Appeared (as "Ensemble") in "Grand Street Follies" on Broadway. Musical revue. Book by / lyrics by / directed by Agnes Morgan. Additional music by William K. Irwin and Serge Walter
. Choreographed by Dave Gould. Booth Theatre: 1 May 1929-Jul 1928 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Hal Brogan (as "Ensemble"), Albert
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The things the world most needs are simplicity, honesty and decency--and you find them more often in the country than in the city. My feeling for the country goes beyond sense. I don't like to be in the cities at all. I like to be where animals are--and thing growing.
Often left the set early claiming he was too ill to continue filming in order to ensure an extra day of filming so that the extras and the film crew, whom he thought woefully underpaid, could get an additional day's salary.
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