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Excerpt from Cameos of Playwrights Players: 1914 1921, With Open Letter From Gerald Du Maurier
He was great perhaps even more as a man than as an actor. He had sipped the bitter cup and sparkling bowl of glory; he understood life, he embraced its fulness; he loved humanity. His theatre was an example to the dramatic world. Its air was distinguished, its atmosphere warm with sympathy, for he was good, and those around him - Helmsley, his trusted henchmen, Vivian Reynolds, Horne, Vincent cherished the chief as a personal friend.
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