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(1908- 1949). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1908). Stage Play: The Girls of Gottenberg. Musical comedy. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Book by L.E. Berman and George Grossmith Jr. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Basil Hood. Featuring songs by W.T. Francis and Jerome Kern. Featuring songs with lyrics by George Grossmith Jr. and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics for "Clementine" by J.B. Loughrey. Lyrics for "Freda" by M. E. Rourke. Featuring "Here's to the Girl" by Will R. Anderson. Lyrics for "I Can't Say That You're the Only One" by C.H. Bovill. Lyrics for "Queenie (Was There) with Her Hair in a Braid" by John L. Hazzard. Orchestra under the direction of W.T. Francis. Directed by J.A.E. Malone. Knickerbocker Theatre: 2 Sep 1908- 28 Nov 1908 (103 performances). Cast: James Blakeley (as "Max Moddelkopf"), Ernest Cossart (as "Colonel Finkhausen/Blue Hussars"), Louise Dresser (as "Clementine, the Burgomaster's daughter"), Edward Garvie (as "Burgomaster"), John E. Hazzard (as "Brittbottl, Sergeant of Hussars"), Lionel MacKinder (as "Otto, Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim"), Wallace McCutcheon (as "Albrecht, Captain of Dragoons"), Warwick Wellington (as "Fritz/Blue Hussars"), Herman Brand (as "Private Schmidt/ Blue Hussars"), Louise Brunnelle (as "Katrina, the only girl in Rottenberg"), Ross Clifford (as "General the Margrave of Saxe-Nierstein"), Ridgwell Cullum (as "Franz/Blue Hussars"), M. Grant (as "Waiter"), Mabel Hollins (as "Minna, Captain of College"), Edith Kelly (as "Lucille, maid to Elsa"), Adelaide Kornau (as "Lina, head of the Borussia"), Sarony Lambert (as "Kannenbier, an innkeeper"), Mary Lee (as "Eva, head of the Saxonia Corps"), M. Leech (as "Waiter"), Guy Maingy (as "Corporal Riethen/Blue Hussars"), Molly McGrath (as "Anna, head of the Pomerania Corps"), Gertie Millar (as "Mitzi, the Innkeeper's daughter"), Overton Moyle (as "Herman/Blue Hussars"), Hazel Neason (as "Kathie"), R.R. Neill (as "Adolf, town clerk"), Clara Pitt (as "Freda, head of Alemannia Corps"), Grace Riopel (as "Hana"), Esther Robinson (as "Betti Berncastler, the Doctor's daughter"), Henry Vincent (as "Carl/Blue Hussars"), Ethel Vivian (as "Hilda"), Grace Walsh (as "Barbara Briefmark, the Postmaster's daughter"), Theodore Walters (as "Policeman"). Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1910). Stage Play: Mrs. Dot. Comedy. Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Lyceum Theatre: 24 Jan 1910- Mar 1910 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Mildred Barrett, Billie Burke (as "Mrs. Worthley"), Ernest Cossart (as "Mr. Rixon"), Annie Esmond (as "Lady Sellenger"), Basil Hallam (as "Freddie Perkins"), A. Lionel Hogarth (as "Charles"), Fred Kerr (as "James Blenkinsop"), Julian L'Estrange (as "Gerald Halstane"), Edgar J. MacGregor (as "Mr. Wright"), P.E. McCoy, Kate Meeks (as "Eliza Macgregor"), Annie Meredith. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1910). Stage Play: Love Among the Lions. Written by Winchell Smith. Directed by Winchell Smith. Garrick Theatre: 8 Aug 1910- Sep 1910 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: George T. Barber, May Blayney, Elsie Clarens, Ernest Cossart, Clarence Handyside, A.E. Matthews, John Miltern, Jane Oaker, Ivan Simpson, Ernest Stallard, Richard Sterling, Amy Sumers. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1911). Stage Play: The Zebra. Written by Paul M. Potter (from the French of Marcel Nancey and Paul Armont). Garrick Theatre: 13 Feb 1911- Mar 1911 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Alexander Clarke, Ernest Cossart, Lawrence D'Orsay, Irene Fenwick, Henry Hall, John Harrington, Alfred Hudson, Wilhemina Lewis, Richie Ling, Reginald Mason, Vera McCord, Adelaide Nowak, Hamilton Revelle. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1912). Stage Play: The Typhoon. Drama. Written by Emil Nyitray and Byron Ongley from a Hungarian work by Menyart Lengyel. Fulton Theatre (moved to The Hudson Theatre on 22 Apr 1912 to close): 11 Mar 1912- Jun 1912 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Harry Bennett, Henry Bergman, Andrew Buckley, Ernest Cossart, Kenneth S. Davidson, Harold De Becker, Christopher Losch, Frank Nelson, Florence Reed, Richard Sherman, Carl H. Vose, Walker Whiteside (also producer), Malcolm Williams, Joseph Woodburn, Stephen Wright.

