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(1902- 1935). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1902). Stage Play: Hamlet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt. Directed by Fred Williams. Garden Theatre: 30 Dec 1902- Jan 1903 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Malcolm Bradley, Rowland Buckstone, Stewart Cameron, Henry Carvill, Pedro de Cordoba [Broadway debut], Cecil B. DeMille, Jennie Eustace (as "Gertrude, Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet"), John Finlay, William Harris, Chrystal Herne, Gordon Johnstone, Frederick Kaufman, Cecilia Loftus (as "Ophelia, daughter to Polonius"), Sydney Mather (as "Laertes, son to Polonius"), Percival T. Moore, Richard Pitman, E.H. Sothern (as "Hamlet, son to the late, and nephew to the present King"), Charles Van, Edwin Varrey (as "Polonius, Lord Chamberlain"), Stephen Wright (as "Claudius"). Produced by Daniel Frohman.

(1903). Stage Play: The Proud Prince. Drama.

(1905). Stage Play: The Taming of the Shrew. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare.

(1909). Stage Play: The Taming of the Shrew. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Gustav Saenger. Academy of Music: 17 Jun 1909- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Julia Marlowe (as "Katharina"), E.H. Sothern (as "Petruchio"), Eric Blind (as "Vincentio"), Malcolm Bradley (as "Tailor"), Rowland Buckstone (as "Grumio"), Thomas L. Coleman (as "Gremio, Suitor to Bianca"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Hortensio, Suitor to Bianca"), Ina Goldsmith (as "Curtis, A Servant to Petruchio"), William Harris (as "Baptista"), Helena Head (as "Widow"), M. King (as "Servant to Petruchio"), Norah Lamison (as "Bianca"), Frederick Lewis (as "Lucentio"), Miss Martin (as "Page to Baptista"), Sydney Mather (as "A Pedant"), Mr. Rabon (as "A Singer"), Frank Reicher (as "Biondello, Servant to Lucentio"), Frederick Roland (as "Haberdasher"), Vincent Sternroyd (as "Tranio, Servant to Lucentio"), M. Taylor (as "A Singer"), M. Thatcher (as "A Singer").

(1909). Stage Play: The Nigger. Melodrama. Written by Edward Sheldon. New Theatre: 4 Dec 1909- Dec 1909 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Lee Baker, Reginald Barlow, Pedro de Cordoba, Harriet Otis Dellenbaugh, Robert Homans, Ben Johnson, Howard Kyle, William McVay, Guy Bates Post (as "Philip Morrow"), Annie Russell, Beverly Sitgreaves, Robert Vivian, Jacob Wendell, Oswald Yorke.

(1910). Stage Play: Twelfth Night. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. New Theatre: 26 Jan 1910- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Lee Baker, Reginald Barlow, Leah Bateman-Hunter, Louis Calvert, Pedro de Cordoba, Lawrence Eyre, Hannam Clark, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Robert Homans, Victor Johns, Matheson Lang, Nat Nazarro Jr., Annie Russell, Henry Stanford, Robert Vivian, Jacob Wendell, Oswald Yorke. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1910). Stage Play: Sister Beatrice (Revival).

(1910). Stage Play: The Winter's Tale. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. New Theatre: 28 Mar 1910- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Lee Baker, Reginald Barlow, Leah Bateman-Hunter, Albert Bruning (as "Autolycus"), Jessie Busley, Rose Coghlan, Alfred Cross, Pedro de Cordoba, Ferdinand Gottschalk (as "Clown"), E.M. Holland (as "Old Shepherd"), Robert E. Homans, Ben Johnson, Henry Kolker, Edith Wynne Matthison, Henry Stanford, Vida Sutton, John Tansey. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1910). Stage Play: The Blue Bird.

(1910). Stage Play: The Merry Wives of Windsor. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. New Theatre: 7 Nov 1910- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: A.E. Anson, Stewart Baird [Broadway debut], Lee Baker, Albert Bruning, Louis Calvert, Edwin Cushman, Frank Gilmore, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Victor Johns, Ben Johnson, Arthur La Rue, William McVay, E.W. Morrison, William Raymond, John Sutherland, John Tansey. Produced by J.J. Shubert.

(1911). Stage Play: Noah's Flood/Nice Wanton.

