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Actor, Preston Foster, was born on Aug 24, 1900 in Pitman, NJ. Foster died at the age of 69 on Jul 14, 1970 in La Jolla, CA and was laid to rest in El Camino Memorial Park Cemetery in San Diego, CA.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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Inside Job (1946) with

By Orson De Welles on Nov 26, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! At a mere 65 minutes, you’d think it would be challenging for a film to be overly bad. Even a modicum of plot should be able to sustain a single hour’s worth of celluloid, right? Usually, yes. But not always. Which brings us to 1946’s Inside Job, which in spite of the a... Read full article


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Preston Foster Quotes:

John Allen: [Referring to Bud's racetrack winnings] Say, you ain't gonna blow him the whole 38?
Bud Clark: Well, I sure am! You don't spend easy money fast, no more will ever come to you.


Tim Foster: What makes a two-bit heel like you think a heater would give him an edge over me?


Cleon, the Slave Dealer: I don't think you should look down on me, my friend. Aren't we in the same business? We both furnish amusement for the people.
Marcus: I risk my life with the man I'm fighting. You buy and sell wretches to be slaughtered as a spectacle. I'm not proud of myself, but, by Jupiter, compared to you I'm a holy man.
Cleon, the Slave Dealer: You will never be an old one. It isn't bravery that survives; it's brains.
Marcus: Yes, it is well known that the rat lives longer than the lion, but who wants to be a rat? I wouldn't do your dirty work - not to save my life!


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Preston Foster Facts
Buried at El Camino Memorial Park, La Jolla, California.

Held the honorary rank of Commodore in the U.S. Coast Guard.

After he retired from the film industry, he became the executive director of the El Camino Playhouse in California, in which capacity he wrote, acted in and directed plays.

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