James Scott Bumgarner
|Born||Apr 7, 1928|
|Died||Jul 19, 2014|
Los Angeles, CA
|Age||Died at 86|
|Top Roles||Dr. Joe Cardin, Casey Barnett, Brett Maverick, Nicholas Arden, Dr. Gerald Boyer|
|Top Genres||Drama, Comedy, War, Romance, Action, Western|
|Top Topics||World War II, Book-Based, Romance (Comic)|
|Top Collaborators||John Sturges (Director), Delbert Mann (Director), William A. Wellman (Director), Billy Halop|
|Shares birthday with||Alan J. Pakula, William Eythe, Stanley Adams see more..|
James Garner Overview:
Actor, James Garner, was born James Scott Bumgarner on Apr 7, 1928 in Norman, Oklahoma. Garner died at the age of 86 on Jul 19, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Garner was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.
|1985||Best Actor||Murphy's Romance (1985)||Murphy Jones||Nominated|
He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. In addition, Garner was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame and National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum .
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James Garner Quotes:
Col. William Orlando Darby: A BIG stink!... There never was a good war - or an intelligent or kind one.
Col. William Orlando Darby: [Starts to get up] Rollo, we'll be haunted by the men we've killed as long as we live. When you've married Peggy, and you've looked in the faces of your children, you'll understand why it had to be done.
Pvt. Rollo Burns: Uh, sir? Thank you... for taking the time to talk to me.
Col. William Orlando Darby: [pauses at the door, faint smile on his face] I was talkin' to myself, too.
Fred Williams: [Slattery, the bartender, has just given Williams some good advice] You know something, Mr. Slattery? You know something, Mr. Slattery.
Philip Marlowe: [with a gun held on him] I like your perfume. What is it?
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