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    Age, Biography and Wiki. Delmer Daves (Delmer Lawrence Daves) was born on 24 July, 1904 in San Francisco, California, USA, is a Writer, Director, Actor. Discover Delmer Daves's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates.

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    Broken Arrow Delmer Daves. Broken Arrow is director Delmer Daves' 1950 film starring James Stewart as Tom Jeffords, Jeff Chandler as Cochise, and Debra Paget as Sonseeahray. The film follows Stewart's Jeffords as he tries to make peace between Apache Indians and settlers in... Study Guide.

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    Biography: Delmer Daves (July 24, 1904 - August 17, 1977) was an American screenwriter, director, and producer.

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    Delmer Daves was an American actor, screenwriter, director, and producer.

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    Daves, Delmer. (July 24, 1904 – August 17, 1977) A screenwriter for Warner Bros. Kay and Daves had a long-running affair after her one with Maurice Chevalier hit the skids. Her relationship with Delmer went on for about 2 years, ending in the fall of 1937 when she wrote in her diary, “I am sick of his superiority” on September 20, 1937.

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    Jeff Chandler was born as Ira Grossel on December 15, 1918, in Brooklyn, New York, USA, to Phillip Grossel and Anna. His parents separated when he was a child. He studied at Erasmus Hall High School where one of his schoolmates was Susan Hayward. He worked as a restaurant cashier and studied art for a year.

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    Early years

    Born in New York City, Don­ahue was the son of a re­tired stage ac­tress and the man­ager of the mo­tion-pic­ture de­part­ment of Gen­eral Mo­tors.Don­ahue stated in a 1959 in­ter­view: "I can re­mem­ber al­ways being ex­posed to Broad­way and the­ater peo­ple", he added in 1984. "I can re­mem­ber sit­ting with Gertrude Lawrence while she read her re­views in The King and I." To please his par­ents, Don­ahue at­tended a New York mil­i­tary acad­emy, where he met Fran­cis Ford Cop­pola. He was...


    One evening, pro­ducer William Asher and di­rec­tor James Shel­don spot­ted Don­ahue in a diner in Mal­ibu and arranged for a screen test with Co­lum­bia Pic­tures, but it was un­suc­cess­ful. Some time later, Don­ahue was in a car ac­ci­dent in which he drove off a road and plunged 40 feet down a canyon. Ac­tress Fran Ben­nett in­tro­duced him to agent Henry Will­son, who rep­re­sented Rock Hud­son, among oth­ers. Will­son signed him and changed his name to Troy Donahue. "At first they had P...


    Don­ahue signed with Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios in Oc­to­ber 1956. They started him off in small roles in films such as Man Afraid, Man of a Thou­sand Faces, The Tar­nished An­gels, Above All Things, and The Mono­lith Mon­sters(all 1957). In 1958, he was also used in Sum­mer Love, and had a slightly big­ger part in Live Fast, Die Young. He began ap­pear­ing on TV in a guest part in Man With­out a Gun. This was fol­lowed by parts in This Happy Feel­ing, Wild Her­itage, Voice in the Mir­ror, The Per­...

    Don­ahue was mar­ried four times and had one child, Sean. His first mar­riage was to ac­tress Suzanne Pleshette, with whom he had twice co-starred in films. They wed on Jan­u­ary 5, 1964, in Bev­erly Hills,and di­vorced nine months later. On Oc­to­ber 21, 1966, Don­ahue mar­ried ac­tress Va­lerie Allen in Dublin, Ireland.They sep­a­rated in April 1967, and she filed for di­vorce in April 1968, charg­ing him with cru­elty, di­vorc­ing in No­vem­ber 1968. Don­ahue's third mar­riage was to ex­ec­u­tive sec­re­tary Alma Sharpe. They mar­ried on No­vem­ber 15, 1969, in Roanoke, Vir­ginia. "I couldn't take care of my­self, and I knew this friend would take me under her wing", he says. They di­vorced in 1972.Don­ahue's fourth and final mar­riage was to land de­vel­oper Vicki Tay­lor. They were mar­ried in 1979 and di­vorced in 1981. In his final years, Don­ahue was in a long-term re­la­tion­ship with mezzo-so­prano Zheng Cao, to whom he was en­gaged and with whom he lived in Santa Mon­ica,...

    On Au­gust 30, 2001, Don­ahue suf­fered a heart at­tack and was ad­mit­ted to Saint John's Health Cen­terin Santa Mon­ica. He died three days later on Sep­tem­ber 2 at the age of 65.

    Box office ranking

    1. 1960: voted 5th most likely star of Tomorrow 2. 1961: 24th most popular star in the US 3. 1963: 20th most popular star in the US

    Theatre credits

    1. Stalag 17(1953) 2. The Owl and the Pussycat(1966) 3. Poor Richard(1967)

    Troy Donahue was one of the inspirations for The Simpsons character Troy McClure, along with Doug McClure, and a measure of the character's voice actor Phil Hartman.
    Donahue is mentioned in the song "Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee", from the 1971 musical Grease, reflecting his status as a teen idol at the time in which the action is set. The line, which is performe...
    Donahue is also mentioned in the song "Mother" in the musical A Chorus Line, when the character Bobby sings, "If Troy Donahue could be a movie star, then I could be a movie star."
    Troy Donahue at IMDb
    Troy Donahue at AllMovie
    Troy Donahue at the TCM Movie Database
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