John Agar

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Age: 93
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

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John G. Agar (January 31, 1921 – April 7, 2002) was an American actor. He starred alongside John Wayne in the films Sands of Iwo Jima and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, but was later relegated to B movies, such as Tarantula, The Mole People, The Brain from Planet Arous, Flesh and the Spur, and Hand of Death. He also starred with Lucille Ball in the 1951 movie The Magic Carpet.
Agar was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Lillian (née Rogers) and John Agar, Sr., a meat packer (see Agar Hams). He was educated at the Harvard School for Boys in Chicago and Lake Forest Academy in Lake Forest, Illinois and graduated from Trinity-Pawling Preparatory School in Pawling, New York, but did not attend college. He and his family moved from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1942, following his father’s death. During World War II he served in the Army Air Corps, and he was a sergeant at the time he left the army in 1946.
He was Shirley Temple's first husband (1945–1950), and they worked together in Fort Apache. His marriage to Temple lasted five years and they had one daughter together, Linda Susan Agar, who was later known as Susan Black, taking the surname of her stepfather Charles Alden Black. Following his divorce from Temple, Agar was married in 1951 to model Loretta Barnett Combs (1922–2000). They remained married until her death in 2000. They had two sons, Martin Agar and John G. Agar III. Agar died on April 7, 2002 at Burbank, California of complications from emphysema. He was buried beside his wife at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California.
Agar made six movies with John Wayne: Fort Apache, Sands of Iwo Jima, Big Jake, Chisum, The Undefeated and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon. He also made two movies with Shirley Temple, Fort Apache and Adventure in Baltimore, also starring Robert Young.
He is mentioned in the Frank Zappa song "The Radio is Broken" from the album The Man From Utopia (1983).

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Movie Character Year
Yf8o85jm6zotlhrrdiqb7r1peuz Breakthrough Lt. Joe Mallory 1950
2y03jc4v1k56knzayasynabgxas Along the Great Divide Billy Shear 1951
Dhwlzdnivqlhc7mvf4qxex1wifm The Magic Carpet Abdullah al Husan / Dr. Ramoth / The Scarlet Falcon 1951
Chw5aisk74etpglprqewpozqcd Bait Ray Brighton 1954
7monnjpm71uxpnjpy1lzweu2olo The Rocket Man Tom Baxter 1954
9kgna6b2fhyzzvk29toeabimb1a Tarantula Dr. Matt Hastings 1955
76oovoehh0cujivnxg0sutsnzu5 Flesh and the Spur Luke Random 1956
Cqtpspzomh24fpviw4nsjjcegnu Daughter of Dr. Jekyll George Hastings 1957
I7ybqou4qhbj0h4bgjrgwnhxolp The Brain from Planet Arous Steve March 1957
X5ezxhlpq4ysfcqnzvfihaj4nv1 Jet Attack Capt. Tom Arnett 1958
Hvrpgh6ahmw6feook0vscrxqlp5 Night Fright Sheriff Clint Crawford 1967
Jcz7v0x4djjb9x440kwpgrogjoo The Undefeated Christian 1969
Rz2lu3vnsvprvafhucfczdahgrf Chisum Amos Patton 1970
Suyhbiqrevsdcbne40xbih2eeig Big Jake Bert Ryan 1971
Lke64cscferu41kxfnpqxwid1wx King Kong 1976
Ok2akqweqwlmnmdi0tykng6vq3t Mr. No Legs Police Captain 1979
4lljd6o4xz2ggqlhhdbnl4u7eke Perfect Victims Dog-Walking Neighbor 1988
Zvkqco4kaj3evcgkhb7pnea3m3r Miracle Mile Ivan Peters 1988