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Strother Martin

Born Mars 26, 1919 in Kokomo, Indiana, USA
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Strother Martin (March 26, 1919 – August 1, 1980) was an American actor in numerous films and television programs. Martin is perhaps best known as the prison "captain" in the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke, where he uttered the line, "What we've got here is...failure to communicate."

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as "George Westinghouse"
Hotwire (1980)
as "The Weasel"
as "Parody Jones"
The Champ (1979)
as "Riley"
Nightwing (1979)
as "Selwyn"
as "Louis Monk"
as "Turtle Ranch Boss"
The End (1978)
as "Dr. Waldo Kling"
as "Arnold Stoner"
Slap Shot (1977)
as "Joe McGrath"
as ""
as "Shanghai McCoy"
Hard Times (1975)
as "Poe"
Sssssss (1973)
as "Dr. Carl Stoner"
as "Bill Garrett"
as "Rufus Clemens"
as "Lee Cottrill"
as "Doc Duncan"
as "John Cloyd"
as "Bowen"
as "Percy Garris"
as "Coffer"
True Grit (1969)
as "Colonel G. Stonehill"
as "Lovick"
as "Captain"
as "Trumbull"
as "Strother (uncredited)"
Harper (1966)
as "Claude"
as "Ned Ross"
Shenandoah (1965)
as "Train Engineer"
Brainstorm (1965)
as "Mr. Clyde"
as "Fiddler"
McLintock! (1963)
as "Agard"
Showdown (1963)
as "Charlie Reeder"
as "Parson"
as "Virgil"
as "Ben Stocker"
as "Thurm"
Cowboy (1958)
as "Trailhand Bitten by Rattlesnake"
as "Deputy Petey Walker"
Copper Sky (1957)
as "Pokey"
as "Thorny"
Attack (1956)
as "Sgt. Ingersol"
as "Nihka (uncredited)"
as "Pvt. Dan O'Hirons"
as "Harvey Wallace"
as "Marine in Audience at Court-martial (uncredited)"
as "Co-Pilot"
as "Soldier (uncredited)"
as "William Doldy"
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