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Lloyd Bridges Overview:

Legendary actor, Lloyd Bridges, was born Lloyd Vernet Bridges Jr. on Jan 15, 1913 in San Leandro, CA. Bridges died at the age of 85 on Mar 10, 1998 in Los Angeles, CA and was cremated and his ashes given to family or friend.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television. Bridges was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Seven Things to Know About

By Rick29 on Feb 9, 2017 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

1. Although first appeared in films in 1936, he didn't make a major impact until High Noon in 1952. He played a key supporting role as deputy Harvey Pell, who refuses to stand with Gary Cooper's heroic lawman against the Miller Gang. He resigns because the recently-married Coop won't s... Read full article


Seven Things to Know About

By Rick29 on Feb 9, 2017 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

1. Although first appeared in films in 1936, he didn't make a major impact until High Noon in 1952. He played a key supporting role as deputy Harvey Pell, who refuses to stand with Gary Cooper's heroic lawman against the Miller Gang. He resigns because the recently-married Coop won't s... Read full article


"Movie Crazy," or

By David on Aug 6, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

In the 1932 film "Movie Crazy," pre-code meets pre-pre-code. As small-town boy Harold Hall, Harold Lloyd plays the same sincere, guileless but resourceful character he played in silent films. He's followed his star to Hollywood, where he wants to break into pictures in the worst way. But the peopl... Read full article


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Lloyd Bridges Quotes:

Mr. Hein: [Admonishing his fellow climbers for resting too frequently] To rest is not to conquer.


Jack Roberts [Chs. 1-2]: Hey, what are you guys doing in those Nazi uniforms?
First Nazi: It's time you learned you are working for the Axis.
Second Nazi: You are on a German ship; you are going to be put on a Japanese submarine.
First Nazi: Our captain wishes to pay military respect to our ally. Is your luggage ready?
Phil Corrigan: I think its about time for the United States to take over don't you think, Roberts?


Phil Corrigan: I found out something about this little tub. My only chance now is to win a bet with myself. I'm gambling that you're as good an American as any of the boys who are dying on the battlefield.


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Lloyd Bridges Facts
Was considered for the role of Captain Kirk on "Star Trek" (1966).

Graduated from Petaluma High School in 1931.

His father, Lloyd Vernet Bridges Sr., was born 1 May 1887 and died on his 75th birthday, the first of May, 1962. His mother Harriet Evelyn Brown (b. 15 Jan 1893) turned 20 the day Lloyd was born.

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