Come Blow Your Horn

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Come Blow Your Horn [1] is a 1961 play by Neil Simon. This was Simon's first play and opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on February 22, 1961 and played at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London in 1962. Filmed in 1963, directed by Bud Yorkin with Frank Sinatra, Tony Bill, Lee J. Cobb and others.

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Performance history in South Africa

1962: First produced in South Africa by Ricky Arden for the Johannesburg Reps in 1962 , with Gordon Mulholland, Clive Parnell, Fyvel Zygielbaum, Sarah Sylvia, Mary Miller, Diane Wilson and Jane Fenn.

1964: Staged by Des Morley Productions, directed by Ricky Arden, featuring Gordon Mulholland (Allan Baker), Madeleine Usher (Peggy Evens), Clive Parnell (Buddy Baker), Jenny Gratus (Connie Dayton), Arthur Swemmer (Mr Baker), Sarah Sylvia (Mrs Baker) and Rae Cusens (a visitor).


Des Morley Productions theatre programme, 1964.

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