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Jean Bart (I) (1877–1955)

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Her play "The Squall" confounded some critics with its long run. At one performance after the actress playing Nubi recited her line "Me Nubi. Me good girl. Me stay here." Humorist Robert Benchley reached for his hat and said "Me Bobby. Me bad boy. Me go home.".

Born:

in France

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Known For

Strange Confession
(1945)
Verbena trágica
(1938)
The Squall
The Squall Writer
(1929)

Filmography

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 1945 Strange Confession (based on a composition by)
 1939 The Mad Empress (adaptation)
 1938 Verbena trágica (screenplay)
 1934 The Man Who Reclaimed His Head (play) / (screenplay)
 1929 The Squall (from the play by)
 1917 The Flaming Omen (story - as Marie De Sarlabous)
 1916 A Prince in a Pawnshop (story - as Marie De Sarlabous)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Wrote "A Woman Denied", produced on Broadway. Drama. From the Italian of Gennaro Curci. Directed by Len Elmore. Ritz Theatre: 25 Feb 1931-Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Genevieve Belasco, Herbert Braggiotti, Donald Douglas, Jules Epailly (as "Don Carlos Von Weigand"), Donald Kirke, McKay Morris, Mary ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Marie De Sarlabous | Marie Antoinette Sarlabous
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Trivia:

Her play "The Squall" confounded some critics with its long run. At one performance after the actress playing Nubi recited her line "Me Nubi. Me good girl. Me stay here." Humorist Robert Benchley reached for his hat and said "Me Bobby. Me bad boy. Me go home.".

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