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(1945) Stage: Wrote "The Overtons", produced on Broadway Directed by Elisabeth Bergner. Booth Theatre (moved to The Forrest Theatre from 12 Mar 1945-23 Jun 1945 then moved to The National Theatre from 25 Jun 1945 to close): 6 Feb 1945-7 Jul 1945 (175 performances). Cast: Glenda Farrell (as "Judith Bancroft"), Arlene Francis (as "Cora Overton"), Walter Greaza (as "James Lawson"), Don Kohler (as "Tommy"), Charles Lang (as "Minot"), Mary Lawrence, Jack Whiting (as "Jack Overton"). Produced by Paul Czinner.

(1931) Stage: Wrote "Washington Heights", produced on Broadway. Drama. Written by Vincent Lawrence. Directed / produced by Philip Goodman. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 29 Sep 1931-Oct 1931 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Jane Bramley (as "Beatrice Gaynor"), Clay Clement (as "Joe Boley"), William Crane, William Harrigan (as "Jim Grove"), Constance McKay, Drew Price, Joanna Roos.

(1929) Stage: Wrote "Among the Married", produced on Broadway. Comedy. NOTE: Filmed as Men Call It Love (1931).

(1928) Stage: Wrote "Treasure Girl", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy.

(1928) Stage: Wrote "In Love With Love", produced on Broadway. Directed / produced by Joseph E. Shea. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 14 May 1928-May 1928 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Flavia Arcaro, Margaret Borough, Percy Helton (as "Robert Metcalf"), Miriam Meehan, Philip Tonge (as "Frank Oakes"), Brandon Tynan, Marshall Vincent.

(1928) Stage: Wrote "A Distant Drum", produced on Broadway. Directed / produced by William Harris Jr. Hudson Theatre: 20 Jan 1928-Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Louis Calhern (as "John Milburn"), Margery Card, Harold Elliott, Felix Krembs (as "George Wilson"), Mary Newcombe, Robert Thorne, Katherine Wilson.

(1927) Stage: Wrote (w/McElbert Moore) book for "Happy", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Frank H. Grey. Lyrics by Earle Crooker and McElbert Moore. Additional lyrics by Frank H. Grey and 'Ethelberta Hasbrook'. Additional music by Ethelberta Hasbrook. Musical Director: Carlton Kelsey. Directed by Walter Brooks. Earl Carroll Theatre (moved to Daly's 63rd Street Theatre from 6 Feb 1928 to close): 5 Dec 1927-25 Feb 1928). Cast: Lois Alexander, Daisie Bay, Bill Brown, Donald Campbell, Joseph Clayton, Alice Cochran, Ann Cochran, Gene Collins, Don Cortez, Willard Dashiell, Harriett Dixon, Bill Eckhard, Madeleine Fairbanks, George Fredericks, Edwin Gaillard, Katherine Glading, Percy Helton (as "Siggy Sigler"), John Kane, Rosa Lee, Clay Long, Mabel Martin, Anna Marie McKenney, Bob Nelson, Hermes Pan (as "Ensemble"), Vasso Pan, Nanie Possiel, Donald Rand, Lucile Reece, Betty Rourke, Fred Santley, Hugh Saunders, Shirley Sherman, Paula Sidman, Ruth Simmons, Virginia Smith, Richard Sumner, Hatty White, Edith Mae Wright. Produced by Murray Phillips.

(1926) Stage: Wrote "Sour Grapes", produced on Broadway. Comedy.

(1925) Stage: Wrote "Spring Fever", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 3 Aug 1925-Sep 1925 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Arthur H. Allen, Kathryn Brown, Helen Carrington, Marion Coakley, J. Alden Cooke, John T. Dwyer, Edward Emerson, Agatha Frederic, Chandler Houghton, Leo Kennedy, Joseph Kilgour (as "David Waters"), Wilton Lackaye (as "Frank Hoyt"), Francetta Mallory, Charles Penman, James Rennie, Emmet Ryan, Stewart Seymore, June Starr, Fred Sutton, Lou Turner, Harry Whittemore. Produced by A.H. Woods. NOTE: Filmed as Spring Fever (1927).

(1925) Stage: Wrote "Two Married Men" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1923) Stage: Wrote "In Love With Love", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Robert Milton. Ritz Theatre: 6 Aug 1923-Nov 1923 (closing date unknown/128 performances). Cast: Berton Churchill, Lynn Fontanne, Henry Hull, Wanda Lyon, Ralph Morgan, Maryland Morne, Robert Strange. Produced by William Harris Jr..

(1923) Stage: Wrote "Two Fellows and a Girl", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Vanderbilt Theatre: 19 Jul 1923-Nov 1923 (closing date unknown/132 performances). Cast: Jack Bennett (as "Thomas Ellery"), Alan Dinehart (as "Jim Dale"), Claiborne Foster (as "Doris Wadsworth"), John Halliday (as "Jack Moorland"), Ruth Shepley (as "Lea Ellery"), George Smithfield (as "Johnson"). Produced by George M. Cohan.

(1921) Stage: Wrote "The Ghost Between", produced on Broadway. Comedy. 39th Street Theatre: 22 Mar 1921-Jun 1921 (closing date unknown/100 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Richard Hunt"), W. Messenger Bellis, Walter Brown, Arthur Byron, Kathryn Keyes, Laura Walker.

(1928) His play, "In Love with Love," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Minor Watson in the cast.


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