Clifford Anderson is thrilled to be discussing his newly-finished
START: Well, first of all, I’m overwhelmed, really honored and--staggered, that Sidney Bruhl would even consider the idea idea of putting aside one of his own plays to work with me on mine. I mean, there I was, sitting in that theater when I was twelve years old, and who would think that some day I’d be standing here, weighing the chance to--
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END: If they say it needs major rewriting, then I’ll be coming back here begging you to do what Mrs. Bruhl suggested, and I’ll be willing to make whatever arrangement you think is right. The same one you had with Mr. Kaufman, I guess. I hope I haven’t offended you.
Levin, Ira, Deathtrap, Dramatists Play Service, 1978, pp. 21-22.
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