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(1924- 1970). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1924). Stage Play: The Fake. Drama. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Directed by Frank Reicher. Hudson Theatre: 6 Oct 1924- Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Marion Allen (as "A Parlormaid"), Frank Conroy (as "The Hon. Gerrard Pillick"), Orlando Daly (as "Ernest Stanton, M.P."), Boyd Davis (as "Watkins"), Reynolds Denniston (as "Sir Thomas Moorgate, M.D."), Evelyn Walsh Hall (as "Mrs. Stanton"), Frieda Inescort (as "Mavis Stanton"), Harry Neville (as "Dr. Hesketh Pointer, M.P."), Una O'Connor (as "A Waitress"), Godfrey Tearle (as "Geoffrey Sands"), Pauline Whitson, John Williams [Broadway debut]. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1925). Stage Play: The Dark Angel. Written by H.B. Trevelyan. Longacre Theatre: 10 Feb 1925- Apr 1925 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Claud Allister (as "Lord Francis Beaumont, Franny"), J.H. Brewer (as "Jowett"), Patricia Collinge (as "Kitty Fahnestock"), Florence Edney (as "Roma"), Auriol Lee (as "Vi Beaumont"), Stanley Logan (as "Sir Evelyn Fahnestock"), Elsie MacKaye (as "Madge Wilmerding"), Joan MacLean (as "Winnie Mitcham"), Reginald Mason (as "Hilary Trent"), Barry O'Neill (as "Tom Trowbridge"), Molly Pearson (as "Miss Smallwood"), John Williams (as "Gerald Shannon"). Produced by Robert Milton.

(1925). Stage Play: A Kiss in a Taxi. Comedy/farce. Written by Clifford Grey, from the French of Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Ritz Theatre: 25 Aug 1925- Oct 1925 (closing date unknnown/103 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher, Arthur Bowyer, Arthur Byron (as "Leon Lambert"), Claudette Colbert (as "Ginette"), George Graham, Harry Hanlon, Charles Mather, Patricia O'Connor, Lee Patrick (as "Angele"), Edward Rigby, Frank Sherlock, Marios Underwood, John Williams. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1926). Stage Play: The Ghost Train. Mystery/drama. Written by Arnold Ridley. Directed by Norman Houston. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 25 Aug 1926- Oct 1926 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Arthur Barry (as "Herbert Price"), Eric Blore (as "Teddie Deakin"), Isobel Elsom (as "Julia Price"), Gladys Ffolliott (as "Miss Bourne"), Henry Mowbray (as "John Sterling"), Gypsy O'Brien (as "Elsie Winthrop"), Robert Rendel (as "Richard Winthrop"), John Williams (as "Charles Murdock"), Walter Wilson (as "Saul Hodgkin"), Arthur J. Wood (as "Jackson"). Produced by A.H. Woods and Archibald Selwyn. Note: Filmed by F.P.S.-Film GmbH, Gainsborough Pictures, Phoebus-Film AG (Germany/UK) as Der Geisterzug (1927).

(1927). Stage Play: Mixed Doubles. Comedy/farce. Written by Frank Stayton. Bijou Theatre: 26 Apr 1927- May 1927 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Eric Blore (as "Reggie Ervine"), Marion Coakley (as "Lady Audrey Irvine"), Roy Cochrane (as "Barrett"), William Evill (as "Rev. Arthur Escott"), Thurston Hall (as "Sir John Dorle"), Margaret Lawrence (as "Betty"), Russell Morrison (as "Ian McConochie"), Marcella Swenson (as "Rose"), John Williams (as "Howell Jamess"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1927). Stage Play: Ten Per Cent. Comedy. Written by Eugene Davis. Directed by Thomas E. Jackson. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 13 Sep 1927- Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Roger Allen, Florence Arden, Violet Barney, Patricia Calvert, Frank Dae (as "Frederick Merton"), Walter Ferrell, Albert Hackett (as "Roy Tracey"), Myra Hampton (as "Pearl"), Robert Leonard, Edward O'Connor (as "The Character Man"), Walter Plimmer, Clifton Self, Nancy Sheridan, John Williams (as "James Depew"). Produced by Thomas E. Jackson and H.S. Kraft.

