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Dan Duryea Overview:

Actor, Dan Duryea, was born on Jan 23, 1907 in White Plains, NY. Duryea died at the age of 61 on Jun 7, 1968 in Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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Black Angel (1946) with

By Orson De Welles on Feb 19, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! Duryea! …that fascinating tough-guy of “Scarlet Street”! If one was to toss out the name Roy William Neill most would shrug and rightfully claim ignorance of the man in question. A smaller subset would know Neill as the director of most all of the Universal Sherlock Hol... Read full article


The Bad-Good Good-Bad Guy: in The Underworld Story

By Mark on Mar 27, 2014 From Where Danger Lives

Nobody could deliver a line quite like . My favorite comes in 1949’s Manhandled, when his slimy, gum-chewing private detective brags, “You’re not talking to a cluck Charlie. You’re talking to a guy who knows all the angles.” It wasn’t his wittiest line, ... Read full article


Most Affable Thug: (1)

By Beth Daniels on Jan 28, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Not Terrifying. Not Terrific. Too Late for Tears (1949) What a silly, silly movie this is. Imagine if Patty McCormack's Rhoda Penmark from The Bad Seed grew up, got married, and started missing that penmanship medal. Maybe I'd been spoiled by the three Mexican pictures at Noir City 12 last Sat... Read full article


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Dan Duryea Quotes:

Catherine Harris: Did you ever rob graves, Mr. Reese?
Mike Reese: No future in it.


Lola Montez: How did you know I was on that stage?
Charles E. Boles: Very simple. There's posters of you from here to the Mexican border.
Lola Montez: Is that why you chose to rob that particular stage? Because I was on it?
Charles E. Boles: Well, the $10,000 they were carrying didn't keep me away, either.


Jane Palmer: Did you notice where the liquor was when you went through my kitchen?
Danny Fuller: Sure!
Jane Palmer: Go make us a drink.
Danny Fuller: Stallin' honey?
Jane Palmer: What do I call you besides 'Stupid?'
Danny Fuller: [Chuckles] Stupid'll do if you don't bruise easily. Otherwise you might try Danny.


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Father of actor Peter Duryea.

While working on the stage in New York City, Duryea made his film debut in an uncredited bit in El tango en Broadway (1934); about 33 minutes into the film, he asks Laurita to dance, and a few moments later, brings her back to her table and thanks her. Even though the film is primarily Spanish speaking, all his dialogue is in English, since the scene takes place at a New York City nightclub.

Father of Richard Duryea, born July 14, 1942.

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