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What a Life!


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Biltmore Theatre

George Abbott (1887—1995)

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(1938),

a comedy by Clifford Goldsmith. [Biltmore Theatre, 538 perf.] Henry Aldrich (Ezra Stone) is a mischievous, fun‐loving high school student who shows no promise of following his father to ...

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