(1927). Stage Play: Interference. Written by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden. Directed by Campbell Gullan. Empire Theatre: 18 Oct 1927- May 1928 (closing date unknown/224 performances). Cast: Alfred Ayre (as "Fred"), Charles Dalton (as "Chief Inspector Haines"), F.H. Day (as "Joseph Craghurst"), Phoebe Foster (as "Faith Marlay"), Winifred Fraser (as "Mrs. Florence Rooke"), Ethel Griffies (as "Mrs. Barme"), Colin Hunter (as "P.C. Cleaver"), Elsie Landford (as "Barbara Marlay"), Arthur Lewis (as "Childers"), Kathlene MacDonell (as "Deborah Kane"), A.E. Matthews (as "Philip Voaze"), Horace Sinclair (as "Doctor Puttock"), Oscar Stirling (as "Detective Sergeant Bourne"), Philip Tonge (as "Al Lavery"), John Williams (as "Douglas Helder"), Arthur Wontner (as "Sir John Marlay, M.D."). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1928). Stage Play: The Happy Husband. Comedy. Written by Harrison Owen. Directed by A.E. Matthews. Empire Theatre: 7 May 1928- Jul 1928 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Irene Brown, Billie Burke, Lawrence Grossmith, Ilka Chase, Walter Connolly, A.E. Matthews, Alice Moffat, Nancy Ryan, George Thorpe, Mackenzie Ward, John Williams. Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1928). Stage Play: The High Road. Comedy. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Directed by Frederick Lonsdale. Fulton Theatre: 10 Sep 1928- Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Edna Best (as "Elsie Hilary"), Alfred Drayton (as "James Hilary"), Winifred Harris (as "Lady Minster"), Frederick Kerr (as "Lord Trench"), Herbert Marshall (as "Duke of Warrington"), Edward Martin (as "Morton"), Lionel Pape (as "Sir Reginald Whelby"), H. Reeves-Smith (as "Lord Crayle"), Nancy Ryan (as "Alex"), Hilda Spong (as "Lady Trench"), Mackenzie Ward (as "Ernest"), John Williams (as "Lord of Teylesmore"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Note: Filmed as The Lady of Scandal (1930).

(1930). Stage Play: The Violet and One, Two, Three [joint production]. Henry Miller's Theatre: 29 Sep 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/40 performances). The Violet: Written by Ferenc Molnár. Directed by James Whale. Cast: Johnnie Brewer (as "John") [Broadway debut], Joan Carr (as "Miss Rakolnoki"), Natica De Acosta (as "Miss Roboz"), Ruth Gordon (as "Ilona Stobri"), A.P. Kaye (as "The Producer-Manager"), Reginald Mason (as "The Composer"), Sue Moore (as "Miss Szell"), Aldeah Wise (as "Miss Markus"). One, Two, Three (comedy): Written by Ferenc Molnár. Directed by James Whale. Cast: Johnnie Brewer (as "A Haberdasher"), A.S. 'Pop' Byron (as "Nordson"), Eileen Byron (as "Miss Posner"), Joan Carr (as "Miss Brasch"), Maurice Cass (as "Colleon"), Audray Dale (as "Lydia"), Forbes Herbert (as "Dawson Karl"), Natica De Acosta (as "Miss Petrowitsch"), Carl Del Mel (as "Ferdinand"), George Fogle (as "Mr. Ciring"), Norbert Humphreys (as "Nordson's Valet"), Colin Hunter (as "Felix"), Fifi Laynee (as "Miss Lind"), Donald MacMillan (as "Kaldoorian"), Isidore Marcil (as "A Barber"), Reginald Mason (as "Count Von Dubois-Schottenburg"), Robert Noble (as "Dr. Faber"), Frederick Roland (as "Dr. Pinsky"), Frank Rothe (as "Kristian"), Harold Thomas (as "Dr. Wolff"), George Henry Trader (as "Nordson's Secretary"), John Williams (as "Anton Schuh"), J.P. Wilson (as "Mr. Osso"), Aldeah Wise (as "Miss Kuno"). Produced by Gilbert Miller. Note: Filmed by Bavaria Film/The Mirisch Corporation/Pyramid Productions [distributed by United Artists] as One, Two, Three (1961).

