Actor, Charles Farrell, was born on Aug 9, 1900 in Onset Bay, MA. Farrell died at the age of 89 on May 6, 1990 in Palm Springs, CA and was laid to rest in Welwood Murray Cemetery in Palm Springs, Riverside County, CA.
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He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Motion Pictures.
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Peter Piper: See you consequently!
Penny Hale: Why is everything so mixed up?
Jeff Hale: Well, maybe this picture will help you understand.
[showing her a political cartoon of Uncle Sam in the newspaper]
Jeff Hale: You see all these people? They're all pulling on this one poor fellow.
Penny Hale: What has he done?
Jeff Hale: He's done everything he can, and it still isn't enough. He gives and he gives, and he tries to make everything right.
Penny Hale: Is he the president?
Jeff Hale: He's greater than the president. He's the most important man in the whole country, maybe in the world.
Penny Hale: Why doesn't somebody try to help Uncle Sam instead of pulling on him?
Jeff Hale: Lots of us try.
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