(1955-56) Stage: Appeared in "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" US national touring company, James Garner
portrayed the role of Lt. Stephen Maryk (in Garner's first speaking role, with Garner participating in the national tour for three months), with Charles Laughton
(who directed the Broadway production) taking over the role of ...
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About everything I ever have done, in the way of lawsuits against studios, I've won them all, because I was right every time.
When speaking at the Summer Special Olympics in Norman, OK, he took the opportunity to remind the Oklahoma officials, who invited him to speak, of the circumstances of his original departure. "It's nice to be invited back as a VIP after being run out of town on a rail." This was a reference to him being "asked" to leave for his "extracurricular activities".
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