Doreen Hawkins' 'Drury Lane to Dimapur: Wartime Adventures of an Actress' (Dovecote Press, UK 2009) covers Jack Hawkins' war years in ENSA in India and South East Asia, and the beginning of his film career in post-War England.
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2nd Lieut Jack Hawkins
5' 11" (1.8 m)
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[asked why he risked his reputation on the TV series The Four Just Men
(1959)] I risk my reputation every time, why not on TV?
In his will published on September 20 1973 he left just £13,019 gross but the net amount was shown as nil. This was a result of high UK taxes and a reduction in his income following the surgery in 1966 which resulted in the loss of his voice. The family home at 34 Ennismore Gardens, South Kensington was left to his wife and his three children were provided for through a trust fund.
Often played friendly World War II officers