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John Litel Overview:

Actor, John Litel, was born John Beach Litel on Dec 30, 1892 in Albany, WI. Litel died at the age of 79 on Feb 3, 1972 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles .

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John Litel Quotes:

Carson Drew: Those men are not going to stand for Nancy Drew poking her little nose into their affairs.


Jeffrey Moore: Well, keep on talking. I'm interested in what you have to say.
Michael Lynn: I've got plenty to say. You're pretty smug, Moore - making that great talk over the radio! You're for the people? I'll say you are - for what you can get out of them! Talk about the 5th Column! You've invented a new one - the 6th Column! You've fooled one of the most important items for our morale! You stand behind the flag, cheating the people! Racketeering babies! They ought to hang you for treason and they will! You might get me, Moore, but you'll never get 130 million people! 130 million people that hate you and everything you stand for!


Patrick Henry: Better a glorious death, Peyton, than an inglorious life.


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John Litel Facts
Portrayed a number of famous historical figures in several Warner Bros. shorts during his long career, including Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson and Robert E. Lee. The film Give Me Liberty (1936) with Litel as Henry won an Academy Award for best short. In it he managed to recite a long and complicated speech in one take. His short film on Jefferson entitled The Declaration of Independence (1938) also won an Oscar.

Retired in 1967 due to ill health.

50s TV Sitcom fans will remember him as Bob Cummings' boss Mr. Thackery in "My Hero" (1952).

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