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"Úgy kezdõdik, hogy van két ember a színpadon, és az egyiknek piszok hamar mondania kell valamit. Moss Hart amerikai drámaíró, rendezõ

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"One begins with two people on a stage and one of them had better say something pretty damn quick.
Moss Hart





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Moss Hart
( b. Oct 24, 1904 New York, NY, USA - d. Dec 20, 1961 Palm Springs, CA, USA ) Male
Producer, Writer, Source Material, Director, Performer, Theatre Owner/Operator
Relations:
Brother of Bernard Hart
Husband of Kitty Carlisle



Productions Function Dates of Production
The Man Who Came to Dinner
[Revival, Play, Comedy] Written by Moss Hart Jul 27, 2000 - Oct 8, 2000
My Fair Lady
[Revival, Musical, Comedy, Romantic Comedy] Original Production Directed by Moss Hart Dec 9, 1993 - May 1, 1994
Camelot
[Revival, Musical] Original production directed and staged by Moss Hart Jun 21, 1993 - Aug 7, 1993
You Can't Take It With You
[Revival, Play, Comedy, Farce] Written by Moss Hart Apr 4, 1983 - Jan 1, 1984
Merrily We Roll Along
[Original, Musical, Comedy] From the play by Moss Hart Nov 16, 1981 - Nov 28, 1981
Camelot
[Revival, Musical] Original New York production staged by Moss Hart Nov 15, 1981 - Jan 2, 1982
My Fair Lady
[Revival, Musical, Comedy, Romantic Comedy] Original New York production staged by Moss Hart Aug 18, 1981 - Nov 29, 1981
Camelot
[Revival, Musical] Original New York production directed by Moss Hart Jul 8, 1980 - Aug 23, 1980
The Man Who Came to Dinner
[Revival, Play, Comedy] Written by Moss Hart Jun 26, 1980 - Sep 7, 1980
Once in a Lifetime
[Revival, Play, Comedy] Written by Moss Hart Jun 15, 1978 - Aug 27, 1978
My Fair Lady
[Revival, Musical, Comedy, Romantic Comedy] Direction based on the original by Moss Hart Mar 25, 1976 - Feb 20, 1977
Sherry!
[Original, Musical] Based on "The Man Who Came to Dinner" by Moss Hart Mar 28, 1967 - May 27, 1967
You Can't Take It With You
[Revival, Play, Comedy, Farce] Written by Moss Hart Feb 10, 1967 - [unknown]
You Can't Take It With You
[Revival, Play, Comedy, Farce] Written by Moss Hart Nov 23, 1965 - Jun 18, 1966
Camelot
[Original, Musical] Produced by Moss Hart;
Staged by Moss Hart Dec 3, 1960 - Jan 5, 1963
My Fair Lady
[Original, Musical, Comedy, Romantic Comedy] Staged by Moss Hart Mar 15, 1956 - Sep 29, 1962
Anniversary Waltz
[Original, Play, Comedy] Directed by Moss Hart Apr 7, 1954 - Sep 24, 1955
The Climate of Eden
[Original, Play] Written by Moss Hart;
Staged by Moss Hart Nov 6, 1952 - Nov 22, 1952
Miss Liberty
[Original, Musical, Comedy] Produced by Moss Hart;
Directed by Moss Hart Jul 15, 1949 - Apr 8, 1950
The Happiest Years
[Original, Play, Comedy] Theatre Operated by Moss Hart Apr 25, 1949 - Apr 30, 1949
Light Up the Sky
[Original, Play, Comedy] Written by Moss Hart;
Staged by Moss Hart Nov 18, 1948 - May 21, 1949
Bravo!
[Original, Play] Theatre Owned / Operated by Moss Hart Nov 11, 1948 - Dec 18, 1948
Inside U.S.A.
[Original, Musical, Revue] Sketches by Moss Hart Apr 30, 1948 - Feb 19, 1949
Christopher Blake
[Original, Play, Drama] Written by Moss Hart;
Staged by Moss Hart Nov 30, 1946 - Mar 8, 1947
Born Yesterday
[Original, Play, Comedy] Theatre Owned / Operated by Moss Hart Feb 4, 1946 - Dec 31, 1949
Dear Ruth
[Original, Play, Comedy] Directed by Moss Hart Dec 13, 1944 - Jul 27, 1946
Seven Lively Arts
[Original, Musical, Revue] Book by Moss Hart Dec 7, 1944 - May 12, 1945
The Late George Apley
