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Hugh Mills

Hugh Mills, the British playwright and novelist, was born in 1906; his first comedy Laughter in court was produced in London by Charles B. Cochran in 1936; later he worked in Hollywood before moving to Paris shortly prior to World War II; in 1952 he returned to London, continuing to write plays, stories and novels, including several novels of detective fiction published under the pseudonym Hugh Travers; his most widely known work is the novel Prudence and the pill, for which he also adapted the screenplay; he died in 1971.

See for a list of his stage plays.

See IMDB for his extensive filmography.

Plays we've performed

Angels in Love (1972)