The Mother (1939). Drama. Written by Karel Capek
. English version by Miles Malleson and Paul Selver. Directed by Miles Malleson. Lyceum Theatre: 25 Apr 1939- Apr 1939 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Stephen Ker Appleby, Reginald Bach, Alan Brixey, Edward Broadley
(as "The Old Man"), Montgomery Clift
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I keep my family out of my public life because it can be an awful nuisance to them. What's my mother going to tell strangers anyway? That I was a cute baby and that she's terribly proud of me? Nuts. Who cares?
His father was a violent, abusive, ultra-conservative bigot and did not get along with his son. As an actor, whenever Clift was playing characters snapping as they went up against ignorance or brutality, Clift was said to have acted with his father in mind as an antagonist.
Often played emotionally tortured men