Business: Bitters Family

Before he went to Hollywood in 1925, Frank Morgan had been on the stage for a decade. He gave up reporting for the Boston Traveller and ranching in New Mexico to play one-night vaudeville stands in 1914. A quavering voice, a well-groomed mustache, a debonnaire manner brought him leading comedy parts in cinema, where many remember him best as the doctor-husband in Reunion in Vienna. Last week Actor Morgan put on his nattiest suit, gave his mustache an extra twist and became a businessman. In Manhattan he was elected vice president of a company...

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