Appeared (as "Harry Bird") in "Get Away Old Man". Comedy. Written by William Saroyan
. Directed / produced by George Abbott
. Cort Theatre: 24 Nov 1943-4 Dec 1943 (13 performances). Cast: Mason Adams
(as "Messenger"), Glenn Anders
(as "Sam"), Ed Begley
(as "Patrick Hammer"), Edwin Hodge (as "Correspondent of the N.Y. Times"), ...
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
Movie audiences fasten on to one aspect of the actor, and then they decide what they want you to be. They think you're playing yourself. The truth is that the only person who can ever really play himself is a baby.
When Kiss of Death
(1947) was released to theaters in 1947, 20th Century Fox's publicity department encouraged theater owners to "Sell Richard Widmark!" Fox's publicity manual advised theaters to have a local printer make up "Wanted" with Widmark's face on them to advertise the film, in which he made his debut. The role was small, but Widmark made this one of the most indelible performances in ...