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Remember Douglas Walton as Percy Shelley (left) in the prologue scene of "Bride of Frankenstein?" Maybe lol. He also appeared in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931), Count of Monte Cristo (1934), Mary of Scotland (1936), Murder, My Sweet (1944) and The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945). Considering that I've watched him in more than 45 movies (there's an estimated total of 60) and have done a considerable amount of research on his life, I decided to create a blog dedicated to him. Check it out below! https://douglaswaltonactor.blogspot.com/ I know this seems like boasting, but this is probably the most comprehensive blog dedicated to this obscure actor on the Internet thus far. It will be continually updated and revamped as long as I stay interested (lol). The very first entry is a good start to get to know his life, works, and achievements. https://douglaswaltonactor.blogspot.com/2018/08/douglas-walton-aka-john-douglas-duder.html I know he's not the most famous actor since a good chunk of his filmography were mostly bit parts, but he did had some big roles and worthwhile performances in his works. Certainly he's mostly overlooked, but I guess that's why I made this blog for him. He actually did lived a rather interesting and inspirational life, and I want his story to be told. Anyway, hope you enjoy! And if you have any more info on him, let me know or you can make a comment on one of the blog's entries! Thanks!
I'm sure all you Katharine Hepburn fans will enjoy this never before heard interview clip from my dad's archives. She is very much as one would expect the great Kate to be. If you enjoy it, all I ask is that you share it with a friend. For more interview clips like this, visit our youtube channel. Thanks Interview clip - Youtube channel - http://www.youtube.com/orcodevelopment Our website - http://www.orcodevelopment.org