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Robert E Lee

ROBERT E LEE

  (1918 - 1994)

Nationality:    USA
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Born in elyria, OH. attended Ohio Wesleyan University; Lit. D., Northwestern University; H.H.D., Ohio State University; Honorary M.A., Pasadena Playhouse, College of Theatre Arts. Co-founder of armed Forces Radio Service; American Play-wrights Theatre; Ma

Research:    Member of the Dramatists Guild of America (as at 2015)

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        Annie Laurie         Auntie Mame         Call On Kuprin, A         Checkmate         City Has Lost Its Angels, The         Crocodile Smile, The         Dear World         Diamond Orchid         Dilly         Eclipse         Familiar Stranger, The         First Monday In October         Gang's All Here, The         Gibber         Houseboat In Kashmir         Incomparable Max, The         Inherit the Wind         Jabberwock         Laugh Maker, The         Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'         Mame         Night Thoreau Spent In Jail, The         Only In America         Paris, France         Roaring Camp         Shangri-La         Short And Sweet         Some Say In Ice         Sounding Brass         Sparks Fly Upward         Ten Days That Shook the World         Top Of the Mark         Whisper In the Mind



Annie Laurie

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
Los Angeles, Ca    -

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Harms, Inc. c/o Warner Bros., Inc., 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019,    -

Music:
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Genre:
Musicplay

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Auntie Mame

Synopsis:
This fabulously successful hit hardly needs introduction. Besides being the source for one of America's most popular musicals, aUNTIe MaMe set a standard for Broadway comedy that's been sought after ever since. "auntie Mame was a handsome, sparkling, scatterbrained and warm-hearted lady who brightened the American landscape from 1928 to the immediate past by her whimsical gaiety, her slightly madcap adventures and her devotion to her young nephew, who grew up to be Patrick Dennis. Through fortunes that rose and fell and a pleasant but brief marriage to a likable Southerner, who had the bad luck to tumble down from the Matterhorn, auntie Mame's chief concern was that nephew, whom she raised. . .[the play's] central figure is a woman of spirit, innate kindness and undefeatable courage. . ."-NY Post.

Notes:
written with Robert e Lee, Aka Mame, work by Patrick Dennis

1st Produced:
New York    1956

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Vanguard Press, New York, 1957   -

Music:
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Genre:
adaptation. - - Gay, theme/character full length

Parts:
Male:  25            Female:  12            Other:  3 boys (these include numerous bit parts, and extensive doubling is possible): 20 total

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Call On Kuprin, A

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence, novel by Maurice edelman

1st Produced:
New York    1961

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Samuel French, NY, 1962   -

Music:
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Genre:
adaptation

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Checkmate

Synopsis:
an American tourist in Russian during the cold war endeavours to help old university friend defect

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence; novel by Maurice edelman

1st Produced:
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Organisations:
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1st Published:
Samuel French, NY,    -

Music:
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Genre:
MeloDrama

Parts:
Male:  20            Female:  9            Other:  -

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City Has Lost Its Angels, The

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

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Crocodile Smile, The

Synopsis:
Tells of two inspired French comedians, both popular favorites. a beautiful woman, in love with both of them, agrees to build them their ideal theatre. then the rivalry begins: for she agrees to marry the "better actor." In tour-de-force roles which truly give actors a chance to show their talents, each goes to extravagant extremes to prove his mettle. the second act brings the deeply human awareness that genius cannot be handed over, gift-wrapped, to another generation. It is a fierce indictment against retirement, and offers a challenge to continue living in the living theatre

Notes:
written with Robert e Lee. As the Laugh maker, Hollywood, 1952. As Turn On the Night, Philadelphia, 1962

1st Produced:
Flatrock, North Carolina    1970

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Dramatists Play Service, NY, 1972   -

Music:
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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  11            Female:  2            Other:  1 boy, extras

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Dear World

Dear World
Paris - and oil has been discovered under it. the best place to drill is at the Cafe Francis in the Chaillot district. But the owner will not sell. the bosses of the big corporation force innocent Julian to go there and plant a bomb. But Julian becomes friendly with the people at the cafe - a juggler, a handsome waiter Nina the pretty waitress, a deaf mute who loves dancing and the Countess aurelia - known as the Madwoman Of Chaillot. Julian does not plant the bomb and tries to kill himself. the deaf mute rescues him and brings him unconscious into the cafe. When he comes to he thinks Nina is an angel. He is determined to try and kill himself again as he is fearful of the big corporation. the Countess prevents him. then someone arrives from the Corporation and tries to take Julian but the Countess throws him out. Julian goes to hide in the flat of the Countess - whilst she goes to consult the Sewerman. then together with the Madwoman of Montmartre and the Madwoman of the Flea Market she hatches a plan to rid the world of evil people.

