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(1910- 1944). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1910). Stage: The Scarlet Pimpernel. Written by Baroness Emmuska Orczy and Montagu Barstow. Directed by Fred Terry. Knickerbocker Theatre: 24 Oct 1910- Nov 1910 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: J. Carter-Edwards, Malcolm Cherry, Guy Cunningham, J.L. Dale, George Dudley, Walter Edwin [Broadway debut], Maurice Elvey, Frederick Groves, Horace Hodges, Alfred Kendrick, Philip Merivale [Broadway debut], Julia Neilson, E. Eastern Pickering, Fred Terry (as "Sir Percy Blakeney"), H.H. Wright, Norman Yates. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1910). Stage Play: Henry of Navarre. Written by William Devereaux. Knickerbocker Theatre: 28 Nov 1910- Dec 1910 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Eileen Beatrice, J. Carter-Edwards, Malcolm Cherry, Guy Cunningham, J.L. Dale, George Dudley, Walter Edwin, Maurice Elvey, Leslie Gordon, Horace Hodges, Phyllis Manners, Philip Merivale, Julia Neilson, W.B. Parker, E. Eastern Pickering, Fred Terry, H.H. Wright. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1914). Stage Play: Pygmalion. Comedy.

(1916). Stage Play: Pollyanna.

(1916). Stage Play: The Harp of Life. Written by J. Hartley Manners. Globe Theatre: 27 Nov 1916- Mar 1917 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: Lynn Fontanne, Gail Kane, Frank Kemble-Cooper, Philip Merivale, Folliott Paget, Laurette Taylor, Dion Titheradge. Produced by George C. Tyler and Klaw & Erlanger.

(1919). Stage Play: A Young Man's Fancy. Comedy. Written by John T. McIntyre. Playhouse Theatre: 15 Oct 1919- Oct 1919 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth (as "Handel"), Harry Barfoot (as "Martin"), Eugenie Blair (as "The Hostess"), Symona Boniface (as "The Tall Girl"), Frank Boyd (as "Congo"), Jessie Busley (as "Miss Carter"), Viola Cain (as "The Girl in Blue"), John Davidson (as "The Dark Young Man"), Jeanne Eagels (as "Mary Darling/Mary's Image"), Sidney Elliott (as "The Brown Haired Young Man"), Morgan Farley (as "The Pink Youth"), Alfred Kappeler (as "Leftwich"), Mary Kennedy (as "Miss Halsey"), J.M. Kerrigan (as "Costigan"), Howard Lindsay (as "Laramy"), Philip Merivale (as "Pickering"), Bessie Owens (as "The Blonde Girl"), Walter Percival (as "Devine"), John D. Seymour (as "The Man Servant"). Produced by George C. Tyler.

(1919). Stage Play: One Night in Rome. Drama. Written by J. Hartley Manners. Criterion Theatre: 2 Dec 1919- Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/107 performances). Cast: Barry Baxter (as "Denby Wragge"), Louise Beaudet (as "Mrs. Redlynch"), Marie Bianchi (as "La Bambina"), Helen Blair (as "Zephyr"), Valentine Clemow (as "Aenea"), H. Cooper Cliffe (as "Mr. Justice Millburne"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "Gresham"), Olin Field (as "Kiara"), Greta Kemble-Cooper (as "Iola"), George Majeroni [credited as Giorgio Majeroni] (as "Signor Diranda"), Philip Merivale (as "Richard Oak"), Mrs. Felix Morris (as "Mrs. Oak"), John Davenport (as "Seymour Bikra"), Laurette Taylor (as "L'Enigme"). Produced by George C. Tyler. Note: Filmed by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corporation [later known as MGM] as One Night in Rome (1924).

(1920). Stage Play: The Tragedy of Nan. Tragedy.

(1920). Stage Play: Call the Doctor. Comedy. Written by Jean Archibald. Directed by David Belasco. Empire Theatre: 31 Aug 1920- Dec 1920 (closing date unknown/127 performances). Cast: John Amory (as "Judge Thomas"), Janet Beecher (as "Joan Deering"), Jane Houston (as "Alice Spencer"), Fania Marinoff (as "Balog-Mari"), Rea Martin (as "Nellie"), Philip Merivale (as "Dudley Townsend"), Barbara Milton (as "Harriet Lane"), William Morris (as "Howard Mowbray"), Charlotte Walker (as "Catherine Mowbray"), Mrs. Thomas A. Wise (as "Isabel Thomas"). Produced by David Belasco.

