"Blessed Event" on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Harlan Thompson
. Longacre Theatre: 12 Feb 1932-May 1932 (115 performances). Cast included Herman J. Mankiewicz
2 Portrayals |
3 Articles |
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
In a novel, a hero can lay the girl and marry a virgin for the finish. In a movie, this is not allowed. The hero, as well as the heroine, has to be a virgin. The villain can lay anybody he wants, have as much fun as he wants - cheating and stealing, getting rich and whipping the servants. But you have to shoot him in the end.
Distinguished American screenwriter, noted for his satirical, often iconoclastic wit and sophisticated style of writing. Educated at Columbia University and in Berlin, he first worked as a correspondent for the Chicago Tribune. After his return to the States, he became drama editor for The New York Times and The New Yorker, before his move to Hollywood in 1926. Through his journalistic background...