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The French edition was picked up by American author Meyer Levin. He was to play an important role in the success of the book in the United States. In , after reading the French edition, Meyer Levin first wrote about Het Achterhuis in an article on 'the attitude of American publishers towards books of Jewish content' for Congress Weekly magazine. Otto had a hard time finding a publisher in the United States. After the manuscript had been turned down by 10 publishers, Doubleday publishers decided to acquire the rights.
The publication of Anne's diary in America in had a cautious start. Five years after the book was first published in the Netherlands, Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl was launched in a modest edition of 5, copies. Doubleday did not hold high expectations and hardly spent any money on additional advertising.
Sales did not go well. A second print run of 15, copies was issued, followed within days by a third of 45, copies. Before long, print run after print run sold out in rapid succession and millions of Americans read the book.
Meyer Levin turned into a fervent advocate of the book and insisted on the production of a play and a film based on the diary. He even wrote a script, but that was rejected by Otto Frank. This caused a lot of bitterness between them and they eventually ended up in court.
They wrote the script in little under two years. Before the opening performance, Otto Frank wished the cast every success; he himself could not and did not want to see the play. The idea of seeing his family on stage was too much for him.
The final Broadway performance took place on 22 June