Back at Fox, he supported in a comedy, Stella. Los Angeles Times 16 October 1941: 16. He briefly sold candy and operated a restaurant before moving to California. .
The Christian Science Monitor 24 November 1953: 11. Navy, but was rejected for color blindness. New York Times 16 July 1941: 14. The Great Movie Stars: The International Years. He was announced for Battleground and Mr Whiskers before eventually being cast in a serious drama about football, Interference, which became Easy Living, with Lucille Ball.
This was the last movie he made at Fox. New York Times 30 August 1947: 9. He also appeared in a large number of musicals opposite such stars as and. Simple, crude, and heady - like ketchup or treacle - he is a diet scorned by the knowing, but obsessive if succumbed to in error. Los Angeles Times 25 September 1957: C13.
New York Times 14 October 1941: 29. New York Times 1 April 1956: 99. Filming of The Shanghai Gesture was postponed to enable Mature to finish Screaming, which was a popular success. Los Angeles Times 16 December 1956: N10. Mature was reunited with producer Irwin Allen for , shot in early 1959.
He was going to follow this with for and at United Artists. His first film under the contract was to be Bowery Nightingale with. He followed this with an Italian , Hannibal, with Mature in the title role. Retrieved October 5, 2015 — via. Los Angeles Times 2 February 1941: I7.
Los Angeles Times 20 September 1940: A12. New York Times 29 June 1941: X3. New York Times 22 May 1954: 8. Los Angeles Times 26 November 1938: A7. He followed this with a movie at Universal,.
Naval Institute Press, 1997, p. Mature missed some of the run due to an emergency appendectomy, but ended up playing the role until June. Everyone told me I would go crazy or die if I quit working. I had a compulsion to earn money, not to act. Mature was honorably discharged from the Coast Guard in November 1945 and he resumed his acting career. Mature was announced for a Fox musical, Highway to Hell, which ended up being postponed; instead, he replaced John Payne in a Betty Grable musical, Mature was replaced in turn on Highway by.
For his contribution to the motion picture industry, Mature has a star on the located at 6780 Hollywood Boulevard. Mature made another movie for Romina and Batjac, a Western,. Los Angeles Times 18 September 1953: 20. Mature renewed his contract with Fox for another year, his 12th at that studio. Sam Goldwyn, Jr, hired him to make The Sharkhunters, released through United Artists and shot on location in Cuba.