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Gielgud

Sir John. 1904--2000, English stage, film, and television actor and director
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She sent a copy to actor John Gielgud, who she had seen in plays while in London visiting her sister.
Gielgud recalled elsewhere that he had begun by imitating Claude Rains, his teacher at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and the precise imitation of a template is the foundation of any apprenticeship, in which training provided by the master is exchanged for labor offered by the apprentice.
Gielgud, in a typically generous gesture, gave the sword to Olivier inscribed with the words "This sword, given to him by his mother Kate Terry Gielgud 1938, is given to Laurence Olivier by his friend John Gielgud in appreciation of his performance of Richard III at the New Theatre, 1944.
Gielgud recalled helping the US movie star with his speeches in Joe Mankiewicz's film of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
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I had an unexplained impression that Gielgud 2 (see CD #00) is much more complex, artistically more sophisticated, rhythmically more satisfying.
Co-stars Jenny Agutter and Richard Griffiths were forced to escape the Gielgud Theatre in London's West End through the window after the stage door was mobbed.
The production opens on February 27 at the Gielgud Theatre, in Shaftesbury Avenue.
Along with the Oscar-winning Irons was a stellar cast -- Andrews, Quick, Laurence Olivier, Claire Bloom, John Gielgud and Simon Jones.
But had not two other women directors of classical companies, Maina Gielgud, late of both the Australian Ballet and The Royal Danish Ballet, and Anna-Marie Holmes, late of the Boston Ballet, encountered unusual difficulty with heavily male-oriented directorates?
We will consider how Gielgud and other reciters handle the two difficulties in their readings.
Called The Clue Of The New Pin, it featured a young actor, John Gielgud, as the villain1937 - The first performance took place in London of Noel Gay's Me And My Girl, which introduced The Lambeth Walk1988 - Edwina Currie resigned as a junior health minister over her salmonella claims