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Encyclopedia > Cyril Ritchard

Cyril Ritchard was born December 1, 1897 in Sydney, Australia and died December 18, 1977 in Chicago, Illinois. He was an international star of stage, screen, and TV, as well as a director. He achieved legendary status in 1954 as Captain Hook in the Broadway production of Peter Pan co-starring Mary Martin.

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Cyril Ritchard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (326 words)
Cyril Ritchard (1 December 1897 - 18 December 1977) was an Australian stage, screen and television actor and director.
He was born Cyril Trimnell-Ritchard in Surry Hills, Sydney, son of Sydney-born parents, Herbert Trimnell Ritchard, a Protestant grocer, and his wife Marguerite, a devout Roman Catholic who ensured her son was raised and educated (by the Jesuits at St.
Later, Ritchard also served as a guest panelist on that quiz show, where he was, perhaps comically, referred to as 'Sir Cyril'.
Cyril Ritchard (1898-1977) (9703 words)
Cyril was born on December 1, 1898 at Surry Hills in Sydney, Australia.
Cyril was praised in THEATRE WORLD as being "a light comedian and dancer with the creative humour and alertness of a Jack Buchanan, the head and legs of a Noel Coward, and better looks than either and with a charm and personality all his own.
Cyril played her husband and father of a daughter who is about to become an unmarried mother and a hippie son who has returned from Europe with a Greek girl who doesn't speak English.
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