- Billy Altman, Laughter's Gentle Soul: The Life of Robert Benchley. (New York City: W. W. Norton, 1997. ISBN 0-393-03833-5).
- Robert Benchley at the Internet Movie Database. URL accessed 6 May 2007.
- The Robert Benchley Society: The Annotated Bibliography of Robert Benchley Writings. David Trumbull, URL accessed 20 May 2007.
- Norris W. Yates, Robert Benchley. (New York City, Twayne Publishers, 1968.).
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