The Green Goddess (stage play)

The Green Goddess (Stage Play)

The Green Goddess (stage play)

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The Green Goddess was a popular stage play of 1921 by William Archer.

In the three years after its publication, the play toured in both America and England.

The play was the basis for both a 1923 silent film and a 1930 talkie. Star George Arliss and Ivan F. Simpson reprised their roles in both films, as the Raja of Rukh and his chief aide, respectively.

In 1925 a railway locomotive was named after it, the locomotive's owner having been inspired by the stage play.

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  • by Orson Welles and his Campbell Playhouse (February 10, 1939)

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