(1950s) Stage: Directed Stanley Willis Croft's pantomime, "The Pied Piper of Hamelin", at the Hippodrome Theatre in Wednesbury, Birmingham, England, with Peter Veness
, Robert Hartley
, Valerie Gaunt
, Paulina Brandt, John Jarvis
(as "Agatha Apelstreudel") and Don Farrow (as "Sammy Sauerkraut").
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[talking about making Without Warning
(1980)] Greydon Clark
[the film's director] is a godsend. He believed in me--not just in ME, I mean, but in a lot of us aging near-burnouts who'd had our day in the fickle major leagues--and he offered roles that were neither demeaning, like I'd seen happen to Lon Chaney Jr.
with some of those low-budget guys, nor otherwise false. Just working-actor stuff, ...
A friend of James Dean
, when Landau first met Steve McQueen
and McQueen said he knew him, he asked where they had met. McQueen informed him he had seen Landau riding into the New York City garage where he worked as a mechanic on the back of Dean's motorcycle.