Philip Dunning

Phillip Dunning
Philip Hart Dunning (December 11, 1889 – July 20, 1968) was a playwright and theatrical producer.wikipedia
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Dunning collaborated with George Abbott to create Broadway, one of the most successful plays of the 1920s.
His first hit was Broadway, written and directed in partnership with Philip Dunning, whose play Abbott "rejiggered".

Broadway (play)

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Dunning collaborated with George Abbott to create Broadway, one of the most successful plays of the 1920s.
Broadway is a 1926 Broadway play produced by Jed Harris and written and directed by George Abbott and Philip Dunning.

Edna Hibbard

Earlier marriages were to John C. Seager, Jr., Treasurer of the Seager Steamship Company; Stuart Gage; playwright Philip Dunning, and James Dunne, who served as a private in France in World War I.

Woodrow Wilson

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Dunning began his career at age 12 as an extra and a carnival magician, and enlisted in the Navy during World War I. President Woodrow Wilson having made up his mind to visit Europe, Dunning was assigned to the SS George Washington to keep the President's party and the officers and crew in a happy frame of mind.

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Dunning began his career at age 12 as an extra and a carnival magician, and enlisted in the Navy during World War I. President Woodrow Wilson having made up his mind to visit Europe, Dunning was assigned to the SS George Washington to keep the President's party and the officers and crew in a happy frame of mind.

Twentieth Century (play)

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Dunning and Abbott produced Twentieth Century, the Ben Hecht-Charles MacArthur satire on the theater.

Darryl F. Zanuck

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Myocardial infarction

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He died of a myocardial infarction on the way to Norwalk Hospital and is interred in Assumption Cemetery, Westport, Connecticut.

Norwalk Hospital

He died of a myocardial infarction on the way to Norwalk Hospital and is interred in Assumption Cemetery, Westport, Connecticut.

Westport, Connecticut

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He died of a myocardial infarction on the way to Norwalk Hospital and is interred in Assumption Cemetery, Westport, Connecticut.

Thomas Jackson (actor)

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His last stage performance was in the hit play Broadway, directed by George Abbott and Philip Dunning, which ran from 1926–28 at the Broadhurst Theatre.

Night Hostess

Night Hostess is a play written by Philip Dunning that premiered on Broadway on September 12, 1928 at the Martin Beck Theatre.

Page Miss Glory (1935 film)

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It was based on the play of the same name by Joseph Schrank and Philip Dunning.

The Woman Racket

It is based on a 1928 Broadway play, Night Hostess by Philip Dunning.

Joseph Calleia

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In 1926 Calleia was given his first prominent stage role, in George Abbott and Philip Dunning's smash hit, Broadway.

Joseph P. Bickerton Jr.

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Among Bickerton's clients were Florenz Ziegfeld, David Belasco, Elmer Rice, George Abbott, Philip Dunning, Sidney Kingsley and Ed Wynn.

Paul Fejos

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Later that year Fejos began production on his largest and most ambitious film: Broadway, based on the hit stage production produced by Jed Harris, George Abbott and Phillip Dunning.