Notes:
Original Playwright - Jean Giraudoux (the Madwoman of Chaillot); with Robert e Lee, music by Jerry Herman

1st Produced:
Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York    06 Feb 1969

Organisations:
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1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Original cast recording: Sony (48220) 1969

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Genre:
adaptation Musical

Parts:
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Diamond Orchid

Synopsis:
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Notes:
Written by Robert e lee and Jerome Lawrence

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Organisations:
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1st Published:
Dramatist Play Service 1969   -

Music:
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Genre:
One act

Parts:
Male:  16            Female:  6            Other:  -

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Dilly

Synopsis:
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Notes:
score, Vernon Duke, Lawrence & Lee

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Eclipse

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

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Familiar Stranger, The

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
Los Angeles, Ca    -

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Harms, Inc. c/o Warner Bros., Inc., 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019,    -

Music:
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First Monday In October

Synopsis:
the play deals with the behind the scenes frictions on the United States Supreme Court-particularly when an attractive but arch-conservative woman is appointed-and the resulting fireworks with the High Court's reigning liberal, Issues: porno movies and scheming multi-nationals. How mighty judicial matters can be resolved with humor and humanity.

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
Cleveland    1975

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Samuel French, NY, 1979   -

Music:
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Genre:
Comedy Drama Comedy

Parts:
Male:  14            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Gang's All Here, The

Synopsis:
Hastings, the easy going President in the White House, presides over corruption

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
New York    1959

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
World, Cleveland, 1960   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  15            Female:  4            Other:  -

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Gibber

Synopsis:
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Notes:
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1st Produced:
An Beal Bocht, Dublin    1990

Organisations:
Dry Bread Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Play One act

Parts:
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Houseboat In Kashmir

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
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Organisations:
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1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Incomparable Max, The

Synopsis:
the play begins with the appearance of "the incomparable Max" himself-critic, wit, caricaturist and satirist of matchless brilliance. the action then moves smoothly on to Max's encounter with enoch Soames, a down-and-out poet whose arrogance far outstrips his accomplishments. But Soames, convinced of his genius, makes a pact with the devil to discover what posterity will say of him one hundred years hence. His ensuing adventure, which takes him to the eerily computerized reading room of the British Museum in 1997, is funny, touching, and concluded with the kind of masterly ironic twist for which the Beerbohm stories are so justly celebrated. In the second portion of the play, Max meets one a.V. Laider, a young man deeply interested in palmistry, and the glimpses of the future it reputedly can provide. their casual discussion of the subject turns steadily more gripping-and horrifying-as the action of the play depicts the dreadful moment when Laider, aware that a train is about to be wrecked, lacked the will po

Notes:
written with Robert e Lee

1st Produced:
Abingdon, Virginia    1969

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Hill and Wang, New York, 1972   -

Music:
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Genre:
Comedy/Drama Comedy

Parts:
Male:  9            Female:  4            Other:  doubling

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Inherit the Wind

Inherit the Wind
Based on the 1925 Scopes "Monkey" trial in which science teacher John Scopes was accused of violating a Tennessee state statute by teaching Charles Darwin's theory of evolution to his students

Notes:
written by Jerome Lawrence And Robert e Lee

1st Produced:
Dallas Tx    1955

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Random House, New York, 1955
Bantam Books   978-0553144674

Music:
-

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Genre:
Human Drama

Parts:
Male:  17            Female:  5            Other:  extras

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Jabberwock

Synopsis:
Based on Improbabilities lived and imagined by James Thurber in the fictional city of Columbus, Ohio. This is the greening of Jamie in the days when Woodrow Wilson was keeping us Out of war.

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
Columbus, Ohio    1972

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Samuel French, NY, 1974   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Comedy

Parts:
Male:  26            Female:  17            Other:  doubling possible

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Laugh Maker, The

Synopsis:
Tells of two inspired French comedians, both popular favorites. a beautiful woman, in love with both of them, agrees to build them their ideal theatre. then the rivalry begins: for she agrees to marry the "better actor." In tour-de-force roles which truly give actors a chance to show their talents, each goes to extravagant extremes to prove his mettle. the second act brings the deeply human awareness that genius cannot be handed over, gift-wrapped, to another generation. It is a fierce indictment against retirement, and offers a challenge to continue living in the living theatre

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence. As the Laugh maker, Hollywood, 1952. As Turn On the Night, Philadelphia, 1962

1st Produced:
Hollywood    1952

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Dramatists Play Service, NY, 1972   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  11            Female:  2            Other:  1 boy, extras

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Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'

Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'
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Notes:
Music by Hugh Martin; lyrics by Hugh Martin; book by Jerome Lawrence; book by Robert e Lee

