Michael Rennie Overview:

Actor, Michael Rennie, was born Eric Alexander Rennie on Aug 25, 1909 in Bradford, Yorkshire. Rennie died at the age of 61 on Jun 10, 1971 in Harrogate, Yorkshire and was laid to rest in Harlow Hill Cemetery in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England.



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Michael Rennie Quotes:

Helen: I thought you were...
Klaatu: I was.

Reporter: I suppose you are just as scared as the rest of us.
Klaatu: In a different way, perhaps. I am fearful when I see people substituting fear for reason.

Klaatu: I won't resort to threats, Mr. Harley. I merely tell you the future of your planet is at stake.

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Michael Rennie Facts
Graduated from The Leys (a private school in the city of Cambridge). Despite his lean build, he excelled in sports (rowing, fencing, cricket, boxing, wrestling, swimming).

Close friends during his 20th Century-Fox years with Tyrone Power and appeared in a few of his pictures, including The Black Rose (1950) and I'll Never Forget You (1951).

Appeared in The 13th Letter (1951) for director Otto Preminger, who later named Rennie as a third party to his counter-suit of adultery against his wife during divorce proceedings in 1958.

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