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C.M.S. McLellan (1865–1916)


Brother-in-law of Madge Lessing.

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Known For

The Belle of New York
Leah Kleschna
Leah Kleschna Writer
The Belle of New York


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 1952 The Belle of New York (play - as Hugh Morton)
 1924 The Moral Sinner (play "Leah Kleschna")
 1919 The Belle of New York (play - as Hugh Morton)
 1918 The Girl Who Came Back (play "Leah Kleschna")
 1913 Leah Kleschna (play)
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 1953 The Actress (lyrics: "My Beautiful Lady" (1911) - uncredited)
 1950 Two Weeks with Love (lyrics: "My Beautiful Lady" - uncredited)

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Other Works:

Stage: Co-wrote additional lyrics for "The Night Boat", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Jerome Kern. Book and Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Based on a farce by Alexandre Bisson. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Music orchestrated by Frank Sadler. Additional lyrics co-written by Frank Craven, Bob Cole, William Jerome, Bert... See more »

Alternate Names:

Hugh Morton

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Brother-in-law of Madge Lessing.

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