The Philadelphia Story (1959 film)

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The Philadelphia Story is a 1959 American TV adaptation of the play The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry. It was directed by Fielder Cook. [1]

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It was produced by Talent Associates. [2]

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References

  1. Page, D. (Dec 7, 1959). "Play penthouse has verve, curves". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest   167647243.
  2. V. A. (Oct 23, 1959). "PHILIP BARRY PLAY TO BE ON TV DEC. 7". New York Times. ProQuest   114806148.