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  • (1927 - 1957) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1927) Stage Play: A Lady in Love. Comedy.
  • (1927) Stage Play: The Trial of Mary Dugan. Melodrama. Written by Bayard Veiller. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. National Theatre: 19 Sep 1927- Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/437 performances). Cast: Michelette Baroni, Robert Beggs, Rex Cherryman, Robert Cummings, John P. Dougherty, Charles Edwards, Ann Harding (as "Mary Dugan"), Louis Jean Heydt (as "Harry Jones"), Arthur Hohl (as "District Attorney Galway"), Edwin T. Jones, Cyril Keightley (as "Edward West"), Anna Kostant, Barton MacLane (as "Assistant District Attorney"), Merle Maddern, Jasper Mangione, Leona Maricle (as "Dagmar Lorne") [Broadway debut], Lewis McMichael, Dennie Moore (as "Mary Harris"), Oscar Polk (as "James Madison"), Julia Ralph (as "Mrs. Kate Burton"), John Ravold, Dean Raymond, Marie Santas, Jack Sayer, John Sharkey, Robert Williams. Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: Filmed as The Trial of Mary Dugan (1929), by MGM as The Trial of Mary Dugan (1941), and as The Trial of Mary Dugan (1957).
  • (1928) Stage Play: Jarnegan.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Conflict. Written by Warren F. Lawrence. Directed by Edward C. Lilley. Fulton Theatre: 6 Mar 1929- Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Peggy Allenby, Mabel Allyn, Edward Arnold, Lois Arnold, Seth Arnold, Jack Bennett, Joe Boland, David Mann, Frank McHugh, Jack Mead, George Meeker, Dennie Moore (as "Mary Bishop"), Charles Scott, Spencer Tracy, Albert Dekker (as "Baron Von Mueller") (credited as Albert Van Dekker). Produced by Spad Producing Co., Inc.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Cross Roads. Drama. Written by Martin Flavin. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Morosco Theatre: 11 Nov 1929- Dec 1929 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Anna Borden, Orrin Burke (as "Cronin"), Eric Dressler (as "Michael"), Malcolm Duncan, Herbert Heywood, Dennie Moore (as "A Girl"), Mary Morris, Oscar Polk (as "Jep"), Irene Purcell, Peggy Shannon (as "Dora"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Patricia"), Franchot Tone (as "Duke"). Produced by Lewis E. Gensler.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Phantoms. Melodrama.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Torch Song. Written by Kenyon Nicholson. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 27 Aug 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews, Reed Brown Jr. (as "Howard Palmer"), June Clayworth, Hal K. Dawson (as "Joe Kramer"), Russell Hicks (as "Carl Loomis"), Pearl Hight, Aphie James, John Junior, Henriette Kaye, Guy Kibbee (as "Cass Wheeler"), Mayo Methot (as "Ivy Stevens"), Dennie Moore (as "Edna Kinsey"), Larry Oliver, Paul Porter. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1931) Stage Play: Anatol. Comedy.
  • (1931) Stage Play: East Wind.
  • (1932) Stage Play: The Man Who Reclaimed His Head. Drama. Written by Jean Bart. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman. Broadhurst Theatre: 8 Sep 1932- Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Rita Agostini, Jean Arthur (as "Adele Verin"), Richard Barrows, William Boren, Richard Bowler (as "French Soldier"), Lionel Braham (as "Baron de Montford"), Romaine Callender (as "Fernand Demoncey"), Stuart Casey, Edward T. Colebrook, James J. Coyle, Roger Paul Craig(as "Peddler"), Alexander Cross (as "Charlot/Messenger"), Marjorie Dalton, Evelyn Eaton (as "Linette Verin"), John Garfield (as "Peddler") [credited as Julien Garfield], Marshall Hale (as "Maniac"), Daniel Hamilton, Ray Harper, Hester Holm (as "Midinette"), David Hughes, Marie Hunt, Ray Lawrence, Lucille Lortel, Emily Lowry, Burton Mallory, Tucker McGuire (as "Midinette"), Kay Miller, Dennie Moore (as "Chonchon"), Mona Moray (as "Sister Rose"), Robert Neff (as "Spectator"), Allen Nourse (as "Jack/Waiter/Picard"), Milton Owen (as "Spectator"), Claude Rains (as "Paul Verin"), Janet Rathbun (as "Mimi/Lulu"), C. Ellsworth Smith (as "Gendarme"), Paul Wilson, Carleton Young (as "Curly"). Produced by Arthur Hammerstein and L. Lawrence Weber.
