Moss Hart

Moss Hart (October 24, 1904 – December 20, 1961) was an American playwright and theatre director, best known for his interpretations of musical theater on Broadway.

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... biography on PBS, "he wrote some of the American theater's most enduring comedies" with Moss Hart ... Also, Kaufman, with Moss Hart, wrote the book to I'd Rather Be Right, a musical starring George M ... at the time), with songs by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart ...
Morrie Ryskind - Bibliography
... Bros.) June Moon (1929, with Ring Lardner) Once in a Lifetime (1930, with Moss Hart) Of Thee I Sing! (1931, with Ira Gershwin) You Can't Take it With You (1936, with Moss Hart ...
Moss Hart - Work
... Plays 1930 Once In A Lifetime (Kaufman and Hart) 1934 Merrily We Roll Along (Kaufman and Hart) 1936 You Can't Take It With You (won a Pulitzer Prize) (Kaufman and ...

Famous quotes by moss hart:

    Nobody bores any man as much as an unhappy female.
    Moss Hart (1904–1961)

    I got it! The lead, the idea, the angle. It’s the way, it’s the only way. I’ll, I’ll be Jewish.... I’ve even got the title: ‘I Was Jewish For Six Months.’
    Moss Hart (1904–1961)