Other Works

  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • The Good Companions (1931). Comedy. Written by J.B. Priestley and Edward Knoblock. Based on the novel by J.B. Priestley. Directed by Julian Wylie. 49th Street Theatre: 1 Oct 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/68 performances). Cast: J.C. Aubrey (as "Fauntley/The Ginger Policeman/Mr. Gooch"), James Baber (as "Monte Mortimer"), Matthew Boulton (as "Sam Oglethorpe/Linoleum Man/A Reporter"), George Carney (as "Jess Oakroyd"), Norah Wyn Clare (as "Effie Longstaffe/Elsie Longstaffe"), Mildred Cottell (as "Mrs. Oakroyd/Lady Partlit"), Roy Emerton (as "Summers/Joe Brundit"), Wallace Evennett (as "Mr. Tarvin/Jimmy Nunn"), Boyd Gilmour (as "The Dulver Family"), Henry Hallatt (as "Morton Mitcham"), Basil Hanbury (as "Mr. Dulver/Railway Porter"), Robert Harrigan (as "Leonard Oakroyd/Professor Miro/A Photographer"), Ernest Jay (as "Joby Jackson/Mr. Pitzner"), James Jolly (as "A Waiter/Landlord of the Crown, Gatford"), Max Kirby (as "Albert Tuggeridge/Jerry Jerningham"), Vera Lennox (as "Susie Dean"), Isabel Ohmead (as "Mrs. Tarvin/Mrs. Joe"), Frank Petley (as "The Landlord at Tumbleby/Envelope Man/Ridvers"), Minnie Pine (as "The Dulver Family"), Ann Pinner (as "The Dulver Family"), Frank Terry (as "The Dulver Family") [credited as Walter Plinge], Hugh Sinclair (as "Inigo Jollifant"), Marcella Swanson (as "Ethel Georgia"), Valerie Taylor, Lillian B. Tonge (as "Mrs. Mounders"), Philip Tonge (as "The Dulver Family"). Produced by Lee Shubert.

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