Moby Dick. Drama. Written by Orson Welles
[final Broadway credit]. Adapted from "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville
. Incidental music by Harold Glick. Directed by Douglas Campbell
. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 28 Nov 1962- 8 Dec 1962 (13 performances). Cast: Judith Doty
(as "Young Actress' Understudy"), Bill Fletcher (as "Member of the ...
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I like watching Charles Chaplin, Harry Baur, Spencer Tracy, Paul Muni. I like to watch any good actor. When I'm depressed, I'll look around for a bad film, like the old films with chariot races and pulling down the temples and that. I find them very relaxing, like reading a comic book.
Campaigned vigorously for a role in The Godfather
(1972), which began shooting in early 1971, three years after Steiger had reached the top of his craft, receiving the Academy Award for Best Actor his role as the sheriff in In the Heat of the Night
(1967). Surprisingly, the role Steiger wanted was not the title role of Don Vito Corleone (eventually played by his On the Waterfront
His chunky frame and serious-looking face