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William J. Locke (1863–1930)

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(age 67) in Paris, France

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Stella Maris Writer
(1918)
(1925)
(1932)
(1921)

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 2004 Ladies in Lavender (short story)
 1958 Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- The Kind Mr. Smith (1958) ... (story)
 1955 Playbill (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1953 Stella Maris (novel)
 1936 The Beloved Vagabond (novel - as W.J. Locke)
 1936 Le vagabond bien-aimé (novel)
 1935 The Morals of Marcus (from famous play - as W.J. Locke)
 1932 Strangers in Love (novel "The Shorn Lamb")
 1925 Stella Maris (novel)
 1925 Simon the Jester (novel)
 1925 The Coming of Amos (novel "The Coming of Amos" - as William John Locke)
 1924 The Side Show of Life (novel "The Mountebank")
 1924 A Fool's Awakening (novel "The Tale of Triona" - as William John Locke)
 1923 The Beloved Vagabond (novel)
 1921 Morals (play "The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne" - novel "The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne")
 1921 The Wonderful Year (novel - as W.J. Locke)
 1921/I The Oath (novel "Idols")
 1920 The Song of the Soul (novel "An Old World Romance")
 1920 The White Dove (novel)
 1919/II The Usurper (novel - as W.J. Locke)
 1918 Viviette (novel - as William John Locke)
 1918 Stella Maris (from the novel by)
 1917 Where Love Is (novel)
 1916 Jaffery (novel)
 1916 Idols (novel)
 1916 The Fortunate Youth (novel)
 1915 The Beloved Vagabond (novel)
 1915 Simon, the Jester (novel - as William John Locke)
 1915 The Glory of Clementina (Short) (story)
 1915 The Morals of Marcus (novel "The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne, and play "The Morals of Marcus"")
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Personal Details

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Stage: Wrote (final Broadway credit; w/Ernest Denny) "The Mountebank.", produced on Broadway. Directed by David Burton. Lyceum Theatre: 7 May 1923-Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: F. Cecil Butler (as "Parker"), Marjorie Chard (as "Lady Verity-Stewart"), Lillian Kemble-Cooper (as "Lady Auriol Dayne"), Louis La Bey... See more »

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Alternate Names:

W.J. Locke | William John Locke
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Nickname:

William James Locke See more »

Star Sign:

Pisces

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