He acted in WB Friedlander and C. Conrad's musical, "Mercenary Mary," at the London Hippodrome in London, England with Peggy O'Neil, AW Baskcomb, Eileen Redcott, Frank Masters, Lew Hearn, Paddy Dupres, Ardath De Sales, Betty Garson, Janette Dietrich, Margaret Campbell, and Billy Rego in the cast. Leonard Hornsey was conductor.
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(On women in wartime): Be truly feminine. This does not mean to say that you must be fluffy in looks or mind. But to-day there is a danger of too much back-slapping and loud voices among the fair sex -- and how I hate it.
In 1937, Hale and his wife Jessie Matthews spurned an offer to act in Hollywood for a yearly salary of 50,000 pounds, stating "it would throw too big a spanner into the domestic works".