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(1923- 1946). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1923). Stage Play: A Royal Fandango. Comedy. Written by Zoe Akins. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 12 Nov 1923- Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Jose Alessandro, Frank Antiseri, Ethel Barrymore (as "H.R.H. Princess Amelia"), Virginia Chauvenet, Denise Corday, Drake De Kay, Charles Eaton, Walter Howe, Teddy Jones, Cyril Keightley (as "H.R.H. Prince Peter"), Aileen Poe, Edward G. Robinson (as "Pascual"), Beverly Sitgreaves, Spencer Tracy (as "Holt"), Lorna Volare (as "Princess Titania") [final Broadway role], Harold Webster. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

(1926). Stage Play: Yellow. Melodrama. Written by Margaret Vernon. Directed by John Meehan. National Theatre: 21 Sep 1926- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Harry Bannister (as "Inspector Graney"), Frank Burbeck (as "An Old Roue"), Eva Casanova (as "Carrie Williams"), Paul Doucet [credited as H. Paul Doucet] (as "Louis"), Richard Freeman (as "Paul"), Joseph Guthrie (as "Hotel Porter"), Walter Hale (as "Page Boy"), Hale Hamilton (as "Jack Crompton"), Paul Hanson (as "Policeman"), Frank Kingdon (as "Thomas W. Sayre"), Helen Macks (as "Check Girl"), Martin Malloy (as "Welles"), Mary Meehan (as "Cigarette Girl"), Chester Morris (as "Val Parker"), Daniel Pennell (as "Donaldson"), Jose Rivas (as "Hotel Waiter"), Selena Royle (as "Polly"), Spencer Tracy (as "Jimmy Wilkes"), Shirley Warde (as "Daisy Lingard"), Jane Wheatley (as "Mrs. Sayre"), Marjorie Wood (as "Jen Wilkes"). Produced by George M. Cohan.

(1945) Trailer: Appeared (as himself) in trailer for Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945).

Conflict (1929). Written by Warren F. Lawrence. Directed by Edward C. Lilley. Fulton Theatre: 6 Mar 1929- Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/37 performances).

(12/20/50) Radio: Appeared in "Family Theater of the Air", episode "Joppe, the Juggler"

(2/16/49) Radio: Appeared in "Family Theater of the Air" episode "God & the Red Scooter" [note-this episode was previously done with a different cast).

(1945). Stage Play: The Rugged Path. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Costume Design by Valentina. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Garson Kanin. Plymouth Theatre: 10 Nov 1945- 19 Jan 1946 (81 performances). Cast: Spencer Tracy (as "Morey Vinion"), Paul Alberts, Sandy Campbell, Vito Christi, Clay Clement (as "Col. Rainsford"), Ralph Cullinan (as "Pete Kenneally"), Conrad De La Cruz, Frank De Silva, Nita De Sota, Nick Dennis (as "Fred"), Annette Erlanger, Howard Ferguson, Lawrence Fletcher, Henry Lascoe, Theodore Leavitt, Kay Loring (as "Hazel"), Gordon Nelson, Simeon Ochoco, Cleto M. Oliveras, Eliseo Parrenas, Theodora Racaza, Edward Raquello, Emory Richardson, Francisco Salvacion, William Sands, Peggy Sanford, Lynn Shubert, Martha Sleeper, Jan Sterling (as "Edith Bowsmith"), Margot Stevenson (as "Edith Bowsmith") [replacement actor], David Stone, Clinton Sundberg (as "George Bowsmith"), Sam Sweet, Robin Taylor, Herbert Urbano, Mamerto Ventura, Ernest Woodward, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (as "Gil Hartnick") [replacement actor]. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard). Note: Production marked Tracy's only return to the Broadway stage after his entry into films.

(1938) Magazine ad: Lucky Strike cigarettes.

(1939) Magazine ad: DeSoto automobiles.

(2/12/39) Radio: Appeared on "Screen Guild Theatre", episode "Three Days March"

(4/21/40) Radio: Appeared in "Gulf Screen Theatre" episode "Ninotchka/"

(1929). Stage Play: Nigger Rich (The Big Shot). Comedy. Written by John McGowan. Directed by John McGowan. Royale Theatre: 20 Sep 1929- Sep 1929 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Don Beddoe (as "Blake") [Broadway debut], John A. Butler (as "Joe Burns"), Eric Dressler (as "Mike Kelly"), Elvia Enders (as "Helen Page"), Helen Flint (as "Nina Welman"), Franklyn Fox (as "Ray Cole"), Adelaide Hibbard (as "Mrs. Mason"), Rikel Kent (as "Martin"), William Lemuels (as "Tucker"), Roderick Maybee (as "Denning"), Richard Taber (as "Gunny Jones"), Spencer Tracy (as "Eddie Perkins"), Gene West (as "Gates"). Produced by Lee Shubert.

(1930). Stage Play: The Last Mile. Tragedy. Written by John Wexley. Directed by Chester Erskine. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 13 Feb 1930- Oct 1930 (closing date unknown/289 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott (as "Harris"), James Bell (as "Richard Walters"), Clarence Chase (as "Evangelist"), Don Costello (as "Drake"), Orville Harris (as "Peddie"), Herbert Heywood (as "O'Flaherty"), George Leach (as "Eddie Werner"), Bruce MacFarlane (as "Frost"), Hale Norcross (as "Red Kirby"), Henry O'Neill (as "Father O'Connors"), Howard Phillips (as "Fred Mayor"), Joseph Calleia [credited as Joseph Spurin-Calleia] (as "Tom D'Amoro"), Ralph Theodore (as "Principal Keeper Callahan"), Spencer Tracy (as "John 'Killer' Mears"), Albert West (as "Brooks"), Ernest Whitman (as "Vincent Jackson"). Produced by Herman Shumlin. Note: Filmed by K.B.S. Productions Inc. [distributed by Sono Art-World Wide Pictures] as The Last Mile (1932), and by Vanguard Productions [distributed by United Artists] as The Last Mile (1959).

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