Charles Dudley Warner

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United States filmmaker who with his brothers founded the movie studio that produced the first talking picture (1881-1958)


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Clemens, (Mark Twain,) Charles Dudley Warner, John Boyle O'Reilly, William J.
The period takes its name from the earliest of these, The Gilded Age (1873), written by Mark Twain in collaboration with Charles Dudley Warner.
It was followed by Horizon (1871) by Augustin Daly, Davy Crockett (1872) by Frank Murdock, The Gilded Age (1874) by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner, The Two Men from Sandy Bar (1876) by Bret Harte, and The Danites in the Sierras (1877) by Joaquin Miller.
To paraphrase something Charles Dudley Warner once wrote: "Everybody talks about research, but nobody does anything about it.
Courtney shows how Twichell's personality, abolitionist background, theological training, and war experience shaped his friendship with Twain, as well as his ministerial career; his life with his wife, Harmony, and their nine children; and his involvement in such pursuits as Nook Farm, the lively community whose members included Harriet Beecher Stowe and Charles Dudley Warner.
Now that Oregonians have finished digging out from the biggest snowstorm in a decade, it may be time to give serious thought to an 1897 Charles Dudley Warner editorial in the Hartford Courant that claimed: "Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.
Among books published this year was The Gilded Age by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner, a novel that epitomized the corruption of post-Civil War America.
He completed the writing of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, published the major collection Sketches, New and Old, became a leading contributor to the Atlantic Monthly, and turned The Gilded Age, the novel he had previously coauthored with Charles Dudley Warner, into one of the most popular comedies of the nineteenth-century American stage.
and elsewhere as being unfit for young readers; and My Winter on the Nile by Charles Dudley Warner, a book of travel sketches based on the author's 1875 trip to Africa and the Middle East.
Joseph Hopkins Twichell, Frederick Beecher Perkins, Charles Dudley Warner, and others.