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Donald Woods Overview:

Actor, Donald Woods, was born Ralph L. Zink on Dec 2, 1906 in Brandon, Canada. Woods died at the age of 91 on Mar 5, 1998 in Palm Springs, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn (Cathedral City) Cemetery in Cathedral City, 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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Donald Woods Quotes:

Chief Inspector James Nelson NYPD: Mr. Chan?
Charlie Chan: That is humble name.
Chief Inspector James Nelson NYPD: I'm Inspector Nelson, Mr. Chan. Greetings from New York's Finest. The bigwigs expect you to tear a duck apart with 'em tonight.
Charlie Chan: So sorry, come again please?
Speed Patten, Reporter New York Bulletin: You'll have to excuse the inspector's English, Mr. Chan. He's a Brooklyn immigrant.


Tony Sterling: [to Izzy seeing other reporters on the scene before them] Look! Those mothers beat us to it!


Van Allen: Oh Cy, where are you?
Cyrus Zorba: Explaining how man survived the Pleistocene age.
Van Allen: How did he? And why?
Van Allen: All you have to do is find Elaine Zacharides.
Cyrus Zorba: I don't have to find her. She's the housekeeper.


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Wife Jo was his college sweetheart. They were the parents of two: Linda and Conrad. Conrad became a tennis pro and modern painter.

Pleasant, boyish leading man of the 1930s who later moved into mature character roles. Played Perry Mason in one of a series of Warner Brothers B pictures.

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