He acted in the revue, "One, Two Three!," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Binnie Hale, Charles Heslop, Anthony Hayes, Maud Long, and Marie Sellar in the cast.
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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.
Horn-rimmed British comedy star of Cochran and Coward revues, pantomime and musicals, on stage from 1921. Hale forsook the theatre for films in the mid-1930's, having signed as actor/writer/director for Gaumont British. His screen career came to a sudden end in 1938, following the cancellation of a projected musical he had written for Jessie Matthews ("Asking for Trouble").