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  • (1906 - 1957) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1906) Stage Play: Forty-five Minutes from Broadway. Music by George M. Cohan . Book by George M. Cohan. Lyrics by George M. Cohan. Business Manager: Sam Harris. Directed by George M. Cohan. New Amsterdam Theatre: 1 Jan 1906- 17 Mar 1906 (90 performances). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1906) Stage Play: Forty-five Minutes from Broadway [return engagement]. Music by George M. Cohan . Book by George M. Cohan. Lyrics by George M. Cohan. Directed by George M. Cohan. New York Theatre: 5 Nov 1906- 1 Dec 1906 (32 performances). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1907) Stage Play: The Talk of New York. Musical. Produced by Cohan & Harris.
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Happiest Night of His Life. Comedy.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Easy Come, Easy Go. Farce. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Priestly Morrison. George M. Cohan's Theatre (moved to The Biltmore Theatre on 7 Dec 1925): 26 Oct 1925- Apr 1926 (closing date unknown/180 performances). Cast: Edward Arnold (as "Mortimer Quale"), Jules Bennett, John Bingham, Vaughn De Leath, Betty Garde (as "Alma Borden") [Broadway debut], Jefferson Hall, Mary Halliday, John Irwin, Otto Kruger (as "Dick Tain"), Harriett Marlotte, Edwin Maxwell, Victor Moore (as "Jim Bailey"), Neill O'Malley, Nan Sunderland, Frank W. Taylor, Edwin Walter. Produced by Lewis and Gordon. Produced in association with Sam Harris. Note: Filmed by Paramount Famous Lasky Corp. as Easy Come, Easy Go (1928), and again by Paramount Pictures as Only Saps Work (1930). .
  • (1926) Stage Play: Oh, Kay! Musical comedy. Book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Scenic Design by John Wenger. Directed by John Harwood. Imperial Theatre: 8 Nov 1926- Jun 1927 (closing date unknown/256 performances). Cast: Gertrude Lawrence (as "Kay"), Victor Moore (as "Shorty" McGee"), Oscar Shaw (as "Jimmy Winter"), Adrienne Armond (as "Ensemble"), Sascha Beaumont (as "Constance Appleton"), Marcia Bell (as "Ensemble"), Bonnie Blackwood (as "Ensemble"), Dowell Brown (as "Ensemble"), Constance Carpenter (as "Mae"), Grace Carroll (as "Ensemble"), Jean Carroll (as "Ensemble"), Melville Chapman (as "Ensemble"), Betty Compton (as "Molly Morse"), Ted Daniels (as "Ensemble"), Eugene Day (as "Ensemble"), Frances DeFoe (as "Ensemble"), Harland Dixon (as "Larry Potter"), Ann Ecklund (as "Ensemble"), Madeline Fairbanks (as "Dolly Ruxton"), Marion Fairbanks (as "Phil Ruxton"), Kappie Fay (as "Ensemble"), Al Fisher (as "Ensemble"), Jack Fraley (as "Ensemble"), Amy Frank (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Frank (as "Ensemble"), Frank Gardiner Judge Appleton"), Bob Gebhardt (as "Ensemble"), Janette Gilmore (as "Peggy"), Anita Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Sara Jane Heliker (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Johnstone (as "Ensemble"), Grace Jones (as "Ensemble"), Dot Justin (as "Ensemble"), 'Lionel Maclyn' (as "Ensemble"), Pansy Maness (as "Ensemble"), Maxine Marshall (as "Ensemble"), Tom Martin (as "Ensemble"), Burton McEvilly (as "Ensemble"), Gloria Murray (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Neal (as "Ensemble"), Blanche O'Donahue (as "Ensemble"), Marie Otto (as "Ensemble"), Caroline Phillips (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Quinn (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Saunders (as "Ensemble"), Harry T. Shannon (as "Revenue Officer Jansen"), Gerald Oliver Smith (as "The Duke"), Alan Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Frances Stone (as "Ensemble"), Jacques Stone (as "Ensemble"), May Sullivan (as "Ensemble"), Betty Vane (as "Ensemble"), Betty Waxton (as "Ensemble"), Claire Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Jean Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Amy Weber (as "Ensemble"), Justine Welch (as "Ensemble"), Ted White (as "Ensemble"), Polly Williams (as "Ensemble"), Paulette Winston (as "Daisy"). Produced by Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedley.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Allez-oop. Musical revue. Music by Charig Myers and Richard Myers. Book by J.P. McEvoy. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Directed by Carl Hemmer. Earl Carroll Theatre: 2 Aug 1927- Nov 1927 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Herman Bandes, Evelyn Bennett, Joyce Booth, Lillian Burke, Charles Butterworth, Catherine Crandall, Madeleine Fairbanks, Walter Feldkamp, Edgar Gardiner, George Sisters, Lon Hascall, Herman & Seamon, Esther Howard, Joan Karr, Dra Lea, Victor Moore, Alan Moran, Cliff O'Rourke, Sydney Reynolds, Wanda Valle, Valodia Vestoff, Bobby Watson, Gladys Yates. Produced by Carl Hemmer.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Funny Face. Musical comedy. