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(1899- 1924). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1899). Stage Play: Why Smith Left Home. Farce. Written by George Broadhurst. Hoyt's Theatre: 2 Sep 1899- Nov 1899 (closing date unknown/70 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Smith") [Broadway debut], George Barnum, Blanche Carlyle, Mrs. E.A. Eberle, Marion Giroux, Frederick Peters [credited as Fred W. Peters] (Broadway debut), Hans Robert, Gertrude Roosevelt, Matt Snyder (credited as M.B. Snyder) [Broadway debut], Rose Snyder, Dorothy Usner, Annie Yeamans. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Why Smith Left Home (1919).

(1900). Stage Play: Why Smith Left Home. Farce [return engagement]. Written by George Broadhurst. Hoyt's Theatre: 9 Apr 1900- Apr 1900 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Smith"), George Barnum, Blanche Carlyle, Mrs. E.A. Eberle, Marion Giroux, Frederick Peters [credited as Fred W. Peters], Hans Robert, Gertrude Roosevelt, Matt Snyder (credited as M.B. Snyder], Rose Snyder, Dorothy Usner, Annie Yeamans (as "Lavinia"). Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Why Smith Left Home (1919).

(1900). Stage Play: The Sprightly Romance of Marsac. Comedy. Written by Molly Elliot Seawell and William Young. Theatre Republic: 3 Dec 1900- Dec 1900 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Marsac"), Edward Abeles, Sally Berg, Henry Bergman, Marie Blanchard, Claude Brooke, Viola Carlstedt, Charles Charters, Laura Clement, John F. Denton, William J. Ferguson, Margaret Fuller, Horace Lewis, Sandol Milliken, Leonie Norbury, Ffolliott Paget, Edward Walker, Annabelle Whitford.

(1901). Stage Play: Under Two Flags. Drama. Written by Paul M. Potter. Garden Theatre: 5 Feb 1901- Jun 1901 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles, James Allen, Macklyn Arbuckle, Blanche Bates (as "Cigarette"), Mrs. F.M. Bates, Mary Bayly, Arthur Benson, Frank Browning, Arthur Bruce, Albert Bruning, Francis Carlyle, Grace Elliston, George Gaston, Campbell Gullan, Malcolm Gunn, Tefft Johnson, Frank Leyden, Lem Roberts, Margaret Robinson, William Sissons, Winchell Smith, Matt Snyder, Rose Snyder, Robert Tice, Beresford Webb, W.J. Welch, Madge West. Produced by Charles Frohman. Produced in arrangement with David Belasco. Note: Filmed by Gem Motion Picture Co. [distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Company] as Under Two Flags (1912/II) [a short],_ Thanhouser Film Corporation as _Under Two Flags (I) (1912/I) [a short], by Biograph as Under Two Flags (1915), by Fox Films as Under Two Flags (1916), by Universal Film Mfg. Co. as Under Two Flags (1922), and most notably by 20th Century Fox as Under Two Flags (1936). It was spoofed by Hal Roach Studios as Under Two Jags (1923) starring Stan Laurel.

(1901). Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Knickerbocker Theatre: 24 May 1901- May 1901 (closing date unknown/3 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice"), Aubrey Boucicault (as "Bassanio, friend of Antonio"), William Courtleigh (as "Prince of Morocco"), J.E. Dodson (as "Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock"), Maxine Elliott (as "Portia, an heiress in Belmont"), Effie Ellsler (as "Jessica, Shylock's daughter"), Arthur Garrels (as "Salarino, friend of Antonio"), Nat C. Goodwin (as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender"), S.M. Hall (as "Balthasar, servant to Portia"), Annie Irish (as "Nerissa, Portia's waiting gentle-woman"), William J. Le Moyne (as "Gobbo"), Frank Mayne (as "Court Clerk"), Neil O'Brien (as "Tubal, an associate of Shylock"), Frederick Perry (as "Prince of Arragon, suitor to Portia"), William T. Sampson (as "Leonardo, servant to Bassanio"), Vincent Serrano (as "Gratiano, gentleman of Venice"), H.P. Stone (as "Solanio, friend of Antonio"), Frank Weston (as "Duke of Venice"), Henry Woodruff (as "Lorenzo, gentleman of Venice").

(1902). Stage Play: The Lady of Lyons (Revival). Written by Sir Edward George Bulwer-Lytton. Garrick Theatre: 19 May 1902- May 1902 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles, Macklyn Arbuckle, Edwin Arden, Cosmo Kyrle Bellew, W.E. Chase, Russell Crauford, Charles Haskins, Robert E. Homans, Leonard Ide [Broadway debut], Mrs. W.G. Jones, Mary Mannering, Kate Pattison Selton, Becton Radford, May Seymour, W.H. Thompson, Brandon Tynan. Produced by Frank McKee.

