How Harry Morgan wanted to be Remembered

Yesterday the acting community lost a great actor and a great human being. I spent some time yesterday and today watching an interview conducted with Morgan in 2004 by the Archive of American Television. For 3.5 hours, Morgan discusses his career. The final question really caught my attention. Morgan was asked how he would like to be remembered. This was his response:

“Well I’d like to be remembered for being a fairly pleasant person and for having gotten along for the most part with all the people I worked with. And for having a wonderful life and for having enjoyed practically every minute of it especially in the picture business and on the stage. I think I’m one of the luckiest people in the world.”

A humble response from a truly humble man.

You can watch the full interview HERE.


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