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(1925- 1944). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1925). Stage Play: June Days. Musical comedy. Music by J. Fred Coots. Book by Cyrus Wood. Lyrics by Clifford Grey Based on a comedy by Robert Milton and Alice Duer Miller. Musical Director: John L. McManus. Featuring songs by Alfred Goodman, Maurice Ruebens and Richard Rodgers. Featuring songs with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Costume Design by Robert Stevenson, Mahieu and Orry-Kelly. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Astor Theatre (moved to The Central Theatre (7 Sep 1925- close): 6 Aug 1925- 17 Oct 1925 (84 performances). Cast: Winifred Beck, Isabelle Brown, Adelaide Candee, Sylvia Carol, Willa De Brauw, Dorothy Deeder, George Dobbs, Bertha Donn (as "Sally Boyd"), Helen Doyle, Frances Ebert, Jay C. Flippen (as "Johnson"), Ethel Fuller, Claire Grenville, Shirley Gustin, Winifred Harris (as "Mrs. Rolles"), Elizabeth Hines, Maurice Holland, Millie James, Lee Kohlmar (as "Herman Van Zandt"), Joan Lyons, Aileen Meehan, Mabel Olsen, Jacqueline Paige, Bobbie Perkins, Ralph Reader (as "Butler"), Roy Royston, Bebe Stanton, Gladys Walton, Flora Watson, Beatrice Wendell, June Zimmerman. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1926). Stage Play: Hello, Lola. Musical comedy. Music by William Kernell. Material by Dorothy Donnelly. From "Seventeen" by Booth Tarkington. Lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly. Musical Director: Charles Sieger. Based on the stage adaptation of "Seventeen" by Hugh Stanislaus Stange and Stannard Mears. Directed by Seymour Felix. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: (moved to Maxine Elliott's Theatre from 8 Feb 1926 to close): 12 Jan 1926- 20 Feb 1926 (47 performances). Cast: Avis Adair, Earl Atkinson, Edythe Baker, Sylvia Carol, Dorothy Casey, Kittye Casey, Lillian Clerke, Cullen Clewis, Elisha Cook Jr. (as "Joe Bullitt"), George Crouch, Don DeFrancis, Nanette Flack, Jay C. Flippen (as "Genesis"), Ben Franklin, Bert Gardner, Ben Hendricks Jr. (as "Mr. Baxter"), Richard Keene, Constance Lahleet, Nancy Lea, Frances Mildern, Albert Miller, Betty Noi, Dorothy Palmer, Virginia Ray, Diddie Read, Beatrice Reiss, Wyn Richmond, Howard Shea, Cora Stephens, Wally Stewart, Georgie Stone, Margaret Brooke Sullivan, Larry Vale, Katherine Vercelle, Louise Vercelle, Marjorie White, Harry Wood, Emma Wyche. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1926). Stage Play: The Great Temptations. Musical revue.

(1927). Stage Play: Padlocks of 1927. Musical revue. Music by Lee David, Jesse Greer and Henry H. Tobias. Book by Paul Girard Smith and Ballard MacDonald. Lyrics by Billy Rose. Musical Director: Carlton Kelsey. Music arranged by Joseph Nussbaum. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and Jack Yellen. Featuring songs by Billy Rose and Milton Ager. Choreographed by John Boyle. Directed by W.J. Wilson. Shubert Theatre: 5 Jul 1927- 24 Sep 1927 (95 performances). Cast: Drina Beach, Vera Berg, Billie Blake, Edna Burford, Mae Burke, Walter Burke, A.S. 'Pop' Byron, Vivian Carmody, Vee Carroll, Betty Clark, Nora Cliff, Jackie Corrtez, Peggy Daubert, Doris Dellairs, Irene Faery, Don Fiser, Jay C. Flippen, Carl D. Francis, Edna French, Laurette Gilman, Gloria Glennon, Ruth Grady, Dolores Grant, Texas Guinan, Florence Healy, Harry Jans, Carol Kingsbury, Helenya Koski, Hedwig Langer, Val Lester, Edna Locke, Dave Mallen, Raymond Marlowe, Marcelle Miller, Jola Moreno, Ojeda and Inbert, Sugar O'Neill, Alice Outlaw, George Raft [final Broadway role], Wilma Roeloff, The Romancers Quartet, Lillian Roth, Catherine Ryder, Rosemary Ryder, Helen Shipman, Eleanor Smith, Virginia Smith, Snowball, The Four Diamonds, The Little Tappers, Mary Titus, The Phelps Twins, Eileen Wenzel, Harold Whalen, Laura Wilkinson, Rosalie Williams. Produced by Duo Art Productions Inc.

(1930). Stage Play: Second Little Show. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Based on material by Dwight Wiman. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Directed by Dave Gould, Monty Woolley and Dwight Wiman. Royale Theatre: 2 Sep 1930- Oct 1930 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Yukona Cameron, Jay C. Flippen, Gloria Grafton, Helen Gray, Kay Hamill, Gus Hyland, Davey Jones, Kay Lazelle, Jack Mason, Eleanor Moffett, Joey Ray, Tashamira, Ruth Tester, Al Trahan, Dorothy Waller, Ned Wever. Produced by William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman. Produced in association with Tom Weatherly.

(1938). Stage Play: Hellzapoppin. Musical revue. Book by Olsen & Johnson. Music by Sammy Fain and Charles Tobias. Lyrics by Sammy Fain and Charles Tobias. Musical Director: Harold Stern. Assistant Musical Director: Edward A. Hunt. Vocal arrangements by Phil Ellis. Featuring songs by Don George, Teddy Hall, Annette Mills, Gonzalo Curiel, Paul Mann and Stephen Weiss. Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Staging by Gae Foster. Directed by' Edward Dowling'. 46th Street Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 26 Nov 1938- 23 Nov 1941, then moved to The Majestic Theatre from 25 Nov 1941- close): 22 Sep 1938- 17 Dec 1941 (1404 performances). Produced by Olsen & Johnson. [Uncredited] Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1944). Stage Play: Take a Bow. Musical revue.

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