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Luther Adler Overview:

Character actor, Luther Adler, was born Lutha Adler on May 4, 1903 in New York City, NY. Adler appeared in over 60 film and TV roles. His best known films include Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, D.O.A., M, and The Last Angry Man. Adler died at the age of 81 on Dec 8, 1984 in Kutztown, PA and was laid to rest in New Mount Carmel Cemetery in Glendale, NY.

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A distinguished stage actor, Luther Adler, hailed from a famous acting family. His squat build, olive complexion and heavy-jowled features consigned him mainly to roles as oily villains and kings of the underworld. His film appearances were surprisingly few, although he did crop up on TV's Hawaii Five-O in the 1970s with another of his unctuous crime czars. His second marriage was to actress Sylvia Sidney from 1938 to 1946. He played Hitler twice.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Stars).

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Luther Adler Quotes:

Louis Bork: I would hate to think I've been double-crossed by a tinhorn crook. That would hurt my pride.


Adolf Hitler: Where's Goering?
Staff Member: He's on his way.
Adolf Hitler: Well, when you are fat you don't move so fast.
[laughter]


Majak: He's not afraid. You can tell from a man's eyes when he is afraid. Look at his eyes.


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He has an entry in Jean Tulard's 'Dictionnaire du Cinéma/Les Acteurs' published in Paris in 2007 by Robert Laffont/Bouquins (pg. 12).

One of six children of Jacob P. Adler

Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume One, 1981-1985, pages 7-9. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998.

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