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Actor, Kenneth More, was born Kenneth Gilbert More on Sep 20, 1914 in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. More died at the age of 67 on Jul 12, 1982 in Fulham, London .



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Bill Crichton: One can't recapture a dream. Don't spoil it by trying to.

Wendy McKim: This is the end! Making a public spectacle of yourselves. I couldn't have believed you could have behaved like this, either of you. Just hauling like brooligans.
Ambrose Claverhouse: Hauling like brooligans!

Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller: [as Lightoller is preparing to leave for the voyage] Do you think they'll promote you to First Officer after this trip, Bertie?
Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller: Well, that depends whether they keep old Wilde on, or not.
Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller: You were First on the "Majestic".
Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller: Ah, but that was *temporary*!
Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller: Don't you mind?
Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller: No. Bill Murdoch's the one with his nose out of joint this trip. Ambitious fellow, is Bill.
Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller: So are you. You *know* you are.
Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller: Well, I'd rather be Second on the "Titanic" than First, or even Chief on any *other* ship*

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Kenneth More Facts
Was best man to Roger Moore at his wedding to Luisa Mattioli on 11th April 1969.

He was awarded a CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1970 Queen's New Year's Honours List for his services to drama.

Wrote a letter of support for Alexander Walker (1930-2003) when he applied for the post of London Evening Standard Film Critic in 1960. More had apparently been delighted by one of Walker's reviews whilst he was on the Birmingham Post. Walker remained with the Standard for the next 43 years and was Critic of the Year in the British Press Awards (1970, 1974 and 1998) as well as writing twenty books on cinema.

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