(1914). Stage Play: Marrying Money. Written by Washington Pezet and Bertram Marburgh. Princess Theatre: 18 Mar 1914- Apr 1914 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Argyle Campbell, Nan Campbell, Ernest Cossart, Juliette Day, Alfred De Ball, Will Deming, Edward Emery, George Gaston, Mary Harper, Amelia Mayborn, Jessaline Rogers, William Roselle, Calvin Thomas, Stanhope Wheatcroft. Produced by J.J. Shubert and Lee Shubert.

(1915). Stage Play: Androcles and the Lion. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Wallack's Theatre: 27 Jan 1915- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Eric Blind, Horace Braham, Lionel Braham, Cecil Cameron, Kate Carlyon, Ernest Cossart (as "Centurian"), Walter Creighton, Phil Dwyer (as "Lion"), Gerald Hamer, O.P. Heggie as "Androcles"), Edgar Kent, Wright Kramer, Arnold Lucy, Ian Maclaren, Hugh MacRae, Lillah McCarthy. Produced by Harley Granville-Barker.

(1915). Stage Play: The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife. Written by Anatole France. Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Wallack's Theatre: 27 Jan 1915- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Edmund Banks, Ruby Blythe, Horace Braham, Lionel Braham, Cecil Cameron, George Carr, Ernest Cossart, Gerald Hamer, O.P. Heggie, Isabel Jeans, Edgar Kent, Eva Leonard Boyne, Manice Lewis, Arnold Lucy, Lillah McCarthy, Hugh McRae. Produced by Harley Granville-Barker.

(1915). Stage Play: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Harley Granville-Barker. Wallack's Theatre: 16 Feb 1915- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Mary Barton (as "Hippolyta"), Eric Blind (as "Theseus"), Horace Braham (as "Oberon"), Lionel Braham (as "Tom Snout, A tinker"), Cecil Cameron (as "Puck/Robin Goodfellow"), George Carr (as "Snug, A joiner"), Ernest Cossart (as "Nick Bottom, A weaver"), Valerie Cossart (as "Cobweb"), Walter Creighton (as "Lysander"), Gerald Hamer (as "Francis Flute, A bellows-mender"), O.P. Heggie (as "Peter Quince, A carpenter"), Isabel Jeans (as "Titania"), Edgar Kent (as "Egeus"), Bertha Kirstein (as "Mustardseed"), Wright Kramer (as "Philostrate"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Hermia, Daughter of Egeus"), Arnold Lucy (as "Robin Starveling, A tailor"), Ian Maclaren (as "Demetrius"), Lillah McCarthy (as "Helena"), Arthur Oppenheim (as "Moth"), Audrey Ridgewell (as "Peaseblossom"), Edward Roberts (as "Fairy").

(1915). Stage Play: The Doctor's Dilemma. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Wallack's Theatre: 26 Mar 1915- unknown (closing date unknown/unknown performances). Cast: Lionel Braham (as "Sir Patrick Cullen"), Kate Carlyon, George Carr, Ernest Cossart (as "The Newspaper Man"), Reynolds Evans (as "Redpenny"), Walter Geer, Nicholas Hannen, O.P. Heggie (as "Sir Ralph Bloomfield Bonington"), Edgar Kent, Wright Kramer, Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Minnie Tinwell"), Arnold Lucy (as "Mr. Cutler Walpole"), Ian Maclaren (as "Sir Colenson Ridgeon"), Lillah McCarthy.

