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Blade Stanhope Conway | Bob Cummings | Bruce Hutchens
5' 10" (1.78 m)
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[on his involvement in several business enterprises that he described as "practically catastrophic"] . . . an actor, when he's working, ceases to be a part of the world. He's on a sound stage from early morning [until] night. He loses track of what goes on outside. Elaborate practical matters, like having his car filled with gas, confuse him. Nothing exists but his own tight little corner. That's...
Was accused by his estranged wife, Mary Elliott
, of using the drug methedrine or "speed" and carrying on an adulterous affair with his former secretary, and future wife, Regina Fong [29 October 1969].
A couple of his sitcoms focused on his real-life abilities in World War II