Ray Erlenborn was a childhood actor – in the 1920s and ’30s – playing Spike in the comedy series “Winnie Winkle” as well as other silent films and in Vaudeville. However, Erlenborn was probably better known for the noises he made rather than his acting. He was a CBS sound effects man from the late 1930s on radio to the late ’70s on television. Erlenborn passed away on 6/4 at the age of 92. According to an LA Times article on the Post-Gazette Mr. Erlenborn provided sound effects for radio shows such as “Suspence,” “Big Town” and “Amos ‘n’ Andy.