Actor, Gene Barry, was born Eugene Klass on Jun 14, 1919 in New York City, NY. Barry died at the age of 90 on Dec 9, 2009 in Woodland Hills, CA .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Live Performance.
The War of the Worlds (1953) withBy Greg Orypeck on Jan 8, 2014 From Classic Film Freak
Share This! ?If they?re mortal, they must have mortal weaknesses. They?ll be stopped, somehow.??? The original version of The War of the Worlds was a product of the horror/science fiction films of the 1950s following World War II and expressing latent fears of the hydrogen bomb and Russi... Read full article
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Carol Flemming: Don't bother to undress. You're sleeping in the guest room. I've turned down the bed.
Dr. Ray Flemming: Carol...
Carol Flemming: I think you should know I'm calling my lawyers in the morning.
Dr. Ray Flemming: It's been a long day. Do we have to start on that again?
Carol Flemming: You'll have to indulge me just this one last time, dearie. It's lucky for you I'm too well-bred to throw a tantrum.
Dr. Ray Flemming: All right. Fire away.
Eve Wingate: Maybe people really aren't worth saving.
Jonathan Clark: I don't know, a lot of them are nice.
Lt. Columbo: What'd you say, Doc?
Dr. Ray Flemming: [laughs] You're a very funny man.
Lt. Columbo: I wasn't trying to be funny.
Dr. Ray Flemming: But you are, and more than you know.
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