Other Works

  • (1915 - 1930) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1915) Stage Play: Cousin Lucy. Musical comedy. Written by Charles Klein. Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Schuyler Green. Musical Director: August Kleinecke. Additional music by August Kleinecke and Percy Wenrich. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler. Additional lyrics by Edward Madden. Choreographed by David Bennett. Directed by Robert Milton. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 27 Aug 1915- 2 Oct 1915 (43 performances). Cast: J.W. Ashley (as "Broad"), James Budd (as "Chauffeur"), Ned Burton (as "James Baldwin"), Claudia Carlstead (as "Ensemble"), Marie Chambers (as "Mrs. Hillary Bronson") [Broadway debut], Leo Donnelly (as "Klayburgh"), Julian Eltinge (as "Jerry Jackson") [final Broadway role], Claiborne Foster (as "Dorothy Walbrook"), Henry Friend (as "Policeman"), Edith Hanbury (as "Mrs. Henshaw"), Elsie Marquette (as "Ensemble"), Jane Oaker (as "Queeny"), Lillian Ormonde (as "Ensemble"), Alice Palmer (as "Ensemble"), Irene Palmer (as "Della/Ensemble"), Mrs. Stuart Robson (as "Mrs. Wallingford"), Ethel Russell (as "Ensemble"), Grace Russell (as "Ensemble"), Mark Smith (as "Hillary Bronson"), Frank Stevens (as "Expressman"), Edna Stillwell (as "Ensemble"), Olive Tell (as "Angela Baldwin"), Grace Walton (as "Ensemble"), Austin Webb (as "Horace Holden"), Dallas Welford (as "Bister"), Elsie Weller (as "Ensemble"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Is Zat So? Comedy. Written by James Gleason and Richard Taber. 39th Street Theatre (moved to Chanin's 46th Street Theatre from 15 Mar 1926- close): 5 Jan 1925- Jul 1926 (closing date unknown/618 performances). Cast: Robert Armstrong (as "Eddie "Chick" Cowan"), Tom Brown (as "Master James Blackburn Parker"), Marie Chambers (as "Susan Blackburn Parker"), Marjorie Crossland (as "Marie Mestretti"), James Gleason (as "A.B. "Hap" Hurley"), John C. King (as "Robert Parker"), William London (as "Smith"), Victor Morley (as "Major, the Hon. Maurice Fitz-Stanley"), Eleanor Parker (as "Grace Hobart"), Carola Parson (as "Angie Van Alsten"), Duncan Penwarden (as "Fred Hobart"), Jack Perry (as "John Duffy"), Sidney Riggs (as "C. Clinton Blackburn"), Jo Wallace (as "Florence Hanley"). Produced by Earle Boothe. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Two Fisted (1935).

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