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Jay Silverheels Overview:

Actor, Jay Silverheels, was born Harold J. Smith on May 26, 1912 in Six Nations Reservation, Brantford. Silverheels died at the age of 67 on Mar 5, 1980 in Woodland 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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Coatl: I think of what you do for me in Spain. I think I speak to you now. Maybe I understand better why you come here. This is my country, senor. These are my people, my gods. We not come tell you to stop loving your gods. We not come to make you slaves. Why do you do this, senor?
Pedro De Vargas: Well, I'm afraid I haven't any answer for that. It isn't right for men to worship idols. There's only one true God.
Coatl: Maybe your God and my God same God. Maybe we just call him by different names.


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U.S. government records give Silverheels' birthdate as 26 June 1912, though virtually all cinema reference works disagree, giving instead the 1919 date listed here.

Was a full-blooded Mohawk Indian, the son of a chief.

On "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962), Silverheels told Johnny Carson that he had married his Italian wife to "get back at Christopher Columbus". They called their children "Indalions".

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