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Porter Emerson Browne (1879–1934)

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 1947 The Bad Man (TV Movie) (play)
 1946 NBC Television Theatre (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Bad Man (1946)
 1941 The Bad Man (based on the play by)
 1937 West of Shanghai (from a play by)
 1930 Lopez, le bandit (play "The Bad Man")
 1930 The Bad Man (play)
 1930 El hombre malo (play "The Bad Man")
 1923 The Bad Man (play)
 1922 A Fool There Was (play)
 1922 The Seventh Day (story)
 1919 The Fighting Roosevelts (story)
 1918 Too Many Millions (play "Someone and Somebody")
 1918 Joan of Plattsburg (story)
 1915 The Spendthrift (play)
 1915 A Fool There Was (by - as Porter Emerson Brown)

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Stage Play: A Fool There Was. Written by Porter Emerson Browne. Directed by George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre: 24 Mar 1909- Jun 1909 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Frances Barber (as "Ship Passenger"), Edwin Barbour (as "Ship's Captain"), R.J. Barker (as "Ship's Doctor"), John Bascombe (as "Ship Passenger"), Ethel Bell (as "... See more »

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Porter Emerson Brown | Porter E. Browne

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