Aug 22, 2011
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"There are very few Titans, those men who stood by themselves. I was rolling the dice with the best! Fred was adjustable, pliable and he obeyed co-workers rules often remarking, "Take the job seriously and yourself not at all." He tended to overworry and be moody at times. But he wanted it to be right and I respected that. In Inherit the Wind, I thought he played William Jennings Bryan [the Matthew Harrison Brady character] brilliantly. Bryan’s political character and personal values were grabbed by March and flaunted as Bryan flaunted them.” — Stanley Kramer

"There are very few Titans, those men who stood by themselves. I was rolling the dice with the best! Fred was adjustable, pliable and he obeyed co-workers rules often remarking, "Take the job seriously and yourself not at all." He tended to overworry and be moody at times. But he wanted it to be right and I respected that. In Inherit the Wind, I thought he played William Jennings Bryan [the Matthew Harrison Brady character] brilliantly. Bryan’s political character and personal values were grabbed by March and flaunted as Bryan flaunted them.”Stanley Kramer

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