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Channing Pollock (I) (1880–1946)


Author, Playwright, Drama Critic, Publicity Agent, Lecturer and World Traveler.

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Known For

Chocolat Soundtrack
The Locked Door
Midnight Intruder
The Enemy
The Enemy Writer


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 1963 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
 1938 Midnight Intruder (story "Welcome Imposter")
 1929 The Locked Door (play "The Sign on the Door")
 1928 The Street of Illusion (story)
 1927 The Enemy (play)
 1925 The Crowded Hour (play)
 1925 The Fool (play)
 1922 The Beauty Shop (play)
 1921 Such a Little Queen (play)
 1921 The Sign on the Door (play)
 1921 Roads of Destiny (play)
 1920 She Couldn't Help It (play "In the Bishop's Carriage")
 1920 Clothes (play)
 1918 A Perfect Lady (play)
 1917 His Father's Son (story)
 1917 Lost and Won (story)
 1916 The Dawn of Love (story)
 1916/I The Pretenders (story)
 1916 The Red Widow (Short) (play)
 1916 The Final Curtain (scenario)
 1915 The Secret Orchard (play)
 1915 My Best Girl (play)
 1914 The Pit (scenario)
 1914 Such a Little Queen (play)
 1914 The Little Gray Lady (play)
 1914 Clothes (play)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Wrote "The Enemy", produced on Broadway. Directed by Robert Milton. Times Square Theatre: 20 Oct 1925-Apr 1926 (closing date unknown/203 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Carl Behrend"), Fay Bainter (as "Pauli Arndt"), Charles Dalton, Donald Hughes, Olive May, Jane Seymour, Harold Vermilyea (as "Jan"), Lyonel Watts (as "... See more »

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Personal Quote:

The theater, as we know it today, is being wiped out by the motion picture because the motion picture requires no effort to think. And when the motion picture is wiped out, it will be because something else has been has been discovered which requires even less effort to think.


Author, Playwright, Drama Critic, Publicity Agent, Lecturer and World Traveler.

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