No More Ladies. Comedy [Return engagement]. Written by A.E. Thomas
. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble
. Booth Theatre: 22 Oct 1934- Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/141 performances). Produced by Lee Shubert.
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The Hollywood roles I did were boring: I was soon fed up with them. It's true they gave me a world-wide reputation I could trade on, but they also typed me as a one-dimensional non-serious actor.
According to the March 31, 1941, issue of Time magazine, Douglas and Edward G. Robinson
, who were both Democratic activists, bid $3,200 for the fedora hat that 'Franklin Delano Roosevelt' had worn during his three successful campaigns for the presidency. They acquired the hat at a special Hollywood auction to benefit the Motion Picture Relief Fund. Douglas was active in liberal and progressive ...
He often played smooth characters with a strong sense of humor