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Dodie Smith (1896–1990)

Auteur de Le château de Cassandra

39+ oeuvres 13,876 utilisateurs 387 critiques 46 Favoris
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Œuvres de Dodie Smith

Le château de Cassandra (1948) 9,146 exemplaires
Les 101 Dalmatiens (1956) 2,361 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians (Two-Disc Platinum Edition) (1961) — Original story — 740 exemplaires
The Starlight Barking (1967) 477 exemplaires
The New Moon with the Old (1963) 211 exemplaires
The 101 Dalmatians (1956) 191 exemplaires
The Town in Bloom (1965) 190 exemplaires
It Ends with Revelations (1967) 119 exemplaires
The Midnight Kittens (1978) 74 exemplaires
Look Back with Love (1974) 70 exemplaires
A Tale of Two Families (1970) 68 exemplaires
The Uninvited [1944 film] (1944) — Screenwriter — 61 exemplaires
Look Back with Mixed Feelings (1978) 15 exemplaires
The Girl from the Candle-Lit Bath (1978) 13 exemplaires

Oeuvres associées

les 101 dalmatiens (1995) — Original story — 1,203 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians (Mouseworks Classic Storybook) (1986) — Original story — 554 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians [1996 film] (1996) — Original story — 187 exemplaires
Walt Disney's 101 Dalmatians with Pictures From The Movie (1960) — Original story — 121 exemplaires
102 Dalmatians [2000 film] (2000) — Original story — 115 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians (Junior Novelization) (1996) — Original story — 87 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians (Disney 101 Dalmatians) (Step into Reading) (2015) — Original characters — 52 exemplaires
I Capture the Castle [2003 film] (2002) — Original book — 46 exemplaires
Hundred and One Dalmatians (Disney Standard Characters) (1985) — Original story — 38 exemplaires
Adventure Stories for Girls (1978) 35 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians: The Big Dig (1997) — Original characters — 27 exemplaires
The Hundred and One Dalmatians: Cruella and Cadpig (2017) — Original characters — 26 exemplaires
Disney's 101 Dalmatians (A Golden Sight 'N' Sound Book) (1991) — Original story — 25 exemplaires
The Hundred and One Dalmatians (Penguin Young Readers, Level 3) (2001) — Original characters — 20 exemplaires
Hundred and One Dalmatians (Ladybird Book of the Film) (1996) — Original story — 11 exemplaires
Disney's 101 Dalmatians (Mouse Works Six-in-One Set) (1997) — Original book — 10 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians (Disney Landscape Picture Books) (1994) — Original characters — 8 exemplaires
101 Dalmatians (Ladybird Book of the Film) (1993) — Original story — 6 exemplaires
Hundred and One Dalmatians: The Puppies' Story (1996) — Original story — 6 exemplaires
One Hundred and One Dalmatians Authorized Walt Disney Edition (1960) — Original story — 4 exemplaires
Hundred and One Dalmatians (First Disney Picture Books) (1998) — Original story — 2 exemplaires
Disney's 101 Dalmatians : Finger Puppet Puppy House (2001) — Based on characters by — 1 exemplaire


Partage des connaissances

Nom légal
Smith, Dorothy Gladys Beesley
Autres noms
Anthony, C. L. (pseudonym)
Percy, Charles Henry (pseudonym)
Date de naissance
Date de décès
Lieu de sépulture
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
Pays (pour la carte)
England, UK
Lieu de naissance
Whitefield, Lancashire, England, UK
Lieu du décès
Uttlesford, Essex, England, UK
Lieux de résidence
Whitefield, Lancashire, England, UK
Manchester, England, UK
London, England, UK
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
Academy of Dramatic Art
St. Paul's Girls' School
children's book author
Heal, Ambrose (lover)
Barnes, Julian (literary executor)
Laurence Fitch (estate agent)
Courte biographie
Dorothy "Dodie" Smith was born in Whitefield, Lancashire, England. Her father died when she was 18 months old, and her mother took her to live with her grandparents, aunts, and uncles in Manchester. Influenced by an uncle who was an amateur actor, Dodie went on the stage by age 13, playing boy's parts. Her mother remarried in 1910 and the family moved to London. Dodie enrolled in the Academy of Dramatic Art and pursued a career as an actress for several years, with little success. In 1923, she gave up acting and took a job as a toy buyer for a department store. In 1929, she went to Leipzig, Germany for the annual toy fair, and spent some time with a friend at an inn in a small German village. On her return to England, she wrote a play, Autumn Crocus (1931), which became a hit. The "girl playwright," as the newspapers called her, then had five successful plays in a row on the London stage. In 1938, she moved to the USA with her companion and business manager, Alec Beesley, who was a pacifist. They married the following year. She began working as a screenwriter in Hollywood in 1941. In 1948, she published her first novel, I Capture the Castle, which was an immediate success. She returned to Britain in 1951 and had another major success with The Hundred and One Dalmatians (1956), later adapted into the hugely popular animated film by Disney. She continued to write books for adults and children into the 1980s, including her four volumes of autobiography, Look Back With Love: A Manchester Childhood (1974) followed by Look Back With Mixed Feelings, Look Back With Astonishment, and Look Back With Gratitude.



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