Turpentine. Written by J.A. Smith and Peter Morell. Scenic Design by Manuel Essman. Directed by Emjo Basshe and Augustus Smith. Lafayette Theatre: 26 Jun 1936- Aug 1936 (closing date unknown/62 performances). Cast: Alonzo Bozan
, Estelle Hemsley
, Thurman Jackson
, John D. Johnson, Bertram Miller, Thomas Moseley, Alberta Perkins, ...
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[on Robert Ryan
] A disturbing mixture of anger and tenderness who had reached stardom by playing mostly brutal, neurotic roles that were at complete variance with his true nature.
His hatred for former partner Orson Welles
was notorious, and Houseman never passed up an opportunity to attack him, often on very personal grounds. He is known to have given a great deal of information, most of it false or misleading, to Pauline Kael
for her much-criticized essay, "Raising Kane". However, he could never escape from Welles' shadow, and even managed to die on the 50th anniversary ...