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(1899- 1935). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1899). Stage Play: Children of the Ghetto. Drama. Written by Israel Zangwill. Directed by James A. Herne. Herald Square Theatre: 16 Oct 1899- Dec 1899 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Laura Almosnino, Frankie Bailey, Blanche Bates, Master Buckley, Jennie Buckley, Richard Carle, Frank Cornell, Mathilde Cottrelly, Ada Curry, Zella Davenport, Gus V. De Vere, H.F. Dolan, Ada Dwyer, Gus Frankel, John D. Garrick, A Ghaistly, L. Greenberg, Emil Hoch [Broadway debut], O'Frederick Hoffmann, Wilton Lackaye (as "Reb Shemuel"), Phineas Leache, Adolph Lestina, Fred Lotto, Rosabel Morrison, Louise Muldener, William Norris, Charles E. Odlin, Isabel Preston, E.J. Raymond, William Singerman, Charles Stanley, Mary Stoner, Sadie Stringham, S. Swartz, Mabel Taliaferro, N. Trucks, Frank Worthing. Produced by Liebler & Co.

(1900). Stage Play: Her Majesty, the Girl Queen of Nordenmark. Melodrama. Written by J.I. C. Clarke, from a novel by Elizabeth Knight Tompkins. Directed by Frank Hatch. Manhattan Theatre: 15 Oct 1900- Dec 1900 (closing date unknown/58 performances). Cast included: May Arthur, Isabelle Bowman, George Conklin, Fraser Coalter, Fernanda Eliscu, Alfred Garland, Grace George, Lilyon Graut, Helen Harrington, Ernest Hastings, Frank Hatch, Emil Hoch, P. James, Louise Lloyd, Agnes Marks, Agnes McCarthy, Thomas Meighan, Samuel Michaelson, Annie Mifflin, William Murchison, George Osbourne, Bert W. Parmeter, George Pauncefort, Louis Payne, Morton Selton, T. Troy, Marion Walsh, Frank Worthing. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1901). Stage Play: Manon Lescaut. Drama. Written by Theodore Burt. Based on the novel by 'Abbe Prevost' [posthumous credit]. Directed by Max Freeman. Wallack's Theatre: 19 Mar 1901- Apr 1901 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews, Harrison Armstrong, Louise Ayres, William Boag, John Boniface, Frank Davis, Richard Dillon, Henry Dumont, Sanford Dwight, William Evans [Broadway debut], Master Fink, Peter Griswold, De Gray Harris, Emil Hoch, Herbert Kelcey, Fred Kerby, Gaston Mervale [Broadway debut], May Monte Donico, Joseph Osborne, George C. Pearce, Frederick Perry, Guy Bates Post, Hugh Riley, Charles Robinson, Edith Sanborn, Effie Shannon, Winona Shannon, Isabel Waldron. Note: This work has been filmed at least 30 times (mostly by and Italian French film companies), beginning with Manon Lescaut (1908) by Le Nazionale Films (Italy).

(1916). Stage Play: Object- Matrimony. Written by Montague Glass and Jules Eckert Goodman. Cohan and Harris Theatre (moved to The 48th Street Theatre from 13 Nov 1916- close): 25 Oct 1916- Nov 1916 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Mathilde Cottrelly, Irving Cummings, Jess Dandy, William Dixon, Leo Donnelly, Philip Dunning, Emil Hoch, Jules Jordan, William J. Kane, Wright Kramer, Philip Loeb, Joseph Lothian, Robert Robbins, Max Rossi, Jean Temple, Marjorie Wood. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1918). Stage Play: Watch Your Neighbor. Written by Leon Gordon and LeRoy Clemens. Booth Theatre: 2 Sep 1918- Oct 1918 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: LeRoy Clemens, Edward Colebrook, John De Briac, Fred Esmelton [final Broadway role], Charles Fisher, Leon Gordon, Ruby Hallier, Stanley Harrison, Emil Hoch, Alexander Loftus, Bertram Marburgh, Dodson Mitchell, Gerald Pring, Dore Rogers, Mary Servoss, Gayne Whitman [credited as Harold Vosburgh]. Produced by Oliver Morosco.

(1920). Stage Play: Poldekin. Comedy. Written by Booth Tarkington. Park Theatre: 9 Sep 1920- Oct 1920 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Carl Anthony (as "Podoff"), George Arliss (as "Poldekin"), William H. Barwald (as "Sergeant"), Julia Dean (as "Blanche"), Emil Hoch (as "Endachieff"), Manart Kippen (as "Nicolai"), Elsie MacKay (as "Maria"), Edward G. Robinson (as "Pinsky"), Sidney Toler (as "Welch"), Hubert Wilke (as "Krimoff"). Produced by George C. Tyler.

