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  • The Bad Boy of Musical Theatre: A Trip to the Library

    42nd Street, by Bradford Ropes, is one of the coolest discoveries I've ever made.It's nothing like the film or stage musical.In fact the action of what most of us know as 42nd Street, corresponds to only the last quarter or so of the novel.

  • Bradford Ropes (Author of 42nd Street) - Goodreads

    Bradford Ropes is the author of 42nd Street (4.25 avg rating, 8 ratings, 1 review, published 1932)

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    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Bradford Ropes on AllMovie - As a Broadway chorus dancer in the 1920s, Bradford Ropes was exposed to many of the seamier aspects…

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  • 42nd Street: Bradford Ropes: Books

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  • 42nd Street (film) - Wikipedia

    42nd Street is a 1933 American pre-Code musical film, directed by Lloyd Bacon. ... In the original Bradford Ropes' novel Julian and Billy are lovers.

  • Stage Mother (film) - Wikipedia

    The screenplay was written by John Meehan, based on the 1933 novel Stage Mother by Bradford Ropes. Plot. Four years after her vaudevillian husband's death ...

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