Arthur Somers Roche

Arthur Somers Roche (April 27, 1883 February 17, 1935) was an American author of novels, short stories, and two plays.[1]

Arthur Somers Roche
Milton Sills playing the piano for Arthur Somers Roche, Ora Carew, and director Phil Rosen
Born(1883-04-27)April 27, 1883
Somerville, Massachusetts
DiedFebruary 17, 1935(1935-02-17) (aged 51)
Palm Beach, Florida
OccupationWriter, playwright
NationalityAmerican
Period20th century
GenreFiction

Works

  • Loot, (1916)
  • Plunder, (1917)
  • Sport Of Kings, (1917)
  • The Scrap Of Paper [with ?], (1917)
  • Ransom, (1918)
  • Eyes Of The Blind, (1919)
  • Day Of Forth, (1922)
  • The More Honourable Man, (1922)
  • John Ainsley, Master Thief, (1924)
  • The Pleasure Buyers, (1925)
  • In the Money, (1935)

Source: [2]

Partial filmography

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