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(1905) Stage: Appeared (as "Short-Card Charley") in "The Belle of the West" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book / Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by Karl Hoschna. Directed by Edward E. Rose. Grand Opera House: 13 Nov 1905-18 Nov 1905 (8 performances). Cast: Leona Ambrose (as "Nora"), Elsie Artz (as "Aurora"), Florence Brindley (as "Virginia Lee"), Bessie Clifford, Ioma D'Autry (as "Cora"), Joseph Greene, Joseph Herbert Jr., Tina Hunt, George B. Jackson, Harriette Keyes (as "Mirandy Jane"), Jimmy Lee (as "Methusalem Jones"), J.E. Miller, Arthur Otto, Ernest Otto, Jack Randolph, Hazel Wise, Ernest Wood (as "Dakota Dan"). NOTE: This was the first of only two Broadway productions Beery appeared in before entering films.

(1907) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Hewitt") in "The Yankee Tourist" on Broadway. Musical/farce. Music by Alfred G. Robyn. Lyrics by Wallace Irwin. Stage adaption by Richard Harding Davis, based on his play "The Galloper". Additional lyrics by William Jerome. Additional music by Jean Schwartz. Orchestra under the direction of John McGhie. Directed by George F. Marion. Astor Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 18 Nov 1907 to close): 12 Aug 1907-24 Nov 1907 (111 performances). Cast: Herbert Cawthorn, Eva Fallon, Helen Hale, Raymond Hitchcock (as "Copeland Schuyler of New York"), E. Percy Parsons, Flora Zabelle, Miss Allen, Mabel Breen, Susie Forrester Cawthorn, Miss Chase, W.M. Cheesman, Victor Clarke, Frederick Corbin, Murray D'Arcy, Miss Darville, M. Davis, Miss Desmond, Jeanette Despres, Elizabeth Doddridge, M. Drew, Miss Dunn, M. Feeney, Miss Honehan, Fred Johnston, Miss Land, Harry Lane, M. Lawrence, Miss Marshall, Mabel Moyles, M. Murphy, Miss Newell, Clara Noelke, E.J. Oden, Miss Paon, E.R. Phillips, M.W. Rale, Herman Ruepke, Phillips Smalley, M. Supraner, O.J. Vanasse, Harry West, Miss Winters. Produced by Henry W. Savage.

(1/4/43) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" production of "The Bugle Sounds".

(10/10/38) Radio: Appeared (as "Pancho Villa") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" production of "Viva Villa!".


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