Appeared (as "R.T.D. Boggs") in "The Errand Boy" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by George Totten Smith. Musical Director: Edwin L. Walker. Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward P. Moran. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 31 Oct 1904-5 Nov 1904 (8 performances). Cast: M.J. Anderson, William Arcall, Rose Beaumont, Clem Bevans
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[on charges of extreme cruelty during his pending divorce from Winifred Westover
] I'll stand on the summit of Mount Hollywood and defy the whole world to prove that I have ever done wrong to man or woman.
Donated his estate to the City of Los Angeles, on the condition they install a fountain and use the park for the arts. Today, the internationally renowned Actors Studio has its West Coast branch at the William S. Hart Park, in West Hollywood, in Hart's old estate.