(1915). Stage Play: Sherman Was Right. Written by Frank Mandel. Fulton Theatre: 26 Oct 1915- Nov 1915 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Martin Alsop, Ernest Cossart, Dorothy Dorr, Frank Gerbach, Hale Hamilton, Ben Hendricks, Georgie Lawrence, Jean Shelby, Sam Sidman, Regina Wallace [Broadway debut], Suzanne Willa. Produced by H.H. Frazee.

(1920). Stage Play: The Skin Game. Comedy/tragedy. Written by John Galsworthy. Directed by Basil Dean [earliest Broadway credit]. Bijou Theatre: 20 Oct 1920- Mar 1921 (closing date unknown/176 performances). Cast: Marsh Allen (as "Mr. Hillcrist"), Tracy Barrow, Arthur Bowyer (as "Dawker"), Robertson Braine, Lillian Brennard, Cynthia Brooke, Ernest Cossart (as "An Auctioneer"), Shirley Gale, Douglas Garden, N. St. Clair Hales, Herbert Lomas, Joan MacLean, Horace Pollock, H. Ashton Tonge [credited as Ashton Tonge], Josephine Victor. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1921). Stage Play: The Title. Satire. Written by Arnold Bennett. Directed by Lumsden Hare. Belmont Theatre: 14 Nov 1921- Nov 1921 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Agnes Atherton, Ernest Cossart (as "Sampson Straight"), Shiela Courtenay, Lumsden Hare (as "Mr. Culver"), Robert Harrigan, Selene Johnson, Emily Lorraine, Noel Tearle. Produced by Richard G. Herndon.

(1922). Stage Play: He Who Gets Slapped. Tragedy. Written by Leonid Andreyev, as adapted by Gregory Zillboorg. Directed by Robert Milton. Garrick Theatre: 9 Jan 1922- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/182 performances). Cast: Martha Bruan-Allen, Luigi Belastro, Richard Bennett, John Blair, Louis Calvert (as "Baron Regnard"), Charles Cheltenham, Joan Clements, Richard Coolidge, Ernest Cossart (as "Briquet"), Sara Enright, Margalo Gillmore (as "Consuelo"), Oliver Grymes, Kenneth Lawton, Philip Leigh (as "Tilly"), Philip Loeb (as "Pierre"), Frank Reicher (as "Mancini"), Jack Rutherford (as"Alfred Bezano"), Frances Ryan, Francis G. Sadtler, Helen Sheridan, Adele St. Mauer, Edgar Stehli, Sears Taylor, Vera Tomkins, Anne Tonerri, Henry Travers, Dante Voltaire, Marguerite Wernimont, Helen Westley, Renée Wilde, Kathryn Wilson, Edwin R. Wolfe. Produced by The Theatre Guild. Note: Significant as the first work purchased by the newly formed Metro-Goldwyn Pictures and later produced as a Lon Chaney vehicle. Notes: (1) Significant as the first work purchased for newly formed Metro-Goldwyn [later Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). (2) Filmed Metro Goldwyn Pictures as He Who Gets Slapped (1924).

(1922). Stage Play: From Morn to Midnight. Comedy/tragedy. Written by Georg Kaiser, as translated by Ashley Dukes. Directed by Frank Reicher (also appearing as "The Cashier"). Garrick Theatre: 14 May 1922- Unknown (24 performances). Cast included: Joan Clement, Julia Cobb, Ernest Cossart (as "A Stout Gentleman"), William Crowell, Charles Ellis, Allyn Joslyn (as "A Muffled Gentleman"), Philip Leigh, Henry Travers, Helen Westley, Kathryn Wilson.

