Appeared in George Bernard Shaw
's "Arms and the Man," in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England, with John Standing, Sarah Badel
, Judith Arthy, Margaret Courtenay, Richard Kane and Charles Lloyd Pack in the cast. John Clements was director.
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Lawrence Harvey | Hirsch Skikne
6' (1.83 m)
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[on Julie Christie
] She is marvelous, absolutely adorable, enchanting, sexy, alive, vibrant, astute, clever and knowledgeable.
Appears briefly in a scene in Tony Richardson
's The Charge of the Light Brigade
(1968), sitting in a theater audience near Trevor Howard
as the crowd shouts out "Black bottle." Harvey had planned to make a film about the charge, even to the extent of bidding for the original Light Brigade bugle when it was up for auction in 1964. The dueling productions led to a lawsuit: As part of a settlement ...
Powerful intensity, often added to an underlying sense of menace