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Stage and television actor, playwright.

(1923) Stage: Wrote book / lyrics for "Cinders", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Rudolf Friml. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Directed / produced by Edward Royce. Dresden Theatre: 3 Apr 1923-28 Apr 1923 (31 performances). Cast: George Bancroft (as "Great Scott"; Broadway debut), Abner Barnhart (as "Cliff"), Louise Bateman (as "Simone"), Roberta Beatty (as "Mrs. Delancey Hoyt"), John H. Brewer (as "Maj. Dummond"), Edith Campbell-Walker (as "Mme. Duval"), Frank Curran (as "Frank"), Margaret Dale (as "Mrs. Horatio Winthrop"), Evelyn Darville (as "Julie"), Vera DeWolfe (as "Cecelia"), Thomas Fitzpatrick (as "Butler"), Nathaniel Gennes (as "Nat"), Elaine Gholson (as "Yvette"), Eden Gray (as "Ninette"), Thomas Green (as "Thomas"), Fred Hillebrand (as "Slim Kelly"), Harry Howell (as "Harry"), Eugene Jenkins (as "Gene"), Kitty Kelly (as "Tottie"), Alta King (as "Hortense"), Lillian Lee (as "Miss Breckenridge"), Estelle Levelle (as "Lottie"), Mary Lucas (as "Geraldine"), Mildred Lunnay (as "Dancer"), Gertrude McDonald (as "Dancer"), Denny Murray (as "Denny"), Dagmar Oakland (as "Mathilde"), Dewitt Oakley (as "Dewitt"), Elva Pomfret (as "Dancer"), Sydney Reynolds (as "Dancer"), Ralph Riggs (as "Dancer"), Queenie Smith (as "Tillie Olsen"), Diana Stegman (as "Annabelle"), W. Douglas Stevenson (as "John Winthrop"), Nancy Welford (as "Cinders"), Jack Whiting (as "Bruce"), Katherine Witchie (as "Dancer"). Replacement actor: Walter Regan (as "John Winthrop").

Playwright: "De Luxe Annie" (filmed as De Luxe Annie (1918))

(1919). Stage Play: Oh, What A Girl! Musical/farce. Music by Charles Jules and Jacques Presburg. Book by Edgar Smith and Edward Clark. Lyrics by Edgar Smith, Edward Clark and Gus Kahn. Music orchestrated by Jacques Presburg. Musical Director: Fred Walz. Additional numbers by L. Wolfe Gilbert, Alex Sullivan, Nat Vincent and Irving Berlin. Featuring songs by Egbert Van Alstyne. Directed by Edward Clark. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Central Theatre 6 Oct 1919-close): 28 Jul 1919- 1 Nov 1919 (68 performances). Cast: Renée Adorée (as "Specialty") [Broadway debut], Agnes Allen (as "Chorus"), Billie Andrews (as "Chorus"), Phoebe Appleton (as "Chorus"), Sam Ash (as "Jack Rushton"), Kitty Astra (as "Chorus"), William Barry (as "Williams/Chorus"), Evelyn Clifford (as "Chorus"), Lew Cooper (as "Washington"), Frank Crawford (as "Chorus"), Sam Curtis (as "Perkins"), Florence Darling (as "Chorus"), David Dreyer (as "Ross"), Ella Evans (as "Chorus"), Nancy Fair (as "Susie Smith"), Frank Fay (as "Bill Corcoran"), Margaret Ferguson (as "Chorus"), Larry Francis (as "Downes"), Bessie Gray (as "Chorus"), Vera Groset (as "Lola Chappelle"), Kitty Holton (as "Chorus"), Harold Hulen (as "Holmes/Chorus"), Harry Kelly (as "Deacon Amos Titmouse"), Margaret King (as "Chorus"), Hazel Kirke (as "Margot Merrivale"), Ma-Belle (as "Fairy Godmother"), Pauline Markham (as "Chorus"), Veronica Marquise (as "Specialty"), Ignacio Martinetti (as "Luigi Fravola"), Clarice Miller (as "Chorus"), Elizabeth Moffat (as "Amanda Titmouse"), Mat Murphy (as "Carr/Chorus"), Florence Nelson (as "Chorus"), Ethel Mary Oakland (as "Prince Charming"), Kathleen O'Hanlon (as "Specialty"), Diana Peyton (as "Chorus"), Jack Polen (as "Chorus"), Lester Scharff (as "Head Waiter"), Agnes Shiedell (as "Chorus"), Lewis Sloden (as "Specialty"), Clarice Snyder (as "Cinderella"), George Stifter (as "Taylor/Chorus"), Elizabth Treep (as "Chorus"), Bobby Watts (as "Chorus"), Elizabeth West (as "Chorus"), Lillian Wilson (as "Chorus"), Theodore Zambouni (as "Specialty"), William Zinnel (as "Smathers"). Replacement cast [during Shubert Theatre run]: Patsy De Forrest (as "Susie Smith"). [During Central Theatre run:] None known. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1918). Stage Play: Not with My Money. Written by Edward Clark. 39th Street Theatre: 25 Oct 1918- Nov 1918 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Peggy Coudray, Carl Gerard, Cecelia Griffith, Carroll McComas, Minnie Milne, William Robyns, Robert W. Smiley, Dyke Thomes, Basil West, Beverly Westmore, Walter Wilson. Produced by Edward Clark.


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