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Reginald Denny Overview:

Actor, Reginald Denny, was born Reginald Leigh Dugmore on Nov 20, 1891 in Richmond, England. Denny died at the age of 75 on Jun 16, 1967 in unknown, unknown and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

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

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AT THE TORONTO SILENT FILM FESTIVAL

on Apr 9, 2019 From Caftan Woman

Toronto film fans extend their congratulations and their thanks to co-founders Shirley Hughes and Mark Wonnacott, and all of the dedicated volunteers at the Toronto Silent Film Festival, 2019. Happy 10th Anniversary! Festival-goers were thrilled with the world premiere of Ensemble Polaris' score f... Read full article


: What a Character!

By FlickChick on Dec 14, 2017 From A Person in the Dark

This is my entry in the What a Character! Blogathon hosted by the enchanting trio of Aurora at Once Upon a Screen, Kellee at Outspoken and Freckled, and Paula at Paula's Cinema Club. Click here to check out more of the characters who make movies great. Frank Crawley will not get the girl - ever ... Read full article


Fort Vengeance (1953) ~ James Craig,

By Clayton on Oct 3, 2014 From Phantom Empires

Fort Vengeance (1953) ~ James Craig, 10/3/2014 20 Comments This is the first of two posts for the O CANADA Blogathon. The next, a Dick Powell Mountie film, can be read HERE Ahh, the 1950's. I'm starting to think... Read full article


Fort Vengeance (1953) ~ James Craig,

By Clayton on Oct 3, 2014 From Phantom Empires

Fort Vengeance (1953) ~ James Craig, 10/3/2014 20 Comments This is the first of two posts for the O CANADA Blogathon. The next, a Dick Powell Mountie film, can be read HERE Ahh, the 1950's. I'm starting to think that that decade earns ... Read full article


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Reginald Denny Quotes:

Sir Harry Percival: A little wine with music...
[Sir Harry winds his gramophone]
Sir Harry Percival: ...a little Nineteenth Century science, Stone Age atmosphere, Cave Man passion...


Phillip Hastings: Make Michael stop picking on me.


Sanders: Brown, you're a gentleman! You've got breeding! You must have faith!
Brown: Why?
Sanders: Why? Why in Heaven's name, man, what do you believe in?
Brown: Would it really interest you? Oh, a lot of things. A good horse, steak and kidney pudding, a fellow named George Brown, the asinine futility of this war, being frightened, being drunk enough to be brave and brave enough to be drunk, the feel of the sea when you swim, the taste and strength of wine, the loveliness of women, the splendid, unspeakable joy of killing Arabs, the smell of incense and bacon, the weight of a fist, an old pair of shoes, a toothache, triunph...
Sanders: STOP!
Brown: All right.


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Founder of Radioplane, maker of military target drones.

Owned hobby shop on Hollywood Blvd. specializing in RC model planes.

Near the end of WWII, Reg Denny gave permission for a war industry photo shoot at his Radioplane plant. The event would have passed without notice except for a pretty young employee who became a magnet for the photographers. Recognizing her potential, she was brought to the attention of some Hollywood types who agreed to give her a try. It was then that Norma Jean Mortensen was able to leave what she would later say was "the hardest work she ever had to do" to begin a Hollywood career. Of course, we know her today by her screen name, Marilyn Monroe.

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