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Actor, Hugh Beaumont, was born Eugene Hugh Beaumont on Feb 16, 1909 in Lawrence, KS. Beaumont died at the age of 73 on May 14, 1982 in Munich, Germany .

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Doc, Police Criminologist: They're a lot of nice people running around, Doc.
Police Sgt. Mickey Ferguson: Yep, Mickey. You know, they're only two kinds of animals that make war on their own kind - rats and men... and men are supposed to be able to think.
Police Sgt. Mickey Ferguson: I think you've got something there, Doc.


Gregory Ward: No, that room made her happy in some strange way I couldn't understand. She lived in a world of her own fancy. She didn't always tell the truth. In fact, I'm afraid she didn't know what the truth was.


Gregory Ward: I love your sister, Mary. I love her very much. It's easy to understand now isn't it? A man would look for her anywhere Mary. There's something... exciting and unforgettable about Jacqueline. Something you never... quite get hold of. Something that keeps a man following after her.
Mary Gibson: Because I loved Jacqueline I thought I knew her. Today I found out such strange things, frightening things. I saw a hangman's noose that Jacqueline had hanging... waiting.
Gregory Ward: Well, at least I can explain about that. Your sister had a feeling about life; that it wasn't worth living unless one could end it. I helped her get that rope.


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Attended and played football at the University of Chattanooga in Tennessee, but left when his position on the football team was changed. He later attended the University of Southern California (USC), and graduated with a Master of Theology degree.

A devout Methodist, he originally studied for the clergy but eventually switched to acting, remaining busy as a lay minister, however, throughout his acting career.

Also writing and directing several episodes of his famous series "Leave It to Beaver" (1957), including the final, retrospective episode, "Family Scrapbook", his portrayal of Ward Cleaver ranked #28 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" in the June 20, 2004, issue.

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