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Actor, Hugh Beaumont, was born Eugene Hugh Beaumont on Feb 16, 1909 in Lawrence, KS. Beaumont died at the age of 73 on May 14, 1982 in Munich, Germany .



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Police Sgt. Mickey Ferguson: No dame carroies a framed picture of a guy unless she's carryin' a torch for him.

Steve Clark: Listen, Julie. Get this straight. What I have I keep. That goes for the money, and it goes for you.

Doc, Police Criminologist: They're a lot of nice people running around, Doc.
Police Sgt. Mickey Ferguson: Yep, Mickey. You know, they're only two kinds of animals that make war on their own kind - rats and men... and men are supposed to be able to think.
Police Sgt. Mickey Ferguson: I think you've got something there, Doc.

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Also writing and directing several episodes of his famous series "Leave It to Beaver" (1957), including the final, retrospective episode, "Family Scrapbook", his portrayal of Ward Cleaver ranked #28 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" in the June 20, 2004, issue.

In Hollywood from 1940, he rose quickly up the ranks while many of the big stars were serving WWII duty (Hugh was a conscientious objector). His mild resemblance to actor Lloyd Nolan enabled Beaumont to inherit Nolan's leading movie persona of detective Michael Shayne in a series of "B" crimers. After the war he returned primarily to supporting roles in film.

Appeared on the sly in educational and industrial films as both an actor and narrator.

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