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At the Guild Theatre in 1931 he enjoyed a long run in the sumptuous ‘Elizabeth the Queen’, in a cast headed by American Theatre’s golden couple, Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt and the same year appeared at the Longacre Theatre as Cokey Davis , in his own production, the short lived and rather flat comedy ‘In Times Square’.Two roles in plays by Northern Ireland writers then allowed him the freedom of his Ulster dialect, playing Willie in Denis Johnston’s ‘The Moon in the Yellow River’ at the Guild Theatre in 1932 and ‘Clutie’ John Mc Grath in St. Down set ‘John Ferguson’ at the Belmont Theatre in 1933.He made four more appearances on Broadway in the thirties before his departure once again to Hollywood, where his stay this time would be much longer than he probably anticipated.Before that however he was part of a huge cast convened at the National Theatre New York in 1934 for Sean O’Casey’s drama ‘Within the Gates’, which ran for a total of 141 performances and followed this with the role of Thomas Murphy in Elsie Schauffler’s ‘Parnell’ at the Ethel Barrymore in 1935.

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Following three largely forgettable films, the best of which was the Abbott and Costello vehicle ‘It Aint Hay’, he saw his star rise briefly with director Andrew L.She found scraps of work on television and made her first small screen appearance as a dressmaker in an episode of the enduring drama series ‘Studio One’ in 1956.

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    The Manor is currently serving as a pub-restaurant and whilst it was once on open downland, it is now surrounded by the 20th-century Hangleton housing estate.

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