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(Short) (play "The Front Page" - uncredited)
(adaptation) / (dialogue)
Johnny on a Spot. Comedy. Written by Charles MacArthur
. Based on a story by Parke Levy
. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Frederick Fox. Directed by Charles MacArthur. Plymouth Theatre: 8 Jan 1942- 10 Jan 1942 (4 performances). Cast: Edith Atwater
(as "Julie Glynn"), Sanford Bickart
(as "Creeper"), Jack Brainard (as "...
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(About Irving Thalberg
) He's too good to last. The lamb doesn't lie down with the lion for long.
He and wife Helen Hayes
were close friends with Norma Shearer
and her husband, MGM production chief Irving Thalberg
. When news of Thalberg's sudden death was announced in September of 1936, Hayes sought out her husband to tell him the tragic news, only to find him alone outside playing tennis on the same court where he and Thalberg had shared many a match. According to Hayes he didn't come inside...