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Walter Long Overview:

Character actor, Walter Long, was born Walter Huntley Long on Mar 5, 1879 in Nashua, NH. Long died at the age of 73 on Jul 4, 1952 in Los Angeles, CA .

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Walter Long Quotes:

Captain: If anybody ever mentions the word "ghost" to me, I'm gonna twist his head around so that when he's walking north he'll be looking south.


Captain: Get for'ard.
Stanley: [starts to walk toward the rear door of the hold]
Captain: Heyyy - I said "FOR'ARD"!
Stanley: [turns to Ollie and leans over closer to him so Ollie can check on his forehead, thinking that the Captain is saying that something is wrong with it] What's the matter with it? Can you see anything?
Oliver: [lifts Stan's hat slightly to have a better look] There's nothing wrong with it that I can see.
Captain: [shoving them both forward impatiently] Oh, come ON, here! Come ON!


The Tiger: Ha ha, hey, you and me is gonna be good pals.
Stanley: Thank you.
[tooth buzzes]
The Tiger: Hey, I heard you the first time. Now don't take advantage of my good humor. But if you do...
[starts to strangle Stan]


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Walter Long Facts
Died of a heart attack while watching the fireworks display at the Coliseum in Los Angeles, during the Fourth of July celebration.

Shaven-headed tough guy actor who appeared in many D.W. Griffith films (once notoriously as a Negro villain in The Birth of a Nation (1915), in blackface make-up),but is perhaps now best remembered as a scowling comic villain in several Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy films.

Served as Captain of the Military Police during World War II in Washington DC and Virginia.

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