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Actor, Aldo Ray, was born Aldo DaRe on Sep 25, 1926 in Pen Argyl, PA. Ray died at the age of 64 on Mar 27, 1991 in Martinez, CA .

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By Terry on Oct 1, 2015 From Stardust and Shadows

I recently facinated viewed gruff speaking in ?pseudo noir picture NIGHTFALL (1957) Directed by Jacques Tourneur . The way this fellow moved with economy of motion, stood tall, and what was so important in pictures of that day is that he wore his clothes well. Ray never actually played foot... Read full article


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Bill Thompson: I'm gonna' pull a switch and light up the whole world!


Sgt. O'Hara: There's enough sweat in the South Pacific to float a battleship.


Albert: If crime showed on a man's face, there wouldn't be any mirrors.


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His brother, Mario DaRe, appeared on "You Bet Your Life" (1950) in 1954.

In preparation for his first major role in The Marrying Kind (1952), director George Cukor recommended that he go to ballet school because he walked too much like a football player.

Biography in: American National Biography. Supplement 1, pp. 504-505. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.

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