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Character actor, Henry Jones, was born Henry Burk Jones on Aug 1, 1912 in Philadelphia, PA. His best known films include The Bad Seed, Vertigo, and Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter. Jones died at the age of 86 on May 17, 1999 in Los Angeles, CA .

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Henry Jones is a short, roly-poly American actor who could just as easily be meek or malevolent, henpecked or horrible -- stealing scenes in a variety of colorful roles.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).

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Henry Jackson: We are gathered here today to consign the mortal remains of Millard Frymore... or whatever his name really was. I ain't really got a whole lot to say about Millard because he only rode amongst us two days ago, and was promptly struck down by whatever deadly disease it was struck him down. We can only hope that whatever deadly disease it was, it wasn't particularly contagious. And with that in mind, I suggest we all bow our heads in devout prayer.


Henry Jackson: I'd like to remind everyone we're here to consign the remains of Millard Frymore.
Fred Johnson: It's gold, Henry.
Henry Jackson: Gold?
Fred Johnson: Down there in the grave.
Henry Jackson: Well, let's get this coffin out of the way and have a look.


Coroner: He did nothing. The law has little to say on things left undone.


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He was a favorite of Alfred Hitchcock.

Jones amassed a considerable stage resume. He was active on Broadway as early as 1931, working there rather infrequently until late 1938 when his appearance there began to increase. He continued to appear on Broadway in numerous hit productions ("My Sister Eileen," "The Solid Gold Cadillac," "The Bad Seed," "Sunrise at Campobello," and "Advise and Consent") until 1961 when he moved into film and TV work exclusively.

Won Broadway's 1958 Tony Award for Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic) for "Sunrise at Campobello."

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