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(1926- 1946). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1926). Stage Play: Americana. Musical revue.

(1927). Stage Play: Allez-oop. Musical revue. Music by Charig Myers and Richard Myers. Book by J.P. McEvoy. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Directed by Carl Hemmer. Earl Carroll Theatre: 2 Aug 1927- Nov 1927 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Herman Bandes, Evelyn Bennett, Joyce Booth, Lillian Burke, Charles Butterworth, Catherine Crandall, Madeleine Fairbanks, Walter Feldkamp, Edgar Gardiner, George Sisters, Lon Hascall, Herman & Seamon, Esther Howard, Joan Karr, Dra Lea, Victor Moore, Alan Moran, Cliff O'Rourke, Sydney Reynolds, Wanda Valle, Valodia Vestoff, Bobby Watson, Gladys Yates. Produced by Carl Hemmer.

(1928). Stage Play: Good Boy. Musical.

(1929). Stage Play: Sweet Adeline. Musical comedy. Music by Jerome Kern. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Featuring songs with lyrics by Irene Franklin. Featuring songs by Jerry Jarnagin. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Scenic Design by Gates & Morange. Hammerstein's Theatre: 3 Sep 1929- 22 Mar 1930 (234 performances). Cast: Caryl Bergman, Charles Butterworth (as "Ruppert Day"), Violet Carlson, Thomas Chadwick, Robert Chisholm, Robert Fischer, Irene Franklin, Gus, Max Hoffmann, Jr. (as "Tom Martin, first mate, S.S. St. Paul"), Robert Emmett Keane, Len Mence, Helen Morgan (as "Addie, Emil's older daughter"), John Seymour, Will, Irving Arnold, Helen Ault, Sally Bates, Peter Bender, Louise Bernhardt, Harriet Britton, Dorothy Brown, Lillian Burke, John Campbell, Mary Carney, Kaye Carroll, Don Carter, Louise Chowning, Gertrude Clave, Nore Cliff, Aida Conkey, Don Cortez, Myrtle Cox, Wally Crisham, Betty Croke, Nonie Dale, Joseph Davidenko, Fanille Davies, George Djimos, Frank Dobert, Lynn Eldridge, Harry Esmond, La Vergne Evans, Jackson Fairchild, Polly Fisher, Frances Flanigan, Christine Gallagher, Helene Gardner, Mildred Gethins, Pauline Gorin, Jack Gray, Evelyn Hannons, Muriel Harrison, Dorothy Hiller, Jerry Jarnagin, Helen Kelly, Grace La Rue, Evelyn Laurie, Gloria Le Bow, Louis Leo, Borrah Levinson, Andy Lieb, Madge MacAnally, George Magis, Marion Martin, Helen McDonald, Peggy Messinger, Paul Moran, Billy Murray, Laura Mutch, Gladys Nelson, Ruby Nevins, Ruth Penery, George Raymond, Joe Reilly, Josephine Rice, Tom Rider, Robertina Robertson, Gustave Salzer (as "Gus, 1st violin"), Len Saxon, Madgio Schmylee, Martin Sheppard, William Sheppard, Bob Shutta, Alexis Sokoloff, Baum Sturz, Bertha Mae Swan, Morris Tepper, Mabel Thilbault, Tom Thompson, Jim Thornton, Elenore Tierney, Cyrilla Tuite, Emily Van Hoven, Genevieve Van Hoven, Robert Vernon, Efim Vitis, Lorena Walcott, Ben Wells, Marion Young. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein.

