- The Road to Rome (1927)
- The Love Nest (1927)
- The Queen's Husband (1928) - adapted into the 1931 film The Royal Bed.
- Waterloo Bridge (1930) - adapted into a 1931 film and two soap-operas in Brazil. Another film was made in 1940 with Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor.
- This is New York (1930) - adapted into the 1932 film Two Kinds of Women.
- Reunion in Vienna (1931) - adapted into a 1933 film.
- Acropolis (1933)
- The Petrified Forest (1935) - adapted into 1936 film with Leslie Howard and Bette Davis.
- Tovarich (1935) - from a French comedy by Jacques Deval - adapted into a 1937 film, and a 1963 musical with Vivien Leigh and Jean Pierre Aumont.
- Idiot's Delight (1936) Pulitzer Prize for Drama - adapted into 1939 film.
- Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1938) Pulitzer Prize for Drama - adapted into 1940 film. See Abe Lincoln in Illinois (film).
- There Shall Be No Night (1940) Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
- The Rugged Path (1945)
- Miss Liberty (1949) - book for Irving Berlin musical - score includes Berlin's setting of Emma Lazarus's poem "The New Colossus" ("Give me your tired, your poor").
- Small War on Murray Hill (1957) - produced posthumously.
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Famous quotes containing the word plays:
“The hare grows old as she plays in the sun
And gazes around her with eyes of brightness;
Before the swift things that she dreamed of were done
She limps along in an aged whiteness....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“The plays of children are nonsense, but very educative nonsense. So it is with the largest and solemnest things, with commerce, government, church, marriage, and so with the history of every mans bread, and the ways by which he is to come by it.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“In all the wide gamut of human experience, nothing plays so important a part as faith.... Faith that is as broad as the heavens and as wide as the earth. Faith that comprehends in its vast sympathies everything human as well as divine, and carries one with the swift sure wings of the angels directly to his goal.”
—Alice Foote MacDougall (18671945)