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(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Tony"; Broadway debut) in "The Crooked Square" on Broadway. Comedy/drama. Written by Samuel Shipman and Alfred C. Kennedy. Directed by Fred G. Stanhope. Hudson Theatre: 10 Sep 1923-Nov 1923 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast included: Grace Burgess, Ruth Donnelly, C. Henry Gordon, Agnes Marc, Dorothy West. Produced by Mrs. Henry B. Harris.

(1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Spud") in "Crime" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by John B. Hymer, Samuel Shipman. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 22 Feb 1927-Aug 1927 (closing date unknown/186 performances). Cast: Carol Baldwin, Barbara Barondess, Elwood Fleet Bostwick (as "Insp. McGuiness"), William Boulias, Neil Bridges, Delancey Cleveland, Marie Cole, Claude Cooper, Josephine Deffry, Cleve Delland, Katharine Francis, Spurr K. Gould, Walter D. Greene, R.H. Irving, Kay Johnson, Eddie Kelly, Michael Markham, Charles P. Mather, Earle Mayne, Douglass Montgomery (as "Tommy Brown"), Chester Morris (as "Rocky Morse"), John O'Meara, Marvin Oreck, Walter Powers, Irving Rapper, James Rennie, Jess Romer, Clifton Self, Phillip M. Sheridan, Sylvia Sidney (as "Annabelle Porter"), Mary Smith, Jack Thomson, John Ward, Gustav Yorke. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Pirrano") in "Los Angeles" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Max Marcin and Donald Ogden Stewart. Directed by Sam Forrest. Hudson Theatre: 19 Dec 1927-Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Alan Brooks, G. Davidson Clark, Frances Dale, Frank Ford, Martha Manners, Jane Oaker, Rosalie O'Reilly, Neil Pratt, Thelma Pritchard, Mary Robinson, Walter W. Shuttleworth, Alison Skipworth (as "Mrs. Jones"), Louis Sorin (as "Mr. Rosebud"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Hobart Towne"), Helen Vinson (as "Miss Harrison"), Daniel Wolf. Produced by George M. Cohan.

(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Juarez") in "Diamond Lil" on Broadway. Comedy/melodrama. Written by Mae West (also in cast, as "Diamond Lil"). Suggested by Mark Linder (also in cast). Costume Design by Dolly Tree. Scenic Design by August Vimnera Studios. Directed by Ira Hards. Royale Theatre: 9 Apr 1928-Sep 1928 (closing date unknown/178 performances). Cast: Ernest Anderson, Joseph A. Barrett, Jack Cheatham, Chuck Connors II, Curtis Cooksey (as "Capt. Cummings"), Clara Cubitt (as "Skinny Schultz"), Marion Day, Herbert Duffy, J. Merrill Holmes, Jack Howard, David Hughes, Lois Jesson, Jo-Jo, Richard K. Keith, James A. Kelly, Patsy Klein, Thelma Lawrence, Mary Martin, Agnes Neilson, Louis Nusbaum, George O'Donnell, Evelyn Ortega, Rafaela Ottiano, Elizabeth Pendleton, Ranald Savery, Adah Sherman, Joseph Skinner, Helen Vincent, Frank Wallace, Pat Whalen. Produced by Jack Linder.

(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Don Felipe") in "Fiesta". Drama. Written by 'Michael Gold (I). Directed by James Light. Provincetown Playhouse: 17 Sep 1929-Oct 1929 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Leon S. Birnbaum (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), George Buyante (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Anita Case (as "Danver"), Ruth Chorpenning (as "Rafaela"), Warren Colson (as "Don Jesus"), Richard de Merino (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), David De Sisto (as "Amador"), Sophia Delza (as "Dancing Girl"), Paul Dorn (as "An Old Peon"), David Fields (as "Aurelio"), Harold Gary (credited as Harold Garry; as "Tomas"; Broadway debut), Brana Ghorn (as "Dancer"), Martin Glee (as "A Peon"), Anthony Grey (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Eugene Grossman (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Maide Huneker (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Esther Junger (as "Dancer"), Sidney Kline, Kemble Knight (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Josef Lagarovici (as "Sheriff"), William Martin (as "Miguel"), Charles McCarthy (as "Chato"), Donald McHenry (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Arnold Mirante (as "Isidro"), Allan Nagle (as "Pablo"), Lillian Okun (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Henry Petersilie (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Carl Benton Reid (as "Don Enrique"), Philip Roll (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Virginia Rose (as "Tombola Woman"), Albert Rosen (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Charles Sardisco (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), Edward Segal (as "Ignacio"), Beverly Sitgreaves (as "Dona Luisa"), Keith Stillman (as "Uncle Pepe"), Benjamin Taly (as "Member of the Fiesta Ensemble"), George Tobias (as "Santiago"), Darly Urritia (as "Dancer"), Malie Urritia (as "Dancer"), Virginia Venable (as "Guadalupe"). Produced by The Experimental Theatre Inc.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Captain") in "A Farewell to Arms" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Laurence Stallings from the novel by Ernest Hemingway. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. National Theatre: 22 Sep 1930-Oct 1930 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast included: Glenn Anders, Jules David, Ralph Desmond, Joseph Dowling, Harold Huber, Helen Kim, Louis Veda, Katherine Warren, Mortimer Weldon, Crane Wilbur.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Gar Boni"; final Broadway role) in "Midnight" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Claire Sifton and Paul Sifton. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 29 Dec 1930-Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Maud Allan, Glenn Anders (as "Bob Nolan"), Harold Bolton, Zena Colaer, Josephine Hull (as "Mrs. Weldon"), William R. Kane, Tom H.A. Lewis, Harriet E. MacGibbon (as "Ada Biggers"), Clifford Odets (as "Arthur Weldon"), James Parker, Frederick Perry, Francis Pierlot (as "Richard McGrath"), Charles Powers, Samuel Rosen, Neal Stone, Robert Strange, Fred Sullivan, Royal Dana Tracey, Louis Veda (as "Photographer"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Joe Biggers"), Linda Watkins. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1965) Unsold pilot: Co-starred in a sitcom pilot called "The Shady Acres Mob".

(4/5/37) Radio: Appeared (as "Priest") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "A Farewell to Arms".


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