My Fair Ladies. Comedy. Written by Arthur L. Jarrett, Marcel Klauber. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Albert Lewis. Hudson Theatre: 23 Mar 1941- 19 Apr 1941 (32 performances). Cast: Tom Coley (as "Ned Tate"), Vincent Donehue (as "Philip Gage"), Alfred Etcheverry (as "Tony Stiles"), Charles Furcolowe (as "Max"),
4 Biographical Movies |
2 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
1 Article |
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Did You Know?
When W. Somerset Maugham
wrote a book everyone would say, "Oh, God, who is Willie writing about now?" When Gustave Flaubert
wrote "Emma Bovary", twenty women said they were Emma. I start writing with a theme in my mind. Then I start asking, what kind of a personality? And because I have a good ear, I unconsciously pick up certain people. But that doesn't mean those people have led that life. ...
Her first novel, "Valley of the Dolls", was the top selling novel of 1966. It has sold over ten million copies to date.