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(1915- 1957). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1915). Stage Play: Major Barbara. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Louis Calvert. Playhouse Theatre: 9 Dec 1915- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Paul Bliss, Margaret Calvert, Richard Clarke, John Cromwell (as "Charles Lomax"), Clarence Derwent, Charlotte Granville, Norah Lamison, Ernest Lawford, Josephine Lovett, Guthrie McClintic (as "The Butler"), Mary Nash, Conway Tearle. Produced by Grace George.

(1916). Stage Play: The Earth (Revival). Written by James Bernard Fagan. Playhouse Theatre: 29 Mar 1916- unknown (unknown performances/repertory production/rotated with The New York Idea, Captain Brassbound's Conversion/The Liars, Major Barbara). Cast: George Bangs, Louise Calvert, Richard Clarke, John Cromwell, Clarence Derwent, Daniel Eames, Arthur Eldred, Grace George, Charlotte Granville, Rexford Kendrick, Norah Lamison, Ernest Lawford, Guthrie McClintic, Conway Tearle. Produced by Grace George and The New York Playhouse Company.

(1916). Stage Play: Captain Brassbound's Conversion. Comedy (revival). [repertory production/rotated with The New York Idea, The Earth, The Liars, Major Barbara]. Playhouse Theatre: 29 Mar 1916- unknown (unknown performances). As "The Cadi." Produced by Grace George and The New York Playhouse Company.

(1920). Stage Play: The Letter of the Law. Drama. Adapted from "La Robe Rouge" by Eugene Brieux. Criterion Theatre: 23 Feb 1920- Jul 1920 (closing date unknown). Cast: Lionel Barrymore (as "Mouzon"), Ada Boshell, Charles F. Coghlan, Clarence Derwent (as "La Bouzule"), Charles N. Greene, James P. Hagen, Leona Hogarth, Lionel Hogarth, Maud Hosford(as "Madame Bunerat") [final Broadway role], Wallace Jackson, Frank Kingdon (as "Mondoubleau"), Jacob Kingsberry, Goldwin Patten, Doris Rankin, Zeffie Tilbury, Herbert Vance, Josephine Wehn (as "Cataliena"), Charles White, Russ Whytal (as "Vagret"), Louis Wolheim (as "Bridet"). Produced by John D. Williams.

(1920). Stage Play: The Unwritten Chapter. Drama. Written by Samuel Shipman and Victor Victor. Directed by Robert Milton. Astor Theatre: 11 Oct 1920- Nov 1920 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Robert Barrat (as "Frank Salomon"), Alma Belwin, Clarence Derwent (as "Benjamin Jacobs"), Carl Dietz, Hubert Druce (as "General Howe"), Mattie Ferguson, Leo Frankl (as "Samuel Judah"), Herman Gerold, Arleen Hackett, Louis Hector (as "Capt. Geoffrey Warren"), Paul Irving, Ryder Keane, Frank Kingdon (as "Robert M. Harrington, Sr."), Howard Lang, Louis Mann (as "Haym Salomon"), Mortimer Martini, Harry C. Power, Bernard Reinold, Gerald Rogers, Al Sincoff, Alex Tenenholtz, Lucile Watson. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1922). Stage Play: Rosa Machree. Comedy/drama. Written by Howard E. Rose. Lexington Theatre: 9 Jan 1922- Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Julia Adler (as "Rosa Goldran"), Mabel Allen (as "Ellen Carew"), Lucy Beaumont (as "Lady Ethel Carew"), Binks (as "Binks"), Clarence Derwent (as "Brian Delaney"), Charles Esdale (as "Lucius Marley"), Harry Green (as "Cyril Lardon"), Austin O. Huhn [credited as Austin Huhn] (as "Wharton"), Ryder Keane (as "Gordon Brae"), Sonia Marcelle (as "Rachel Goldran"), Fuller Mellish (as "Lord Ragdon"). Produced by Hudson Productions Co. Inc.

(1922). Stage Play: The Last Warning. Melodrama. Written by Thomas F. Fallon. Based on "The House of Fear" by Wadsworth Camp. Klaw Theatre: 24 Oct 1922- May 1923 (closing date unknown/238 performances). Cast: Albert Barrett (as "Harvey Carlton"), Victor Beecroft (as "Tommy Wall"), Bert E. Chapman (as "Mike Brody"), William Courtleigh (as "Arthur McHugh"), Clarence Derwent (as "Robert Bunce"), John Hall (as "Mac"), Irene Homer (as "Gene"), James Hughes (as "Tyler Wilkins"), Marion Lord (as "Evelynda Hendon"), Ann Mason (as "Dolly Lymken"), John W. Moore (as "Jeffreys"), Dewey Robinson (as "Joseph Byrne"), Worthington L. Romaine (as "Josiah Bunce"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Richard Quaile"), Ann Winslow (as "Barbara Morgan"). Produced by Michael Mindlin and Michael Goldreyer. Note: Filmed by Universal Pictures twice as The Last Warning (1929) and again as The House of Fear (1939).

