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Fredric March, eigentlich Frederick Ernest McIntyre Bickel, war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, der in Hollywood mehr als drei Jahrzehnte lang zu den wandlungsfähigsten und angesehensten Charakterdarstellern zählte. Er gewann zweimal den Oscar. Fredric March, eigentlich Frederick Ernest McIntyre Bickel (* August in Racine, Wisconsin; † April in Los Angeles, Kalifornien), war ein. Fredric March wurde am August als Ernest Frederick Mclntyre Bickel in Racine (Wisconsin) geboren. Bereits während seines Ökonomiestudiums, das. Fredric March on the set of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ( movie). March, who played both lead roles in the film, shared the Best Actor Oscar with Wallace. Fredric March ( - , eig. Frederick Ernest McIntyre) wurde schlagartig in der Titelrolle von "Dr. Jekyll und Mr. Hyde" () berühmt, erhielt dafür einen. Fredric March ( - , eig. Frederick Ernest McIntyre) wurde schlagartig in der Titelrolle von „Dr. Jekyll und Mr. Hyde“ () berühmt, erhielt dafür einen. I prefer this to the Frederick March version from ten years earlier. It's unfortunate that the moviegoers at the time were expecting a March / Universal monsters.
Whos the greatest male beauty of the screen? in my opinion fredric march (next to louis jourdan). here with anna sten in "we live again" Such a touching. Fredric March, eigentlich Frederick Ernest McIntyre Bickel, war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, der in Hollywood mehr als drei Jahrzehnte lang zu den. Fredric March, eigentlich Frederick Ernest McIntyre Bickel (* August in Racine, Wisconsin; † April in Los Angeles, Kalifornien), war ein.
Shortly afterward Paramount Pictures offered him a five-year contract. Including roles in Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor. Throughout the s and s, March acted in film and on stage. Some of his movies including Design for Living which also starred Gary Cooper.
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For many years, he maintained his primary residence in New Milford, Connecticut. After his death, the property was subsequently leased to playwright Lillian Hellman as well as to Henry Kissinger.
Marlon Brando praised March as his favorite actor in his youth. Although it was not used, he proposed the following epitaph for his tombstone: "This is just my lot.
March and his second wife were both active supporters of the Democratic Party. He and Basil Rathbone appeared together in two television adaptations of "A Christmas Carol", shown in the s.
He was the first actor to receive an Academy Award for a horror film Dr. Hyde March's daughter, Penny, remembered her father during her growing up years as fun, charming and very kind, writing in , "I remember very well how handsome he looked back in the days when people really dressed up in the evening, and he'd have on tails and an evening cape to go out and I got to pop up his beautiful top hat" Letter, Penelope March Fantacci, 12 September He and Humphrey Bogart played chess every day during breaks in the filming of The Desperate Hours Attended and graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in economics.
Elected class president in his last year of grammar school, his senior year of high school and again in his senior year of college.
In college, March was the manager of the football team and a member of the track team. In , an informal poll of some 30 top stars, directors and producers was tabulated and announced.
William Holden was quoted as saying that Spencer Tracy and March were his acting ideals. It is now owned by Madonna.
March was a moderate smoker, emptying a pack of cigarettes a day; allowed himself one cigar a day after dinner, and was a mild drinker. He was an avid letter writer, and he kept up a large correspondence.
Whenever he was asked by a newspaper or magazine for an article, he did not allow any publicity man to ghost it for him, but wrote it himself.
A seat theater was named after him on October 15, , at the University of Wisconsin branch in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. When asked which he preferred making, movies or live theater, he remarked, "Pictures are physically tiring; the theater is mentally tiring.
Pictures last, the theater is built on sand. But I am grateful for my theater experience. He considered work in television "an awful experience".
In , he came in second in an audience poll for the role of Rhett Butler in Gone with the Wind While pursuing his acting career, March--not wanting to overlook any means of keeping a little cash in his pocket--did some modeling.
He immortalized shoes, shaving cream and cravats and posed for such famous artists as Charles Dana Gibson and Howard Chandler Christy and for Arrow shirt advertisements.
Because he considered 12 his lucky number, he shortened Frederick to Fredric, shortened his mother's maiden name from Marcher to March, and as of New Year's Day, , Fredric March was born.
He entered the banking business in New York in , working at what was then known as First National City Bank now Citibank when a ruptured appendix nearly killed him.
While he was recuperating, his landlady a former actress related anecdotes from her days in the theater and he was so enchanted that he decided to pursue his real dream and become an actor.
Early in March's career, director John Cromwell , persuaded him to change his last name. His first wife wanted him to use his middle name and her first name: McIntyre Ellis.
But he could not abide a name like that, being too used to Fred. Finally, they settled on his idea, Fredric March. The final Hyde make-up in Dr.
Hyde was so extreme that it almost permanently disfigured him.