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Book by Fred Thompson and Paul Girard Smith. Musical Direction by Alfred Newman. Scenic Design by John Wenger. Costume Design by Kiviette. Dances and Ensembles by Bobby Connolly. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Alvin Theatre: 22 Nov 1927- 23 Jun 1928 (244 performances). Cast: Adele Astaire (as "Frankie"), Fred Astaire (as "Jimmy Reeve"), Allen Kearns (as "Peter Thurston"), William Kent (as "Dugsie Gibbs"), Victor Moore (as "Herbert"), Kay Annis (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Winifred Beck (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Marcia Bell (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Vera Berg (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Edwin Bidwell (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Mildred Brower (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Dowell Brown (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Jean Carroll (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Helen Clare (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Austin Clark (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Betty Compton (as "Dora"), William Cooper (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Arthur Craig (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Norman Curtis (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Peggy Daubert (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Dorothy Dawn (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Eugene Day (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ann Ecklund (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Adelyn Endore (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Jack Fraley (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Elsie Frank (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Sherry Gale (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Bob Gebhardt (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Gloria Glennon (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ona Hamilton (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Earl Hampton (as "Chester"), Edwin Hodge (as "Hotel Clerk"), Thomas Hodges (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Alma Hookey (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Paul Jensen (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Dorothy Jordan (as "Bell Hop/Lady of the Ensemble"), Richard Keith (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Adrienne Lampel (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Helen Leslie (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), W.L. Mack (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ted MacLean (as "Sergeant of Police"), 'Lionel Maclyn' (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Frances Markey (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Maxine Marshall (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Tom Martin (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Pauline Mason (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ethel Maye (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Gertrude McDonald (as "June"), Estelle Mercier (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Gordon Merrick (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Lillian Michel (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Walter Munroe (as "Porter/Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Jo Navarro (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Elsie Neal (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Richard Neely (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marie Otto (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ruth Penery (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Boo Phelps (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Edwin Preble (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Peggy Quinn (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Fritz Reinhard (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Rita Romero (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ruth Sato (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Marshall Scott (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marjorie Seltzer (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Bobby Shutta (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Sam Simpson (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ray Stilley (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marion Tierney (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Billie Walker (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Walter Wandell (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Polly Williams (as "Lady of the Ensemble"). Produced by Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedley. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Funny Face (1957).
