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  • (1917) Stage: Appeared (as "Gustave"; credited as Eugene Lockhart; Broadway debut) in "The Riviera Girl" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by P.G. Wodehouse (also lyrics) and Guy Bolton. Music by Emmerich Kálmán. Based on a Viennese operette by Leo Stein and Béla Jenbach. Musical Direction by Charles Previn. Choreographed by Julian Mitchell. Directed by Herbert Graham. New Amsterdam Theatre: 24 Sep 1917-15 Dec 1917 (78 performances). Cast: Dolly Alwyn (as "Chorus"), Wilda Bennett (as "Sylva Vareska"), Marjorie Bentley (as "The Butterfly" / "Daisy"), Arthur Burckley (as "Charles Lorenz"), Aubrey Burton (as "Chorus"), Viola Cain as "Claire Ferrier"), Edith Callan (as "Chorus"), Julia Callan (as "Chorus"), Kitty Carmen (as "Chorus"), Mae Carmen (as "Lucile"), Louis Casavant (as "Count Michael Lorenz"), Adele Christy (as "Chorus"), Edna Coigne (as "Chorus"), Miss Cotton (as "Chorus"), Flora Crosbie (as "Chorus"), Juliette Day (as "Birdie Springer"), Ethel Delmar (as "Babette" / "Chorus"), Florence Delmar (as "Julie" / "Chorus"), Nell Edwardy (as "Chorus"), Louise Evans (as "The New Star"), Frank Farrington (as "Anatole"), Grace Field (as "Chorus"), Miss Fielder (as "Chorus"), Carl Gantvoort (as "Victor de Berryl"), Bessie Gros (as "Cleo"), Sam Hardy (as "Sam Springer"), J. Clarence Harvey (as "Baron Ferrier"), Miss James (as "Chorus"), J. Lowe Murphy (as "Paul"), Miss Redding (as "Chorus"), Miss Rentelen (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Rial (as "Chorus"), William Sadler (as "Old Rigg"), Billy Vernon (as "Chorus"), Miss Winaut (as "Chorus"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Arthur") in "The Skylark" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Thomas P. Robinson. Directed by Henry Stillman and Fred Eric. Belmont Theatre: 25 Jul 1921-Aug 1921 (closing date unknown/32 performances).
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared in "Sun-Up" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1924) Stage: Appeared in "The Wonderful Visit" on Broadway.
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared in "The Handy Man" on Broadway. Comedy/drama.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared in "Bunk of 1926" on Broadway.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared in "Sure Fire" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1930) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Father of the Wilderness" on Broadway. Drama (revival).
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Waitwill") in "The Way of the World" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Congreve. Directed by B. Iden Payne. Guild Theatre: 1 Jun 1931-8 Jun 1931 (8 performances).
  • (1932) Stage: Directed "The Young Idea" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Noël Coward. Directed by Gene Lockhart. Heckscher Theatre: 18 Mar 1932-Mar 1932 (closing date unknown/3 performances). Produced by The Snarks.
