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Ronald Reagan Overview:

Legendary actor, Ronald Reagan, was born Ronald Wilson Regan on Feb 6, 1911 in Tampico, IL. Reagan appeared in over 75 film and TV roles. His best known films include Dark Victory (as Alec), Knute Rockne All American (as George Gipp), Santa Fe Trail (as George Custer), Bedtime for Bonzo (as Prof. Peter Boyd), and The Killers (as Jack Browning). He also appeared in 34 episodes of TV's GE True Theater from 1954 to 1962. Reagan died at the age of 93 on Jun 5, 2004 in Bel Air, Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library Cemetery in Simi Valley, Ventura County, CA.

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Ronald Reagan was a loyal 'servant' to Warner Brothers for 13 years playing easy-going types, without quite getting into the mainstream of their films. When his features hardened with middle age, he played tough westerns for a while before going into politics, becoming Governor of California from 1966 to 1973. He was elected President of the United States in 1980, and re-elected for a second term in 1984. He was married to actress Jane Wyman from 1940 to 1948 and to Nancy Davis from then onwards (first and second wives).

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television. In addition, Reagan was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame and National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum . Reagan was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Ronald Reagan Quotes:

Drake McHugh: Randy, Randy - Where's the rest of me...?


Jack Browning: I approve of larceny; homicide is against my principles.


Flying Officer Johnny Hammond: [has just double-talked, sucker punched and knocked out Baumeister] The iron fist has a glass jaw!


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During the 1980 Presidential campaign, incumbent President Jimmy Carter publicly criticized Reagan for launching his campaign with a speech on states' rights in Philadelphia, Mississippi, the site of the 1964 murder of three civil rights workers immortalized in the film Mississippi Burning (1988). Carter, a former governor of the Deep South state of Georgia who had run as a racial moderate in 1970, claimed that the phrase 'states' rights' was a 'code word' for segregation, as Southerners opposed to federally mandated segregation claimed that federal intervention into the local laws and mores of their states by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were unconstitutional abrogations of the rights of their states to police themselves. Reagan, who had used his opposition to state equal housing laws to defeat Governor Edmund G. Brown in 1965, disavowed any racist intent and the issue was ignored by most voters and pundits. When Carter persisted in trying to portray the affable Reagan as a racist, the strategy boomeranged against the incumbent President and made him seem petty and petulant.

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