  • (1927) Stage Play: Hold Everything. Musical comedy. Music by Ray Henderson. Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva. Book by Jack McGowan and Buddy G. DeSylva. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Costume Design by Kiviette. Scenic Design by Henry Dreyfuss. Directed/Dances Staged by Jack Haskell and Sam Rose. Broadhurst Theatre: 10 Oct 1928-5 Oct 1929 (409 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth (as "Dan Larkin"), Jimmy Babbitts, Katherine Black, Alice Boulden, Gene Brady, Edna Burford, Mildred Clark, Betty Compton (as "Norine Lloyd"), Dorothy Deane, Rose Doll, Helen Doyle, Edmund Elton, Adele Fitzgerald, Wallie Gardner, May Rena Grady, Dorothy Graham, Raymond Gray, Buddy Harak, Raymond Hunt, Harry King, Diana La Shay, Bert Lahr (as "Gink Shiner"), Melba Lee, Anna Locke, Harry Locke, Emily Losen, Joe Mann, Andrew Marinko, Jolo Marino, Victor Moore (as "Nosey Bartlett"), Betty Morton, Ona Munson (as "Sue Burke"), Robert O'Brien, Lylian Ojala, Nina Olivette, Sugar O'Niell, Georgianna Orr, Sol Perla, Jack Raymond, Jerry Rogers, Polly Rose, Herbert Sampson, Ruth Sato, Gus Schilling, Claire Scott, Gene Scott, Harry Shannon, Phil Sheridan (as "The Kicker"), Robert Silva, Betty Wheeler, Elinor Wheeler, Jack Whiting, Francis Woodward. Produced by Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedley.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Heads Up. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Book by Jack McGowan and Paul Girard Smith. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett. Pianist: Phil Ohman. Musical Director: Alfred Newman. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Kiviette. Directed by George Hale. Alvin Theatre: 11 Nov 1929- 15 Mar 1930 (144 performances). Cast: Atlas & La Mar, Ray Bolger (as "Georgie"), Alice Boulden, Chester Bree, Louis Delgado, Robert Gleckler (as "Captain Denny"), John Hamilton, John Hundley, Richard Macaleese, Victor Moore (as "Skippy Dugan"), Barbara Newberry, Lew Parker [credited as Lewis Parker] (as "James Clarke/Ensemble"), Betty Starbuck (as "Betty Boyd"), Janet Velie, Jack Whiting. Produced by Alex. A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Princess Charming. Musical/operetta. Music by Albert Szirmai [credited as Albert Sirmay] and Arthur Swartz. Lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom. Book by Jack Donahue. Based on the original of Franz Martos. Based on the original of Arthur Wimperis and Lauri Wylie. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Ballets by Albertina Rasch. Military direction by Harry Holbrook, U.S.M.C. Directed by Edward C. Lilley and Bobby Connolly. Imperial Theatre: 13 Oct 1930- 29 Nov 1930 (56 performances). Cast: Louise Allen (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Allen (as "Ensemble"), Walter Asmus (as "Ensemble"), Jeanne Aubert (as "Wanda Navarro"), Fred Barry (as "Ensemble"), Adeline Bendon (as "Ensemble"), Irene Bostick (as "Colette"), Thomas Bourke (as "Ensemble"), Jeanette Bradley (as "Ensemble"), Fred Brook (as "Ensemble"), Edna Bunte (as "Ensemble"), Kay Burnell (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Carey (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Cook (as "Ensemble"), Ray Covert (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Dallas (as "Ensemble"), Erle Danley (as "Ensemble"), Brian Davis (as "Ensemble"), Ilus de Pongo (as "Ensemble"), Raoul De Tisne (as "Lord Chamberlain to the King"), Peggy Dolan (as "Ensemble"), James Dowling (as "Ensemble"), Douglass Dumbrille (as "Ivanoff"), Leon Dunar (as "Ensemble"), June English (as "Ensemble"), John Fulco (as "Ensemble"), Betty Gallagher (as "Marie"), Anne Goddard (as "Ensemble"), Donald Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Roy Gordon (as "Baron Sigman"), Portia Grafton (as "Ensemble"), Yvonne Grey (as "Veronique"), Marie Grimaldi (as "Ensemble"), Edouard Grobe (as "Ensemble"), George Grossmith (as "Christian II of Elyria"), William Hagen (as "Ensemble"), Robert