(1921). Stage Play: Alias Jimmy Valentine. Melodrama (revival). Written by Paul Armstrong. Directed by Hugh Ford. Gaiety Theatre: 8 Dec 1921- Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Mary Boland (as "Mrs. Webster"), Earle Brown, Emmett Corrigan, Archie Curtis, Edmund Elton, George Farren, Margalo Gillmore, Harold Hartsell, Grace Henderson, Emil Hoch, J.J. Hyland, William Ingersoll, John Kennedy, Otto Kruger, Andrew Lawlor, Lorna Volare, Edward Wonn. Produced by George C. Tyler.

(1923). Stage Play: Roger Bloomer. Written by John Howard Lawson. 48th Street Theatre: 1 Mar 1923- Apr 1923 (closing date unknown/50 performances). Cast: Halliam Bosworth (as "An Old Man/A Detective"), Alan Bunce (as "Office Assistant"), Frederick Burton (as "Elliott T. Rumsey"), Louis Calhern (as "Eugene Poppin"), Helen Carew (as "Another Salesgirl"), John Hammond Dailey (as "A College Examiner"), Margaret Fareleigh (as "A Street Walker"), Robert H. Forsythe (as "Office Assistant"), Mary Fowler (as "Louise"), Harry Hahn (as "Office Assistant/Another Drug Clerk"), Mina Henderson (as "Creature in a Dream"), John C. Hickey (as "Mr. Poppin"), Isabel Hill (as "Mary, The Maid"), Emil Hoch (as "Policeman/Prison Attendant"), Henry Hull (as "Roger Bloomer"), Thomas J. Keogh (as "A Judge"), Kate Morgan (as "Small Old Woman"), James G. Morton (as "Another Old Man"), Caroline Newcombe (as "Mrs. Bloomer"), Fletcher Norton (as "A Ragged Man"), Julia Ralph (as "A Landlady"), Rolph Ryan (as "Office Assistant"), Louis Segal (as "Creature in a Dream"), Helen Van Hoose (as "Miss Burns/Tall Old Woman"), Walter Walker (as "Everett Bloomer"), Charles Webster (as "Drug Clerk"), Sylvia Wiles (as "Creature in a Dream"), Adelaide Wilson (as "Emma, The Stenographer"). Produced by The Equity Players Inc.

(1923). Stage Play: Anathema. Drama/fantasy. Written by Leonid Andreyev. Translated by Herman Bernstein. 48th Street Theatre: 10 Apr 1923- Apr 1923 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Walter Armin (as "The Organ Grinder"), William Balfour (as "A Wanderer"), Jennie Brandt (as "Sonka's Little Girl"), Alice Buchanan (as "The Harlot"), Sidney Carlisle Naum"), Florence Earle (as "Weeping Woman"), Sarah Fishman (as "Sonka the Jewess"), Ernest Glendinning (as "Anathema"), Emil Hoch (as "Ivan the Cobbler"), Abraham Kubansky (as "Drunkard"), Isabel Leighton (as "Rosa"), Arthur Ludwig (as "Purikes the Greek"), Esther Lyon (as "Sarah"), Edwin H. Morse (as "Dancing Master"), Jack Soble (as "Abraham Khessin"), George Spelvin [actor who wished to remain anonymous] (as "The Older Rider"), Maurice Swartz (as "David Leizer"), Robert Woods (as "The Young Rider"). Produced by Maurice Swartz.

(1923). Stage Play: The Inspector General. Comedy. Written by Nikolai Gogol. Directed by Maurice Swartz. 48th Street Theatre: 30 Apr 1923- My 1923 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Walter Armin (as "Artémii Filípovich Zemlyaníka, Commissioner of Charities"), A. Boyarsky (as "Dyershimórda, a policeman"), J. Monte Crane (as "Servant at the inn"), Walker Dennett (as "Antón Antónovich Skvozník-Dmukhanóvsky, the mayor"), Florence Earle (as "Pevrónya Petróvna Poshlyópkina, locksmith's wife"), Morris Freedman (as "Merchant"), Edward M. Grace (as "Koróbkin, retired civil servant"), May Harmon (as "Artemy's Wife"), William T. Hayes (as "Amós Fyódorovich Lyápkin-Tyápkin, the Judge"), 'Emil Hoch' (qv (as "Luká Lukítch Khlopov, Superintendent of Schools"), John Kline (as "Doctor"), Celia Koch (as "Avdotya"), Arthur Ludwig (as "Svistunóv, policeman"), A.K. Miller (as "Míshka, Mayor's servant"), Arnold Mural (as "Iván Kusmích Shpyókin, the Postmaster"), William A. Norton (as "Óssip, Khlestakóv's servant"), Ben H. Roberts (as "Stepán Illyích Ukhovyórtov, Chief of Police"), Joseph F. Sanoff (as "Merchant"), Samuel Schneider (as "Merchant"), Philip Sherman )as "Merchant"), Fred Steinway (as "Merchant"), Maurice Swartz (as "Iván Alexándrovich Khlestakóv, a civil servant from Petersburg"), Ruth Tomlinson (as "The Sergeant's Wife), Royal Tracy (as "Pytor Ivánovich Dóbchinsky, local landowner"), Eda Von Buelow (as "Anna Andréyevna, the mayor's wife"), Anna Vroom (as "Marya Antónovna, the mayor's daughter"), W.A. Whitecar (as "Pytor Ivánovich Bóbchinsky, local landowner"). Produced by Classic Theatre Inc. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as The Inspector General (1949) as a Danny Kaye vehicle.

