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74309d7132 My Life with Nol Coward. Hunter Romance Novels for Dummies Boo Killebrew Roommate, The Jen Silverman Scenes From Family Life Mark Ravenhill Se Llama Cristina Octavio Solis Seasonal Allergies Multiple Authors Sex Cells Anna Longaretti Shadow of the Hummingbird, The Athol Fugard Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat Mark Ravenhill . The ghostly Elvira makes continued, and increasingly desperate, efforts to disrupt Charles's current marriage. "Atkinson Joins Starry Cast of Broadway's Blithe Spirit Revival", playbill.com, 17 November 2008 ^ "Who's Nominated?" TonyAwards.com, retrieved 11 May 2009 ^ Gans, Andrew. (In the David Lean film version, the ghosts thwart Charles's attempt to escape, and his car is again sabotaged; he crashes and joins them as a ghost, with Elvira at one arm and Ruth at the other.). ISBN0810853582. After his London office and apartment had been destroyed in The Blitz, Coward wrote Blithe Spirit in 1941 during a holiday that he took with actress Joyce Carey to Portmeirion on the coast of Snowdonia in Wales. Blithe Spirit was made into a successful film in 1945, adapted by Coward and directed by David Lean. Productions.
83 ^ a b "Theatres", The Times, 29 June 1942, p. Roles and original cast. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press. An American television adaptation was broadcast in 1946, with Philip Tonge as Charles, Carol Goodner as Ruth, Leonora Corbett as Elvira and Estelle Winwood as Madame Arcati. In Britain, BBC television broadcast a production in 1948, directed by George More O'Ferrall, with Frank Lawton as Charles, Marian Spencer as Ruth, Betty Ann Davies as Elvira and Beryl Measor reprising her stage role of Madame Arcati. Coward directed a 1956 American television production, in which he also starred as Charles, with Claudette Colbert as Ruth, Lauren Bacall as Elvira and Mildred Natwick as Madame Arcati. A British commercial television adaptation in 1964 was directed by Joan Kemp-Welch, with Griffith Jones as Charles, Helen Cherry as Ruth, Joanna Dunham as Elvira and Hattie Jacques as Madame Arcati. Another American television TV production was presented in 1966 on the Hallmark Hall of Fame, with Dirk Bogarde as Charles, Rachel Roberts as Ruth, Rosemary Harris as Elvira and Ruth Gordon as Madame Arcati.. Citron, Stephen (2005). 4 ^ "Piccadilly Theatre", The Times, 3 July 1941, p. Wilson and designed by Stewart Chaney. The ghostly Elvira makes continued, and increasingly desperate, efforts to disrupt Charles's current marriage. "Cruelty and death: a perfect recipe for laughter", The Daily Telegraph, 24 November 2004, p. Lesley, Cole (1976).