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Appeared on Broadway in 1914 as Queen Ann Soforth of Oogaboo in _The Tik-Tok Man of Oz_.

Starred as "Juno" in the Cole Porter musical, "Out Of This World".

In 1957, she starred in the pilot for a dramatic series called, "The Enchanted Forest", but the series was never produced.

Star of The Charlotte Greenwood Show on radio from June 13, 1944 to January 6, 1946.

(1916). Stage Play: So Long Letty. Musical/farce. Book by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris. Music and lyrics by Earl Carroll. Musical Direction by Harry James. Musical Staging by Julian Alfred. Directed and produced by Oliver Morosco. Shubert Theatre: 23 Oct 1916- 13 Jan 1917 (96 performances). Cast: Roy Adams, Margaret App, Winnie Baldwin, Kay Beach, Jack Birkson, May Boley, Percy Bronson, Betty Calais, Robert Calley, Dorothy Cameron, Frances Cameron, Madeline Cameron, Jennie Cannar, Walter Catlett (Broadway debut), Marie Cattell, Pauline De Lorme, Vera Doria, Hazel Ellsworth, Charlotte Greenwood (as "Letty Robbins"), Florence Flandreaux, Grover Frankne, Sydney Grant, Muriel Griel, Murray Lavone, Frank Leslie, Ben Linn, William McGuire, Vera Mercer, Margaret Moll, Frank O'Neil, Betty Parker, Gertrude Reynolds, Jessie Reynolds, Wesley Spears, Jack Wells, Ethel Westie.

(1922). Stage Play: Music Box Revue [1922-23]. Musical revue. Book by Irving Berlin. Music by Irving Berlin. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Frank Tours, Steven Jones, Charles Grant, Alfred Dalby, Arthur Gutman, Will Vodery and Roy Webb. Directed by Hassard Short. Music Box Theatre: 23 Oct 1922- 4 Aug 1923 (330 performances). Cast: Amelia Allen, Miss Ange, Miss Aphia, Estar Banks, Florence Barry, Viola Boles, Olga Borowski, Dorothy Brown, Wynne Bullock, Bobby Clark, Miss Claussen, Lucille Constante, Elaine Courtney, Cyrena Dahl, Louise Dale, Polly Day, Aphia Dixie, Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Hilda Ferguson, Viola Fraas, Gloria Gale, William Gaxton, Herbert Goff, Charlotte Greenwood, Perry Higgins, Aphia Hurlburt, Jackie Hurlburt, Margaret Irving, Sunshine Jarmann, Madelyn Killeen, Fraun Koski, Grace La Rue, Miss Lynn, Joseph Marquis, Trude Marr, Sherry Marshall, Dorothy McCarthy, Margaret McCarthy, Paul McCullough, Maragaret McKee, Miriam Miller, Robinson Newbold, Mary O'Brien, Olivette, Ruth Page, Dick Rath, George Rath, Margaret Redfield, Gladys Reith, Leila Ricard, Helen Rich, Nellie Roberts, Rosemary, Marie Russell, William Seabury, Hal Sherman, Eva Soble, Margaret Stanley, John Steel, Stowitts, Ward Tallmon, John Walsh, Kendall Wood. Produced by Sam Harris.

(September 1935) She acted in Reginald Arkell's musical, "Gay Deceivers", at the Streatham Hill Theatre in Streatham Hill, London, England with Clifford Mollison, Gina Malo, Debroy Somers and His Band were in the cast.

(1919). Stage Play: Linger Longer Letty. Musical comedy. Music by Alfred Goodman. Book by Anne Nichols. Lyrics by Bernard Grosman. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Oliver Morosco and George Yoerger. Featuring songs by W. Frisch. Musical Staging by William H. Smith. Production Supervised and Directed by Oliver Morosco. Fulton Theatre: 20 Nov 1919- 21 Jan 1920 (69 performances). Cast: Harold Abbey (as "Ensemble"), Faith Belmont (as "Ensemble"), France Bendsten (as "Lazelle"), Vera Bradley (as "Ensemble"), Frank Brooks (as "Ensemble"), Halcyon Chambers (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Clements (as "Ensemble"), Robert Cowles (as "Ensemble"), Dora Duby (as "Ensemble"), Oscar Brimberton Figman (as "Father"), Ann Greenway (as "Ensemble"), Charlotte Greenwood (as "Letty"), Jack Grieves (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Hartley (as "Walter"), Eleanor Henry (as "Nancy"), Bernice Hirsch (as "Ethelmay"), Ethel Hobart (as "Ensemble"), Sadie Howe (as "Ensemble"), Olin Howland (as "Jim"), Margaret Kearns (as "Ensemble"), Alice Knowlton (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Lancier (as "Ensemble"), Myra Lane (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie McClintock (as "Juliet"), Louise Mink (as "Mrs. Brewster"), Edna Renard (as "Ensemble"), Cyril Ring (as "Colonel"), Olga Roller (as "Mayme"), Boris Scott (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Severn (as "Specialty Dancer"), Mary Shepard (as "Ensemble"), Helen Trainer (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Travares (as "Marie"), Frances Victory (as "Roberta"), Marjorie Wall (as "Ensemble"), Eva Warrington (as "Ensemble"), Polly Watkins (as "Ensemble"), Roule Wilder (as "Ensemble"), Harold Williams (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Oliver Morosco.

