Jack Palance (1919-2006)  US Army Air Corps. 455th bomb group. Required facial reconstruction from terrible injuries received in 1943 when as a student pilot, he had to bail out of a burning B-24 Liberator bomber during a training flight over Arizona.  Previously he was a boxer.

Jack Palance was in the US Army Air Corps bomb group]. He required facial reconstruction from terrible injuries received in 1943 when, as a student pilot, he had to bail out of a burning Liberator bomber during a training flight over Arizona

JACK PALANCE (1919 - 2000) - www.remix-numerisation.fr

Jack Palance born Volodymyr Palahnisek in Pennsylvania. Wonderful supporting actor on Broadway & film. Debut in 1950 film "Panic in the Streets; 1953 film "Man in the Attic.

Jack Palance, they don't make character actors like Jack anymore - simply the best.

Jack Palance born Volodymyr Palahniuk February 18 1919 November 10 2006 was an American actor During half a century of film and television appearances

Film homage, Jack Palance, "Monte Walsh," 1970, Old Tucson, Arizona by David Lee Guss, via Flickr

Jack Palance - Nobody could play a hard boiled character like this man. He was a supporting actor in many films but he is probably best known for his role as the crusty old cowpoke in the City Slicker movies.


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