“No matter how alien the lines may seem to his own personality and viewpoint, the good actor makes himself, for the moment at least, believe completely in their work. Without that belief, he can’t make his words ring true.” — Dwight Frye in 1933.
Photo: Frankenstein (1931)
“If God is good, I will be able to play comedy, in which I was featured on Broadway for eight seasons and in which no producer of motion pictures will give me a chance! And please God, may it be before I go screwy playing idiots, half-wits and lunatics on the talking screen!” — Dwight Frye