David Janssen Overview:

Actor, David Janssen, was born David Harold Meyer on Mar 27, 1931 in Naponee, NE. Janssen died at the age of 48 on Feb 13, 1980 in Malibu, 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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in Birds of Prey

By Rick29 on Mar 16, 2020 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

The KBEX traffc helicopter. One of the first "water cooler" movies I can remember is the 1973 CBS telepic Birds of Prey. I'm not sure if the term "water cooler" had even been invented in regard to a movie everyone was talking about the next day. But regardless, many of the students in my high schoo... Read full article


DVD Spotlight: as "Harry O"

By Rick29 on Sep 17, 2012 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

One of the most distinctive private eyes of the 1970s has finally made his DVD debut with Warner Archive's release of season 1 of Harry O. The series, which originally aired on ABC in 1974-76, starred as Harry Orwell, a medically-retired police detective who moonlights as a private inv... Read full article


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David Janssen Quotes:

[the American flyers are driving the French drillmaster crazy]
Duke Sinclaire: We've got him out-witted! Our feet are *killing* him!


George Faber: The bell tolls. The Pope is dead. Listen to the bell.
[Crossed himself. Cut to multiple shots of mourners in the streets of Rome]
George Faber: This is the death knell that rings... only for the pontiff. Listen - there is a second bell. Soon they will be joined by other bells all over the city, all over every city, all over the world. The Pope is dead.


Colonel Mike Kirby: What are you going to say in that newspaper of yours about us in Vietnam?
George Beckworth: If I say what I feel, I may be out of a job.


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David Janssen Facts
Best remembered by the public for his starring role as Dr. Richard Kimble in The Fugitive.

Was close friends with Stuart Whitman.

His mother and both of his sisters appeared as extras in "The Fugitive" (1963).

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