Directed "A Kiss of Importance" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Arthur Hornblow Jr.
. From the French of André Picard
and H.M. Harwood
. Fulton Theatre: 1 Dec 1930-Dec 1930 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews (as "Isabelle de Corquefon"), Johnnie Brewer (as "Fred"), Alice Burrage (as "Mlle. Thomas"), Frank ...
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[in 1934) Frankly I've had my fill of art, It's all very well in its way, but there's an entirely different fascination to pictures that I haven't gotten over yet. No doubt I never will. It may be a little childish, but the sheer mechanical ingenuity of the whole thing gets under my skin the way a mechanical toy fascinates a boy.
For the last couple of years of his life he was gravely ill with cancer but refused to give up working.
Frequently portrayed doctors. More often than not the doctors would be guilty of a crime or would be mad scientists.