Actor, Paul Douglas, was born Paul Douglas Fleischer on Apr 11, 1907 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Douglas died at the age of 52 on Sep 11, 1959 in Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in St Pauls Churchyard Cemetery in London, England.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television.
Clash by Night (1952) – with Barbara Stanwyck andBy Greg Orypeck on May 19, 2016 From Classic Film Freak
Share This! A full-throttle tale of raw passions and gut emotions. Although?Clash by Night?opens like a documentary and has certain characteristics of film noir, it is neither, though their absence is a poor excuse to avoid seeing this somewhat obscure film, well-acted, the script being its weakest ... Read full article
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Monk Lanigan: I know, but the team can't get along without him.
Porter Hollingsway: It's a man's world. Yeah! See something you want, go after it and get it! That's nature. It's why we're made strong and women weak. Strong conquer and provide for the weak. That's what a man's for! Teach our kids that, there'd be more men!
Lora Mae Hollingsway: I've been a good wife. The best wife your money could buy.
Porter Hollingsway: Strictly cash and carry.
Lora Mae Hollingsway: Isn't that what you wanted? Isn't that what you told me? "Out in the open. You made a good deal, kid." Did you every stop to think, Porter, that in over 3 years there's one word we've never said to each other, even in fun?
Porter Hollingsway: To you, I'm a cash register. You can't love a cash register.
Lora Mae Hollingsway: And I'm part of your inventory. You can't love that, either.
Porter Hollingsway: I asked you to marry me because I was crazy about you.
Lora Mae Hollingsway: You didn't even ask me!
Porter Hollingsway: I've been a good husband. You got everything you want.
Lora Mae Hollingsway: If you'd only asked me, if you'd only made me feel like a woman instead of a piece of merchandise!
Porter Hollingsway: Did you give me a chance to? All you ever showed me was your price tag.
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