(1922). Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by David Belasco. Lyceum Theatre: 21 Dec 1922- 6 Mar 1923 (92 performances). Cast: Julia Adler (as "Jessica, Shylock's daughter"), A.E. Anson (as "Duke of Venice"), Horace Braham (as "Lorenzo, gentleman of Venice"), Henry Brown (as "Page"), Albert Bruning (as "Tubal, an associate of Shylock"), Edward Crandall (as "Leonardo, servant to Bassanio"), Ward DeWolfe (as "Jester"), Mary Ellis (as "Nerissa, Portia's waiting gentle-woman") [Broadway debut], Reginald Goode (as "Solanio, friend of Antonio"), Herbert Grimwood (as "Prince of Morocco"), Charles Harbury (as "Balthasar, servant to Portia"), Nick Long (as "Court Clerk"), Ian Maclaren (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice"), Fuller Mellish (as "Old Gobbo, Launcelot's father"), Philip Merivale (as "Bassanio"), W.I. Percival (as "Gratiano, gentleman of Venice"), Herbert Ranson (as "Salarino, friend of Antonio"), Mary Servoss (as "Portia, an heiress in Belmont"), Morris Strassberg (as "Chus"), Percival Vivian (as "Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock"), David Warfield (as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender"), Edward H. Wever (as "Stephano, servant to Portia"). Produced by David Belasco.

(1923). Stage Play: The Swan. Comedy. Written by Ferenc Molnár. Translated from the Hungarian by Melville Baker. Directed by David Burton. Cort Theatre: 23 Oct 1923- Jun 1924 (closing date unknown/255 performances). Cast: Geraldine Beckwith, Jack Cobb, Tom Collins, Boswell Davenport, Margaret Farr, Stanley Grand, Carl Hartberg, Halliwell Hobbes (as "Father Hyacinth"), Alice John (as "Symphorosa"), Stanley Kalkhurst, Eva Le Gallienne (as "Alexandra"), Richie Ling (as "Caesar"), Nancie B. Marsland, Philip Merivale (as "Prince Albert"), Basil Rathbone (as "Dr. Nicholas Agi"), Jane Shaw, Alison Skipworth (as "Princess Maria Dominica"), Hilda Spong (as "Princess Beatrice"), George Walcott (as "Arsene"), Henry Warwick, Alan Willey. Produced by Charles Frohman Inc. Note: Filmed by MGM as The Swan (1956).

(1924). Stage Play: Grounds for Divorce. Written by Guy Bolton. From the Hungarian of Ernest Vajda. Empire Theatre: 23 Sep 1924- Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/127 performances). Cast: Bertha Belmore (as "Henriette Deschamps"), Gladys Burgess (as "Denise Sorbier"), Philip Merivale (as "Maurice Sorbier"), Edward Reese, H. Reeves-Smith (as "Felix Roget"), Georges Renavent (as "Marquis Guido Longoni"), Gladys Wilson, Cora Witherspoon (as "Marianne Regnault"). Produced by Henry Miller. Note: Filmed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Grounds for Divorce (1925).

(1925). Stage Play: Antonia.

(1925). Stage Play: The Monkey Talks.

(1926). Stage Play: King Henry IV, Part I. Historical drama.

(1926). Stage Play: Scotch Mist. Comedy.

(1926). Stage Play: Head or Tail. Comedy.

(1927). Stage Play: The Road to Rome. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Playhouse Theatre: 31 Jan 1927- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/392 performances). Cast: Charles Brokaw (as "Scipio"), Fairfax Burger (as "Varius"), Joyce Carey, Jane Cowl (as "Amytis"), Louis Hector (as "Hasdrubal"), Lionel Hogarth (as "Sertorius/Thotmes"), Barry Jones, Walter Kinsella (as "Third Guard"), Ben Lackland (as "Second Guard"), Richie Ling (as "Fabius"), Lewis Martin, Jock McGraw, John McNulty, Peter Meade, Philip Merivale (as "Hannibal"), Harold Moffet (as "Carthalo"), Clement O'Loghlen, William Pearce, Gert Pouncy, Jessie Ralph (as "Fabia"), William R. Randall, Alfred Webster. Produced by William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman.

(1927). Stage Play: Hidden.

(1928). Stage Play: The Jealous Moon.

(1929). Stage Play: Paolo and Francesca. Drama (revival).

(1929). Stage Play: Death Takes a Holiday. Drama. Written by Alberto Casella. Book adapted by Walter Ferris. Directed by Lawrence Marston. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 26 Dec 1929- Jun 1930 (closing date unknown/180 performances). Cast: Thomas Bate (as "Fedele"), Olga Birkbeck (as "Stephanie"), Viva Birkett (as "Princess of San Luca"), Roland Bottomley (as "Eric Fenton"), Martin Burton (as "Corrado"), James Dale (as "Duke Lambert"), Wallace Erskine (as "Baron Cesarea"), Florence Golden (as "Cora"), Frank Greene (as "Major Whitred"), Rose Hobart (as "Grazia"), Philip Merivale (as "His Serene Highness, Prince Sirki of Vitalba Alexa"), Anna Orr (as "Alda"), Lenore Sorsby (as "Rhoda Fenton"). Produced by Lee Shubert. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Death Takes a Holiday (1934) and Meet Joe Black (1998).