(1923). Stage Play: Queen Victoria. Drama. Written by David Carb and Walter Prichard Eaton. Directed by Priestly Morrison. 48th Street Theatre: 15 Nov 1923- Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Donald Cameron (as "Viscount Melbourne"), Clarence Derwent (as "Benjamin Disraeli"), Herbert Farjeon (as "Sir James Clark"), George Farren (as "William Ewart Gladstone"), Edward Fielding (as "Duke of Wellington"), Frances Goodrich (as "Lady Gay Hawthorne"), Winifred Hanley (as "Duchess of Kent"), Borden Harriman (as "A Footman"), Ullrich Haupt (as "Prince Albert of Coburg") [Broadway debut], William Ingersoll (as "Lord Palmerston"), Arthur Maude (as "Edward, Prince of Wales"), Beryl Mercer (as "Alexandrina Victoria"), Anita Rothe (as "Baroness Lehzen"), Herbert Standing Jr. (as "Lord Conyngham"), Albert Tavernier (as "Archbishop of Canterbury"), Hubert Wilke (as "Baron Stockmar"). Produced by The Equity Players Inc.

(1924). Stage Play: Garden of Weeds. Drama. Written by Leon Gordon. Directed by Leon Gordon. Gaiety Theatre: 28 Apr 1924- May 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Lee Baker (as "Phillip Flagg"), Jean Bell, Clarence Derwent (as "Archie Duffing"), Shiela Desmond, Maxine Flood, Phoebe Foster, Warburton Gamble, Ruby Gordon, Norman Hackett, Robert T. Haines, Florence Huntley, Lola Maye, Harry Morvil, Carrington North, Elizabeth North, Bobbie Storey, Lilyan Tashman (as "Hazel Harbyry") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Leon Gordon.

(1924). Stage Play: The Habitual Husband. Comedy. Written by Dana Burnet. Co-directed by Dudley Digges and Josephine Hull. 48th Street Theatre: 24 Dec 1924- Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Marion Barney (as "Mrs. Standard"), Clarence Derwent (as "M. Perrin"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Anne Kingsley"), Grant Mitchell, Diantha Pattison (as "Hilda Frank"), Ernest Stallard (as "Edward"). Produced by The Actors Theatre.

(1925). Stage Play: Pierrot the Prodigal. Pantomime. Written by Michel Carre. Directed by Ottokar Bartik. 48th Street Theatre: 6 Mar 1925- Mar 1925 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Michelette Burani (as "Madame Pierrot"), Clarence Derwent (as "The Baron"), Galina Kopernak (as "Phrynette"), Ivan Lazareff (as "Mons. Pierrot"), Laurette Taylor (as "Young Pierrot"), Jack Thornton (as "The Negro"). Produced by The Actors Theatre.

(1925). Stage Play: The Family Failing. Comedy. Written by Michel Carre. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Princess Theatre: 9 Jun 1925 (1 performance). Cast: Lilian Booth, George V. Brooks (as "Mr. Miller"), Fairfax Burger (as "Martin"), Thompson Derr, Louie Emery (as "Brownlow"), Haroldine Humphreys, Arthur Lewis, Sallie Sanford, Pearl Sindelar. Produced by Elfrida Derwent and Clarence Derwent.

(1925). Stage Play: Love for Love. Comedy (revival). Written by William Congreve. Daly's 63rd Street Theatre: 14 Sep 1925- Sep 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Eve Balfour, John H. Brewer, Clarence Derwent (as "Scandal"), Margaret Douglass, William Franklin, Stanley Howlett, Louise Lorimer, John Lee Mahin, Norma Millay, Adrienne Morrison, Clement O'Loghlen, Henry O'Neill, Farrell Pelly, Charles Romano, Gerald Sheridan, Edgar Stehli, Joseph Thayer.

(1925). Stage Play: Bridge of Distances. Drama. Written by Ella Scrysmour and John Scrysmour. Directed by Ullrich Haupt. Morosco Theatre: 28 Sep 1925- Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Barbara Allen (as "Lady Herryot"), Ray Collins (as "Captain Aylmer Herryot"), Polly Craig (as "Kwang-Mei"), Clarence Derwent (as "Earl Herryot"), Wheeler Dryden (as "Lieut. Rodney Mainwaring") [Broadway debut], Katherine Grey (as "The Princess Li Sang"), Ullrich Haupt (as "Li Wenk Lok"), Wallie Howe (as "Yee Kee"), William Janney (as "A Hotel Boy"), Mary Newcombe (as "Lady Susan Herryot"), Paul Wilson (as "Tang Ku, a Lama Priest"), Harold Winston (as "A Messenger from the Emperor"), Stephen Wright. Produced by International Playhouse.

(1925). Stage Play: The Wisecrackers. Comedy. Written by Gilbert Seldes. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Fifth Avenue Theatre: 16 Dec 1925- Dec 1925 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Juliet Brenon, Marilyn Brown, Sarah Claude, Drake De Kay, Arthur Fanson, Ralph Geddis, Kathleen Cooper Graham, Alfred Gross, Russell Hicks, Irene Homer, Paul Huber, Mona Kingsley, Martha Lee Manners, Richard Nicholls, Ann Schmidt, Adele St. Maur. Produced by The Fifth Avenue Theatre.

(1926). Stage Play: The House of Ussher. Drama. Written by H.V. Esmond. Directed by Edward Eisner. Fifth Avenue Theatre: 13 Jan 1926- Jul 1926 (closing date unknown/198 performances). Cast: Fairfax Burger [credited as Fairfax Burgher], Will T. Chatterton, Clarence Derwent (as "Jacob Ussher"), Rosalinde Fuller, Ferdinand Hast, Nellie Malcolm, Thomas McElhany, Jeanne Powers, John Saunders. Produced by Wainwright and Brennan.