(1903). Stage Play: Skipper & Co., Wall Street. Comedy. Written by J.W. Dam. Garrick Theatre: 4 May 1903- May 1903 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "George Washington Skipper"), Oscar Barrett, Burr Caruth, Charles Cherry, A.J. Edwards, Joseph Hazelton, R.E.L. Hill, G. Harrison Hunter, Irma La Pierre, Denman Maley, Prince Miller, George Probert, Sidney F. Rice, Emmett Shackelford, Charles Swain. Produced by Frank McKee.

(1903). Stage Play: The County Chairman. Comedy. Written by George Ade. Directed by George F. Marion. Wallack's Theatre: 10 Oct 1904- 21 Jan 1905 (125 performances). Cast: Nina Ainscoe (as "Tilly'), Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Honorable Jim Hackler, County Chairman"), Rose Beaudet (as "Mrs. Jefferson Briscoe"), Christine Blessing (as "Mrs. Elias Rigby"), Fred Bock (as "Riley Cleaver"), Claude C. Boyer (as "Cal Barcus"), Earle Brown (as "Tilford Wheeler"), Anna Buckley (as "Chick Elzey"), Edward Chapman (as "Jefferson Briscoe"), Howard Cuyler (as "Glabe Overton"), Charles Fisher (as "Elias Rigby"), Grace Fisher (as "Lorena Watkins"), W.J. Gross (as "Uncle Eck Milbury"), Harry Holman (as "Wilson Prewitt"), J. Sydney Macy (as "Vance Jimmison"), John Meehan (as "D. Montgomery"), Miriam Nesbitt (as "Lucy Rigby"), E.R. Phillips (as "Joseph Whittker"), Roy Richards (as "Amos Whitney"), George Ricketts (as "Jupiter Pettaway"), Fred Santley (as "Chub Tolliver"), Willis P. Sweatnam (as "Sassafras Livingstone"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.

(1904). Stage Play: The Triumph of Love. Comedy.

(1907). Stage Play: The Round Up. Written by Edmund Day. Directed by Joseph Brooks, Herbert Gresham and Lawrence Marston. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to The Broadway Theatre from 21 Oct 1907 to close): 26 Aug 1907- Dec 1907 (closing date unknown/155 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe, 'Maclyn Arbuckle' (as "Sheriff "Slim" Hoover"), Orme Caldara (as "Jack Payson"), "Texas" Cooper, Julia Dean, Elmer Grandin, Harold Hartsell, Wright Kramer (as "Dick Lane"), Joseph M. Lothian, Jacques Martin, H.S. Northrup, John J. Pierson, S.L. Richardson, Florence Rockwell, Fulton Russell, Marie Taylor. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1908). Stage Play: The Soul Kiss. Musical extravaganza. Music by Maurice Levi. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring "My Diabolo Beau" by Kenneth S. Clark. Featuring "That Wasn't All" by Addison Burkhard, Louis A. Hirsch and Matt Woodward. Featuring "The Dollar Sign" by Jessie Villars and Fleta Ian Brown. Featuring "The Soul Kiss (Just for You from Above)" by Lewis Gates. Music for Mlle. Genee's divertissements by Cuthbert Clark. Orchestra under the direction of Max Schmidt. Featuring "Those College Yells" by Clarence M. Chapel and Cecil Lean. Aerial evolutions arranged by Herr H. Schultz. Mlle. Genee's divertissements arranged by Alexander Genee. Scenic Design by John H. Young, Ernest Albert, Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson and Pancaud of Paris. Costumes for Mlle. Genee's divertissements designed by Wilhelm. Directed by Herbert Gresham and Julian Mitchell. New York Theatre (from 28 Jan 1908- close): 28 Jan 1908- 23 May 1908 (122 performances). Cast: Barney Bernard, Adeline Genee, Ralph Herz, Florence Holbrook, Cecil Lean, Stella Tracey, R.A. Allen, Madelaine Anderton, Florence Ardell, Florrie Bacon, Miss Benton, Henry Bergman, Macklyn Arbuckle [credited as Maclyn Arbuckle], Mae Bevan, Irene Blair, Florence Burke, Clara DeBeers, Mildred DeBeers, Mae Doherty, Mildred Fay, Hattie Forsythe, Eva Francis, Albert Froom [credited as Albert Froome], Dorothy Furniss, Gretta Gleason, Elaine Gordon, Francesca Gordon, Jane Hall, May Harris, Lee Harrison, Laurie Hart, Marian Hartman, Dos Howard, Marguerite Lane, Freda Linyard, Belle Logan, Emily Nash, Billy Norton, Millie Peers, Emily Peters, Almeda Potter, Homer Potter, Grace Rankin, Ada Rickwell, Amelia Rose, Daisy Rudd, Elphye Snowden, Harry Stone, Cecil Sully, Kitty Underdale, Margaret Vingut, Florence Walton, Mortimer H. Weldon, Edith Whitney, May Willard, Ethelyn Wilmot. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1910). Stage Play: Welcome to Our City.

