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Canadian actor who frequently played character parts with his wife Jessica Tandy (1911-2003)

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We have 10 consultants with over 25 years of experience each and we want to give this knowledge back to the trade," says Cronyn.
The black and white photos of Frank and Faye used in the opening credits of Batteries Not Included, were real-life photos of Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy, who were married for decades
Rae Fletcher, former rector of Bishop Cronyn Memorial, says this was a role to which Arguin was "ideally suited"--partly because of his condition.
Designers were skeptical at first, but as they became conversant with the system, the grumbling faded, Cronyn says.
Goodman indicates that Fleck was promoted by John Cronyn, a London-based senior executive at Labatt's Brewers.
Goodman indique que Fleck etait appuye par John Cronyn, un haut dirigeant des Brasseries Labatt de London.
Even simple surnames like Cronin ended up as Cronyn, Cronen, and Cronan.
Yet within a few years there was steady work from a loyal group that included designers Alvin Colt, Leslie Hurry, Cecil Beaton, Donald Brooks, and Dorothy Jeakins; directors Michael Langham, John Gielgud; actors Ralph Richardson, Coral Browne, Hume Cronyn, Christopher Plummer, Paul Scofield, Jessica Tandy; and producers Frederick Brisson and Roger L.
Alfred Hitchcock's mystery thriller, starring Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright, Hume Cronyn, Wallace Ford, Macdonald Carey, Henry Travers and Charles Bates.
Also among Katz's papers were notes written by Hume Cronyn to Kazan regarding the developing performance of his wife, Jessica Tandy, who originated the role of unstable Southern belle Blanche DuBois.
A su lado, Hume Cronyn, quien se haria famoso como Polonio en el no menos famoso Hamlet de Richard Burton (3), le ensena que los griegos de los primeros tiempos llamaron epilepsia a esa enfermedad y consideraron favorecidos por los dioses a quienes la padecian.
Gareth Humphries and Dan Cronyn will leave the Rhondda and travel through Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan before hitting Mongolia, inset, five weeks later.
MGM hired Norman Taurog to direct the film and Hume Cronyn to star as Robert Oppenheimer.
The 1946 film - starring Lana Turner, John Garfield, Cecil Kellaway and Hume Cronyn - tells the steamy tale of a drifter offered a job at a roadside diner by the owner, an easygoing older man.
Steve Guttenberg, Brian Dennehy, Don Ameche and Hume Cronyn star, with Ron Howard directing.