The Ever Open Door

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The Ever Open Door is a play by English journalist, poet, dramatist and novelist George R. Sims (1947-1922) [1], a leading Victorian writer of stage melodramas and H.H. Herbert.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

It was one of a number of Sims's plays to be adapted for cinema during the Silent era.

Performance history in South Africa

1919: Produced by Leonard Rayne, with Freda Godfrey as Robbie, the Earl of Dereham, at the Standard Theatre from Monday 17 November.


Poster held by NELM: [Collection: FARMER, Anthony]: 2007. 18. 8. 11.

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