Fredric March

Fredric March – photos and quotes

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“I’m not so quick on the uptake when it comes to learning lines. I’ve got to go over and over them. And so, even today, when I run up against some of those directors who like to ‘shoot scenes with spontaneity,’ I’m thrown for a loss. Some players like it though.”Fredric March

Source: Robert McIlwaine (1938)
Photo: 1931


Clara Bow Fredric March The Wild Party

The Wild Party (1929). With Clara Bow.


My Sin - 1931

My Sin (1931). Co-stars Tallulah Bankhead.


Mr. Hyde Doctor Jekyll Fredric March

“I have no soul. I’m beyond the pale. I’m one of the living dead!” — spoken by Fredric March in Paramount’s 1931 classic, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.


Doctor Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Fredric March Poster

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1931). With Rose Hobart.


Fredric March

“Stardom is just an uneasy seat on top of a tricky toboggan. Being a star is merely perching at the head of the downgrade. A competent featured player can last a lifetime. A star, a year or two. There’s all that agony of finding suitable stories, keeping in character, maintaining illusion. Then the undignified position of hanging on while your popularity is declining.”Fredric March


All of Me (1934)

All of Me (1934). Co-stars Miriam Hopkins, George Raft, and Helen Mack.


We Live Again 1934We Live Again (1934). With Anna Sten.


Fredric March

“Keep interested in others; keep interested in the wide and wonderful world. Then in a spiritual sense you will always be young.”Fredric March

Photo: Otto Dyar


Fredric March Shelley Winters Executive Suite

“He was able to do a very emotional scene with tears in his eyes, and pinch my fanny at the same time.” – Shelley Winters



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