(1930). Stage Play: Petticoat Influence. Comedy.

(1931). Stage Play: I Love an Actress. Comedy. Material adapted by Chester Erskine. Adapted from the Hungarian of Ladislas Fodor. Directed by Chester Erskin. Times Square Theatre: 17 Sep 1931- Oct 1931 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "George"), Gail Barrington, Alice Belmore (as "Caroline"), Robert Bowen, John Dunn, William Franklin, Etienne Girardot (as "The Nervous Gentleman"), Ernest Glendinning (as "Willie Strauss"), Jane Hamilton, Lora Hays, Louise Kay, Muriel Kirkland, David Leonard, Ellen Lowe, Jean Mann, Dorothy Mathews, Fuller Mellish (as "The Doctor"), Maude Nolan, Gene Powell, Beatrice Punsly (as "Ensemble"), Bernard Punsly (as "Page"), Frank Ross, Lillian Ross, Herbert Schwartz, Augusta B. Scott, Albert Sherwin, Maude Sinclair, Fred Steinway, Ernest A. Treco, Edward Van Danaker, Charlotte Weinstein, John Williams, Jackie Winston, Percy Woodley. Produced by Chester Erskin.

(1933). Stage Play: A Good Woman, Poor Thing. Comedy.

(1933). Stage Play: Ten Minute Alibi. Mystery. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 17 Oct 1933- Jan 1934 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Cast: Sebastian Braggiotti, Reynolds Denniston, Bramwell Fletcher (as "Colin Derwent"), Joseph Calleia (as "Hunter"), Daphne Warren-Wilson, John Williams (as "Sgt. Brace"). Produced by Crosby Gaige and Lee Shubert.

(1934). Stage Play: Dodsworth. Drama. Based on a novel by Sinclair Lewis, as adapted by Sidney Howard. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Shubert Theatre: 24 Feb 1934- 30 Jun 1934 (147 performances). Cast included: Walter Huston, Nick Adams, Fay Bainter, Harlan Briggs, Kent Smith, Nan Sunderland, John Williams. Produced by Max Gordon. Note: Filmed by The Samuel Goldwyn Company [distributed by United Artists] as Dodsworth (1936).

(1934). Stage Play: Dodsworth. Drama (return engagement). Written by Sidney Howard. From the novel by Sinclair Lewis. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Shubert Theatre: 20 Aug 1934- Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/168 performances). Cast: Nick Adams, Fay Bainter (as "Fran Dodsworth"), Harlan Briggs (as "Thomas J. Pearson, called "Tubby"), Charles Christensen, Hal K. Dawson (as "A.B. Hurd"), Marie Falls, Lucille Fenton, Flora Fransioli, Bert Gardner, Charles Halton, Ethel Hampton, Leonore Harris, Walter Huston (as "Samuel Dodsworth"), Ethel Jackson, Jack Kingsberry, Nolan Leary, Marie Mallon, Beatrice Maude, William E. Morris, Charles Powers, Dorothy Raymond, John Roberts, Ralph Simone, Kent Smith (as "Kurt von Obersdorf"), Nan Sunderland, Myrtle Tannehill, Frank W. Taylor, Arthur Uttry, Betty Van Auken, John Williams (as "Clyde Lockert"), Mervin Williams, Jay Wilson. Produced by Max Gordon. Note: Filmed by The Samuel Goldwyn Company [distributed by United Artists] as Dodsworth (1936).

