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Tom Landry (I) (1924–2000)

Tom Landry was born on September 11, 1924 in Mission, Texas, USA as Thomas Wade Landry. He was married to Alicia Mildred Wiggs. He died on February 12, 2000 in Dallas, Texas. See full bio »


(age 75) in Dallas, Texas, USA

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The NFL on CBS Self - Dallas Cowboys Head Coach / Self - New York Giants Defensive Coordinator / Slf - New York Giants Defensive Coordinator
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TV commercial for the American Express Card credit card (1982).

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6' 1" (1.85 m)

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[on Coach Don Coryell]: When he went to St. Louis he was far ahead of everybody as far as what they did with the ball. When he went to San Diego, he was one of the first real forerunners of the passing game we see today. It was a shame he could never make it to the Super Bowl.


He had twenty consecutive winning seasons as coach of the Dallas Cowboys are a record and considered to be his most impressive professional accomplishment. See more »


Always wore a fedora while coaching the Dallas Cowboys

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