Zachary Scott Overview:

Actor, Zachary Scott, was born Zachary Thomson Scott Jr. on Feb 21, 1914 in Austin, TX. Scott died at the age of 51 on Oct 3, 1965 in Austin, TX and was laid to rest in Austin Memorial Park Cemetery in Austin, TX.



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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On DVD: Dane Clark, Janis Paige, and in Her Kind of Man (1946)

By KC on Jan 2, 2019 From Classic Movies

One of my favorite things about the snappy programmers cranked out by studios like Warner Bros is that they often feature players who deserve a brighter spotlight. They don’t have the booming personas of the big stars, and they are often called the “poor man’s” version of som... Read full article

On DVD: Faye Emerson and in the Twisty Noir Danger Signal (1945)

By KC on Apr 4, 2018 From Classic Movies

One of my suspense genre pet peeves is the plot that requires the protagonist to miss obvious red flags and continue to plunge into danger. It’s hard to root for someone who doesn’t have a lot of common sense. Danger Signal, which recently made its DVD debut from Warner Archive, manages ... Read full article

Flaxy Martin (1949) with Virginia Mayo and

By Orson De Welles on Apr 28, 2016 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! A girl with a heart of ice! Has anyone ever seen a film where Virginia Mayo is by far the lead star?? There aren?t a whole lot of them so the answer may be in the negative on that one.? Among those films which at least on the surface feature Mayo in the lead role is 1949?s Flaxy Martin. ... Read full article

Warner Archive: Ann Sothern and in the Thriller Shadow on the Wall (1949)

By KC on Oct 26, 2015 From Classic Movies

I have adored actress Gigi Perreau ever since I saw her remarkable performance in a bit part for Enchantment (1948). She played an orphaned girl (who would incidentally grow up to be Teresa Wright) and her ability to project heartbreak, courage and charm with just a few words both touched and impres... Read full article

Book Review: : Hollywood’s Sophisticated Cad (2013)

on Feb 21, 2014 From True Classics

: Hollywood’s Sophisticated Cad Ronald L. Davis Release Date: July 24, 2013 (Reprint); February 27, 2006 (Original printing) University Press of Mississippi? Softcover, 238 pages Last summer, the University Press of Mississippi reprinted Ronald L. Davis’ biography of charact... Read full article

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Zachary Scott Quotes:

Jason Brett: Pour yourself some backbone and shut up!

Monte: Drink?
Mildred: You drink too much.
Monte: I know, I do too much of everything. I'm spoiled.
Mildred: You've too many sisters... They all seem to be my size too.
Monte: I know, I like them your size.
[raises glass]
Monte: To brotherly love.

Alexia LaRoche: [getting no response to her advances] You really keep yourself on ice, don't you, Van?
Richard Van Ness: Do I?
Alexia LaRoche: Don't you ever melt?
Richard Van Ness: Yes... sometimes... in the dark.

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In 1951 he was arrested at a bar in Louisiana for violating segregation laws. He was in a black establishment drinking alcohol with African-Americans. he protested in court that he was invited to the bar by black men in uniform and that he was proud to drink with US soldiers.

His mother, Sally Lee Scott, died November 1983 at 95. She left everything to be divided by her 3 children. Zachary Scott's two daughters split their late father's share. his widow, Ruth, tried to sue for a share of it for herself, but didn't have enough money for a lawyer.

Known for his various charitable work, especially projects to help the poor and aid American troops.

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