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Actor, Jeffrey Lynn, was born Ragnar Godfrey Lind on Feb 16, 1909 in Auburn, MA. Lynn died at the age of 86 on Nov 24, 1995 in Burbank, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.



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Jeffrey Lynn Quotes:

Jim Conwoy: What's the idea of taking me to a tailor like that?
Tito: I knew him long time ago when he was a butcher.
Jim Conwoy: He still *is!*

Lance Hardeen: One thing about being a crook. You can spot another crook at fifty paces.

Jersey Brady: There ain't no permanence in this business. You just begin to like somebody and he turns up dead.
Lance Hardeen: You can lose a lot of people you don't like that way, too.

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Jeffrey Lynn Facts
Tested (with Paulette Goddard) for the role of Ashley Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939) but didn't get it.

Served as his unit's Intelligence Officer in WWII. Occasionally played bartender in his unit's Officers's Club, introducing many young airmen to their first martini.

Handsome, pleasant dark-haired leading man of WWII films who typically played young husband, boyfriend or recruit. His film career was fatally interrupted by military service and in post-war years sought work on stage and TV.

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