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Hordern's birthplace in BerkhamstedHertfordshire Hordern's mother, Margaret Murray, was descended from James Murrayan Irish physician whose research into digestion led to his discovery of the stomach aid milk of magnesia in As a young man Edward joined the Royal Indian Marines and gained the rank of lieutenant.
During a short break on home-leave he fell in love with Margaret, after they were introduced by one of his brothers. The courtship was brief and the young couple married in Burma on 28 November Still stationed abroad, Edward was promoted to the rank of captain for which he received a good salary.
The family lived in comfort and Margaret employed a scullery maidnanny, groundsman, and full-time cook.
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The trip, although only planned as a short term stay, lasted two years because of the ferocity of the First World War. His young age exempted him from full-time studies but he was allowed to partake in extracurricular activities, including swimming, football, rugby and fishing.
As well as the organisation of plays, Hordern arranged a regular group of players, himself included, to perform various plays which they wrote, directed, and choreographed themselves. In his autobiography, A World Elsewhere, he admitted: The first of these was The Gondoliersin which he played the role of the Duchess.
The tutors called his performance a great success, and he was given a position within the men's chorus in the next piece, Iolanthe.
It was a period which he later acknowledged as being the start of his career. With her, she brought home an orphaned baby girl named Jocelyn, whom she adopted. There, Michael developed a love for fishing, a hobby about which he remained passionate for the rest of his life.
Hassall, who also went on to have a successful stage career, was, as Hordern noted, instrumental in his decision to become an actor. For Hordern the move was ideal; his love of fishing had become stronger and he was able to explore the remote landscape and its isolated rivers. He joined an amateur dramatics company  and in his spare time, rehearsed for the company's only play, Ritzio's Boots, which was entered into a British Drama League competition, with Hordern in the title role.
The play did well but conceded the prize, a professional production at a leading London theatre, to Not This Man, a drama written by Sydney Box. So envious was he of the rival show's success that Hordern supplied a scathing review to The Welwyn Times calling Box's show a "blasphemous bunk and cheap theatrical claptrap".
Hordern won the case and left Box liable for the proceeding's expenses. Years later the two men met on a film set where Box, much to Hordern's surprise, thanked him for helping to kick-start his career in film making, as he had received a lot of publicity as a result of the court case.
He briefly took a job at a prep school  but fell ill with poliomyelitis and had to leave. Upon his recuperation,  he was offered a job as a travelling salesman for the British Educational Suppliers Associationa family-run business belonging to a former school friend at Windlesham House.
That summer he joined a Shakespearian theatre company which toured stately homes throughout the United Kingdom. Hordern enjoyed his time there, despite the tiresome commute between Sussex and London, and stayed with the company for five years.
By the end of he had left his sales job in Beaconsfield to pursue a full-time acting career. The play was an instant hit and ran at the People's Theatre in Mile End for two weeks.
He employed Hordern in both with the first being the more successful. It was a time that the actor recognised as being a turning point in his professional acting career. On his return to London, and after spending a few weeks in unemployment, he was offered a part in the ill-fated Ninety Sail.Student's and tutors' comments on Personal lives and social policy DD Seton Hall Constitutional L.J.
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