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Dean Stockwell Overview:

Legendary actor, Dean Stockwell, was born Robert Dean Stockwell on Mar 5, 1936 in Hollywood, CA. As of December 2013, Dean Stockwell was 77 years old.

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Although Stockwell was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

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

TOP CMH FAN-RATED MOVIES include:

Long Day's Journey Into Night, Sons and Lovers, The Valley of Decision, The Secret Garden, Anchors Aweigh, Home, Sweet Homicide, Deep Waters, Song of the Thin Man, Kim and Compulsion.

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Wednesday's Child:

By Beth Daniels on Oct 16, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born Robert , March 5, 1936 The handsome murderer in COMPULSION This Kid's Nearly 80 I realize it's Thursday, but this particular Wednesday's Child is not full of woe, but has come far and clearly has far to go. is one of my favorite... Read full article


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Dean Stockwell Film Quotes
Dave: Reality is a deadly place. I hope this trip is a good one.
-- From Psych-Out

Phil Green: Some people hate Catholics, some people hate Jews.
Tommy Green: And no one hates us because we're Americans.

[last lines]
Chorus: [singing] Anchors Aweigh, my boys, Anchors Aweigh.
Chorus, Donald Martin: [singing] Farewell to college joys, we sail at break of day.
Chorus: [singing] Through our last night on shore, drink to the foam. / Until we meet once more, here's wishing you a happy voyage home. / Anchors Aweigh.

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Dean Stockwell Facts
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Saturday, February 29th, 1992. Fans of "Quantum Leap" (1989) organized this Leap Day ceremony.

The first person to win two Acting Awards at the Cannes Film Festival, but he had to share both of his awards with his co-stars.

His father was an actor/singer whose greatest claim to fame was supplying the speaking and singing voice for Prince Charming in Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).

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