(1922). Stage Play: Six Characters in Search of an Author. Comedy. Written by Luigi Pirandello. Directed by Brock Pemberton. Princess Theatre: 30 Oct 1922- Feb 1923 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: Jack Amory, Katherine Atkinson, Ashley Buck, Elliot Cabot, Ernest Cossart (as "The Manager"), Florence Eldridge, Ida Fitzhugh (as "Mme. Pace"), Dwight Frye (as "The Son"), Blanche Gervais, Kathleen Graham, William T. Hays, Fred House, Moffat Johnston (as "The Father"), Leona Keefer, Constance Lusby, Russell Morrison, John Saunders, Maud Sinclair, Eleanor Woodruff (as "The Leading Lady"), Margaret Wycherly. Produced by Brock Pemberton.

(1923). Stage Play: The Love Habit. Farce. Written by Gladys Unger. Directed by Brock Pemberton. Bijou Theatre: 14 Mar 1923- May 1923 (closing date unknown/69 performances). Cast: Ernest Cossart (as "Gustave Morand"), Florence Eldridge (as "Nadine Morand"), Dwight Frye (as "Max Duvelleroy"), Mary Kennedy, Fania Marinoff, James Rennie. Produced by Brock Pemberton.

(1923). Stage Play: Casanova. Drama. Incidental music by Deems Taylor. Written by Lorenzo De Azertis. Translated by Sidney Howard. Empire Theatre: 26 Sep 1923- Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/77 performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews (as "The Innkeeper"), Ralph Belmont (as "A Lieutenant"), Beatrice Belreva (as "Columbine"), Victor Benoit (as "Monsieur Dubois"), George Blackmore (as "A Roman Soldier"), Horace Braham (as "The Abbe Bernis"), Nellie Burt (as "Manon"), Katharine Cornell (as "Henriette"), Ernest Cossart (as "Leduc"), Dinarzade (as "Giulietta"), Doris (as "A Guitar Player"), Mary Ellis (as "The Dancer from Milan"), Harry Fielding (as "A Fat Man"), David Glassford (as "Monsieur Antoine"), Harold Hartsell (as "A Banker in Cesena"), Shelia Hayes (as "Rose"), Horace Healy (as "A Gentleman in Black"), Herbert James (as "Battista"), Jacob Kingsbury [credited as Jacob Kingsberry] (as "Second Postillion"), Edward Le Hay (as "An Innkeeper"), B.N. Lewin (as "Manzoni"), Mario Majeroni (as "Captain Michael Echedy"), William Marr (as "A Gambler"), Frank Newcomb (as "Third Postillion"), Gypsy O'Brien (as "The Beautiful Governess"), James T. Powers (as "First Postillion"), Harry Redding (as "A Gambler"), George Royle (as "Pulcinella"), Lowell Sherman (as "Giacomo Casanova/Chevalier de Seingalt"), Edward F. Snow (as "Second Archer"), Walter Soderling (as "A Waiter"), Charles Vincent (as "Fourth Postillion"), Judith Vosselli (as "The Courtesan"), J.C. Wallace First Archer"), Philip Wood (as "Alfani-Celli"). Produced by A.H. Woods and Gilbert Miller.

(1923). Stage Play: Saint Joan. Drama. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Garrick Theatre: 28 Dec 1923- May 1924 (closing date unknown/195 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton, Seth Baldwin, Albert Bruning (as "The Archbishop of Rheims"), Walton Butterfield, Morris Carnovsky, Maurice Colbourne, Ernest Cossart (as "Robert de Baudricourt, Squire of Vaucouleurs/A Gentleman"), William M. Griffith, Philip Leigh, Winifred Lenihan, Joseph Macauley, Ian Maclaren, Jo Mielziner (as "Court Page"), Henry Travers (as "Chaplain de Stogumber"), James Norris, Elizabeth Pearre, Albert Perry (as "Cannon John D'Estivet"), Frank Tweed, A.H. Van Buren (as "The Earl of Warwick"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1924). Stage Play: Six Characters in Search of an Author. Comedy. Written by Luigi Pirandello. Directed by Brock Pemberton. 44th Street Theatre: 6 Feb 1922- Feb 1924 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Produced by Brock Pemberton.

(1924). Stage Play: The Steam Roller. Comedy. As "Dr. Fun Gow."

