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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Whenever I hear of young actors down and out and broke in New York (and what a cliché of show business it is supposed to be!), I remember my own experiences in 1921 - and find it no laughing matter by any criterion.
His recording of "A Christmas Carol", originally released in a Decca 78-RPM set in 1941, was the first recorded version to win wide acclaim. It appeared several times on LP, and has recently (October 2005) been released on CD by Deutsche Grammophon, along with its frequent companion piece on LP, "Mr. Pickwick's Christmas".
Rich, mellifluous voice