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(1929) Stage: Directed "Rope's End" on Broadway (earliest Broadway credit). Melodrama. Written by Patrick Hamilton. Theatre Masque (moved to Maxine Elliott's Theatre from 2 Dec 1929 to 7 Dec 1929 then moved to The Theatre Masque from 9 Dec 1929 to close): 19 Sep 1929-14 Dec 1929 (100 performances). Cast: Ivan Brandt, Margaret Delamere, Hugh Dempster, Samuels Lysons, Ernest Milton, Nora Nicholson, Sebastian Shaw, John Trevor. Produced by Lee Shubert.

(1930). Stage Play: Josef Suss. Drama. Written by Ashley Dukes. Adapted from the novel "Power" by Lion Feuchtwanger. Directed by Reginald Denham. Erlanger's Theatre: 20 Jan 1930- Feb 1930 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Stanley Drewitt, J.C. Dunn, Victor Esker, Yolande Jackson, Malcolm Keen, Janet Morrison, Maurice Moscovitch, Horace Pollock, Cyril Raymond, Robert G. Rendel, H. McKenzie Rogan, Alexander Sarner, Maureen Shaw, Ralph Truman, Beyrl Walkly, Harold Webster, Vincent West. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Produced in association with J.C. Williamson.

(1930). Stage Play: Suspense. Melodrama. Written by Patrick MacGill. Directed by Reginald Denham. Fulton Theatre: 12 Aug 1930- Aug 1930 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: George Anderson, Seth Arnold (as "Lomax"), Alfred Ayre, Joseph Bodell, Charles Dalton, Reynolds Denniston, Charles Dill, William Evans, Jack Fifer, John Halloran, John O. Hewitt, Frank Horton, Burney Howard, Jack Morgan, Perry Norman, Lionel Pape (as "Capt. Wilson"), Herbert Ranson, Bernard Savage, Henry Vincent. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Produced by arrangement with Hutter & MacGregor of London.

(1940) Stage: Wrote (w/Edward Percy) / directed "Ladies in Retirement" on Broadway. Drama. Henry Miller's Theatre: 26 Mar 1940-3 Aug 1940 (151 performances). Cast: Evelyn Ankers (as "Lucy Gilham"), Florence Edney (as "Sister Theresa"), Isobel Elsom (as "Leonora Fiske"), Jessamine Newcombe, Patrick O'Moore, Flora Robson (as "Ellen Creed"), Estelle Winwood (as "Louisa Creed"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1940) Stage: Wrote (w/Edward Percy) "Suspect", produced on Broadway. Drama. Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard. Playhouse Theatre: 9 Apr 1940-4 May 1940 (31 performances). Cast: Wallis Clark (as "Dr. Rendle"), Robert DeBruce (as "The Rev. Alfred Combermere"), Grayce Hampton (as "Goudie MacIntyre"; final Broadway role), Barton Hepburn (as "Robert Smith"), Jane Lauren (as "Janet Rendle"), Pauline Lord (as "Mrs. Smith"), Mary Servoss (as "Lady Const"). Produced by Douglas MacLean and Arthur J. Beckhard.

(1940) Stage: Directed "Jupiter Laughs" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Dr. A.J. Cronin. Biltmore Theatre: 9 Sep 1940-28 Sep 1940 (24 performances). Cast: Carl Harbord, Charles Jordan, Alexander Knox (as "Dr. Paul Venner"), Reginald Mason, Edith Meiser, Esther Mitchell, Mary Orr (as "Jennie"), Nancy Sheridan, Jessica Tandy (as "Dr. Mary Murray"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Edgar Bragg"). Produced by Warner Brothers; produced under the management of Bernard Klawans.

