The Gentle People. Drama. Written by Irwin Shaw
. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Harold Clurman
. Belasco Theatre: 5 Jan 1939- May 1939 (closing date unknown/141 performances). Cast: Katherine Allen, Roman Bohnen
(as "Philip Anagnos"), Harry Bratsburg, Grover Burgess
(as "Judge"), Lee J. Cobb
(as "Lammanawitz"), ...
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Cpl. Karl Malden | Malden Sekulovich
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[on his friends's and his own experience working in the steel mills]: He said, 'You're a fool. You realized there are people here, who aren't working, and having worked in 3 in 4 to 5 years, and you got a job, you're the one of the lucky ones, you got a job, and now you're going to leave.' From where he came, he felt this is the greatest thing that could've ever happened to him. This country gave...
Born Mladen Sekulovich, he always regretted that in order to become an actor, he had to change his name. Since he was proud of his heritage, when he starred in a movie or on TV, he insisted that a character carry his family name: In On the Waterfront
(1954), Fred Gwynne
's character was named "Sekulovich".
His expansive manner.