Appeared (replacement actor, as "Jonathan Brewster", June 1942-?) in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Joseph Kesselring
. Directed by Bretaigne Windust
. Fulton Theatre (moved to The Hudson Theatre on 25 Sep 1943 to close): 10 Jan 1941-17 Jun 1944 (1444 performances). Cast: Jean Adair
(as "Martha Brewster"), ...
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[on seeing the two-hour version of Greed
(1924), rather than the whole film] It was like viewing a corpse in a graveyard.
Althugh von Stroheim claimed to have broken two ribs when he fell from a roof in The Birth of a Nation
(1915), there is some question as to whether he actually worked on that film at all, and Joseph Henabery
, one of the picture's assistant directors, says that von Stroheim didn't work for director D.W. Griffith
until more than a year after this film was shot.
Often wore a monocle
The Man You Love to Hate