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Subject: He was an amazingly prolific and versatile actor, both on screen and on stage.


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Date Posted: Sunday, April 15, 06:36:53pm
In reply to: Bio & PHOTO 's message, "ARCHIVE: April 14, 1975 ~Fredric March, acclaimed actor of stage and screen, who built a 50-year career, earning Tony Awards for Best Actor in "Years Ago" (1947), and "Long Day's Journey into Night" (1956), and Best Actor Oscars for "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (1931) and "The Best Years of Our Lives" (1946), the ONLY actor ever w/distinction earning TWO of these awards, dies at 77. ..." on Sunday, April 15, 04:10:24pm


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Loved him in "Best Years" & "Executive Suite" (NT)SharonMonday, April 16, 04:07:16am
    There are also so many lesser known March movies, but he stole every scene. But IMO, they should have held back the Oscar for his worst ("Jerkyl/Hyde") and given it to him a few years later for "A Star Is Born" -he was great! ...But OTHER great FM performances, "Nothing Sacred", "Seven Days in May", "HOMBRE", to name a few!Monday, April 16, 10:48:55am


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