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The Old Maid (play)

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The Old Maid (play)

For other uses, see The Old Maid.

The Old Maid is a 1935 play adapted by American playwright Zoë Akins from Edith Wharton's 1925 novel, The Mother's Recompense.

The Irish dramatist Arthur Murphy also wrote a play of the same name, which was first produced in 1761.

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