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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on him and Hackman as young stage actors and roommates in New York] Psychologically, Gene/myself, we did not think about making it in the terms that people think about. We fully expected to be failures for our entire life. Meaning that we would always be scrambling to get a part. We were actors. We had no pretensions. There was more dignity in being unsuccessful.
Along with Margot Kidder
, Hackman was appalled at the way Alexander Salkind
and Ilya Salkind
, the producers of the first three Superman films and 1984's Supergirl
(1984) film, had treated director Richard Donner
, who had directed the first Superman
(1978) and most of the second Superman film back-to-back before he was fired by the Salkinds over creative differences. Hackman, who said he only did ...