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(1925- 1940). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1925). Stage Play: The Sea Woman. Written by Willard Robertson. Directed by William B. Friedlander. Little Theatre: 24 Aug 1925- Sep 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Clyde Fillmore (as "Captain Rodney Donaldson"), Charles Halton (as "Johnny Hickey"), Paul Kelly (as "Charlie Watts"), Rea Martin (as "Pearl"), Roger Pryor (as "Engineer"), Blanche Yurka(as "Molla Hansen"). Produced by L. Lawrence Weber. Note: Filmed by Edwin Carewe Productions [distributed by First National Pictures] as Why Women Love (1925).

(1926). Stage Play: The Right To Kill. Drama. Written by Herman Bernstein. From the Russian of Leo Urvantzov. Directed by Charles Bryant.Garrick Theatre: 15 Feb 1926- Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Barton Adams (as "Arthur Phillips"), James A. Boshell (as "Waiter"), Robert Conness (as "District Attorney Michael Storm"), Bruce De Lette (as "Jimmy Wilde"), Clyde Fillmore (as "Judge Richard Carlton") [Broadway debut], Leslie King (as "Dr. Ziegler"), George Le Guere (as "Morse"), Edith Luckett (as "Julia Storm"), Mary Marsh (as "Second Charity Worker"), Caroline Parker (as "Mrs. Eleanor Wainwright"), Frances Pitt (as "Bella"), Jack Quigley (as "Anthony"), Robert Rendle (as "Herrick Jameson"), Sallie Sanford First Charity Worker"), Anna Zasock Gloria (as "Carlton"). Produced by Charles Bryant.

(1926). Stage Play: Just Life. Drama. Written by John Bowie. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Henry Miller's Theatre: 14 Sep 1926- Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: James A. Boshell (as "Forbes"), Jane Burby, Clyde Fillmore (as "Gordon Chase"), Norman Foster (as "Dick Fellows") [Broadway debut], Elaine Ivans (as "Florence Silsby"), Boyd Marshall (as "Robert Henning"), Franklin Parker (as "Philip Post"), Lea Penman (as "Eileen Hier"), Marjorie Rambeau (as "Madame Bernice Chase") [final Broadway role], Vivian Tobin (as "Meg Chase"), Mary Wall, Ethel Wilson. Produced by Jacob Oppenheimer.

(1927). Stage Play: The Love Nest. Comedy. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Based on the story by Ring Lardner. Comedy Theatre: 22 Dec 1927- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Brewster Board (as "An Extra"), Albert Carroll (as "Slim Carey"), Clyde Fillmore (as "Lou Gregg"), Julius Goldman (as "Violinist"), George Heller (as "Property Man"), George Hoag (as "A Voice/Tobin"), Otto Hulett (as "Mercer"), Marc Loebell (as "Francis Deane"), Lily Lubell (as "Miss Jacobs"), Vincent Mallory (as "A Stage Hand"), John Francis Roche (as "Pete"), John Rynne (as "Bernie"), G.G. Thorpe (as "Forbes"), Paula Trueman (as "Maureen Milton"), June Walker (as "Celia Gregg"), Geraldine Wall (as "Mae Jennings"). Produced by Actors-Managers, Inc. Produced in association with Sidney Ross.

(1928). Stage Play: The Buzzard.

(1935). Stage Play: To-Morrow. Written by Hull Gould and Saxon Kling. Directed by Philip Bartholomae. Lyceum Theatre: 28 Dec 1928- Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Walter Allen (as "Prof. Withers"), Margaret Arrow (as "Aunt Ada"), Carroll Ashburn (as "A Broker"), Jessie Busley (as "Grace"), Harold Elliott (as "Charles"), Bruce Evans (as "Tommy"), Clyde Fillmore (as "Herbert"), Fred Irving Lewis (as "Teddy"), Mary Loane (as "Helen"), Kathleen Mulqueen (as "Mary"), Joseph Parry (as "Radio Operator"), Joan Sudlow (as "Spanish Singer"). Produced by John Ashley.

(1930). Stage Play: Sweet Stranger. Comedy. Written by Frank Mitchell Dazey [final Broadway credit] and Agnes Christine Johnston. Directed by Worthington Miner. Cort Theatre: 21 Oct 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Frank H. Day (as "Charles"), Mel Efird (as "Miss Saunders"), Clyde Fillmore (as "J.W. Marvin"), Ralph Morgan (as "Albert Rustin"), Lloyd Nolan [credited as Lloyd B. Nolan] (as "Holloway"), Gertrude Coghlan Pitou (as "Betty Marvin"), Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Sturdevant'), J. Ascher Smith' (as "Preston"), Linda Watkins (as "Ann Norton"). Produced by Paul Streger.

(1932). Stage Play: Face the Music. Musical revue/comedy.

(1932). Stage Play: Absent Father.

(1937). Stage Play: Before Morning. Melodrama.

