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(1928) Stage: Wrote "12,000", produced on Broadway. Book adapted by William A. Drake. Directed by Basil Sydney. Garrick Theatre: 12 Mar 1928-Jul 1928 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Charles Croker-King (as "His Serene Highness, the Prince of_____"), Mary Ellis (as "The Baroness of Spangenburg"), Lumsden Hare (as "A Colonel"), Walter Kingsford (as "Faucitt"), John McGovern (as "The Younger Brother"), Leonard Mudie (as "The Elder Brother"), Basil Sydney (as "Piderit"), Robert Vivian (as "Treysa"). Produced by The Garrick Players. NOTE: Filmed as Twelve Thousand (1950) (TV), Zwölftausend (1956) (TV).

(1937) Stage: Wrote source material (play) for "Young Madame Conti", produced on Broadway. Melodrama. Book adapted by Hubert Griffith and Benn W. Levy (also director). Scenic Design by Ernst Stern. Music Box Theatre: 31 Mar 1937-Apr 1937 (closing date unknown/22 performances). Cast: Patrick Barr (as "Stephen Horka"), Joseph Burton (as "Ensemble"), Nell Converse (as "Ensemble"), Constance Cummings (as "Nella Conti"), Courtlandt Davis (as "Third Judge"), Dorothy Dewhurst (as "Wardress"), William Dewhurst (as "The President of the Court"), Tom Dillon (as "Mr. Lechner"), J.H. Emerson (as "Ensemble"), William Fox (as "Arnold Zimmerman"), G. Swayne Gordon (as "Judge Becker"), Hitous Gray (as "Ensemble"), Cameron Hall (as "Dr. Schonberg"), Raymond Huntley (as "Dr. Reuchlin"), Robert Joseph (as "Ensemble"), Herbert Kreitel (as "Ensemble"), Phillip Leaver (as "Otto Farenthold"), Ira Lee (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Magill (as "Ensemble"), Mary Martin (as "Ensemble"), George Miller (as "Ensemble"), Betty Norton (as "Betty Wanninger"), Paul Pascoe (as "Ensemble"), Edward Power (as "Ensemble"), Nellie Ranson (as "Ensemble"), William Rolston (as "Second Janitor"), Varley Vezey (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Vivian (as "Mrs. Ebersbacher"), Charles Wellesley (as "The Governor"), Robert Woods (as "Clerk of the Court"). Produced by Bernard Klawans.

(1937) Stage: Wrote "Storm Over Patsy", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Adapted from his play "Storm in a Teacup [or Sturm im Wasserglas]". Book adapted by James Bridie. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 8 Mar 1937- Apr 1937 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: 'Sara Allgood' (as "Mrs. Honoria Flanagan"), J.W. Austin (as "Horace Skirving"), Carrie Bridewell (as "Court Spectator"), Jack Burley, Jack Byrne (as "Dr. Cassidy"), Leo G. Carroll (as "The Judge"), Kendall Clark (as "Junior Counsel"), Valerie Cossart (as "Maggie"), Brenda Forbes (as "Lisbet Skirving"), Seymour Gross (as "Court Spectator"), Louis Hector (as "Mr. Fraser, Prosecutor"), Harry Hermsen (as "Court Spectator"), John Hoyt (credited as John Hoysradt; as "Mr. Menzies, K.C."), Elizabeth A. Jones (as "Court Spectator"), Frances Kidner (as "Court Spectator"), Phyllis Langner (as "Court Spectator"), Roger Livesey (as "Mr. Burdon"), Ian McLean (as "William Thomson, Provost of Baikie"), Claudia Morgan (as "Victoria Thomson"), Clement O'Loghlen (as "Court Usher"), Farrell Pelly (as "Clerk of the Court"), Francis Pierlot (as "Joseph McKellar"), Dan Rudsten (as "Court Spectator"), Herbert Standing Jr. (as "Policeman"). Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTE: Filmed as Storm in a Water Glass (1931)), Storm in a Teacup (1937), "Kraft Theatre: Storm in a Teacup (#3.35)" (1950)), Sturm im Wasserglas (1955) (TV), Sturm im Wasserglas (1955) (TV), Sturm im Wasserglas (1969) (TV), Sturm im Wasserglas (1986) (TV), Sturm im Wasserglas (1989) (TV)

(????) Playwright: "Perlenkomödie" (filmed as Zweierlei Moral (1931)).

(????) Novel: "Cervantes" (filmed as Young Rebel (1967)).

(????) Novel: "Trenck, der Roman eines Günstlings" (filmed as _Trenck - Der Roman einer groÃYen Liebe (1932)_).

(1937) Novel "Closed Frontiers" (aka "Lost Heritage").

(1927) Novel: "The Days of the King".

(1929) Novel: "The Persians Are Coming".


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