(1947) Stage: Directed "Guest in the House" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Hagar Wilde and Dale Eunson. Based on the story by Katherine Albert. Plymouth Theatre: 24 Feb 1942-4 Jul 1942 (153 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman, Leon Ames (as "Douglas Proctor"), Mary Anderson, Richard Barbee, Walter Beck, J. Robert Breton, Louise Campbell, Katherine Emmet, Pert Kelton (as "Miriam Blake"), Hildred Price, William Prince, Joan Spencer, Oscar Sterling, Helen Stewart. Produced by Stephen Ames and Paul Ames.

(1942). Stage Play: Yesterday's Magic.

(1943). Stage Play: Nine Girls. Melodrama.

(1944). Stage Play: Wallflower. Comedy. Written by Mary Orr and Reginald Denham. Scenic Design by Samuel Leve. Costume Design by Bianca Stroock. Directed by Reginald Denham. Cort Theatre: 26 Jan 1944- 8 Jul 1944 (192 performances). Cast: Ann Dere (as "Mrs. Hennicut"), Kathryn Givney (as "Jessamine Linnet"), Walter Greaza (as "Andrew Linnet"), Michael King (as "Chet"), Vilma Kurer, Charles Laffin, Fred Irving Lewis (as "Wardwell James"), Joel Marson, James McMahon, Frank McNellis (as "Larry Oakleaf"), Sunnie O'Dea, Mary Orr (as "Ruth Hennicutt"), Leona Powers (as "Dixie James"), Kurt Richards, Mary Rolfe. Produced by Meyer Davis.

(1944) Stage: Directed "The Two Mrs. Carrolls" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Martin Vale. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Costume Design by Grace Houston. Booth Theatre: 14 Aug 1944-3 Feb 1945 (585 performances). Cast: Elisabeth Bergner (as "Sally"), Vera Allen (as "Harriet"), Stiano Braggiotti (as "Pennington"), Michelette Burani (as "Clemence"), Victor Jory (as "Geoffrey"), Margery Maude (as "Mrs. Latham"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Tuttle"), Irene Worth (as "Cecily Harden"). Produced by Robert Reud and Paul Czinner.

(1944). Stage Play: Dark Hammock. Melodrama.

(1945) Stage: Directed / wrote (w/Mary Orr) "Round Trip" on Broadway. Biltmore Theatre: 29 May 1945-2 Jun 1945 (7 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Edgar Albright"), Phyllis Brooks (as "Linda Marble"), Viola Dean (as "Hortense"), Angela Jaye, Patricia Kirkland, Paul Marlin, Edith Meiser, Edward J. Nugent (as "Clive Delafield"), Edward Rowley, Morton Stevens (as "Lloyd Wilde"), June Walker (as "Sarah Albright"), Robert Woodburn. Produced by Clifford Hayman.

(1946). Stage Play: A Joy Forever. Written by Vincent McConnor. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Directed by Reginald Denham. Biltmore Theatre: 7 Jan 1946- 19 Jan 1946 (16 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman (as "Mrs. Tillery"), Seth Arnold (as "Old Dan"), Rollin Bauer (as "Guard"), Charles Boaz (as "Model"), Loïs Bolton (as "Mrs. Danforth"), Joe Johnson (as "Wallace"), Nicholas Joy (as "Archer Barrington"), Guy Kibbee (as "Benjamin Vinnieum") [final Broadway role], Fred Knight (as "Delivery Man"), Ottilie Kruger (as "Constance Sherman"), Charles Laffin (as "Frith"), William Nunn (as "Young Dan") [final Broadway credit], Dorothy Sands (as "Tina"), Natalie Schafer (as "Allora Eames"), Lucian Self (as "Assistant Delivery Man"), Loring Smith (as "Harrison Eames"). Produced by Blevins Davis and Archie Thomson.

(1946) Stage: Directed "Obsession" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Louis Verneuil. Book adapted by Jane Hinton. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Adrian. Plymouth Theatre: 1 Oct 1946-26 Oct 1946 (31 performances). Cast: Eugenie Leontovich(as "Nadya"), Basil Rathbone (as "Maurice"). Produced by Homer Curran. Produced in association with Russell Lewis and Howard Young.

