A Bell for Adano. Drama. Written by Paul Osborn, from the novel by John Hersey
. Directed by H.C. Potter
. Cort Theatre: 6 Dec 1944- 27 Oct 1945 (296 performances). Produced by Leland Hayward
[earliest Broadway credit]. Note: Filmed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation as A Bell for Adano
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I love science fiction. As a youngster, I used to buy all the pulp magazines. I loved them. I was very pleased when I was assigned to direct my first SF film because I was still an avid fan. The more I did this type of film the better I liked it, because the studio left me alone. Fortunately, no one at that time at the studio was an expert at directing SF films, so I claimed to be one. I wasn't, ...
Some time after The Lost World
(1960) came out, Universal Pictures planned to remake the Arthur Conan Doyle
classic in the U. K. with Arnold directing. It was a project he wanted badly to do, but according to friend and former star John Agar
, the studio canceled the project because of Arnold's health issues.