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Robert Morse could never be preserved long enough to become a film star with that impished, gap-toothed smile and anxious bundle of energy. It would be his calling to live the life. In 1949, he made his debut with the musical, "On the Road," and studied with Lee Strasberg before making his inauspicious film debut in The Proud and Profane (1956), but there were few movie offerings.Instead, he brightened Broadway's stars as "Barnaby Tucker" in "The Matchmaker" (and in The Matchmaker's film version (1958), in "Tell, Darling" (Tony's nomination in 1958), "Take Me Along" (Tony's nomination in 1959) and his best-known appearance as the ever-ambitious "J. Pierpont Finch" in "How to Success in Business Without Really Trying," where he finally won the Tony, in 1961.
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