John Agar Overview:

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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Stephanie 'Steve' Clayton: What does it look like?
Dr. Matt Hastings: Oh, like something from another life scienc... quiet, yet strangely evil as if it were hiding its secrets from man.
Stephanie 'Steve' Clayton: You make it sound so creepy.
Dr. Matt Hastings: The unknown always is.


[During the night the squad is guarding a trenchline amid word that the Japanese may launch an attack. From out of the night a faint voice can be heard calling "Corpsman."]
Pfc. Benny Regazzi: [his voice hushed] Stryker!
Sgt. Stryker: [hushed] Get down! Stay down! You have your orders, don't move!
Pfc. Peter Conway: [hushed] There's somebody wounded out there. Let's go get him!
Sgt. Stryker: Stay down, it might be a Jap trick, they pulled it off plenty of times at Guadalcanal.
Pfc. Peter Conway: That doesn't sound like a Jap to me!
Sgt. Stryker: I don't care what it sounds like to you! You stick your head up, you'll tip our position.
[the voice resumes, and now we can recognize it]
Pfc. Charlie Bass: [unseen in the night] Stryker!
Pfc. Peter Conway: That's Bass. How many Japs know your name, Stryker?


Dr. Jud Bellamin: [Sarcastically] Why don't we just give up and apply for Sumerian citizenship?
Dr. Roger Bentley: I don't like mushrooms.
Dr. Jud Bellamin: Last night we had cave rat for dinner.


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John Agar Facts
Father, with Shirley Temple, of daughter Linda Susan Agar (born on January 30, 1948).

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.

He has an entry in Jean Tulard's "Dictionnaire du cinéma/Les acteurs" published in Paris in 2007 by RobertLaffont/Bouquins (page 14).

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