"Kindly Leave the Stage" by Kenneth More (1965). Published by Michael Joseph.
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Kenneth More C.B.E. | Kenneth Moore
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[recalling the start of his career at the Windmill Theatre] After my father died, my mother had virtually nothing, and she gave me £150 and said, "That's all I can afford, Kenny. You see what you can do". So I came to London and recalled that Vivian Van Damm
, who ran the Windmill Theatre, was a friend of my father's, so I went to see him. "Are you Bertie More's son?" What can I do for you?" I ...
Appeared in two movies based on real tragedies involving the sinking of famous ships: A Night to Remember
(1958) and Sink the Bismarck!
(1960). Another connection to the films is the fact that famous sea explorer and diver Robert Ballard
was the first person to ever find the wreckage of both ships.