(1901- 1929). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1901). Stage Play: If I Were King. Drama. Written by Justin Huntly McCarthy
. Garden Theatre: 14 Oct 1901- Dec 1901 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Herbert Ayling
(as "Colin De Cayeulx"), B.B. Belcher (as "De Nontoillet"), Clara Blandick
(as "Jehanneton") [Broadway debut
], Miss Bolck (as "Lady of the Court"), Malcolm Bradley
(as "Trois Echelles") [Broadway debut
], Rowland Buckstone
(as "Guy Tabarie"), Miss Burke (as "Lady of the Court"), Fanny I. Burt (as "Mother Villon"), Henry Carvill
[credited as Henry C. Carvill] (as "Noel le Jolys"), Margaret B. Caskie (as "Queen"), Mr. Childs (as "Masquer"), Norman Conniers (as "Thibaut d'Aussigny"), Frederic Courtenay (as "Du Lau"), Rachel Crown (as "Isabeau"), Miss De Silva (as "Lady of the Court"), Charlotte Deane (as "Blanche"), Mr. Du Puy (as "Page"), Mr. Dunning (as "Masquer"), Miss Evans (as "Lady of the Court"), Mr. Ferrara (as "Masquer"), John Findlay (as "Olivier le Dain"), Miss Fursmann (as "Lady of the Court"), Fred B. Hanson (as "Poncet De Riviere"), Mr. Hayes (as "Masquer"), Mr. Hooves (as "Page"), Mr. Horton (as "Masquer"), Annette Huntington (as "Denise"), Miss Lashmutt (as "Lady of the Court"), Arthur Lawrence (as "Tristan l'Hermite"), Cecilia Loftus
(as "Katherine de Vaucelles"), Helen Logan (as "Guillemette"), Frederic Lotto (as "Robin Turgis"), Sidney Mather
[credited as Sydney C. Mather] (as "René De Montigny"), William Parke (as "Jehan Le Loup"), Mr. Patterson (as "Masquer"), Francis Powell (as "Montjoye"), George C. Rave (as "Petit Jean"), Charles Redmund (as "Captain of the Watch"), Miss Scott (as "Lady of the Court"), Suzanne Sheldon (as "Huguette du Hamel"), Miss Slavin (as "Lady of the Court"), William J. Sorelle (as "Casin Cholet"), E.H. Sothern
(as "François Villon"), Mr. Swarz (as "Page"), Mr. Townsend (as "Masquer"), Charles Vane (as "Toison d'Or"), George W. Wilson (as "Louis XI"). Produced by Daniel Frohman
(1903). Stage Play: Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman. Comedy/drama. Written by E.W. Hornung
and Eugene Wiley Presbrey
. Directed by Eugene Wiley Presbrey. Princess Theatre (moved to The Savoy Theatre from 15 Feb 1904- close): 27 Oct 1903- Mar 1904 (closing date unknown/168 performances). Cast: Kyrle Bellew (as "A.J. Raffles"), Mignon Beranger (as "Marie"), Clara Blandick
(as "Gwendolyn Conron"), Frank Connor (as "Lord Crowly"), Stanton Elliot (as "Harry Manders "Bunny"), A.W. Grass (as "Merton"), E.M. Holland (as "Captain Bedford"), Alfred James (as "Golby"), Ethel Matthews (as "Mrs. Vidal"), Frank McCormack (as "Crawshay"), Lucy Milner (as "Lady Ethel"), Frank Roberts (as "Lord Amersteth"), Hattie Russell
(as "Lady Melrose"), Ernest Williams (as "Barraclough"). Produced by Liebler & Co. Note: Filmed by Vitagraph Company of America as Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman
(1905), then by Hyclass Producing Company/L. Lawrence Weber Photo Dramas Inc. as Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman
(1917), then by Universal Pictures as Raffles
(1925), then by The Samuel Goldwyn Company [distributed by United Artists] as Raffles
(1930), then, although filmed by Howard Productions [distributed by United Artists] as Raffles
(1939), the playwright was not credited (the only version to not do so to date), and by Alameda Films [Mexico] as Raffles
(1958). A TV adaption was produced by Yorkshire Television (YTV) [UK] in 1975.
(1903). Stage Play: The Sacrament of Judas.
(1904). Stage Play: The Two Orphans. Drama (revival).
(1908). Stage Play: The Royal Mounted. Drama.
(1913). Stage Play: Widow by Proxy.
(1913). Stage Play: Mrs. Peckham's Carouse. (Revival).
(1915). Stage Play: No. 13 Washington Square. Written by Leroy Scott. Park Theatre: 23 Aug 1915- Oct 1915 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe
, Clara Blandick
, Charlotte Carter, George Clarke, Richard Collins, Leonard Hollister, May Irwin, John Junior, Max Meyer, Georgia Olp, Ffolliott Paget, Julia Ralph
, Lark Taylor
, Joseph Woodburn.
