Louis Hayward Overview:

Actor, Louis Hayward, was born Louis Charles Hayward on Mar 19, 1909 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Hayward died at the age of 75 on Feb 21, 1985 in Palm Springs, CA and was cremated and his ashes given to family or friend.

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He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television.

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Repeat Performance (1947) with and Joan Leslie

By Orson De Welles on May 7, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! Time Stopped in Its Tracks….When She Pulled the Trigger! Released by Eagle-Lion Films, a short lived studio of the late 1940s, Repeat Performance is among their first films. Though there are those that would object to labeling Eagle-Lion a Poverty Row studio (which according to the... Read full article


Repeat Performance (1947) with and Joan Leslie

By Orson De Welles on May 7, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! Time Stopped in Its Tracks….When She Pulled the Trigger! Released by Eagle-Lion Films, a short lived studio of the late 1940s, Repeat Performance is among their first films. Though there are those that would object to labeling Eagle-Lion a Poverty Row studio (which according to the... Read full article


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Louis Hayward Quotes:

Edmund Dantes Jr.: [to Gurko Lanen] I fear your fall will be as spectacular as your rise!


Capt. Peter Blood: It's another kind of surgery I'll be performing tonight, Mr. Fairfax.
George Fairfax: Look to your own wounds, Doctor Peter Blood.
Capt. Peter Blood: I will.


Isabelita Sotomayor: [in response to Captain Blood throwing away a pearl] How clumsy of you, peddler.
Capt. Peter Blood: Forgive my hands, Senorita. They are not accustomed to pearls.
Isabelita Sotomayor: Perhaps you would appreciate them more if you were to dive for one yourself.
Capt. Peter Blood: Perhaps.


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Louis Hayward Facts
While a Captain in the Marine Corps (of the photographic section) he and his unit filmed the Battle of Tarawa. It was the first time in the history of amphibious warfare that photographers had landed to take a beachhead with the initial assault waves. The battle was one of the bloodiest in Marine history - - three days of fighting cost the Marines nearly 3,000 casualties. Over 4,500 Japanese were killed. The carnage Capt. Hayward saw would lead to depression and a complete physical collapse.

One son, Dana, with third wife, June Hanson. Dana died in January 2007.

In 1938 he became the first of many actors to portray the character of Simon Templar, the Saint.

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