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Actor, Doug McClure, was born Douglas Osborne McClure on May 11, 1935 in Glendale, CA. McClure died at the age of 59 on Feb 5, 1995 in Sherman Oaks, CA .



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

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Doug McClure Quotes:

[the Zachary's are trapped inside the house]
Andy Zachary: The only thing I hate is I never got to go to Wichita and have me...
[pauses and looks at Ma]
Andy Zachary: ...that glass of beer.

Lt. Johnson: Mr. Anderson, if you can sit in the middle of this war and not get touched, I congratulate you.

Lt. Brian Fleming: [after receiving twenty lashes] You might have warned me flogger Flowers would take delight in having an officer under his cat.

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Doug McClure Facts
Along with Troy Donahue, he was the inspiration for the "Troy McClure" character on "The Simpsons" (1989).

Played the Errol Flynn role in a re-make of Against All Flags (1952) titled The King's Pirate (1967). Ironically, both men died prematurely: Flynn at age 50 and McClure at age 59.

Ex-father-in-law of Jonathan Cain.

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