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Nobody Loves an Albatross

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Nobody Loves an Albatross is a 1963 comedy play written by Ronald Alexander, which was performed at the Lyceum Theatre of Broadway, New York between 19 December 1963 and June 20 1964.It was produced by Elliot Martin and Philip Rose, directed by Gene Saks, scenery and lighting were by Will Steven Armstrong, costume design by Florence Klotz. The play, set in the "living room of Nathaniel Bentley's house in Beverly Hills", is a satire of the US television industry. It featured Robert Preston in the lead role.
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