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Professor of English at Benedictine College, Stephen Mirarchi on the work of Catholic screenwriter and novelist Myles Connolly, author of the classics Mr. Blue and Dan England & the Noonday Devil.
Watch Raymond Arroyo ask Mirarchi: “Why do you consider this his greatest legacy, given this guy was responsible, or had a hand in rewriting, for Frank Capra, It Happened One Night, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, State of the Union — and It’s a Wonderful Life. That’s not a more impressive legacy than Mr. Blue?”
Watch the whole thing above.
More to read:
Connolly’s Noonday Devil: Fiction as Spiritual Reading, by Dr. Edward Mulholland