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Character actor, Frank Puglia, was born on Mar 9, 1892 in Sicily, Italy. Puglia died at the age of 83 on Oct 25, 1975 in South Pasadena, CA .

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By Caftan Woman on Jan 15, 2010 From Caftan Woman

March 9, 1892 - October 25, 1975 was born in Sicily and began his theatrical career at 15 years of age when he joined an opera company. Emigrating to the United States in 1907 he appeared in Italian language theatrical productions and learned his English from newspapers. D.... Read full article


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Frank Puglia Quotes:

Dr. Leonardo: [as Ymir is regaining consciousness] Miserea cordia!


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Don José Vargas: Here they come, these Americanos and their covered wagons. Pedro, the days of the Dons are numbered.


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Dr. Judson Uhl: Why is it always, always so costly for Man to move from the present to the future?


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Frank Puglia Facts
Claimed to have learned English primarily from reading the newspapers.

Originally cast as Bonasera the undertaker in 'The Godfather' (1972) , but illness forced him to withdraw from the role shortly before shooting began. He was replaced by Salvatore Corsitto.

Had a memorable bit as a Morroccan rug merchant who marks down prices to friends of Rick (Humphrey Bogart) in the classic film Casablanca (1942).

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