- Clyde Fitch
On lui doit plus de soixante pièces de théâtre, dont trente-six originales, allant de comédies sociales et de farces au mélodrame et aux drames historiques. Sa première pièce "beau Brummel" en 1890 eut un réel succès.
- "Le dernier acte de Clyde Fitch" par Jean-Paul Barbier, le petit Catalaunien 2010
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