Actor, Rod La Rocque, was born Roderick La Rocque de la Rour on Nov 20, 1898 in Chicago, IL. La Rocque died at the age of 70 on Oct 15, 1969 in Beverly Hills, 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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Lamont Cranston: Yes, and dangerous, too. Particularly for you.
Phoebe Lane: For me? Why?
Lamont Cranston: Well, when the crooks start shooting it seems they pick off the girl first.
Ann Carter: You won't gain anything by keeping me here!
Frank Devereaux: Oh, I like you in a temper. I want to hold you close, knowing you don't want to be held.
Frank Devereaux: Shoot yourself in the head, and if you live, you can become a Waiter.
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