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Sophie Kerr (1880–1965)

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The Sophie Kerr Award is given to the senior who shows the most promise as a writer at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. More than $750,000 has been awarded since the award's inception in 1968.

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Known For

Big Hearted Herbert
(1934)
Beauty's Worth
(1922)
People Will Talk
(1935)
Fickle Women
Fickle Women Writer
(1920)

Filmography

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 1957 Matinee Theatre (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Big Hearted Herbert (1957) ... (story)
 1954 Fireside Theatre (TV Series) (original story - 1 episode)
- Harvest of Wrath (1954) ... (original story)
 1940 Father Is a Prince (from a play by - as Sophie Kerr Underwood)
 1935 People Will Talk (story "Such a Lovely Couple")
 1934 Big Hearted Herbert (based on a play adapted by) / (from a story by)
 1933 The Woman Accused (Liberty Magazine serial chapter)
 1924 Worldly Goods (story)
 1924 Young Ideas (story "Relative Values")
 1922 Beauty's Worth (story)
 1921 The House That Jazz Built (story "Sweetie Peachie")
 1920 Fickle Women (story "Sitting on the World")
 1919 The Invisible Bond (novel "The See-Saw: A Story of To-day")
 1916 The Blue Envelope Mystery (novel)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Story: "Worldly Goods" (filmed as Worldly Goods (1924)) See more »

Alternate Names:

Sophie Kerr Underwood
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Trivia:

The Sophie Kerr Award is given to the senior who shows the most promise as a writer at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. More than $750,000 has been awarded since the award's inception in 1968.

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