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(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Sebastian"; Broadway debut) in "The Jolly Roger" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by A.E. Thomas. National Theatre: 30 Aug 1923-Oct 1923 (closing date unknown/52 performances). Cast: Ruth Chorpenning, Murray Darcy, Pedro de Cordoba, Marcel Dill, Reynolds Evans, C. Norman Hammond, H.E. Humphrey, P.J. Kelly, Joseph Latham, J.R. Lee, Carroll McComas, 'Le Roi Operti' (as "Barney Blum"), Ernest Rowan, William Sauter, William H. Stephens, Allen Thomas.

(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "A Page" / "Poet") in "Cyrano de Bergerac" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Edmond Rostand. Incidental music from the opera "Cyrano" by Walter Damrosch. Adapted in verse by Brian Hooker. Entire Production Designed / Supervised / Produced by Claude Bragdon. Directed by Walter Hampden. National Theatre: 1 Nov 1923-Jun 1924 (closing date unknown/232 performances). Cast: Walter Hampden (as "Cyrano de Bergerac, a Gascon"), John Alexander, Margaret Barnstead, Nina Bruning, Kenneth Burchfield, Ray T. Busch, Ruth Chorpenning (as "Roxane's Duenna"), Lawrence Chrow, Frank Colletti, Hope Coxhead, Miriam Cutler, Marcel Dill, Reynolds Evans (as "Le Vicomte de Valvert" / "Cadet of Gascoyne"), Jay Fassett (as "A Light Horseman" / "Cadet of Gascoyne"), Ethel Fisher, Henry Fitzgerald, Charles Francis, Isabel Garland, Henry Goff, William Goodrich, Mary Hall, C. Norman Hammond (as "Montfleury, a tragic actor" / "A Capuchin"), H.E. Humphrey, Anthony Jochim, Stan Jones, Elsie Herndon Kearns, P.J. Kelly, Joseph Latham, Paul Leyssac (as "Le Comte de Guiche"), Margaret Low, Alfred Mack, Bernard Max, Carroll McComas (as "Roxane, Cyrano's cousin"), Fred McGuick, Mabel Moore (as "An Orange Girl" / "Sister Marthe"), Valentine Newmark, LeRoi Operti (as "Jodelet, the comedian" / "Poet"), Louis Polan, James R. Pray, Ernest Rowan, William Russell, Antonio Salerno, Franklin Salisbury, William Sauter, Bernard Savage, Helena Simkhovitch, William H. Stevens, Allen Thomas, Anne Tonetti, Thomas F. Tracey (as "A Marquis"), John Trevor, Fred Verdi, Earl Weatherford, Cedric Weller, Albert G. West, Edith Barrett Williams, John Wilson, Cecil Yapp (as "Ragueneau, a pastry cook"), Frank Young.

(1925) Stage: Appeared ("Sailor" / "Gentleman of Cyprus") in "Othello" on Broadway. Tragedy/drama (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Walter Hampden. Shubert Theatre: 10 Jan 1925-Feb 1925 (closing date unknown/57 performances). Cast: Walter Hampden (as "Othello"), Frank Coletti, Murray Darcy, Marcel Dill, Reynolds Evans (as "Roderigo"), Jay Fassett (as "Messenger" / "Herald"), Charles Francis, Mary Hall, Balliol Holloway, Elsie Herndon Kearns, P.J. Kelly, Joseph Latham, Mabel Moore (as "Desdemona"), Lou Polan, Ernest Rowan, William Sauter, Jeannette Sherwin, Robert Thorne, Thomas F. Tracey.

(1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Gerald Havele March") in "The Green Hat" on Broadway. Written by Michael Arlen. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Broadhurst Theatre: 15 Sep 1925-Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/231 performances). Cast: Gordon Ash (as "Hilary Townshend"), Harry Barfoot (as "Truble"), John Buckler (as "An English Reporter"), Katharine Cornell, Leslie Howard, A.P. Kaye, Antoinette Parr, Eugene Powers, John Redmond, Gustave Rolland, Jane Saville, Anne Tonetti (as "Sister Clothilde"). Produced by A.H. Woods. NOTE: (1) Filmed as A Woman of Affairs (1928), Outcast Lady (1934).

(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Monty Slocum") in "Box Seats" on Broadway. Written / directed by Edward Massey. Little Theatre: 19 Apr 1928-May 1928 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: George Barbier, Patricia Barclay, Jane Barry, Harold Elliott, Henry G. Hoffschmidt, Frederick B. Manatt, Millard Mitchell (as "Alf"), Elizabeth Patterson, George N. Price, Joaquin Souther, Joan Storm, Ted Sutherland, Edna Thrower. Produced by Gordon M. Leland.

(1928) Stage: Appeared in "Revolt" on Broadway.