[Original, Play, Comedy] Theatre Owned / Operated by Moss Hart Nov 21, 1944 - Nov 17, 1945
Winged Victory
[Original, Play, Play with music, Drama] Written by Moss Hart;
Directed by Moss Hart Nov 20, 1943 - May 20, 1944
Lady in the Dark
[Revival, Musical] Book by Moss Hart;
Staged by Moss Hart Feb 27, 1943 - May 15, 1943
The Doughgirls
[Original, Play, Comedy] Theatre Operated by Moss Hart Dec 30, 1942 - Jul 29, 1944
Junior Miss
[Original, Play, Comedy] Staged by Moss Hart;
Theatre Operated by Moss Hart Nov 18, 1941 - Jul 24, 1943
Lady in the Dark
[Original, Musical, Comedy] Book by Moss Hart;
Staged by Moss Hart Sep 2, 1941 - May 30, 1942
Lady in the Dark
[Original, Musical, Comedy] Book by Moss Hart;
Staged by Moss Hart Jan 23, 1941 - Jun 15, 1941
George Washington Slept Here
[Original, Play] Written by Moss Hart Oct 18, 1940 - Mar 15, 1941
The Man Who Came to Dinner
[Original, Play, Comedy] Written by Moss Hart Oct 16, 1939 - [unknown]
The American Way
[Original, Play, Spectacle] Written by Moss Hart Jul 17, 1939 - Sep 23, 1939
The American Way
[Original, Play, Spectacle] Written by Moss Hart Jan 21, 1939 - [unknown]
The Fabulous Invalid
[Original, Play] Written by Moss Hart Oct 8, 1938 - [unknown]
Sing Out the News
[Original, Musical, Revue] Produced in association with Moss Hart Sep 24, 1938 - [unknown]
I'd Rather Be Right
[Original, Musical] Book by Moss Hart Nov 2, 1937 - Jul 9, 1938
The Show Is On [1937]
[Musical, Revue] Book by Moss Hart Sep 18, 1937 - [unknown]
The Show is On [1936]
[Original, Musical, Revue] Book by Moss Hart Dec 25, 1936 - [unknown]
You Can't Take It With You
[Original, Play, Comedy, Farce] Written by Moss Hart Dec 14, 1936 - [unknown]
Jubilee
[Original, Musical] Book by Moss Hart Oct 12, 1935 - [unknown]
The Great Waltz
[Musical, Operetta] Written by Moss Hart Aug 5, 1935 - [unknown]
Merrily We Roll Along
[Original, Play] Written by Moss Hart Sep 29, 1934 - [unknown]
The Great Waltz
[Original, Musical] Book adapted by Moss Hart Sep 22, 1934 - [unknown]
As Thousands Cheer
[Original, Musical, Revue] Book by Moss Hart Sep 30, 1933 - [unknown]
Face the Music
[Revival, Musical] Book by Moss Hart Jan 31, 1933 - [unknown]
Face the Music
[Original, Musical] Book by Moss Hart Feb 17, 1932 - [unknown]
Once in a Lifetime
[Original, Play, Comedy] Written by Moss Hart;
Performer: Moss Hart [Replacement] Sep 24, 1930 - [unknown]
Jonica
[Original, Musical] Book by Moss Hart Apr 7, 1930 - [unknown]
The Emperor Jones
[Revival, Play] Performer: Moss Hart Nov 10, 1926 - [unknown]


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Biography


Playwright Moss Hart penned many productions that were adapted into films during the '30s and '40s. Born in the Bronx his family was so impoverished that when Hart was 10 he had to drop out of school and go to work. He penned his first play at age 17, but it flopped and the discouraged Hart became a Macy's floorwalker for a year. After that he became a stage actor and from there became a social director in the Catskills for a few summers. Eventually establishing himself as a playwright, Hart frequently collaborated with George S. Kaufman. Moss Hart plays that became films include Once in a Lifetime (1932), The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942) and The Decision of Christopher Black (1948). In 1963, Hart's autobiographical Act One was made into a feature film with George Hamilton in the title role. Hart earned a Tony in 1957 for his direction of My Fair Lady. . Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide


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