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Frank Eyton

FRANK EYTON

  (1894 - 1962)

Nationality:    British
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Frank Eyton's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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below is a list of Frank Eyton's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Bob's Your Uncle         Good Companions, The         Millionaire Kid, The         Nice Goings On         She Shall Have Music         Streets Of Paris, The         'Tec Who Couldn't Quite ("oo Dunnit")



Bob's Your Uncle

Synopsis:
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Notes:
book by Austin Melford; lyrics by Frank Eyton; music by Noel Gay

1st Produced:
Liverpool: Royal Court    15 Mar 1948

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Genre:
musical farce

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Further Reference:
Wearing - the London Stage 50.106

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Good Companions, The

Synopsis:
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Notes:
book by J B Priestlley And edward Knoblock, lyrics by Harry Graham And Frank eyton, music by Richard Addinsell, from the novel by Priestley

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Genre:
adaptation

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Millionaire Kid, The

Synopsis:
Albert Skinner has inherited 10 million. Two distant relatives decide that their daughters should marry him

Notes:
Music by Billy Mayerl; lyrics by Frank Eyton; book by Noel Scott

1st Produced:
Gaiety Theatre, London    20 May 1931

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Genre:
Musical

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Nice Goings On

Synopsis:
Olaf Henscuttle a lowly civil servant takes some compromising photographs of his superiors - he hopes to use them to gain promotion

Notes:
Music by Arthur Schwartz; lyrics by Frank Eyton; Douglas Furber; book by Douglas Furber

1st Produced:
Strand Theatre, London    13 Sep 1933

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Genre:
Musical

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She Shall Have Music

Synopsis:
A famous crooner escapes his fans by getting his assistant to swop clothes with him

Notes:
Music by Monte Crick; Christopher Fry; lyrics by Ronald Frankau; Christopher Fry; book by Frank Eyton

1st Produced:
Saville Theatre, London    02 Aug 1932

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Genre:
Musical

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Streets Of Paris, The

Synopsis:
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Notes:
Written by Charles Sherman; Lee Brody; Frank eyton; S Jay Kaufman; Tom McKnight

1st Produced:
Broadhurst Theatre, New York    19 Jun 1939

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Genre:
Revue

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'Tec Who Couldn't Quite ("oo Dunnit")

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1st Produced:
London: Adelphi    ? 29 Feb 1948

Organisations:
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1st Published:
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Music:
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Genre:
short play

Parts:
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Further Reference:
Wearing - the London Stage 51.68

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