Who Won the 1952
Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical

Yul Brynner

("The King and I")

1951 Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical Winner
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1952 Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical Winner Yul Brynner News

Interview: Brian Cox

The Scotsman
When he talks about being inspired by the idea of props as enablers for Churchill, with a story about the cancer-ridden Yul Brynner being transformed from frail old man to proud dancing monarch by the opening bars of Shall we Dance, he hums loudly and ...

1952 Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical Winner Yul Brynner News

REVIEW: “ADIOS, SABATA” (1970), STARRING YUL BRYNNER, AND “RETURN OF SABATA” (1971), STARRING LEE ...

Cinema Retro
Only Mr. Magoo would mistake Yul Brynner and Lee Van Cleef for each other, but reviewers had an “Oh, well,” attitude about the casting, simply assuming that Brynner had stepped in for Van Cleef between the first and third movies. Audiences didn't seem ...

1952 Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical Winner Yul Brynner News

Broadway Comes to the Jersey Shore

The Two River Times
He studied music at Northwestern University and sang professionally in Chicago, where an agent recognized his talent. Not long after, Chandler landed the role of Lun Tha in touring company of “The King and I,” working alongside Yul Brynner. It was his ...

1952 Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical Winner Yul Brynner News

John Shipley: How long can Twins weather baseball's worst bullpen?

TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
The MN Twins have led the AL Central for most of the season, but that bullpen will eventually have its way. Too bad, because the rest of the team has proven to ...

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