(1946) Stage: Directed "Temper the Wind" on Broadway. Written by Edward Mabley and Leonard Mims. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Costume Design by Anna Hill Johnstone. Playhouse Theatre: 27 Dec 1946-25 Jan 1947 (35 performances). Cast: Thomas Beck (as "Lt. Col. Richard Woodruff"), Herbert Berghof (as "Capt. Karel Palivec"), Martin Brandt (as "Heinrich Lindau"), Walter Greaza (as "Theodore Bruce"), Vilma Kurer (as "Elisabeth Jaeger"), Charlotte London (as "Trudi"), George Mathews (as "Cpl. Tom Hutchinson"), Albert Patterson (as "Lt. James Harris"), Reinhold Schünzel (as "Hugo Benckendorff"), Tonio Selwart (as "Erich Jaeger"), Michael Sivy (as "Lt. Frank Daniels"; Broadway debut), Paul Tripp (as "Sgt. Edward Green"), Blanche Yurka (as "Sophie von Gutzkow"). Produced by Barnard S. Straus and Roland Haas.

(1947) Stage: Directed "Portrait in Black" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. Booth Theatre: 14 May 1947-5 Jul 1947 (61 performances). Cast: David Anderson (as "Peter Talbot"), Sidney Blackmer (as "Rupert Marlowe"), Thomas Coley (as "Blake Ritchie"), Donald Cook (as "Dr. Philip Graham"), Dorothea Jackson (as "Winifred Talbot"), Barry Kelley (as "Cob O'Brien"), Claire Luce (as "Tanis Talbot"), Mary Michael (as "Gracie McPhee"). Produced by David Lowe and Edgar F. Luckenbach.

Duet for Two Hands (1947). Drama.

(1951) Stage: Directed "Gramercy Ghost" on Broadway. Written by John Cecil Holm. Morosco Theatre: 26 Apr 1951-21 Jul 1951 (100 performances). Produced by Roger Clark. Produced in association with Evan M. Frankel.

(1952). Stage Play: Dial "M" for Murder. Thriller. Written by Frederick Knott. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Reginald Denham. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre from 11 Jan 1954- close): 29 Oct 1952- 27 Feb 1954 (552 performances). Cast: Maurice Evans (as "Tony Wendice"), Anthony Dawson (as "Capt. Lesgate"), Richard Derr (as "Max Halliday"), Gusti Huber (as "Margot Wendice"), Porter Van Zandt (as "Thompson"), John Williams (as "Inspector Hubbard"). Replacement cast during Plymouth Theatre run: Francis Bethencourt (as "Capt. Lesgate"), Bruce Jewell (as "Thompson"), J. Pat O'Malley (as "Inspector Hubbard"). Produced by James P. Sherwood. Associate Producer: Emmett Rogers. Note: Filmed as Dial M for Murder (1954).

(1953) Stage: Write (w/Mary Orr) / directed "Be Your Age" on Broadway. Comedy. 48th Street Theatre: 14 Jan 1953-17 Jan 1953 (5 performances). Cast: Conrad Nagel (as "Eliot Spurgeon"), Hildy Parks (as "Gwendolyn Holly"), Loring Smith (as "Archibald K. Holly"), Nancy Cushman, Dean Harens, Ann Hillary, Martha Randall, Lee Remick (as "Lois Holly"), Patricia Ripley, Bill Story, Tom Tempest. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Joseph Kipness. Produced in association with Morris K. Bauer.

(1953). Stage Play: A Date With April. Comedy. Special music composed by Jay Chernis. Written by George Batson. Directed by Reginald Denham. Royale Theatre: 15 Apr 1953- 25 Apr 1953 (13 performances). Cast: Constance Bennett (as "Elsa Ashley"), Herbert Evers, Louise Larabee, Marjorie Peterson, Edmon Ryan, Evelyn Varden. Produced by Kenneth Banghart and Diana Greene.

(1953). Stage Play: Sherlock Holmes (Revival).

