Dane Clark Overview:

Actor, Dane Clark, was born on Feb 26, 1912 in Brooklyn, NY. Clark died at the age of 86 on Sep 11, 1998 in Santa Monica, 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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On DVD: , Janis Paige, and Zachary Scott in Her Kind of Man (1946)

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Dane Clark Quotes:

Eddy Roback: Tell you what we do. I got a gun and you got a pretty good idea. We compromise.
Frank Clinton: How's that?
Eddy Roback: We do it my way.


James Nevill: [to Joan] This I can handle. Anything I can see and touch and feel, I can handle.


[Speaking over Hankey's grave]
Johnny Tallon: Hankey was a good man. He didn't have any feelings about anything. All he had was loyalty.


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Dane Clark Facts
Made his Broadway debut in Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre production of "Panic in 1935.

His father owned a sporting goods store in New York City.

Was considered at one point to play Al Jolson in a remake of "The Jazz Singer" but the whole idea was scrapped for years later until Danny Thomas was given a title role in the early 1950s remake.

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