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  • (1901 - 1936) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Messenger Boy. Musical comedy. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Book by James T. Tanner and Alfred Murray. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk. Additional music by T.W. Conner, Paul Rubens and Bert Brantford. Additional lyrics by T.W. Conner, Paul Rubens, James T. Powers, Leslie Mayne and Harry Boden. Scenic Design by Joseph Harker and T.E. Ryan. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Daly's Theatre: 16 Sep 1901- 4 Jan 1902 (128 performances). Cast: Agnes Blake (as "Wadleigh Chorus"), Rachel Booth (as "Rosa"), Georgia Caine (as "Nora"), Helen Chichester (as "Dorothy Majoribanks"), Armand Cortes (as "Dedong") [Broadway debut], Harold C. Crane (as "Lord Punchestown"), Leonora Crum (as "Chorus"), Herbert Darley (as "Mr. Trotter/Purser"), George De Long (as "Comte de Fleury"), Miss Fanchonette (as "Pepita"), Tom Hadaway (as "Professor Phunckwitz"), George Heath (as "Mr. Tudor Pyke"), George Honey (as "Hooker Pasha"), Jobyna Howland (as "Lord Punchestown), Bertha Hunter (as "Chorus"), Harry Kelly (as "Captain Pott"), John P. Kennedy (as "Captain Naylor"), Caroline Locke (as "Chorus"), Sally McNeil (as "Chorus"), Louise Murry (as "Chorus"), Paul Nicholson (as "Cosmos Bey"), John B. Park (as "Clive Radnor"), James T. Powers (as "Tommy Bang"), George Pullman (as "Chorus"), Florence Redmond (as "Chorus"), May Robson (as "Mrs. Bang"), Abner Seymour (as "Chorus"), J.W. Styles (as "Chorus"), Hattie Waters (as "Lady Winifred"), Agnes Wayburn (as "Cecilia Gower"), Dene Woodruff (as "Chorus"), Flora Zabelle (as "Isabel Blyth"). Produced by Sam Nixon and J. Fred Zimmerman.
  • (1905) Stage Play: The Rollicking Girl. Comedy. Music by William T. Francis. Book by Sydney Rosenfeld. Lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld. Adapted from an earlier libretto for "A Dangerous Maid" by Sydney Rosenfeld. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Additional lyrics by Ed Moran, Charles Noel Douglass, Paul West, Dave Reed Jr., Vernon Roy, Julius Steger, Clare Kummer and John W. Bratton. Additional music by Clare Kummer, W. Alletter, Edmund Eysler, Seymour Furth, Ernest R. Ball and John W. Bratton. Directed by Ben Teal. Herald Square Theatre (until 14 Oct 1905 then moved to The New York Theatre on 16 Apr 1906- close): 1 May 1905- May 1906 (closing date unknown/199 performances). Cast: Aimee Angeles, Belle Ashlyn, Sam Bernard, Armand Cortes (as "Henri"), Joseph Coyne, Sidney De Grey, Thelma Fair, Harry Fairleigh, A.W. Fleming, Edna Goodrich, Flossie Hope, George Howard, Marie Keller, Phyllis La Fond, Gertie Moyer, Eugene O'Brien, George Odell, Flora Prince, Harry Sammis, Virginia Staunton, Esther Tittell, Hattie Williams. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer. Musical comedy. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Book by Harry B. Smith. Music by Ludwig Englander. Interpolated songs by Paul West, William Jerome, Jean Schwartz, Kenneth S. Clark and Jerome Kern. Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk. Directed by Ben Teal. Wallack's Theatre: 22 Oct 1906- 30 Mar 1907 (187 performances). Cast: Percy Ames (as "Hon. Percy Vere"), Ivar Anderson (as "Ned Brandon"), Josephine Angela (as "Lady Benedict"), John Ardizone (as "Chorus"), Sam Bernard (as "Mr. Hoggenheimer"), Carrie Bowman (as "Violet Moss"), Charles Burrows (as "First Customs Inspector"), Georgia Caine (as "Flora Fair"), Armand Cortes (as "Alacarte"), D. dePont (as "Footman"), Marion Garson (as "Amy Leigh"), Jane Hall (as "Lady Deadbroke"), Edna Hixon (as "Hon. Maud Guest"), Flossie Hope (as "Tom Brown"), Kathryn Hutchinson (as "Lady Mildred Vane"), Rae Irvin (as "Hon. Dolly Berresford"), William Jarrat (as "Policeman"), Milo Joyce (as "Perkins"), Charles Kenyon (as "Hon. Reggie Gordon"), Josephine Kirkwood (as "Mrs. Hoggenheimer"), A.G. Krantz (as "Lord Tyrone"), Victor Le Roy (as "Carl Wagner"), Eugene Maurice (as "Head Waiter"), Molly McGrath (as "Lady Doughmore"), Helen Morrison (as "The Duchess of Bedlam"), Edwin Nicander (as "Guy"), Chris O'Hara (as "Carl Wagner"), Mattie Rivenberg (as "The Countess of Farnham"), Lillian Seville (as "Sara Land"), William Sleck (as "Williams"), Grace Walsh (as "Marie"), Edith Whitney (as "Miss Wadsworth"), Dwight Williams (as "Lord Bantam"), Arthur Wood (as "Second Customs Inspector"). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1908) Stage Play: Toddles. Written by Clyde Fitch. Based on the French of Tristan Bernard and Andre Godfernaux. Directed by William Seymour and Clyde Fitch. Garrick Theatre: 16 Mar 1908- Mar 1908 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Hylton Allen, John Barrymore, J. Browning, J.T. Chaillee, Armand Cortes, J.R. Crauford, Arthur Elliott, Pauline Frederick, Jeffreys Lewis, Harry Lillford, Frederick Lyon, Sadie Martinot, Louis Massen, Isabel Richards, Virginia Smith, Olive Temple, Charles Walcott, Oswald Yorke. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1908) Stage Play: The Prima Donna.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Mima.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Other Men's Wives. Comedy. Written by Walter C. Hackett. Directed by Edgar Selwyn. Times Square Theatre: 12 Nov 1929- Dec 1929 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Percy Ames (as "Reginald De Brett"), Walter Armin (as "Gendarme"), Armand Cortes (as "Maitre D'Hotel"), Claiborne Foster (as "The Maid"), Dorothy Hall, Hugh Sinclair (as "Anthony Peel"), John G. Spacey, Harvey Stephens (as "Sam Worthing"). Produced by Edgar Selwyn.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Seven. Drama. Written by Frank J. Collins. Directed by Lionel Atwill. Theatre Republic: 27 Dec 1929- Jan 1930 (closing date unknown/35 performances). Cast: Suzanne Caubaye (as "La Comtesse de Villette"), Del Cleveland (as "Carroll"), Armand Cortes (as "Charlerois"), Alan Davis (as "Griffin"), Tom Douglas (as "Huston"), Preston Foster (as "Saunders"), Helene Gunther (as "Liane"), George Lessey (as "Colonel Bayne"), Millard Mitchell [credited as Millard F. Mitchell] (as "Jake"), Beverly Sitgreaves (as "Heloise"), Robert Strange (as "Captain Otis"). Produced by James Cooper.
  • (1930) Stage Play: The Plutocrat. Comedy. Written by Arthur F. Goodrich. Based on the novel by Booth Tarkington. Directed by Charles Coburn and Arthur F. Goodrich. Vanderbilt Theatre: 20 Feb 1930- May 1930 (closing date unknown/101 performances). Cast: John Brewster (as "Hyacinthe Momoro"), Fairfax Burger [credited as Fairfax Burgher] (as "Lawrence Ogle"), Suzanne Caubaye (as "Madame Momoro"), Charles Coburn (as "Earl Tinker") [credited as Charles Douville Coburn], Ivah Wills Coburn (as "Mrs. Tinker"), Armand Cortes (as "Cayzac"), Walter Edwin (as "Sir William Broadfeather"), Billy Fay (as "Doc Taylor"), Emily Graham (as "Olivia Tinker"), John Gray (as "A Waiter"), James La Curto (as "Prince Karno"), James Moore (as "Luigi"), Iseth Munro (as "Lady Broadfeather"), William R. Randall (as "Mr. Wackstle"), Theodore St. John (as "Albert Jones"), Lark Taylor (as "Mr. Weatherwright"). Produced by Charles Coburn and Mrs. Charles Coburn.
