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(1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Prince Charles de Vaucluse") in "Claur de Lune" on Broadway. Drama.

(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Fred Masters") in "The Woman on the Jury" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Bernard K. Burns [only Broadway credit]. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 15 Aug 1923-Oct 1923 (closing date unknown/77 performances). Cast: Elwood Fleet Bostwick (as "Emmet"), Mabel Colcord (as "Mrs. Pierce"), John Craig (as "Nellis"), Jules Ferrar (as "Baliff"), Adelaide Fitz-Allen (as "Miss Matilda Slade"), Florence Flinn (as "Grace Pierce"l final Broadway role), Thomas Hood (as "Clerk of Court"), Frieda Inescort (as "Marion Masters"), Stanley Jessup (as "Judge Davis"), Mary Newcombe (as "Betty Brown"), Wilson Reynolds (as "Garrity"), John Sharkey (as "James McGuire"), Bennett Southard (as "Tom Lewis"), Royal Tracy (as "Mr. Simons"), Harry Vokes (as "Otto Schmidt"; Broadway debut), Fleming Ward (as "George Wayne"). Produced by A.H. Woods. NOTE: Filmed as The Woman on the Jury (1924), The Love Racket (1929).

(1924) Stage: Appeared (as "Aubrey Tanqueray") in "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray" on Broadway (revival). Written by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. Cort Theatre: 27 Oct 1924-Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Ethel Barrymore (as "Paula"), J. Colvin Dunn (credited as J. Colville Dunn; as "Frank Misquith, Q.C.M.P"), Wallie Howe (credited as Walter Howe; as "Willis"), G.P. Huntley (as "Sir George Orreyed, Bart."), Margot Kelly (as "Lady Orreyed"), Lionel Pape (as "Cayley Drummle"), Edna Peckham (as "A Maid"), Helen Robbins (as "Ellean"), Geoffrey Savill (as "Capt. Hugh Ardale"), Harold Webster (as "Morse"), Jane Wheatley (as "Mrs. Cortelyon"), Mortimer White (as "Gordon Jayne, MD"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Lord Ivor Cream") in "Serena Blandish" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Morosco Theatre: 23 Jan 1929-Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Eileen Byron (as "A Marriageable Daughter"), Constance Collier (as "Countess Flor di Folio"), Tyrell Davis (as "Nikkie"), Clarence Derwent (as "Sigmund Traub"), Wallace Erskine (as "Sir Everard Pycheon"), Douglas Garden (as "Michael"), Ruth Gordon (as "Serena Blandish"), John Gray (as "A Bus Conductor"), Marion Grey (as "A Gushing Mama"), Julia Hoyt (as "A Lady of Refined Appearance"), Derex Hume (as "A Chauffeur"), Alice John (as "Mrs. Blandish"), A.E. Matthews (as "Martin"), Alfred Shirley (as "A Poet"), Hugh Sinclair (as "Edgar Malleson"), Juan Varro (as "A Musician"), Harold White (as "Head Waiter"). Produced by Jed Harris.

(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "George March") in "Heat Wave" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Roland Pertwee. Directed by Stanley Bell. Fulton Theatre: 17 Feb 1931-Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Hugh Buckler (as "James Weysmith"), Fred K. Chandrasakara (as "Club Servant"), William Cooray (as "Dawltry's Boy"), K.A. Fernando (as "Club Servant"), Frank Henderson (as "Everard"), Betty Lawford (as "Irene March"), Lionel Pape (as "Dr. Muir"), Hilda Plowright (as "Mrs. Weysmith"), Enid Raphael (as "Mameena"), Basil Rathbone (as "Hugh Dawltry"), Selena Royle (as "Philippa March"), W. Wana Singh (as "Bahadur"), Arthur Stenning (as "Duckworth"), Mackenzie Ward (as "Nicholas Fayne"). Produced by Stratford Productions, Ltd.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Collie Stratton") in "For Services Rendered" on Broadway. Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Booth Theatre: 12 Apr 1933-Apr 1933 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Jean Adair (as "Charlotte Ardsley"), Fay Bainter (as "Eva Ardsley"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Sydney Ardsley"), Lillian Kemble-Cooper (as "Ethel Bartlett"), David Glassford, Mabel Gore, Walter Kingsford (as "Wilfred Cedar"), Richie Ling (as "Leonard Ardsley"), Elisabeth Risdon (as "Gwen Cedar"), Percy Waram (as "Howard Bartlett"), Jane Wyatt (as "Lois Ardsley"). Produced by Sam Harris.

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Henry Abbott") in "Kind Lady" on Broadway. Drama. Book adapted by Edward Chodorov. Based on a story by Hugh Walpole. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Co-produced (w/George Haight / directed by H.C. Potter. Booth Theatre: 23 Apr 1935-29 Jun 1935 (82 performances). Cast: Florence Britton (as "Peter Santard"), Alan Bunce (as "Peter Santard"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Mr. Edwards"), Justine Chase (as "Ada"), Francis Compton (as "Mr. Foster"), Elfrida Derwent, Jules Epailly (as "Gustav Rosenberg"), Grace George (as "Mary Herries"), Irby Marshall (as "Lady Weston"), Marie Paxton, Alfred Rowe, Barbara Shields, Hope Winchester. Produced by H.C. Potter and George Haight. NOTE: Filmed as Kind Lady (1935), Kind Lady (1951), "Broadway Television Theatre: Kind Lady (#3.8)" (1953), "The Ford Theatre Hour: Kind Lady (#2.5)" (1949), _"ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {Kind Lady (#5.51)}_ (qvv)).

