Jeffrey Lynn Overview:

Actor, Jeffrey Lynn, was born Ragnar Godfrey Lind on Feb 16, 1909 in Auburn, MA. Lynn died at the age of 86 on Nov 24, 1995 in Burbank, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

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THE TYPE

By Terry on May 21, 2015 From Stardust and Shadows

Hollywood was and still is filled with types – be they on the screen or not.? In fact, it was often remarked that you can expect anything to happen on Hollywood Blvd.? I remember making an inquiry in a bookshop only to have a person dressed in a red wool suit with Elvis side burns and glasses ... Read full article


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By Google profile on Jun 12, 2009 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog

About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. Nicole over at Classic Hollywood Nerd gives us the latest entry in the Guest Blogger series, a wonderful post on the life and career of . Nicole shows an incredible dedication ... Read full article


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Jeffrey Lynn Quotes:

Jim Conwoy: What's the idea of taking me to a tailor like that?
Tito: I knew him long time ago when he was a butcher.
Jim Conwoy: He still *is!*


Capt. Johnson: Is there *no* discipline up here?
Cpl. Miller: Yes, sir!


Jersey Brady: Something has been bothering me lately.
Lance Hardeen: What's that?
Jersey Brady: We've been run out of Kansas, Nevada, Texas and New Mexico and Arizona. What do we do when we run out of places.
Lance Hardeen: Move further west.
Jersey Brady: There's an ocean out there someplace.
Lance Hardeen: We could start back in Kansas again. They must have a new sheriff by this time.


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Jeffrey Lynn Facts
Earned a Bronze Star in World War II (Air Force).

Tested (with Paulette Goddard) for the role of Ashley Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939) but didn't get it.

Legally changed to stage name in 1942.

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