  • (1930) Stage Play: A Farewell to Arms. Drama. Written by Laurence Stallings. From the novel by Ernest Hemingway. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. National Theatre: 22 Sep 1930- Oct 1930 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Lieutenant Frederick Henry"), Ricardo Bengali (as "Medical Captain"), Antonio Berri, Alberto Calvo, Frank Coletti (as "Brundi"), Armand Cortes (as "Doctor"), Paul Cremonesi, C. Sager Czaja, Jules David, Hendryk De Paule, Ralph Desmond, Vati Don, Joseph Downing, Florence Earle, Frank Farrara, Albert Ferro, Albert Froom ]credited as Albert Froome] (as "Britisher"), John Genaro, Harold Huber (as "Officer of Carabinieri"), Joseph Kashioff, Helen Kim, Jack La Rue (as "Captain"), Elissa Landi (as "Catherine Barkley"), Carrie Lowe, Jane McKenzie, Dorothy Paule, Rene Roberti (as "Priest"), Joseph Scotti, Fritz Ulm, Louis Veda, Tino Valenti, Juan Villasana, Katherine Warren, Mortimer Weldon (as "Valentini"), Crane Wilbur (as "Rinaldi"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Overture. Drama.
  • (1934) Stage Play: The Wonder Bar. Comedy. Written by Irving Caesar and Aben Kandel. From the German of Geza Herczeg and Karl Farkas. Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Music by Robert Katscher. Additional lyrics by Manuel M. Ponce. Additional music by J. Peterburski and Manuel M. Ponce. Directed by William Mollison. Nora Bayes Theatre: 17 May 1931- 29 May 1931 (78 performances). Cast: Auguste Aramini, Roman Arnoldoff, Hugo Brucken, Stuart Casey, Medea Columbara, Armand Cortes (as "Pascal"), Henry Crosby, Michael Dalmatoff, Adriana Dori, Prince Nikolas Engalitcheff, Antonina Fechner, Clarence Harvey, Leo Hoyt, Marie Hunt, Mohammid Ibrahim, Al Jolson (as "Monsieur Al"), Patsy Kelly (as "Electra Pivonka"), Wanda Lyon, Jean Newcombe, Dagmar Oakland (as "Billie"), Rex O'Malley (as "Ramon Colmano"), Laura Pierpont, Gustave Rolland, Adrian Rosely, Al Siegal, Vernon Steele, Elvira Trabert, Arthur Treacher (as "Lord Cauldwell"), Trini, Bertha Walden, C. Jay Williams. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with Morris Gest.
  • (1935) Stage Play: First Lady. Comedy. Written by Katharine Dayton and George S. Kaufman. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre: 26 Nov 1935- Jun 1936 (closing date unknown/246 performances). Cast: Florenz Ames, Don Beddoe (as "Jason Fleming"), Leslie Bingham, Isis Brinn, Helen Brooks, Jessie Busley, Lily Cahill, Jane Cowl (as "Lucy Chase Wayne"), Armand Cortes (as "Senor Ortega") [final Broadway role], Frank Dae (as "George Mason"), Thomas Findlay, Ruth Hovey, Bradford Hunt, Naoe Kondo, Charles La Rue, Judson Laire, Donald McKenzie, Lillian Norton, Daniel Ocko, George Parsons, Diantha Pattison (as "Sophy"), Susan Powers, Stanley Ridges (as "Stephen Wayne"), Margherita Sargent, James Seeley, John M. Troughton, Rita Vale, Regina Wallace, Ethel Wilson, Hon. Wu, Oswald Yorke (as "Cater Hibbard"). Produced by Sam Harris.

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