Appeared (as "Percy Sturgess") in "Danger". Drama. Book by Cosmo Hamilton
. Directed / produced by Carle E. Carleton
[earliest Broadway credit]. 39th Street Theatre: 22 Dec 1921-Feb 1922 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: Marie Goff (as "Mrs. Scorrier"), Ruth Hammond (as "Elizabeth"), Stapleton Kent
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