5 edition of Mrs. McThing found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3505.H478 M5 1954|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||54039916|
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McThing, leads to a series of spells. Stick-figure clones of Howay and Mrs. Larue take over at Larue Estates, while the real Howay and Mrs. Larue are transported to a den of comic gangsters—led. “Mrs. McThing,” a fable involving a witch-child and a mean woman who crosses her, opened on Broadway in and went on the road with its star Helen Hayes in This book contains the text / dialogue of the play and photographs of the cast members (which also included Fred Gwynne) on Rating: % positive.
In andshe launched Bernardine and Mrs McThing on Broadway. Both plays were moderately successful. Bernardine was made into a film, starring Pat Boone and Janet Gaynor (in Gaynor's last film role). In andshe wrote two children's stories, Loretta Mason Potts and The Wicked, Wicked Ladies in the Haunted House.
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Mrs. McThing: a play Item Preview. Get this from a library. Mrs. McThing: a play. [Mary Chase] -- Mrs. Howard V. Larue III, a very wealthy widow, makes a big mistake when she refuses to let Mimi, a little girl who claims her mother is a witch, play with her only son, Howay.
Mrs. McThing by Mary Chase,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.state college community theatre presents. in the round. a comic fantasy by. mary chase season june 8–12 & 15–19 the boal barn playhouse. state college /mcthing.Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article.
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