(1926). Stage Play: Beau-Strings. Comedy. Written by C.K. Munro. Directed by Sigourney Thayer. Mansfield Theatre: 26 Apr 1926- May 1926 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Maud Ainslie (as "Mrs. Newbury"), Essex Dane (as "Miss Kale"), Clarence Derwent (as "Lord Early"), C. Stafford Dickens (as "Dennis Welch"), T.A. Hamilton (as "Mr. Newbury"), Stanley Howlett (as "Mrs. Bolland"), Joan McLean [credited as Joan Maclean] (as "Storm"), Marguerite St. John (as "Mrs. Bolland"), Lyonel Watts (as "Hon. Arthur Blount"), Margaret Wiltshire (as "Mrs. Blount"), 'Estelle Winwood' (as "Miss Gee"). Produced by Francis B. Bradley and Sigourney Thayer.

(1927). Stage Play: Rapid Transit. Comedy/satire. Written by Lajos N. Egri, as translated by Gustav Davidson. Directed by James Light. Provincetown Playhouse 7 Apr 1927- Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: John Alcorn, Louise Barrett, John Beistel, David Belbridge, Barbara Benedict, Louise Bradley, Juliet Brenon, Emile Carboneri, William Challee, Blanche Collins, Clarence Derwent (as "Capt. Gavoy"), Christine Diemer, Moss Flesig, Mary Fowler, Eduard Franz, Guy Fuquet, Rebekah Kennett, Victor Kilian, Louise Lorimer, Joseph Macauley, Donald MacGinnis, James Martin, Donald Marye, Harold McGee, Dorothee Nolan, Goldwin Patten, Rachel Sewall, Lusy Shrieve, Richard Skinner, Roland Twombley, Geoffrey Warnick. Produced by The Provincetown Players. Produced in association with Horace Liveright.

(1927). Stage Play: Tales of Rigo. Musical drama. Book by Maurice V. Samuel. Music and Lyrics by Ben Schwartz. Based on a story by Hyman Adler. Additional numbers by Evelyn Adler. Lyric Theatre: 30 May 1927- 4 Jun 1927 (8 performances). Cast: Hyman Adler (as "Rigo"), Marguerite Borough, Walter Deloff, Jay Fassett (as "Bones"), Maurice M. Fein, Madeline Grey, Mildred Holland (as "Maria") [final Broadway role], Hugh Kidder (as "Jose"), David Leonard, Mira Nirska, Samuel Nusbam, Carl Reed, Andrew Salama, Warren Sterling, George Stillwell, Gladys Wilson. Produced by Jacob Oppenheimer.

(1927). Stage Play: The Woman of Bronze (Revival). Written by Henry Kistemaeckers and Eugene Delard. Book adapted by Paul Kester. Directed by Cecil Owen. Lyric Theatre: 15 Jun 1927- Jul 1927 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin, Harry Barfoot, Marion Barney, John Brewster, Virginia Chauvenet, Pedro de Cordoba (as "Leonard Hunt"), Clarence Derwent (as "Reginald Morton"), Mary Fowler, Catherine Haydon, Ralph Morgan (as "Patrick Griggs"), Lucille Morrison, M. Charles Palazzi, Elma Roiton, Harriet Sterling, Hal Taggart, Richard Temple, Walter Tietjens, Carl Young. Produced by Murray Phillips.

(1927). Stage Play: The Stairs. Drama. Written by Rosso di San Secondo. Book by Dario Forza. Directed by James Light. Bijou Theatre: 7 Nov 1927- Nov 1927 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Produced by Cleon Throckmorton and Light & Rockmore.

(1927). Stage Play: Electra. Opera (revival). Written by Sophocles. Directed by Maragaret Anglin. Gallo Opera House: 1 Dec 1927- Dec 1927 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin (as "Electra"), Herbert Barr (as "Torch Boy"), Betty Beeman (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Ruth Chandler (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Doris Dagmar (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Clarence Derwent (as "Guardian"), Grace Fisher (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Marjorie Hamilton (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Elwyn Harvey (as "Chrysothemis"), Paul Heller (as "Torch Boy"), Grace Lynn (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Ian Maclaren (as "Aegisthus"), Antoinette Perry (as "Clytemnestra"), Howard Phillips (as "Pylades"), Ralph Roeder (as "Orestes"), Dorothy Scott (as "Leader of the Chorus"), Elizabeth Zachary (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"). Produced by Margaret Anglin.

(1928). Stage Play: The Patriot. Drama. Written by Ashley Dukes. Based on the German of Alfred Neumann. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Majestic Theatre: 19 Jan 1928- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Henry Berger (as "A Corporal"), Reginald Carrington (as "General Talyzin"), Henry Carvill (as "The English Doctor"), Forbes Dawson (as "A Staff Captain"), Clarence Derwent (as "Count Stroganoff"), Frank Elliott (as "Major Muravieff"), Leslie Faber (as "Count Peter Alexeievitch Pahlen") [final Broadway role], John Gielgud (as "Grand Duke Alexander") [Broadway debut], Lyn Harding (as "Paul I, Tsar of Russia"), Lumsden Hare (as "Count Valerian Zuboff"), John Parrish Prince Platon Zuboff"), Bernard Savage (as "Ivan"), Frank Shannon (as "Stepan"), Madge Titheradge (as "Anna, Baroness Ostermann"), Austin Trevor (as "Count Nikita Petrovitch Panin"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1928). Stage Play: The Three Musketeers. Drama/musical.

(1929). Stage Play: Serena Blandish. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Morosco Theatre: 23 Jan 1929- Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Eileen Byron, Constance Collier, Henry Daniell, Tyrell Davis, Clarence Derwent (as "Sigmund Traub"), Wallace Erskine, Douglas Garden, Ruth Gordon, John Gray, Marion Gray, Julia Hoyt, Derek Hume, Alice John, A.E. Matthews, Alfred Shirley, Hugh Sinclair, Juan Varro, Harold White. Produced by Jed Harris.

