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(1913- 1933). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1919). Stage Play: A Lonely Romeo. Musical comedy. Music by Malvin M. Franklin and Robert Hood Bowers. Book by Harry B. Smith and Lew Fields. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith and Lorenz Hart. Additional music by Otis Spencer and Richard Rodgers. Musical Director: Robert Hood Bowers. Orchestrations for Malvin Franklin's numbers Charles Grant. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Staged by W.H. Post. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Casino Theatre from 28 Jul 1919 to close): 10 Jun 1919- 10 Nov 1919 (215 performances). Cast: Arthur Ball, Julia Barnette, Ellen Best, Frank Billings, Frank Binns (as "Mr. Cheatham"), Helen Blake, Hazel Bowman, Octavia Broske, Jessica Brown, Toots Bryce, Robert Calley, Frances Cameron, Clara Carroll, Jean Carroll, Edna Chase, Harry Clarke, George Coogan, Jeannette Cooke, Frank Cornell, Louise Dale, Jim Dalton, Marjorie Day, Virginia DeLillies, Frank Doane (as "Ichabod Wintergreen"), Marion Dorr, Herbert Fields (as "Milton"), Lew Fields (as "Augustus Tripp"), Margaret Finley, Gladys Fisher, Helen Fox, Pauline Garon, Alan Hale (as "Gilbert Grant"), Eleanor Henry, Nan Hope, Jack Kellar, Gladys Lang, Elsie Lange, Artie Leeming, Clarence Levy, Muriel Lodge (as "Madame Flambauex/Bessie Bonstella/Mrs. Lenox/Customer"), Charlie Mitchell, Gypsy Mooney, Ruth Reavis, Richard Russ, Willie Solar, Nellie St. Clair, Willie St. Clair, Lauretta Stanley, Louise Strong, Fay Tunis, Catherine Van Pelt, Alton Weber, Joe Wilmot Niemeyer, Violet Wilson. Produced by Lee Shubert, J.J. Shubert and Lew Fields.

(1918). Stage Play: Rock-a-Bye Baby. Musical comedy. Book by Edgar Allan Woolf and Margaret Mayo. Based on the farce "Baby Mine" by Margaret Mayo. Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Herbert Reynolds. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Choreographed by Robert Marks. Directed by Edward Royce. Astor Theatre: 22 May 1918- 3 Aug 1918 (85 performances). Cast: Gus Baci (as "Finnegan"), Mae Carmen (as "Weenie"), Constance Carper (as "Constance"), Sydney Chon (as "Bellboy"), Ruth Collins (as "Kiddie"), Frank Derr (as "Chauffeur"), Dorothy Dickson (as "Dorothy Manners"), H. Nelson Dickson (as "Weenie's Father"), Louise Dresser (as "Aggie Jinks"), Florence Eldridge (as "Florence") [Broadway debut], Evelyn Ferris (as "Evelyn"), Alan Hale (as "Monte Laidlaw"), Edna Hibbard (as "Zoie Hardy"), Claire Hillier (as "Kiddie"), Carl Hyson (as "Archie Drummond"), Olive Jacqueline (as "Olive"), Walter Jones (as "Jimmy Jinks"), Frances Kaufman (as "Frances"), Arthur Lipson (as "Pasquale"), Albertine Marlowe (as "Albertine"), Janet McIlwaine (as "Janet"), Eddy Meyers (as "George Westbury"), Frank Morgan (as "Alfred Hardy"), Edna Munsey (as "Madam Tentelucci"), Claire Nagle (as "Maid"), Bert Pullaney (as "Waiter"), Norah Sprague (as "Norah"), Phil Stanton (as "Waiter"), Charlotte Wakefield (as "Charlotte"), Gladys White (as "Gladys"), Lilyan White (as "Lilyan"), Clothilde Woods (as "Clothilde"). Produced by Selwyn & Co.