(1910). Stage Play: Vanity Fair. Written by Robert Hichens and Cosmo Gordon Lennox. Based on the novel by William Makepeace Thackeray. New Theatre: 7 Jan 1911- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Lee Baker, Albert Bruning, Rose Coghlan, Edwin Cushman, Pedro de Cordoba, Frank Gilmore, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Ben Johnson, Gail Kane, Elsie Herndon Kearns, Thais Lawton, Eleanor Scott L'Estelle, Olive Oliver, Helen Reimer, Leila Repton, John Sutherland. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Note: Filmed as Vanity Fair (1911), Vanity Fair (1915), Vanity Fair (1922), Vanity Fair (1923).

(1911). Stage Play: The Piper. Drama. Written by Josephine Preston Peabody. New Theatre: 30 Jan 1911- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Stewart Baird, Lee Baker, Edwin Cushman, Pedro de Cordoba, Jeanette Dix, Frank Gilmore, Robert Hamilton, Emmett Hampton, Ben Johnson, Edith Wynne Matthison. William McVay, William Raymond, John Sutherland, John Tansey, Jacob Wendell, Cecil Yapp.

(1912). Stage Play: The Master of the House.

(1912). Stage Play: The Paper Chase. Written by Louis N. Parker. Wallack's Theatre: 25 Nov 1912- Dec 1912 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Edgar Kent (as "Duke of Richelieu"), Mme. Simone, Dallas Anderson, Douglas Bronston, Edith Cartwright, Walter Cluxton, Frank L. Davis, Pedro de Cordoba, Henry Duggan, Charles Francis, Pauline Frederick, Julian L'Estrange, Douglas Ross, Belle Starr, Geoffrey Stein, Alec F. Thompson. Produced by Liebler & Co.

(1913). Stage Play: The Five Frankfurters. Written by Basil Hood [final Broadway credit], from the German of Carl Rossler. 39th Street Theatre: 3 Mar 1913- May 1913 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Alma Belwin, Lois Frances Clark, Mathilde Cottrelly, Pedro de Cordoba, Marjorie Dore, Edward Emery, Frank Goldsmith, Evelyn Hill, Walter Kingsford, Noel Leslie [Broadway debut], Frank Losee (as "Solomon"), Edward MacKay, John Sainpolis, Henry Stephenson, H. David Todd. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1914). Stage Play: Othello. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Lyric Theatre: 9 Feb 1914- Feb 1914 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Constance Collier, Pedro de Cordoba, Herbert De Guere, Henley Edwards, Arthur Elliott, Louise Wakelee Elliott, William Faversham (as "Iago'), Frank Howson, Ralph Kemmett, Cecilia Loftus' (as "Desdemona"), R.D. MacLean (as "Othello"), Ernest Rowan, George C. Somnes, Charles Webster.

(1914). Stage Play: Lady Windermere's Fan. Comedy (revival). Written by Oscar Wilde. Hudson Theatre (moved to The Liberty Theatre from 13 Apr 1914- close): 30 Mar 1914- unknown (72 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin (as "Mrs. Erlynne"), Harry Barfoot, Arthur Byron, Donald Cameron [Broadway debut], Margery Card, Pedro de Cordoba, Sydney Greenstreet, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, William Lod, Margery Maude' (as "Lady Windermere"), Norman Tharp, Lillian Thurgate, Wallace Widdicombe, Sally Williams, Florence Wollerson.

(1921). Stage Play: Nemesis. Melodrama. Written by Augustus E. Thomas. Directed by John Meehan. Hudson Theatre: 4 Apr 1921- May 1921 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Charles P. Bates, Roland Bottomley (as "Dr. Simpson"), Emmett Corrigan (as "Mr. Kallan"), John Craig, Robert Cummings, Pedro de Cordoba (as "Mr. Jovaine"), Jennie Dickerson, Clayton Frye, Marie Goff, Jerry Hart, Howard Nugent, Frank M. Readick, Olive Tell (as "Marcia Kallan"), John M. Thoughton, Ethel Winthrop, Eleanor Woodruff. Produced by George M. Cohan.

(1932). Stage Play: Lucrece.

(1915). Stage Play: Beverly's Balance. Written by Paul Kester. Lyceum Theatre: 12 Apr 1915- May 1915 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin. Harry Barfoot, William 'Stage' Boyd, Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Pedro de Cordoba, Ruth Holt Boucicault. Note: Filmed by Realart Pictures Inc. as Food for Scandal (1920).