(1917). Stage Play: Misalliance. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by William Faversham. Broadhurst Theatre: 27 Sep 1917- Nov 1917 (closing date unknown/52 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "John Tarleton"), George Fitzgerald (as "Lord Summerhays"), Warburton Gamble (as "Joey Percival, an aviator"), Mrs. Edmund Gurney (as "Mrs. Tarleton"), Katherine Kaelred (as "Lina Szczepanowska"), Philip Leigh (as "Bentley Summerhays"), Frederick Lloyd (as "Johnny Tarleton"), Malcolm Morley (as "Gunner"), Elisabeth Risdon (as "Hypatia Tarleton"). Produced by William Faversham.

(1917). Stage Play: Lord and Lady Algy (Revival). Written by R.C. Carton. Broadhurst Theatre: 22 Dec 1917- Jan 1918 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle, Herbert Belmore, C Haviland Chappell, Maxine Elliott, William Faversham, Irene Fenwick, George Fitzgerald, Franklyn Fox, Lumsden Hare, Harvey Hays, George W. Howard, Philip Leigh, Frederick Lloyd, William Vaughan, Julian Vauxhall.

(1918). Stage Play: Home Again. Written by Robert McLaughlin. Based on the folk poems and stories of James Whitcomb Riley. Directed by Jessie Bonstelle. Playhouse Theatre: 11 Nov 1918- Dec 1918 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Erville Alderson, Macklyn Arbuckle [credited as Maclyn Arbuckle], James Billings, Charles Dow Clark, Scott Cooper, Shirley De Me, Madeline Delmar, James Donlan, Henry Duffy, Geraldine Herman, Frances Lapsley, Tim Murphy, Helen Pingree, Harry Redding, Forrest Robinson, Antoinette Walker. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1920). Stage Play: Daddy Dumplings. Comedy/drama. Written by George Barr McCutcheon and Earl Carroll. Directed by Earl Carroll. Theatre Republic: 22 Nov 1920- Jan 1921 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Produced by Earl Carroll.

(1921). Stage Play: In the Night Watch. Melodrama. Written by Michael Morton. Based on "La Veille d'Armes" by 'Claude Farrere' and Lucien Nepoty. Directed by Frederick Stanhope. Century Theatre: 29 Jan 1921- May 1921 (closing date unknown/113 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Commander Mowbray"), Margaret Dale (as "Alice Perlet"), Harold De Becker (as "Surgeon Ribot"), Jeanne Eagels (as "Eugenie de Corlaix"), Max Figman (as "Le Duc"), Paget Hunter (as " Lieutenant-Commander Dulec"), B. Huntingdon (as "Dagorne"), Kenneth Lawton (as "Clerk of the Court"), Edmund Lowe (as "Lieutenant d'Artelle"), J. Morrison (as "Rear Admiral de Loubat"), Jefferson Murray (as "Rear Admiral de Loubat"), Knox Orde (as "Commander Fargasson"), Cyril Scott (as "Lieutenant Brambourg"), Robert Thorne (as "Chief Engineer Birodat"), Walter Walker (as "Rear Admiral de Lutzen"), Robert Warwick (as "Captain de Corlaix"), John Webster (as "Captain de l'Estissac"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1922). Stage Play: Wild Oats Lane. Melodrama. Written by George Broadhurst. Based on the story "The Gambling Chaplain" by Gerald Beaumont. Directed by Lillian Trimble Bradley. Broadhurst Theatre: 6 Sep 1922- Sep 1922 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Father Joe"), Richard Barbee (as "The Up-and-Down Kid"), James Bradbury, Pauline Breustedt, Marion Coakley, Daniel Davis, Florence Earle, John Ellis, Thomas Gun, James Jefferson, Camilla Lyon, Howard Nugent, Margaret Nugent, Edna May Oliver (as "June"), Hope Sutherland, Edna Von Buelow, Judith Vosselli, Douglas Wood. Produced by George Broadhurst.

(1923). Stage Play: The Rivals. Comedy (revival).


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