A theatre-success story takes a boy from Scattle to Broadway in tender to tough terms and faces the truth as he inches up...

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ME AND KIT

A theatre-success story takes a boy from Scattle to Broadway in tender to tough terms and faces the truth as he inches up the ladder. There are the dark years when he did not click and when sordid types of show business tried his determination, but a new road to directing and producing opened when Winthrop Ames hired him as a stage manager, and led to his first Broadway success and a life with Katherine Cornell as his wife. A heady footlight attraction here.

Pub Date: Oct. 3, 1955

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Publisher: Little, Brown

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1955