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Fredric March
Craftsman First, Star Second

Deborah C. Peterson

Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies, Number 65

GREENWOOD PRESS Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Racine 1
  • 2 - The Bank and the University 11
  • 3 - World War and the University 15
  • 4 - New York, New York 21
  • 5 - My Name is Fredric March 29
  • 6 - Florence 33
  • 7 - Barrymore 43
  • 8 - Jekyll and Hyde 57
  • 9 - Popularity 67
  • 10 - Romantic Leading Man 75
  • 11 - Romantic Leading Man, Part II 83
  • 12 - The Road to Glory and Free-Lancing 95
  • 13 - Back to Broadway 107
  • 14 - Communist! 123
  • 15 - The War Years 133
  • 16 - Uso and Victor Joppolo 145
  • 17 - The Best Years of Our Lives? 153
  • 18 - Columbus Versus Counterattack 165
  • 19 - The Horrors of a Successful Play 183
  • 20 - Inherit the Wind 199
  • 21 - The Great Orator Plays God 211
  • 22 - Fredric March in a Western? 225
  • 23 - Illness 233
  • Epilogue 237
  • Appendix A Selected Plays 243
  • Appendix B Narration/Radio/ Television 249
  • Appendix C Motion Pictures 253
  • Bibliography 279
  • Index 291
  • About the Author 297
  • Recent Titles in Contributiom in Drama and Theatre Studies 299
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