(from the novel by)
No Place to Go
(adapted from the play: "Minick" by) / (short story "Old Man Minick" - uncredited)
(adapted from the play: "Minick" by) / (story "Old Man Minick" - uncredited)
The Royal Family. Comedy. Written by George S. Kaufman
and Edna Ferber
. Directed by David Burton
. Selwyn Theatre: 28 Dec 1927- Oct 1928 (closing date unknown/345 performances). Cast: Murray Alper
(as "McDermott"), Ann Andrews (as "Julie Cavendish, Fanny's daughter"), Hubert Courtney (as "Gunga"), Orlando Daly
(as "Herbert Dean,...
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Did You Know?
Living in the past is a dull and lonely business; looking back strains the neck muscles, causes you to bump into people not going your way.
The character of Jett Rink in her novel "Giant" was loosely based upon the life of Texas oilman Glenn McCarthy
. McCarthy built the Shamrock Hotel at a cost of $21 million. It opened on St. Patrick's Day 1949 with a grand-opening party costing over $1 million. Ferber was one of the guests who stayed in the hotel, and after meeting with him, she decided to write a novel based upon his life. McCarthy...