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(1906- 1945). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1906). Stage Play: Brown of Harvard.

(1910). Stage Play: Mr. Buttles. Written by Frederic Arnold Krummer. Weber's Music Hall: 20 Jan 1910- Jan 1910 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Charles Alexander, Minnette Barrett, Catherine Doucet (credited as Catherine Calhoun), Olive Terry Carrington, Evelyn Carter, Charles Cary, Cyril Chadwick, Scott Cooper, Helen Orr Daly, Henry E. Dixey, Frank Goldsmith, Charles Hayne, Jeffreys Lewis, W.C. Reynier, Helene Wilson.

(1911). Stage Play: Modern Marriage.

(1912). Stage Play: Monsieur Beaucaire (Revival). Written by Booth Tarkington and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland [posthumous credit]. Daly's Theatre: 11 May 1912- 4 May 1912 (64 performances). Cast: Herbert Ayling, Lewis Broughton, Catherine Doucet [credited as Catherine Calhoun], Henry Carvill, Edith Charteris, Essex Dane, Reginald Dane, J. Malcolm Dunn, Elwin Eaton [credited as Elwyn Eaton], Rupert Julian, Dorothy Lane, Alice May, Henry Stanford, Vincent Sternroyd, Lewis Waller, Frank Wolfe. Produced by Lewis Waller. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Monte Carlo (1930) as a Jeanette MacDonald vehicle, and as Monsieur Beaucaire (1924), A Gentleman of France (1905), Monsieur Beaucaire (1946).

(1912). Stage Play: The Model.

(1914). Stage Play: What It Means to a Woman.

(1917). Stage Play: The Silent Assertion. Written by Butler Davenport. Bramhall Playhouse: 8 Dec 1917- Jan 1918 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Catherine Doucet, Margaret Campbell, Butler Davenport, Paul Doucet, Edwin Dupont, Charles Edwards, Nathan Glassberg, Philip Glassberg, Emily Stavers. Produced by The Bramhall Players.

(1920). Stage Play: Miss Lulu Bett. Comedy. Written by Zona Gale. Directed by Brock Pemberton. Belmont Theatre: 27 Dec 1920- Jun 1921 (closing date unknown/196 performances). Cast: Jack Bohn, Louise Closser Hale (as "Mrs. Bett"), Catherine Doucet (as "Ina Deacon"), William E. Holden, Carroll McComas (as "Lulu Bett"), Willard Robertson, Brigham Royce, Lois Shore, Beth Varden. Produced by Brock Pemberton.

(1922). Stage Play: Dolly Jordan. Romance. Written by B. Iden Payne. Daly's 63rd Street Theatre: 3 Oct 1922- Oct 1922 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Langhorne Burton, Reginald Carrington, Denise Corday, Catherine Doucet (as "Mrs. Smith"), Charles Esdale, Alphonse Ethier, Shirley Gale, Amelia Gardner, Whitford Kane, Burdette Kappes, Vernon Kelso (as "Mr. Richard Ford"), Kevitt Manton, Jill Middleton, Hartley Power, Walter Ringham, John Rogers, Georgie Ryan, Harold Schaughency, Josephine Victor. Produced by John Cort.

(1923). Stage Play: Cold Feet. Farce. Written by Frederick J. Jackson and Pierre Gendron. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Fulton Theatre: 21 May 1923- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Dr. Harry Nolles"), Annette Bade (as "Coralie Prentice"), Louis D'Arclay (as "Count Louis De La Tour"), Catherine Doucet (as "Diana Ainsley"), John T. Doyle (as "George Prentice"), Beth Martin (as "Audry Stanton"), Gay Pendleton (as "Jack Prentice"), Leighton Stark (as "Kelly"), May Vokes (as "Sophie"). Produced by Biltmore Producing Co. Inc.

(1923). Stage Play: The Potters. Comedy.

