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  1. Katharine Cornell is perhaps best known in her role as poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning in Rudolf Besier's play The Barretts of Wimpole Street. The play is based on the life of the poet's family; the Barretts lived on Wimpole Street in London. The play opens with Elizabeth, the oldest child of a large and loving family.

  2. The Good Earth is a 1937 American drama film about Chinese farmers who struggle to survive. It was adapted by Talbot Jennings, Tess Slesinger, and Claudine West from the 1932 play by Owen Davis and Donald Davis, which was in itself based on the 1931 novel of the same name by Nobel Prize-winning author Pearl S. Buck.

  3. The Baylor Crofoot Story: Directed by Virgil W. Vogel. With John McIntire, Robert Horton, Robert Culp, John Larch. A teacher traveling with the wagon train encounters conflict when he become attracted to the daughter of a medicine man who has just joined the train.

  4. 10/05/2022 · As reported by Turner Classic Movies, Susan Peters went on to star in stage productions of "The Glass Menagerie" and "The Barretts of Wimpole Street."In 1951, she starred in the NBC daytime series "Miss Susan," in which she played an attorney who continues her legal practice after becoming disabled in a car accident.

  5. Maureen O'Sullivan, Actress: The Thin Man. Of Irish, English, and Scottish descent, Maureen Paula O'Sullivan was born on May 17, 1911 in Boyle, County Roscommon, Ireland. Her father was Charles Joseph O'Sullivan, an officer in the Connaught Rangers, and his wife, the former Mary Fraser (or Frazer). She was educated at Catholic schools in Dublin, Paris, and London (Convent of the Sacred ...

  6. 04/05/2017 · The Barretts’ family life, and Mr Barrett’s hostility to Robert Browning, would be dramatised in the Rudolf Besier play The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1930), after the name of the London road where they lived.

  7. 08/06/2022 · Immortalized in 1930 in the play The Barretts of Wimpole Street, by Rudolf Besier (1878-1942), their romance was bitterly opposed by her father, who did not want any of his children to marry. In 1846, the couple eloped and settled in Florence, Italy, where Elizabeth's health improved and she bore a son, Robert Wideman Browning.