Hell's Bells (play)
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The setting is the Tanglewood Lodge, New Dauville, Connecticut.
- In one scene of the original production, Bogart appeared on stage carrying a racket and, as he glanced around at the other male performers, delivered the line, "Tennis anyone?" That was a result of the director devising a setup to move some actors off the stage for a scene focusing only on the two leading actresses.
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