(1924). Stage Play: Candida. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Dudley Digges. 48th Street Theatre: 12 Dec 1924- Apr 1925 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast: Richard Bird, Katharine Cornell, Ernest Cossart, Pedro de Cordoba, Clare Eames, Gerald Hamer. Produced by The Actor's Theatre.

(1925). Stage Play: Arms and the Man. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 14 Sep 1925- Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/180 performances). Cast: Ernest Cossart (as "Major Paul Petkoff"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Major Sergius Saranoff"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Raina Petkoff"), Stella Larrimore (as "Louka"), Alfred Lunt (as "Captain Bluntschli"), Maurice McRae (as "Russian Officer"), Henry Travers (as "Nicola"), Jane Wheatley. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1926). Stage Play: The Chief Thing. Comedy/drama. Written by Nikolai Evreinov. Translated by Leo Randole and Herman Bernstein. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 22 Mar 1926- Apr 1926 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Donald Angus, Patricia Barron, Alice Belmore (as "Landlady in a Rooming House"), Romney Brent (as "Petronius"), Harold Clurman (as "Nero"), Peggy Conway, Ernest Cossart (as "A Comedian"), C. Stafford Dickens, Dwight Frye (as "A Student"), William Griffith, Hildegard Holliday, House Baker Jameson, Kate Lawson, Edith Meiser, Esther Mitchell, McKay Morris, Edward G. Robinson (as "A Stage Director"), Lee Strasberg (as "A Prompter"), Willard Tobias (as "A Slave"), Henry Travers (as "A Retired Government Clerk"), Mary True, Helen Westley (as "A School Teacher"), Estelle Winwood (as "A Dancer"), Stanley G. Wood. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1926). Stage Play: Loose Ankles. Written by Sam Janney. Directed by Brock Pemberton. Biltmore Theare: 16 Aug 1926- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/168 performances). Cast: George W. Barnier, Charles D. Brown, Moon Carroll (as "Ethel"), Kathleen Comegys, Robert Lucius Cook, Jeanne De Me, Barbara Gray, Fred House, Carlotta Irwin, Kenneth Lawton, Frank Lyon, Ethel Martin, Osgood Perkins, Lavinia Shannon, Leonore Sorsby, Harold Vermilyea. Replacement actor: Ernest Cossart (as "Major Ainsworth Elling"). Produced by Brock Pemberton. Notes: (1) One of the biggest hits of the 1926 theatrical season. (2) Filmed by First National Pictures [Warner Bros.] twice, first as a silent, Ladies at Play (1926) and again as a talkie, Loose Ankles (1930).

(1926). Stage Play: What Never Dies. Comedy. Written by Alexander Engel, as translated by Ernest Boyd. Directed and produced by David Belasco. Lyceum Theatre: 28 Dec 1926- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast included: France Bendtsen, Betty Brenska, Ernest Cossart (as "Benedict"), Clara Cubitt, Rose Farrell, Carolyn Ferriday, Rosalinde Fuller, Campbell Gullan, Moffat Johnston, Guido Nadzo, Santos Ortega, Eleanor Shaw, E.H. Sothern, Hilda Spong, Katherine Standing, Margaret Knapp Waller, Haidee Wright.

(1927). Stage Play: The Doctor's Dilemma (Revival).

(1928). Stage Play: Marco Millions. Comedy. Written by Eugene O'Neill. Incidental music by Emerson Whithorne. Musical Director: Max Weiser. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Guild Theatre: 9 Jan 1928- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/92 performances). Cast: Marochka Anisfeld (as "Chorus"), Mary Arbenz (as "Chorus"), Mary Bell (as "Chorus"), Mary Blair, Natalie Browning, Morris Carnovsky (as "Tedaldo Ghazan, Khan of Persia"), Ernest Cossart (as "Maffeo"), George Cotton, Graham Dale, John C. Davis, Dudley Digges, William Edmonson (as "Chorus"), John Franklin, Eugene Gevsont, Margalo Gillmore, John Henry, Felix Jacoves (as "Chorus"), Louisa James (as "Chorus"), Max Leavitt, Philip Leigh, George Lester (as "Chorus"), Bruce Logan (as "Chorus"), Alfred Lunt (as "Marco Polo"), Sanford Meisner, McKay Morris (as "Kublai, the Great Kaan"), Leonard Perry (as "Chorus"), Billie Ruddell (as "Chorus"), Mark Schweid (as "Magian Traveller/Older Ali Brother/A Confucian Priest"), Lucian Scott (as "Chorus"), Vincent Sherman (as "Chorus") [Broadway debut], Henry Travers (as "Nicolo"), Albert Dekker [credited as Albert Van Dekker] (as "A Dominican Monk/Emissary from Kublai/A Mahometan Captain of Ghazan's Army"), Louis Veda (as "Buddhist Traveller/One Ali/A Taoist Priest"), Harry Wise (as "Chorus"), Beryl Wright (as "Chorus"). Produced by the Theatre Guild.

