Papers relating to the English adaptation and New York premiere of Les mains sales, 1948-1949. (Archival material, 1948) [WorldCat.org]
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Papers relating to the English adaptation and New York premiere of Les mains sales, 1948-1949.

Author: Jean-Paul Sartre; Charles Boyer; Jean Dalrymple; Gabriel Pascal; Bernard Gaston-Chérau
Edition/Format:   Archival material : French
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Consists of letters, telegrams, news clippings, and other documents relating to the English adaptation and New York premiere of Sartre's Les mains sales as The red gloves.
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Genre/Form: Personal correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Jean-Paul Sartre; Jean-Paul Sartre; Jean-Paul Sartre
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Paul Sartre; Charles Boyer; Jean Dalrymple; Gabriel Pascal; Bernard Gaston-Chérau
OCLC Number: 38589646
Description: 18 items.

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Consists of letters, telegrams, news clippings, and other documents relating to the English adaptation and New York premiere of Sartre's Les mains sales as The red gloves.

Correspondents include Charles Boyer, Jean Dalrymple (theatrical publicist and producer of The red gloves), Bernard Gaston-Chérau, and Sartre. Also present are signed copies of the agreement between Sartre, Dalrymple, and Gabriel Pascal, and of Sartre's injunction against the production. A copy of The Playbill for the Mansfield Theatre: Red gloves, and clippings from French newspapers about the controversy complete the collection.

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