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William Wycherley (1641–1715)

After he wrote the play, "The Gentleman Master", (1672), it was panned by critics, so in the prologue to his most famous play, "The Country Wife", (1676), he offered the actors, mistresses and matrons to the critics in case this was equally badly received. His last play was, "The Plain Dealer", (1676). He was buried, possibly in Covent Garden, ... See full bio »

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 2011 The Happy Husband (Short)
 1977 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
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 1915/I The Country Girl (Short) (play "The Country Wife")
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His play, "A Country Girl", was performed at the Daly's Theatre in London, England with Olive Morrell, Willie Warde, Gilbert Porteous, Rutland Barrington (played "Rajah of Bhong"), Aileen D'Orme, Grace Leigh, Huntley Wright, Hayden Coffin and Charles Angelo in the cast. See more »
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English satirist. See more »

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