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ustinov: four colonels in love

…Ustinov’s first major success was The Love of Four Colonels. It ran two years in London, had the longest run, 1300 performances, of any postwar play in France, and traveled to thirty countries. In this play, four colonels- an Englishman, … Continue reading

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ustinov: everybody’s talkin’

…Peter Ustinov’s first three plays were produced while he was in military service during World War Two. House of Regents, a story of Russian exiles, reached the stage largely because James Agate, the waspish but influential critic of the Sunday … Continue reading

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