Halliday (as "Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria"), Louise Hansen (as "Ensemble"), Ann Hardman (as "Ensemble"), Patty Hastings (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Hayden (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Herbert (as "Princess Elaine of Novia"), Paul Huber (as "Attorney General"), Dorothea James (as "Lulu"), Jack James (as "Ensemble"), Agatha Johann (as "Ensemble"), Howard Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Kain (as "Ensemble"), John Kane (as "Lieutenant of the Elyria"), Wilma Kaye (as "Ensemble"), Stella Kehr (as "Ensemble"), Andor Keller (as "Ensemble"), Tom Kelly (as "Ensemble"), Regina Kovale (as "Ensemble"), John Krikoff (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Lauri (as "Ensemble"), William Leon (as "Ensemble"), Albert Leroy (as "Ensemble"), Jack Lister (as "Ensemble"), John Mangum (as "Ensemble"), Robert Marco (as "Ensemble"), Frances Markey (as "Anastasia"), Ernest McChesney (as "Second Lieutenant"), Duke McHale (as "Page"), Evelyn Monte (as "Ensemble"), Lewis Moore (as "Ensemble"), Merrit Moore (as "Ensemble"), Victor Moore (as "Irving Huff"), Arduino Muzzie (as "Ensemble"), Leon Nash (as "Ensemble"), Norma Nash (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Nodine (as "Ensemble"), Lee Nugent (as "Ensemble"), Leslie Ostrander (as "Ensemble"), Nona Otero (as "Ensemble"), Joanna Parker (as "Ensemble"), Tessie Pearson (as "Ensemble"), Donald Plover (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Potter (as "Ensemble"), William Prevost (as "Ensemble"), Pat Quinton (as "Ensemble"), Basil Rallis (as "Ensemble"), Wynne Ralph (as "Ensemble"), William Ritter (as "Ensemble"), Wilma Roeloff (as "Marguerite"), William Ruppel (as "Ensemble"), Robert Saidler (as "Ensemble"), Billy Sallier (as "Ensemble"), Marion Santre (as "Ensemble"), Bart Schilling (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Sickle (as "Ensemble"), Maurice Siegel (as "Ensemble"), Marguerite Slattery (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Sproul (as "Ensemble"), Howard St. John (as "Aide de Camp to the King"), Jack Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Pam Sweeny (as "Ensemble"), Leo Tatzin (as "Ensemble"), Carola Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Turner (as "Ensemble"), Serge Ury (as "Ensemble"), Jack Var (as "Ensemble"), John Walsh (as "Ensemble"), Walter Wandell (as "Ensemble"), Israfel Weinstein (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Whitney (as "Ensemble"), Martha Wilbert (as "Ensemble"), Frances Wise (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Wolfe (as "Ensemble"), Edward Young (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Bobby Connolly and Arthur Swanstrom.
  • (1945) Stage: Appeared in "Hollywood Pinafore" on Broadway. Musical comedy.
  • (1931) Stage Play: Of Thee I Sing. Musical comedy. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett and William Daly. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreography by Chester Hale. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 10 Oct 1932 to close): 26 Dec 1931-14 Jan 1933 (441 performances). Cast: Ruth Adams, Dave Allman, Florenz Ames (as "The French Ambassador"), Kathleen Ayres, Bruce Barclay, Vivian Barry, Charles Bennett, Leslie Bingham (as "Nora"), Grace Brinkley, Bobbie Brodsley, Robert Burton, Martha Carroll, Mary Carroll, Ray Clarke, Dudley Clements (as "Matthew Arnold Fulton"), Charles Conklin, Tom Curley, Dorothy Donnelly (as "Ensemble"), Tom Draak, Leon Dunar, Ann Ecklund, Frank Erickson, Jack Fago, Michael Forbes, Olgene Foster, Virginia Franck, Frank Gagen, William Gaxton (as "John P. Wintergreen"), Dorothy Graves, Yvonne Gray, Peggy Greene, Sulo Hevonpaa, Walter Hinger, Milton Hollander, Georgette Lampsi, Terry Lawlor, David Lawrence, Martin Le Roy, Jack Linton, Lillian Lorray, George E. Mack (as "Sen. Robert E. Lyons"), Martha Maggard, Sam Mann, Mary Mascher, John McCahill, Charles McClelland, Jake Vander Meulen, Frank Miller, Harold Moffet (as "Francis X. Gilhooley"), Victor Moore (as "Alexander Throttlebottom"), Lois Moran, George Murphy (as "Sam Jenkins"), Richard Neely, Hazzard Newberry, June O'Dea, Anita Pam, Jack Ray, Ralph Riggs, Edward H. Robins, Billie Seward, Pete Shance, Grenna Sloane, Adele Smith, Barbara Smith, Baun Sturtz, Peggy Thomas, Patricia Whitney, Jessica Worth. Produced by Sam Harris. Note: One of the few big hits of the dismal 1932 Broadway theatrical season.