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Had appeared with his wife Elsa Lanchester in seven films: The Private Life of Henry VIII. (1933), Rembrandt (1936), The Beachcomber (1938), Tales of Manhattan (1942), Forever and a Day (1943), The Big Clock (1948) and Witness for the Prosecution (...
Hollywood is a goofy place. But I like it. It's the perfect mummers' home. If one weren't a little mad one wouldn't be there.
Often played arrogant characters, typecast for these roles early in his career by playing King Henry VIII and Captain Bligh
Victoria Hotel, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, UK
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA