(Summer 1952) He acted in Edwin Justus Mayer's play, "A Night at Madame Tussaud's," in a Kenley Players production in York and Lakewood Park Theatre in Barnesville, Pennsylvania with Miriam Hopkins in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.
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[on his first meeting with Alfred Hitchcock
] I had heard that he loved to tell stories and so I watched him like a hawk, and when I was of the opinion he had just told the punchline of a story, I broke out in such laughter that I almost fell off my chair.
had a hit record with his wacky cover version of "My Old Flame" with voice actor Paul Frees
doing a Lorre impression for the vocal. When Lorre appeared on Jones' radio show he had to learn the "Paul Frees" way of being Peter Lorre, as Peter himself was not quite the madman that Paul had made him out to be. Also imitated by Mel Blanc
in a handful of Warner Bros. cartoons, and the vocal...
Spoke with an almost feminine clear slow tenor voice
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