Richard Pike Bissell

Richard Pike Bissell (June 27, 1913 in Dubuque, Iowa – May 4, 1977) was an American author of short stories and novels. His third book, and second novel, ''7½ Cents'', was adapted into the Broadway musical ''The Pajama Game''. This won him (along with co-author George Abbott) the 1955 Tony Award for Best Musical. He wrote a book about the experience called ''Say, Darling'', which chronicled the ins and outs of a broadway musical production and featured characters based on those (such as Harold Prince) he worked with; this book was ''also'' turned into a musical, also called ''Say, Darling'', in 1958. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bissell, Richard Pike.
Published 1953
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Book
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by Bissell, Richard Pike.
Published 1958
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Book
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by Bissell, Richard Pike.
Published 1975
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Book
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by Bissell, Richard Pike.
Published 1975
Book
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by Ross, Jerry, 1926-1955.
Published 1980
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Music Score
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by Ross, Jerry, 1926-1955.
Published 1955
Other Authors: '; ...Bissell, Richard Pike....
Music Score
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by Ross, Jerry, 1926-1955.
Published 1954
Other Authors: '; ...Bissell, Richard Pike....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (MILdb)51478)
Book
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by Adler, Richard, 1921-2012.
Published 1955
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Music Score
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by Ross, Jerry, 1926-1955.
Published 1987
Other Authors: '; ...Bissell, Richard Pike....
Music Recording Audio CD
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