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David Manners Overview:

Actor, David Manners, was born Rauff de Ryther Duan Acklom on Apr 30, 1901 in Halifax, Canada. Manners died at the age of 97 on Dec 23, 1998 in Santa Barbara, CA .

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O Canada blogathon: "Jalna" and its star,

By Caftan Woman on Feb 3, 2016 From Caftan Woman

The second annual O Canada blogathon is underway hosted by Ruth of Silver Screenings and Kristina of Speakeasy. The blogathon runs February 1 - 5. Visit the great white north without leaving home! Day 1 recap. Day 2 recap. It wasn't until a screening on TCM a few years ago that I became aware ... Read full article


The Film Festival: "The Ruling Voice" and "Crooner"

By David on Oct 18, 2012 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

"You can call me Kit, or you can call me Franklin, or you can call me Franklyn, or you can call me Austin ..." Of all the actors who appeared in 1930s movies, (1900-98) was certainly one of them. Today he is best known for playing the straight man in monster movies like "Dracula," "T... Read full article


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David Manners Quotes:

Det. Lt. Sheehan: It's as simple as A-B-C.
Franklyn Drew: Yes it would be if you thought of it.


Franklyn Drew: I've just come from Chalmers' place. He's dead.
Marcia Lane: Chalmers?
Franklyn Drew: Poisoned.
Marcia Lane: You mean murdered?
Franklyn Drew: If it isn't that, it's a good imitation of it.


Sgt. Owen Hilliker: I'm beginnin' to think you're givin' us the razz.
Franklyn Drew: Prove it. You're the detective.


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David Manners Facts
"Manners" is his mother's maiden name.

Once worked at a New York art gallery and served as a cowboy guide out west.

He made four films with Helen Chandler. Two of the films were made at Warner Brothers/First National and one was made at Fox. Their most famous pairing, Dracula (1931), was made at Universal.

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