(1928). Stage Play: Volpone. Comedy. Written by Ben Jonson. Translation by Ruth Langner. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 9 Apr 1928- May 1928 (closing date unknown/46 performances). As "Corvino." Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1928). Stage Play: Caprice. Written by Sil-Vara. Adaptation and direction by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 31 Dec 1928- Jun 1929 (closing date unknown/186 performances). Cast: Lily Cahill, Ernest Cossart (as "The Doctor"), Lynn Fontanne, Geneva Harrison, Leonard Loan, Alfred Lunt, Douglass Montgomery, Caroline Newcomb. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1929). Stage Play: Becky Sharp. Comedy (revival). As "Joseph Sedley."

(1930). Stage Play: The Apple Cart. Comedy. As "Bill Boanerges."

(1930). Stage Play: Milestones. Comedy. As "Ned Pym."

(1931). Stage Play: Getting Married. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 30 Mar 1931- May 1931 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Romney Brent (as "Cecil Sykes"), Hugh Buckler (as "Reginald Bridgenorth"), Ernest Cossart (as "The General"), Peg Entwistle (as "Edith Bridgenorth"), Dorothy Gish (as "Leo"), Irby Marshall (as "Lesbia Grantham"), Reginald Mason (as "The Bishop"), Ralph Roeder (as "Oliver Cromwell Soames/Anthony"), Hugh Sinclair (as "St. John Hotchkiss"), Oscar Stirling (as "The Beadle"), Henry Travers (as "William Collins"), Helen Westley (as "Mrs. George Collins"), Margaret Wycherly (as "Mrs. Bridgenorth"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1931). Stage Play: The Way of the World. Comedy (revival). Written by William Congreve. Directed by B. Iden Payne. Guild Theatre: 1 Jun 1931- 8 Jun 1931 (8 performances). Cast: Fay Bainter (as "Mrs. Millamant"), Eliot Cabot, Alan Campbell, Ernest Cossart (as "Sir Wilfull Whitwoud"), Alice Fischer, Gerald Hamer (as "Witwoud"), Walter Hampden (as "Mirabell"), Sheelagh Hayes, Moffat Johnston (as "Petulant"), Ben Lackland (as "A Messenger"), Gene Lockhart (as "Waitwell"), Kathleen Lockhart (as "Foible"), Charles McCarthy, Mary McCoy, Samuel Merwin, Paul Parks, William S. Rainey, Erna Rowan, Selena Royle (as "Mrs. Fainall"), Dorothy Stickney (as "Mincing"), Cora Witherspoon (as "Mrs. Marwood"). Produced by The Players Club.

(1931). Stage Play: The Roof. Drama. Written by John Galsworthy. Directed and produced by Charles Hopkins. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 30 Oct 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Hajop Boyajian, Ralph Cataly, Blade Stanhope Conway, Ernest Cossart (as "Mr. Beeton"), Jaques C. Dancy, Austin Fairman (as "Baker"), Anne Forrest, Charlotte Granville (as "Mrs. Beeton"), Henry Hull (as "A Young Man"), Vernon Kelso, Edouard La Roche, Helen Rowland, Selena Royle (as "A Nurse"), William Sauter, Vernon Steele, Frances Tannehill, Charlotte Walker.

