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(1914- 1944). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1901). Stage Play: The Liberty Belles. Musical comedy. Additional music by John W. Bratton, Clifton Crawford, Aimee Lachaume, Harry von Tilzer, A. Baldwin Sloane, Louis F. Gottschalk, William J. Accooe and Mae Anwerda Sloane. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Aimee Lachaume. Additional lyrics by George V. Hobart, Walter Ford, Irving Claxton and Clifton Crawford. Hoyt's Theatre (moved to the Grand Opera House on 19 Jan 1902 to close): 30 Sep 1901- Jan 1902 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: Edith Barr, Bobby Burns, Atta Butler, Nat C. Cafferty, Crissie Carlisle, Harry Davenport, Lotta Faust, Elsie Ferguson (as "Maria Morris") [Broadway debut], Harry Gilfoil, Augusta Glose, Edna Hunter, Violet Jewell, Grace Kimball (as "Edith May"), Dorothy Lester, Helene Lucas, D. Mack Lumsden, Esther Lyons, J.C. Marlowe, Louise Middleton, Sandol Milliken, Marie Murphy, Edward Pooley, Katherine Roberts, John Slavin, Margaret Walker. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1902). Stage Play: The Wild Rose. Musical comedy. Music by Ludwig Englander. Book by Harry B. Smith and George V. Hobart. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and George V. Hobart. Musical Direction by Frederic Solomon. Featuring songs with lyrics by William H. Penn, Ren Shields [earliest Broadway credit] and Clifton Crawford. Additional lyrics by William Jerome, Junie McCree, Cecil Mack, John Gilroy and Vincent Bryan. Additional music by Harry Linton, Will Marion Cook, Harry von Tilzer, Ben Jerome, Melville Ellis and Jean Schwartz. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge. Costume Design by Caroline Seidle. Dances arranged by Adolph Neuberger. Directed by George W. Lederer. Knickerbocker Theatre: 5 May 1902- 30 Aug 1902 (136 performances). Cast: Madge Adae (as "Diane D'Ivry"), Marion Alexander (as "La Boulotte"), George Ali (as "Baby"), Neva Aymer (as "Michelline"), Theresa Barron (as "Lena"), David Bennett (as "Lieutenant Marcel de Talleyrand-Perigord"), Irene Bentley (as "Rose Romany"), Irene Bishop (as "Fanchonette"), William Wallace Black (as "Count von Lahn/Scipio"), Minna Blackman (as "Lisa"), Madge Brooks (as "La Radieuse"), Marie Cahill (as "Vera von Lahn"), Viola Carlstedt (as "Lieutenant Goetz"), Marguerite Clark (as "Lieutenant Gaston Gardennes"), Ma Belle Davis (as "Cigale"), Louise De Rigney (as "Lieutenant Bourbon"), Belva Don Kersley (as "Germinie"), Teddie DuCoe (as "Gretchen"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Philomele"), Evelyn Florence (as "Vashti"), Mazie Follette (as "Petite Singe"), Edwin Foy (as "Paracelsus Noodles"), Ida Gabrielle (as "Rafael"), Archie Guerin (as "Fritz"), Averell Harris (as "Lieutenant Walther"), Albert Hart (as "Mahomet"), Charles Hooker (as "Lieutenant Pierre de Rastignac"), Helga Howard (as "Beppo"), Ethel Jewett (as "La Joyeuse"), Louis Kelso (as "Lieutenant Henri St. Bris"), Elba Kenny (as "Lieutenant Charlevoix"), Richard Lambert (as "Major Hauptmann"), V.H. Lee (as "Lieutenant Conrad"), David Lythgoe (as "Rudolph von Walden"), Hazel Manchester (as "Barbara"), Madge Marston (as "Eve Bonheur"), Junie McCree (as "Victor Hugo de Brie"), Rube Miller (as "Lieutenant Franz von Richter"), Charles Morton (as "Lieutenant Leopold"), E.H. O'Connor (as "Aristotle"), Carrie E. Perkins (as "Mirabel"), Nina Randall (as "La Rouleuse"), Mollie Sherwood (as "Rosalie"), Maida Van Buren (as "Rigolette"), Mai Walker (as "Lieutenant Drachenfels"). Produced by George W. Lederer.

