b. 27 Apr 1887, London, Britain, d. 13 August 1951, London, Britain. A lot of Margetson’s stage performances had been on Broadway where he made an appearance inThe Passing Present Of 1922, with Fred Allen and Gertrude Lang, as well as the Dancing Gal (1923), with Edythe Baker, Marie Dressler and Jack port Pearl. He made an appearance with Irene Bordoni within the musical Paris (1928), which went on the Music Container Theater for 195 shows and acquired a reserve by Martin Dark brown, music and lyrics by Cole Porter, with co-producer E. Ray Goetz also providing additional music. The majority of Margetson’s past due 30s and early 40s performances on Broadway had been in nonmusical performs, generally light comedies: non-a (1932), A Sunday Night (1933), Generally For Fans (1936), Billy Pulls A Equine (1939), a 1940 revival of Charley’s Aunt, Flare Route (1942), and Mrs Kimball Presents (1944). He came back to musicals with Recreation area Avenue (1946) along with a 72-functionality run on the Shubert Theater. Produced by Potential Gordon, the music was by Arthur Schwartz, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, reserve by Nunnally Johnson and George S. Kaufman. Also within the ensemble were Dorothy Parrot, David Wayne and Mary Wickes. One of the Schwartz and Gershwin music were ‘Tomorrow MAY BE THE Period’, ‘For THE LIFE SPAN Of Me’, ‘Don’t BE CONSIDERED A Woman IF YOU Can’, ‘There’s No Keeping Me’, ‘Property Of Possibilities’, ‘Goodbye TO ALL OR ANY That’ and ‘Echo’. Margetson performed the central function of Phileas Fogg within an Orson Welles creation of ALL OVER THE WORLD (1946) in the Adelphi Theater. Welles centered the display on Jules Verne’s popular book, and music, lyrics and incidental music had been by Cole Porter. Rightly referred to as an extravaganza, the display included a circus. Among an enormous solid had been Larry Laurence as Passepartout and Dorothy Parrot as Meerahlah. Also within the solid were Jack port Cassidy, Victoria Cordova, Florence Gault, Mary Healy, Man Spaull, Julie Warren, and Welles himself who made an appearance as Dick Repair. Margetson’s tracks had been ‘There He Goes, Mr. Phileas Fogg’ and ‘Wherever They Soar The Flag Of Aged Britain’. In the past due 40s Margetson is at a revival from the Play’s FINISHED . (1948) and Clutterbuck 1949). Within the 30s and early 40s, Margetson also got a moderately effective film career in the united kingdom and the united states, showing up in Wolves (1930), Music Hath Charms and Royal Cavalcade (both 1935), Pagliacci andBroken Blossoms (both 1936), Random Harvest (1942) and Sherlock Holmes Encounters Death (1943).
|1||Distinguished-looking British stage and screen character actor, a former stockbroker's clerk. Regularly on Broadway after 1929 and in Hollywood from 1940.|
|Sherlock Holmes Faces Death||1943||Dr. Bob Sexton|
|Thumbs Up||1943||Bert Lawrence|
|Commandos Strike at Dawn||1942||German Colonel|
|Return to Yesterday||1940||Osbert|
|Magyar Melody||1939||TV Movie||Count Ferenc|
|The Nursemaid Who Disappeared||1939||Det. Antony Gethryn|
|Me and My Pal||1939||Andrews|
|The Return of Carol Deane||1938||Mark Poynton|
|Action for Slander||1938||Capt. Hugh Bradford|
|A Clown Must Laugh||1936||Tonio|
|Broken Blossoms||1936||Battling Burrows|
|Phantom Ship||1936||Capt. Benjamin Briggs|
|Music Hath Charms||1935||Alan Sterling|
|The Loves of Madame Dubarry||1935||Count Du Barry|
|The Divine Spark||1935||Ernesto Tosi|
|Regal Cavalcade||1935||Dining Officer|
|The Great Defender||1934||Leslie Locke|
|His Grace Gives Notice||1933||George Barwick|
|Flat No. 9||1932||Short||John Danvers|
|Many Waters||1931||Jim Barcaldine|
|Other People's Sins||1931||Bernard Barrington|
|Lucky Girl||1932||lyrics: "There Is Another Island", "For All or Nothing", "All My Life" - uncredited / music: "There Is Another Island", "For All or Nothing", "All My Life" - uncredited|
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