Journey's End. Drama. Written by R.C. Sherriff
. Scenic Design by James Whale. Directed by James Whale
[earliest Broadway credit]. Henry Miller's Theatre: 22 Mar 1929- 17 May 1930 (485 performances). Cast: Sol Douday (as "German Soldier"), Jack Hawkins
(as "2nd Lieut. Hibbert") [Broadway debut], Colin Keith-Johnston
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2nd Lieut Jack Hawkins
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Did You Know?
I think that no actor should take Hollywood too seriously; but at the same time it would be wrong to underestimate its professionalism. Really, Hollywood is a caricature of itself, and in particular this is true of the front-office types at the studios. Their enthusiasm towards you is measured precisely to match the success of your last film.
Provided the official celebrity opening of the Aldersley Municipal Sports Stadium, Wolverhampton on 9 June 1956. The stadium now forms part of Aldersley Leisure Village.
Often played friendly World War II officers