William Tracy Overview:

Actor, William Tracy, was born on Dec 1, 1917 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Tracy died at the age of 49 on Jun 18, 1967 in Hollywood, CA .



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Doctor: Pardon me Mr.Katona? Precisely what position do you hold with Matuschek and Company?
Pepi Katona: Well, I would describe myself as a contact man. I keep contact between Matuschek and the customers... on a bicycle.
Doctor: Do you mean, an errand boy?
Pepi Katona: Doctor, do I call you a pill-peddler?

[last lines]
Pat Ryan: Terry, what's the matter with you?
Terry Lee: Aw, shucks, Pat. There ain't gonna be any more fun around here. There's no one left to fight!

Pepi Katona: [leaving Mr.Matuschek's room in hospital] Well Doctor, I would say it's a nervous breakdown. What do you think?
Doctor: It appears to be an acute epileptoid manifestation and a pan phobic melancholiac with indication of a neurasthenia cordus.
Pepi Katona: Is that more expensive than a nervous breakdown?

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William Tracy Fact
As an actor he appeared in the serial adaptation of the Milton Caniff comic strip Terry and the Pirates (1940) and, a dozen years later, co-starred in the television series adapted from the same strip, "Terry and the Pirates" (1952), as Hot Shot Charlie (Charles C. Charles) to John Baer's Terry.

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