George S. Kaufman


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Noun1.George S. Kaufman - United States playwright who collaborated with many other writers including Moss Hart (1889-1961)George S. Kaufman - United States playwright who collaborated with many other writers including Moss Hart (1889-1961)
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The Cocoanuts'' and ``Animal Crackers'' were both based on plays by George S.
A Paper Mill presentation of a musical in two acts, hook by George S.
It's still in print more than four decades after it was first published, even as most of Hart's theatrical output, with the exception of his classic collaborations with George S.
For the rest of the decade, they were the toast of Broadway, starring in two more hits, The Cocoanuts (1925) and Animal Crackers (1928), both tailored to their talents by top comedy writer George S.
In 1929 he wrote the first draft of Once in a Lifetime, a satire on Hollywood that became a hit the following year, after its exuberant humor had been tempered by the sardonic skill of George S.
He was the model for Sheridan Whiteside, the impossible and egotistical title character in The Man Who Came to Dinner, by George S.
Looking like Barton Fink and hand-washing like Lady Macbeth, Frank Ferrante's George S.