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Louis N. Parker (1852–1944)

British dramatist, composer and pageant master Louis Napoleon Parker was born in Calvados, France, in 1852. His father, Charles Albert Parker, was a well-to-do American lawyer, a son of Isaac Parker, chief justice of Massachusetts. At the age of 39, in 1840, Charles left America with his much younger English wife, Elizabeth Moray, and started ... See full bio »

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Known For

Disraeli Writer
The Monkey's Paw
The Great Day
The Great Day Writer
Beauty and the Barge


Hide Hide Show Show Writer (19 credits)
 1954 The Monkey's Paw (TV Short) (dramatised by)
 1948 The Monkey's Paw (TV Short) (dramatised by)
 1945 L'abito nero da sposa (play "The Cardinal")
 1939 The Monkey's Paw (TV Movie)
 1937 Beauty and the Barge (well known stage success)
 1935 Drake the Pirate (play "Drake of England")
 1933 The Monkey's Paw (play)
 1929 Disraeli (play - uncredited)
 1926 The Man in the Street (Short) (play)
 1923 The Monkey's Paw (play)
 1921 Disraeli (play)
 1920 The Great Day (play - as Louis Napoleon Parker)
 1919 Comradeship (story)
 1916 A gyónás szentsége (play)
 1916 Disraeli (play) / (scenario)
 1916 The Black Night (scenario)
 1915 Rosemary (play)
 1915 The Monkey's Paw (Short) (play)
 1914 Joseph and His Coat of Many Colors (play "Joseph and His Brethren" - as Louis Napoleon Parker)
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Other Works:

"Joseph And His Brethren," written and directed by Louis N. Parker (as Louis Napoleon Parker); with Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree; George Relph, Maxine Elliott, Philip Merivale, Cynthia Brooke, Jessie Winter, Henry Vibart, Owen Roughwood, and Roy Byford in the cast; on the West End at His Majesty's Theatre, London, England, UK. See more »

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Louis Napoleon Parker

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