Appeared (as "George March") in "Heat Wave" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Roland Pertwee
. Directed by Stanley Bell. Fulton Theatre: 17 Feb 1931-Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Hugh Buckler
(as "James Weysmith"), Fred K. Chandrasakara (as "Club Servant"), William Cooray (as "Dawltry's Boy"), K.A. Fernando...
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Did You Know?
[In a 1944 interview] I was never a villain until Gerald du Maurier
said there was something creepingly sinister about me. I was a good, clean-living boy until then! Of course, it may be that I am really a sinister person and that portraying respectability is really, on my part, a display of virtuosity. I never thought of it that way before.
He joined the British Army at the outbreak of World War I in 1914 and fought on the Western Front. He was badly wounded in battle, and received a medical discharge in 1915.
The Adolph Menjou of Menace