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Bronson Howard (1842–1908)


At the time of his death was regarded as the dean of American playwrights. See more trivia »

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 1920 The Saphead (original play "The Henrietta")
 1920 Young Mrs. Winthrop (play)
 1915 The Lamb (play "The Henrietta" - uncredited)
 1915 Young Mrs. Winthrop (Short) (play)
 1914 Aristocracy (play)
 1914 One of Our Girls (play)
 1914 The Banker's Daughter (adaptation) / (play)
 1913 Shenandoah (Short) (play)

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Stage: Wrote "Saratoga" (aka "Pistols for Seven"; earliest Broadway credit), produced on Broadway. Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre: 21 Dec 1870-1 Apr 1871 (unknown performances). Cast: Fanny Davenport (as "Effie Remington"), William Davidge (as "Elder Vanderpool"), Linda Dietz (as "Virginia Vanderpool"), Mrs. Gilbert (as "Elder Vanderpool... See more »

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His wife was a sister of Sir Charles Wyndham. See more »

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