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Dwan is buried at San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills, CA, Section F, Tier 18, Grave 62. He had once used the mission grounds as a location for his silent feature Tide of Empire (1929). Just as he was fond of opening his films with a poem...
[on Douglas Fairbanks] Stunt men have had to imitate him and it always looked like a stunt when they did it. With him it always looked right.
Joseph Aloysius Dwan
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
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