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Jerome Lawrence

Co-writer, with Robert Edward Lee, of vintage plays want Inherit the Blowing wind and Auntie Mame. They collaborated until Lee’s loss of life in 1994. He fulfilled Lee in 1942 in NY, while operating at CBS radio; both created the MILITARY Radio network and collectively created radio plays for this. His works have already been created on Broadway, with musical Mame, starring Angela Lansbury, earning him a Tony Honor. He was created in Cleveland, Ohio, and his mom Sarah Rogen was a poet. His most well-known play, Inherit the Blowing wind, was predicated on the popular trial of John T. Scopes, who was simply caught for teaching development in Tennessee.

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