(1929). Stage Play: The Ghost Parade. Melodrama. Written by Hadley Waters. Directed by Charles K. Gordon. Lyric Theatre: 28 Oct 1929- Nov 1929 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Donald Blackwell, Joan Blaine, L. Boucari, Stuart Casey, William Coray, John De Silva, Clarence Derwent (as "Suma Singhi"), K.P. Howwa, Ann Johnson, Lou Kintum, Oswald Marshall, Catherine Proctor, W. Wana Singh, Evan Thomas, C. White. Produced by Charles K. Gordon.

(1930). Stage Play: Topaze. Comedy. Written by Marcel Pagnol. Material adapted by Benn W. Levy. Directed by Stanley Logan. Music Box Theatre: 12 Feb 1930- Aug 1930 (closing date unknown/215 performances). Cast: Dauna Allen, Peter Boylan, George Canto-Janis, Cecil Clovelly (as "Officer"), Harry Davenport (as "Tamise"), Clarence Derwent (as "Castel-Bernac"), Catherine Doucet (as "Baroness Pitart-Vergniolles"), Hubert Druce (as "Muche"), Phoebe Foster, James Guiname, Alf Helton, Nicholas Joy (as "Roger de Berville"), Warren McCollum, James McGuire, Mildred Mitchell, Frank Morgan (as "Topaze"), Harry Murray (as "Seguedille"), Richard Offer, Martin Postal, Freddie Stange, elius Vezin, Aldeah Wise, Eddie Wragge. Produced by Lee Shubert

(1930). Stage Play: Topaze. Comedy (revival).

(1931). Stage Play: Sing High, Sing Low. Comedy. Written by Murdock Pemberton and David Boehm. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 12 Nov 1931- Jan 1932 (closing date unknown/68 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews (as "Pop"), Don Beddoe (as "Arthur Warren"), S.K. Binyon (as "Stagehand"), Josephine Deffrey (as "Madame Elsa"), Lorna Elliott (as "Antoinette Ranconi"), Katherine Eyles (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), Richard Galli (as "Thompson"), Herbert Goode (as "Julius Speiger"), Rudolph Gratz (as "Another Stagehand"), George Higginbottom (as "Another Scene Painter"), Fred House (as "Craig"), Vernon Howard (as "Harry"), Elinor James (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), Jean Kayson (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), Spenser Kimbell (as "Wallace"), Ina Korsch (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), Hilda Kutsukian (as "Adelina Drebelli"), Ben Lackland (as "Willie Norworth"), Ralph Locke (as "Hugo Winthrop Adams"), Grace Lydon (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), William H. Lynn (as "Gregory Townsend"), Con MacSunday (as "Wiener"), J.S. McLaughlin Weaver"), Lynn Root (as "Adolph"), James Seymour (as "Stein"), Mary D. Smith (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), Giuseppe Sterni (as "Emilio Amalfi"), John Taylor (as "Rudolph Krauskopf"), Ifor Thomas (as "Roberts"), Albert Vees (as "Corbett West"), Frank Verigun (as "Doaks"), Cornelius Vezin (as "Scene Painter"), Vera Volkenau (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), Jean Walton (as "Principal of Corps de Ballet"), Barbara Willison (as "Magnolia Jackson Wainwright"). Produced by Walker Towne Inc.

(1932). Stage Play: Jewel Robbery. Comedy. Written by Bertram Bloch, from the Hungarian of Ladislas Fodor. Directed and produced by Paul Streger. Booth Theatre: 13 Jan 1932- Feb 1932 (closing date unknown/54 performances). Cast: Lionel Braham, Stuart Casey, Clarence Derwent (as "Franz"), Mary Ellis, Harold Johnsrud, Hazel Nagley, Eugene Powers, Frederick Roland, Louis M. Simon, Basil Sydney, Robert Vivian (as "Hollander"), Cora Witherspoon. Produced by Paul Streger. Note: Filmed as Jewel Robbery (1932).

(1932). Stage Play: Broadway Boy. Written by Isaac Paul and Wallace A. Mannheimer. Directed by Jacob A. Weiser. 48th Street Theatre: 3 May 1932- May 1932 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Murray Alper (as "Jack Chester"), Mildred Baker, William Balfour (as "Jim"), Roberta Beatty, Albert Bergh (as "Van Elten"), Alan Brooks, Maurice Cass (as "Donald Evans"), Clarence Derwent (as "Julius Frankel"), William Franklin, Hans Hansen, A.J. Herbert, Jack Irwin, Don Kane, William Lobell, Ben Roberts, Roy Roberts, Barbara Willison. Produced by Barton Slater.

(1932). Stage Play: Mademoiselle. Written by Grace George. Based on the French of Jacques Deval. Directed by Clarence Derwent and Jacques DevalPlayhouse Theatre: 18 Oct 1932- Jan 1933 (closing date unknown/103 performances). Cast: Alice Brady (as "Madame Galvosier"), Grace George (as "Mademoiselle"), A.E. Matthews, Thomas Beck (as "Maurice Galvoiser"), Peggy Conklin (as "Christine Galvosier"), May Marshall (as "Juliette"), Garda Olesen (as "Therese"), Frank Rothe (as "Valentin"), Lillian Savin (as "Helene"), Kenneth Treseder (as "Edouard"), Harold West (as "Georges Boutin"). Produced by William A. Brady.