  • (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, Eddie Bergman, John Butler, Muriel Campbell, Claire Carleton, Wally Curtis, Gilbert Douglas, Joe Fields, Evelyn Gaile, Al Gentile, Charlotte Granville, Harry Green, Joseph Greewald, Jack Hazzard, Charles Henderson, Emil Hoch, Paul Kelly, Percy Kilbride, Victor Kilian, Della Lorraine, Ronnie Madsen, Millard Mitchell (as "Sam"), Dennie Moore (as "Jackie"), Lloyd Pickney, Vic Piemonte, Joe Ploski, John Porpora, Al Savarese, Louis Savarese, Mildred Stansill, John Sylvester, Juan Varro. Produced by Billy Rose.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Twentieth Century. Comedy (original production). Written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Stage Manager: Joseph Crehan. Directed by George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre: 29 Dec 1932- 20 May 1933 (152 performances). Cast: Frank Badham, Granville Bates (as "Conductor"), Matt Briggs, Joseph Crehan (as "First Detective") [final Broadway role], Florence Edney (as "Sadie"), William Frawley (as "Owen O'Malley"), Etienne Girardot (as "Matthew Clark"), Hans Hamsa, Ross Hertz (as "Train Secretary"), Ernest Hunter, Cliffman Jewell, Moffat Johnston, Edward La Roche (as "Second Beard/Judas"), Eugenie Leontovich, Dennie Moore (Anita Highland"), Roy Roberts, Henry Sherwood, Robert Sloane, J. Ascher Smith, James Spottswood, Charles Wagenheim, Alfred Webster, Clare Woodbury, William Worth. Produced by George Abbott and Phillip Dunning. Note: Filmed as Twentieth Century (1934).
  • (1933) Stage Play: Man Bites Dog. Farce. Written by Don Lochbiler and Arthur Barton. Directed by Arthur Barton. Lyceum Theatre: 25 Apr 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Jay Adler, Don Beddoe (as "Vic Kane, a Reporter"), Leo Donnelly (as "Doc Sanger, Managing Editor"), Gertrude Flynn (as "Helen Lee"), John Griggs, Lillian Herlein, James Kearney, Victor Kilian (as "Peter Schultz, News Editor"), Owen Martin (as "Snake Barlum, a Photographer"), Horace McMahon (as "McIntosh"), Millard Mitchell (as "Joe Barringer, a Reporter"), Dennie Moore (as "Renee Brennan"), Leo Needham, Lawrence O'Brien, W. Francis Robertson, Phil Sheridan (as "Armistead"), Jack Stone, Raymond Walburn (as "Jake Zimmel, City Editor"), Charles Walton. Produced by Theron Bamberger and Bernard Klawans.
  • (1933) Stage Play: The Pursuit of Happiness. Comedy.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Say When. Musical comedy.
  • (1936) Stage Play: Swing Your Lady. Comedy. Written by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Booth Theatre: 18 Oct 1936- Jan 1937 (105 performances).Cast: John Alexander, Walter Baldwin, Al Bartolot, Junior Eric Burtis, Jack Byrne, Ruth Chorpenning, Gloria Doray, Hope Emerson, Frank Harvey, Eddie Hodge, Teresa Keane, Eugene Keith, Joe Laurie, Matt McHugh, Dennie Moore (as "Cookie McGinn"), Charles Niemeyer, Henry Norell, Al Ochs, Warren Parker, William Redfield [credited as Billie Redfield], Jack Reynolds. Produced by Milton Shubert.
