Jules Eckert Goodman (1876 - 1962)
Jules Eckert Goodman (November 2, 1876 - July 10, 1962) was an American playwright and author. He was best known for his plays The Man Who Came Back (1916), The Silent Voice (1914), Chains (1923), and a series of plays featuring Potash and Permutter written with Montague Glass. Goodman was born in Gervais, Oregon in 1876. He received an undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1899 and master's degree from Columbia University in 1901. He was managing editor for four years of Current Literature and also wrote for Outing and the Dramatic Mirror. He had his first success on Broadway with 1910's Mother.
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