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Fay Bainter

(1891—1968)

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Corse Payton

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(1867–1934), actor.

Self‐advertised as “The World's Best Bad Actor,” he was born in Centreville, Iowa, and at the age of sixteen organized a traveling company composed largely of...

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Dodsworth

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(1934),

a play by Sidney Howard. [Shubert Theatre, 317 perf.] A rich, retired automobile manufacturer, Samuel Dodsworth (Walter Huston), decides to take his wife, Fran (Fay...

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East is West

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(1918),

a comedy by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. [Astor Theatre, 680 perf.] Although she was given a proper Chinese upbringing, Ming Toy (Fay Bainter) is something of a ...

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Two Orphans

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(1874).

Called by George Odell “one of the greatest theatrical successes of all time in America,” Hart Jackson's translation of Cormonand D'Ennery's Les Deux Orphelines was first...

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