Appeared (as "Donald Clemens"; Broadway debut) in "The Melody Man" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Herbert Fields
. Central Theatre (moved to The Ritz Theatre during production run; date unknown): 13 May 1924-Jun 1924 (80 performances). Cast: Sara Chapelle (as "A Maid"), Jerry Devine (as "Sidney"), Lew Fields
(as "Franz Henkel")...
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[on Joan Crawford
] She was a nice person, but a real movie star. She even brought her own music to the set [of Susan and God
(1940)] - a whole entourage, a violinist and a pianist to play her favorite songs, to get her into the proper mood for the scenes.
March's daughter, Penny, remembered her father during her growing up years as fun, charming and very kind, writing in 1990, "I remember very well how handsome he looked back in the days when people really dressed up in the evening, and he'd have on tails and an evening cape to go out and I got to pop up his beautiful top hat" (Letter, Penelope March Fantacci, 12 September 1990).