  • (1937) Stage Play: Hitch Your Wagon. Comedy. Written by Bernard C. Schoenfeld. Directed by Garson Kanin. 48th Street Theatre: 8 Apr 1937- May 1937 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Jim Backus, Willis Claire, George Curzon, John Galedon, Millicent Green, Joseph Greenwald, George Hunter, Gilmore James, Robert Kellard, Dennie Moore (as "Miss Schwartz"), Frank Munnell, Ethel Purnello, Kenneth Roberts, Joseph Sweeney, William Tracy, Dora Weissman, Mary Wickes, Thomas Willard, Robert X. Williams, Keenan Wynn. Produced by Malcolm L. Pearson and Donald E. Baruch.
  • Swing Your Lady (1936). Comedy. Written by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Booth Theatre: 18 Oct 1936- Jan 1937 (105 performances). As "Cookie McGinn." Cast: John Alexander, Walter Baldwin, Al Bartolot, Junior Eric Burtis, Jack Byrne, Ruth Chorpenning, Gloria Doray, Hope Emerson, Frank Harvey, Eddie Hodge, Teresa Keane, Eugene Keith, Joe Laurie, Matt McHugh, Charles Niemeyer, Henry Norell, Al Ochs, Warren Parker, Billie Redfield, Jack Reynolds. Produced by Milton Shubert.
  • (1941) Stage Play: Ah, Wilderness! Comedy (revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Guild Theatre: 2 Oct 1941- 25 Oct 1941 (29 performances). Cast: Philippa Bevans (as "Norah"), Harry Carey, Victor Chapin, Walter Craig, Edmund Dorsay, Virginia Kaye, Tommy Lewis, Dorothy Littlejohn, Enid Markey, Dennie Moore (as "Belle"), Hale Nacross, William Prince, Zachary Scott, Ann Shoemaker, Tom Tully. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1942) Stage Play: Johnny on a Spot. Written and directed by Charles MacArthur. Plymouth Theatre: 8 Jan 1942- 10 Jan 1942 (4 performances). Cast included: Edith Atwater, Sanford Bickert, William Foran, Will Geer, Paul Huber, Dennie Moore (as "Pearl Lamonte"), Joseph Sweeney, Garney Wilson, Keenan Wynn. Produced by John Shubert.
  • (1944) Stage Play: Over 21. Comedy. Written by Ruth Gordon. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre: 3 Jan 1944- 8 Jul 1944 (221 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Paula Wharton"), Kay Aldridge, Carroll Ashburn, Jessie Busley, Eddie Hodge, Philip Loeb, Dennie Moore (as "Mrs. Foley"), Beatrice Pearson, Tom Seidel, Loring Smith, Harvey Stephens. Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1944) Stage Play: Seven Lively Arts. Musical revue. Music by Cole Porter. Lyrics by Cole Porter. Miss Lillie's sketches by Moss Hart. Book by George S. Kaufman and Ben Hecht. Ballet music by Igor Stravinsky. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett, Ted Royal and Hans Spialek. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Costume Design by Mary Grant. Modern gowns by Valentina. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Associate Prod. Design: Albert A. Ostrander. Assistant to Hassard Short: William Strahlman. Directed by Hassard Short. Ziegfeld Theatre: 7 Dec 1944- 12 May 1945 (183 performances). Cast: Anton Dolin, Benny Goodman (as "Billy Rose Buys the Metropolitan Opera House!" Performer), Bert Lahr (as "The Stagehand"/"Local Boy Makes Good"/"Fragonard in Pink" Only Another Boy and Girl"/"Drink" Singer/"The Patient"/"The Great Man Speaks"/"Mr. Clarence Day"/"Heaven on Angel Street"), Beatrice