(1929) Stage: Appeared in "Zeppelin" on Broadway. Drama/mystery. Written by McElbert Moore [final Broadway credit], Earle Crooker and Lowell Brentano. Directed by Frank Merlin. National Theatre: 14 Jan 1929-Mar 1929 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe (as "Prof. Phillip Keane"), Stephen Chase (as "Roger Bates"), Wallis Clark, John Gruenwald, Gordon Hawthorne, Alfred A. Hesse, Rose Hobart (as "Wynne Madison"), John M. James, Priscilla Knowles, Bjorn Koefoed, Milton Krims, Joan Marion, Julian Noa, Edward Powell, Frederick Rudin, Zolya Talma (as "Lola Bartel"), C.W. Van Voorhis, Raymond Walburn (as "Ed Totten"), Edward Woods. Produced by Jimmie Cooper.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Joe Delano") in "Penny Arcade" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Marie Baumer. Produced (w/W.P. Tanner) / directed by William Keighley. Fulton Theatre: 10 Mar 1930-Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Eleanor Andrus (as "Anna"), Harry Balcom (as "Johnston"), George Barbier (as "Sikes"), Don Beddoe (as "George"), Valerie Bergere (as "Mrs. Delano"), Joan Blondell (as "Myrtle"), James Cagney, John J. Cameron (as "Jim"), Jules Cern (as "Fred"), Eric Dressler (as "Angel"), Lucile Gillespie (as "Rose"), Harry Gresham (as "Dick"), Marshall Hale (as "Bob"), Desiree Harris (as "Mabel"), Annie Laurie (as "Jaques Vivian"), Lenita Lane (as "Jenny Delano"), Martin Malloy (as "Nolan"), Millard Mitchell (credited as Millard F. Mitchell; as "Happy"), Edmund Norris (as "Mr. James"), Ackland Powell (as "Bum Rogers"), Ben Probst (as "Dugan"; final Broadway role), Frank Rowan (as "Mitch McKane"), William Whitehead (as "Jack"). NOTE: Perhaps the most significant Broadway flop in relation to Hollywood history. Al Jolson would buy the rights to the play cheaply and sell them to Warner Brothers with the proviso that Cagney and Blondell be cast in the Warner Bros. film version, Sinners' Holiday (1930). It is unknown why Jolson, never known as a benefactor to anyone, chose to include this requirement and, oddly, he and Cagney would never meet. Keighley would also follow to Hollywood and find long-time employment at Warner Brothers, directing Cagney in five films there from 1935-41.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Marvin Holland") in "This One Man" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Sidney Buchman. Directed by Leo Bulgakov. Morosco Theatre: 21 Oct 1930-Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Mr. Wilkes"), Mike Donlin (as "Jig"), Billy Fay (as "Pop"), William Franklin (as "Dan"), Robert Griffin (as "First Questioner"), Charles Harrison (as "Dan"), Victor Kilian (as "Second Questioner"), Boris Mashalov (as "Eugene Vignon"), Constance McKay (as "Molly Holland"), Paul Muni (as "Saul Holland"), Dean Raymond (as "Dr. Camp"), George Spear (as Mr. Chambers"). Produced by Arthur Lubin and Richard W. Krakauer.

(1931) Stage: Appeared in "Privilege Car" on Broadway.

(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "The Son") in "Six Characters in Search of an Author" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Luigi Pirandello. Translated by Edward Storer. Directed by William Schorr [earliest Broadway credit]. Bijou Theatre: 15 Apr 1931-Apr 1931 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: John Brown (as "The Stage Manager"), Kate Byron (as "The Ingenue"), Conrad Cantzen (credited as Conrad Catsen; as "The Second Man"), Walter Connolly (as "The Manager"), Clinton Corwin (as "The Property Man"), Fanny Davenport (as "The Third Actress"), Consuelo Flowerton (as "The Second Woman"), May Gerald (as "The Character Woman"), Bebe Gilbert (as "The Little Girl"),Kirke Lucas (as "The Juvenile"), Louis Lytten (as "The Character Actor"), William Millman (credited as L'Estrange Millman; as "The Leading Man"), Eleanor Phelps (as "The Stepdaughter"), Eugene Powers (as "The Father"), Buddy Proctor (as "The Boy"), Doris Rankin (as "The Mother"), Ina Rorke (as "Mme. Pace"), Gladys Wilson (as "The Leading Lady"; final Broadway role). Produced by Tom Van Dycke.

(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Joe Baldny") in "Steel" on Broadway. Drama. Written / directed by John Wexley. Times Square Theatre: 17 Nov 1931-Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold (as "William Summers" / "Skinny"), Egon Brecher (as "Daniel Raldny"), Clarence Chase, George Colan, Hubert Courtney, Lew Eckles (as "Det. Johnson"), Everett Jonas, David S. Lifson, Byron McGrath (as "Jim Nelson"), Barton MacLane (as "Steve Dugan"), Eleanor Phelps, Truman Quevli, Frank Ray, Daniel Royal, Edgar Stehli (as "Bill Anderson"), Royal Dana Tracey (as "Detective Donovan"), Lili Zehner. Produced by Richard Geist Inc.

(1933) Stage: Appeared in "Marathon" on Broadway.

(1933) Stage: Appeared in "Fly By Night" on Broadway.

(1933) Stage: Appeared in "Give Us This Day". Drama.

(1934) Stage: Appeared in "Jayhawker" on Broadway. Comedy.

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