Job Actor and commercial fisherman
Years active 1948-1960
Top Roles Joe, Actor in Film on TV, Clay Jeffords, Thompson, Ens. Snakehips McKay
Top GenresDrama, Crime, Film Noir, Adventure, Western, Romance
Top TopicsRomance (Comic), Playboys, New York
Top Collaborators (Producer), (Director), (Producer),
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John Bromfield Overview:

Actor, John Bromfield, was born Farron McClain Brumfield on Jun 11, 1922 in South Bend, IN. Bromfield died at the age of 83 on Sep 18, 2005 in Palm Desert, CA .



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Nick Dunn: She is like a hardtop convertible.

[first lines]
[Joe is painting a picture of a woman in a negligee; he becomes frustrated, and paints a red slash over the painting]
Nora Manning: [his mother, Nora, enters.] Well, it's different...but is it art?
Joe Manning: Art? It's not even fit to hang in a barroom.
Nora Manning: I wish I looked as good...and I did, once.
[looking at the painting more closely.]
Nora Manning: What's wrong with it?
Joe Manning: I don't know, Nora. I don't know! I can see it in my head, but it doesn't come out on the canvas. I want her to have warmth, and humor, and wisdom...and innocence...a girl you'd want to know.
Nora Manning: Have you ever known a girl like that, Joe?
Nora Manning: No, I didn't think so. She wouldn't be quite human, you know. You're idealizing, Joe.
Joe Manning: About women or art?
Nora Manning: For you, is there any difference? Everything has to be perfect, or you destroy it.
Joe Manning: Aw, Nora, you make me sound like a case.
Nora Manning: The army changed you, Joe. You went away a boy, and came back a man. I wish I knew what kind of man.
Joe Manning: I think I'll get drunk.

Ricardo 'Rick' De Villa: Fullmer, you're not gonna charge me with a murder I didn't commit?

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John Bromfield Facts
When "Sheriff of Cochise" (1956) first aired in 1956 the real sheriff of Cochise County, AZ, visited the set and made Bromfield an honorary deputy.

Buried at Forest Lawn Glendale, 1712 So. Glendale Avenue, Glendale, California, Los Angeles County.

He retired from acting in 1960, after ending his run as the star of the TV series "U.S. Marshal" (1958), to become a commercial fisherman.

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