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Leonard Mudie Poster

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  • (1914) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Consequences" on Broadway. Written by H.F. Rubinstein. Comedy Theatre: 1 Oct 1914-Nov 1914 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Horace Braham [Broadway debut], Elliott Dexter, Hubert Druce, Winifred Harris [Broadway debut], Fania Marinoff, Gaston Mervale, Saba Raleigh, Mary Servoss. Produced by Lee Shubert.
  • (1916) Stage: Appeared in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. New Amsterdam Theatre: 25 May 1916-Jun 1916 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: George W. Anson, Claude Beerbohm, George A. Carr, Charles Coleman, Henrietta Crosman, Edward Forbes, Sydney Greenstreet, Lyn Harding, George Hayes, Henry Herbert, Eric Maxon, Douglas Ross, Reggie Sheffield, Alfred Shirley, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree.
  • (1916) Stage: Appeared in "The Guilty Man" on Broadway. Written by Ruth Helen Davis and Charles Klein. Astor Theatre: 17 Aug 1916-Oct 1916 (closing date unknown/52 performances). Cast: Martin Alsop, Paul Coucet [cast records likely in error; actor is probably Paul Doucet], William Devereaux, Samuel Edwards, Walter Fenner, Irene Fenwick, Clarence Handyside, Gareth Hughes, Thais Lawton, Pinna Nesbit, Stuart Robson, Charles Seiter, Lowell Sherman, Austin Webb, Emily Ann Wellman. Produced by A.H. Woods. NOTE: Mr. Klein, the play's co-author, had died aboard the Lusitania on 7 May 1915.
  • (1917) Stage: Appeared in "Magic" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by G.K. Chesterton. Maxine Elliott's Theatre (moved to The Garrick Theatre from 19 Mar 1917 to close): 12 Feb 1917-unknown (56 performances). Cast: Frank Conroy, Wallace Erskine, Donald Gallaher, O.P. Heggie, Thomas Louden, Cathleen Nesbitt. Produced by Magic Producing Co. Inc.
  • (1917) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Man" on Broadway. Written by John Galsworthy. Maxine Elliott's Theatre (moved to The Garrick Theatre from 19 Mar 1917 to close): 12 Feb 1917-unknown (56 performances). Cast: John Burkell, Arthur Fitzgerald, Herman Gerold, O.P. Heggie, Nella Jefferis, Walter F. Jones, Thomas Louden, Miss Meredith, Roy Mitchell. Produced by Magic Producing Co., Inc.
  • (1917) Stage: Appeared in "Out There" on Broadway. Written by J. Hartley Manners. Globe Theatre: 27 Mar 1917-Jun 1917 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: James Archer, Daisy Belmore, Colin Campbell, Hubert Druce, Lewis Edgard [final Broadway role], Lynn Fontanne, George Kemble, Frank Kemble-Cooper, J.M. Kerrigan, Philip Newman, Henry Oxenford, Catherine Proctor, Douglas Ross, A.E. Sproston, Laurette Taylor. Produced by George C. Tyler and Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1917) Stage: Appeared in "The Wooing of Eve" on Broadway.
  • (1917) Stage: Appeared (as "Gaston Rieux") in "The Lady of the Camellias" on Broadway. Written by Alexandre Dumas. Empire Theatre: 24 Dec 1917-Feb 1918 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Herbert Ayling (as "The Old Year"; final Broadway role), Ethel Barrymore (as "Marguerite Gautier"), Holbrook Blinn (as "Georges Duval"), Charles F. Coghlan, Rose Coghlan, Wallace Erskine (as "Dr. Guerin"), Mary Hampton, Percy Marmount, Douglas Paterson, Allen Ramsey, Maxwell Ryder, Conway Tearle (as "Armand Duval"), John M. Thoughton, Charles Wallace, Mary Worth. Produced by Charles Frohman, Inc.
