Me and Molly

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Me and Molly is a play by Gertrude Berg based on Berg's long-running radio drama The Goldbergs. It premiered on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre on February 26, 1948, running for 156 performances through July 10, 1948.

The show starred Berg in the role of Molly Goldberg with Philip Loeb as Jake Goldberg, Lester Carr as Sammy Goldberg, Joan Lazer as Rosie Goldberg, Eli Mintz as Uncle David, Louis Sorin as Cousin Simon, and Margaret Feury as Vera Wertheimer.[1][2]

It was voted “one of the season’s ten best plays”, according to the obituary of show producer Herbert Kenwith.[3]

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  1. ^ Francis, Bob. Sunday Breakfast: Review. The Billboard. 7 June 1952
  2. ^ Me and Molly at the Internet Broadway Database
  3. ^ Los Angeles Times (March 4, 2008). "Obituary: Herbert Kenwith (1917-2008)". The Classic TV History Blog. Retrieved April 28, 2017.