3 wins & 4 nominations.
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Bit part (uncredited)
He re-created his film role of Robert Conway in Lost Horizon
(1937) on a three-record 78-RPM adaptation of the film released by Decca. This was a much-altered version written and directed by George Wells. It changed Conway's brother into merely his assistant, omitted Sondra, Conway's love interest, reduced the amount of ...
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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A man usually falls in love with a woman who asks the kind of questions he is able to answer.
In his early film career he was panned by many critics for his overtheatrics (used in the stage work he was doing at the time) and his pronounced limp (from a bad war injury). He credited working with greats such as George Arliss
for overcoming those obstacles.
Rich, mellifluous voice