Legendary actor, Jack Palance, was born Volodymyr Palanyuk on Feb 18, 1919 in Lattimer Mines, PA. Palance died at the age of 87 on Nov 10, 2006 in Montecito, CA and was cremated and his ashes given to family or friend.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Jack Palance was nominated for three Academy Awards, winning one for Best Supporting Actor for City Slickers (as Curly) in 1991.
|1952||Best Supporting Actor||Sudden Fear (1952)||Lester Blaine||Nominated|
|1953||Best Supporting Actor||Shane (1953)||Wilson||Nominated|
|1991||Best Supporting Actor||City Slickers (1991)||Curly||Won|
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Jesus Raza: Where did the bullet bite you?
Bill Dolworth: In the ass. You?
Jesus Raza: [looking at the bullet wound in his thigh] Oh, another two inches, mamacita!
[after being rejected for a romantic role because of his looks]
Lester Blaine: Miss Hudson, in your own native city of San Francisco, there's an art gallery in the Legion of Honor in which there's an oil painting of Casanova. It's quite obvious that you have never seen this painting. For your information, Miss Hudson, this is what Casanova looked like. He had big ears, a scar over one eye, a broken nose, and a wart on his chin, right here. I suggest, Miss Hudson, that when you return to San Francisco, you visit this gallery and see this painting!
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