Springtime for Henry (Revival). Written by Benn W. Levy
. Directed by Harald Bromley. John Golden Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre fro, 2 Apr 1951- close): 14 Mar 1951- 28 Apr 1951 (53 performances). Cast: Edward Everett Horton
(as "Mr. Dewlip") [final Broadway role], Ursula Howells (as "Miss Smith"), Haila Stoddard (as "Mrs....
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E.E. Horton | Edward Horton
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[on Rita Hayworth
] She was so sweet and hard-working. She asked me to watch her work out her dance routines and go over her lines with her. I'd tell her little things and she'd whisper, "Don't tell the director, please." She was so modest and affectionate.
His parents, Edward Everett Horton Sr. and Isabella (Diack), were Scottish immigrants. He was the eldest of four children - George, Winter Davis, and Hannahbelle were his other siblings. The family remained close throughout their lives. Edward's mother lived with him until she died at the age of 101. His brothers and sister also spent their later years residing at his Encino estate.