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Actor, Robert Sterling, was born William Sterling Hart on Nov 13, 1917 in New Castle, Pennsylvania. Sterling died at the age of 88 on May 30, 2006 in Brentwood, CA .

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

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Capt. Lee Whitlock: The time may come, Lieutenant, when the North and the South are at each other's throat. But as of right now, there's no war being fought. We are all still in the same army.
Lt. Jed Sayre: I'm glad you feel that way, sir.
Capt. Lee Whitlock: That's the way I expect every officer and man in this post to feel. And if they don't feel it, they can act it.


James Cloud: It's a lucky thing for you, I happened to be passing through.
Tom Cloud: And you are gonna to keep on passing through too.
James Cloud: Why you kill me if I don't?
Tom Cloud: You know... someday it might come to that.


Tom Cloud: I think you know who killed Juan.
Sheriff Elmer Gall: All right. It was you who horned into this valley when there wasn't room for you.
Tom Cloud: I made room - about fifteen mile!
Sheriff Elmer Gall: Yeah, and if you expect me to hold onto it for you, you can go rope a duck.
Tom Cloud: I don't expect anything from you. I came here to report a murder. And that's the last I'll hear of it.
Sheriff Elmer Gall: I'm not so sure. I'm getting pretty sick of the trouble you bring on.
Tom Cloud: Trouble? You don't know the meaning of the word.


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Father, with Ann Sothern, of actress Tisha Sterling. Father, with Anne Jeffreys, of sons Jeffrey, Dana and Tyler.

His father, Walter S. Hart, played baseball for the Chicago Cubs.

Sterling's movie career at MGM was interrupted by World War II, during which he served as an Army Air Forces flight instructor and was stationed in London.

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