Marcel Pagnol (1895 - 1974), French writer. Signed autograph letter to the author jean lestrade. Paris 16 square de lavenue foch, November 12, 1963; 3 pages in-4 ° with envelope. Marcel Pagnol struggles to find an outlet for the French translation of a play by the English playwright William Congreve by Jean Lestrade: \You have admirably rendered the movement, the elegance and the mannerism of these dialogues, which are sometimes marivaux. I'm going to show the play to my friend jean louis barrault, but I'm afraid he will answer me: \For the other directors, it is not necessary to count: a piece with costumes, and which requires 13 actors is received nowhere today.The good business is the rattle, at the Montparnasse gaiety: two actors in city dress. For television, it's not impossible if they have someone who can stage a classic.
The second channel will start soon, and I have some friends. I will keep you posted. I was sorry to hear that life has treated you badly. Does Ny have any hope?
I will ask the question to my friend pastor valéry radot. There may be a new cure?
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