(1932). Stage Play: Flying Colors. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz. Material by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz. "On the American Plan" written in collaboration with George S. Kaufman. "Bon Voyage" and "The Salesman" written in collaboration with Corey Ford. "Lost in the Crowd" written in collaboration with Charles Sherman. Dances and Ensembles staged by Albertina Rasch. Directed by Howard Dietz. Imperial Theatre: 15 Sep 1932- 25 Jan 1933 (188 performances). Cast: Charles Butterworth, Tamara Geva, Patsy Kelly, Clifton Webb, Larry Adler, Alfreda Allman, June Blossom, Vera Bracken, Elsie Burrows, Phyllis Cameron, Helen Carrington, Janet Carver, Florence Chumbecos, Imogene Coca, Lucille Cole, Aida Conkey, Muriel Cook, Leonore Cox, Maxine Darrow, Mildred Davenport, Dorothy Dodd, Nancy Dolin, Lillian Duncan, Enez Early, Buddy Ebsen, Vilma Ebsen, Lloyd Ericson, Jackie Godfreyer, Ruth Gormley, Wilhelmina Gray, Consuello Harris, Bobby Johns, David Johns, George Kirk, Katherine Laughlin, Philip Loeb, George Magis, Irene McBride, William Miley, Evelyn Monte, Monette Moore, Katherine Mullowny, Frances Nevins, Myrtle Quinland, George Raymond, Carol Renwick, Wilma Roeloff, Jean Sargent, Morrie Siegel, Dolores Townsend, Rosalie Trego, Albertina Vitak, John Walsh, Elida Webb, Teddy West, Dora White, Virginia Whitmore, Jay Wilson, Lucille Wilson, Billie Yarbo. Produced by Max Gordon.

(1942). Stage Play: Count Me In. Musical revue. Music/lyrics by Ann Ronell. Based on material by Walter Kerr and Leo Brady. Music orchestration by Russell Bennett. Special orchestral arrangements by Hans Spialek and Don Walker. Vocal arrangements by Buck Warnick. Choreographed music by Will Irwin. Directed by Robert Ross. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 8 Oct 1942- 21 Nov 1942 (61 performances). Cast: Charles Butterworth (as "Papa"), Luella Gear (as "Mama"), Leonard Adriance, Jean Arthur (as "Jean" and "Dancing Girl"), Carolyn Ayers, Jim Barron, Robert Bay, Mary Alice Bigham, Whit Bissell [credited as Whitner Bissell] (as "First Draftee/Australian Announcer/Lowell Cabot, U.S.N./On Leave For Love" Singer/Dancer), Richard Brasno, Vincent Carbone, Gower Champion (as "Teddy Roosevelt Brandywine"), Willis Claire, Julie Colt, Kay Coulter, Danny Daniels, Jean Darling, Alice Dudley, Lew Eckles (as "F.B.I. Man"), Luella Gear, Johanna Gillman, Dorothy Griffin, Victor Griffin, Mary Healy, Stanley Jessup (as "FBI Man"), Charles Julian, Agnes Kane, Cornelia Kilbourn, June Kim, Cookey Kley, Jack Lambert, Alfred Latell, Hal Le Roy (as "Alvin York Brandywine/Dancer"), Kay Lewis, Claire Loring, Bubbles Mandl, Joe E. Marks, Melissa Mason, John McCauley, Dolores Milan, Janie New, Olga Novosel, William O'Shay, Jeanette Owens, Gibbs Penrose, 'June Preisser' (as "Tommy/Dancer"), Don Richards, Jack Riley, Dancing Boy Harry Rogue, Betsy Ross, Dixie Ross, Vicki Ross, Elizabeth Ryan, Margaret Ryan, William Sharon, Robert Shaw, Nina Starkey, Marian Sumetz, Alice Tyrell, Joe Viggiano, Milton Watson, Pat Weakley, Don Weissmuller, Marie Wilson, Willard Woolsey. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J.Shubert, Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson, Richard W. Krakauer and W. Horace Schmidlapp. Production supervised by Harry Kaufman.

(1945). Stage Play: Brighten the Corner. Written by John Cecil Holm. Directed by Arthur O'Connell. Lyceum Theatre: 12 Dec 1945- 5 Jan 1946 (29 performances). Cast: Phyllis Avery (as "Jeri Carson"), Gene Blakely (as "Townsend Marshall, Lt., U.S.N"), Charles Butterworth (as "Jeffrey Q. Talbot") [final Broadway role], Dulcie Cooper (as "Opal Harris"), Lenore Lonergan (as "Dell Marshall"), George Petrie (as "Neil Carson"), Robert F. Simon (as "Officer Robertson"), Paul Stanley (as "Delivery Boy"), Understudy: Eileen Heckart. Produced by Jean Dalrymple.

(1941) He acted in Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "George Washington Slept Here," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Jinx Falkenburg in the cast.

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