BOOKS AND MAGAZINE
ARTICLES FOR FURTHER REFERENCE
- David Belasco: The Heart
of Maryland and Other Plays in America's Lost
Plays, Volume 18, notes by Glen Hughes and George Savage
(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1941).
- Mrs. Carter's first sensation:
every last word of it.
- David Belasco: Six
Plays (including Du Barry and, with John
Luther Long, Adrea ) introduced by the author
with notes by Montrose Moses (Boston: Little, Brown and Company,
- Mrs. Carter's last two plays
under Belasco's direction. Again, every last
- David Belasco: The
Theatre Through the Stage Door, edited by Louis V. DeFoe
(N.Y.: Harper and Brothers, 1919).
- Reprinted in part from articles in
various periodicals. Mrs. Carter's training is
- Mrs. Leslie Carter:
"Portrait of a Lady With Red Hair: The Record of a Flaming Life
Written in Fire," serialized in Liberty, January 15,
1927 through March 19, 1927.
- Mrs. Carter's autobiography in ten
installments with emphasis on the Belasco
- Craig Timberlake: The
Bishop of Broadway: the Life and Work of David Belasco
(N.Y.: Library Publishers, 1954).
- Wonderful account of Mrs. Carter's
Belasco years. An appendix offers heartfelt letters from Mrs.
Carter to "Mr. Dave," written in the years between the break-up
of their alliance and Belasco's death.
- Film: "The Lady With Red
- Featuring Claude Rains as David
Belasco and Miriam Hopkins as Mrs. Leslie Carter. Louis Payne
served as adviser to the film-makers.
- Images from Michigan State University Theatre
- Three Images from the U. of P. Annenberg
- Mrs. Carter Plays the Orpheum, San
Francisco, September 12, 1915