(1925). Stage Play: Louie the 14th. Musical comedy. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Based on material and lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Based on a German play by Paul Frank and Julius Wilhelm. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Scenic Design by Gretl Urban. Directed by Edward Royce. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 3 Mar 1925- 5 Dec 1925 (319 performances). Cast: Mabel Baade (as "Ensemble"), Al Baron (as "Spud/Ensemble"), Lee Baron (as "Ensemble"), Ida Barry (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Behrens (as "Ensemble"), Marguerite Boatwright (as "Ensemble"), Louise Brooks (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Brown (as "Ensemble"), Louis Casavant (as "The Major Domo"), Lawrence Chrow (as "Ensemble"), Joan Clement (as "Ensemble"), Vera Colburn (as "Ensemble"), Norman Colvin (as "Ensemble"), Walter Costello (as "Ensemble"), Jack Cronin (as "Ensemble"), Warren Crosby (as "Ensemble"), Morton Croswell (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Dahm (as "Ensemble"), Lilyan Dawn (as "Ensemble"), Simone De Bouvier (as "Marie Pochard"), Agatha DeBussy (as "Ensemble"), Anna May Denehy (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Dickerson (as "Ensemble"), Carmine DiGiovanni (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Doucet [credited as Catherine Calhoun Doucet] (as "Madame Trapmann"), J.W. Doyle (as "Paul Trapmann"), Edouard Durand (as "Francois Pochard") [final Broadway role], Leon Errol (as "Louie Ketchup"), Ruth Fallows (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Fears (as "Ensemble"), Harry Fender (as "Captain William Brent, A.E.F"), John Fluco (as "Ensemble"), Neel Francis (as "Ensemble"), Florentine Gosnova (as "Florentine"), Frederick Graham (as "The Village Cure/Dominique Dindon"), Camille Griffith (as "Ensemble"), Sam Guncharoff (as "Ensemble"), Helen Haines (as "Ensemble"), Ned Hamlin (as "Ensemble"), A. Havrilla (as "Bob/Ensemble"), Haal Hennessy (as "Ensemble"), Helen Herendeen (as "Ensemble"), Owen Hervey (as "Ensemble"), Alfred James (as "General Chanson/Aristide Brissac"), Maryland Jarbeau (as "Ensemble"), Edna Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Kelly (as "Ensemble"), Therese Kelly (as "Ensemble"), Teddy King (as "Ensemble"), Virginia King (as "Ensemble"), Leslie Kingdon (as "Ensemble"), Albert Kouiznetzoff (as "Ensemble"), Marie Lambert (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Langhorne (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Law (as "Evelyn"), Jack Leahy (as "Ensemble"), Nyo Lee (as "Ensemble"), Rona Lee (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Lertora (as "Captain Gallifet"), Dorothy Lesley (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Littlefield (as "Ensemble"), Jessie Madison (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Mason (as "Patricia Brent"), Charles Mast (as "Sergeant A.E.F./Bill"), William May (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude McDonald (as "Ensemble"), Lelia McGuire (as "Ensemble"), Milek and Kindl (as "Specialty Dancers"), Murray Minehart (as "Ensemble"), Robert Moan (as "Ensemble"), Lucy Monroe (as "Ensemble"), Betty Nevins (as "Ensemble"), Fern Oakley (as "Ensemble"), Florence O'Neill (as "Ensemble"), Consuelo Owens (as "Ensemble"), Doris Patston (as "Colette de Cassagnac"), George Plank (as "Ensemble"), Richard Powell (as "Ensemble"), Anastasia Reilly (as "Ensemble"), Helen Reinecke (as "Ensemble"), Carl Rose (as "Ensemble"), Jack Rouger (as "Ensemble"), Moris Rubin (as "Ensemble"), Elonora Ruggeri (as "Ensemble"), Louise Scott (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Selden (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Shutta (as "Gabrielle Trapmann"), Al Small (as "Ensemble"), Pearl Sodders (as "Ensemble"), Allen Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Mabelle Swor (as "Ensemble"), Frank Vonne (as "Ensemble"), Judith Vosselli (as "The Comptesse de Bellac"), Morris Wagman (as "Ensemble"), Hugh Wakefield (as "Major the Hon. Harold Byngham, D.S.C, M.C."), Robert Walker (as "Ensemble"), Billy Walsh (as "Ensemble"), Julia Warren (as "Ensemble"), Claire Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Jean Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Lorraine Webb (as "Ensemble"), Al Wyatt (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1926). Stage Play: Devil in the Cheese. Comedy. Written by Tom Cushing. Directed by Charles Hopkins. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 29 Dec 1926- May 1927 (closing date unknown/157 performances). Cast: Hooper Bunch (as "A Gorilla"), Catherine Doucet (as "Mrs. Quigley"), Dwight Frye (as "Dr. Pointell Jones"), Joseph Hazel, Frank Norman Hearn, Bela Lugosi (as "Father Petros"), Earl MacDonald, Fredric March (as "Jimmie Chard"), Robert McWade (as "Mr. Quigley"), George Riddell, Linda Watkins. Produced by Charles Hopkins.

(1927). Stage Play: The Royal Family. Comedy.

(1928). Stage Play: The Perfect Alibi. Comedy. Written by A.A. Milne. Assistant Director: William Keighley. Directed by Charles Hopkins. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 27 Nov 1928- Jul 1928 (closing date unknown/255 performances). Cast: Harry Beresford (as "P.C. Mallet"), H. Langdon Bruce, Alan Bunce (as "Jimmy Ludgrove"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Sergeant Mallet"), Carson Davenport (as "Adams"), Catherine Doucet (as "Mrs. Fulverton-Fane"), Richie Ling (as "Edward P. Carter"), Mary Newham-Davis, Ivan Simpson, Ernest Stallard, Vivian Tobin (as "Susan Cunningham"). Produced by Charles Hopkins and W

(1929). Stage Play: Dynamo.


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