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Forrest Tucker Overview:

Actor, Forrest Tucker, was born Forrest Meredith Tucker on Feb 12, 1919 in Plainfield, IN. Tucker died at the age of 67 on Oct 25, 1986 in Woodland Hills, CA .

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

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Forrest Tucker Quotes:

Sgt. Vinson: I need a six-foot hole dug. Any volunteers?
Pvt. McGurney: Don't look at me, Sergeant. I'm too overcome with grief.
Pvt. Pendelton: Well, I certainly can't do that!
Pvt. Collins: All right, I'll be the goat. Half the tobacco?
Pvt. McGurney: Collins, three feet will be plenty. He was only half a man.


Hetty Hutter: Then you're not sure then that the Hurons will give him up.
Deerslayer: Well, that depends upon what they want most: Old Tom or the scalps of their dead.
Harry March: What makes you think they want them scalps at all?
Deerslayer: Well, all Indians are superstitious, Hurons more than most. They believe that the spirit of the scalped warrior can never rest until the scalp is reclaimed.
Harry March: And then you can't go to the Happy Hunting Grounds without your hair on, huh?


Frank Reno: [Riding up moments after watching Barlow flirting with Laura Reno] You aimin' on gettin' yourself killed?
James Barlow: On the contrary. I was just planning my future.
Frank Reno: I don't like you, Barlow. Don't like you a'tall. But I admire guts.


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Father of Brooke Tucker.

In the mid-1970s, Tucker toured with the Roy Radin Vaudeville Revue, a variety show in which he was featured telling Irish tales and singing Irish folk songs. Theatrical producer Roy Radin was later the victim in the so-called "Cotton Club Murder." Movie producer Robert Evans, who was producing The Cotton Club (1984) at the time of his brutal killing, had been in contact with Radin as a potential investor in the film.

Best remembered by the public for his starring role as Sgt. Morgan O'Rourke on the western spoof "F Troop" (1965).

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