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Filmography by type for
Alan Squier (Character)
from The Petrified Forest (1936)

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The Petrified Forest -- Oscar-winner Humphrey Bogart stars as Duke Mantee, an escaped convict who holds customers hostage at a remote desert diner.
The Petrified Forest -- Trailer for this film based on the Broadway hit

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Philip Artveld


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  1. Der versteinerte Wald (1957) (TV) Played by Pinkas Braun
  2. The Petrified Forest (1956) (TV) Played by Andrew Osborn
  3. "Producers' Showcase"
        - The Petrified Forest (1955) TV episode, Played by Henry Fonda
  4. "Celanese Theatre"
        - The Petrified Forest (1952) TV episode, Played by David Niven
  5. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - The Petrified Forest (1951) TV episode, Played by Douglass Montgomery
  6. "Robert Montgomery Presents"
        - The Petrified Forest (1950) TV episode, Played by Robert Montgomery
  1. Escape in the Desert (1945) Played by Philip Dorn (as Philip Artveld)

  2. The Petrified Forest (1936) Played by Leslie Howard
    ... aka "Petrified Forest" - USA (poster title)

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From The Petrified Forest (1936)
Gramp Maple: But let me tell you one thing, Mr. Squier. The woman don't live or ever did live that's worth five thousand dollars!
Alan Squier: Well, let me tell you something. You're a forgetful old fool. Any woman's worth everything that any man has to give: anguish, ecstasy, faith, jealousy, love, hatred, life or death. Don't you see that's the whole excuse for our existence? It's what makes the whole thing possible and tolerable.
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