Rumple. Musical comedy. Music by Ernest G. Schweikert. Lyrics by Frank Reardon. Book by Irving Phillips. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal
. Musical Director: Frederick Dvonch. Dance arrangements by Robert Atwood. Choreographed by Bob Hamilton. Directed by Jack Donohue. Alvin Theatre: 6 Nov 1957- 14 Dec 1957 (45 performances). ...
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(2013, on landing Friends) They'd done a pilot, they'd been picked up by NBC, and I knew they were going to be on around Mad About You and Seinfeld, but they were not yet in production. They sent me a script, and... there wasn't much in it, but they wanted me to play the father of David Schwimmer and Courteney Cox. I didn't know if I'd do it. There wasn't much money in it for me, so I didn't ...
Was a major box office star in 1970 and 1971, but according to Robert Altman
, Gould hadn't been able to find a job for six months when he hired him for The Long Goodbye
(1973). Critic Hollis Alpert
speculated that Gould's anti-heroic character was extremely popular with campus radicals, and once radicalism declined around the time of Richard Nixon
's re-election in 1972, Gould's popularity also ...
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