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Of Thee I Sing. Musical comedy [return engagement]. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett and William Daly. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Imperial Theatre: 15 May 1933- 10 Jun 1933 (32 performances). Cast: Betty Allen (as "Diana Devereaux"), Dave Allman (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Florenz Ames (as "The French Ambassador"), Kathleen Ayres (as "Ensemble"), Bruce Barclay (as "Ensemble"), Vivian Barry (as "Chambermaid"), Leslie Bingham (as "Scrubwoman"), Bobbie Brodsley (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Burke (as "Ensemble"), Robert Burton (as "Ensemble"), Pete Chance (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Ray Clarke (as "Ensemble"), Dudley Clements (as "Matthew Arnold Fulton"), Gus Cooper (as "Ensemble"), John Creighton (as "Ensemble"), Tom Curley (as "Ensemble"), Nancy Dolan (as "Ensemble"), Tom Draak (as "Vladimir Vidovitch"), Leon Dunar (as "Ensemble"), Ann Ecklund (as "Ensemble"), Helen Erickson (as "Ensemble"), Frank Ericson (as "Ensemble"), Jack Fago (as "Ensemble"), Michael Forbes (as "Ensemble"), Olgene Foster (as "Ensemble"), Florence Fouchia (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Franck (as "Ensemble"), Frank Gagen (as "Ensemble"), William Gaxton (as "John P. Wintergreen"), Yvonne Gray (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Greene (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), Sulo Hevonpaa (as "Yusef Yussevitch"), Walter Hinger (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Milton Hollander (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Tana Kamp (as "Ensemble"), Harriette Lake (as "Mary Turner"), Terry Lawlor (as "Ensemble"), David Lawrence (as "Ensemble"), Martin Le Roy (as "Chief Senate Clerk"), Lillian Lorray (as "Ensemble"), George E. Mack (as "Senator Robert E. Lyons"), Martha Maggard (as "Ensemble"), Mary Mascher (as "Ensemble"), Doris May (as "Ensemble"), John McCahill (as "Ensemble"), Jake Vander Meuelen (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Frank Miller (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Harold Moffet (as "Francis X. Gilhooley"), Victor Moore (as "Alexander Throttlebottom"), George Murphy (as "Sam Jenkins"), Richard Neely (as "Ensemble"), Hazzard Newberry (as "Ensemble"), June O'Dea (as "Emily Benson"), Lilyan O'Jela (as "Ensemble"), Ronald Perry (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Irma Philbin (as "Ensemble"), Jack Ray (as "Ensemble"), Abe Reynolds (as "Louis Lippman"), Ralph Riggs (as "The Chief Justice/Guide"), Edward H. Robins (as "Senator Carver Jones"), Baun Sturtz (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Thomas (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Whitney (as "Ensemble"), Jessica Worth (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Sam Harris. Note: This production was a return engagement of "Of Thee I Sing" that concluded on 14 Jan 1933 at the 46th Street Theatre.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Let 'Em Eat Cake. Musical comedy. Book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Music by George Gershwin. Music orchestrated by Edward Powell. Musical Director: William Daly. Dances and ensembles by Eugene Van Grona and Ned McGurn. Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Imperial Theatre: 21 Oct 1933- 6 Jan 1934 (90 performances). Cast: Kay Adams, Ruth Adams, Florenz Ames (as "Gen. Adam Snookfield, U.S.A."), Kathleen Ayres, Peggy Bancroft, Bruce Barclay, Vivian Barry, Paul Brachard, Alice Burrage (as "Mrs. Gilhooley"), Robert Burton, Gordon Clark, Ray Clarke, Dudley Clements (as "Matthew Arnold Fulton"), Charles Conklin (as "Secretary/Men's Ensemble"), Tom Curley, Nonie Dale, Gail Darling, Bryan Davis, Alyce Downey, Leon Dunar, Enes Early, Vance Elliott (as "Prison Guard/Men's Ensemble"), Louise Estes, Charles Flower, Consuelo Flowerton, Michael Forbes, Olgene Foster, Charles Fowler, Frank Gagen, William Gaxton (as "John P. Wintergreen"), Dorothy Graves, Yvonne Gray, Peggy Green, David Gross, Ethel Hampton, Evelyn Hannons, Tom Harris, Pat Hastings, Don Hudson, Viola Hunter, Amalie Ideal, Phil King, George Kirk (as "Lieutenant"), Terry Lawlor (as "Customer/Lady's Ensemble"), David Lawrence, Kay Lazell, Al LeFebevre, Betty Lee, Martin Leroy, Robert Lewis (as "Dignitary/Men's Ensemble"), Philip Loeb (as "Kruger"), Ed Loud, George E. Mack (as "Sen. Robert E. Lyons"), Mary Jo Matthews (as "Mrs. Fulton"), Harold Moffet (as "Francis X. Gilhooley"), Victor Moore (as "Alexander Throttlebottom"), Lois Moran (as "Mary Wintergreen"), Fred Nay, Richard Neely, Hazzard Newberry, Ruth Porter, Victor Pullman (as "Men's Ensemble"), Abe Reynolds (as "Louis Lippman"), Ralph Riggs (as "Chief Justice of the Supreme Court/President of the Union League Club"), W. Francis Robertson, Edward H. Robins, Martin Sheppard, Grenna Sloane, Steward Steppler, Harold Sternberg, Baun Sturtz, Richard Temple, Morris Tepper, Martha Tibbetts, Norman Van Emburgh, John Walsh, Elinor Witte, Wanda Wood, Grace Worth, Jessica Worth. Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Shorty McGee") in "Oh, Kay!" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Scenic Design by John Wenger. Directed by John Harwood. Imperial Theatre: 8 Nov 1926-Jun 1927 (closing date unknown/256 performances). Cast: Gertrude Lawrence (as "Kay"), Oscar Shaw (as "Jimmy Winter"), Adrienne Armond (as "Ensemble"), Sascha Beaumont (as "Constance Appleton"), Marcia Bell (as "Ensemble"), Bonnie Blackwood (as "Ensemble"), Dowell Brown (as "Ensemble"), Constance Carpenter (as "Mae"), Grace Carroll (as "Ensemble"), Jean Carroll (as "Ensemble"), Melville Chapman (as "Ensemble"), Betty Compton (as "Molly Morse"), Ted Daniels (as "Ensemble"), Eugene Day (as "Ensemble"), Frances DeFoe (as "Ensemble"), Harland Dixon (as "Larry Potter"), Ann Ecklund (as "Ensemble"), Madeline Fairbanks (as "Dolly Ruxton"), Marion Fairbanks (as "Phil Ruxton"), Kappie Fay (as "Ensemble"), Al Fisher (as "Ensemble"), Jack Fraley (as "Ensemble"), Amy Frank (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Frank (as "Ensemble"), Frank Gardiner (as "Judge Appleton"), Bob Gebhardt (as "Ensemble"), Janette Gilmore (as "Peggy"), Anita Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Sara Jane Heliker (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Johnstone (as "Ensemble"), Grace Jones (as "Ensemble"), Dot Justin (as "Ensemble"), 'Lionel Maclyn' (as "Ensemble"), Pansy Maness (as "Ensemble"), Maxine Marshall (as "Ensemble"), Tom Martin (as "Ensemble"), Burton McEvilly (as "Ensemble"), Gloria Murray (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Neal (as "Ensemble"), Blanche O'Donahue (as "Ensemble"), Marie Otto (as "Ensemble"), Caroline Phillips (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Quinn (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Saunders (as "Ensemble"), Harry Shannon (as "Revenue Officer Jansen"), Gerald Oliver Smith (as "The Duke"), Alan Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Frances Stone (as "Ensemble"), Jacques Stone (as "Ensemble"), May Sullivan (as "Ensemble"), Betty Vane (as "Ensemble"), Betty Waxton (as "Ensemble"), Claire Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Jean Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Amy Weber (as "Ensemble"), Justine Welch (as "Ensemble"), Ted White (as "Ensemble"), Polly Williams (as "Ensemble"), Paulette Winston (as "Daisy"). Produced by Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedley.