(1922). Stage Play: Letty Pepper. Musical comedy. Book by Oliver Morosco and George V. Hobart. Music by Werner Janssen. Based on the comedy "Maggie Pepper" by Charles Klein [posthumous credit]. Lyrics by Leo Wood and Irving Bibo. Musical Director: Harry James. Music orchestrated by Frank E. Barry. Musical Staging by Julian Alfred. Directed by George V. Hobart. Vanderbilt Theatre: 10 Apr 1922- 6 May 1922 (32 performances). Cast: William Balfour (as "Mack"), Florence Barry (as "Chorus"), Hallam Bosworth (as "Hutchinson"), Paul Burns (as "Abe Greenbaum"), Dorothy Clark (as "Chorus"), Delphine Deery (as "Chorus"), Charline Essley (as "Chorus"), Master Gabriel (as "Billy"), Charlotte Greenwood (as "Letty Pepper"), Vera Hellaire (as "Carolie Van Ness"), Lillian Hoffman (as "Chorus"), Phyllis Hooper (as "Chorus"), Josie Intropodi (as "Mrs. Hatch"), Jane King (as "Hattie"), Mary King (as "Imogene"), Olive King (as "Chorus"), Margaret Leonia (as "Chorus"), May Mixon (as "Chorus"), Myrtle Murray (as "Chorus"), Beth Ormby (as "Chorus"), Ray Raymond (as "Joseph Colby"), Effie Shelley (as "Chorus"), Charlotte Starbuck (as "Chorus"), Emily Stead (as "Chorus"), Lispa Taft (as "Chorus"), Virginia Taylor (as "Chorus"), Frances Victory (as "Margery"), Thomas Walsh (as "James Van Ness"), Claire Wegmen (as "Chorus"), Jean Wegmen (as "Chorus"), Stewart Wilson (as "Tony Barrillobatso"). Produced by Oliver Morosco.

(1914). Stage Play: The Pretty Mrs. Smith. Musical comedy. Book by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris. Music by Henry James and Alfred G. Robyn. Lyrics by Earl Carroll. Musical Director: John Lund. Additional music by Billy Gould, Ashlyn and Sydney Grant. Additional lyrics by Billy Gould, Ashlyn and Sydney Grant. Directed by T. Daniel Frawley. Casino Theatre: 21 Sep 1914- 31 Oct 1914 (48 performances). Cast: Theodore Babcock (as "Ferdinand Smith"), Daisy Burton (as "Mrs. Tom Wilson"), J.H. Childs (as "Paul Hunter/Morosco California Quartette"), Louise Cook (as "Miss Helen Partington"), Marie De Marquis (as "Miss Phoebe Snow"), Claude Flemming (as "Frank Smith"), James Gleason [credited as James A. Gleason] (as "George") [Broadway debut], Sydney Grant (as "Bobby Jones"), Charlotte Greenwood (as "Letititia Proudfoot"), Mlle. Marcelle (as "Henriette"), Dolores Parquette (as "Miss Prudence Morris"), Harold Proctor (as "Hal Dorsey/Morosco California Quartette"), Charles Purcell (as "Forest Smith"), J. Richard Ryan (as "Tim Wilson/Morosco California Quartette"), Fritzi Scheff (as "Drucilla Smith"), Grace Shaw (as "Mrs. Marian Dalzell"), Lillian Tucker (as "Myrtle Adair"), J. Van Ryan (as "Morosco California Quartette"), Dick Potter, Ocie Williams (as "Mrs. Waldemar Hayes"). Produced by Oliver Morosco.


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