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'Bat' Peters (as Wm. S Hart)
Appeared (as "R.T.D. Boggs") in "The Errand Boy" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by George Totten Smith. Musical Director: Edwin L. Walker. Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward P. Moran. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 31 Oct 1904-5 Nov 1904 (8 performances). Cast: M.J. Anderson, William Arcall, Rose Beaumont, Clem Bevans
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W.S. Hart | Wm. S. Hart | Wm. S Hart
6' 2" (1.88 m)
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[on charges of extreme cruelty during his pending divorce from Winifred Westover
] I'll stand on the summit of Mount Hollywood and defy the whole world to prove that I have ever done wrong to man or woman.
In March of 1923 Hart, already being sued for divorce by wife Winifred Westover
, was accused by her of fathering a child by another woman. This hurt his already declining career and from 1924 to 1925 he would release only two films, before retiring.