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Kent Smith Overview:

Actor, Kent Smith, was born Frank Kent Smith on Mar 19, 1907 in New York City, NY. Smith died at the age of 78 on Apr 23, 1985 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and was cremated and his ashes scattered at sea.

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Kent Smith Quotes:

Quanah Parker: But our numbers do not increase. And the Americans are without number... they are like weeds... like drops of rain... no end to them.
Jim Read: The time has come to walk the path of the Americans.
Quanah Parker: This has long been on my mind. The Americans are brave. They know many things. We must learn from them... or the sun will set on us forever.


Jim Read: Oh, that Mexican girl. No harm will come to her?
Quanah Parker: Tawalka and Morning Star will care for her. She's a captive. She belongs to the tribe.


Quanah Parker: I do not think of Americans, only of Comanches... and the children of Comanches... and the children that will come from those children. The Americans are here. They will stay. We cannot drive them out. They will grow strong while we will not. We must learn from them so that our children will not hunger... so they will be warm in winter... so they will strong as the Americans are strong.


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Kent Smith Facts
Appeared with old "University Players" friend Margaret Sullavan in the play "Sweet Love Remembered", which opened on December 28, 1959. Sullavan died on New Year's Day of a sleeping pill overdose. She was replaced briefly by Arlene Francis but the show closed quickly.

Father of a girl by first wife, Betty Gillette.

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