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared in "The Merchant of Venice" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Cort Theatre: 25 Jan 1918-26 Jan 1918 (2 performances). Cast: St. Clair Bayfield, Albert Bruning, Pedro de Cordoba, Margaret Gage, Louis George, Charles Kennedy, Edith Wynne Matthison, C.H. Meredith, Adrienne Morrison, John S. O'Brien, William Raymond, Eric Snowden, Percival Vivian, Charles Webster.
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared in "A Pair of Petticoats" on Broadway. Written / directed by Cyril Harcourt (also in cast). Lew Fields' 44th Street Roof Garden (moved to the Bijou Theatre on 22 Apr 1918 to close): 18 Mar 1918-May 1918 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Laura Hope Crews, George Giddens, Ray Gordon, Maude Hanaford, Byron Russell, Henry Travers, Norman Trevor.
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared (as "Bassanio") in "Laurette Taylor in Scenes from Shakespeare" [production composed of the following shows: "The Merchant of Venice", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Taming of the Shrew"]. Criterion Theatre: 5 Apr 1918-unknown (unknown performances). "The Merchant of Venice"--Cast: Laurette Taylor (as "Portia, an heiress in Belmont"), Hubert Druce (as "Duke of Venice"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Nerissa, Portia's waiting gentle-woman"), O.P. Heggie (as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender"), Edward MacKay (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice"), Frederick Perry (as "Gratiano, gentleman of Venice"), Bouve Souther (as "Solanio, friend of Antonio"). "Romeo and Juliet"--Cast: Laurette Taylor (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet"), José Ruben (as "Romeo, son of Montague"). "The Taming of the Shrew"--Cast: Laurette Taylor (as "Katharina"), Herbert Druce (as "Gremio, Suitor to Bianca"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Bianca"), 'Shelly Hul' (as "Petruchio"), Edward MacKay (as "Baptista"), Frederick Perry (as "Hortensio, Suitor to Bianca"), Bouve Souther (as "Curtis, A Servant to Petruchio").
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared (as "A Chronicler") in "Abraham Lincoln" on Broadway. Historical drama. Written by John Drinkwater. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Livingston Platt. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Cort Theatre: 15 Dec 1919-May 1920 (closing date unknown/190 performances). Cast: John Babler (as "Second Clerk"), Charles P. Bates (as "Dennis, An Orderly"), Penwood Batkins (as "MacIntosh, A Delegate"), Ernest Bostwick (as "Montgomery Blair"), Charles Brill (as "Doctor"), Paul Byron (as "Hay"), Conrad Cantzen (as "Hawkins, First Clerk"), Duncan Cherry (as "Price, A Delegate"), Herbert Curtis (as "Simon Cameron"), Forrest Davis (as "Tucker, Chairman of Delegation"), James Durkin (as "Gen. Lee"), Jennie Eustace (as "Mrs. Otherly"), Charles Fleming (as "White, Of the Southern Commission"), Charles S. Gilpin (as "William Custis"), Frank Ginter (as "Gen. Meade"), Miss Grey (as "Guest at Theatre"), Raymond Hackett (as "William Scott"), Winifred Hanley (as "Mrs. Lincoln"), George Howard (as "Guest at Theatre"), Thomas Irwin (as "Stone, A Farmer"), Frank E. Jamison (as "Salmon Chase"), J. Philip Jerome (as "Messenger"), Florence Johns (as "Susan, A Maid in Lincoln's Home"), J. Paul Jones (as "John Wilkes Booth"), Thomas J. Keogh (as "Cuffney, A Store Keeper"), David Landau (as "Stanton"), Miss Langton (as "Guest at Theatre"), Charles Lindell (as "Guest at Theatre"), Frank McGlynn (as "Mr. Lincoln"), Alfred Moore (as "Gideon Welles"), Mary Horne Morrison (as "Mrs. Goliath Blow"), William A. Norton (as "Burnet Hook"), John S. O'Brien (as "Seward"), Albert Phillips (as "Gen. Grant"), Edward Porter (as "Guest at Theatre"), Phyllis Povah (as "Guest at Theatre"), William R. Randall (as "Jennings, Of the Southern Commission"), Joseph Reed (as "Caleb Smith"), Miss Robinson (as "Guest at Theatre"), Dolph Ryan (as "Soldier"), Miss Seymour (as "Guest at Theatre"), Thomas Vaiden (as "Hind, A Delegate"), George Williams (as "Aide to Gen. Grant"). Replacement actors: Edwin Barry (as "William Scott"), Conrad Cantzen (as "Price, A Delegate"), Duncan Cherry (as "Hawkins, First Clerk"), J. Colvin Dunn (as "A Chronicler"), John Meehan (as "White, of the Southern Commission"), Ralph Williams (as "Dennis, An Orderly"), Bertha Wood (as "Susan, A Maid in Lincoln's Home"). Produced by William H. Harris, Jr. NOTE: Filmed as Abraham Lincoln (1924), Abraham Lincoln (1952).
