(11/24/47) Radio: Appeared (as "Al Stevenson") in "The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "The Best Years of Our Lives".
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[commenting on the fact that he and Wallace Beery
, who both won Best Actor Oscars for 1931-32 due to a tie, had recently adopted children] It seems a little odd that we were both given awards for the best male performance of the year.
The final Hyde make-up in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
(1931) was so extreme that it almost permanently disfigured him. After filming was completed he was hospitalized for three weeks. His co-star Rose Hobart
said, "Fredric March was lucky he wasn't ruined for life".