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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

The Love Song (1925). Musical/operetta. Music by Jacques Offenbach and Eduard Künneke. Selected and arranged by Edward Künneke. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. From the Hungarian of Michael Nador and Eugene Ferago. From the German adaptation by James Klein and Carl Bretschneider. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps and Hubert of Paris. Directed by G. Latham. Century Theatre: 13 Jan 1925- 6 Jun 1925 (157 performances). Cast: James Alderman (as "Duroc"), Virginia Allen (as "Chorus"), Helen Allerton (as "Chorus"), Lucita Arnold (as "Chorus"), Mary Arnoldi (as "Chorus"), Shelton Bentley (as "Chorus"), Harrison Brockbank (as "Napoleon III"), Grace Carlyle (as "Countess Castiglione"), Florence Cazelle (as "Chorus"), Nancy Corrigan (as "Chorus"), Nikola Cunningham (as "Chorus"), Ethel Darcy (as "Chorus"), Berma Deane (as "Chorus"), Margaret Draper (as "Chorus"), John Dunsmure (as "Colonel Bugeaud"), Beatrice Durant (as "Chorus"), Louise Farrar (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Francis (as "Eugenie de Montijo"), Miriam Franklin (as "Chorus"), Faye Gilmore (as "Chorus"), Harry Glover (as "Prosper Merimee/Chorus"), Mary Graham (as "Chorus"), Mr. Greenwood (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Harrington (as "Chorus"), Laura Hastings (as "Chorus/Corinne"), Evelyn Herbert (as "Herminie"), Vera Hoppe (as "Chorus/Mlle. Marceau"), Adele Howard (as "Franchette/Chorus"), J.W. Hull (as "Victorian Sardou/Chorus"), Paul Keast (as "First Officer/Chorus"), Arthur Kellar (as "Chorus"), Walter Kelly (as "Lackey/Chorus"), Donald Kinleyside (as "Lieutenant"), Antoinette LaFarge (as "Chorus"), Nita Lamabrid (as "Chorus"), Marie Lavelle (as "Chorus"), William Lawley (as "Pierre"), Sophie Lubin (as "Chorus"), Vivian Marlowe (as "Mme. de Marsac/Chorus"), Ila McCall (as "Chorus"), John Moore (as "The Duke de Persigny/Chorus"), Harry K. Morton (as "Petipas"), Bobbie Muir (as "Chorus"), Odette Myrtil (as "Hortense"), Inga Neilson (as "Chorus"), Allan Prior (as "Offenbach"), Camille Robenette (as "Chorus/Margot"), W.L. Robertson (as "Chorus/Second Officer"), Isabelle Rodrigues (as "Spanish Dancer"), Zella Russell (as "Lizette"), Catherine Smith (as "Chorus"), Charlotte Sprague (as "Chorus"), William St. James (as "Bourbon"), Edna Starck (as "Babette/Chorus"), Doris Stewart (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Stone (as "Chorus"), Julia Strong (as "Chorus"), Zolya Talma (as "Gypsy Girl"), Armand Vecsey (as "Chorus"), Jeanne Voltaire (as "Chorus"), Eda Von Buelow (as "Countess de Montijo"), Charles Walters (as "Jacques d'Alcain"), Eleanor Whitmore (as "Chorus"), Eleanor Wilson (as "Chorus"), Alvina Zolle (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1946) Max Catto and his musical, "Can-Can," was performed at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Margaret Davison, Charles Dorning, Elizabeth French, Clifford Mollison, Leo Franklyn, and Doreen Duke in the cast.


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