Appeared (as "Randy Curtis; only Broadway role) in "Lady in the Dark" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by / Directed by Moss Hart
. Music by / Music Orchestrated by / Vocal Arrangements by Kurt Weill
. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
. Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel. Production Design / Lighting Design by / All Musical Sequences ...
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Although several sources suggest that Mature's family name was originally Maturi, United States and Austrian birth, immigration, census and other records, as well as Victor Mature himself, are quite clear that as of 1877, the family name was Mature.
Making use of his powerful physique, he became associated with "beefcake" scenes involving bondage and torture. In "Samson and Delilah" (1949) he was blinded and forced to turn a gristmill. In "The Robe" (1953) he suffered while stretched out on a torture-table inside a Roman dungeon. In "Zarak" (1957) he endured two separate floggings. In "Timbuktu" (1959) he found himself staked out, ...
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