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The Prince and Mr. Jones - Full Length Play

The Prince and Mr. Jones

Samuel Spewack

Full Length Play

15m, 3f

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Full Length Play

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(Produced in New York as Once There Was a Russian.) Based on the actual events involving John Paul Jones, Prince Potemkin and Catherine the Great of Russia, the play proves again, with crackling humor, how history invariably manages to repeat itself. "…it is the most entertaining whack at Russian—and early American—foibles in a long time." —Wall Street Journal. "The new play abounds in laughter…" —NY Telegraph. "…Sam Spewack has written an amusing, ultimately trenchant charade…" —Washington, D.C. Post. "The playwright has drawn a magnificent etching of Potemkin, his lust for power, his cynicism, his rascality, and his surface urbanity, and even his hypocritical effusions of affection." —NY Women's Wear Daily. "Sam Spewack, who owns one of the more amusing minds at work in the theatre, has set it to examining the Russians in his latest comedy." —Washington, D.C. Star.
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