John Lund Overview:

Actor, John Lund, was born on Feb 6, 1911 in Rochester, NY. Lund died at the age of 81 on May 10, 1992 in Los Angeles, CA and was cremated and his ashes scattered in unknown location.

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No Man of Her Own (1950) with Barbara Stanwyck and

By Orson De Welles on Apr 14, 2016 From Classic Film Freak

Share This!1950 was a busy year for Barbara Stanwyck as she starred in four films that year.? Among them was No Man of Her Own, what today would be called a ?woman?s picture.?? Or would it?? For the first two thirds of the picture it?s a somber and almost depressing affair (don?t confuse somber and ... Read full article


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John Lund Quotes:

Shalee: It's over. Why go on fighting?
Govern Sturges: I's kind of like a stampede... not much sense to it, but it has to run itself out.
Shalee: Men get trampled in stampedes.
Govern Sturges: Yes, but somebody has got to ride it out.


Al: It's a deal, but you got to understand. Miss Yvonne, this has to be a secret between us. As you French say...
[giving her a nudge]
Al: ..."entrepeneur."


Hale Clinton: You sure got one idea on your mind, Govern. You can't get your mind off that gold, can you?
Govern Sturges: You get your mind on too many things, you wind up with nothin'.


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John Lund Facts
An advertising man in New York City at the time, he was asked by a friend to appear in an industrial show during the 1939 World's Fair. He got hooked and two years later was appearing on Broadway in "As You Like It".

Handsome blond, blue-eyed actor who started out promisingly in engaging romantic leads in the late 40s, but settled quickly into playing stuffed shirts and the third wheel in love triangles.

Wrote the book and lyrics for the Broadway revue "New Faces of 1943."

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