Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Masked Figures in Entertainment
To hide his disfigured face. Fine actor with a long career. The face was disfigured, and so...
Tyrone Power. Cute tongue-in-cheek swashbuckler with Power and Linda Darnell.
Guy Williams. Jones played Jesse James in the TV series of the same name. O'Brian played Wyatt Earp in the TV series of the same name. Gulager played Billy the Kid in the TV series "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. (Barry Sullivan played Pat Garrett.)
|The protagonist in one of Hitchcock's movies wears a costume (complete with mask) at a costume ball in order to evade the police and further his own purpose. Who played this character?||Masked Figures in Entertainment
Cary Grant. Grant appears as a costumed figure who accompanies Grace Kelly to the ball in "To Catch a Thief". Vintage Hitchcock.
Salieri. Fine play by Peter Shaffer; fine movie, too - with great performances by F. Murray Abraham (Salieri) and Tom Hulce (Mozart).
Rafael Sabatini. Stewart Granger played the character in the movie. Leroux wrote "Phantom of the Opera".
|Buttons the clown (played by James Stewart) always wore his make-up in "The Greatest Show On Earth" in order to avoid the police. What was his crime?||Masked Figures in Entertainment
Murder. It was a "mercy killing".
|The use of masks in the theatre was popular in ancient times, but not in modern theatre. Eugene O'Neill revived the custom in one of his plays. Which one?||Masked Figures in Entertainment
The Great God Brown. When you're a great dramatist, you can try anything, I guess.
Alexandre Dumas. Intrigue surrounds this story: it's unclear whether it's pure fiction or whether it's based on fact.
Clayton Moore. Moore played him for years; Silverheels played Tonto. Spillsbury played him in the movies in "The Legend of The Lone Ranger". Shayne was in the TV version of "Superman".