William Aubrey Darlington
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Darlington also wrote novels, most successfully with his 1920 comic work Alf's Button which was adapted into several films. He wrote an autobiography, I Do What I Like. He disliked the name 'Cecil' and is often referred to as W.A. Darlington.
- Low p.111
- Low, Rachael The History of the British Film, 1918–1929 George Allen & Unwin, 1971
- Darlington, W.A. I Do What I Like MacDonald, 1947
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