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Lloyd Bridges

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As time went on, I got envious and wanted to do a lot of stunts myself.

— Lloyd Bridges

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Bear Valley is the hidden treasure of the Sierra.

— Lloyd Bridges

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Carrying those double tanks around all the time got to be a little rough on me. I had to put that damn wetsuit on and take it off, sometimes three or four times a day.

— Lloyd Bridges

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For four years doing that same character all the time kind of bothered me. Butit opened up a lot of doors.

— Lloyd Bridges

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I needed to feed my family. I read a couple of the episodes. How can you keep on doing the same thing?

— Lloyd Bridges

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I'm foremost an actor. I feel embarrassed being compared to the guys who really work at it. I fake it, I make believe I know all about it, which is what you're supposed to do as an actor.

— Lloyd Bridges

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Sea Hunt was the first time anyone tackled a show that took place underwater. The stories were sort of exciting for kids, like cops and robbers underwater.

— Lloyd Bridges

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There's a lot to be said about what's happening to our ocean, big companies polluting it with their oil and all the raw garbage that's being spilled in there.

— Lloyd Bridges

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We wanted to set a good example for the growing number of divers watching.

— Lloyd Bridges

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We worked under a lot of pressure... three days to do an episode, sometimes two in a week, 39 episodes a year.

— Lloyd Bridges

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Later he appeared in Paper Dolls (1984) and Capital News (1990) both for ABC and again with Harts of the West (1993–1994) this time for CBS a comedy/western set on a dude ranch in Nevada. Early life
Bridges was born in San Leandro California the son of Harriet Evelyn (née Brown) (1893-1950) and Lloyd Vernet Bridges Sr. In addition he was a regular cast member in the Rod Serling western series The Loner (which lasted one season from 1965 to 1966; Bridges pulled out in disagreement over the violent content of the show) and in the two NBC failures San Francisco International Airport (1970/71) and a Police Story spin-off Joe Forrester (1975–76).

(January 15 1913 – March 10 1998) was an American actor who starred in a number of television series and appeared in more than 150 feature films. Lloyd Vernet Bridges Jr.

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