(1931). Stage Play: Death Takes a Holiday. Drama (revival). Written by Alberto Casella.

(1931). Stage Play: Cynara. Drama. Written by H.M. Harwood and R. Gore Brown. Adapted from the novel "An Imperfect Lover" by R.F. Gore-Brown (known in the film industry as Robert Brown). Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Morosco Theatre: 2 Nov 1931- May 1932 (closing date unknown/210 performances). Cast: Adrianne Allen (as "Doris Lea"), Peter Barbier, Thomas Bate, Gladys Bell, Edna Bennett, Hannam Clark (as "Rev. Harold Dringer, Foreman of the Jury"), Jean Derayville (as "A Customer"), Linda Eder (as "Alice Boot"), Phoebe Foster (as "Clemency Warlock"), Shirley Gale (as "Miss Trix "), Paul Hanson, Miriam Jordan, A.P. Kaye (as "Mr. Boot, Coroner"), Mario Majeroni (as "Mr. Small"), Alice Martin, Marguerite Martin (as "Marjorie"), Vera Fuller Mellish (as "Grace Boot"), Philip Merivale (as "Jim Warlock"), Mary Newham-Davis, Clement O'Loghlen, Kathryn O'Neill, Joe Romantini, Mary Scott Seton, Henry Stephenson (as "Hon. John Tring"), Mary Williamson. Produced by Lee Shubert. Note: Filmed as Cynara (1932).

(1933). Stage Play: Mary of Scotland. Historical drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Scenic/Costume Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Theresa Helburn. Alvin Theatre: 27 Nov 1933- Jul 1934 (closing date unknown/248 performances). Cast: Helen Hayes (as "Mary Stuart"), Helen Menken (as "Elizabeth Tudor"), Philip Merivale (as "James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell"), Quentin Anderson (as "A Warder"), Edgar Barrier (as "Lord Douglas"), Ernest Cossart (as "Lord Throgmorton"), George Coulouris (as "Lord Burghley/Lord Erskine"), Charles Dalton (as "Lord Huntley"), Philip Foster (as "Lord Gordon"), Wilton Graff (as "James Stuart, Earl of Moray"), Cecil Holm (as "Jamie, a Guard"), William Jackson (as "Monk, a Guard"), Anthony Kemble-Cooper (as "Lord Darnley"), Ernest Lawford (as "Maitland of Lethington"), Philip Leigh (as "David Rizzio"), Maurice F. Manson (as "A Page/Graeme, a Sergeant"), Jock McGraw (as "Tammas, a Guard"), Mary Michael (as "Mary Beaton"), Moroni Olsen (as "John Knox"), Stanley Ridges (as "Lord Morton"), Cynthia Rogers (as "Mary Fleming"), Helen Shea (as "Mary Seton"), Edward Trevor (as "Chatelard"), Leonard Willey (as "Duc de Chatelherault/Lord Ruthven"), Deane Willoughby (as "Mary Livingstone"). Produced by The Theatre Guild. Note: Filmed by Radio Pictures [RKO] as Mary of Scotland (1936).

(1934). Stage Play: Valley Forge. Historical drama.

(1935). Stage Play: Othello. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Henry Herbert. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 27 Sep 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Roland Bottomley (as "Roderigo"), Betty Bourjaily (as "Bianca"), Edward Broadley (as "Sailor"), Alexandra Carlisle (as "Emilia"), Hannam Clark (as "Gratiano"), Gladys Cooper (as "Desdemona"), Staats Cotsworth (as "Gentleman of Cyprus"), Margaret English (as "Woman of Cyrus"), Charles Francis (as "Lodovico"), Harold Gould (as "Brabantio"), Joseph Holland (as "Gentleman of Cyprus"), Kenneth Hunter (as "Cassio"), T. Jerome Lawler (as "Montano"), Connie Lent (as "Woman of Cyrus"), Kenneth MacKenna (as "Iago"), Maurice Manson (as "Messenger"), Philip Merivale (as "Othello"), Henry Morrell (as "Duke of Venice"), Ralph Nelson (as "Officer"), Bram Nossen (as "Gentleman of Cyprus"), Constance Pellissier [credited as Constance Pelissier] (as "Woman of Cyrus"). Produced by Crosby Gaige/Crosby Gaige Inc.

