1964: "Our Man Crichton" (Musical adaptation of "The Admirable Crichton") by J.M. Barrie. Shaftesbury Theatre, Catherine Street, London WC2. Cast list included; Kenneth More as Chrichton, Millicent Martin, Patricia Lambert, George Benson, Dilys Watling, David Kernan, Anna Barry, and Glyn Worsnip.
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Kenneth More C.B.E. | Kenneth Moore
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Recalling his failed attempt to join up in 1939, having been told that the navy had all the men it needed: I left feeling very puzzled and very disappointed. I thought they would be welcoming men into the services, but it wasn't like that at all. I just thought that defending my country was more important than being an actor, and I wanted to join the navy because my father had been in the navy.
Despite the fact that his film career had stalled by 1962, he played the lead in "Some People" (1962) for nothing, apart from expenses. The proceeds of the film were in aid of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme and the National Playing Fields Association.