(1958-1959) He acted in William Gibson
's play, "Two for the Seesaw", at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, East Sussex, England in 1958 and at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England in 1959, with Gerry Jedd
in the cast. Arthur Penn
was the director.
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[on film producer Ross Hunter
] He's a very pleasant man. He may sound like Reader's Digest, but he believes every word he says. He's never lost touch with Disneyland.
Three decades before the controversy over
losing the Best Picture Academy Award to
, there was a similar controversy involving
Sunday Bloody Sunday
, one of the first openly and unapologetically gay-themed motion pictures, and the macho police-thriller
The French Connection
, after the awarding of the Oscars for 1971...