Definition of George dibdin-pitt
1. Noun. A British playwright who created the fictional character Sweeney Todd (1799-1855).
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1. A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Play-wrights, Players, and by William Davenport Adams (1904)
"Edda. A melodrama by EDWARD FITZ- UALL, performed at the Surrey Theatre. Eddy stone Elf (The). A melodrama in two acts, by GEORGE DIBDIN PITT, ..."
2. The Drama of Yesterday & To-day by Clement Scott (1899)
"I resented this joke, for I always thought of that grim drama by George Dibdin Pitt, first performed at the Britannia, Hoxton, in 1842, and called "Sweeney ..."
3. Henry Irving: A Biographical Sketch by Austin Brereton (1883)
"Drama, by George Dibdin Pitt. Frederick, in " The Scholar." Farce, by JB Buckstone. Horace Mordaunt, in "Sixteen String Jack; or, The Knaves of Knaves' Acre ..."