Co-starred in a sitcom pilot called "Who Goes There," where he played a ghost who adopts the guise of Gen. George Armstrong Custer because he sees his portrait in the room where he first materializes.
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I know that if I had done Elmer Gantry
(1960), I would have been more of a movie name. But I'm sure I would not have done as many plays as I've done. I've had exactly the kind of career I hoped for.
He lost the lead role in the film Elmer Gantry
(1960), which could have been a turning point in his screen career, when he, trying to escape a stalled elevator in his apartment building on the West Side, fell more than 50 feet down the shaft. He fractured his skull, hip, wrist, and most of the ribs on his left side, also breaking his left leg in three places. A finger had to be amputated. Near ...
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