  • (1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Gumption Cute") in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by G.L. Aiken. Musical program directed by Harry Gilbert. Revised by A.E. Thomas. Based on the novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Musical program prepared by Edward T. Emery. Directed by Earle Boothe. Alvin Theatre: 29 May 1933-Jun 1933 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Fay Bainter (as "Topsy"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Simon Legree"), Lyster Chambers (as "Haley"), Joseph Cummings Chase, George Christie (as "Mr. Wilson"), Russel Crouse (as "Ensemble"), Owen Culbertson, Francis H. Day, Pedro de Cordoba (as "George Harris"), Elizabeth Dewing, Malcolm Duncan, Mrs. Edward D. Dunn, Edward Delaney Dunn, Minnie Dupree (as "Aunt Ophelia"), Edwin T. Emery (as "Second Bidder"), Essie Emery, Sylvia Field (as "Marie"), William Fisher, Harry Gilbert, Ernest Glendinning (as "St. Clare"), Eleanor Goodrich, Harold W. Gould (as "Skeggs, the Auctioneer"), Harry Gresham (as "Quimbo"), Amy Groesbeck, Burford Hampden, Oswald Hering, Richard Hoffmann, Frederick Jagel, John C. King, John Knight, John Kramer, Wright Kramer, Ben Lackland (as "Sambo"), Roy Le May, Nancy Levering, Kathleen Lockhart (as "Ensemble"), Cecilia Loftus (as "Aunt Chloe"), Alice MacKenzie, Edward McNamara (as "Phineas Fletcher"), Oswald Marshall, Kate Mayhew (as "Aunt Hagar"), Harold McGee, Samuel Merwin, Earl Mitchell, T.H. Montgomery, John Daly Murphy (as "Marks"), Patricia O'Connell, Janice O'Connell, Patricia O'Connell, Paul Parks, George Riddell, Elisabeth Risdon (as "Eliza"), Lois Shore, Florence Short, Otis Skinner (as "Uncle Tom"), James Stanley, Harold Staton, W.B. Taylor, Raymond Thayer, Grenville Vernon, John Barnes Wells, Frank Wilcox (as "George Fisk"). Produced by The Players Club.
  • (1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Sid Davis") in "Ah, Wilderness!" on Broadway Comedy. Written by Eugene O'Neill. Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 2 Oct 1933- Jun 1934 (closing date unknown/289 performances). Cast: George M. Cohan (as "Nat Miller, owner of the Evening Globe"), Adelaide Bean (as "Mildred Miller"; final Broadway role), John Butler (as "Salesman"), Ruth Chorpenning (as "Norah"), Elisha Cook Jr. (as "Richard Miller"), Ruth Gilbert (as "Muriel McCmber"), Eda Heinemann (as "Lily Miller"), Ruth Holden (as "Belle"), Majorie Marquis, Donald McClelland (as "Bartender"), William Post Jr. (as "Arthur Miller"), Richard Sterling (as "David McComber, a dry-goods merchant"), Walter Vonnegut Jr. (as "Tommy Miller"), John Wynne (as "Wint Selby, a classmate of Arthur's"). Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTES: (1) One of the biggest hits of the dismal 1933- 34 Broadway season. (2) Filmed as Ah Wilderness! (1935).
  • (1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Samuel L. Blauker") in "Sweet Mystery of Life" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Richard Maibaum, Michael Wallach and George Haight. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed / produced by Herman Shumlin. Shubert Theatre: 11 Oct 1935-Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Evelyn Allen (Broadway debut; as "Genevieve"), Edward Butler (as "Andy Flannigan"), Hobart Cavanaugh (as "Rosmer Peek"), Mady Correll (as "Norma"), Broderick Crawford (as "Boop Oglethorpe"; Broadway debut), William David (as "Herring"), Joseph Eggenton (as "Dr. MacDuffy"), Franklyn Fox (as "Wethered"), Curtis Karpe (as "Dr. Worshofsky"), Pass Le Noir (as "J.C. Nichol"; Broadway debut), Kathryn March (as "Lucille Bailey"), 'Louis Polan' (as "Loretti"), Erskine Sanford (as "Dr. Warren"), Virginia Shields (as "Cigarette Girl"), Thomas F. Tracey (as "Dr. Bell"), Virginia Tracy (as "Mrs. Minninger"), Herbert Warren (as "Steiner").
