Gay Old Man

Wechsberg, Joseph
October 1948
Saturday Evening Post;10/16/1948, Vol. 221 Issue 16, p40
The article profiles playwright Ferenc Molnar. Nineteen of his twenty five plays have been produced in New York. Shopkeepers and little boys who worked as waiters were among the themes he used for newspaper stories. Molnar was satisfied to work at a local newspaper in Budapest, Hungary despite the insufficiency of payment he received.


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