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  • Played the non-singing role of Steve Baker (Julie's husband) in the first London production of "Show Boat" (which also featured Paul Robeson and Cedric Hardwicke) in 1928. The 1936 film version of "Show Boat" would be directed by Clive's close friend, James Whale. Clive starred in three of Whale's best-known films, "Journey's End", "Frankenstein", and "Bride of Frankenstein".
  • He starred in the original Broadway production of Edward Wooll's "Libel", in 1935, in the role that Dirk Bogarde played decades later in the film version.
  • Footage of him from Frankenstein was featured in a 2003 episode of "Enterprise" (2001) entitled "Horizon."
  • (1933) Stage Play: The Lake. Drama. Written by Dorothy Massingham and Murray MacDonald. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Jed Harris. Martin Beck Theatre: 26 Dec 1933- Feb 1934 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Wendy Atkin (as "Dolly Braite"), Blanche Bates (as "Lena Surrege") [final Broadway role], Roberta Beatty ("marjorie Hervey"), Lucy Beaumont (as "Miss White"), Florence Britton (as "Miss Kurn") [Broadway debut], Edward Broadley (as "Stoker"), Reginald Carrington (as "Sir Philip Stanway"), Colin Clive (as "John Clayne"), Douglas Garden (as "Mr. Hemingway") [final Broadway role], James Grainger (as "Captain Hamilton"), Mary Heberden (as "Maude"), Katharine Hepburn (as "Stella Surrege"), Rosalind Ivan (as "Mrs. George"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Mrs. Hemingway"), Elliott Mason (as "Lady Kerton"), Vera Fuller Mellish (as "Anna George"), Esther Mitchell (as "Ethel"), Lionel Pape (as "Henry Surrege"), Constance Pellissier [credited as Constance Pelissier] (as "Lady Stanway"), Audrey Ridgwell (as "Jean Templeton"), Frances Starr (as "Mildred Surrege"), Philip Tonge (as "Stephen Braite"), Elizabeth Townsend (as "Miss Marie"), Geoffrey Wardwell (as "Cecil Hervey"), O.Z. Whitehead (as "Dennis Gourlay") [Broadway debut], J.P. Wilson (as "Williams"). Produced by Jed Harris.
  • (1929) He acted in RC Sherriff's play, "Journey's End," at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Maurice Evans, George Zucco, and Robert Speaight in the cast. John Whale was director. James Whale was setting designer.
  • Eight Bells (1933). Drama. Written by Percy S. Mandley. Scenic Design by Cleon Throckmorton. Directed by Frank Gregory. Hudson Theatre: 28 Oct 1933- Nov 1933 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Harrison Brockbank (as "Ashworth"), Donald Bruce (as "Yetts"), John Buckler (as "Ormrod"), Colin Clive (as "Dale"), Paul Dietz (as "Volotsky"), Walter Dressel (as "Oscar"), John Fraser (as "Rastello"), Rose Hobart (as "Marjorie"), David Hughes (as "Snider"), Richard Hughes (as "Schill "), Alfred Kappeler (as "Carl"), Wayne Nunn (as "Pancho"), S.B. Pink (as "Nalo"), Sig Ruman (as "Gerhardt"), Joseph Singer (as "Klotz), Philip Tonge (as "Collister"), 'Henry Von Zynda' (as "Zimmerman"), Eric West (as "Pedro"). Produced by A.C. Blumenthal. Note: Purchased by Columbia Pictures and filmed as Eight Bells (1935), starring Ralph Bellamy.
  • (1925) He acted in Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart's musical, "Rose Marie," at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Edith Day, Derek Oldham, Nelson Keys, and Clarice Hardwicke in the cast.
  • (June 1930 - September 1930) He acted in Ferenc Molnar's play, "The Swan," at the St. James's Theatre in London, England with Edna Best, Herbert Marshall, Henrietta Watson, Margaret Watson, Basil Loder, and Irene Vanbrugh in the cast.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Overture. Drama. Written by William Bolitho. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Stage Manager: Royal C. Stout. Assistant Stage Mgr: Anthony Pawley. Longacre Theatre: 5 Dec 1930- Jan 1931 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Lois Arnold (as "Mrs. Lopper"), Frederick Backus (as "Heiber"), George Bollmer (as "Attendant"), William Boren (as "Peter Hessel"), Lee Burgess (as "A Girl"), Maurice Cass (as "Doctor Levy"), Colin Clive (as "Karl Ritter"), Armand Cortes (as "Peters"), N.R. Cregan (as "Pepper, a miner"), William Foran (as "Thomas"), Richard Freeman (as "Felder"), J.P. Gould (as "Paul"), Daniel Hamilton (as "A Corporal"), John Hoyt [credited as John Hoysradt] (as "Lieutenant Hoffman"), Bjorn Koefoed (as "A Delegate/Chaplain"), Daniel Makarenko (as "Kraus"), Martin Malloy (as "Lindermann"), Pat O'Brien (as "Maxim"), Pacie Ripple (as "Jung"), Barbara Robbins (as "Katie Tauler"), Joseph Robison (as "Rubens, a blacksmith"), Frederick Roland (as "The Mayor"), Harry Selby (as "Another Corporal"), Royal C. Stout (as "Lieutenant of Police"), Ward Vernon (as "Hans"), Carlos Zizold (as "General Von Hoeffer"). Produced by Bela Blau Inc.

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