(1932). Stage Play: The Late Christopher Bean. Comedy. Book adapted by Sidney Howard. From the French of René Fauchois. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 31 Oct 1932- May 1933 (closing date unknown/224 performances). Cast: Adelaide Bean (as "Susan Haggett"), Beulah Bondi (as "Mrs. Haggett"), Walter Connolly (as "Dr. Haggett"), George Coulouris (as "Tallant"), Clarence Derwent (as "Rosen"), Katherine Hirsch (as "Ada Haggett"), Ernest Lawford (as "Davenport"), William Lawson (as "Warren Creamer"), Pauline Lord (as "Abby"). Produced by Gilbert Miller. Note: Filmed by MGM as Christopher Bean (1933) [Jean Hersholt portrayed the role originated by Clarence Derwent on stage].

(1934). Stage Play: False Dreams, Farewell. Drama. Written by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Scenic Design by Arne Lundborg. Directed by Frank Merlin. Little Theatre: 15 Jan 1934- Feb 1934 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Kirk Ames (as "Radio Voice"), Glenn Anders (as "Eugene Cabot"), Adora Andrews (as "Miss Rhinebeck"), Homer Barton (as "Mr. Mackaye"), Lora Baxter, Natasha Boleslavsky, Robert Burtt(as "Ship's Officer"), Blaine Cordner (as "Bingham Baldy"), Ben Delano (as "Camera-Man"), Clarence Derwent (as "Edward Duncan"), Clyde Fillmore (as "Captain Sackett"), Edward Forbes (as "Palmerly Harte"), John Frederik, Harry Green (as "Steward Blythe"), Walter O. Hill (as "Mr. Sims"), Frieda Inescort (as "Faith Baldy"), Eric Kalkhurst (as "Dr. Hayden"), Henry Lase (as "Irving Silvers"), Frank Lawrence (as "Joe"), Dave Leonard (as "Murray Fineman"), Dorothy Lowell (as "Passenger"), James McColl, Neil McFee, Millard Mitchell (as "Christopher Jarrett"), Claudia Morgan (as "Joan Arden"), Marianne Mosner (as "Passenger"), John Daly Murphy (as "Daniel T. Moore"), Ralph Nelson (as "Passenger"), Charles Quigley (as "Executive Officer Jones"), Helen Raymond (as "Ida Jarrett"), Larry Regan (as "A Cabin Steward"), Arthur Stenning, Thyrza Sturges (as "Passenger"), Royal Dana Tracy (as "Bishop Bliss"), Sheila Trent (as "Josie"), Leslie Urbach (as "A Deck Steward"), Elizabeth Weston (as "Ship News Reporter"). Produced by Frank Merlin.

(1934). Stage Play: Brittle Heaven. Drama. Written by Vincent York and Frederik Pohl. Incidental music by Rudolf Forst. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Vanderbilt Theatre: 13 Nov 1934- Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Edith Atwater (as "Helen Hunt"), Dorothy Gish (as "Emily Dickinson"), Grant Gordon (as "Horatio Turnbull"), Elizabeth Heaslip (as "Maggie"), Katherine Hirsch (as "Lavinia Dickinson"), Helen Huberth, Robert Le Seuer, Earl McDonald (as "Austin Dickinson"), Helen Ray, Edward Ryan Jr., Albert Dekker [credited as Albert Van Dekker] (as "Captain Edward Bissell Hunt"), Herbert Warren (as "Samuel Bowles"). Producer by Dave Schooler.

(1934). Stage Play: Baby Pompadour. Comedy. Written by Benjamin Graham. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Vanderbilt Theatre: 27 Dec 1934- Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Lillian Brown, Nana Bryant, Joseph Monneret De Villard, Virginia Deane, Gladys Feldman, Scott Kolk, Robert Lowe, Maurice F. Manson, John Murray, Daniel Ocko, A.M. Putnam, Herbert Rawlinson, Gladys Shelley, Charles Wellesley. Produced by Arthur Dreifuss and Willard G. Gernhardt.

(1935). Stage Play: Field of Ermine. Written by Jacinto Benavente. Book adaption by John Garrett Underhill. Directed by Ben Ali Haggin. Mansfield Theatre: 8 Feb 1935- Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Alice Alworth, St. Clair Bayfield (as "The Duke of Santa Olalla"), Lenore Chippendale (as "Carolina"), Gerald Cornell (as "Baltasar"), Clarence Derwent (as "Cesar Estavez"), Francis French, Nedda Harrigan (as "Natalia"), Alma Kruger (as "Felisa"), Janet Lelend, David Leonard, Mary Mason, Leonard Penn, Frank Ray, Frances Starr (as "Irene"), Harriett Sterling, Frances Tannehill (as "Beatriz"), Harmanus Van Wie, Harold West, Courtney White (as "Santiago Solana"). Produced by Crosby Gaige.