(1925). Stage Play: Arms and the Man. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 14 Sep 1925- Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/180 performances). Cast: Ernest Cossart (as "Major Paul Petkoff"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Major Sergius Saranoff"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Raina Petkoff"), Stella Larrimore (as "Louka"), Alfred Lunt (as "Captain Bluntschli"), Maurice McRae (as "Russian Officer"), Henry Travers (as "Nicola"), Jane Wheatley. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1933). Stage Play: Uncle Tom's Cabin. Melodrama. Written by G. L. Aiken. Musical program directed by Harry Gilbert. Revised by A.E. Thomas. Based on the novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Musical program prepared by Edward T. Emery. Directed by Earle Boothe. Alvin Theatre: 29 May 1933- Jun 1933 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Fay Bainter (as "Topsy"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Simon Legree"), Lyster Chambers (as "Haley"), Joseph Cummings Chase, George Christie (as "Mr. Wilson"), Russel Crouse (as "Ensemble"), Owen Culbertson, Francis H. Day, Pedro de Cordoba (as "George Harris"), Elizabeth Dewing, Malcolm Duncan, Mrs. Edward D. Dunn, Edward Delaney Dunn, Minnie Dupree (as "Aunt Ophelia"), Edwin T. Emery (as "Second Bidder"), Essie Emery, Sylvia Field (as "Marie"), William Fisher, Harry Gilbert, Ernest Glendinning (as "St. Clare"), Eleanor Goodrich, Harold W. Gould (as "Skeggs, the Auctioneer"), Harry Gresham (as "Quimbo"), Amy Groesbeck, Burford Hampden, Oswald Hering, Richard Hoffmann, Frederick Jagel, John C. King, John Knight, John Kramer, Wright Kramer (as "Major Mann") [final Broadway role], Ben Lackland (as "Sambo"), Roy Le May, Nancy Levering, Gene Lockhart (as "Gumption Cute"), Kathleen Lockhart (as "Ensemble"), Cecilia Loftus (as "Aunt Chloe"), Alice MacKenzie, Edward McNamara (as "Phineas Fletcher"), Oswald Marshall, Kate Mayhew (as "Aunt Hagar"), Harold McGee, Samuel Merwin, Earl Mitchell, T.H. Montgomery, John Daly Murphy (as "Marks"), Patricia O'Connell, Janice O'Connell, Patricia O'Connell, Paul Parks, George Riddell, Elisabeth Risdon (as "Eliza"), Lois Shore, Florence Short, Otis Skinner (as "Uncle Tom"), James Stanley, Harold Staton, W.B. Taylor, Raymond Thayer, Grenville Vernon, John Barnes Wells, Frank Wilcox (as "George Fisk"). Produced by The Players Club.

(1925). Stage Play: The Servant in the House. Drama (revival). Written by Charles Kennedy [credited as Charles Rann Kennedy]. 48th Street Theatre: 7 Apr 1925- Apr 1925 (closing date unknown/8 performances; moved to Hampden's Theatre from 3 May 1926- May 1926 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Produced by The Actor's Theatre.

(1929). Stage Play: See Naples and Die. Comedy. Written by Elmer Rice. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Elmer Rice. Vanderbilt Theatre: 24 Sep 1929- Nov 1929 (closing date unknown/62 performances). Cast: Margaret Arrow (as "Hjordis De'Medici"), Claudette Colbert (as "Nanette Dodge Kosoff"), Horace Cooper (as "Basil Rowlinson"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Ivan Ivanovitch Kosoff"), Gregory Dniestroff (as "A Small Chess-Player"), Walter Dreher (as "Hugo von Klaus"), Beatrice Herford (as "Lucy Evans"), Marvin Kline (as "Stepan"), Ulisse Mattioli (as "Fascist Guard"), Edward Maurelli (as "Carriage Driver"), Joseph Pierantoni (as "Fascist Guard"), Roger Pryor (as "Charles Carroll"), Rose Rolanda (as "Luisa"), S. Sarmatoff (as "A Bearded Chess-Player"), Rinaldo Schenone (as "Angelo De Medici"), Lucille Sears (as "Mary Elizabeth Dodge Norton"), Helen Shea (as "A Maid"), Margaret Knapp Waller (as "Kunegunde Wandl"), Albert West (as "Gen. Jan Skulany"). Produced by Lewis E. Gensler. Note: Filmed as Oh, Sailor Behave! (1930).

(1927). Stage Play: Sam Abramovitch. Written by François Porché. Book adapted by Charlton Andrews. National Theatre: 18 Jan 1927- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott, Charles Adams, Mark Adams, Kirk Ames (as "Second Clerk"), Ainsworth Arnold (as "Prof. Ranke"), Harry Barker, Maud Brooks, Edward Chodorov (as "An Italian Immigrant") [Broadway debut], Ruth Chorpenning (as "Aunt Miriam/Zmira"), Julia Cohn, Gerald Cornell, John Davis, Pedro de Cordoba (as "Sam Abromovitch"), Vyvyan Dobbie, Fred J. Fairbanks, Mary Fowler, William Frederic, Richard Freeman, Leah Hanna, Arthur Hohl (as "Moses Rosenfeld"), Ernest Howard, Lee Kohlmar (as "Wolf Joseph"), Will Marsh, Kate Morgan, George Offerman Jr., Marie Offerman, Lillian Okun, Adele Ronson, Charles MacLean Savage, Charles Walters, Edna Washburn. Produced by Anne Nichols.

