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George V. Hobart (1867–1926)


In 1895 he founded "The Sunday Scimitar" in Cumberland, Maryland. See more trivia »

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Known For

The White Sister
Wildfire Writer
Bad Company
Bad Company Writer
Mrs. Black Is Back


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 1928 Stop That Man (play)
 1925 Wildfire (play "Wildfire")
 1925 Bad Company
 1923 The White Sister (writer)
 1923 Success (titles)
 1923 Mighty Lak' a Rose (titles)
 1922 Sonny (play)
 1921 Experience (play)
 1919 The Jungle Trail (story)
 1918 Our Mrs. McChesney (play)
 1918 Madame Jealousy (story)
 1916 The Wonderful Wager (Short) (story)
 1915 The Yankee Girl (play)
 1915 Wildfire (play)
 1914 Mrs. Black Is Back (play)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Wrote book / lyrics for "Nell-Go-In", produced on Broadway. Musical / Ballet / Burlesque / Vaudeville. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. A burlesque on the play "Nell Gwynne" by Henrietta Crosman. Ballets arranged by Carl Marwig. New York Theatre: 31 Oct 1900-17 Nov 1900 (25 performances). Cast: American Comedy Four (as "Vaudeville ... See more »

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Worked as a telegraph operator. See more »

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