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Oliver Morosco (1876–1945)


Father of producer/writer Walter Morosco. See more trivia »

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Hide Hide Show Show Producer (7 credits)
 1917 Jack and Jill (producer)
 1917 The Highway of Hope (producer)
 1917 His Sweetheart (producer)
 1916 Her Father's Son (producer)
 1916 The House of Lies (executive producer)
 1915 Kilmeny (producer)
 1915 Captain Courtesy (executive producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (5 credits)
 1929 So Long Letty (play)
 1922 The Half Breed (story)
 1920 So Long Letty (play)
 1915 The Wild Olive (scenario)
 1915 Pretty Mrs. Smith (play)
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 1923 Slippy McGee (presenter)
 1922 The Half Breed (presenter)
 1917 His Sweetheart (presenter)
 1916 The Making of Maddalena (presenter)
 1916 Madame la Presidente (presenter)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Directed (w/Franklin Underwood) / produced "The Brat" on Broadway. Written by Maude Fulton. Harris Theatre: 5 Mar 1917-Jul 1917 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: John Findlay, Maude Fulton, Charlotte Ives, Frank Kingdon, Edmund Lowe [Broadway debut], Gertrude Maitland [Broadway debut], Isabel O'Madigan, Lewis Stone... See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 11 Articles | See more »

Did You Know?


In 1917 Morosco was rewarded by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert for his assistance in helping them break the Theatrical Syndicate which under the aegis of the recently deceased Charles Frohman had virtually monopolized Broadway for two decades by having a theatre named in his honor. The 955-seat Morosco Theatre was located at 217 W 45th Street and opened on 5 Feb 1917. Morosco did not own the ... See more »

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