Appeared (as "Elwood P. Doud"; replacement actor, 7/12/47-?) in "Harvey" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Mary Chase
. Scenic Design by John Root. Directed by Antoinette Perry
. 48th Street Theatre: 1 Nov 1944-15 Jan 1949 (1775 performances). Cast: Frank Fay
(as "Elwood P. Dowd"), Josephine Hull
, Dora Clement
(as "Betty Chumley"), ...
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6' 3" (1.91 m)
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[on draft-age men who evaded military service during the Vietnam war] I hate them! I absolutely hate them! Whether right or wrong, their country was at war and their country asked them to serve, and they refused and ran away. Cowards, that's what they were.
Stewart agreed to play a cameo role in The Shootist
(1976) only after John Wayne
specifically requested him. His short time on the film proved to be trying. The bad acoustics of the huge, hollow sound stages worsened his hearing difficulties, and he stayed by himself most of the time. He and Wayne muffed their lines so often in the main scene between them that director Don Siegel
accused them of ...
His stuttering voice, which has often been parodied to exaggerated effect.