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Mr. Pickwick. Comedy (revival). Written by Stanley Young. Based on incidents from "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens
. Production Design by Kathleen Ankers. Directed by John Burrell
. Plymouth Theatre, (moved to The John Golden Theatre from 27 Oct 1952- close): 17 Sep 1952- 8 Nov 1952 (61 performances). Cast: Wallace Acton
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5' 8½" (1.74 m)
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[on the Gershwin brothers] If George was streamlined and propulsive, Ira was reserved and scholarly. He was gently humorous. One sensed in Ira, even at the very center of involvement, a well of detachment. George gave you everything at once; he was boyish, with an extraordinarily sweet character. He wanted his listeners to participate in the excitement of his own development.