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Francis Lederer Overview:

Actor, Francis Lederer, was born Frantisek Lederer on Nov 6, 1899 in Prague, Austria-Hungary. [now in Czech Republic]. Lederer died at the age of 100 on May 25, 2000 in Palm Springs, 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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Francis Lederer Quotes:

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Jennie Blake: What? What did you say?
Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal: Look at me, Jennie. You can see me if you try. You can see me in your mind. I can free your soul, Jennie. I can take you from the blackness into the light. Look at me , Jennie. Can you see me now?


Rachel Mayberry: They've found out about Jennie. They're waiting for her.
Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal: O yes? Well let them find her. She has fulfilled her purpose. We shall never be touched. The world shall spin and they all, all shall die. But not we.
Rachel Mayberry: I... I don't know.
Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal: You only fear the unknown. Only this casing, this clumsy flesh stands between you and me. You are already balanced between two worlds. Eternity awaits you now.


Alwa Schön: It's strange how you can get booze on credit but not bread.


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Francis Lederer Facts
He served as an Honorary Mayor of Canoga Park, California for 25 years. He also was a civic leader, helping to develop the arts, education, museums and art galleries in his community.

Began teaching acting (without pay) in 1954.

Served on the board of ANTA (American National Theatre and Academy) and was director of its Academy of Performing Arts.

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