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.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.
On DVD: as a Suave Gentleman Thief in Double Danger (1938)By KC on Sep 24, 2019 From Classic Movies
I’ve been a big fan of actor and singer ever since I saw his brooding performance opposite Belita in the ice skating noir The Hunted (1948). He’s got an unusually low-key presence: charming, lightly flirtatious, always in control, but never raising his voice and rarely thr... Read full article
Inside Job (1946) withBy 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
See all articles
Marcus: Money is all that matters. Well, I can get money! It's easy to get money! All you have to do... is kill.
Cleon, the Slave Dealer: [pandering] If you're a rich man, a few coppers wouldn't interest you.
[giving Marcus a coin]
Cleon, the Slave Dealer: This is for your work...
[he gives him a second copper]
Cleon, the Slave Dealer: ... and this is for saving my life.
Marcus: [laughing with contempt] Just about what the job is worth!
read more quotes from Preston Foster...