Stage Play. A Kiss of Importance. Comedy. Written by Arthur Hornblow Jr.
. From the French of André Picard
and H.M. Harwood
. Directed by Lionel Atwill
. Fulton Theatre: 1 Dec 1930- Dec 1930 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews (as "Isabelle de Corquefon"), Johnnie Brewer (as "Fred"), Alice Burrage (as "Mlle. ...
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(In 1941) All women love the men they fear. All women kiss the hand that rules them... I do not treat women in such soft fashion. Women are cat creatures. Their preference is for a soft fireside cushion, for delicate bowls of cream, for perfumed leisure and for a master - which is where and how they belong.
Educated at Mercer's School, London.
Often portrayed police officers