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  • (1927) Stage: Directed / co-produced "The Heaven Tappers" on Broadway. Written by George Scarborough and Annette Westbay. Forrest Theatre: 8 Mar 1927-Mar 1927 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe (as "Lafe Ketcham"), Joseph Allen, Reginald Barlow (as "Kent Hardy"), Louis Bennison, John Benson, Thomas Chalmers (as "Bud Ketcham"), Harry Clarens, Florence Gerald, Thomas Gunn, John M. Kline, Margaret Lawrence, Frank Marlowe, Charles Waldron (as "David Calvin, alias "The Parson"), Lule Warrenton, Frank Williams. Co-produced by Lee Shubert.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared (as "Laurence Desmond, Irishman serving in the Foreign Legion of France")in "O'Neill of Derry" on Broadway. Drama/romance. Songs by Chauncey Olcott (also in cast). Written by Theodore Burt. Music and lyrics for "Every Star Falls in Love with Its Mate" by Charles E. Casey. Music and lyrics for "Michael McGinnity" by Manuel Klein. Musical Direction by Gus Salzer. Music and lyrics for "One Little, Sweet Little Girl" with Daniel J. Sullivan. Music and lyrics for "A Rose of Old Derry" with J.J. Dillon and William G. Kopp. Directed by Homer Emens, Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes. Liberty Theatre: 25 Nov 1907-21 Dec 1907 (33 performances). Cast: Rose Curry, Leonard Shepherd, Quincy C. Bass, Jr., Mildred Beverly, George Brennan, John Dunne, Alice Farrell, Maggie Fielding, B.T. Glasser, Martin Haydon, Jerome Hayes, Charles Howard, Arthur Jarrett, Daniel Jarrett, William Jones, George Lessey (as "Maj. Duncan, Chief of the Secret Police"), Henry Newton, Ned Reardon, Nelson Riley, Anna Wilks. Produced by Augustus Pitou.
  • Playwright (w/Charles E. Blaney): "Across the Pacific" (filmed as Across the Pacific (1914))

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