Margaret Rutherford

Standard Name: Rutherford, Margaret


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Dedications Alison Uttley
It appeared with its dedication to Margaret Rutherford , dated February 1945, wrongly printed as to Mark instead of Margaret, to AU 's indignation. It was broadcast on radio in March 1947.
Judd, Denis. Alison Uttley. Michael Joseph.
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Friends, Associates Alison Uttley
AU met the actress Margaret Rutherford , with whom she developed a warm and mercurial friendship.
Judd, Denis. Alison Uttley. Michael Joseph.
Friends, Associates Rumer Godden
RG preserved her friendship with the director Jean Renoir from the time that he filmed her novel The River. After moving to Highgate she became friendly with the writer Stevie Smith (whom she calls...
Performance of text Molly Keane
She used the pseudonym M. J. Farrell when the play was published by Collins the same year.
British Library Catalogue.
The play opened at the Ambassadors Theatre in London. Perry had urged her to write it, against...
Reception Agatha Christie
In the early twenty-first century Penguin Putnam had around sixty AC titles in print. The BBC issued VHS and in some case DVD sets of series of her works featuring Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple...
Textual Production Rosamond Lehmann
The cast included Jack Hawkins , Margaret Rutherford , and Ann Baxter , with Beatrix Lehmann , the author's sister, in the lead. The play was published the year following its production.
LeStourgeon, Diana. Rosamond Lehmann. Twayne.
Textual Production Molly Keane
MK 's final play for the London stage, a farce co-written with John Perry entitled Dazzling Prospect, was unsuccessfully produced (with Margaret Rutherford again in the lead).
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Chamberlain, Mary, editor. Writing Lives: Conversations Between Women Writers. Virago Press.
British Library Catalogue.


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