(1902). Stage Play: The New Clown. Farce. Written by H.M. Paull. Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt. Directed by Joseph Humphries. Garrick Theatre: 25 Aug 1902- Sep 1902 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Harrison Armstrong, Frederick E. Bean, Jessie Busley, Thomas Davis, Ralph Delmore, Helen Douglas, Elsie Ferguson, Jameson Lee Finney, C.J. Garrigan, Margaret Gordon, Leonore Harris, George S. Irving, Blanche Landers, Carrie Landers, Inez Marcel, Beatrice Burton Morgan, Maud Raymond, May Seeley, Winchell Smith [Broadway debut], Frederick Spencer, Caroline Starbuck, Alexander Taylor, Julius Witmark. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1903). Stage Play: The Girl from Kay's. Musical. Music by Ivan Caryll. Additional numbers by Clare Kummer [earliest Broadway credit], Maurice J. Stonehill, Paul Rubens, Adrian Ross, Claude Aveling, J. Hickory Wood, Howard Talbot, Percy Greenbank, Bernard Rolt, Cecil Cook, Ernest Bucalossi and A.D. Cammeyer. Book by Owen Hall. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Herald Square Theatre (recessed during summer of 1904 and moved to The Grand Opera House from 20 Mar 1905 to close): 2 Nov 1903- Mar 1905 (closing date unknown/231 performances). Cast: Elise Barney (as "Hilda French"), Sam Bernard, Vera Cameron, Mabel Clarke, Harry Davenport, Paul Decker, Belva Don Kersley, Marie Doro (as "Nancy Lowley"), Teddie DuCoe, Grace Dudley, Elsie Ferguson (as "Clara Butler"), Grace Freeman, Maud Granger (as "Mrs. Chalmers"), Homer Granville (as "Theodore Quench"), May Harding, Leonore Harris, Emil Heusel, Ernest Lambart, Maurice Lavigne, Margaret Malcolm, Sadie Peters, Lillian Seville, Winchell Smith (as "Joseph"), George R. Sprague, Olive Ullrich, Hattie Williams, Blanche Wood. Produced by Charles Frohman with George Edwardes-Hall.

(1904). Stage Play: The Second Fiddle. Comedy. Written by Gordon Blake. Criterion Theatre: 21 Nov 1904- Dec 1904 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Mary Bacon, Bertie Bertrand, Marie Bingham, Charles Dade, Thomas Davies, Gertrude Doremus, Gertrude Douglas, Elsie Ferguson, Irene Frizzell, George Gaston, May Grant, William Hassan, Ethel Howe, H. Lobdell, Percy Lyndal, Louis Mann, Dorothy Revelle, R. Saito, Edward See, Virginia Vorhees, John Wallace, Georgia Welles, H. Williamson. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1905). Stage Play: Miss Dolly Dollars. Muscial comedy. Music by Victor Herbert. Material by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music orchestrated by Victor Herbert. Musical Direction by Antonio DeNovellis. Directed by Al Holbrook. Knickerbocker Theatre: (moved to The New Amsterdam Theatre from 16 Oct 1905- close): 4 Sep 1905- 21 Oct 1905 (112 performances). Cast: Beatrice Anderson, John Ardizone, Leila Benton, Charles Bradshaw, Mildred Cecil, Marion Chase, Carter DeHaven (as "Guy Gay"), Elizabeth Doddridge, Elsie Ferguson, Joseph Frohoff, Lulu Glaser, Minerva Hall, Sidney A. Harris, Carl Hartberg, Ralph Herz (as "Finney Doolittle"), Queenie Hewlitt, Bessie Holbrook, Edward Leahy, James Leahy, Helen Marlborough, Olive Murray, William Naughton, Byron Ongley, Enrico Oremonte, Susanne Parker, Carrie Perkins, Sadie Probst, James Reany, Aline Redmond, Elsa Reinhardt, L.F. Sampson, Lillian Spencer, Melville Stuart, Lillie Van Arsdale, Henry Vogel, Vida Whitmore, Gladys Zell. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1906). Stage Play: Julie Bonbon. Romance. Written by Clara Lipman. Lew M. Fields Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre from 9 Apr 1906- close): 1 Jan 1906- 15 Apr 1906 (106 performances). Cast: Anthony Asher, Kitty Barry, Gaston Bell, Beatrice Bertrand, Ray Beveridge, Wyrley Birch [Broadway debut], William 'Stage' Boyd [Broadway debut], Meredith G. Brown, Edna Carroll, Mary Cecil [Broadway debut], Mr. Cloudman, Mr. Douglas, James Durkin [Broadway debut], Miss Edwards, Elsie Ferguson, Maggie Fielding, Katie Gillman, Dora Goldthwaite, Miss Hager, James Helton[only Broadway role], Percy Helton [Broadway debut], Miss Howland, Mr. Jones, J. Harry Knowles, Louise Laroux, Amy Lesser, Clara Lipman (as "Julie Bonbon"), Alice Loeber, Muriel MacArthur, Mr. Maley, Louis Mann, Marjorie Maxwell, Miss Miller, George Pauncefort, Alexandra Phillips, Edward Pierce, Otis Sheridan, R. Siato, W. Thornton Simpson, Mr. Smith, Miss Tracy, Mr. Walton, Jules Weitler, Sam White.

