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Isabel Leighton

Performer, Writer
( b. circa 1900 - d. Apr 22, 1995 New York, New York, USA ) Female
Relations: Wife of Arthur H. Bunker

Biography: Isabel Leighton Bunker wrote for the North American Newspaper Alliance and various magazines in the 1930s and 1940s. She served as a naval correspondent in World War II. She wrote and co-authored several books including "My Boy Franklin" about Franklin D. Roosevelt and "Where Away" about World War II cruiser Marblehead. Leighton moderated the television program "How Did They Get That Way?" in the early 1950s. She was married to Arthur H. Bunker.
Film/TV Credits: Wrote for "Fight for Your Lady" and "The Ford Theatre Hour."



ProductionsDate of Productions
Spring Again
[Play, Original]
  • Written by Isabel Leighton
Nov 10, 1941 - Jan 10, 1942
Polly
[Musical, Comedy, Original]
  • Book by Isabel Leighton
Jan 08, 1929 - Jan 19, 1929
Katja
[Musical, Operetta, Original]
  • Additional scenes written and arranged by Isabel Leighton
Oct 18, 1926 - Jan 22, 1927
The Dagger
[Play, Melodrama, Original]
  • Performer: Isabel Leighton [Marie Ponseau]
Sep 09, 1925 - Sep 1925
The Sapphire Ring
[Play, Original]
  • Book adapted by Isabel Leighton
Apr 15, 1925 - Apr 1925
Mercenary Mary
[Musical, Comedy, Original]
  • Book by Isabel Leighton
Apr 13, 1925 - Aug 08, 1925
The Haunted House
[Play, Farce, Original]
  • Performer: Isabel Leighton [The Girl]
Sep 02, 1924 - Dec 1924
Sweet Seventeen
[Play, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Isabel Leighton [Grace Farnum]
Mar 17, 1924 - May 1924
What's Your Wife Doing?
[Play, Comedy, Farce, Original]
  • Performer: Isabel Leighton [Edith Somers]
Oct 01, 1923 - Dec 1923
Anathema
[Play, Drama, Fantasy, Original]
  • Performer: Isabel Leighton [Rosa]
Apr 10, 1923 - Apr 1923
Why Men Leave Home
[Play, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Isabel Leighton [Sybil]
Sep 12, 1922 - Jan 1923
Deburau
[Play, Comedy, Tragedy, Original]
  • Performer: Isabel Leighton [Honorine]
Dec 23, 1920 - Jun 1921
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