(1935). Stage Play: Play, Genius, Play! Comedy. Written by Judith Kandel. Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins. Directed by Jo Graham. St. James Theatre: 30 Oct 1935- Nov 1935 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Effie Afton (as "First Girl"), Hardie Albright (as "Paul Carey"), Walter Armin (as "Proprietor"), Barbara Brown (as "Cousin Doris"), Theresa Maxwell Conover (as "Mrs. Margaret Carey"), Clarence Derwent (as "Albert Sterne"), Len Doyle (as "Healey"), John T. Dwyer (as "Uncle Richard"), William Fay (as "Uncle Brian"), Walter Fenner (as "Doctor"), Maurice Freeman (as "Manufacturer"), Mercedes Gilbert (as "Ambrosia"), Charlotte Gloer (as "Eve"), Vaughn Godfrey (as "Pacci"), Ferdinand Gottschalk (as "Mr. Jay Carey") [final Broadway role], Butler Hixon (as "Mr. Morgan"), Vera Hurst (as "Cousin Annabelle"), Stapleton Kent (as "Holliday"), Linda Leeds (as "Leda Marshall"), William Morris (as "First Man"), Gertrude Mudge (as "Aunt Nancy"), Gavin Muir (as "Monty"), William Norton (as "Farmer"), Beverly Parker (as "Second Girl"), Sidney Riggs (as "Casazza"), Virginia Sale (as "Jenny"), Saranoff (as "Sascha Noodleman"), Mildred Schroeder (as "Third Girl"), W.W. Shuttleworth (as "Kelly"), Craig Williams (as "Second Man"), Judith Wood (as "Diana Saunders"), Sam Wren (as "Jorje Carey"). Produced by Lew Cantor.

(1936). Stage Play: Lady Precious Stream. Written by S.I. Hsiung. Costume Design by Mei Lan-Fang. Directed by Dr. Hsiung. Booth Theatre: 27 Jan 1936- Apr 1936 (closing date unknown/105 performances). Cast: Marcella Abels (as "Silver Stream"), Joan Adrian (as "Maid to the Princess"), Slater Barkentin (as "Suitor"), Helen Chandler (as "Precious Stream"), Will Claire (as "Suitor/The Minister of Foreign Affairs"), Clarence Derwent (as "His Excellency Wang Yun, The Prime Minister"), Lilian Dushell (as ""Maid to the Princess"), Sally Fitzpatrick (as "Precious' Maid/Maid to the Princess"), Bramwell Fletcher (as "Hsieh Ping-Kuei"), Helen Kimm (as "Golden Stream"), Joan Miller (as "Maid to the Princess"), Henry Morrell (as "Su, The Dragon General/General Mu"), Molly Pearson (as "Madam Wang"), Detmar Poppen (as "Wei, The Tiger General"), Gilbert Ralston (as "Executioner"), Natalie Schafer (as "The Princess of the Western Regions"), Harry Selby (as "Suitor"), Norman Stuart (as "Property Man"), Mai-Mai Sze, Honorable Reader"), Preston Tuttle (as "Suitor/Kiang Hai"), Albert Whitley (as "Ma Ta"), Jesse Wynne (as "Property Man"). Produced by Morris Gest.

(1937). Stage Play: The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse. Melodrama. Written by Barré Lyndon. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Lewis Allen. Hudson Theatre: 2 Mar 1937- May 1937 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Victor Beecroft, Ross Chetwynd, Clarence Derwent (as "Benny Kellerman"), Alexander Field, Edward Fielding, Stephen Fox, Cedric Hardwicke (as "Dr. Clitterhouse, M.R.C.P."), Muriel Hutchison, Ernest Jay, Ralph Sumpter, Helen Trenholme (as "Nurse Ann"). Produced by Gilbert Miller in association with Warner Brothers Pictures. Note: Produced by Warner Brothers as The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938).

(1938). Stage Play: Soliloquy. Drama. Written by Víctor Víctor. Music by Adrian Mack. Scenic Design by Norman Rock. Directed by Eugen Schulz-Breiden. Empire Theatre: 28 Nov 1938- Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: John Beal (as "Jimmy Mimms/Jimmy's Thoughts"), Daisy Belmore (as "Mrs. McCorkle"), Joan Blair (as "Miss La Rue"), Edward Broadley (as "Mr. Braithwaite"), Helen Craig (as "Ann Jerkins"), Clarence Derwent (as "Mr. Danvers"), Robert Dolan (as "Medical Examiner"), Jack Duval (as "Al Graumann"), Gwyllyn Ford (as "Sidney Tarleton"), Grace Virginia Howard (as "Miss McGill"), Elmer Jerome (as "Mr. Sloman"), Louis Labey (as "Jury Foreman"), Helena Le Berthon (as "Second Chorus Girl"), Alexander Lockwood (as "Eddie Page"), Ellen E. Lowe (as "Ella Mimms"), Paul Marion (as "Stenographer/Turnkey"), Ruth Meredith (as "Girl at Summer Resort"), George Reynolds (as "Reporter Johnson"), John Rutherford (as "Lieutenant Simmons"), George L. Spaulding (as "Honey" Blake"), Katherine York (as "First Chorus Girl"). Produced by Henry Weissman.

(1940). Stage Play: Kind Lady. Drama (revival). Written by Edward Chodorov, from a story by Hugh Walpole. Directed by Felix Jacoves. Playhouse Theatre: 3 Sep 1940- 30 Nov 1940 (107 performances). Cast: Wylie Adams (as "Doctor"), Stiano Broggiotti (as "Henry Abbott"), Clarence Derwent (as "Gustav Rosenberg"), Elfrida Derwent (as "Mrs. Edwards"), Grace Dougherty (as "Aggie Edwards"), Mel Ferrer [credited as Melchor Ferrer] (as "Peter Santard"), Grace George, Dorothy McGuire, Marie Paxton (as "Rose"), John Robb (as "Mr. Foster"), Oscar Stirling (as "Mr. Edwards") [final Broadway role], Ivy Troutman (as "Lady Weston"), Joan Wetmore (as "Phyllis Glenning"). Produced by William A. Brady. Notes: (1) Filmed by MGM twice, previously as Kind Lady (1935) and later as Kind Lady (1951). (2) Mr. Brady retired after production run. He would continue to own The Playhouse Theatre until his death.

