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Rachel Crothers (1878–1958)

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Was considered the leading female playwright of her day. See more trivia »

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Filmography

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 1956 Matinee Theatre (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Susan and God (1956) ... (story)
 1951-1952 Celanese Theatre (TV Series) (play - 2 episodes)
- When Ladies Meet (1952) ... (play)
- Susan and God (1951) ... (play)
 1941 When Ladies Meet (play)
 1940 The Captain Is a Lady (play "Old Lady 31")
 1940 Susan and God (based on the celebrated play by)
 1938 Mother Carey's Chickens (play)
 1935 Splendor (play) / (screenplay)
 1935 No More Ladies (adaptation - uncredited)
 1934 As Husbands Go (play)
 1933 When Ladies Meet (based on the play by)
 1930 Let Us Be Gay (from the play by)
 1930 Soyons gais (play)
 1927 A Little Journey (play)
 1924 Wine of Youth (play "Mary the Third")
 1922 Nice People (play)
 1920 39 East (play)
 1920 Old Lady 31 (play)
 1919 The Mite of Love (Short) (story)
 1918 A Man's World (play)
 1916 The Perils of Divorce (story)
 1914 The Three of Us (play)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Ourselves. Written by Rachel Crothers. Lyric Theatre: 12 Nov 1913- Dec 1913 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: Catherine Alden, Thurlow Bergen (as "Bob Barrington"), Louise Coleman, Grace Elliston (as "Molly"), Grace Gardner, Alice Hastings, Jobyna Howland (as "Beatrice Barrington, A Socialite), Selene Johnson, ... See more »
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During the Second World War she founded the American Theater Wing to aid British war relief and later the Stage Door Canteen, a recreational center for servicemen in New York City. See more »

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