  • (1938) Stage Play: Leave It to Me! Musical comedy. Music by Cole Porter. Lyrics by Cole Porter. Material adaption by Bella Spewack and Sam Spewack. Based on the play "Clear All Wires" by Bella Spewack and Sam Spewack. Musical Director: Robert Emmett Dolan. Music orchestrated by Donald Walker. Directed by Sam Spewack. Imperial Theatre: 9 Nov 1938- 15 Jul 1939 (291 performances). Cast: William Gaxton (as "Buckley Joyce Thomas"), Victor Moore (as "Alonzo P. Goodhue"), Mary Martin (as "Dolly Winslow"), Tamara (as "Colette"), Sophie Tucker (as "Mrs. Goodhue," "April," and "Mrs. Goodhue's Daughter"), Walter Armin (as "French Conductor," "French Ambassador," and "Stalin"), Alexander Asro, Monica Bannister, Vicki Belling, Dorothy Benson, Stanton Bier, Alexis Bolan, Ruth Bond (as "First Secretary," "One of Les Girls"), Evelyn Bonefine, Chet Bree, Charles Campbell, Dean Carlton, James W. Carr, Mildred Chenaval, Don Cortez, Ruth Daye, J. Colville Dunn, John Eliot, Michael J. Forbes, Hans Hansen (as "German Ambassador") [final Broadway role], Pearl Harris, Eddie Heisler, Beverly Hosier, Ivan Izmailov, Dorothea Jackson, Thomas Jafollo, Adele Jergens (as "Guest"), Ruth Joseph, Joseph Kallini, Evelyn Kelly, Gene Kelly (as "Secretary to Mr. Goodhue"), Maurice Kelly, June Le Roy, Nancy Lee, William Lilling, Walter Long, Peter Lopoukin, George E. Mack, Walter Monroe, Evelyn Moser, Walter Munroe, Audrey Palmer, John Panter, Mary Ann Parker, Kay Picture, Barbara Pond, Edward H. Robins, Roy Ross, Jean Scott, Veva Selwood, Jack Seymour, Lawrie Shevlin, Eugene Sigaloff, Zynaid Spencer, Jack Stanton, Frances Tannehill, Marie Vanneman, Marie Vaughan, Matthew Vodnoy. Produced by Vinton Freedley.
  • (1940) Stage Play: Louisiana Purchase. Musical comedy. Music by Irving Berlin. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Morrie Ryskind. Based on a story by Buddy G. DeSylva. Musical Director: Robert Emmett Dolan. Additional orchestrations: N. Lang Van Cleve. Scenic Design by Tom Lee. Costume Design by Tom Lee. Assistant to Tom Lee: Anna Hill Johnstone. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Imperial Theatre: 28 May 1940- 14 Jun 1941 (444 performances). Cast: William Gaxton (as "Jim Taylor"), Victor Moore (as "Senator Oliver P. Loganberry"), Vera Zorina (as "Marina van Linden"), April Ames (as "Emmy-Lou"), Irene Bordoni (as "Madame Bordelaise"), Dorothy Barrett (as "Dancing Girl"), Hubert Bland (as "Dancing Boy"), Ralph Blane (as "The Martins"), Carol Bruce (as "Beatrice"), Georgia Carroll (as "Secretary/Louisiana Belle"), Don Cortez (as "A Buccaneer"), Ned Coupland (as "Dancing Boy"), Charlie Curran (as "Dancing Boy"), Douglas Dean (as "Dancing Boy"), Clark Eggleston (as "Dancing Boy"), Althea Elder (as "Dancing Girl"), John Eliot (as "Sam Liebowitz/A Buccaneer"), Judith Ford (as "Louisiana Belle"), Mary Ganley (as "Dancing Boy"), Grace Gillern (as "Dancing Boy"), Dwight Godwin (as "Dancing Boy"), Petra Gray (as "Dancing Boy"), Dorothy Hall (as "Dancing Boy"), Mary Hartwig (as "Dancing Boy"), Harold Haskins (as "Dancing Boy"), George Hunter (as "Dancing Boy"), Dorothy Jeffers (as "Dancing Boy"), Nancy Knott (as "Dancing