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C. Haddon Chambers (1860–1921)

Playwright and journalist Charles Haddon Chambers was born in Sydney, Australia, on April 22, 1860, to Irish immigrants. After graduating from school he took a government job with the New South Wales Civil Service, but left after a few years to be a stockrider in the outback. At age 22 he left Australia for London, England, to try his hand at ... See full bio »

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The Idler
The Idler Writer
Passers By
Passers By Writer
A Modern Magdalen
Captain Swift
Captain Swift Writer


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 1920 Passers-By (play)
 1920 Captain Swift (play)
 1919 The Impossible Woman (play)
 1916 Passers By (play "Passers-By")
 1915 The Fatal Card (play)
 1915 A Modern Magdalen (play)
 1914/II The Idler (play)
 1914 Captain Swift (play)
 1914/III The Idler (Short) (play)

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Stage: Wrote "The Tyranny of Tears" on Broadway. Comedy. Empire Theatre: 11 Sep 1899-Jan 1900 (closing date unknown/128 performances). Cast: A.S. 'Pop' Byron, Ida Conquest, John Drew, Harry Harwood, Isabel Irving, Frank Lamb. Produced by Charles Frohman. See more »

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Charles Haddon Chambers

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Older brother of playwright Henry K. Chambers.

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