(1928). Stage Play: Here's Howe. Musical comedy. Music by Roger Wolfe Kahn and Joseph Meyer. Book by Fred Thompson and Paul Girard Smith. Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Musical Director: Paul Lannin. Choreographed by Sammy Lee. Broadhurst Theatre: 1 May 1928- 30 Jun 1928 (71 performances). Cast: Ingrid Aakesson, Florence Allen, Nitza Andre, Ben Bernie, Billie Blake, Eric Blore (as "Sir Basil Carraway"), Marion Bonnell, Gene Brady, Helen Carrington, Douglas R. Carter, Peggy Chamberlin, Ralph Chaterdon, Betty Clark, Elsie Connor, Alan Crane, Colette D'Arville, Irene Delroy, Evelyn Ellsmore, William Frawley (as "Toplis"), Alan Hale (as "Ensemble"), Ray Hall, Peggy Hart, Arthur Hartley, Edith Hayward, Ross Himes, Mary Horan, Madeline Janis, Allen Kearns, Evelyn Kirmin, Fuzzy Knight (as "Pelham"), Polly Luce, Charles McClelland, Nesha Medwin, Jack Miller, Elsie Neal, Kendall Northrop, Dillon Ober, June O'Dea, Adeline Ogilvie, Gladys Pender, Charles Scott, Sylvia Shawn, Helene Sheldon, Al Siegel, Kay Smythe, Cora Stephens, Jack Stevens, Lee Stockton, Jacques Stone, Howard Stuart, Beryl Wallace (as "Ensemble"), Florence Ward. Produced by Vinton Freedley and Alex Aarons.

(1928). Stage Play: Mima. Written by David Belasco. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 12 Dec 1928- May 1929 (closing date unknown/180 performances). Cast: Eduardo Abdo, A.E. Anson (as "Magister"), Najeeb Assaf, Eva Barcay, Philip Bishop, Sidney Blackmer (as "Janos"), William Boag, Lionel Braham (as "Rubicante"), Romaine Callender (as "Malacoda"), Reginald Carrington, Norman Constantin, Armand Cortes, W. Gordon Craig, Ruth Dayton, Eugene Donovan, Andre Dumont, Jane Ferrell, Myra Florian, Dwight Frye (as "Alfons"), George Gardon, Vivienne Gieson, Florence Golden, Kitty Gray, Alan Hale (as "Farfarello"), Charlcie Hedge, Arthur Stuart Hull (as "The Husband"), Jerome Jordan, Madeline King, Richard Lambart, Frank Lengel, Arthur MacArthur, Schuyler MacGuffin, Charles H. Martin, Jah Misko, Fred Nelson, Logan Paul [final Broadway role], Lennox Pawle, Ben Probst, Frederick Raymond, George Ryan, Anthony J. Sansome, Harold Seton, Loretto Shea, Maurice Sturez, Bernard Sussman, Douglas F. Swanson, Lenore Ulric, Kraft Wilson, Helen Withers, H. Percy Woodley, Ali Ilma Yousoff. Produced by David Belasco.

(1933). Stage Play: We, The People. Written by Elmer Rice. Directed by Elmer Rice. Empire Theatre: 21 Jan 1933- Mar 1933 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman (as "Passer-by"), David Appelbe, Carroll Ashburn (as "Larry Collins"), Mildred Baker, Harry Bellaver (as "Mike Ramsay"), Jules J. Bennett, Marvin S. Borowsky, Orrin Burke (as "Ellis Jones"), Sam Byrd (as "Peter Hines"), Burr Caruth, George Christie (as "Harry Gregg"), Blaine Cordner (as "Albert Collins"), Glenn Coulter, Charles H. Davis, Gregory Deane, Lawrence Ellinger, Katherine Emmet (as "Sarah Collins"), Harry Fischer, Walter Greaza (as "Cleveland Thomas"), Alan Hale (as "Passer-by"), Randolph Hale, Jane Hamilton, Fred Herrick, William Ingersoll, House Jameson (as "James Moulton"), Alice John (as "Edna Innes"), Charles La Torre (as "Louis Volterra"), David Leonard, Howard Miller, Grace Mills, Harry Moore, Carlton Moss, Clement O'Loghlin, George Pembroke, Eleanor Phelps, Mildred Quigley, R. Birrell Rawls, Arthur Ritchie, Florence Robinson (as "Passer-by"), Herbert Rudley, Maria Sermolino, Phil Sheridan, Jean Sidney, Juliana Taberna, Forrest Taylor, Ralph Theadore, Calvin Thomas, Thomas F. Tracey, Valerie Valaire, Egisto Visser, Gladys Walker, Pierre Watkins, Maurice Wells, Frank H. Wilson (as "Steve Clinton"). Produced by Elmer Rice.

Print ad for Chesterfield cigarettes (1947).


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