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared in "Virginia" on Broadway. Musical/romance. Book by Laurence Stallings and Owen Davis. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Al Stillman. Music orchestrated by Ardon Cornwell, Hans Spialek, Phil Wall, Will Vodery and Maurice Baron. Vocal arrangements by Lee Montgomery and Kenny Christie. Book directed by Edward C. Lilley. Choreographed by Florence Rogge. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Leon Leonidoff. Center Theatre: 2 Sep 1937-23 Oct 1937 (60 performances). Cast: Martha Adamson, Ajax, James Allison, Nelson Ames, Viola Anderson, Avis Andrews, Elizabeth Andrews, Gene Archer, Bruce Barclay, Milton Barnette, Mona Barrie, John Barry, George Beach, Clarence Beasley, Bertha Belmore, Max Benson, Margaret Benton, Alice Berwald, Anne Booth, Geraldine Bork, Patricia Bowman, Virginia Browning, Nigel Bruce (as "His Excellency, Governor of the Colony"), John W. Bubbles, Ford L. Buck, Boris Butleroff, Jack Carr, Helen Carroll, Tania Clell, G. Congreve, Don Cortez, Henry Davis, John Diggs, Mable Downs, Janice Dremann, Laura Duncan, Ranolds Dupler, John Eldon, Maurice Ellis, Sally Ellis, Esta Elman, James Evans & Co., Gordon Felts, Doris Fischer, Leon Fokine, Marie Fox, Ed Galloway, Herbert Garstin, Margo Gavin, Ray Giles, Herbert Goff, Ronald Graham, Gail Grant, Marie Grimaldi, Val Gueral, Katie Hall, Lansing Hatfield, Gladys Haverty, Hermoine Hawkins, Lola Hayes, Margaret Hayness, Dennis Hoey (as "Sir Guy Carleton"), Bruce Howard, Louisa Howard, Mabel Howard, Polly Iuen, Lo Iven, Norman Jackson, Eleanor James, Charlotte Junius, Nora Kaye, George Kiddon, Karl Kohrs, Leona Krauss, Robert Landine, Anna Lazarevich, Bubblesette Leacock, Linn Ledford, James Lillard, Gene Lockhart (as "Fortesque of Drury Lane"), Thalia Mara, Anthony Marvin, Joseph Meyer, Margaret Miller, Doris Moore, Charlotte Mount, Mae Muth, Fyodor Nazinoff, Doris Newcomb, Eunice Northup, Martha Pacina, Muriel Pack, George Prentice, David Preston, Marion Raber, Robert Raines, John Ravold (as "A Patriot"), Billy Redfield, Gordon Richards, Bruce Rogers, Margaret Rogers, Peggy Romano, Rosa Rubenstein, Nina Sabatini, Joseph Scandur, Tom Scott, Winton Sears, Zelda Shelton, Morrie Siegel, Maude Simmons, Gus Simons, Ed Smith, Irene Soussanin, Sylvia Stone, Tatyanna, Harold Taub, Tom Tempest, Charles Timpson, Adrienne Toner, Valia Valentinoff, Gladys Vincent, Grace Walsh, Howard Warriner, Charles Welch, Alma Wertley, Lewis White, W.W. Whitfield, Katherine Wilson, David Worth, Irene Zambelli. Produced by The Center Theatre (John Kenneth Hyatt: Managing Director).
  • (1945) Stage: Appeared in "Happily Ever After" on Broadway. Written by Donald Kirkley and Howard Burman. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Crane Wilbur. Biltmore Theatre: 15 Mar 1945-24 Mar 1945 (12 performances). Produced by Bernard Klawans and Victor Payne-Jennings.
  • (1949) Stage: Appeared in "Death of a Salesman" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (12/14/42) Radio: Appeared (as "Regis") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Algiers".
  • (2/23/48) Radio: Appeared (as "Henri D'Arcenaux") in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "The Foxes of Harrow".
  • (1955) He acted in Stephen Vincent Benet's musical, "The Music Master," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Patricia Peardon and Joseph Macaulay in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.
  • (November 2, 1943) Radio "Suspense, Episode 64: Statement of Employee Henry Wilson" voicing the title role.
  • (September 26, 1946) Radio "Suspense, Episode 212: Statement of Employee Henry Wilson". Remake of original with Gene Lockhart repeating his voice work

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