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Too Much Family - Full Length Play, Comedy

Too Much Family

Harry Delf

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Full Length Play, Comedy

8m, 4f

ISBN: MS00000000109

NOTICE: Please be advised, this title is from the Samuel French Vault and is made from a scan of an archived manuscript. We hope you’ll treasure this glimpse into theatre history.

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Produced in New York as "Atlas and Eva". The story of Elmer Nebblepredder, a hardworking floor-walker in the town's best department store, who assumes all the worries of his entire family. Elmer acts as Cupid for his bashful sisters and finds jobs for all the male members of his family. But he worries too much and finds himself seriously ill. There is a very amusing scene where Elmer imagines he dies and finds himself before St. Peter who, much to Elmer's surprise, tells him that he is not wanted in Heaven, as his disposition would disturb the harmony of the other souls. Then Elmer awakes and realizes that he has neglected to give his wife and himself the attention they need. As the curtain falls you realize just how Elmer intends to act in the future.


8m, 4f


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