1st Produced:
Adelphi Theatre, New York    1948

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Original cast recording: Decca (B0003571-02) 1949

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Genre:
Musical

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Mame

Mame
This fabulously successful hit hardly needs introduction. Besides being the source for one of America's most popular musicals, aUNTIe MaMe set a standard for Broadway comedy that's been sought after ever since. "auntie Mame was a handsome, sparkling, scatterbrained and warm-hearted lady who brightened the American landscape from 1928 to the immediate past by her whimsical gaiety, her slightly madcap adventures and her devotion to her young nephew, who grew up to be Patrick Dennis. Through fortunes that rose and fell and a pleasant but brief marriage to a likable Southerner, who had the bad luck to tumble down from the Matterhorn, auntie Mame's chief concern was that nephew, whom she raised. . .[the play's] central figure is a woman of spirit, innate kindness and undefeatable courage. . ."-NY Post.

Notes:
Music And lyrics by Jerry Herman; book by Jerome Lawrence; Robert e Lee

1st Produced:
Winter Garden Theatre, New York    11 May 1966

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Original cast recording: Columbia (CK-3000) 1966

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Genre:
Musical

Parts:
Male:  25            Female:  12            Other:  3 boys (these include numerous bit parts, and extensive doubling is possible): 20 total

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Night Thoreau Spent In Jail, The

Synopsis:
the most produced play of our time: the long journey of the soul of Henry David Thoreau from being a hermit to rejoining the human race - during his one night in jail.

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
Columbus, Ohio    1970

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Hill and Wang, New York, 1970   -

Music:
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Genre:
Biographical

Parts:
Male:  11            Female:  5            Other:  extras

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Only In America

Synopsis:
a Jewish journalist leaves New York and settles in North Carolina. He has a book published that leads to an anonymous letter being sent threatening to open old wounds. the journalist decides to give up and move away but in inundated with telegrams begging him to stay

Notes:
written with Robert e Lee, work by Harry Golden

1st Produced:
New York    1959

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Samuel French, NY, 1960   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
adaptation

Parts:
Male:  17            Female:  5            Other:  extras

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Paris, France

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

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Organisations:
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Roaring Camp

Synopsis:
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Notes:
music, Dvorak; lyrics, Lawrence & Lee

1st Produced:
Los Angeles, Ca    -

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
-

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Shangri-La

Synopsis:
a plane crashes in the Himalayas. Five people survive a writer, two Broadway dancers, a missionary and an engineer. they find themselves in an unknown place called Shangri-La where there is peace and no one grows old.

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence And James Hilton, music by Harry warren, novel Lost Horizon by Hilton

1st Produced:
Winter Gardens Theatre, New York    1956

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Morris Music, New York, 1956   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
adaptation

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Short And Sweet

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
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Organisations:
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1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Some Say In Ice

Synopsis:
-

Notes:
written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

1st Produced:
-    -

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Sounding Brass

Synopsis:
St. Paul sans sainthood: this was written for the chancel. What if Paul had ac-tually revisited the warring church in Corinth, instead of lambasting the new Christians with let-ters from the mainland? the flawed Saul of Tarsus battles for the loyalty of his most important church and nearly loses. Very free-form.

Notes:
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1st Produced:
Reformed Church, Bronxville, NY    1975

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Samuel French, NY, 1976   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  7            Female:  3            Other:  1b extras

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Sparks Fly Upward

Synopsis:
a scathing portrait of the flammable evita Peron. even in her early days as an obscure radio actress, the natively keen-minded Felicia exploits every opportunity to obtain personal recognition. She meets a young army Colonel, who launches her into the stratosphere of society, and who, after a coup, becomes President of the Republic. arranging to become his wife and the First Lady, Felicia accumulates more and more power for herself, becoming lady bountiful to her adoring "Strongbacks." She begins to overshadow her husband, dominating the wealth and politics of her country and moving toward a kind of sainthood which will make her position unassailable. But despite her triumphant rise, Felicia is unable to gain what she wants most-acceptance by the social and intellectual elite of the nation. Rejection by the Pope is the final indignity which breaks her spirit and health. Her husband falls heir to an empty empire; as the play ends, there are intimations that, without her exotic aura, all will be lost as quickly and Dramatically as it was created.

Notes:
written with Jerome Lawrence, Aka Diamond Orchid

1st Produced:
Dallas    1967

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Dramatists Play Service, NY, 1969   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  16            Female:  6            Other:  extras

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Ten Days That Shook the World

Synopsis:
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Notes:
based on reports from Russia by John Reed

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Freud Theatre, Ucla    1973

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Top Of the Mark

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written by Robert e Lee And Jerome Lawrence

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Whisper In the Mind

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written with Jerome Lawrence And Norman Cousins

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Temple, Arizona    1990

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