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Hugh Stanislaus Stange (1894–1966)

Trivia:

Son of British born Playwright Stanislaus Stange (1862-1917).

Died:

(age 71) in Miami, Florida, USA

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Known For

The Black Camel
(1931)
After Tomorrow
(1932)
Young Bride
Young Bride Writer
(1932)
New York Nights
(1929)

Filmography

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 1940 Seventeen (play - as Hugh Stange)
 1932 Young Bride (play "Love Starved")
 1932 After Tomorrow (play - as Hugh Stange)
 1932 She Wanted a Millionaire (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1931 The Black Camel (adaptation - as Hugh Stange)
 1929 New York Nights (play "Tin Pan Alley" - as Hugh Stanislaws Stange)
 1921 The Girl in the Taxi (play - as Stanislaus Strange)
 1917 A School for Husbands (story - as Stanislaus Stange)
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 1978 The Muppet Show (TV Series) (lyrics - 1 episode)
- Cloris Leachman (1978) ... (lyrics: "My Hero")
 1950 Two Weeks with Love (lyrics: "My Hero" - uncredited)
 1944 Shine on Harvest Moon (lyrics: "My Own United States" (1901) - uncredited)
 1941 The Chocolate Soldier (lyrics: "My Hero" (1909), "Thank the Lord the War Is Over" (1909), "Sympathy" (1909), "Seek the Spy" (1909), "Tiralala" (1909), "The Chocolate Soldier" (1909), "Forgive" (1909) - as Stanislaus Stange, uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: The Singing Girl. Musical comedy/opera. Music by Victor Herbert. Libretto by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Paul Steindorff. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Casino Theatre: 23 Oct 1899- 6 Jan 1900 (80 performances). Cast: William Bechtel (as "Oelrich"), May Boley (as "Freda"), Ruby Capen (as "... See more »

Alternate Names:

Hugh Stanislaws Stange | Hugh Stange | Stanislaus Stange | Stanislaus Strange
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Son of British born Playwright Stanislaus Stange (1862-1917).

Star Sign:

Cancer

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