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Brian Strange") in "Mr. Pim Passes By" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by A.A. Milne. Directed by Philip Moeller. Garrick Theatre: 28 Feb 1921-Jun 1921 (closing date unknown/124 performances). Cast: Laura Hope Crews (as "Olivia"), Dudley Digges (as "George Marden, J.P."), Peggy Harvey (as "Anne"), Phyllis Povah (as "Dinah"; Broadway debut), Erskine Sanford (as "Carraway Pim"), Helen Westley (as "Lady Marden"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared (as "Henry Anderson") in "East of Suez" on Broadway. Drama. Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 21 Sep 1922-Dec 1922 (closing date unknown/100 performances). Cast: John Halliday (as "George Conway"), Geoffrey Kerr (as "Harold Knox"), Miss Koven (as "An Acolyte"), Howard Lang (as "Lee Tai Cheng"), Gypsy O'Brien (as "Sylvia Knox"), Catherine Proctor (as "Amah"), Florence Reed (as "Daisy"), Nathaniel Sack (as "Wu"), John Spencer (as "A Buddhist Priest"). Produced by A.H. Woods. NOTE: Filmed as East of Suez (1925).
  • (1924) Stage: Appeared (as "Guilde") in "The Man in Evening Clothes" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by André Picard and Yves Mirandeis. Translated by Ruth Chatterton. Henry Miller's Theatre: 5 Dec 1924-Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Joseph Bingham (as "A Man Patron"), Elmer Brown (as "Louis"), P.L. Carpenter (as "A Gentleman"), Irene Freeman (as "Coat Girl"), Marjorie Gateson (as "Gaby Cordier"), Alden Gay (as "A Lady"), Norma Havey (as "Cashier"), Valerie Jones (as "Margot"), Hubbard Kirkpatrick (as "Aristede" / "Orchestra Leader"), Irma Kornelia (as "Blanche"), Louis La Bey (as "First Waiter" / "Barkeeper"), William Lorenze (as "Maitre d'hôtel"), Reginald Mason (as "D'Allouville"), Kathryn Meredith (as "A Lady Patron"), Henry Miller (as "Count De Lussange"), L'Estrange Millman (as "Monjardin"), Carlotta Monterey (as "Germaine De Lussange"), Louis Morrell (as "Soyer"), Grant Stewart (as "Buffetaute"), Lark Taylor (as "Secretary"), Ann Winston (as "Helene"), Marjorie Wood (as "Ninnette"). Produced by Henry Miller. Produced by arrangement with David Belasco and Charles B. Cochran.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Edouard) in "Embers" on Broadway. Written by A.E. Thomas. Adapted from the French of Henri Duvernois and Pierre Wolff. Henry Miller's Theatre: 1 Feb 1926-Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Elmer Brown, Ilka Chase, Laura Hope Crews, Norma Havey, Betty Horgan, Nicholas Joy (as "Fournier"), Katherine Meredith, Henry Miller, Albert Morrison, Edwin Nicander (as "Martelet"), Florence Shirley.