(1935). Stage Play: Macbeth. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Henry Herbert. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 7 Oct 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Thomas Bate (as "Servant"), Roland Bottomley (as "Angus, a nobleman"), Betty Bourjaily (as "Court Lady"), Edward Broadley (as "Old Man/Third Witch"), Catherine Cale (as "Court Lady"), Alexandra Carlisle (as "Lady Macduff"), Hannam Clark (as "Porter/Second Witch"), Gladys Cooper (as "Lady Macbeth"), Staats Cotsworth (as "Donalbain, son of Duncan/Messenger"), Margaret English (as "Boy"), Charles Francis (as "Banquo, a general of the Scottish army"), Harold Gould (as "Siward/First Witch"), Joseph Holland (as "Lennox, a nobleman"), Kenneth Hunter (as "Ross, a nobleman"), T. Jerome Lawler (as "Malcolm, son of Duncan"), Connie Lent (as "Fleance, son of Banquo"), Kenneth MacKenna (as "Macduff, a nobleman of Scotland"), Maurice F. Manson (as "Seton, an officer attending on Macbeth"), Philip Merivale (as "Macbeth, a general of the Scottish army"), Henry Morrell (as "Duncan, King of Scotland/Doctor"), Ralph Nelson (as "Young Seyward"), Bram Nossen (as "Captain/First Murderer"), Edward Oldfield, Constance Pellissier [credited as Constance Pelissier] (as "Gentlewoman"). Produced by Crosby Gaige/Crosby Gaige Inc.

(1936). Stage Play: Call it a Day. Comedy. Written by Dodie Smith. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie [earliest Broadway credit]. Morosco Theatre: 28 Jan 1936- Jul 1936 (closing date unknown/194 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Paul Francis"), Gladys Cooper (as "Dorothy Hilton"), Philip Merivale (as "Roger Hilton"), John Buckmaster, Valerie Cossart (as "Vera"), Jeanne Dante (as "Ann Hilton"), Florence Edney, Lawrence Grossmith (as "Frank Haines"), Mary Mason (as "Joan Collett"), Esther Mitchell (as "Elsie Lester"), Claudia Morgan (as "Beatrice Gwynne"), William Packer, Viola Roache (as "Muriel Weston"), Lillian B. Tonge (as "Mrs. Milson"), Florence Williams, Frances Williams (as "Ethel Francis"). Replacement actors: Kathleen Comegys (as "Ethel Francis"). Produced by The Theatre Guild Inc. Produced in association with Lee Ephraim.

(1937). Stage Play: And Now Goodbye. Drama. Written by Philip Howard. Based on a novel by James Hilton. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Reginald Bach. John Golden Theatre: 2 Feb 1937- Feb 1937 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Margaret Anderson, Thomas Bate, Marguerite Churchill (as "Elizabeth Garland"), Kathryn Collier, Marie De Becker, Eda Heinemann (as "Miss Potts"), Edgar Kent, Richie Ling (as "Dr. Ringwood") [final Broadway role], Philip Merivale (as "Rev. Howat Freemantl"), Hilda Plowright (as "Mrs. Freemantle"), Horace Sinclair (as "Mrs. Trevis"), Ruth Vivian (as "Mrs. Garland"). Produced by John Golden.

(1938). Stage Play: Lorelei. Drama.

(1938). Stage Play: Spring Meeting. Comedy.

(1939). Stage Play: Ladies and Gentlemen.

(1941). Stage Play: The Talley Method. Written by S.N. Behrman. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elmer Rice. Henry Miller's Theatre: 24 Feb 1941- 12 Apr 1941 (56 performances). Cast: Ina Claire (as "Enid Fuller"), Ernst Deutsch, Dean Harens, Lida Kane, Philip Merivale (as "Dr. Axton Talley"), Claire Niesen, Hiram Sherman (as "Cy Blodgett"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, S.N. Behrman, John F. Wharton).

(1944). Stage Play: The Duke in Darkness.

(September 2, 1913) "Joseph And His Brethren," written and directed by Louis N. Parker (as Louis Napoleon Parker); with Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree; George Relph, Maxine Elliott, Philip Merivale, Cynthia Brooke, Jessie Winter, Henry Vibart, Owen Roughwood, and Roy Byford in the cast; on the West End at His Majesty's Theatre, London, England, UK.

(1939) He acted in John Perry and M.J. Farrell's play, "Spring Meeting," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Gladys Cooper in the cast.

(1941) He acted in John Van Druten's play, "Behold We Live," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Gertrude Lawrence in the cast.

(February 2, 1931) He acted in Alberto Cassella's play, "Death Takes A Holiday," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(May 31, 1931) He acted in the play, "The Best of Families." at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(February 19, 1940) He acted in Ernest Vajda's play, "Ladies and Gentlemen," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Helen Hayes in the cast.

(January 20, 1941) He acted in the play, "The Talley Method," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(March 5, 1942) He acted in the play "Rose Burke," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Jean Pierre Aumont and Katharine Cornell in the cast.


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