Michael Rennie Overview:

Actor, Michael Rennie, was born Eric Alexander Rennie on Aug 25, 1909 in Bradford, Yorkshire. Rennie died at the age of 61 on Jun 10, 1971 in Harrogate, Yorkshire and was laid to rest in Harlow Hill Cemetery in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England.

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The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) with

By Greg Orypeck on Mar 9, 2014 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! ?I?m impatient with stupidity.??My people have learned to live without it.???? Klaatu () War is always with us, it seems, despite the horrors of its continuance, how little it accomplishes and that one war usually results in another.???If we do not end war,? H. G. Wells wro... Read full article


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Michael Rennie Quotes:

Reporter: I suppose you are just as scared as the rest of us.
Klaatu: In a different way, perhaps. I am fearful when I see people substituting fear for reason.


Roger Forsyth: You're sort of a mystery man even to your friends.


King Edward: Tell me, when you refuse me your loyalty because I am a Norman, have you not considered that I have no choice in the same matter - that I must be king for Norman and Saxon alike whether I like it or not. Do you, Saxon, not owe something besides hatred to the same cause?


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Michael Rennie Facts
Appeared in The 13th Letter (1951) for director Otto Preminger, who later named Rennie as a third party to his counter-suit of adultery against his wife during divorce proceedings in 1958.

His early career was interrupted by war service. He was a flight instructor for over two of those years.

His son David Rennie, is now a UK High Court judge on the Lewes, Sussex circuit.

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