Appeared (as "Bill Potter"; credited as Raymond Guion) in "The Potters" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by J.P. McEvoy
. Plymouth Theatre: 8 Dec 1923-Jun 1924 (closing date unknown/208 performances). Cast included: Catherine Calhoun Doucet, James Hagen, Douglas Hunter, Daniel Kelly, Adelaide Lawrence, Donald Meek
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[in 1972, about Jeanette MacDonald
and their marriage] We had 28 glorious years. Jeanette and I respected and loved each other, very deeply. We put one another before anyone or anything. I am blessed to have known her, loved her and been loved by her - absolutely, an incredible lady!
He was a decorated bomber pilot of World War II. At the outbreak of war, Mr. Raymond joined the Army Air Forces as a pilot in the B-17 bomber group that inaugurated precision bombing. As a colonel in the Air Force Reserve in 1967 he again flew jets into South Vietnam on high- priority missions and won the Legion of Merit.