Danton's Death. Drama (revival). Music by Marc Blitzstein
. Written by Geoffrey Dunlop. Based on the German of Georg Buchner
. Scenic Design by Jan Tichacek. Directed by Orson Welles
. Mercury Theatre: 2 Nov 1938- Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: William Alland
(as "Servant to Danton"), Ellen Andrews (as "...
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[on Everett Sloane
] You know how he was so ugly there was a certain beauty about him. But he had his nose altered, wore contact lenses instead of his thick glasses, had his hair straightened, and no one wanted him. He became so morose that he walked out into the middle of the road and killed himself.
Before his celebrated appearance as Charles Foster Kane's best friend, Jed Leland, in Citizen Kane
(1941), he appears as one of the reporters in the March of Time parody sequence early in the film. He is seated in the back of the projection room, in the last row at the far left, and is only clearly visible in one shot, but his voice along with that of Everett Sloane
's (who plays Bernstein) can ...
Wavy hair, tall frame, cleft chin.