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(1904- 1927). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1904). Stage Play: A Venetian Romance. Musical-comedy. Music by Frederic Coit Wright. Book by Cornelia Osgood Tyler. Lyrics by Frederic Coit Wright. Musical Director: A. M. Langstaff. Featuring songs by Ted Snyder, T. Mayo Geary, Ed J. Coleman and Harry Frantzen. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ed Rose, Harry J. Breen, Harry Wilson and Joseph C. Farrell. Directed by Al Holbrook. Knickerbocker Theatre: 2 May 1904- 28 May 1904 (28 performances). Cast: Adele Carson (as "Robberto"), May Conwell (as "Marianina"), Genevieve Day (as "Nanetta"), Daisy Dobrinor, Gertrude Eulalie (as "Senorita Anita"), Cassius Freeborn (as "Bassanio"), Mabel Hite (as "Nerissa"), Margo Hobart, Ethel Intropodi (as "Torturetta"), Josie Intropodi (as "Giulia"), Harry Lane, Harry MacDonough, Ignacio Martinetti (as "Garibaldi Nervusini"), Carroll McComas (as "Selina"), Neil McNeil, Joseph Miron, Walter Percival (as "Antonio Felipe Foscari"), Purnell Pratt (as "Holduppo") [Broadway debut], Eddie Redway (as "Ricardo"), Harry Short (as "Stephano"), Frank Smiley, W.C. Smith, Annabelle Whitford, William Zinell. Produced by Frank L. Perley.

(1904). Stage Play: Paris By Night. Musical revue. Book by Harry B. Marshall. Musical Director: Robert W. Edwards. Lyrics by Harry B. Marshall. Music by Alfred Solman. Additional music by Robert W. Edwards, Harry B. Marshall, Linda Bloodgood, Egbert Van Alstyne, Joseph Nathan, Harry von Tilzer, Harry Armstrong and Julius Adler. Featuring songs with lyrics by Jack E. Hazzard, Estella Acres, Harry Williams, Joan Haden, Andrew B. Sterling and James Morrison. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Costume Design by Bertha Dowling. Directed by Sol Fields. Madison Square Roof Garden (moved to The Murray Hill Theatre from 28 Aug 1905 to close): 2 Jul 1904- 13 Aug 1904 (closing date unknown/59 performances). Cast: Naomi Arnold, Sylvia Beecher (as "Marguerita Hottomoleo"), Adrian Bellvue, Grace Bond, Mabelle Bonner, Hugh Cameron, Julia Cook, Julia Curtis, Alberta Davis, Fleurette De Mar, Bertha Dowling, Helene Drew, Louise Egener, Minnie Egener, Frank C. Evans, George Fields, Linnet Fiske, Edyth Forrest, Cassius Freeborn, May Guyer, Toma Hanlon, Madge Lawrence, Frank McCullough, Margaret Messinger, George H. Nagel, W.R. Paschel, Purnell Pratt (as "Harold Vere de Vere Cushman"), Charles Robinson, Ceretta Ross, Mae Sheridan, Edgar Temple, Henry Vogel, Edith Warren, Ben Welch, Maude Wynne. Produced by Joseph M. Weber and Rush.

(1913). Stage Play: The Switchboard [Production played in repertory with Fear, Fancy Free, Any Night, A Tragedy of the Future]. Written by Edgar Wallace. Princess Theatre: 14 Mar 1913- Jun 1913 (closing date unknown/115 performances). Cast: Holbrook Blinn, Edward Ellis, Harrison Ford, Fanny Hartz, Willette Kershaw, Francine Larrimore, Bennett Musson, Georgia O'Ramey, Purnell Pratt, John Stokes, Vaughan Trevor. Produced by The Princess Players and Holbrook Blinn.

(1913). Stage Play: Seven Keys to Baldplate. Comedy. Written by George M. Cohan, based on a book by Earl Derr Biggers. Astor Theatre: 22 Sep 1913- Jun 1914 (closing date unknown/320 performances). Cast: Wallace Eddinger (as "William Hallowell McGee"), Edgar Halstead, Joseph Allen, Martin Alsop, Lorena Atwood, Claude Brooke, Roy Fairchilds, Jessie Graham, Margaret Green, Gail Kane, John C. King, Carleton Macy, Purnell Pratt. Produced by Cohan & Harris.

(1915). Stage Play: Hit-the-Trail-Holiday. Written by George M. Cohan. Suggested by George Middleton. Based on the work of Guy Bolton. Astor Theatre (moved to the Harris Theatre on 7 Feb 1916- close): 13 Sep 1915- unknown (336 performances). Cast: Joseph Allen, Lorena Atwood, Laura Bennett, Clifford Dempsey, Al Gilmore, Harold Grau, Edgar Halstead, Horace James, Katherine La Salle, Ernest Lynd, Frederick Maynard, C.R. McKinney, Fred Niblo (as "Billy Holliday"), Purnell Pratt (as "Dean Granger"), Grant Stewart (as "Rev. T. B. Holden"). Produced by Cohan & Harris.

