File puptcrit/puptcrit.0810, message 376

Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 18:40:18 GMT
Subject: [Puptcrit] Not sure how to reach you in Calif.

I'm not able to contact you so far---not sure if you had a chance to check my e-mail before you left NY w/ my home phone (626) 798-2810, and you may not have e-mail access during your trip.


-----Original Message-----
From: jon green
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2008 9:45 AM
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] Walton & O'Rourke

No, The Man Who Hated People is the original story.  The Love of  
Seven Dolls is a novelization of the movie published after the movie  
was released.  Basically, everything that we  consider "Lili" seems  
to have come  from Helen Deutsch.  If you read The Love of Seven  
Dolls carefully, a great deal of Paul Gallico's anger is just below  
the surface.  The novel appears to have been his way of reclaiming  
the material.  Interestingly, Carnival!, the musical of Lili, is  
credited as being based on "The Seven Souls of Clement O'Reilly".  I  
have never found any reference to this work.  It may have been an  
unpublished work of Paul Gallico, but it is not listed in the Library  
of Congress, nor have I found any indication that other copyright  
protection has bee applied for this material.

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