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  • The Fire Raisers (play) - Wikipedia

    The Arsonists (German: Biedermann und die Brandstifter), previously also known in English as The Firebugs or The Fire Raisers (only UK English), was written by Max ...

  • The Fire Raisers (1934) - IMDb

    Directed by Michael Powell. With Leslie Banks, Anne Grey, Carol Goodner, Frank Cellier. Jim Bronton is an insurance investigator, but he's unhappy with his work and ...

  • The Fire Raiser by Maurice Gee - Goodreads

    The Fire Raiser has 69 ratings and 7 reviews. Kathleen said: I do like a well-written children's book. This novel is about (mainly) four children in a ...

  • The Fire Raisers (film) - Wikipedia

    The Fire Raisers is a 1934 British drama film directed by Michael Powell. It was described by Powell as "a sort of Warner Brothers newspaper headline story;" and ...

  • The Fire Raisers 1 - YouTube

    Coventry University Theatre and Practice presents The Fire Raisers by Max Frisch

  • The Fire Raisers - Arts - Entertainment -

    The Fire Raisers Flyby Productions Old Fitzroy, September 1 Reviewed by Stephen Dunne. The set-up of Swedish-born, German-language author Max Frisch's 1958 play The ...

  • The Arsonists still burns brightly | Stage | The Guardian

    The Arsonists still burns brightly ... The Arsonists is my title for a play previously known in this country as The Fire Raisers, ...

  • The Fire Raisers Archives - Law & Liberty

    One of the greatest plays of the 20th century, at least of those known to me, is Max Frisch’s The Fire Raisers (1953). Written in the aftermath of the Second World ...

  • The Fire-Raiser -

    The Fire-Raiser, by Maurice Gee, was originally published in New Zealand in 1986, and has just been reissued in paperback in the U.S. by Houghton Mifflin.

  • The Fire-Raisers — Alastair McDonald |

    Read about The Fire-Raisers from Alastair McDonald's Scottish Battle Ballads and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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