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Leon M. Lion


Leon M. Lion was a British stage and film actor, playwright, theatrical manager and producer.

Lion produced and appeared in a number of plays written by John Galsworthy and their correspondence was later published as a book.[1]

Lion toured in J. Jefferson Farjeon's play "Number Seventeen" in the late 1920s and also starred in the 1932 film version directed by Alfred Hitchcock.


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Notes & References

  1. "John Galsworthy's Letters to Leon Lion" (1968), edited by Asher Boldon Wilson. ISBN 3111037444