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Rattigan

Sir Terence Mervyn. 1911--77, English playwright. His plays include The Winslow Boy (1946), Separate Tables (1954), and Ross (1960)
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CREDITS: A Roundabout Theater Company presentation of the Old Vic production of a play in two acts by Terence Rattigan.
James Wilby (Sir John Fletcher) and, Sara Crowe (Olivia Brown) in Less Than Kind by Terence Rattigan
We should follow the example of Terence Rattigan, one of the finest playwrights this country has ever produced.
It was bought by Terence Rattigan who wrote the play the film is based on.
Terence Rattigan Aa Walking through the streets of down town Amman, among the ruins of the ancient Roman Amphitheatre and the hustle and bustle of daily life, fluttering in the gentle breeze are the football shirts of many colours.
Harlequinade" by Terence Rattigan, August 11--September 19
On the eve of the Allied victory over the Axis powers, the young English playwright, Terence Rattigan, began writing a play loosely based on the case's details, a drama that would launch him into the front rank of English playwrights of his day.
Published in England in 1995, Geoffrey Wansell's biography of Terence Rattigan is the first to make use of the British Library's Rattigan archives.
PLAYWRIGHT Terence Rattigan has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years - particularly since 2011, the centenary of his birth.
Playwright Terence Rattigan was knighted wordwise The word may sound familiar, but what does it mean?