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Her own breasts-normally the size of teacups-were swelling with her pregnancy and he fixed his eyes to them and winked at her. The only thing that occurred was passions being enflamed. And Willow felt responsible for having en-flamed them. But wrack her brains though she did for the next several days, she could come up with no approach to the problem. Hounded by paparazzi, he quickly signs the legal papers to be wed without any formal ceremony and then rushes out, intent on stopping by the house of his aunts, Abby and Martha, who raised him.
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Choose "Back" on your browser to return to the document. In , New Yorkers were looking for some entertainment to take their minds off of the war in Europe and the growing fear that America would be pulled into it. On January 10, Broadway gave them exactly what they were looking for in the form of a hilarious new play by Joseph Kesselring, Arsenic and Old Lace. The play became an immediate critical and popular success, running for 1, performances. It also became a hit in England in as theatergoers who were suffering through London post-blitz lined up for tickets. In , Hollywood produced a film version staring Cary Grant that became a huge box office success.
Set in the early s, Arsenic tells the story of newspaper drama critic Mortimer Brewster. Poor Mortimer! But standing solidly between Mortimer and matrimonial bliss is the wackiest, weirdest family tree that ever grew! His two sweet aunts, Abby and Martha have developed murder as their favorite hobby. Out of a twisted sense of sympathy, they regularly poison lonely old men with a mixture of arsenic and elderberry wine and then bury them in the cellar. Brother Teddy sports a pince-nez, a handlebar moustache and regularly charges up San Juan Hill!
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The New York Public Library is now offering grab-and-go service at 50 locations as part of our gradual reopening. Find a location near you, and learn about our remote resources. Joseph O. Joseph Otto Kesselring was an American dramatist best known for his successful play Arsenic and Old Lace
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