Vic Morrow Overview:

Actor, Vic Morrow, was born Victor Morrow on Feb 14, 1929 in Bronx, NY. Morrow died at the age of 53 on Jul 23, 1982 in Indian Dunes, CA and was laid to rest in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery in Culver City, CA.



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Shark: Danny... We know you're in here. You come on out now, and you got a chance. You can't get away, Maxie's got the whole town covered!
[Shark flips out his switch-blade]
Shark: This is it, buddy! This is the big get-even day! We've got a lot to settle up, you and me. Danny I knew it was your old man that night. I knew it, and I slugged him anyway, so you come on out and get me! You come out and get me, or we're coming in!
[Shark and his cohort continue to try to trap and corner Danny. Danny climbs up and stands on the bottom sill of a hidden window on the wall in a dark part of the alley as he hides from Shark and his cohort]
Shark: I'm gonna let you in on a little secret, kid. We've been laughing at you. Me and Maxie, ever since it happened we've been splitting a gut. You told me once we'd tangle again. Well, now's your chance. Come on, Danny Boy!
[Shark's cohort inadvertently walks below Danny, then Danny jumps down from the window sill onto, and knocks the cohort out]
Shark: You got him?
Danny Fisher: [Using a muffled voice, pretending to be Shark's cohort answering,] YEAH!
Shark: [thinking his cohort knocked Danny out, but it's the other way around] Hold him. I wanna put my mark on him. Where is he?
[Danny surprises Shark as he charges at him and a fight ensues to a permanent finish]

Sheriff Roy Childress: I want you out of this town today McCord.

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Vic Morrow Facts
Was of Russian ancestry.

Interred at Hillside Memorial Park, Culver City, California, USA.

Personally thanked director John Landis for the opportunity to star in Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983). Morrow was excited about what turned out to be his final film, considering it a welcome change of pace from the myriad (and mostly-foreign) B-pictures he had been forced to fall back on during most of the 1970s.

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