Lillie, Alicia Markova, Robert Austin, Franca Baldwin, Paula Bane, Truly Barbara, Virginia Barnes, Michael Barrett, Johnsie Bason, John Beggs, Susan Blanchard, Phyllis Brown, Charlotte Bruce, Angelina Buttignol, Albert Carroll, Irene Carroll, Sonny Cavell, Jean Colleran, Evangeline Collis, Margaretta De Valera, Nina Dean, Bettye Durrence, Paddy Ellerton, Rose Marie Elliott, Paul Fairleigh, Adriana Favaloro, Morey Feld, Louise Ferrand, Jerry Florio, Helen Gallagher, Arlene Garver, Mimi Gomber, Dolores Gray (as "Wow-ohh-wolf!" Singer/"Hence It Don't Make Sense" Singer/"Movie Actress"/'Big Town"/"Is It The Girl?" Singer), Alan Grossman, Edward Hackett, Jean Harris, Vincent Henry, Robert Herring, Alma Holt, Raynor Howell, Stella Hughes, Ray Johnson, Jim Kane, Harriet Katzman, Thomas Kenny, Robert Kimberly, Savona King, Mary Ann Krejci, Barry Laffin, Lee Lauterbur, Constance Love, Ethel Madson, Richard Martin, John Mathews, Viki Maulsby, Jere McMahon, Gayle Mellott, Buddy Millard, Dickie Millard, Marty Miller, Helen Molveau, Dennie Moore (as "Lady Carleton/There'll Always Be An England/Mrs. Day/Heaven on Angel Street"), Louise Newton, Red Norvo, Paul Olson, Richmond Page, Michael Pober, Mary Roche, Bettina Rosay, King Ross, Lester Russon, Allen Sharp, Gwen Shirey, Cissy Smith, Adrian Storms, Bill Tabbert, Gordon Taylor, Temple Texas, William Utely, Martha Emma Watson, Sid Weiss, Teddy Wilson, Billie Worth, Nan Wynn [Broadway debut]. Produced by Billy Rose.
  • (1945) Stage Play: Star-Spangled Family. Comedy. Written by B. Harrison Orkow. Directed by William Castle. Biltmore Theatre: 10 Apr 1945- 13 Apr 1945 (45 performances). Cast: Jean Adair, Franklin H. Allen, Mary Best, Leon Charles, Lewis Charles, Donald Devlin, Byron Griffith, Dennie Moore, Bram Nossen, Edward J. Nugent, Frances Reid, Jimmy Sommer, Harlan Stone. Produced by Paul Waxman and Joseph Kipness. Produced by Philip A. Waxman and Joseph Kipness.
  • Swing Your Lady (1936). Comedy. Written by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Booth Theatre: 18 Oct 1936- Jan 1937 (105 performances). As "Cookie McGinn." Cast: John Alexander, Walter Baldwin, Al Bartolot, Junior Eric Burtis, Jack Byrne, Ruth Chorpenning, Gloria Doray, Hope Emerson, Frank Harvey, Eddie Hodge, Teresa Keane, Eugene Keith, Joe Laurie, Matt McHugh, Charles Niemeyer, Henry Norell, Al Ochs, Warren Parker, Billie Redfield, Jack Reynolds. Produced by Milton Shubert.
  • (1955) Stage Play: The Diary of Anne Frank. Drama. Adapted from the writings of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Directed by Garson Kanin. Cort Theatre (moved to The Ambassador Theatre on 26 Feb 1957- close): 5 Oct 1955- 22 Jun 1957 (717 performances). Cast: Joseph Schildkraut (as "Otto Frank"), Susan Strasberg (as "Anne Frank"), Gusti Hubert (as "Edith Frank"), Jack Gilford (as "Mr. Dussel"), Lou Jacobi (as "Mr. Van Daan"), Gloria Jones (as "Miep Gies"), David Levin (as "Peter Van Daan"), Dennie Moore (as "Mrs. Van Daan") [final Broadway role], Eva Rubenstein, Clinton Sundberg (as "Mr. Kraler"). Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden. Note: Filmed by 20th Century Fox as The Diary of Anne Frank (1959).

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