Phillip Terry Overview:

Actor, Phillip Terry, was born Frederick Henry Kormann on Mar 7, 1909 in San Francisco, CA. Terry died at the age of 84 on Feb 23, 1993 in Santa Barbara, CA .

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Dr. Paul Talbot: Well, that's a novelty - you're refusing anything with alcohol in it! I'm not used to seeing you sober this time of day.


Mr. Morton: [refering to handbill about protest rally] In our own printshop! On our own presses! How could this happen?
Printing Teacher: Well like I said, we're understaffed. Not a bad little job, but the spacing could be a little better here...
Mr. Morton: You may go!


[Confronting his alcoholic wife]
Dr. Paul Talbot: It's interesting to watch a "bottle baby" defend her weakness. One thing I can say for you, your approach is always different. Today, it's complete submission. I can't even get a rise out of you. You know, I think I like you better when you're sloppy drunk and violent. That's the real you, and that's the one I like, the one that hates me and gives me a chance to hate back.


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Phillip Terry Facts
While training at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he picked up a strong British accent. Deemed "too British" after being signed by MGM, he trained with vocal coaches and drama teachers in order to lose the accent.

During WWII, he became a licensed pilot and owned a small plane. He could not enlist in the service because of of his extreme near-sightedness and due to knee injuries suffered in an oil field accident when he was younger. He did, however, take a job at an aircraft factory.

Former brother-in-law of Hal Le Sueur.

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