Appeared (as "Sidney"; final Broadway role) in "A Hole in the Head" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Arnold Schulman
. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson
. Directed by Garson Kanin
. Plymouth Theatre: 28 Feb 1957-13 Jul 1957 (156 performances). Cast: David Burns (as "Max"), Louise Erickson
(as "Tina"), Lee Grant
(as "Mrs. Rogers"), ...
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could pick up her phone today and call a studio and get half-million dollars for just consenting to appear in a movie. And this is despite the fact that, today, she looks like Spencer Tracy
-- PD, from a 1958 L.A. Mirror News article.
Douglas had a penchant for making blunt statements that frequently turned controversial. One of the more notable occurred while he was touring the South in the play "The Caine Mutiny Court Marital" in 1955. After a North Carolina newspaper quoted him as saying, "The South stinks! It's a land of sow belly and segregation," the play's tour was canceled. Douglas claimed, to no avail, that he was ...