(1938). Stage Play: Once is Enough. Comedy. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 15 Feb 1938- May 1938 (closing date unknown/105 performances). Cast: Archibald Batty (as "Lord Rayne/Reggie"), Ina Claire (as "Duchess of Hampshire/Nancy"), Eric Cowley (as "Charles Pleydell"), Lewis Dayton (as "Morton"), Rosalind Ivan (as "Lady Bletchley/Emily"), Viola Keats (as "Liz Pleydell"), Guy Kingsford (as "A Footman"), Walter Piers (as "Lord Whitehall/Hugo"), Nancy Ryan (as "Lady Whitehall/Molly") [final Broadway role], Wilfrid Seagram (as "Lord Plynne/Archie"), Austin Trevor (as "Paul"), Margaret Vyner (as "Lady Plynne/Dorothy'), 'Hugh Williams (I)' (as "Duke of Hampshire/Johnny'), John Williams (II)' (as "Eric Lindon"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1938). Stage Play: Once is Enough. Comedy. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 15 Feb 1938- May 1938 (closing date unknown/105 performances). Cast: Archibald Batty (as "Lord Rayne/Reggie"), Ina Claire (as "Duchess of Hampshire/Nancy"), Eric Cowley (as "Charles Pleydell"), Lewis Dayton (as "Morton"), Rosalind Ivan (as "Lady Bletchley/Emily"), Viola Keats (as "Liz Pleydell"), Guy Kingsford (as "A Footman"), Walter Piers (as "Lord Whitehall/Hugo"), Nancy Ryan (as "Lady Whitehall/Molly") [final Broadway role], Wilfrid Seagram (as "Lord Plynne/Archie"), Austin Trevor (as "Paul"), Margaret Vyner (as "Lady Plynne/Dorothy'), Hugh Williams (as "Duke of Hampshire/Johnny'), John Williams (II)' (as "Eric Lindon"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1938). Stage Play: Once is Enough. Comedy. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 15 Feb 1938- May 1938 (closing date unknown/105 performances). Cast: Archibald Batty (as "Lord Rayne/Reggie"), Ina Claire (as "Duchess of Hampshire/Nancy"), Eric Cowley (as "Charles Pleydell"), Lewis Dayton (as "Morton"), Rosalind Ivan (as "Lady Bletchley/Emily"), Viola Keats (as "Liz Pleydell"), Guy Kingsford (as "A Footman"), Walter Piers (as "Lord Whitehall/Hugo"), Nancy Ryan (as "Lady Whitehall/Molly") [final Broadway role], Wilfrid Seagram (as "Lord Plynne/Archie"), Austin Trevor (as "Paul"), Margaret Vyner (as "Lady Plynne/Dorothy'), 'Hugh Williams (I)' (as "Duke of Hampshire/Johnny'), 'John Williams (II)' (as "Eric Lindon"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1939). Stage Play: No Time for Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Scenic design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 17 Apr 1939- Sep 1939 (closing date unknown/185 performances). Cast: Katharine Cornell (as "Linda Eastbrook"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Amanda Smith"), Laurence Olivier, Robert Flemyng, Gee Gee James, Peter Robinson, John Williams. Produced by Katharine Cornell and The Playwright's Company.

(1941). Stage Play: Claudia. Comedy.

(1945). Stage Play: Pygmalion. Comedy (revival).

(1955). Stage Play: The Dark Is Light Enough. Comedy. Written by Christopher Fry. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. ANTA Playhouse: 23 Feb 1955- 23 Apr 1955 (69 performances). Cast: Katharine Cornell (as "Countess Rosmarin Ostenburg"), Tyrone Power (as "Richard Gettner, An Austrian in the Hungarian rebel army"), Arnold Moss (as "Colonel Janik, A Hungarian rebel officer"), John Williams (as "Belmann, Member of the Countess, Salon"), Dario Barri (as "Fourth Soldier"), Eva Condon (as "Bella, A Housekeeper"), Jerome Gardino, Ted Gunther (as "Beppy, A Hungarian corporal"), Donald Harron, Charles Macaulay, Christopher Plummer (as "Count Peter Zichy, A Hungarian in the Austrian government"), William Podmore, Sydney Pollack (as "Rusti, a Hungarian corporal"), Paul Roebling (as "Stefan, Son of the Countess"), Marian Winters. Produced by Katharine Cornell and Roger L. Stevens. Produced by arrangement with H.M. Tennent Ltd.

