Lyle Talbot Overview:

Actor, Lyle Talbot, was born Lysle Henderson on Feb 8, 1902 in Pittsburgh, PA. Talbot died at the age of 94 on Mar 2, 1996 in San Francisco, CA .

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Birthday of the Week: (1)

By Beth Daniels on Feb 3, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born Lisle Henderson in Pittsburgh, PA, February 8, 1902 Biography Read it. The Entertainer: Movies, Magic and My Father's Twentieth Century, By Margaret TalbotRiverhead, 2012 Beautiful Rogue Turns out I have seen a surprising number of films that star or feature . ... Read full article


Birthday of the Week: (2)

By Beth Daniels on Feb 3, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born Lisle Henderson in Pittsburgh, PA, February 8, 1902 Biography Read it. The Entertainer: Movies, Magic and My Father's Twentieth Century, By Margaret TalbotRiverhead, 2012 Beautiful Rogue Turns out I have seen a surprising number of films that star or feature . ... Read full article


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Lyle Talbot Quotes:

Elsa Middleton: I had no logical reason for coming back. I guess it's just what Don would call... a hunch.
Rolfe Brent: But darling, I thought we'd agreed on everything.
Elsa Middleton: Maybe I'm being foolish, but I had to be sure.
Rolfe Brent: You've got to trust my judgement. I mean, the situation would be easier and simpler if it weren't for Molly.
Elsa Middleton: Don't say that!
Rolfe Brent: But we've got our own lives to live. If it weren't for Molly, I know we could be happy together.


Michael Loftus: [to Vivian] I can tell you're a real woman, not one of those stuffed brassieres you see on Park Avenue. You've got all the works that make a woman want to go, and live, and love.


Sarah Boynton: It's Mrs. Stevens, Doctor, on an emergency.
Dr. Donald Middleton: Did you bring the kit?
Sarah Boynton: Yes, I have it outside.
Dr. Donald Middleton: You'll have to excuse me.
Elsa Middleton: Let me come, too, Don. I can at least keep the other Stevenses out of the room.
Dr. Donald Middleton: You stay here and finish your dinner.
Elsa Middleton: But you may be late.
Dr. Donald Middleton: If I am, I'm sure Rolfe will be kind enough to escort you home.
Rolfe Brent: You mean lucky enough.


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Lyle Talbot Facts
Father of journalist David Talbot, founding editor of Salon.com.

He may be the only actor to have starred in both leading roles in major productions of Neil Simon's play, "The Odd Couple," appearing in different national road company tours in the 1960s as Felix Unger (the Jack Lemmon role) and Oscar Madison (the Walter Matthau role).

Was working on his memoirs when he died in 1996 at the age of 94.

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