Lamp At Midnight
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Lamp At Midnight is a play by Barrie Stavis, first produced at New Stages, New York, in 1947. A television adaptation, starring Melvyn Douglas as Galileo, appeared in the Hallmark Hall of Fame series in 1966. A revival of "Lamp at Midnight" directed by Sir Tyrone Guthrie and starring Morris Carnovsky toured the United States in 1969.
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