Dick York Overview:

Character actor, Dick York, was born Richard Allen York on Sep 4, 1928 in Fort Wayne, IN. York died at the age of 63 on Feb 20, 1992 in Grand Rapids, MI .



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Rachel Brown: [addressing the court about the Stebbeins boy] He went swimming in the river with the other boys, he got a cramp and drowned. At the funeral, my father said that Tommy's soul couldn't pass on to Heaven.
Bertram T. Cates: Tell them what your father really said, that Tommy's soul was damned and burning in hellfire! Religion is supposed to comfort people, not scare them to death!

Bertram T. Cates: [to Rachel] It's your father's church or our house, you can't live in both.

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Dick York Facts
Started a charity called "Acting for Life". He spent most of his time on the telephone raising money for the homeless and getting people to donate food and clothing.

His very revealing autobiography is entitled "The Seesaw Girl and Me".

Director Stanley Kramer allowed Dick to write his first scene in the movie Inherit the Wind (1960), in which his character, educator Bertram Cates, goes on trial for teaching his students Darwin's theory of evolution. This was his last film role. He subsequently concentrated on TV.

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