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(1901- 1950). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1901). Stage Play: Are You a Mason? Farce (revival). Book adapted by Leo Ditrichstein. Adapted from the German of Lauf and Kraatz. Garrick Theatre: 19 Aug 1901- Sep 1901 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Hazel Chappel, Sally Cohen, Oscar Dane, Leo Ditrichstein, James S. Edwards, Grace Hadsell, Charles Halton [Broadway debut], Amy Muller, John C. Rice, George Richards, Esther Tittell, Maude Travers, Gertrude Whitty, Thomas A. Wise. Note: Filmed by Famous Players Film Company [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Are You a Mason? (1915), and by Real Art Productions (UK) [Distributed in UK by Universal Pictures and in the U.S. by M.J. Kandel and Olympic/States Rights System] as Are You a Mason? (1934).

(1903) Stage: The Consul. Comedy.

(1906) Stage: Appeared in "The Social Whirl" on Broadway. Musical comedy.

(1903) Stage: Appeared in "Whoop-Dee-Doo" on Broadway. Musical. Directed by Ben Teal. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall (moved to The New Amsterdam Theatre from 16 May 1904-close): 24 Sep 1903-28 May 1904 (165 performances/played in rotation with "Looney Park", "Waffles", "Catherine"). Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1926) Stage: Appeared in "Chicago" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Directed by George Abbott. Music Box Theatre: 30 Dec 1926-May 1927 (closing date unknown/172 performances). Cast: George W. Anspeak, Robert Barrat (as "Martin S. Harrison"), Charles Bickford (as "Jake"), Ferike Boros, Doan Borrup (as "Fred Casely"), George Cowell, Juliette Crosby, Carl De Mal, Edward Ellis, Edith Fitzgerald (as "Go-To-Hell Kitty"), Charles Halton (as "Amos Hart"), Eda Heinemann (as "Mary Sunshine"), Charles Kuhn, George Lanning, Francine Larrimore (as "Roxie Hart"), Al Milliken, James C. Pall, Thomas Poland, Charles Slattery, G. Albert Smith, Dorothy Stickney (as "Liz"), Wilma Thompson, Milano Tilden, Arthur Vinton (as "Babe"), Isabelle Winlocke, Vincent York. Produced by Sam Harris.

(1917). Stage Play: The Claim. Drama. Written by Charles Kenyon and Frank Dare. Directed by Ira Hards. Fulton Theatre: 9 Oct 1917- Oct 1917 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Florine Arnold, Walter Baldwin, Melton Clodagh, Charles HaltonHorace James, Geraldine O'Brien, Florence Roberts, Edward H. Robins, Al Stuart, Reina Thomas, George Thompson, Lorna Volare, J.H. Williams. Produced by The Estate of Henry B. Harris. NOTE: Filmed as The Claim (1918).

(1930). Stage Play: Once in a Lifetime. Comedy. Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Stage Manager: Robert B. Sinclair. Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre: 24 Sep 1920- Sep 1931 (unknown closing date/406 performances). Cast: Frances E. Brandt (as "Mrs. Walker"), Jane Buchanan (as "A Voice Pupil"), Spring Byington (as "Helen Hobart"), George Casselberry (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Payson Crane (as "Bellboy"), Louis Cruger (as "Weisskopf"), Janet Currie (as "Phyllis Fontaine"), Jean Dixon (as "May Daniels"), Walter Dreher (as "Rudolph Kammerling"), Marie Ferguson (as "Miss Fontaine's Maid"), Stanley Fitzpatrick (as "Page"), Eugenie Frontai (as "Florabel Leigh"), Harold Grau (as "Mr. Flick"), Charles Halton (as "Herman Glogauer"), Virginia Hawkins (as "Miss Chasen"), John O. Hewitt (as "Electrician"), Marc Loebell (as "Ernest"), Edward Loud (as "Miss Leigh's Chauffer/Leading Man"), Charles Mack (as "Miss Fontaine's Chauffer"), Georgia MacKinnon (as "Script Girl"), Burton Mallory (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Leona Maricle (as "Miss Leighton"), William McFadden (as "Meterstein"), Edwin Mills (as "Page"), Grant Mills (as "Jerry Hyland"), Irving Morrow (as "Bishop"), Hugh O'Connell (as "George Lewis"), Sally Phipps (as "Susan Walker"), Oscar Polk (as "Porter"), Kempton Race (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Robert Ryder (as "George's Secretary"), Otis Schaefer (as "Coat Check Girl"), Dorothy Talbot (as "Miss Leigh's Maid"), Frances Thress (as "Bridesmaid"), Clara Waring (as "Cigarette Girl"), Jack Williams (as "Electrician"). Produced by Sam Harris. Replacement actors: Granville Bates (as "Bishop"), Warner Bliss (as "Miss Leigh's Chauffer"), Jane Buchanan (as "Susan Walker"), Moss Hart (as "Lawrence Vail"), Irving Morrow (as "First Cameraman"). Note: Mr. Berlin had no direct involvement with this production aside from theatre ownership (with Sam Harris).

(1923). Stage Play: Sancho Panza. Comedy. Written by Melchior Lengyel. Songs by Hugo Felix. Based on "Don Quixote de La Mancha" by Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra. Hudson Theatre: 26 Nov 1923-29 Dec 1923 (40 performances). Cast: Kirk Allen, Anthony Andre, Stewart Baird, Marion Barney, Michael Barroy, Meyer Berenson, Harold Brown, William H. Browne, Richard Cramer, Jack Cronin, Royal Cutter, Herbert Delmore, Grace Elliott, Marguerite Forrest, Kathleen George, Aileen Grace, Helen Grenelle, Charles Halton (as "A Scrivener/A Taylor"), Malcolm Hicks, Marguerite Ingram, Smiley W. Irwin, Fred Kotek, Harry Lewellyn, H.H. McCollum, Walker Moore, Elizabeth Page, Roberta Renys, Robert Robson, Robert Rosaire, Otis Skinner (as "Sancho Panza"), Merle Stevens, Arthur C. Tennyson, Frederick Tiden, Ruby Trelease, Olga Treskoff (as "The Page with the Mirror" / "A Fruit Woman"), Richard Trott, William Venus, Russ Whytall. Produced by Russell Janney.

(1907). Stage Play: The Social Whirl. Musical comedy [return engagement].

(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).

(1912). Stage Play: Elevating a Husband. Written by Clara Lipman and Samuel Shipman. Liberty Theatre (moved to The Criterion Theatre from 12 Feb 1912- ?, then moved to the Garrick Theatre from 26 Feb 1912- ?, then returned to The Criterion Theatre from 11 Mar 1912- close): 22 Jan 1912- May 1912 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Louis Mann (as "Charlie Sample"), Beatrice Bentley [Broadway debut], Jessie Carter, Sterling H. Cheseldine, Mathilde Cottrelly, Clara DeWitt, Charles Halton, Marion Holcombe, Edward Everett Horton, J. Homer Hunt, Lester Kenyon, Howard Scott, Conway Tearle (as "Herbert Duncan"), Emily Ann Wellman (as "Letty"). Produced by Louis F. Werba and Mark A. Luescher.

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