(1941). Stage Play: The Doctor's Dilemma (Revival). Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Shubert Theatre: 11 Mar 1941- 21 Jun 1941 (121 performances). Cast: Katharine Cornell, Raymond Massey, Leslie Barrie, Stanley Bell, Alice Belmore [credited as Alice Belmore Cliffe], Margaret Curtis, Clarence Derwent (as "Doctor Schultzmacher"), Cecil Humphreys, Whitford Kane, Colin Keith-Johnston, David Orrick. Produced by Katharine Cornell.

(1942). Stage Play: The Walking Gentleman. Drama. Written by George Perkins and Fulton Oursler. Scenic Design by Harry Horner. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Marion Gering. Belasco Theatre: 7 May 1942- 12 May 1942 (6 performances). Cast: Ross Chetwynd (as "Newcome"), Clay Clement (as "Savage"), Clarence Derwent (as "Sam Hertz"), Jane Forbes (as "Connie"), Ruth Thea Ford (as "Miss Marshall"), Victor Francen (as "Basil Forrest"), Arlene Francis (as "Doris"), Richard Gaines (as "Dr. Blake"), Toni Gilman (as "Myrtle Tracey"), Lew Hearn (as "Wrinkles"), A.J. Herbert (as "Poole"), Arnold Korff (as "Father Benoit"), Margery Maude (as "Mrs. Shriver"), Roderick Maybee (as "Electrician/Officer Blum"), Oscar Polk (as "Marmot"), Margo Railton (as "Elsie Ellis"), Cledge Roberts (as "Jim Lake"), George Spaulding (as "Frazier"), David Stewart (as "Lanyon"). Produced by Albert Lewis and Marion Gering.

(1942). Stage Play: I Killed the Count. Written by Alec Coppel. Directed by Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan. Cort Theatre: 31 Aug 1942- 26 Sep 1942 (29 performances). Cast: Bob Allen, Rafael Corio, Doris Dalton, Clarence Derwent (as "Samuel Diamond"), Louis Hector, Edgar Kent, LeRoi Operti, Guy Spaull, Bertram Tanswell. Produced with Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and Agnes Morgan and Frank Carrington.

(1942). Stage Play: The Pirate. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Suggested by an idea in a play by Ludwig Fulda. Incidental music by Herbert Kingsley. Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers. Costume Design by Miles White. Assistant to Mr. White: Sylvia Saal. Choreographed by Felicia Sorel. Directed by Alfred Lunt and John C. Wilson Martin Beck Theatre: 25 Nov 1942- 27 Apr 1943 (177 performances). Cast: Alfred Lunt (as "Serafin"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Manuela"), David Bethe, John Brown, Adolphus Cheatham, Herbert Cowens, Wilbur De Paris, Emilio Denti, Clarence Derwent (as "Viceroy"), John Dixon, Maurice Ellis, Robert Emhardt, Jeffery Etheridge, Peter Garey (as "Viceroy's Guard"), Eddie Gibbs, Ruby Greene, Juanita Hall (as "Mango Seller"), Bruce Howard, Anna Jackson, Jules Johnson, Martha Jones, Clare Keith, William LeMassena, Fredye Marshall, Emmet Matthews, Inez Matthews (as "Maid to Isabella"), Guy Moneypenny, Walter Mosby, James O'Neill, Lea Penman (as "Isabella"), Albert Popwell, Muriel Rahn, Alan Reed (as "Pedro Vargas"), Max Rich, Charles Swain, Eloise Uggams, Joseph Washington, Lavinia White (as "Maid to Manuela"), Carol Wilson, Estelle Winwood (as "Ines"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard) and The Theatre Guild.

(1943). Stage Play: The Innocent Voyage. Written by Paul Osborn. Based on the novel by Richard Hughes. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Directed by Paul Osborn. Belasco Theatre: 15 Nov 1943- 18 Dec 1943 (40 performances). Cast: Herbert Berghof (as "Otto"), Denis Brennan (as "Emily Thornton"), Alcides Briceno (as "Chorus"), James J. Coyle (as "Chorus"), Ralph Cullinan (as "Captain Marlpole"), Nick Dennis (as "Chorus"), Clarence Derwent (as "Mr. Mathias"), William Foran, Mary Ellen Glass (as "Laura Thornton"), Harron Gordon, Bruce Halsey (as "Chorus"), John O. Hewitt (as "Chorus"), Oskar Homolka, Norah Howard (as "Mrs. Thornton"), Carolyn Hummel (as "Rachel Thornton"), Orin Jannings (as "Chorus"), Peter Kass (as "Chorus"), Edgar Kent (as "Mate of the Clorinda"), Don Lee (as "Chorus"), Dan Lounsberry (as "Chorus"), Boris Marshalov (as "Magistrate"), Arvid Paulson (as "Swedish Captain") [final Broadway role], John Roche (as "Chorus"), Norman Scheffer (as "Chorus"), Philip Sheridan (as "Chorus"), Guy Spaull (as "Mr. Thornton"), Dean Stockwell (as "John Thornton"), Guy Stockwell (as "Edward Thornton"), Lois Wheeler. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1944). Stage Play: The House in Paris. Written by Eric Mawby Green and Edward Allen Feilbert, based on the novel by Elizabeth Bowen. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Fulton Theatre: 20 Mar 1944- 1 Apr 1944 (16 performances). Produced by H. Clay Blaney.

