Don Haggerty Overview:

Character actor, Don Haggerty, was born on Jul 3, 1914 in Poughkeepsie, NY. Haggerty died at the age of 74 on Aug 19, 1988 in Cocoa, FL .

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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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Don Haggerty Quotes:

Ralph Hamilton: We've got a trail boss who can feed the herd on burned tumbleweed, water it on dried mud and get us there with more cattle than we had to start with!


Deputy Floyd: Is there going to be a gunfight? They'll try and bust out Rudy, won't they?
Judge James Edward Scott: No, they got a better idea. They'd rather I set him free. How is he behaving?
Deputy Floyd: Like a man with lots of future.


John Cord: Nobody in his right mind could ask John Cord to move a herd now.
Ralph Hamilton: Nobody but John Cord could move a herd this size - five thousand head full of ringers.
John Cord: I'm lookin' at this room. It doesn't make me think you're desperate... doesn't make me think movin' five thousand head of cattle is life or death.
Ralph Hamilton: Rooms don't change much but bank accounts do.


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Don Haggerty Facts
A star athlete at one time at Brown University.

Burly, granite-jawed "B" action actor during the 1940s and 1950s who worked at pretty much every studio in town at one point or another, but spent a lot of time at Republic Pictures. Was as adept at playing tough detectives and mob killers in urban crime thrillers as he was at playing sheriffs and cavalry officers in westerns or tough sergeants and the hero's buddy in war pictures.

Actor Dan Haggerty ("Grizzly Adams") has the dubious distinction of being the only actor to ever have his name removed from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce chairman mistakenly spelled "Dan Haggerty" on the plaque when the honor was supposed to have gone to Don. Dan later was honored with his own star.

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