(1906). Stage Play: Brigadier Gerard. Comedy. Written by Arthur Conan Doyle. Directed by William Seymour. Savoy Theatre: 5 Nov 1906- 19 Nov 1906 (16 performances). Cast: H. Kyrle Bellew (as "Brigadier Gerard"), Frank Connor, Ida Conquest, Thomas W. Davis, Del De Louis, Elsie Ferguson, Daniel Francis, Hayward Ginn, Kenrick Hall, Henry Harmon (as "Talleyrand"), Menifee Johnstone, George Lestocq, Sidney C. Mather, A.W. Neuendorf, Guy Nichols, Frank Pierce, A.G. Poulton (as "Napoleon"), Paul Scardon, Lawrence Smith, George S. Stevens, Cyril Young. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham under an arrangement with Charles Frohman.

(1908). Stage Play: Pierre of the Plains. Drama. Written by Edgar Selwyn. Based on "Pierre and His People" by Gilbert Parker. Hudson Theatre: 12 Oct 1908- Nov 1908 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Harrison Armstrong, Grace Cleveland, Walter Craven, Paul Dickey, Elsie Ferguson, George Schaeffer, Edward Sherman, Scott Siggins, Richard Sterling, Clifford Stork, Fred Turner. Produced by Henry B. Harris. Note: Filmed by All Star Feature Film Corp. as Pierre of the Plains (1914), by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Heart of the Wilds (1918), and by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Pierre of the Plains (1942).

(1908). Stage Play: The Battle. Drama. Written by Cleveland Moffett. Savoy Theatre: 21 Dec 1908- Apr 1909 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: H.B. Warner (as "Phillip"), Charles S. Abbe, Elsie Ferguson, Gerald Griffin, E.M. Holland, Wilton Lackaye (as "John J. Haggleton"), Olive McVine, Miltern Pollock, Josephine Victor, Emily Wurster. Produced by Liebler & Co. Note: Filmed as The Money Master (1915).

