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Dean Jones Overview:

Legendary actor, Dean Jones, was born Dean Carroll Jones on Jan 25, 1931 in Decatur, AL. Jones died at the age of 84 on Sep 1, 2015 in Los Angeles, CA .

HONORS and AWARDS:

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On November 30, 1995, Jones received the Disney Legends Award for living up to the Disney principals of imagination, skill, discipline, craftsmanship and magic. Jones was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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By Rick29 on Jul 31, 2017 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

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Dean Jones Quotes:

Patti Randall: [accent] This is Daphne Hofstedder speaking, of Hofstedder's Jewelry Store, 1833 West Mapleton Avenue.
Zeke Kelso: Yes, Miss Hofstedder, how may I help you?
Patti Randall: [accent] I heard you were looking for information, concerning a certain watch.
Zeke Kelso: Yes, we are.
Patti Randall: [accent] Well, a couple of weeks ago, a woman came into the shop, to buy a band, for her watch. Uh, what was the name? Oh, Miss Margaret Miller.
Zeke Kelso: Margaret Miller? Will you describe this band you sold to Miss Miller?
Patti Randall: [accent] Seventeen jewels, rather rectangular shaped, with raised filigree... things on the face.
Zeke Kelso: Rectangular with raised filigree. Miss Hofstedder, may I ask why you haven't come forward earlier, with this information?
Patti Randall: [accent] Well, I was away on my holiday... to Mexico... on a bus.
Zeke Kelso: Will you be in town, Miss Hofstedder?
Patti Randall: [accent] Yes. I'll be here anytime you want to talk to me, on the phone.
Zeke Kelso: Thank you very much for your information. Goodbye.
[Zeke Kelso then hung up telephone]


[Thorndyke kicks not-yet-named "Herbie" the little white car in his shop]
Jim Douglas: What's that for?
Mr. Thorndyke: I beg your pardon!
Jim Douglas: Well, why don't you let the little car alone?
Mr. Thorndyke: Are you presuming to tell me what to do in my own establishment?
Jim Douglas: Ok, I'm out of line. It just bugs me to see somebody abusing a decent piece of machinery.


Carole: I wonder if your reputation is altogether true.
Jim Douglas: What's my reputation?
Carole: Well, I've heard that Jim Douglas is only interested in fast cars and easy money.
Jim Douglas: Not true.
Carole: Oh.
Jim Douglas: Mm-hmm. You know something else?
Carole: What?
Jim Douglas: When the light hits you just right, you're as beautiful as General Grant on a $50 bill.


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