Wayne Morris
Wayne Morris
Wayne Morris, born Bert DeWayne Morris in Los Angeles, was an American film and television actor, as well as a decorated World War II fighter ace. He appeared in many notable films, including Paths of Glory, The Bushwackers (1952) and the title role of Kid Galahad in 1937. While filming Flight Angels (1940), Morris became interested in flying and became a pilot.
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Season Spots on Line at SpringfieldRaceway Transport Graphics Championships - WhoWon.com
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The real battle will be for third place as Oklahoma's Wayne morris has locked-up the second place spot.James Redus,Oklahoma's Jeremy Thulin,Young Bret Testerman and newcomer Philip Schloesser race for a top 5 finish. Grandstand Gates open at 5PM with
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Cambridge Main Street announces car show results - CambridgeChronicle.com (blog)
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Original/Restored Stock 1960 to 1969: Wayne Morris, Cambridge, 1969 Chevy Nova, first; Garey and Joetta Carey, Lynn Center, 1962 Chevy Impala Convertible, second and Eugene and Sharon Woods, Galesburg, 1967 Pontiac GTO two-door hardtop and Steve and
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15 arrests in county and town drug sweep - Mechanicsville Local
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—Travis Wayne Morris, 13000 blk. Winston Road, Ashland, distribution of heroin—wanted. —Perter O'Brien Shelton, 600 block S. Taylor Street, Ashland, distribution of crack cocaine. —Tyran Randell Tillman, 300 block Arlington Street, Ashland,
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Note from the Newsroom: The Cemetary Club - Polson Lake County Leader
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Sam, played by real life butcher Wayne Morris, is there visiting his ex-wife and immediately attracts Lucille's attention. But Sam is looking at someone else. Ida, the glue of the cemetery club, has caught his eye. Despite the serious, and at times
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Kent extends landfill comment deadline - The Star Democrat
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Attending the closed session were: VanPelt; Planning Director Gail Owings; County Attorney Tom Yeager; Director of Public Works Wayne Morris; Marty Holden, division chief at Public Works; attorney and engineer Roger Truitt, who has extensive experience
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ESPN launch coaching masterclass - ESPN.co.uk
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Wayne Morris, Head of Community at Premiership Rugby, said: "The ESPN Premiership Rugby Masterclasses are a great opportunity for the rugby community to benefit from ESPN coming to town to broadcast live at one of our clubs. ESPN and the Premiership
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Transactions for July 31, 2011 - Reading Eagle
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Alfred Deangelis and Frances Deangelis to Wayne Morris, 127 Hawthorne Court, $145000. Rosarene D. Kunkle to Rosarene D. Kunkle, Mark C. Kunkle and Kevin J. Kunkle, 166 Hickory Lane. Grande Land LP and Grande Management Corp. to Francis P. Talarico and
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Fire and EMS Crews Train for Reality - KEZI TV
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So it's absolutely realistic training for what we do out on the streets," said Wayne Morris, Eugene Fire. It's real up to a point because these victims are actually actors. But the goals and the challenges are the same. "We can practice and actually go
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Oregon Sen Wayne Morris dies July 22 1974 - Politico
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On this day in 1974, Wayne Morse, a maverick senator from Oregon for 24 years, who thrived on controversy, died at age 73 while campaigning as the Democratic nominee to regain the seat he had narrowly lost to Robert Packwood in 1968
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Bones stolen from First Nations grave - Vancouver Sun
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Chief Wayne Morris of Tsartlip First Nation said such incidents are particularly disturbing for elders. "We still have a lot of beliefs intact from our ancestors," said Morris. "They shouldn't have been disturbed in the first place and now we need to
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Prosecutors won't seek death penalty in Provo slaying - Salt Lake Tribune
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Yuri Sanchez Lara, Darrell Wayne Morris and Danny LeRoy Logue appeared in 4th District Court on Tuesday, each charged with aggravated murder in connection with the May 17 death of 32-year-old Andy Purcell. “We took it very seriously as to whether we
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Man accused of contract killing gets lawyer - Daily Herald
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Along with Logue, prosecutors also have charged Yuri Sanchez Lara, 35, and Darrell Wayne Morris, 38, with aggravated murder and other charges related to the slaying. Lara is represented by private attorney David Brown, while Morris is represented by a
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Spectrum holds out for 2014 restructure - Inside Housing
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'Based on 2006 logic it was a perfectly reasonable assumption that we could further collapse the group in the long term…that we would be able to re-finance the new group on more advantageous terms and make further efficiency savings,' says Wayne
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Wayne Morris
    FORTIES
  • 1959
    Age 45
    Died on September 14, 1959.
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  • 1957
    Age 43
    He made an unusual career move in 1957, making his Broadway debut as a washed-up boxing champ in William Saroyan's The Cave Dwellers.
    More Details Hide Details He also appeared as a weakling Lieutenant Roget, one of the main characters, in Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory (1957).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1942
    Age 28
    With war in the wind, he joined the Naval Reserve and became a Navy flier in 1942, leaving his film career behind for the duration of the war.
    More Details Hide Details Flying the F6F Hellcat off the aircraft carrier USS Essex, Morris shot down seven Japanese planes and contributed to the sinking of five ships. He was awarded four Distinguished Flying Crosses and two Air Medals. Morris was considered by the Navy as physically 'too big' to fly fighters. After being turned down several times as a fighter pilot, he went to his uncle-in-law, Cdr. David McCampbell, imploring him for the chance to fly fighters. Cdr. McCampbell said "Give me a letter." He flew with the VF-15, the famed "McCampbell Heroes." He married Patricia O'Rourke, an Olympic swimmer, and sister to B-movie actress Peggy Stewart. Following the war, Morris returned to films, but his nearly four-year absence had cost him his burgeoning stardom. He continued to act in movies, but the pictures, for the most part, sank in quality. Losing his boyish looks but not demeanor, Morris spent most of the fifties in low-budget westerns.
  • 1937
    Age 23
    He appeared in many notable films, including Paths of Glory (1957), The Bushwackers (1952) and the title role of Kid Galahad in 1937.
    More Details Hide Details While filming Flight Angels (1940), Morris became interested in flying and became a pilot.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1914
    Age 0
    Born on February 17, 1914.
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