Slaves All. Written by Edward Percy
. Directed by Lumsden Hare
. Bijou Theatre: 6 Dec 1926- Dec 1926 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott (as "Julia Rigordan"), Vera Allen
(as "Ann Rigordan"), Herbert Ashton
(as "Capt. Sheamus Blagdon"), Lionel Atwill
(as "John Rigordon"), Stanley Drewitt (as "Squitch"),
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5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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(In 1934) Frankly I've had my fill of art, It's all very well in its way, but there's an entirely different fascination to pictures that I haven't gotten over yet. No doubt I never will. It may be a little childish, but the sheer mechanical ingenuity of the whole thing gets under my skin the way a mechanical toy fascinates a boy.
Atwill had bad luck with his homes. A $42.000 mansion burned to the ground in the California fires of October 1935, and a December 1936 coastal storm undermined two of Atwill's homes which slid into the ocean along with $12,000 worth of antique furniture. The actor's Maryland estate, which had served as a honeymoon retreat for the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, was burglarized twice in August 1937.
Often portrayed police officers