La Tendresse. Drama. Written by Henri Bataille
. Directed by Henry Miller. Empire Theatre: 25 Sep 1922- Nov 1922 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews (as "Guerin"), Elmer Brown, Ruth Chatterton
(as "Marthe Dellieres"), H. Cooper Cliffe
(as "Fernal"), Ronald Colman
(as "Alain Sergyll") [final Broadway role],...
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Fame has robbed me of my freedom and shut me up in prison, and because the prison walls are gilded, and the key that locks me in is gold, does not make it any more tolerable.
When he made his mark in Hollywood as a handsome young silent actor, there were some who doubted he would translate well to "talkies." His subsequent success in radio (he made a multi-volume recording of the William Shakespeare
sonnets, as well) proves them wrong with a vengeance.
Rich, mellifluous voice