A Rainy Day in Newark. Farce. Written by Howard Teichmann
. Directed by Albert Marre
. Belasco Theatre: 22 Oct 1963- 26 Oct 1963 (7 performances). Cast: Tom Ahearne (as "Harry Untermeyer"), Milo Boulton (as "Milo Boulton"), Rex Everhart (as "Lionel Davis"), Ivor Francis
(as "Maurice Endicott"), Dody Goodman
(as "Elizabeth Lamb"), ...
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Did You Know?
(2011, on how he'd like to be remembered) As a decent actor. As someone who tried to portray what was given to them in an honest fashion. I don't know, beyond that. I don't think about that often, to be honest. I'm at an age where I should think about it.
In a 2004 Vanity Fair story on him, Dustin Hoffman
, and Robert Duvall
, Hackman said one of the worst memories of being a struggling actor, was working as a doorman in New York City. He recalled having seen former Marine officers pass him by when opening the door for them, of which one had said "Hackman, you're a sorry son of a bitch."