(1970). Stage Play: Hay Fever. Comedy (revival).

(1952). Stage Play: Venus Observed. Comedy.

(1948). Stage Play: Anne of the Thousand Days. Historical drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Directed by H.C. Potter. Shubert Theatre: 8 Dec 1948- 8 Oct 1949 (288 performances). Cast: Rex Harrison, Joyce Redman, Terence Anderson, Kathleen Bolton, Cecil Clovelly (as "Servant/Prior Houghton") [final Broadway role], Donald Conrad, Fred A. Cotton, Robert Duke, Charles Ellis, Charles Francis, Russell Gaige, Margaret Garland (as "Madge Shelton"), Harry Irvine (as "Bishop Fisher"), Viola Keats (as "Elizabeth Boleyn"), Monica Lang (as "Jane Seymour"), Richard Leone (as "Singer"), Ludlow Maury (as "Servant"), Harold McGee (as "Bailiff/Musician/Royal Servant"), John Merivale (as "Mark Smeaton"), Frank Myers (as "Singer"), Wendell K. Phillips (as "Thomas Cromwell"), Louise Platt (as "Mary Boleyn"), Harry Selby, Allan Stevenson (as "Henry Norris"), Percy Waram (as "Cardinal Wolsey"), Malcolm Wells, John Williams (as "Duke of Norfolk"). Replacement actors: Francis Bethencourt (as "Royal Servant"), George Collier (as "Prior Houghton"), Walter Matthau (as "Royal Servant/Servant") [Broadway debut], Polly Rowles (as "Mary Boleyn"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company and Leland Hayward. Note: Filmed as Anne of the Thousand Days (1969).

(1937). Stage Play: Barchester Towers. Comedy. Written by Thomas Job. Based on a novel by Anthony Trollope. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 30 Nov 1937- Jan 1938 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Ina Claire (as "Madeline Neroni"), Florence Edney (as "Mrs. Proudie"), Frederick Graham, J.M. Kerrigan (as "Archbishop"), Ruth Matteson, Damian O'Flynn, Effie Shannon (as "Miss Thorne"), Pamela Simpson, Henry Vincent, Mackenzie Ward (as "Ethelbert Stanhope"), John Williams (as "Mr. Slope"), Oswald Yorke (as "Dr. Stanhope"). Produced by Guthrie McClintic.

(1946). Stage Play: A Family Affair. Comedy. Written by Henry Misrock [credited as Henry R. Misrock]. Directed by Alexander Kirkland. Playhouse Theatre: 27 Nov 1946- 30 Nov 1946 (6 performances). Cast: Amelie Barleon (as "Mary"), Jewel Curtis (as "Alice Jones"), Margaret Garland (as "Peggy Wallace"), Frank Lyon (as "Dr. Christopher Patterson"), Joel Marson (as "Johnny Wallace"), Ann Mason (as "Julia Wallace"), Emily Ross (as "Florence McConnel"), Robert Smith (as "George Weaver"), Allan Stevenson (as "Mike Cassidy"), Lenore Thomas (as "Martha"), John Williams (as "Walter Wallace"), Anatol Winogradoff (as "Gregorin"). Produced by Jesse Long and Edward S. Hart.

(1938) He acted in Frederick Lonsdale's play, "Once is Enough," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Ina Claire in the cast.

(1946) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Pygmalion," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Gertrude Lawrence in the cast.

(August 24, 1937) He acted in R.C. Sherriff's play, "Journey's End," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Morgan Farley, Carl Benton Reid and Wilfred Seagram in the cast.

(August 1938) He acted in J.B. Priestley's play, "Time and the Conways," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Nance O'Neil in the cast.


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