Appeared (as "Grain") in "The Green Cockatoo" on Broadway (revival/repertory production; performed in rotation with "Romeo and Juliet," "The Cradle Song" and "The Lady from Alfaqueque"). Written by Arthur Schnitzler
. Civic Repertory: 6 Oct 1930-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Walter Beck
(as "Emile, Duke de Cadignan"),
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5' 5½" (1.66 m)
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[on Otto Preminger]: I haven't done anything of importance with Preminger - I just go in with him because he's a friend of mine, and he astonishes me, always. I play cameo roles, which is always a mistake. He's an amazing man - a kind of Jekyll and Hyde. In his life, he's one of the most charming, articulate and kind, loving of men, and on the set he gets foam-flecked, you know? He doesn't bother...
He was fascinated by the subject of non-human intelligence, particularly dolphins. He once believed that a dolphin somehow called to him for help in the middle of the night while he was staying at a friend's home on the beach. He ran out and found the dolphin, caught in a net under a dock down the beach, although there was no way he should have been able to know it was there. He released it, ...
Distinctive raspy voice