Hugh O'Brian Overview:

Actor, Hugh O'Brian, was born Hugh Charles Krampe on Apr 19, 1925 in Rochester, NY. O'Brian died at the age of 91 on Sep 5, 2016 in Beverly Hills, 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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By The Metzinger Sisters on Jun 28, 2017 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Back in 1958, , the handsome star of the popular western television series Wyatt Earp received a cable from Dr. Albert Schweitzer, a renowned humanitarian who was currently working in a hospital he built on the banks of the Ogooue River in French Equatorial Africa. The message simply rea... Read full article


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Hugh O'Brian Quotes:

Margot Eliot: What do I like about you?
Hank Walker: You want me to tell you? Or show you?


Clay Gipson: Do you really think Tris Hatten's dead?
Sheriff Wade Addams: He's supposed to be, according to the legend. Of course, that legend's as phony as a brass good piece. It's the worst kind of killer that would shoot a man in the back just as soon as look at him. I kinda hope he's dead.


Mize: Those dime novels which do nothing but glorify their subjects are a thing of the past, Mr. Earp. Now, my publisher wants the facts behind the legend; the real Wyatt Earp, warts and all, Mr. Marshal.
Marshal Wyatt Earp: I don't know that warts is how I want to be remembered, Mr. Mize.


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Hugh O'Brian Facts
One of the first celebrities to frontline tours of Vietnam at the request of the State Department, Hugh once staged and directed a company of "Guys and Dolls" which toured Vietnam, Thailand and Japan for the troops.

Developed a friendship with Marilyn Monroe after the two co-starred in There's No Business Like Show Business (1954).

Was the last person killed on screen by John Wayne, in The Shootist (1976).

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