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Actor, John Agar, was born John George Agar on Jan 31, 1921 in Chicago, IL. Agar died at the age of 81 on Apr 7, 2002 in Burbank, CA .

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John Agar Quotes:

Sheriff Jack Andrews: What have you git, Matt?
Dr. Matt Hastings: I don't know, but we've got to keep our mouths shut until we know.


Dr. Roger Bentley: The thing that impresses me most is the complete and utter silence. You can almost hear it.


Joe Cardos: I had a dream last night. A strange dream. I walked to the gallows, and they put the noose around my neck. Dropped the trapdoor. The rope broke, and I -- I fell to the ground. Then the prison bells started to ring. As if to proclaim a miracle had occurred. You see, the, the law says that when something like this happens, the convict's life must be spared. It's considered a sign of Providence. Eh, I guess Providence can't be bothered to perform miracles for my sake. When I woke up, I -- I could still hear the prison bell ringing. Isn't it strange?


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His marriage to actress Shirley Temple started his film career in the 1940s.

The claim that he had done a "pink film" in Denmark was a gag. He starred in Journey to the Seventh Planet (1962), which was shot in Denmark, by writer/producer/director Sidney W. Pink.

In 1972 "Famous Monsters of Filmland" Magazine reported John Agar "Dead"!! Agar lived to autograph several copies of the articles.

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