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Fred Clark Overview:

Character actor, Fred Clark, was born Frederic Leonard Clark on Mar 19, 1914 in Lincoln, CA. Clark died at the age of 54 on Dec 5, 1968 in Santa Monica, 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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Day Twenty-Seven of Noirvember: Unlikely Film Noir Folks —

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 27, 2018 From Shadows and Satin

The other day I saw a post on Facebook with a picture of that described him as ?the immortal film noir actor.? One member of the group responded that ?he was never noir,? and a quite a little brouhaha ensued ? to which, I admit, I briefly contributed. In thinking about it later, though, I... Read full article


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Fred Clark Quotes:

Wally Cook: Oh, come on, Oliver, where's your sense of humor?
Oliver Stone: [after she laughs] You were going to marry him. He would have done to you what he did to the paper.
[she stops laughing]
Wally Cook: [angrily] Why that two-timing little fraud!
Oliver Stone: Where's YOUR sense of humor?


Dwight Babcock: For nine years, Mame Dennis Burnside, I have done everything in my power to protect this boy from your idiotic, cockeyed nincompoopery.


Betty Schaefer: Oh, I'm sorry, Mr. Gillis, but I just didn't think it was any good. I found it flat and trite.
Joe Gillis: Exactly what kind of material do you recommend? James Joyce? Dostoyevsky?
Betty Schaefer: I just think that pictures should say a little something.
Joe Gillis: Oh, one of the message kids. Just a story won't do. You'd have turned down Gone With the Wind.
Sheldrake: No, that was me. I said, "Who wants to see a Civil War picture?"


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Fred Clark Facts
Character actor seen in many movies and TV shows. Notable as the stuffy executor of Auntie Mame's brother's will in "Auntie Mame".

Infrequently appeared on Broadway from 1938-64.

Graduate of Stanford University with a B.A. in Psychology.

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