Andrew Spicer. "Typical Men: The Representation of Masculinity in Popular British Cinema". London: I B Tauris & Co Ltd, 2001. ISBN-10: 1860645631. Kenneth More, pages 34, 39-43, 44, 90, 94, 120, 168, 185.
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Speaking of Jack Hawkins whilst delivering the address at his memorial service on September 14 1973: The man who gave ............ he was always ready to help, listen, sympathize, advise and he always picked up the chips. He was popular and loved by the British public, and he earned and held their respect. He lost a gallant fight to recapture an actor's most precious gift (his voice).
Tried unsuccessfully to join the Royal Air Force on a short service commission. Having been sent to what was then the RAF headquarters at Adastral House in Kingsway, London for a medical, he failed the test for equilibrium. After being strapped into a chair and spun round he was then required to get out of the chair and walk in a straight line. He got to his feet, but as soon as he tried to walk...