Louis Hayward Overview:

Actor, Louis Hayward, was born Louis Charles Hayward on Mar 19, 1909 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Hayward died at the age of 75 on Feb 21, 1985 in Palm Springs, CA and was cremated and his ashes given to family or friend.

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He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television.

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Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, and in "And Then There Were None"

By Stephen Reginald on Dec 3, 2021 From Classic Movie Man

Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, and in "And Then There Were None" And Then There Were None (1945) is a mystery movie directed by Rene Clair and starring Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, and . The film is an adaptation of Agatha Christie's 1939 novel of the same name... Read full article


Repeat Performance (1947) with and Joan Leslie

By Orson De Welles on May 7, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! Time Stopped in Its Tracks….When She Pulled the Trigger! Released by Eagle-Lion Films, a short lived studio of the late 1940s, Repeat Performance is among their first films. Though there are those that would object to labeling Eagle-Lion a Poverty Row studio (which according to the... Read full article


Repeat Performance (1947) with and Joan Leslie

By Orson De Welles on May 7, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! Time Stopped in Its Tracks….When She Pulled the Trigger! Released by Eagle-Lion Films, a short lived studio of the late 1940s, Repeat Performance is among their first films. Though there are those that would object to labeling Eagle-Lion a Poverty Row studio (which according to the... Read full article


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Louis Hayward Quotes:

Detective William Henry Blore: I know who took the dining room key!
Philip Lombard: Who?
Detective William Henry Blore: Rogers! He had the key to the dining room, fact. He unlocks the door, takes a little Indian, goes out and chops up some sticks, fact. And then...
Philip Lombard: And then he takes the chopper, and splits his own cranium, fact. I'd like to see you do that to yourself, Blore. It would take practice!


Guard: Who are you?
Edmund Dantes Jr.: My friend here will introduce me.
[he brandishes his sword and the fight begins]


Albert Feather: Well, Auntie, where's your cane? From the look on your face, I'd say that you're about to take down my britches and give me a dozen.


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Louis Hayward Facts
He was romantically involved with English playwright Noel Coward, as recorded in Coward's diaries.

While a Captain in the Marine Corps (of the photographic section) he and his unit filmed the Battle of Tarawa. It was the first time in the history of amphibious warfare that photographers had landed to take a beachhead with the initial assault waves. The battle was one of the bloodiest in Marine history - - three days of fighting cost the Marines nearly 3,000 casualties. Over 4,500 Japanese were killed. The carnage Capt. Hayward saw would lead to depression and a complete physical collapse.

One son, Dana, with third wife, June Hanson. Dana died in January 2007.

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