Boy"), Charles La Torre (as "Alphonse"), Henry Lahee (as "Dancing Boy"), Charles Laskey (as "Premier Danseur"), Patricia Lee (as "Louisiana Belle"), James Leland (as "Dancing Boy"), Nick Long Jr. (as "Lee Davis"), Edith Luce (as "Louisiana Belle"), Betty Luster (as "Dancing Girl"), Harvey Mack (as "Dancing Boy"), Hugh Martin (as "The Martins"), Ray Mayer (as "Davis D. Davis Jr."), Jack McClendon (as "Dancing Boy"), Virginia Morris (as "Dancing Girl"), Nicodemus (as "Abner"), Leona Olsen (as "Dancing Girl"), John Panter (as "A Buccaneer"), James Phillips (as "A Buccaneer"), Robert Pitkin (as "Col. Davis D. Davis Sr."), Nicolai Popov (as "Dancing Boy"), Richard Reed (as "Dancing Boy"), Ralph Riggs (as "Dean Manning"), Edward H. Robins (as "Police Captain Whitfield"), Jo Jean Rogers (as "The Martins"), Phyllis Rogers (as "The Martins"), Marion Rosamond (as "Louisiana Belle"), Rosemary Sankey (as "Dancing Girl"), Jean Scott (as "Dancing Girl"), Veva Selwood (as "Louisiana Belle"), Zynaid Spencer (as "Dancing Girl"), Aleen Stewart (as "Dancing Girl"), Anitra Upton (as "Dancing Girl"), Helen Vincent (as "Dancing Girl"), Kenneth Whelan (as "Dancing Boy"), Doris York (as "Dancing Girl"). Produced by B.G. DeSylva. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Louisiana Purchase (1941) starring Bob Hope.
  • (1942) Stage Play: Keep 'em Laughing. Musical/vaudeville.
  • (1945) Stage Play: Hollywood Pinafore. Musical comedy.
  • (1946) Stage Play: Nellie Bly. Musical. Music by Jimmy Van Heusen. Material by Joseph Quillan. Lyrics by Johnny Burke. Musical Director: Charles Drury. Choreography by Edward Caton and Lee Sherman. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Adelphi Theatre: 21 Jan 1946- 2 Feb 1946 (16 performances). Cast: Walter Armin (as "Pulitzer/French Mayor"), Suzie Baker, Artells Dickson, William Gaxton (as "Frank Jordan"), Joy Hodges (as "Nellie Bly"), Victor Moore (as "Phineas T. Fogarty"), Harry Murray (as "Deckhand/Official"), William O'Shay, Fred Peters, Edward Robins, Lubov Roudenko, Drucilla Strain, Robert Strauss, Larry Stuart, Doris Sward, The Debonairs, Jack Voeth, Jack Whitney. Produced by Nat Karson and Eddie Cantor.
  • (1953) Stage Play: On Borrowed Time. Comedy (revival). Written by Paul Osborn. Based on the novel by Lawrence Edward Watkin. Directed by Marshall Jamison. 48th Street Theatre: 10 Feb 1953- 18 Apr 1953 (78 performances). Cast: Victor Moore (as "Julian Northrup, Gramps"), Beulah Bondi (as "Nellie, Granny") [final Broadway role], Leo G. Carroll (as "Mr. Brink"), Larry Barton (as "Sheriff"), Kay Hammond (as "Demetria Riffle"), Russell Hicks (as "Mr. Pilbeam"), Michael Jeffrey (as "Mr. Grimes"), Robert Kaline (as "Boy in Tree"), Melinda Markey (as "Marcia Giles"), Gerald Milton (as "Workman"), Thayer Roberts (as "Dr. Evans"), David John Stollery (as "Pud"). Produced by Richard W. Krakauer and Randolph Hale. Produced in association with William G. Costin Jr. Note: Previously filmed by MGM as On Borrowed Time (1939).
  • (1957) Stage Play: Carousel. Musical/drama (revival). City Center: 11 Sep 1957- 29 Sep 1957 (24 performances).

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