(1909). Stage Play: Such a Little Queen. Comedy. Written by Channing Pollock. Directed by Frank Keenan. Hackett Theatre: 31 Aug 1909- Nov 1909 (closing date unknown/103 performances). Cast: George Barnum (as "Baron Cosaca"), Gertrude Barrett (as "Cora Fitzgerald"), Francis Byrne (as "Robert Trainor"), William Cahan (as "Messenger"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Anna Victoria"), Frank Gilmore (as "Stephen IV"), Louis R. Grisel (as "Nathaniel Quigg"), Menifee Johnstone (as "General Myrza"), Arthur A. Klein (as "Colonel Haupt"), Eleanor Lawson (as "Elizabeth Lauman"), Marion Little (as "Margaret Donnelly"), A.W. Neuendorf (as "Prince Niklas"), Jessie Ralph (as "Mary"), Ralph Stuart (as "Adolph Lauman"), Kraft Walton (as "Count Mavichec"), Stanley G. Wood (as "Harry Sherman"). Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1910). Stage Play: Caste (Revival). Written by T.W. Robertson [credited as Thomas William Robertson]. Directed by Graham Browne. Empire Theatre: 25 Apr 1910- Jun 1910 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Edwin Arden, Elsie Ferguson, Edgar Franklin, G.P. Huntley, Maud Milton, Julian Royce, Marie Tempest. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1911). Stage Play: The First Lady in the Land. Written by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger. Gaiety Theatre: 4 Dec 1911- Jan 1912 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Elsie Ferguson (as "Mrs. Todd"), Helen Bond, William David, Florence Edney, Margaret Gordon, Clarence Handyside, Maud Hosford, Luke Martin, Beatrice Noyes, Georgette Passedoit, Frederick Perry (as "Aaron Burr'), John Prescott, Lowell Sherman' (as "James Madison"), Edward Stewart, David Todd, Lawrence Windom. Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1913). Stage Play: Rosedale (Revival). Written by Lester Wallack. Lyric Theatre: 18 Apr 1913- May 1913 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Charles Cherry (as "Elliott Grey"), Stephen Davis, Elsie Ferguson, Alice Fisher (as "Tabitha"), Della Fox (as "Sarah Sykes"), Frank Gilmore (as "Matthew Leigh"), John Glendinning, Harry Hadfield, J.W. Hartman, Jobyna Howland (as "Lady Florence May"), Leslie Kenyon, Paula Ludlum, Earl Mitchell, Edith Warren, Robert Warwick (as "Miles McKenna"), George Williams, George Wokfe. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: Arizona. Written by Augustus E. Thomas. Lyric Theatre: 28 Apr 1913- Jun 1913 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Alma Bradley, Oliver Doud Byron, Jennie Dickerson, John Drury, Dustin Farnum [final Broadway role], William Farnum, Elsie Ferguson, Harry S. Hadfield, Walter Hale, J.W. Hartman, Chrystal Herne, John Herne, Rapley Holmes, George O'Donnell, Vincent Serrano, Phyllis Young. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: The Strange Woman. Written by William Hurlbut. Lyceum Theatre (moved to The Gaiety Theatre 22 Dec 1913- Close): 17 Nov 1913- unknown (88 performances). Cast: Annie Buckley, Lois Frances Clark, Hugh Dillman, Alphonse Ethier, Elsie Ferguson (as "Inez"), Otto F. Hoffman, Sarah McVicker, Georgie Drew Mendum, Mrs. Felix Morris, Sara Von Leer (as "Mama Hemingway"), Charles Waldron (as "John Hemingway"), Frances Whitehouse. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1914). Stage Play: Outcast. Written by Hubert Henry Davies. Lyceum Theatre: 2 Nov 1914- Mar 1915 (closing date unknown/168 performances). Cast: J. Woodall Birde (as "Tony Hewlett"), Charles Cherry (as "Geoffrey Sherwood"), Nell Compton (as "Maid"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Miriam"), Warburton Gamble (as "Hugh Brown"), Marguerite Leslie (as "Valentine"), Anne Meredith (as "Nelly Essex"), Leslie Palmer (as "Taylor"). Produced by Charles Frohman and Klaw & Erlanger.

(1916). Stage Play: Margaret Schiller. Written by Hall Caine. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to The Empire Theatre from 13 Mar 1916- Close): 31 Jan 1916- unknown (72 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Grace Carlyle, Horton Cooper, Paul Doucet, Fred Esmelton, Elsie Ferguson, Warburton Gamble, Runa Hodges, Gareth Hughes, David Kimball, Leslie Palmer, Douglas Patterson, Marie Reichardt, Lewis Sealy, Eleanor Seybolt, Norman Trevor. Produced by Charles Frohman, Inc. and Klaw & Erlanger.

