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Actor, Robert Newton, was born on Jun 1, 1905 in Shaftesbury, Dorset. Newton died at the age of 50 on Mar 25, 1956 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles and was laid to rest in Westwood Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

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On 2002, Newton received the Disney Legends Award for living up to the Disney principals of imagination, skill, discipline, craftsmanship and magic.

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Treasure Island (1950) with and Bobby Driscoll

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Treasure Island (1950) with and Bobby Driscoll

By Greg Orypeck on Jul 16, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This!?Aargh, matey!? Them that dies will be the lucky ones!??? Long John Silver () in one of his less endearing moments Laurence Olivier?? Spencer Tracy?? Anthony Hopkins?? Who?s the greatest film actor, you think?? Marlon Brando?? Robert De Niro?? Humphrey Bogart?? Add your own c... Read full article


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Robert Newton Quotes:

Long John Silver: Now clear up them there shambles, or I'll feed you piecemeal to the rats in the cellar.


Long John Silver: Milk! I've been poisoned!


Bill Sikes: There's light enough for what I've got to do.


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Robert Newton Facts
Was voted one of the top ten British money-making stars in the Motion Picture Herald-Fame Poll from 1947 to 1951.

Excessive drinking damaged him and a highly erratic film career was the result. He often found himself unemployable due to his unreliability. He died at age 50 of alcohol-related causes although the official report was a heart attack.

Was declared bankrupt in his absence on September 24th 1954 at the London Bankruptcy Buildings. He owed a total of £46,300 to the Inland Revenue in unpaid taxes and approximately £700 to other creditors. He was at the time filming in Australia. (The Times, September 25th 1954).

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