- Frances Hodg·son [hoj-suh n] /ˈhɒdʒ sən/, 1849–1924, U.S. novelist, born in England.
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Burnett told the men in the audience that they should always listen to their wife.
“Miraculously,” Burnett said, the movie would have a wide national release in 3,000 theaters.
Burnett did not say that the series was predictably rejected by major networks, eventually landing on the History Channel.
In Burnett's opinion, The Bible succeeded in large part because it was faithful to its source material.
"When we looked at it we saw that around about 50 million Americans sit in a church each week," Burnett explains.
There, too, were the two brothers Burnett, whom I had met long before in Heidelberg.Memoirs
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As Burnett was a southern man, his decision was foreshadowed.
"That's nice," responded Burnett, becoming grave in his turn.
"I might as well get it over first as last," ventured Burnett.
When Burnett walked toward the ladder, she sighed dolefully.
- Frances Hodgson (ˈhɒdʒsən). 1849–1924, US novelist, born in England; author of Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886) and The Secret Garden (1911)
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