(1923). Stage Play: Thumbs Down. Melodrama. Written by Myron C. Fagan [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Priestly Morrison. 49th Street Theatre: 6 Aug 1923- Aug 1923 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Herbert Bruce (as "Harding"), John Hammond Dailey (as "Samuel Hart"), H. Dudley Hawley (as "Billy Camp"), Harvey Hayes (as "Charlie"), William Ingersoll (as "Judge Richard Fowler"), William Ives (as "Dopey Brown"), Howard Lang (as "Emmett Sheridan"), Thais Lawton (as "Virginia Sheridan"), Sue MacManamy (as "Florence Sheridan"), John Marston (as "Larry Fowler"), Thomas H. McKnight (as "Officer Moulton"), Earl Mitchell (as "Officer McGraw"), Purnell Pratt (as "James Cantwell"), W.J. Townsend (as "Coroner Reynolds"), John Wylie. Produced by C.C. Wanamaker.

(1924). Stage Play: The Goose Hangs High. Written by Lewis Beach. Bijou Theatre: 29 Jan 1924- Jun 1924 (closing date unknown/159 performances). Cast: Harry Cowley, Miriam Doyle, Eric Dressler, Lorna Elliott, Katherine Grey, John Marston, Florence Pendleton, Purnell Pratt (as "Leo Day"), William Seymour, Norman Trevor, Shirley Warde, Geoffrey Wardell, Mrs. Thomas Whiffen.

(1924). Stage Play: Her Way Out. Drama. Written by Edwin Milton Royle. Gaiety Theatre: 23 Jun 1924- Jul 1924 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Edward Arnold, Daisy Atherton, Frederick Burton, Rudolph Cameron, Hobart Cavanaugh, Edouard Durand, Maud Durand, Fred Manatt, Henry Mortimer, Grace Perkins, Purnell Pratt (as "Hannibal Williams"), Stanley Ridges, Josephine Royle, Beatrice Terry, Jay Wilson. Produced by Associated Players.

(1924). Stage Play: Cock O' the Roost. Comedy. Written by Rida Johnson Young. Liberty Theatre: 13 Oct 1924- Nov 1924 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Lionel Bevans (as "The Rev. Charles Anderson"), Harry Davenport, Edward Donnelly, Sylvia Field (as Clare Clarke"), Donald Foster, Desmond Gallagher, Allen Lee, Tracy L'Engle, Purnell Pratt (as "Henry Barron"), Elisabeth Risdon (as "Mrs. Dawn"), Agnes Roslyn (as "Mildred"), Katherine Wilson. Produced by The Dramatists Theatre, Inc.

(1924). Stage Play: Tenth Avenue. Melodrama. Written by John McGowan and Lloyd Griscom. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 15 Aug 1927- Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: William Boyd, John A. Butler, Jack Curtis, Edna Hibbard, Frank McHugh, Frank Morgan, Purnell Pratt (as "Ed Burton") [final Broadway role], Gregory Ratoff, Hal Wolf. Produced by Lexington Productions Inc.

(1920). Stage Play: Crooked Gamblers. Comedy/drama. Written by Samuel Shipman and Percival Wilde. Directed by Robert Milton. Hudson Theatre: 31 Jul 1920- Oct 1920 (closing date unknown/82 performances). Cast: Edmund Abbey, Martin Alsop (as "Mr. Lorimer"), Len Doyle [credited as Leonard Doyle] (as "Jim O'Neill"), William S. Ely, Edward Fielding, Maude Hanaford, Taylor Holmes, Doris Kelly, Felix Krembs (as "Turner"), Helen Lackaye (as "Mrs. Robertson"), George Lyman, Louise MacIntosh, William B. Mack, Charles Mather (as "Mr. Stone"), Robert McWade (as "Fred Robertson"), Tommie Meade, Don Merrifield, Purnell Pratt. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1917). Stage Play: The Very Idea. Written by William LeBaron. Astor Theatre: 9 Aug 1917- Aug 1917 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Mabel Allan, Richard Bennett, William Probert Carleton, Ruth Collins, Josephine Drake, Dorothy Mackaye, Florence Oakley, Purnell Pratt (as "George Green"), Ernest Truex (as "Gilbert Goodhue"). Produced by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson and L. Lawrence Weber. Note: Filmed by Radio Pictures as The Very Idea (1929).

(1917). Stage Play: Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford (Revival). Written by George M. Cohan. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 17 May 1917- May 1917 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Carl Anderson, Edward Ellis, Eugenia Fursman, Grace Goodall, Harold Grau, Hale Hamilton, Joseph Jenks, Eugene Keith, Henry Matsumoto [only Broadway role], John O'Hara, Purnell Pratt, Paula Sterling, Myrtle Tannehill, Harold Vermilyea [Broadway debut], Betty Wales, Mrs. Charles Willard. Produced by Hale Hamilton and Edward Ellis. Note: Filmed by Cosmopolitan Productions [distributed by Paramount Pictures/Famous Players-Lasky Corp.] as Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford (1921).

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