The Spy Who Came in from the Cold was such a hit that le Carré had to resign from the secret service. In the decades since, as his new biographer writes, his politics have become more overt, and more leftwing.
“J. Searle Dawley, the man who considered himself “the first motion picture director”, was born James Searle Dawley on May 13, 1877, in Del Norte, Colorado. He was educated in Denver, and after graduating in 1895, became an actor with Louis Morrison’s stock theatrical company.”
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Born John Feggo in Oxford, New Jersey, on October 8, 1910, Kirk Alyn became the screen’s first Superman in the 15-chapter 1948 Columbia serial of the same name. Alyn had worked as an actor for many years prior to taking on his most famous role, with some success.
William Thomas Jr. (March 12, 1931 – October 10, 1980), known as Billie Thomas, was an American child actor best remembered for portraying the character of Buckwheat in the Our Gang (Little Rascals) short films from 1934 until the series’ end in 1944. He was a native of Los Angeles, California.
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