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The Fan (1921). Satire. Book adapted by Pitts Duffield. Based on the French play by Robert de Flers and Gaston Armand De Caillavet. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Punch and Judy Theatre: 3 Oct 1921- Oct 1921 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Margaret Dumont (as "Madame Oviedo"), Jackson Dunn (as "Pierre"), Harold Heaton (as "Jacques de Landeve"), Horace James (as "Monsieur Oviedo"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Germaine de Landeve"), Ian Maclaren (as "François Trevoux"), Rosalie Mathieu (as "Therese"), Beatrice Miller (as "Blanch Bertier"), J.A. Osborne (as "Michel"), Hilda Spong (as "Giselle Vaudrey"), Frank Sylvester (as "Garin-Miclaux"), Edward H. Wever (as "Marc d'Arnot").

Go Easy, Mabel (1922). Musical comedy. Book by Charles George. Lyrics by Charles George. Music by Charles George. Musical Director: Ross Mobley. Directed by Bertram Harrison and Julian Alfred. Longacre Theatre: 8 May 1922- 20 May 1922 (16 performances). Cast: Eileen Adaire (as "Girl"), Arthur Aylesworth (as "George Macdonald"), Lucille Constant (as "Girl"), Will J. Deming (as "Ted Sparks"), Margaret Dumont (as "Mrs. Edward Drenton"), Grace Duncan (as "Girl"), Evelyn Gerald (as "Girl"), Sonya Ivanoff (as "Girl"), Ethel Levey (as "Mabel Montmorency"), Russell Mack (as "Bruce Drenton"), James C. Marlowe (as "Edward Drenton"), Virginia Roche (as "Girl"), Eileen Van Biene (as "Tessie Claire"), Victoria White (as "Girl"), Beatrice Wilson (as "Girl"), Sue Wilson (as "Girl"), Estelle Winwood (as "Mabel Sparks"). Produced by Hudson Productions Company, Inc.

(1923) Stage: Appeared in "The Rise of Rosie O'Reilly" on Broadway. Musical comedy.

(1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Dwight Allen") in "The Fourflusher" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Caesar Dunn. Apollo Theatre: 13 Apr 1925-1 Jun 1925 (56 performances). Cast: Louise Allen, Spencer Charters (as "Ira Whittaker"), George Dill, Charles N. Greene, Eugene MacGregor, Russell Mack, Sue MacManamy, Gertrude Moran, John Daly Murphy (as "Horace Riggs"), Edward Poynter, Nan Sunderland, John M. Washburn. Produced by Mack Hilliard.

(1925). Stage Play: The Cocoanuts. Musical comedy. Music by Irving Berlin. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by George S. Kaufman. Additional text by Morrie Ryskind. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Frank Tours, Maurice De Packh, Stephen Jones and Louis Katzman. Scenic Design by Woodman Thompson. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Musical Staging by Sammy Lee. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Lyric Theatre: 8 Dec 1925- 7 Aug 1926 (276 performances). Cast: Chico Marx (as "Willie the Wop"), Groucho Marx (as "Henry W. Schlemmer"), Harpo Marx (as "Silent Sam"), Zeppo Marx (as "Jamison"), Jack Barker, The Breens (as "Specialty"), Lehman Byck, Grace Carroll, Kitty Clay, Beatrice Coniff, Ted Daniels, Billie Davis, Eugene Day, Antonio De Marco, Nina De Marco, Billy DeWolf, Margaret Dumont (as "Mrs. Potter"), Xela Edwards, Roberta Haines, Georgie Hale (as "Eddie"), Rella Harrison, Madeline Janis, Peggy Jones, Mildred Kelly, Evelyn Kermin, Charles Knowlton, Andre Lapue, Maude Lydiate, Lionel Maclyn, Frances Mallory, Liane Mamet, Philip Mann, Juan Marlow, Maxine Marshall, Helen Martin, Mat Matus, Virginia McCune, Adele McHatton, Nesha Medwin, Eleanor Meeker, Bonnie Murray, Marjorie Murray, Hazel Patterson, Jessie Payne, Elsie Pedrick, Gladys Pender, Nancy Phillips, Florence Regan, Jerome Robertson, Maxine Robinson, Basil Ruysdael, Bernice Speer, Hazel Stille, Sybil Stuart, Janet Velie, Jerry White, Henry Whittemore, Beryle Williams, Billie Williams, Frances Williams, Mabel Withee. Produced by Sam Harris.

