Character actor, Richard Jaeckel, was born Richard Hanley Jaeckel on Oct 10, 1926 in Long Beach, Long Island. Jaeckel died at the age of 70 on Jun 14, 1997 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and was cremated and his ashes scattered at sea.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Jaeckel was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.
|1971||Best Supporting Actor||Sometimes a Great Notion (1970)||Joe Ben Stamper||Nominated|
Charlie Prince: Any strangers come in town?
Hotel Proprietor-Bartender: Not since you went to sleep, sir.
Charlie Prince: I might as well go along. She won't come now.
Hotel Proprietor-Bartender: Who was you plannin' to meet?
Charlie Prince: My wife - she ran off with a travelin' man.
Hotel Proprietor-Bartender: She did?
Charlie Prince: That's why I've been sittin' up all night. I figgered he'd bring her here.
Hotel Proprietor-Bartender: Well, whaddaya know? Mine ran off, too. I wonder why they do that.
Charlie Prince: I don't know. I've always treated mine alright - never hit her too hard.
Wade Matlock: In this country it's good manners to accept a man's liquer.
John Parrish: I don't drink.
Wade Matlock: You're a lier.
Major John Reisman: What do you think, Sergeant?
Sergeant Clyde Bowren: I think you'll do just fine, sir.
Major John Reisman: [emphatically] Don't give me that! I said what do you think?
Sergeant Clyde Bowren: I think the first chance one of those lovers gets, he's going to shoot the Major right in the head... sir.
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