Appeared (as "Mr. Hewitt") in "The Yankee Tourist" on Broadway. Musical/farce. Music by Alfred G. Robyn. Lyrics by Wallace Irwin. Stage adaption by Richard Harding Davis
, based on his play "The Galloper". Additional lyrics by William Jerome
. Additional music by Jean Schwartz
. Orchestra under the direction of John McGhie. ...
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Mr. Wallace Beery
5' 11½" (1.82 m)
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I like to play with Clark Gable. Folks seem surprised that we see quite a lot of each other outside the studio. .. He's a regular outdoors man and we're interested in the same things, guns and flying and stuff like that. He ain't no faintin' Romeo, the way they try to make him out.
He took up flying in 1925, and from then until 1941 he accumulated 14,000 hours of flight time as a pilot. While making Treasure Island
(1934) on Santa Catalina Island, he commuted daily by plane from his Beverly Hills home.