Appeared (as "Franklin D. Roosevelt") in "Sunrise at Campobello" on Broadway. Drama. Written / co-produced by Dore Schary
. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang
. Costume Design by Virginia Volland. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue
. Cort Theatre: 30 Jan 1958-30 May 1959 (556 performances). Cast: James Bonnet (as "James Roosevelt"), Alan
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I always tell the producers, if I can't get the girl at the end of the picture, at least give me more money.
Was the eldest of three children born to Charles Rexford Bellamy, who was employed with an advertising agency, and Lilla Louise Smith. One of his younger siblings, a boy, died a couple of days after birth.
Frequently played the "other man" in romances and comedies, and he was often fleeced by leading men like Cary Grant
to get to the female lead.