The Number. Melodrama. Written by Arthur Carter. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Directed by George Abbott
. Biltmore Theatre: 30 Oct 1951- 12 Jan 1952 (87 performances). Cast: Dane Clark
(as "Dominic Spizzilini"), Jennie Goldstein (as "Bessie Berger"), Diana Herbert (as "Waitress"), Louise Larabee (as "Alice"), Peggy Nelson (as...
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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The only thing I want to do in films is be Mr. Joe Average as well as I know how. Of course, anyone whose face appears often enough on the screen is bound to have bobby-soxers after him for autographs. But what I really get a kick out of is when cab drivers around New York lean out and yell 'Hi Brooklyn' when I walk by. They make me feel I'm putting it across O.K. when I try to be Joe Average.
Upon the death of his first wife, Clark had every painting she ever created sent from New York to California where he had them displayed throughout his home for the remainder of his life.