Forrester Harvey Overview:

Actor, Forrester Harvey, was born on Jun 27, 1884 in Cork, Ireland. Harvey died at the age of 61 on Dec 14, 1945 in Laguna Beach, CA .



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Tula: [Tula has just given a drink of "gin" to a tribal chieftain; he refuses to return the bottle] I hate to see good gin wasted on a dried-up monkey like that.
Cookie Harris: That's not gin I gave him - - that's kerosene.
[Cookie and Tula look at the chief, happily drinking the "gin," and both giggle]

Dr. Peter Blood: We, the undersigned, are men without a country. Outlaws in our own land and homeless outcasts in any other. Desperate men, we go to seek a desperate fortune. Therefore, we do, here and now, band ourselves into a brotherhood of bucaneers... to practice the trade of piracy on the high seas. We, the hunted, will now hunt! Therefore, to that end, we enter into the following Articles of Agreement: First: We pledge ourselves to be bound together as brothers in a life and death friendship, sharing alike in fortune and in trouble. Second Article: All monies and valuables which may come into our possession shall be lumped together into a common fund... and from this fund shall first be taken the money to fit, rig, and provision the ship. After that, the recompense each shall receive who is wounded is follows: for the loss of a right arm: 600 pieces of eight; left arm: 500; for the loss of a right leg: 500; left leg: 400.
Honesty Nuttall: [to Hagthorpe] A fella can get rich if he's lucky.

Deputy Commissioner Waddington: [Offering scotch whiskey to Fane] Stay full of this. Leaves no room for the cholera.

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Despite a long and varied career, he is probably best known for a role he did *not* play, since a number of reference works incorrectly identify him as having played Little Maria's father in Frankenstein (1931)

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