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Character actor, Reginald Owen, was born John Reginald Owen on Aug 5, 1887 in Wheathampstead, England. Owen died at the age of 85 on Nov 5, 1972 in Boise, ID and was laid to rest in Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise, Ada County, ID.

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A Study in Scarlet (1933) – with and Anna May Wong

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Reginald Owen Quotes:

Adam Belinski: But I know Hitler.
Sir Henry Carmel: He has written a book, hasn't he?
Adam Belinski: Yes.
Sir Henry Carmel: Big success?
Adam Belinski: Very big.
Sir Henry Carmel: So what more does he want? Why doesn't he lie down and keep quiet?
Adam Belinski: If you really want to know, Sir Henry, read the book.
Sir Henry Carmel: It's an outdoor book. What is it called? Oh yes, "Mein Camp".


Regina Mason: Father, why don't you stand up for yourself; are you a man or a mouse?
Reginald Mason: I must be a man; your mother is afraid of mice.


Admiral Boom: [observing the queue of prospective nannies] Ghastly looking crew, I must say!


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Reginald Owen Facts
Was not originally scheduled to play Ebenezer Scrooge in the MGM classic version of A Christmas Carol (1938). Reginald was a last-minute replacement for the ailing Lionel Barrymore.

Graduated from Tree's Academy of Dramatic Art.

Was in the process of writing his autobiography at the time of his death.

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