(1917). Stage Play: The Wanderer. Incidental music by Anselm Goetzl
. Written by Maurice V. Samuel
. Manhattan Opera House: 1 Feb 1917- May 1917 (closing date unknown/108 performances). Cast: Clara Blandick
, Lawson Butt, Ernest Cove, Charles Dalton, Janet Dunbar, William Elliott, Elza Fredericks, Macy Harlam, Sidney Herbert
, Frederick Lewis, Edward Martyn, Sydney Mather, James O'Neill, Florence Reed, Beverly Sitgreaves, William H. Thompson. Produced by William Elliott, F. Ray Comstock
and Morris Gest
(1923). Stage Play: The Enchanted Cottage. Written by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero
. Directed by Jessie Bonstelle and William A. Brady
. Ritz Theatre: 31 Mar 1923- May 1923 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Geraldine Ballard (as "Cherub"), Merlin Ballard (as "Imp/Corsellis Child"), Seldon Bennett (as "Rigg"), Clara Blandick
(as "Mrs. Minnett/First Witch"), Thomas Broderick (as "First Groom"), Herbert Bunston
(as "Rupert Smallwood"), Norman Byron (as "Corsellis Child/Cherub"), Cora Calkins (as "Third Witch"), Elizabeth Collins (as "Bridesmaid"), Katharine Cornell
(as "Laura Pennington"), Gertrude Dailey (as "Corsellis Child/Imp"), Dorothy Dorbandt (as "Cherub"), Grace Dougherty (as "Third Bride"), Gilbert Emery (as "Major Murray Hillgrove, D.S.O., M.C."), Francis Fay (as "Cherub"), Winifred Frazer (as "Mrs. Smallwood"), Harry Garwood (as "Cherub"), Gwyneth Gordon (as "Ethel"), Julia Gorman (as "Imp/Corsellis Child"), Roland Hanson (as "Second Groom"), Phyllis Jackson (as "First Bride"), Genevieve Kane (as "Corsellis Child"), Margaret Kastner (as "Cherub"), Stanley Lindahl (as "Third Groom"), Gudrun Mantzius (as "Second Bride"), Harry Neville
(as "Rev. Charles Corsellis"), Dorothy Revere (as "Bridesmaid"), George Ryan (as "Corsellis Child"), Helen Ryan (as "Second Witch"), Eileen Smith (as "Cherub"), Noel Tearle
(as "Oliver Bashforth"), Dolly Tigue (as "Imp/Corsellis Child"), Ethel Wright (as "Mrs. Corsellis"). Produced by William A. Brady Ltd. Note: Filmed as The Enchanted Cottage
(1924), The Enchanted Cottage
(1924). Stage Play: Hell-bent Fer Heaven. Melodrama. Written by Hatcher Hughes
. Klaw Theatre: 4 Jan 1924- May 1924 (closing date unknown/122 performances). Cast: George Abbott
(as "Sid Hunt"), Glenn Anders
(as "Andy Lowry"), Clara Blandick
(as "Meg Hunt"), Margaret Borough (as "Jude Lowry"), Burke Clarke (as "Matt Hunt"), Augustin Duncan (as "David Hunt"), John F. Hamilton
(as "Rufe Pryor"). Produced by Marc Klaw Inc. Notes: (1) Won Pulitzer Prize for Best Play. (2) Filmed by Warner Bros. as Hell-Bent for Heaven
(1925). Stage Play: Applesauce. Comedy. Written by Barry Conners
. Ambassador Theatre: 28 Sep 1925- Dec 1925 (closing date unknown/90 performances). Cast: Albert Andruss
(as "Matt McAllister"), Clara Blandick
(as "Mrs. Jennie Baldwin"), Walter Connolly
(as "Rollo Jenkins"), Jessie Crommette, William Holden
(as "Paw Robinson"), Gladys Lloyd
(as "Hazel Robinson") [Broadway debut
]. Produced by Richard Herndon.
(1926). Stage Play: The Good Fellow. Comedy.
(1927). Stage Play: Fog-Bound. Drama.
(1927). Stage Play: Kempy. Comedy (revival).
(1927). Stage Play: Ink. Melodrama. Written by Dana Watterson Greeley. Directed by T. Daniel Frawley. Biltmore Theatre: 1 Nov 1927- Nov 1927 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Clara Blandick
(as "Hester Trevelyan"), John H. Dilson, Brandon Evans, Dwight Frye
(as "Clarence Jerome"), William Harrigan (as "Robert Buchanan"), Robert Hyman, Leo A. Kennedy
, Sue MacManamy, Carlyle Moore (as "Office Boy"), Isabel Randolph, Charles Richman
, Kay Strozzi
(as "Jeanne Keenan"). Produced by Charles L. Wagner.
(1928). Stage Play: La Gringa. Written by Tom Cushing
credit]. Directed by Hamilton MacFadden. Little Theatre: 1 Feb 1928- Feb 1928 (13 performances). Cast: Clara Blandick
, Claudette Colbert
(as "Carlota D'Astradente"), Eva Condon
(as "Belle Spinney"), Arlene Francis
(as "Soror Felicidad"), Jessie Graham (as "Mrs. Nott"), Marie Haynes (as "Charity"), Isabel Irving (as "Madre Superior"), Cecil Kern
(as "Bertha Beales"), William Lovejoy (as "Pedro"), George Nash
(as "Captain Aaron Bowditch"), Frank Sylvester (as "Captain Jabez Spinney"), Paul Wright (as "Dr. Caleb Sprague"). Produced by Hamilton MacFadden
. Note: Filmed by Fox Film Corporation as South Sea Rose
(1929) [presumed lost as of Feb 2014].
(1928). Stage Play: The Buzzard.
(1928). Stage Play: Skidding. Comedy.
(1929). Stage Play: Skyrocket.
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