Merely Murder. Comedy. Based on a novel by A.E. Thomas
[final Broadway credit] and Georgette Heyer
. Directed by Miriam Doyle. Playhouse Theatre: 3 Dec 1937- Dec 1937 (closing date unknown/3 performances). Cast: 'Stiano Braggiotti (as "Rudolph Mesurier"), Charles Campbell (as "Sergeant Armstrong"), Edward Fielding
George MacReady | George McCready
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
[Discussing a 1928 stage production of "Macbeth" in which the scene design proved to be problematic]: [The settings] appeared to be huge packing boxes painted white and piled in different formations one on top of the other. These created chaos on the first "performance" in Philadelphia...when I tried to make my entrance in the battle scene and found every entrance blocked by these ghastly boxes. ...
The scar on Macready's right cheek was the result of a car accident during his college days. According to his son Michael Macready
, George and some fraternity brothers were riding in a Model T Ford when they hit an icy patch on the road. They struck a telephone pole, and George went through the windshield. His friends could find only one doctor in the vicinity, who happened to be a veterinarian. ...
The scar on his cheek