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Cop-Out, Home Fires--Two Plays

by John Guare

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Cop-out: "A satirical look at the age-old romantic Hollywood plot of hardnosed cop meets sweet young thing but with a savagely ironic twist." Home fires: "Rudy Smith, son of a Massachusetts cop re-invents himself as 'Rudyard Smyth' and becomes a show-biz animal agent ('the Ben-Hur Stables!') to impress his newly-found fiancee, a wealthy heiress who is in reality Ziegfeld star Anna Held's maid."--From publisher's website.… (more)
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Cop-out: "A satirical look at the age-old romantic Hollywood plot of hardnosed cop meets sweet young thing but with a savagely ironic twist." Home fires: "Rudy Smith, son of a Massachusetts cop re-invents himself as 'Rudyard Smyth' and becomes a show-biz animal agent ('the Ben-Hur Stables!') to impress his newly-found fiancee, a wealthy heiress who is in reality Ziegfeld star Anna Held's maid."--From publisher's website.

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