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(1912) Stage: Wrote (earliest Broadway credit; w/Edward Knoblock [credited as Edward Knoblauch]) "Milestones", produced on Broadway. Liberty Theatre: 17 Sep 1912-Mar 1913 (closing date unknown/215 performances). Cast: Edith Barwell (as "Nancy"), Leslie Faber (as "John Rhead"), William O. Fazan (as "Thompson"), Warburton Gamble (as "Sam Sibley"), Douglas Imbert (as "Lord Monkhurst"), Auriol Lee (as "Gertrude Rhead"), Frederick Lloyd (as "Arthur Preece"), A.G. Onslow (as "Ned Pym"), Frederick Penley (as "Webster"), Gillian Scaife (as "Rose Sibley"), Eugenie Vernie (as "Mrs. Rhead"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger. NOTES: (1) Filmed as Milestones (1916), Milestones (1920). (2) The BBC also produced an adaption [teleplay adapted by John Fitzgerald] of this play, broadcast 26 Dec 1951.

(1913) Stage: Wrote "The Honeymoon", produced on Broadway. Lyceum Theatre: 24 Feb 1913 (1 performance). Cast: George W. Anson, Laura Hope Crews, Howard Estabrook, William Frazan, Ernest Lawford, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, Albert Reed, Frank Reicher, Richard Sterling. Produced by Stage Society of New York.

(1913) Stage: Wrote "The Great Adventure", produced on Broadway. Booth Theatre: 16 Oct 1913-Nov 1913 (closing date unknown/52 performances). Cast: Roxane Barton, Janet Beecher, Edward Connelly, Walter Creighton, Frank Goldsmith, Lyn Harding, Edgar Kent, Guthrie McClintic [Broadway debut], Thomas Wigney Percyval, Ina Rorke, Roland Rushton. Produced by Winthrop Ames. NOTE: Filmed as The Great Adventure (1915), The Great Adventure (1921), His Double Life (1933).

(1920) Stage: Wrote "Sacred and Profane Love", produced on Broadway. Drama. Directed by B. Iden Payne. Morosco Theatre: 23 Feb 1920-May 1920 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Katherine Brook (as "Emmeline Palmer"), Romaine Callender (credited as A. Romaine Callender; as "Snape"), Denise Corday (as "Leonie"), Renee De Monvil (as "Rosalie"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Carlotta Peel"), Susan Given (as "A Parlor Maid"), Peggy Harvey (as "Jocelyn Sardis"), Augusta Haviland (as "Mrs. Joicey"), Bertha Kent (as "Louisa Benbow"), Maud Milton (as "Marie Sardis"), Olive Oliver (as "Mary Ispenlove"), Alexander Onslow (as "Frank Ispenlove"), José Ruben (as "Emilio Diaz"), J. Sebastian Smith (as "Lord Francis Alcar"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

(1921) Stage: Wrote "The Title", produced on Broadway. Satire. Directed by Lumsden Hare. Belmont Theatre: 14 Nov 1921-Nov 1921 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Agnes Atherton (as "Parlor Maid"), Ernest Cossart (as "Sampson Straight"), Sheila Courtenay (as "Hildegarde Culver"), Lumsden Hare (as "Mr. Culver"), Robert Harrigan (as "John Culver"), Selene Johnson (as "Mrs. Culver"), Emily Lorraine (as "Miss Starkey"), Noel Tearle (as "Tranto"). Produced by Richard G. Herndon.

(1922) Stage: Wrote "What the Public Wants", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Louis Calvert. Garrick Theatre: 1 May 1922-May 1922 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Harry Ashford (as "James Brindley"), Louis Calvert (as "Holt St. John"), Charles Dalton (as "Sir Charles Worgan"), J. Malcolm Dunn (credited as Malcolm Dunn; as "Saul Kendrick"), Emily Fitzroy (as "Mrs. Downes"), George Frenger (as "Samuel Cleland"), Stanley Howlett (as "Simon Macquoid"), Marietta Hyde (as "Mrs. Worgan"), Moffat Johnston (as "John Worgan"), Claude King (as "Francis Worgan"), Shirley King (as "Annie Worgan"), Jane Wheatley (as "Mrs. Cleland"), Margaret Wycherly (as "Emily Vernon"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1926) Stage: Wrote "The Great Adventure", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Directed / produced by Reginald Pole. Princess Theatre: 22 Dec 1926-Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Lowden Adams (as "Texel"), Spring Byington (as "Janet Cannot"), Miriam Cutler (as "Honoria Looe"), Wheeler Dryden (as "Dr. Pascoe" / "James Shawn"), George Fitzgerald (as "Lord Leonard Alcar"), Harry Green (as "Peter Horning" / "John Shawn"), Charles Lowden (as "Father Looe"), Henry Mowbray (as "Ebag"), Reginald Pole (as "Ilam Carve"), George Thompson (as "Albert Shawn"), C.T. Van Voorhis (as "Cyrus Carve"), Ruth Vivian (as "Mrs. Albert Shawn"), Wayne Whitten (as "Edward Horning").

(1930) Stage: Wrote (final Broadway credit during lifetime; w/Edward Knoblock [credited as Edward Knoblauch]) "Milestones". Directed by Henry Stillman. Empire Theatre: 2 Jun 1930-Jun 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Produced by The Players Club.

(????) Novel: "Mr. Prohack" (filmed as Dear Mr. Prohack (1949)).

(19??) Novel: "The Old Wives' Tale."

(19??) Book: "Literary Taste: How to Form It"

(????) Novel "Buried Alive". NOTE: Filmed as His Double Life (1933).

(19??) Novel: "Riceyman Stetps"

(1929) His play, "The Great Adventure," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Janet Beecher and Bette Davis in the cast.

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