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Jack Haley Overview:

Legendary actor, Jack Haley, was born John Joseph Haley Jr. on Aug 10, 1898 in Boston, MA. Haley died at the age of 80 on Jun 6, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, Los Angeles County, CA.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Radio. Haley was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Jack Haley Quotes:

Murkil: Would you care for the last cup of coffee, sir?
Albert Tuttle: Yes, I would. What kind of coffee is this? You know, there are two classes of coffee, Murkil. There's the percolated and there's the drip.
Murkil: This is percolated.
Albert Tuttle: Sorry, I'm a drip.


Steve Kimball: You take a bunch of boys and a bunch of girls... together... fooling around, and the first thing you know you've got... well, uh, you've got... complications.


Jerry Dolan: I love a military man!
Barbara Barry: I love a military man!
Jimmy Dolan: I love a military... nurse!


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Jack Haley Facts
He reprised his original Broadway role in "Follow Thru" in the film version (Follow Thru (1930). He also appeared in the play "Higher and Higher" and its film version Higher and Higher (1943), although the score of the show was almost completely replaced with new songs and Haley played a different role in the film.

Haley's last public appearance, just a few weeks before his death, was at the 1979 Academy Awards, co-presenting an award with his old friend and The Wizard of Oz (1939) co-star Ray Bolger.

Son Jack Haley Jr. passed away in 2001.

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