(1945). Stage Play: Rebecca. Drama. Written by Daphne Du Maurier. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 18 Jan 1945- 3 Feb 1945 (20 performances).

(1945). Stage Play: Lady in Danger. Comedy/mystery. Written by Max Afford and Alexander Kirkland. Broadhurst Theatre: 29 Mar 1945- 7 Apr 1945 (12 performances). Cast: Ronald Alexander, Gary Blivers, Helen Claire, Vicki Cummings, Clarence Derwent (as "Chief Inspector Burke"), Elfrida Derwent, Paul Fairleigh, Hudson Faucett, James Gannon, Alexander Kirkland (as "Dr. Francis Gresham"), Rodney McLennan. Produced by Pat Allen and Dan Fisher.

(1946). Stage Play: Lute Song. Musical. Based on material by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin. Directed by John Houseman. Plymouth Theatre: 6 Feb 1946- 8 Jun 1946 (142 performances). As "The Honorable Chang" and "The Manager."

(1946). Stage Play: Gypsy Lady. Musical/operetta. Based on a book by Henry Meyers. Music by Victor Herbert. Lyrics by George Forrest and Robert Wright. New Century Theatre: 17 Sep 1946- 23 Nov 1946 (79 performances). Cast: George Britton, Clarence Derwent, Edmund Dorsay, Beatrice Eden, Joseph Macauley, John Tyers, Val Valentinoff. Produced by Edwin Lester.

(1946). Stage Play: The Haven. Drama. Written by Dennis Hoey, from the novel by Anthony Gilbert. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Playhouse Theatre: 13 Nov 1946- 16 Nov 1946 (5 performances + 5 previews). Cast: Melville Cooper, Valerie Cossart, Dennis Hoey, Queenie Leonard, Viola Roache. Produced by Viola Rubber and Johnnie Walker.

(1947). Stage Play: The Eagle Has Two Heads. Melodrama. Written by Jean Cocteau. Book adapted by Ronald Duncan. Directed by John C. Wilson. Plymouth Theatre: 19 Mar 1947- 12 Apr 1947 (29 performances). Cast: Tallulah Bankhead, Helmut Dantine, Kendall Clark, Clarence Derwent (as "Baron Foehn"), Cherokee Thornton, Eleanor Wilson. Produced by John C. Wilson.

(1947). Stage Play: Laura. Drama. Written by Vera Caspary (based on her book) and George Sklar. Directed by Clarence Derwent. Cort Theatre: 26 Jun 1947- 2 Aug 1947 (44 performances). Cast: Otto Kruger, Hugh Marlowe, Grania O'Malley, Walter Riemer, Tom Rutherford. Produced by H. Clay Blaney, in association with S.P. Steckler and Roy Steckler.

(1947). Stage Play: Topaze. Comedy (revival). Written by Marcel Pagnol. Book adaption by Benn W. Levy. Directed by Leo Mittler. Morosco Theatre: 27 Dec 1947 (1 performance).

(1948). Stage Play: Minnie and Mr. Williams. Comedy. Written by Richard Hughes. Directed by Eddie Dowling. Morosco Theatre: 27 Oct 1948- 30 Oct 1948 (5 performances). Cast: Paul Anderson, Clarence Derwent, Eddie Dowling, Gwyneth Hughes, Josephine Hull (as "Minnie"), Geoffrey Lumb, Grace Mills, Elizabeth Ross, Lee Wilcox, Gwilym Williams. Produced by John Gassner and David Dietz.

(1948). Stage Play: The Madwoman of Chaillot. Comedy. Written by Jean Giraudoux. Book adapted by Maurice Valency. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Royale Theatre from 22 Aug 1949- close): 27 Dec 1948- 7 Jan 1950 (368 performances). Cast: Martita Hunt, John Beahan, Maurice Brenner, Millicent Brower, Paul Byron, John Carradine, William Chambers, Leora Dana, Clarence Derwent (as "The President/One of the Presidents"), Sandro Giglio, Harold Grau, Jonathan Harris, LeRoi Operti (as "The Baron"), Barbara Pond, Doris Rich, Ralph Roberts, Richard Sanders, Alan Shayne, Ralph Smiley, Archie Smith, Gilbert Smith, Vladimir Sokoloff, Sonia Sorel, James Westerfield, Nydia Westman (as "Mlle. Gabrielle, Madwoman of St. Sulpice"), Estelle Winwood. Replacement actors [during Belasco Theatre run]: Jacques Aubuchon (as "One of the Press Agents/The Sewer-Man"), Paul Byron (as "One of the Prospectors"), Jonathan Harris (as "The President"), Kermit Kegley (as "One of the Press Agents"), Ralph Roberts (as "One of the Press Agents"), Fay Roope (as "The Broker"), Archie Smith (as "The Deaf Mute"), Louis Sorin (as "The Prospector"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Note: Filmed by Commonwealth United Entertainment [distributed by Warner Bros.] as The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969).

(1955). Stage Play: Deadfall. Melodrama. Written by Leonard Lee. Directed by Michael Gordon. Holiday Theatre: 27 Oct 1955- 12 Nov 1955 (20 performances). Cast: Leslie Barrett, Shiela Bond, Clarence Derwent (as "Harry Dietzler"), Joanne Dru, Theo Goetz, Sam Grey, Paul Huber, John Ireland, Jay Jostyn, Mercer McLeod, Norman Rose, Harold Vermilyea. Produced by Martin Goodman, in association with Julius M. Gordon.

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