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(screenplay - originally uncredited)
(screenplay - originally as Gilbert Holland)
(contributing writer - uncredited)
(additional writer - uncredited)
Holiday. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Costume Design by Margaret Pemberton. Directed and produced by Arthur Hopkins
. Plymouth Theatre: 26 Nov 1928- Jun 1929 (closing date unknown/229 performances). Cast: Beatrice Ames, Thaddeus Clancy, Cameron Clemens, Rosalie Norman, Monroe Owsley, Ben...
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I don't think David Selznick was in a class with Irving Thalberg. He was the kind of producer who would shoot everything and then really begin making the picture in the cutting room... quite an expensive process, but with David it seemed to work.
Noted for his satirical observations of American high society, best exemplified by "The Philadelphia Story".