'MY FARCICAL LIFE AS A PASSENGER LIAISON OFFICER ON THE NEVASSA'

While passing through a quiet spell in my theatrical career, it was necessary to take a job in order to earn money. The shipping line, British-India, offered me the job of Passenger Liaison Officer, where I stayed for twice as long as any of my predecessors, namely seven months. If it had not been for the passengers the job would have been marvellous! It was not unusual to be asked: 'What time is the ten o'clock film this evening?'

Close this popup.