(from the play by - as Elmer L. Rice)
Wrote "Dream Girl", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Scenic Design by Eldon Elder. Costume Design by Emeline C. Roche. Music by William Brooks. Directed by 'Morton Da Costa'. City Center: 9 May 1951-20 May 1951 (15 performances). Cast: Don DeFore
(as "Clark Redfield" / "Mexican"), Joseph Dooley (as "Other Mexican" / "...
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Elmer L. Rice
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Much filmed Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright. A former legal student, he hit the big time with his first play "On Trial", which made him $100,000. He is best known, however, for the satirical "The Adding Machine" (which he wrote in seventeen days) and the urban chronicle "Street Scene".