(1954) Stage: Directed "The Bad Seed" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson, from the novel by William March. 46th Street Theatre (moved to The Coronet Theatre from 25 Apr 1955 to close): 8 Dec 1954-27 Sep 1955 (334 performances). Cast: Nancy Kelly (as "Christine Penmark"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Richard Bravo"), Joan Croydon, George Gino, Lloyd Gough (as "Reginald Takser"), Eileen Heckart (as "Mrs. Faigle"), Joseph Holland, Henry Jones (as "Leroy"), Patty McCormack (as "Rhonda Penmark"), John O'Hare (as "Col. Kenneth Penmark"), Wells Richardson (as "Mr. Daigle"; final Broadway role), Evelyn Varden. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard). NOTE: Filmed as The Bad Seed (1956).

(1955) Stage: Directed "Janus" on Broadway. Romantic comedy. Written by Carolyn Green. Plymouth Theatre: 24 Nov 1955-30 Jun 1956 (251 performances). Cast: Claude Dauphin (as "Denny"), Robert Preston (as "Gil"), Margaret Sullavan (as "Jessica"), Robert Emhardt (as "Mr. Harper"), Mary Finney (as "Miss Addy"). Replacement actors: Imogene Coca (as "Jessica"), Claudette Colbert (as "Jessica"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr..

(1957) Stage: Directed "Hide and Seek" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Stanley Mann and Roger MacDougall. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Ralph Alswang. Costume Design by Virginia Volland. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 2 Apr 1957-6 Apr 1957 (7 performances). Cast: Walter Brooke (as "Michael"), Dolores Dorn-Heft (as "Janice"), Isobel Elsom (as "Margo Johnson"), Geraldine Fitzgerald (as "Ann Richards"), Carl Harbord (as "Gregson"), Peter Lazer (as "Saul"), Barry Morse (as "Tom Richards"; Broadway debut), Basil Rathbone (as "Sir Roger Johnson"), Marilyn Siegel (as "Judy"). Produced by Fred F. Finklehoffe, Mark Marvin and Gabriel Katzka.

A Mighty Man Is He (1960). Comedy.

Once for the Asking (1963). Farce.

(1966) Stage: Directed "Hostile Witness" on Broadway (final Broadway credit). Written by Jack Roffey. Music Box Theatre: 17 Feb 1966-2 Jul 1966 (156 performances + 4 previews that began on 14 Feb 1966). Cast: Ray Milland (only Broadway role; as "Simon Crawford"), Michael Allinson (as "Sir Peter Crossman"), Norman Barrs (as "Charles Milburn"), Melville Cooper (as "Mr. Justice Osborne"), Edgar Daniels (as "Hamish Gillespie"), Anthony Kemble-Cooper (as "Mr. Naylor"), Geoffrey Lumsden (as "Maj. Hugh Maitland"), Angela Thornton (as "Sheila Larkin"), John Clark (as "Prison Officer"), Stafford Dickens (as "Court Usher"), Katherine Hynes (as "Spectator" / "Court Personnel"), Dorothy James (as "Spectator" / "Court Personnel"), Harvey Jason (as "Percy"), Arthur Marlowe (as "Policeman"), Tom McDermott (as "Spectator" / "Court Personnel"), Robert Murch (as "Spectator" / "Court Personnel"), Jim Oyster (as "Spectator" / "Court Personnel"), Peter Pagan (as "Dr. Wimborne"), Gerald Peters (as "Superintendent Eley"), Alex Reed (as "Spectator" / "Court Personnel"), Margot Stevenson (as "Lady Gregory"), Walter Thomson (as "Clerk"). Produced by Jay Julien and André Gouldston. Produced by arrangement with Peter Saunders. Associate Producer: Anthony Parella.

(????) Playwright (w/Edward Percy): "The Last Straw" (filmed as Turn of the Tide (1935)).

(January 27, 1941) Edward Percy and his play, "Ladies in Retirement," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Flora Robson and Estelle Winwood in the cast.

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