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Walter Pidgeon
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Actor
    (September 23, 1897-September 25, 1984)
    Acted in 'Mannequin (1925),' 'Saratoga (1937),' 'The Girl of the Golden West (1938),' 'How Green Was My Valley (1941),' 'Madame Curie (1943),' 'Forbidden Planet (1956),' 'Skyjacked (1972),' 'Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976),' 'Two Minute Warning (1976)' and 'Sextette (1978)'
    Starred in seven Broadway plays, including two musicals (as a baritone)
    President of the Screen Actors Guild (1952-1956)
    Became a U.S. citizen, maintaining dual citizenship
    Died after a series of strokes at age 87
    He smoked.
    He said of his years with MGM Studios: 'I was like a kept woman during my twenty-one years at MGM.'
    He was bad at remembering names and when he forgot a man's name he would call the guy 'Joe.'
    He donated his body to the UCLA Medical School for dissection.
    He got his start in the movies as a silent film star.
    His first wife of four years died while giving birth to his only child (October 26, 1926).
    He was married to his second wife for over 52 years until his death.
    He has a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

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