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A series of highly personal films
Robert Morley asks
I have always had a certain loathing of schoolmasters, feeling them to be a corrupt body of creatures on the whole ...
I'm not an educated man: I'm a drop-out. I left school at sixteen....
It was to revenge myself on schoolmasters that I became an actor
Executive producer, CHRISTOPHER RALLING
Directed by STEPHEN PEET
Robert Morley is in Halfway Up the Tree' at the Queen's Theatre. London
His own unhappy experiences very much in mind, Robert Morley swore that none of his three children should go to an English public school. When Sheridan, the eldest, was eight, Morley advertised in The Times for a school with ' no sports and a comfortable hotel standard of living'; and found one! The other children had equally unconventional educations, and aU of them have thrived on it


Unknown: Robert Morley
Producer: Christopher Ralling
Directed By: Stephen Peet
Directed By: Robert Morley
Unknown: Robert Morley

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