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George Arliss played this classical pianist in the silent 1922 film [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0013363/ The Man Who Played God] and its [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_Who_Played_God 1932 sound remake]. After being deafened by a bomb and learning to lip-read, he gives up his musical career and his fiancée in favor of helping people. Fun fact: the 1932 version was Bette Davis's first starring role.
 
George Arliss played this classical pianist in the silent 1922 film [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0013363/ The Man Who Played God] and its [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_Who_Played_God 1932 sound remake]. After being deafened by a bomb and learning to lip-read, he gives up his musical career and his fiancée in favor of helping people. Fun fact: the 1932 version was Bette Davis's first starring role.
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Boris Karloff played the character in a "[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0637903/ The Man Who Played God]" episode (4/25/1957)of drama television series ''Lux Video Theatre''.
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George Arliss played this classical pianist in the silent 1922 film The Man Who Played God and its 1932 sound remake. After being deafened by a bomb and learning to lip-read, he gives up his musical career and his fiancée in favor of helping people. Fun fact: the 1932 version was Bette Davis's first starring role.

Boris Karloff played the character in a "The Man Who Played God" episode (4/25/1957)of drama television series Lux Video Theatre.