(1924). Stage Play: Candida. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Dudley Digges. 48th Street Theatre: 12 Dec 1924- Apr 1925 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast: Richard Bird, Katharine Cornell (as "Candida"), Ernest Cossart (as "Mr. Burgess"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "The Reverend James Mavor Morell"), Clare Eames (as "Miss Proserpine Garnett"), Gerald Hamer (as "The Reverend Alexander Mill"). Produced by The Actor's Theatre.

(1931). Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by George Vivian. Royale Theatre: 16 Nov 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/6 performances). Cast: France Bendtsen, John Bryan, Gordon Burby, John Burke, Pedro de Cordoba (as "Bassanio, friend of Antonio"), William Faversham (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice"), John Forrest, Lionel Ince, Hart Jenks, Whitford Kane (as "Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock"), Fritz Leiber, Dorothy Martin, Helen Menken (as "Portia"), Ralph Menzing, Claudius Mintz, Frank Peters, Tyrone Power Sr. (as "Duke of Venice"), Viola Roache (as "Nerissa"), Thayer Roberts, Virginia Stevens. Produced by Chicago Civic Shakespeare Society.

(1932). Stage Play: Lucrece. Music by Deems Taylor. From "Le Viol De Lucrece" by André Obey. Translated by Thornton Wilder. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Belasco Theatre: 20 Dec 1932- Jan 1933 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Brian Aherne (as "Tarquin"), Katharine Cornell (as "Lucrece"), Joyce Carey (as "Emilia"), Kathleen Chase, Pedro de Cordoba (as "Collatine"), Brenda Forbes, Harriet Ingersoll, Robert Loraine (as "Second Narrator"), George Macready (as "Second Soldier Valerius"), Barry Mahool, Francis Moran, William J. Tannen, Charles R. Thorne, 'Charles Waldron (I)' (as "Brutus"), Blanche Yurka (as "First Narrator"). Produced by Katharine Cornell.

(1922). Stage Play: The Rivals. Comedy (revival).

(1930). Stage Play: The Rivals. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske. Erlanger's Theatre: 13 Mar 1930- Apr 1930 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Georgette Cohan (as "Lucy, maid to Lydia"), John Craig (as "Sir Anthony Absolute"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Faulkland"), Mrs. Fiske (as "Mrs. Malaprop, Aunt to Lydia"), Betty Linley (as "Julia"), Dann Malloy (as "Thomas'), 'Margery Maude' (as "Lydia Lanquish"), Fiske O'Hara (as "Sir Lucius O'Trigger") [final Broadway role], Rollo Peters (as "Captain Jack Absolute, Anthony's son"), James T. Powers (as "Bob Acres"), George Tawde (as "David, servant to Acres"), Percival Vivian (as "Fag, servant to Absolute"). Produced by George C. Tyler.

(1923). Stage Play: The Jolly Roger. 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, Reynolds Evans (as "Flint"), Paul Guilfoyle (as "Sebastian"), C. Norman Hammond (as "Long Tom"), H.E. Humphrey (as "Purrington"), P.J. Kelly (as "Toohy"), Joseph Latham (as "Nat"), J.R. Lee (as "Zeno"), Carroll McComas (as "Hilda Borner"), LeRoi Operti (as "Barney Blum"), Ernest Rowan, William Sauter (as "Martin"), William H. Stephens, Allen Thomas (as "Van Kirk").

(1927). Stage Play: Julius Caesar. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by John Craig. New Amsterdam Theatre: 6 Jun 1927- Jun 1927 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Produced by The Players Club.

(1934). Stage Play: The First Legion. Drama. Written by Emmet Lavery.

(1927). Stage Play: The Woman of Bronze (Revival). Written by Henry Kistemaeckers and Eugene Delard. Book adapted by Paul Kester. Directed by Cecil Owen. Lyric Theatre: 15 Jun 1927- Jul 1927 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin, Harry Barfoot, Marion Barney, John Brewster, Virginia Chauvenet, Pedro de Cordoba (as "Leonard Hunt"), Clarence Derwent (as "Reginald Morton"), Mary Fowler, Catherine Haydon, Ralph Morgan (as "Patrick Griggs"), Lucille Morrison, M. Charles Palazzi, Elma Roiton, Harriet Sterling, Hal Taggart, Richard Temple, Walter Tietjens, Carl Young. Produced by Murray Phillips.

