He acted in Maxwell Anderson's play, "Joan of Lorraine," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Judith Evelyn in the cast.
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[in 1986 interview, on Marilyn Monroe
] She was a vulnerable kid. Murder to work with because she was scared to death of acting--even when she became a big movie actress. We had a hell of a time getting her out of the dressing room. When it was five o'clock, it got irritating: "C'mon, Marilyn, we want to go home!: She was a movie animal. Something happened between the lens and the film. Nobody ...
Despite playing heartless killers and bigots on film, he personally denounced all kinds of violence and the usage of guns. He admitted that once he went fishing and regretted the fact he caught a trout and took its life. He also apologized profusely to Sidney Poitier
during the shoot of the movie No Way Out
(1950) after filming scenes together which called for Widmark to spew out racist remarks.