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Clint Walker

Norman Eugene "Clint" Walker was an American actor. He played cowboy Cheyenne Bodie in the ABC/Warner Bros. western series Cheyenne from 1955 to 1963.

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Of course, DeMille never did anything on a small scale.
I think you always have regrets.
I seldom ever missed a Gary Cooper picture if I could manage to see it. — © Clint Walker
I seldom ever missed a Gary Cooper picture if I could manage to see it.
Shane was a classic, and you can't find a better bad guy than Jack Palance.
Well, The Dirty Dozen was like a vacation.
There is a lot of stuff now that is in bad taste, and I don't see the necessity for it all. We didn't have to do it in our time, and they don't have to do it now.
That tv box has a tremendous capacity to reach people.
As a youngster I worked the river boats going down the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers, pushing barges to Chicago, then all the way down to New Orleans.
End your day with a smile, a happy thought, and a grateful heart.
Without chiropractic care, I couldn't have existed with my work as a TV and film actor.
So, I got into the law enforcement game. I worked for an outfit called Newton Detective Agency for a while. I worked eight hours on the waterfront making sure the longshoremen didn't take too many things.
Another thing I recall was falling in love with Shirley Temple when I was nine or ten.
When the War ended in 1945, I started selling vacuum cleaners door to door. Then I sold insurance door to door. I even tried selling cars.
Because I had worked the river boats some summers, pushing as far as New Orleans, I joined the Merchant Marine.
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