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Jacques Guidon") in "Red Dust" on Broadway. Written by Wilson Collison. Directed by Ira Hards. Cast: Jerome Collamore (as "Andre Chauvenet"), Curtis Cooksey (as "Lucien Fourville"), Leo Curley (as "McHorg"), Lenore Meyrick-Sorsby (as "Maurice Chauvenet"), Sidney Shields (credited as Sydney Shields; as "VanTene"), Reo Suga (as "Hoi"). Produced by Hugo W. Romberg. NOTE: Filmed as Red Dust (1932), Mogambo (1953).
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared (as "The Elder Brother") in "12,000" on Broadway. Written by Bruno Frank. Book adapted by William A. Drake. Directed by Basil Sydney (also in cast as "Piderit"). Garrick Theatre: 12 Mar 1928-Jul 1928 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Charles Croker-King (as "His Serene Highness, the Prince of_____"), Mary Ellis (as "The Baroness of Spangenburg"), Lumsden Hare (as "A Colonel"), Walter Kingsford (as "Faucitt"), John McGovern (as "The Younger Brother"), Robert Vivian (as "Treysa"). Produced by The Garrick Players. NOTE: Filmed as Zwölftausend (1956), Twelve Thousand (1950).
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared in "Macbeth" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare.
  • (1929) Stage: Appeared in "Soldiers and Women" on Broadway.
  • (1929) Stage: Appeared in "A Ledge" on Broadway.
  • (1929) Stage: Appeared in "The Novice and the Duke" on Broadway.
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Steven") in "Lean Harvest" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Ronald Jeans. Directed by Leslie Banks. Forrest Theatre: 13 Oct 1931-Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "Celila Hardman"), Leslie Banks (as "Nigel"), Paula Bauersmith (as "Carmen Bracegirdle"), Lillian Bronson (as "Gladys" / "Miss Moggs"), Nigel Bruce (as "Philip Downes"), Patricia Calvert (as "Anne"), Charles Esdale (erroneously credited as Charles Edsale on opening night; as "Duckitt"), Alfred Flanders (as "Jack Crabb"), Peggy Hovenden (as "Leila Perrett"), John Hoyt (credited as John Hoysradt; as "Dr. Plumtree" / "Mr. McGowan"), A.C. Fotheringham-Lysons (as "Mr. A. Tellworthy" / "Dr. Fisher"), Edwin Mills (as "Richard"), Evelyn Mills (as "Ann"), Warren Mills (as "Tommy"), Molly Pearson (as "Mrs. Trent"), Ada Potter (as "Mrs. Tellworthy"), Harry Sothern (as "Mr. Featherstone"), Joaquin Souther (as "Porteous"). Produced by Kenneth Macgowan and Joseph Verner Reed.
  • (1948) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. MacPherson") in "Time for Elizabeth" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Norman Krasna (also director) and Groucho Marx. Fulton Theatre: 27 Sep 1948-2 Oct 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander, John L. Arthur (as "Harrison Ogelthorpe"; final Broadway role), Leila Bliss (as "Lily Schaeffer"), Harlan Briggs, Sheila Bromley, Edward Clark (as "George Zwilling"), Russell Hicks (as "Walter P. Schaeffer"), Dick Hogan (as "Richard Coburn"), Ottilie Kruger, Otto Kruger (as "Ed Davis"), Eleanor Lawson, Theresa Lyon (as "Amy Zwilling"), Kenneth Patterson (as "Mr. Robinson"). Produced by Russell Lewis and Howard Young.
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared in David Gray and Avery Hopwood's play, "The Best People," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Arthur Brander in the cast. NOTE: Filmed as The Best People (1925).
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared in Bret Harte's play, "Clarence," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Robert Montgomery in the cast.
  • (1929) Stage: Appeared in Frederick Lonsdale's play, "On Approval," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA.
  • Stage: Appeared in "The Guilty Man", London, England.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Lean Harvest", London, England.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Macbeth", London, England.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Red Dust", London, England.
  • Stage: Appeared in "The Merchant of Venice" by William Shakespeare. London, England.

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