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New York:: Random House. (1946). First edition. SIGNED by the original cast from the first production on October 9, 1946 at the Martin Beck Theatre, NYC, directed by Eddie Dowling. INSCRIBED "Doris dear, We send you our loving good wishes for a fine Christmas. And here's regards from the rest of the cast. Affectionately, Jeannie [Jimmy Cagney's sister, Jeanne Cagney, who was in the play] and Kim." Kim Spaulding, whose real name was Ross Latimer, was Jeanne's first husband and the younger brother of the recipient, Doris Ulan. WITH THE EXCEPTION OF E. G. MARSHALL, SIGNED BY THE ENTIRE CAST--18 CAST MEMBERS IN ALL, including James Barton, Paul Crabtree, Frank Tweddell, Duddly Digges, Ruth Gilbert, and Charles Hart. O'Neill was the first American dramatist to regard the stage as a literary medium and set the pace for the blossoming of the Broadway theatre. Through his efforts, the American theatre grew up during the 1920s, developing into a cultural medium that could take its place with the best in American fiction, painting, and music. Although he won three Pulitzer Prizes for earlier plays, and a posthumous one for "A Long Day's Journey into Night," we think "Iceman" has remained his most famous and most critically acclaimed play. Recipient's name on pastedown, under the dust jacket flap. Spine ends and edges lightly rubbed, otherwise near fine in about very good dust jacket with few scratches on spine, which is also rubbed at bottom and nicked and rubbed at head (not affecting any lettering).
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