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  • My memory of Victor Mature

    • John Vaughn
    • 2014-04-22

    I can only say that I have seen Victor Mature in "The Robe".....but his image, strength of character and contribution to the power of this movie will forever be burned into my mind and soul. I never fail to feel the emotion he portrays as the tormented but honorable greek slave and his conversion to Christianity. A powerful performance in a magnicent film. John Vaughn

  • Photo of Mature and Lamarr

    • don
    • 2014-01-26

    I've always been a fan of Victor Mature since I can remember. I was in Bali, Indonesia twenty years ago and found a movie release of Samson & Delilah in French, framed in a wonderful frame. Since items are cheap over there, I'd thought I'd get this photo for about twenty dollars. I wound up paying two hundred dollars and then having it packed for the airplane back. It's a wonderful photo measuring about 20" x 28". He's part of the American golden era of film....

  • DESERVES MORE CREDIT FOR ACTING ABILITY

    • Susan
    • 2008-10-30

    My favorite movie is "The Las Vegas Story". Mr. Mature could act. Sure wish he appeared in more movies that showcased his range.

  • STELLA

    • shelley drew
    • 2008-08-03

    THIS MOVIE WAS NOT LISTED. ANN SHERIDAN WAS HIS CO-STAR. VERY FUNNY MOVIE. I'M FROM BOSTON AND THERE WAS A COMEDIAN FROM BOSTON IN IT.

  • victor mature

    • autumn
    • 2008-04-26

    TCM, My mother, Loretta Mature, is Victor's widow. They did not divorce. Please update your bio. Thank you so much for saying nice things about my father on my mothers BD. It was so nice to hear his voice and see him again. My mother was very happy and wanted me to thank you. Will you be playing any more of his movies soon. 7 days leave shows his true personality. He was a very loviing man. Thank you again, Autumn

  • Victor Mature

    • aeveremde
    • 2008-03-09

    Victor Mature's last wife was my mother Loretta Mature who had his only child Victoria Mature. Victoria is in the new film "As you like it" You should check out the reviews of the three movie tailers on utube. I'm very proud of my little sister. http://youtube.com/watch?v=ohgYxNWjBrA Trailer 1 http://youtube.com/watch?v=ABp0QPCT5sg Trailer 2 Autumn

  • Wonderful person

    • James George
    • 2008-03-08

    It was a pleasure working with Mr. Mature. Decent, unasuming and professonal. I liked the guy.

  • An Actor With A Great Sense of Humor

    • Bill Giesin
    • 2007-02-19

    I come from the same hometown as Victor Mature (Louisville, Kentucky). Vic had a great sense of humor. During the shooting of Cecil B. DeMille's Samson and Delilah, Vic refused to wrestle with "Jackie the Lion" during a fight scene. DeMille explained that the lion didn't have any teeth.... and Vic told him "I don't plan to be gummed to death either". Vic talked fellow actor and former Kentucky Military Instutute school mate, Jim Bachus, into going with him to a nearby bar during the shooting of Androcoles and the Lion. Both men startled the bartender as they were still dressed in their Roman soldier uniforms. Vic casually responded, "What's the matter...don't you serve men in uniform!"

  • An Actor With A Great Sense of Humor

    • Bill Giesin
    • 2007-02-19

    I come from the same hometown as Victor Mature (Louisville, Kentucky). Vic had a great sense of humor. During the shooting of Cecil B. DeMille's Samson and Delilah, Vic refused to wrestle with "Jackie the Lion" during a fight scene. DeMille explained that the lion didn't have any teeth.... and Vic told him "I don't plan to be gummed to death either". Vic talked fellow actor and former Kentucky Military Instutute school, Jim Bachus, into going with him to a nearby bar during the shooting of Androcoles and the Lion. Both men startled the bartender as they were still dressed in their Roman soldier uniforms. Vic casually responded, "What's the matter...don't you serve men in uniform!"

  • mature country club wannabee

    • danny falcone
    • 2006-09-07

    victor mature on wanting to join a country club was told that no actor's were aloud. mature replied that he was no actor and he had 57 movies to prove it.

  • Victor Mature - Always Remembered!

    • Patty K.
    • 2006-01-31

    I will always remember Victor Mature - not only for his handsome looks but for his acting as well. He really was a good actor but, because of his good looks, a lot of people didn't think so. He was definitely a handsome man with much talent. I miss him in the movies; always enjoyed his performances. Sincerely, Patty K. :-)

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