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Actor, Richard Whorf, was born Richard Baker Whorf on Jun 4, 1906 in Winthrop, MA. Whorf died at the age of 60 on Dec 14, 1966 in Santa Monica, CA .

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Champagne for Caesar (1950, )

on Apr 18, 2020 From The Stop Button

What?s so frustrating about Champagne for Caesar is how little the film really would?ve need to do to be a success. It just needed a rewrite. Someone to come in and fix Hans Jacoby and Frederick Brady?s script, which is usually fine but they really can?t figure out what to do with Celeste Holm. And ... Read full article


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Richard Whorf Quotes:

George M. Cohan: Thanks, Sam. It'll be great as long as those critics don't start to eat off my leg.
Sam Harris: Oh, don't worry about the critics! You got a smash hit! It's in the air, kid! It's in the air! You can't stop anything that's in the air!


Simon Fenimore: [to Charles] The planes are all grounded, the trains won't do you any good, and you're too big for me to carry on piggy bank.


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Richard Whorf Facts
Won Broadway's 1954 Tony Award as Best Costume Designer for "Ondine."

His film acting debut was a prime featured part in Midnight (1934) with a relatively unknown actor, Humphrey Bogart, appearing in a small but standout role. Ironically, Richard's last major acting role, Chain Lightning (1950) was in a Bogie film vehicle in which Richard is killed off.

Brother of famed linguist Benjamin Whorf (1897-1941). Whorf's primary area of interest in linguistics was the study of Native American languages, particularly those of Mesoamerica. He became well known for his work on the Hopi language, and for his principle of linguistic relativity.

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