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Peccadillo - Full Length Play, Comedy

Peccadillo

Garson Kanin

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Full Length Play, Comedy

4m, 2f

ISBN: 9780573691881

"Those who adore well constructed comedy will go berserk." - Buffalo News

"Vibrant." - Miami Herald

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Full Length Play

Comedy

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Maestro Vito De Angelis, an egomaniacal but charming conductor, is under contract to a major publisher to deliver his autobiography. The publisher has paid a huge advance and Vito has just fired his fifth ghost writer. The publisher sends pretty Iris Peabody, knowing that Vito is a sucker for the ladies, to gain his cooperation as she ghost writes the book. The stratagem works, a fact that distresses Mrs. Vito, former opera star Rachel Garland. She hires a handsome young ghost writer to write her autobiography: Mrs. Maestro. Christopher Plummer, Glynis Johns and Kelly McGillis starred in this light hearted romp by the author of Born Yesterday.
"Those who adore well constructed comedy will go berserk." - Buffalo News

"Vibrant." - Miami Herald

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4m, 2f

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Garson Kanin

Garson Kanin

Garson Kanin acted in and directed theatrical productions in the 1930s, and in 1938 began directing films. His notable early films include the comedies The Great Man Votes (1938), Bachelor Mother (1939), and Tom, Dick And Harry (1941). During World War II he produced and directed several documentaries for the Office of Emergency Management; he also collaborated on documentaries with Carol Reed ... view full profile

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