David Farrar Overview:

Actor, David Farrar, was born on Aug 21, 1908 in Forest Gate, England. Farrar died at the age of 87 on Aug 31, 1995 in KwaZulu-Natal, Republic of South Africa .

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Susan: Wouldn't it be silly to break up something we both like doing, only because you think I don't like it.
Sammy Rice: Yes, you've got it all worked out in the way women always have. They don't worry about anything except being alive or dead.


Sister Clodagh: We all need discipline. You said yourself they're like children. Without discipline we should all behave like children.
Mr. Dean: Oh. Don't you like children, Sister?


Angu Ayah: [Ayah and Mr. Dean both admire an old wall painting which depicts the palace in its former glory days, when it served as the so-called "House of Women" - a place where Toda Rai's father housed his concubines] A convent in this house! What do you think of that?
Mr. Dean: The brothers only stayed five months. Perhaps the sisters won't stay long, either.
[Ayah and Mr. Dean grin mischievously at each other]


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David Farrar Facts
First a journalist, appeared in theatre from 1932.

Met his wife, Irene Elliot, in 1926 when he was playing the title role on stage in "David Copperfield". Following her death in 1976, he joined their daughter Barbara on the Natal coast of the Republic of South Africa.

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