Outside Looking In (play)

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Outside Looking In
Written by Maxwell Anderson
Date premiered September 7, 1925
Place premiered Greenwich Village Theatre,
39th Street Theatre
New York City, New York
Original language English
Genre Comedy
Setting Williston, North Dakota and Montana

Outside Looking In was a 1925 Broadway three act comedy written by Maxwell Anderson, produced by Kenneth Macgowan, Robert Edmond Jones and Eugene O'Neill and directed by Augustin Duncan. Cleon Throckmorton created the scenic design. It was adapted from Jim Tully's autobiography Beggars of Life. It ran for 113 performances from September 7, 1925 to November 1925 at the Greenwich Village Theatre and continuing from November 1925 to December 1925 at the 39th Street Theatre. This was Jimmy Cagney's legitimate stage debut playing the hobo Little Red. Charlie Chaplin came to see it three times.

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