Knock Knock (1976). Comedy. Written by Jules Feiffer
. Directed by Marshall W. Mason
[earliest Broadway credit]. Biltmore Theatre: 24 Feb 1976- 3 Jul 1976 (152 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Neil Flanagan (as "Abe"), Judd Hirsch
(as "Wiseman/Messenger/Gambler/Judge/Joan's Voices"), Daniel Seltzer (as "Cohn"), Nancy Snyder (as...
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5' 8" (1.73 m)
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His military records from the National Archives show that he arrived in Normandy on June 15, 1944 and was wounded the same day by shrapnel from an exploding German "S" mine. He received his first and only Purple Heart for this wound. Arlington National Cemetery recently recut his headstone to reflect the award of only one Purple Heart Medal. His medical records state that all the shrapnel was ...
Usually has played burly and tough but genial characters