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Henry Abbott") in "Kind Lady" on Broadway. Drama [return engagement]. Written by Edward Chodorov. Adapted from a story by Hugh Walpole. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Co-produced (w/George Haight) / directed by H.C. Potter. Longacre Theatre: 9 Sep 1935-Sep 1935 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Florence Britton, 'Justine Chase' (qav), Francis Compton, Elfrida Derwent, Jules Epailly (as "Gustav Roseberg"), Grace George (as "Mary Herries"), Irby Marshall (as "Lady Weston"), Marie Paxton, Barbara Shields, Ralph Theodore, Ralph Urmy.

(1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Eilert Lovborg") in "Hedda Gabler" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Translated by Ethel B. Borden and Mary Cass Canfield. Directed produced by Luther Greene. Longacre Theatre: 29 Jan 1942-7 Feb 1942 (12 performances). Cast: Ralph Forbes (as "George Tesman"), Cecil Humphreys (as "Judge Brack"), Octavia Kenmore (as "Bertha"), Karen Morley (as "Thea Elvsted"), Katina Paxinou (as "Hedda Tesman"), Margaret Wycherly (as "Miss Julia Tesman").

(1943) Stage: Appeared (as "Matthew") in "Murder Without Crime" on Broadway. Written by J. Lee Thompson [only Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Cort Theatre: 18 Aug 1943-18 Sep 1943 (37 performances). Cast: Viola Keats (as "Jan"), Frances Tannehill (as "Grena"), Bretaigne Windust (as "Stephen"). Produced by John H. Del Bondio, Bretaigne Windust and Tom Weatherly.

(1943) Stage: Appeared in "Lovers and Friends" on Broadway.

(1946) Stage: Appeared in "The Winter's Tale" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Music by Anthony Bernard. Directed by Romney Brent (also in cast) and B. Iden Payne. Cort Theatre: 15 Jan 1946-16 Feb 1946 (39 performances). Cast: Charles Atkin, Victor Beecroft, Michael Bey, Buster Burnell, Maurice Cavell, Robert Duke, Denise Flynn, Charles A. Francis, Genevieve Frizell, Jennifer Howard, Philip Huston, Lionel Ince, Whitford Kane, Colin Keith-Johnston, Jessie Royce Landis, Frank Leslie, Lili Mann, Baldwin Mcgaw, Lucille Patton, David Powell, Jules Racine, Florence Reed, Kurt Richards, James Starbuck, Geraldine Stroock, Jo Van Fleet, Helen Wagner. Produced by Theatre Guild Shakespearean Company and Romney Brent

(1946) Stage: Appeared in "Lady Windermere's Fan" on Broadway. Comedy (revival).

(1947) Stage: Appeared in "The First Mrs. Fraser" on Broadway (revival).

(1950) Stage: Appeared in "The Cocktail Party" on Broadway. Drama.

(1953) Stage: Appeared (as "Henri Trochard") in "My 3 Angels" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Sam Spewack and Bella Spewack. Based on "La Cuisine des Anges" by Albert Husson. Directed by José Ferrer. Morosco Theatre: 11 Mar 1953-2 Jan 1954 (344 performances). Cast: Walter Slezak (as "Joseph"), Joan Chandler (as "Marie Louise Ducotel"), Jerome Cowan (as "Jules"), Carmen Mathews (as "Emilie Ducatel"), Robert Carroll (as "Paul"), Eric Fleming (as "Lieutenant"), Will Kuluva (as "Felix Ducotel"), Nan McFarland (as "Mme. Parole"), Darren McGavin (as "Alfred"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber, Rita Allen and Archie Thomson. NOTE: Filmed as _We're No Angels_(1955).

(1962) Stage: Appeared (as "Enoch Drury"; final Broadway role) in "Lord Pengo" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Suggested by "The Days of Duveen" by S.N. Behrman. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Royale Theatre: 19 Nov 1962-20 Apr 1963 (175 performances). Cast: Charles Boyer (as "Lord Pengo"), Brian Bedford (as "Derek Pengo"), Agnes Moorehead (as "Miss Swanson"), Reynolds Evans (as "Johnson"), Cliff Hall (as "Sylvester Schmitt"), Laurie Main (as "Filbert"), Lee Richardson (as "Wilfred Oliver"), Edmon Ryan (as "Walter Cannon Brink III"), Betty Sinclair (as "Lady Winfield"), Ruth White (as "Primrose Drury"). Produced by Paul Gregory and Amy Lynn. Produced in association with Jane Friedlander and Michael Parver.

(5/29/49) Radio: Appeared in "The Ambassadors" by Henry James on "NBC University Theater".

(1963) Print ad: Bacardi Wine.


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