William Lundigan Overview:

Actor, William Lundigan, was born on Jun 12, 1914 in Syracuse, NY. Lundigan died at the age of 61 on Dec 20, 1975 in Duarte, CA and was laid to rest in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, Los Angeles County, CA.



William Lundigan's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #93 on Dec 29, 1950.

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Police Lt. Harry Grant: We struck pay dirt.
Police Sgt. Art Collins: Yeah, if he buys his magazines here, he probably lives somewhere nearby.
Police Lt. Harry Grant: Well, we'll check the laundries, poolrooms, markets, saloons.
Police Sgt. Art Collins: It's a cinch. All we have to do is turn the neighborhood upside down, then shake all the buildings until he falls out of one of them.
Police Lt. Harry Grant: Let's start shaking.

Jack Garet: I only earn $100 a week and you know I can't live on that.

Steve Hastings: Thank you very much. You speak very good English. And you're very beautiful.
Girl: Thank you, Signor. You're very pretty too.

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William Lundigan Facts
Initially planned to go into law.

While at Warners, Lundigan's 'voice with a smile it' was used as one of the narrators in several of the classic 1940s Looney Tunes cartoons.

Although he was draft-exempt due to a physical injury, he enlisted into the Marines out of patriotism and served in Okinawa during WWII. Under contract to MGM at the time he enlisted, boss Louis B. Mayer was furious with him for enlisting just as the studio was promoting him as a star and he was dropped.

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