Appeared (as "Francis X. Digman") in "King of Hearts" on Broadway. Comedy/farce. Written by Jean Kerr
and Eleanor Brooke
. Directed by Walter Kerr
. Lyceum Theatre (moved to The National Theatre from 4 Oct 1954 to close): 1 Apr 1954-27 Nov 1954 (279 performances). Cast: Donald Cook
(as "Larry Larkin"), Cloris Leachman
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Our Gang | Alan Smithee
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[In 1976] Sometimes I'll wake up in the middle of the night and I'll hear a voice that sounds familiar . . . my wife has fallen asleep with the tube on, and I'll finally start recognizing the dialogue, look up, and Jesus Christ, it's me at 14, or 12, or 9, or whatever. Sometimes I'll sit there and watch it and I can tell myself what's coming next . . . I remember the dialogue, the scene and the ...
As of 2010, he holds two Oscar records: Youngest performer nominated in a leading role (this record has stood for 79 years); and oldest nomination (1931) in any and all Academy categories for an individual still living.