(1916). Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. New Amsterdam Theatre: 8 May 1916- May 1916 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Claude Beerbohm. George A. Carr, Walter Douglas, Elsie Ferguson (as "Portia, an heiress in Belmont"), Edward A. Forbes, Gerald Hamer, Lyn Harding, George Hayes, Henry Herbert, Cecil King, Schuyler Ladd, Julian L'Estrange, Eric Maxon, Douglas Ross, Alfred Shirley, James Smythe, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender"), Craig Ward.

(1916). Stage Play: Shirley Kaye. Written by Hulbert Footner. Hudson Theatre: 25 Dec 1916- Mar 1917 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: George Backus, Lee Baker, Corinne Barker, Victor Benoit, Kitty Brown, Ronald Byram, Helen Erskine, Elsie Ferguson, William Holden, William Lennox, Mrs. Jacques Martin, Douglas Patterson, Ethel Winthrop, Lawrence Wood. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger. Note: Filmed by Clara Kimball Young Film Corporation [distributed by Select Pictures Corporation] as Shirley Kaye (1917) [considered lost as of Jul 2014].

(1916). Stage Play: Sacred and Profane Love. Drama. Written by Arnold Bennett. Directed by B. Iden Payne. Morosco Theatre: 23 Feb 1920- May 1920 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Katherine Brook (as "Emmeline Palmer"), Romaine Callender (as "Snape"), Denise Corday (as "Leonie"), Renee De Monvil (as "Rosalie"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Carlotta Peel"), Susan Given (as "A Parlor Maid"), Peggy Harvey (as "Jocelyn Sardis"), Agusta Haviland (as "Mrs. Joicey"), Bertha Kent (as "Louisa Benbow"), Maud Milton (as "Marie Sardis"), Olive Oliver (as "Mary Ispenlove"), Alexander Onslow (as "Frank Ispenlove"), José Ruben (as "Emilio Diaz"), J. Sebastian Smith (as "Lord Francis Alcar"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

(1921). Stage Play: The Varying Shore. Drama. Written by Zoe Akins. Directed by Sam Forrest. Hudson Theatre: 5 Dec 1921- Feb 1921 (closing date unknown/66 performances). Cast: Charles Baldwin (as "Tom (2)"), Donald Bethune (as "Tom (1)"), James Crane (as "Joe Leland"), Blythe Daly (as "Kitty"), Herbert Evans (as "An Englishman"), Paul Everton (as "Garreth Treadway"), Elsie Ferguson (as "The Ghost of Madame Leland/Madame Leland/Julie Venable), Charles Francis (as "Larry Sturgis"), Harris Gilmore (as "Roger") [Broadway debut], Sylvia Gough (as "Laura"), Norman Houston (as "William Blevins"), Wright Kramer (as "Governor Venable"), Clyde North (as "Vernon Baird"), Geraldine O'Brien (as "Hester"), Rollo Peters (as "Richard/John Garrison"), Margot Rieman (as "Marie"), Maidel Turner (as "Mrs. Venable"). Produced by Sam H. Harris.

(1921). Stage Play: The Moon-Flower. Written by Zoe Akins. Based on the Hungarian of Lajos Biro. Astor Theatre: 25 Feb 1924- Apr 1924 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Peter"), Edward Broadley (as "Waiter"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Diane"), Hubbard Kirkpatrick (as "Another Waiter"), Edwin Nicander (as "The Baron"), Gustave Rolland (as "Le Maitre d'hôtel"), Frederic Worlock (as "The Duke"). Produced by Charles L. Wagner.

(1924). Stage Play: She Stoops to Conquer. Comedy (revival). Written by Oliver Goldsmith. Scenic design by Norman Bel Geddes. General Stage Manager: Alexander Leftwich. Empire Theatre: 9 Jun 1924- Jun 1924 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews (as "Roger"), Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Stingo") [final Broadway credit], Theodore Babcock (as "Thomas"), Harry Beresford (as "Aminadab"), Frazer Coulter (as "Sir Charles Marlow"), Dudley Digges (as "Squire Hardcastle"), Henry E. Dixey (as "George Bernard Shaw [in Prologue]/Diggory"), Augustin Duncan (as "A Farmer"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Kate Hardcastle"), Ernest Glendinning (as "Tony Lumpkin"), Helen Hayes (as "Constance Neville"), J.M. Kerrigan (as "Slang"), Pauline Lord (as "A Maid"), Paul McAllister, Robert McWade (as "Tom Twist"), John Daly Murphy (as "Dick"), Milton Nobles Jr., Selena Royle (as "A Bar-Maid"), John Davenport Seymour, Effie Shannon (as "Mrs. Hardcastle"), Basil Sydney (as "Young Marlow"), Francis Wilson. Produced by The Players Club. Produced under the direction of William Seymour. Note: One of the most durable (and oldest) productions in Broadway history. Work first performed in 1773, with the first revival mounted in 1861. This was the 5th revival to date.

