"Theater Guild on the Air" in an adaptation of Stephen Vincent Benet's "All That Money Can Buy" on April 2, 1950 also starring Martha Scott and Walter Huston.
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[on working with Paul Muni
on A Song to Remember
(1945)] He was very difficult to work with. He said he didn't want to hear how I did it, he had no interest in how I portrayed it, he had his own conception of [Frédéric Chopin
] and he told me he'd worked on his role in relation to that conception, and he didn't care how I played it. And that was the approach to teamwork on that film.
1952 proved to be a vintage year for "beefcake bondage" in his film career. In At Sword's Point
(1952), he appeared bound and stripped to the waist in a torture chamber where his torso was burned with a hot iron. In California Conquest
(1952), he appeared stripped to the waist and bound to a tree where he was lashed across the chest with a whip.