(1933). Stage Play: Thoroughbred. Comedy. Written by Doty Hobart [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Theodore J. Hammerstein. Vanderbilt Theatre: 6 Nov 1933- 27 Nov 1933 (33 performances). Cast: Harry Ellerbe (as "Richard Westervail/Rickey"), Lillian Emerson, Clyde Fillmore, Louise Glover, Thurston Hall (as "John Collins"), John Lynds, Claudia Morgan (as "Mary Westervail"), John Daly Murphy (as "Hickson"), Jerry Norris, Florence Reed (as "Mrs. Patricia Westervail"), Hilda Spong (as "Clarissa Van Horne"), Charles Stepaneck. Produced by Theodore J. Hammerstein and Denis Du-For.

(1936). Stage Play: Pre-Honeymoon. Comedy.

(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: Between Two Worlds. Drama. Written and directed by Elmer Rice. Belasco Theatre: 25 Oct 1934- Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Osceola Archer (as "Rose Henneford") [Broadway debut], Edilou Bailhe, 'Samuel Bonnell' (as "The Photographer's Assistant"), Elmer Brown, Joe Brown, Jr., Rose Burdick (as "Eunice Stafford"), John Cambridge, Francis Compton (as "The Smoke-room Steward"), Polly De Loos, Josephine Dunn, Lee Ellsworth, Buddy Farley, Gladys Feldman, Clyde Fillmore (as "Captain John Whalley"), Janet Fox, Ned Glass (as "A News-Photographer"), Rachel Hartzell, Alfred A. Hesse, Jack Leslie, Lester Lonergan III, Tucker Maguire, Nelly Malcolm, Thomas H. Manning, Frank Marino, Constance McKay, Sue Moore, Diantha Pattison (as "Hilda Bowen"), Leonard Penn (as "Henri Deschamps"), Sara Peyton, Buddy Proctor, R. Birrell Rawls, Wells Richardson, Cledge Roberts, Ralph Sanford, Joseph Schildkraut (as "N.N. Kovolev"), James Spottswood, Ruth Tomlinson, Anne Tonetti, Margaret Waller, Conway Washburne, Maurice Wells, Eric Wollencott. Produced by Elmer Rice. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as Between Two Worlds (1944).

(1935). Stage Play: Night of January 16. Melodrama. Written by Ayn Rand. Scenic Design by Herbert Moore. Directed by John Hayden. Ambassador Theatre: 16 Sep 1935- Apr 1936 (closing date unknown/235 performances). Cast: George Anderson, Edmund Breese (as "District Attorney Flint") [final Broadway role], Clyde Fillmore (as "John Graham Whitfield"), Richard French, Verna Hillie, Leo A. Kennedy (as "Elmer Sweeney"), Maurice Morris, Doris Nolan, Donald Oliver (as "Bailiff"), Sarah Padden, Walter Pidgeon (as "Guts Regan"), Arthur Pierson, Robert Shayne, Harry Short (as "Homer Van Fleet"), [final Broadway role], Marcella Swanson (as "Roberta Van Renssalear"), Calvin Thomas (as "John Hutchins"), Edward Wing, J. Arthur Young. Produced by A.H. Woods Ltd.

(1937). Stage Play: Tide Rising. Drama.

(1939). Stage Play: Too Many Girls. Musical comedy. Book by George Marion Jr. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Musical Staging by Robert Alton. Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Directed by George Abbott. Imperial Theatre (moved to The Broadway Theatre from unknown date 1940- close): 18 Oct 1939- 18 May 1940 (249 performances). Cast: Desi Arnaz (as "Manuelito"), Robert Arnold, Margorie Baglin, Sondra Barrett, Libby Bennett, John Beton, Betty Boyce, Eddie Bracken (as "Jojo Jordan"), Florine Callahan, Renee Cettel, Diosa Costello, Alice Craig, Betty De Elmo, Louise de Forrest, Romolo Di Spirito, Willis Duncan, Marge Ellis, Leila Ernst (as "Talullah Lou"), Vera Fern, Clyde Fillmore (as "Harvey Casey"), Vernon Hammer, Charlene Harkins, Bob Howard, Randolph Hughes, Harry Jackson, Clarence Jaeger, Van Johnson (as "Student"), Richard Kollmar (as "Clint Kelley"), Jeanette Lavis, Mildred Law, Lita Lede, Hal Le Roy (as "Al Terwillinger"), La Verne Lupton, Herb Lurie, James MacColl, William Mende, Russ Milton, Amarilla Morris, Mildred Patterson, Harry Pedersen, Dorothy Poplar, Edison Rice, Jack Riley, Hans Robert, Ivy Scott, Bob Shaw, Byron Shores, Diane Sinclair, Leonor Sola, Mildred Solly, Olga Suarez (as "Co-Ed"), Key Taylor, Anna Mae Tesslo, Mary Jane Walsh, Davenie Watson, Marcy Wescott (as "Consuelo Casey"), James Wilkinson, Claire Wolf, Harold Young. Produced by George Abbott. Note: Filmed by RKO Radio Pictures as Too Many Girls (1940). Directed by Mr. Abbott, it featured much of the stage cast along with the significant addition of Lucille Ball who replaced Marcy Westcott in the role of Consuelo Casey.

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