(1924). Stage Play: The Gift. Drama. Written by Julia Chandler and Alethea Luce. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Greenwich Village Theatre: 22 Jan 1924- Jan 1924 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Elizabeth Bellairs (as "Daphne"), G. Davison Clark (as "Paul Bain"), Madeline Davidson (as "Margaret Marshall"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Richard Bain"), Doris Kenyon (as "Yvonne Dubois"), Frederick R. Macklyn (as "John Armstrong"), Leonore McDonough (as "Lucia Cavelli"), Ida Mulle (as "Madame Lambert"), Alice Parks (as "Harriet Bain"), Effingham Pinto (as "Suchecki"). Produced by Anna Lambert Stewart.

(1914). Stage Play: As You Like It. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare.

(1921). Stage Play: Marie Antoinette. Drama (revival). Written by "Edymar". Directed by Grace George and John Cromwell. Playhouse Theatre: 22 Nov 1921- Nov 1921 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Roy Adams (as "Swiss Guard"), Herbert Ashton (as "Sacques"), John Cromwell (as "Maillard"), Belle Daube [credited as Harda Daube] (as "Madame de Genlis"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Count Axel Fersen"), Floria de Martimprey (as "Tirewoman"), Henri de Statera (as "Swiss Guard"), Paul Doucet [credited as H. Paul Doucet] (as "Leonard"), Agnes Dunphy (as "De Beauvert"), Jean Eastman (as "Tirewoman"), Florence Edney (as "Countess de Noailles"), Craig Ellis (as "Toulan"), Fred Eric (as "Louis XVI, King of France"), Grace George (as "Marie Antoinette, Queen of France"), Jack Grattan (as "Louis, Duke of Normandy, the Dauphin"), Austin O. Huhn (as "Augeard"), Rexford Kendrick (as "Pinnet"), Victor La Salle (as "Usher"), Jane Page (as "Tirewoman"), H.W. Rathke (as "Usher"), Walter Ringham (as "Joseph II, Emperor of Austria"), Lorna Valare (as "Marie Therese, the Princess Royal"), Betty Wales [credited as Bettie Wales] (as "Princess de Lamballe") [final Broadway role], Basil West (as "Caspierre"), Douglas Wood (as "Duc d'Orleans"), Frances Young (as "Madame Mouchy").

(1915). Stage Play: 90 in the Shade. Musical. Book by Guy Bolton.Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Additional music by Clare Kummer and P.H. Christine. Additional lyrics by Clare Kummer and Guy Bolton. Musical Director: John McGhie. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and William Castle. Costume Design by Hilarie Mahieu & Co. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Directed by Robert Milton. Knickerbocker Theatre: 25 Jan 1915- 27 Feb 1915 (40 performances). Cast: Abbott Adams (as "Hai-cho"), Dorothy Arthur (as "Dot Splint"), Bettie Best (as "Pansy Whitehead"), Alma Braham (as "Myrtle Wattersen"), Marie Cahill (as "Polly Bainbridge"), Richard Carle (as "Willoughby Parker"), Alice Carrington (as "Clover Royce"), Jeanne Crane (as "Lilly Whitehead"), Jessie Crane (as "Daisy Hammond"), Murray D'Arcy (as "Sgt. McGinn"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Mozi"), Florence Dillon (as "Catti"), Amperito Ferrer (as "Lettice Romaine"), Madeline Fliege (as "Violet Fuller"), Rollin Grimes Jr. (as "Peter Thompson"), Otis Harlan, Eleanor Henry (as "Madge Splint"), Edward Martindel (as "Bob Mandrake "), Victor Morley (as "Capt. Jerry Carvel"), Ralph Nairn (as "Hodgins"), Jean Newcombe (as "Donna Estrada"), William Reynolds (as "Coolie"), Philip Sheffield (as "Bolo"), May Thompson (as "Rose Carter"), Fred Walton (as "Judge Splint"). Produced by Daniel V. Arthur.

(1921). Stage Play: Launcelot and Elaine. Drama.

(12 August 1942) Voice actor on radio show "Suspense" episode 9: "Suspicion". This episode is thought lost.

(1930) He acted in Robert Emmet Sherwood's play, "The Road to Rome," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Alice Brady in the cast.


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