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Bradford Ropes

Bradford Ropes

Known For: Writing · Birthday: 1905-01-01 · Gender: Male

29 Movies

Biography

Bradford Ropes (January 1, 1905 – November 21, 1966) was a prolific novelist and screenwriter whose work includes the novel 42nd Street that was adapted for the 1933 film of the same name and then a Tony Award winning musical, also of the same name. His next novel, Stage Mother in 1933 was also adapted to film. He also wrote many Western stories as well as screenplays for Abbott and Costello. Ropes was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He died in the Wollaston section of Quincy, Massachusetts. Ropes wrote in 1932 that America was still waiting for the "Uncle Tom's Cabin of the chorus girl."

Movies & TV shows

1986.

1 Movie

1950.

2 Movies

1947.

1 Movie

1946.

2 Movies

1945.

3 Movies

1944.

4 Movies

1943.

1 Movie

1941.

3 Movies

1940.

5 Movies

1938.

1 Movie

1937.

3 Movies

1935.

1 Movie

1933.

2 Movies
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