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Lyle Bettger Overview:

Character actor, Lyle Bettger, was born on Feb 13, 1915 in Philadelphia, PA. Bettger died at the age of 88 on Sep 24, 2003 in Atascadero, CA .

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Lyle Bettger Quotes:

Lorna Murchison: You will let my father go, won't you?
Joe Beacom: [Flippantly] Why should I hurt the old boy or you, Cookie? I don't bit the hand that feeds me a hundred grand.


Marge Wrighter: Gonna send that kid home, aren't you, Joe? I mean after we collect.
Joe Beacom: She'll go home... they ever fish her out of the river. Let's have the coffee, huh?


Frank Colloni: Would you mind taking off your dress?
Willie: Sometimes there are phrases in English I do not understand. Did you ask me to take my dress off?
Frank Colloni: Afraid of me?
Willie: I'm not afraid of anyone!
[Willy removes her dress and strikes a pose]
Willie: Well?
Frank Colloni: You know what I was thinking?
Willie: Probably.
Frank Colloni: You're wrong. I've been thinking lately the act might go better if I had a partner. That's all. It's just an idea.


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Lyle Bettger Facts
Attended The Haverford School, a standout in the Dramatics Club at this prestigious main line Pennsylvania prep school with classmate Bill Haskell, dad of L.A. actor-narrator Christopher. Graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1937.

He had three children: Lyle Jr., Frank and Paula.

He met his wife, radio and stage actress Mary Rolfe, while both studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. They appeared together in the Broadway play "Dance Night" in 1938 and married two years later.

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