(1927). Stage Play: The Cocoanuts. Musical comedy (revival). Music/lyrics by Irving Berlin. Additional text by Morrie Ryskind. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Frank Tours, Maurice De Packh, Stephen Jones and Louis Katzman. Scenic Design by Woodman Thompson. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Musical Staging by Sammy Lee. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Century Theatre: 16 May 1927-28 May 1927 (16 performances). Cast: Harold Abbey (as "Ensemble"), Jack Barker (as "Robert Adams"), Hazel Barnes (as "Ensemble"), Vivian Bartlett (as "Ensemble"), Anna Bell (as "Ensemble"), Marion Benda (as "Ensemble"), David Breen (as "Eddie"), The Brox Sisters (as "Specialty Act"), Muriel Buck (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Caldwell (as "Ensemble"), Rita Carita (as "Ensemble"), Edna Caton (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Clark (as "Ensemble"), Phyllis Cleveland (as "Polly Potter"), Gertrude Cole (as "Ensemble"), Warren Crosby (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Dumont (as "Mrs. Potter"), Betty Frisby (as "Ensemble"), Fred Greggor (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), Lebanon Hoffa (as "Ensemble"), Eleanor Hopkins (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Huff (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Knight (as "Ensemble"), Rosita Kyle (as "Ensemble"), Lotti Lee (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Lee (as "Ensemble"), Frances Mallory (as "Ensemble"), Philip Mann (as "Ensemble"), Jerry Marlow (as "Ensemble"), Juan Marlow (as "Ensemble"), Chico Marx (as "Willie the Wop"), Groucho Marx (as "Henry W. Schlemmer"), Harpo Marx (as "Silent Sam"), Zeppo Marx (as "Jamison"), Mat Matus (as "Ensemble"), Mary Meys (as "Ensemble"), Verdi Miller (as "Ensemble"), Essie Moore (as "Ensemble"), Crystal Moray (as "Ensemble"), Mary Nesi (as "Ensemble"), Philip Porterfield (as "Ensemble"), Beverly Raynor (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Riley (as "Ensemble"), Jerome Robertson (as "Ensemble"), Basil Ruysdael (as "Hennessey"), Wilfred Shepard (as "Ensemble"), Sybil Steward (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Sweatman (as "Ensemble/The DeMarcos Specialty"), Louise Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Emma Tuerfs (as "Ensemble"), Janet Velie (as "Penelope Martin"), Hazel Vernon (as "Ensemble"), Henry Whittemore Harvey Yates"), Jerry Whyte Ensemble"), Frances Williams (as "Frances Williams"). Produced by Sam Harris.

(1928). Stage Play: Animal Crackers. Musical comedy. Material by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. Music and lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Musical Direction by Russell Markert. Directed by Oscar Eagle. 44th Street Theatre: 23 Oct 1928- 6 Apr 1929 (191 performances). Cast: Bernice Ackerman, Albert Amato, Ivena Baker, Jack Bauer, Allan Blair, Billie Blake, Hazel Boffinger, William Bradley, Cleo Brown, Muriel Buck, Mildred Burkhardt, Helene Cambridge, Gertrude Cole, Annette Davies, Kay Donegan, Margaret Dumont (as "Mrs. Rittenhouse"), John Elliott, Walton Ford, Helen Fowble, Janice Glenn, Alyse Green, Robert Greig, Mildred Hatfield, Gerry Hoffman, Gypsy Hollis, Margaret Irving, Genevieve Kent, Arthur Lipson, Dorothy Knowlton, Jewel LaKota, Preston Lewis, Serrita Lorraine, Dorothy Marmon, Maxine Marshall, Chico Marx (as "Emanuel Ravelli"), Groucho Marx (as "Captain Spalding"), Harpo Marx (as "The Professor"), Zeppo Marx (as "Jamison"), Bert Mathews, Eleanor McCabe, Florine Meyers, Virginia Meyers, Lucille Milam, Marcelle Miller, Louise Mills, Marie Musselle, Irma Nicholas, Pat O'Keefe, Mary O'Rourke, Hermes Pan (as "Ensemble"), Harry Pederson, Bobbie Perkins, Patricia Pursley, Marty Rhiele, Aileen Shaw, Helene Sheldon, Erma Shy, Louis Sorin (as "Roscoe W. Chandler"), Virginia Stone, Audrey Volmer, Florence Wall, George Wallace, Milton Watson, Alpha Wellemkotter, Frances Wise, Thelma Witzig, Alice Wood, Jessica Worth, Edward Young. Produced by Sam Harris. Note: Filmed as Animal Crackers (1930).

(1932). Stage Play: Tell Her the Truth. Musical/farce. Music by Jack Waller and Joseph Tunbridge. Based on a book by R.P. Weston (also lyrics, with Bert Lee). Directed by Morris Green and Henry Thomas. Cort Theatre: 28 Oct 1932- 5 Nov 1932 (11 performances). Cast: Hobart Cavanaugh (as "Maclean"), Edith Davis, Bertha Donn, Margaret Dumont (as "Mrs. Ralston") [final Broadway role], Lillian Emerson, Dorothy Essig, William Frawley, Louise Kirkland, May Muth, Muriel Muth, Lou Parker, John Sheehan, Andrew Tombes, Raymond Walburn, Thelma White. Produced by Tillie Leblang and Morris Green.

(1953) Unsold pilot: Appeared with Rudy Vallee in a sitcom pilot for NBC called "Our Uncle Dudley".


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