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The Moon Is Blue
(stage play "The Moon Is Blue") / (written for the screen by)
(original screenplay) / (story - uncredited)
(based on a play by) / (screen play)
For Keeps. Comedy. Written by F. Hugh Herbert
Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Henry Miller's Theatre: 14 Jun 1944- 8 Jul 1944 (29 performances). Cast: George Baxter (as "Terry"), Grover Burgess
(as "Frank"), Norma Clerc (as "June"), Frank Conroy
(as "Paul Vanda"), Joseph R. Garry (as "Charlie"), Pat Kirkland
[credited as ...
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Frederick Hugh Herbert | Hugh Herbert
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Viennese-born, London-educated playwright, novelist and screenwriter. Entered films with MGM in 1926. Best known as the creator of the archetypal American teen, Corliss Archer, introduced in his 1943 Broadway play "Kiss and Tell". With Warner Brothers (1933-36), Universal (1937-38), and 20th Century Fox (1946-48).