(1924). Stage Play: Carnival. Written by Ferenc Molnár. Translated by Melville Baker. Directed by Frank Reicher. Cort Theatre: 29 Dec 1924- Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Henry Bloomfield (as "Police Secretary"), Richard Bowler (as "Secret Service Man"), Edith Harding Brown (as "Second Coat Room Woman"), Leo L. Carroll (as "Matyas Oez"), Berton Churchill (as "Sandor Oroszy"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Camilla"), Franklyn Fox (as "A Cavalry Captain"), Anna Gray (as "Liszka"), Basil Hanbury (as "Doorman"), Margaret Hutchins (as "A Girl"), Nicholas Joy (as "Edmund/Police Commissaire"), Kenneth Lawton (as "Lackey"), Stanley Logan (as "Rudolf"), Tom Nesbitt (as "Nicholas Kornady"), Mignon O'Doherty (as "First Coat Room Woman"), Mildred Wall (as "Third Coat Room Woman"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

(1925). Stage Play: The Grand Duchess and the Waiter. Written by Alfred Savoir. Directed by Frank Reicher. Lyceum Theatre: 13 Oct 1925- Nov 1925 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Geraldine Beckwith (as "A Lady"), Elmer Brown (as "Matard"), Lawrence Cecil (as "Cloche/Prince Barovski"), Elsie Ferguson (as "The Grand Duchess Xenia"), E.M. Hast (as "Baron Nikolaieff"), Norma Havey (as "Another Lady"), Olga Lee (as "Henriette"), Paul McAllister (as "The Grand Duke Paul"), Basil Rathbone (as "Albert"), Frank Roberts (as "Another Man"), Alison Skipworth (as "Countess Avaloff"), Ernest Stallard (as "Monsieur Hess"), Olga Tristjansky (as "Baroness Nikolaievna"), Converse Tyler (as "A Man"), Frederic Worlock (as "The Grand Duke Peter"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

(1927). Stage Play: The House of Women. Written by Louis Bromfield. Adapted from "The Green Bay Tree" by Louis Bromfield. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 3 Oct 1927- Nov 1927 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Henry Bascom"), Roberta Bellinger, Curtis Cooksey (as "Arthur Morven"), Elsie Ferguson, Helen Freeman, Julia Jackson, Nance O'Neil. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

(1929). Stage Play: Scarlet Pages. Drama. Written by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. Morosco Theater: 9 Sep 1929- Nov 1929 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Jean Adair, Lee Baker, John Costello, Elsie Ferguson (as "Mary Bancroft"), Jack Fifer, Albert Hall. Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: Filmed by First National Pictures [distributed by Warner Bros.] as Scarlet Pages (1930).

(1943). Stage Play: Outrageous Fortune. Drama. Written by Rose Franken. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Rose Franken. 48th Street Theatre: 3 Nov 1943- 8 Jan 1944 (77 performances). Cast: Elsie Ferguson (as "Crystal Grainger") [final Broadway role], Eduard Franz (as "Dr. Andrew Goldsmith"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Madeleine Harris"), Margaret Hamilton (as "Gertrude"), Adele Longmire (as "Kitty"), Dean Norton (as "Barry Hamilton"), Maria Ouspenskaya (as "Mrs. Harris"), Brent Sargent (as "Julian Harris"), Mabel Taylor (as "Mary"), Frederic Tozere (as "Bert Harris"), Margaret Williams (as "Cynthia"). Produced by William Brown Meloney.


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