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Fanny Hatton
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Born
Frances Cottinet Locke

1875 (1875)
DiedNovember 27, 1939(1939-11-27) (aged 63–64)
OccupationPlaywright, screenwriter and novelist
Spouse(s)Frederic Hatton
John Kenneth Mackenzie

Fanny Hatton (1875 – November 27, 1939) was an American playwright and screenwriter known for the works she wrote with her husband/writing partner, Frederic Hatton. The couple, who had many of their works presented on Broadway—were known foremost for their comedies.

The Hattons' novelization of their 1912 play Years of Discretion; illustrations by Alonzo Kimball
The Hattons' novelization of their 1912 play Years of Discretion; illustrations by Alonzo Kimball

Biography

She began writing after her first husband, John Kenneth Mackenzie, was killed in Mexico in an incident that was widely covered.[1] It was through her writing that she met Frederic Hatton, the drama critic who became her writing partner and second husband. Together they wrote dozens of plays and screenplays between 1912 and the early 1930s.[2] Some of their Broadway productions include Years of Discretion (1912), The Great Lover (1915), Upstairs and Down (1916), Lombardi, Ltd. (1917), The Indestructible Wife (1918), The Squab Farm (1918), The Checkerboard (1920), We Girls (1921), Treat 'em Rough (1926), Synthetic Sin (1927), Love, Honor and Betray (1930), His Majesty's Car (1930), The Stork is Dead (1932), and The Great Lover (1932).[3]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ "29 Nov 1939, 3 - Public Opinion at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved January 24, 2019.
  2. ^ "2 Dec 1939, Page 6 - Detroit Free Press at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved January 24, 2019.
  3. ^ Entries for Fanny Hutton and Frederic Hutton, Internet Broadway Database (IBDB], The Broadway League, Manhattan, New York. Retrieved December 16, 2020.

External links

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