(1932). Stage Play: The Devil Passes. Comedy. Written by Benn W. Levy. Directed by Benn W. Levy. Selwyn Theatre: 4 Jan 1932- Mar 1932 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Eric Blore, Gwen Day Burroughs, Arthur Byron, Ernest Cossart (as "Louis Kisch"), Cecilia Loftus, Robert Loraine (as "Red. Herbert Messiter"), Mary Nash, Basil Rathbone (as "Rev. Nicholas Lucy"), Ernest Thesiger, Diana Wynyard. Produced by Archibald Selwyn.

(1932). Stage Play: Too Good to Be True. Comedy. Guild Theatre: 4 Apr 1932- May 1932 (closing date unknown/57 performances). Cast: Leo G. Carroll, Alexander Clark Jr., Ernest Cossart (as "Col. Tallboys"), Julius Evans, Minna Phillips, Claude Rains, Frank Shannon, Hugh Sinclair, Hope Williams.

(1933). Stage Play: The Mask and the Face. Comedy (revival). Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 8 May 1933-Jun 1933 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson, Humphrey Bogart, Shirley Booth, Charles Campbell, Leo G. Carroll, Ernest Cossart (as "Marco Milotti"), Manart Kippen, William Lovejoy, Joan Marion, Donald McClelland, Dorothy Patten, Alice Reinhart, Stanley Ridges. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1933). Stage Play: Mary of Scotland. Historical drama. Alvin Theatre: 27 Nov 1933- Jul 1934 (closing date unknown/248 performances). As "Lord Throgmorton."

(1934). Stage Play: Accent on Youth. Comedy. Written by Samson Raphaelson. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Benn W. Levy. Plymouth Theatre: 25 Dec 1934- 6 Jul 1935 (229 performances). Cast: William Carpenter (as "Chuck"), Ernest Cossart (as "Flogdell"), Constance Cummings (as "Linda Brown"), Nicholas Hannen (as "Steven Gaye"), Eleanor Hicks (as "Miss Darling"), Ernest Lawford (as "Frank Galloway"), Al. Moore, Theodore Newton (as "Dickie Reynolds"), Irene Purcell (as "Genevieve Lang"). Produced by Crosby Gaige.

(1937). Stage Play: Madame Bovary (Revival). Written by Benn W. Levy. Based on the novel by Gustave Flaubert. Directed by Lee Simonson. Broadhurst Theatre: 15 Nov 1937- Dec 1937 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Alice Belmore, Ernest Cossart (as "Homais"), Valerie Cossart, Constance Cummings, Arthur Griffin, Hazel Hanna, Carl Harbord, Eda Heinemann, Maurice Manson, John O'Connor, Eric Portman, Viola Roache, Ernest Thesiger, Harold Vermilyea, Robert Vivian, O.Z. Whitehead. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1948). Stage Play: The Play's the Thing. Comedy (revival). Written by Ferenc Molnár. Adaptation by P.G. Wodehouse. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Booth Theatre: 28 Apr 1948- 18 Dec 1948 (244 performances). Cast: Louis Calhern, Ernest Cossart (as "Mansky"), Faye Emerson, Arthur Margetson, Claud Allister, Francis Compton, Richard Hylton, Ted Paterson, Fred Wentler. Produced by by Gilbert Miller.

(1949). Stage Play: The Ivy Green. Written by Mervyn Nelson. Directed by Roy Hargrave and Richard Barr. Lyceum Theatre: 5 Apr 1949- 9 Apr 1949 (7 performances). Cast: Leta Bonynge (as "Maria Beadnell"), Oliver Cliff (as "Daniel MacLise"), Ernest Cossart (as "John Dickens") [final Broadway role], June Dayton (as "Ellen Ternan"), Judith Evelyn (as "Catherine Dickens"), Hurd Hatfield (as "John Forster"), Barnard Hughes (as "Martin"), Carmen Mathews (as "Georgina Hogarth"), Dan O'Herlihy (as "Charles Dickens"), Neva Patterson (as "Baroness Angela Burdette-Coutts"), Joy Reese (as "Mary Hogarth"), Mary Lou Taylor (as "Harriet"), Donald White (as "Charles Dickens, Jr."), Ruth White (as "Martha Tripham"). Produced by Hall Shelton.

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