(1928). Stage Play: June Moon. Comedy. Written by Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman'. Direected by George S. Kaufman. Broadhurst Theatre: 23 Oct 1928- Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/273 performances). Cast: Frank Conlan, Jean Dixon (as "Lucille"), Norman Foster (as "Fred M. Stevens"), Emil Hoch (as "A Man Named Brainard"), Leo Kennedy, Margaret Lee, Philip Loeb, Frank Otto, Lee Patrick, Florence D. Rice, Harry Rosenthal, Linda Watkins. Produced by Sam Harris.

(1932). Stage Play: The Great Magoo. Drama. Written by Ben Hecht and Gene Fowler. Directed by George Abbott. Selwyn Theatre: 2 Dec 1932- Dec 1932 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Violet Barney (as "Dowager/La Sylphe"), Eddie Bergman (as "Weber's Band"), John Butler (as "Leo McCafferty"), Muriel Campbell (as "Pauline"), Claire Carleton, Wally Curtis (as "Weber's Band"), Gilbert Douglas, Joe Fields (as "Professor Jonas"), Evelyn Gaile (as "Fatima Twin/Rathskeller Girl"), Al Gentile (as "Weber's Band"), Charlotte Granville (as "Tante"), Harry Green (as "Moe Weber"), Joseph Greewald (as "Harry Aarons"), Jack Hazzard (as "Harry Costello"), Charles Henderson (as "Inspector"), Emil Hoch (as "Waiter"), Paul Kelly (as "Nicky"), Percy Kilbride (as "Hanratty"), Victor Kilian (as "Sailor Burke"), Della Lorraine (as "Gypsy Dancer"), Ronnie Madsen (as "Wench"), Millard Mitchell (as "Sam"), Dennie Moore (as "Jackie"), Lloyd Pickney (as "Mr. McGinnis"), Vic Piemonte (as "Weber's Band"), Joe Ploski (as "Dummy Nolan"), John Porpora (as "Weber's Band"), Al Savarese (as "Weber's Band"), Louis Savarese (as "Weber's Band"), Mildred Stansill (as "Fatima Twin/Rathskeller Girl"), John Sylvester (as "Weber's Band"), Juan Varro (as "Mario"). Produced by Billy Rose. Note: Filmed as Some Like It Hot (1939).

(1935). Stage Play: For Valor. Comedy. Written by Martha Hedman and Henry Arthur House. Directed by Frank Craven. Empire Theatre: 18 Nov 1935- Nov 1935 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Charles Dow Clark (as "Mr. Sims"), Frank Coletti (as "Corporal Colt"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "Robert Lake"), Frank Craven (as "Wallace I. Brown"), Frederica Going (as "Frau Fritzie Schmitt"), John Harwood (as "A German Lieutenant"), Emil Hoch (as "First Landsturm") [final Broadway role], Manart Kippen (as "General Von Und Zu Puppendorf"), Frederick Klein (as "Orderly"), Charles Laite (as "Harold Pratt"), George Lewis (as "A Newsreel Photographer"), Rhea Martin (as "Betsy Dale"), Oscar Meyer (as "Second Officer"), Karl Mueller (as "Third Officer"), Hilda Plowright (as "Aurelia Slater"), Victor Rosenberg (as "Second Landsturm"), Sam Sidman (as "Private Malinsky") [final Broadway role], Lenore Sorsby (as "The Siren"), Arnold Sudman (as "Fourth Officer"), Beatrice Terry (as "Mrs. Peter Teasdale"), June Walker (as "Mary Brown"), George Whitson (as "Postman"), Jay Wilson (as "Congressman Henry O'Day"), Hans Windel (as "First Officer"). Produced by George C. Tyler.


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