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George Broadhurst (I) (1866–1952)


George Broadhurst was born on June 3, 1866 in Walsall, England as George Howells Broadhurst. He was a writer, known for Today (1930), The Call of the North (1914) and Rich Man, Poor Man (1918). He was married to Lillian Trimble Bradley and Ida Raymond. He died on January 31, 1952 in Santa Barbara, California, USA. See full bio »

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Today Writer
(1930)
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 1944 Minä jätän sinut (play "Bought and Paid for")
 1935 The Private Secretary (adaptation)
 1930 Today (adapted from the Broadway Stage Play by - as George M. Broadhurst)
 1926 Wild Oats Lane (play "Wild Oats Lane" - as George H. Broadhurst)
 1926 What Happened to Jones? (play "What Happened to Jones")
 1925 Wildfire (play "Wildfire" - as George H. Broadhurst)
 1922 Bought and Paid For (play "Bought and Paid For")
 1920 What Happened to Jones (play "What Happened to Jones")
 1919 Why Smith Left Home (play "Why Smith Left Home")
 1919 The Woman on the Index (play)
 1918 Rich Man, Poor Man (play)
 1918 Innocent (play)
 1917 Law of the Land (play)
 1917 What Money Can't Buy (play)
 1917 To-Day (play)
 1916 Bought and Paid For (play)
 1915 The Price (play)
 1915 The Man Who Found Himself (play "The Mills of the Gods")
 1915 What Happened to Jones (play)
 1915 Wildfire (play)
 1914 Man of the Hour (play)
 1914 The Dollar Mark (play - as George H. Broadhurst)
 1914 The Call of the North (play "The Call of the North" - story)
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Other Works:

Stage: Wrote "The Man of the Hour" on Broadway. Melodrama. Savoy Theatre: 4 Dec 1906-Jan 1908 (closing date unknown/479 performances). See more »

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Alternate Names:

George H. Broadhurst | George M. Broadhurst
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Abandoning his training to be a cleric, Broadhurst left home at age fifteen and booked passage to America. He did not return home to visit until he had achieved success on Broadway. See more »

Star Sign:

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