Appeared (as "Lally") in "Lally" on Broadway. Written by Henry Stillman. Directed by John D. Williams. Greenwich Village Theatre: 8 Feb 1927-Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Patricia Barclay (as "Isolde Lally"), France Bendtsen (as "Malvinski"), Robert Collyer (as "Stravinski Lally"), F.H. Day (as "...
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I learn the lines and pray to God.
Although they lived in Pennsylvania, Rains did not want his daughter to have a Pennsylvanian accent. He taught her to pronounce words the way he did, and he was successful. Also, as a young child, she stuttered and Rains' cure for this was for everyone in the house to sing everything they wanted to say, which worked.
Acted with his eyes, unmistakable voice