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Person Detail: Marcus (Marc) Cook Connelly

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Full Name: Marcus (Marc) Cook Connelly
(1890-1980) Dramatist, playwright, journalist. Marc Connelly is best known for his play "The Green Pastures" (1930). He also collaborated with George S. Kaufman on the plays "Dulcy" (1921), "To The Ladies" (1922), "Merton of the Movies" (1922), and "Beggar on Horseback" (1924). At the age of 74 Mr. Connelly published his first novel, "A Souvenir from Qam" (1965), which satirizes spy stories.
Author's Timeline:
1890 (Unknown) County
Marcus Cook Connelly was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, on December 13, 1980. 
1980 New York County
Marc Connelly died at St. Luke's Hospital in New York City on December 21, 1980. 
1921 (Unknown) County
Play written with George S. Kaufman.  
1922 (Unknown) County
Merton of the Movies
Play written with George S. Kaufman. 
1922 (Unknown) County
To The Ladies
Play written with George S. Kaufman. 
1924 (Unknown) County
Beggar On Horseback
Play written with George S. Kaufman. 
1968 (Unknown) County
Voices Offstage: A Book of Memoirs
(Pub: Holt, Rinehart & Winston ISBN: 0030684757 / 978-0030684753)
1930 (Unknown) County
The Green Pastures
Play, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1930. 
1965 (Unknown) County
A Souvenir from Qam
(Pub: New York, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston ISBN: 1127006142 / 978-1127006144)
Novel which satirizes spy stories.  
1920 New York County
Mr. Connelly was a member in the 1920s of the Round Table of the Algonquin Hotel, a circle of New York City’s theatre people and writers.  
1926 (Unknown) County
The Wisdom Tooth
1963 (Unknown) County
The Traveler
(Pub: Broadway Books ISBN: )
One-act play. 
1937 (Unknown) County
Little David, play in one act
(Pub: Dramatists play service ISBN: )
1927 (Unknown) County
The Wisdom Tooth: A Fantastic Comedy In Three Acts
(Pub: Samuel French ISBN: )

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