Definition of Alfred Lunt
1. Noun. United States actor who performed with his wife Lynn Fontanne in many stage productions (1893-1977).
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1. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1899)
"... by Alfred Lunt; production supervised by Lawrence Langner and Maxwell Anderson; settings and lighting by Jo Mielziner. See page 180. ..."
2. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1920)
"... with being a vehicle for extraordinarily amusing people, mostly very well acted, with the name-part played to comic perfection by Alfred Lunt . ..."
3. The Intimate Strangers: A Comedy in Three Acts by Booth Tarkington (1921)
"... with the following cast: THE STATION-MASTER Charles Abbe AMES Alfred Lunt ISABEL Miss Burke FLORENCE Frances Howard JOHNNIE WHITE Glenn Hunter HENRY ..."
4. Daytrips Pennsylvania Dutch Country and Philadelphia: 50 One Day Adventures by Earl Steinbicker (2000)
"... Wild Bill Hickok, John Phillip Sousa, Ethel Barrymore, WC Fields, Sarah Bernhardt, Sophie Tucker, Al Jolson, Alfred Lunt, Irene Dunne, Busby Berkely, ..."
5. Daytrips Washington, D. C.: 50 One-Day Adventures in Washington, Virginia by Earl Steinbicker (1999)
"... Sarah Bernhardt, Sophie Tucker, Al Jolson, Alfred Lunt, Irene Dunne, Busby Berkely, and Anna Pavlova. Completely renovated in 1969, the Opera House is ..."
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