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(10 January 1929-June 1930) Broadway stage: "Street Scene". Written and directed by Elmer Rice. Playhouse Theatre: 601 performances. Cast included John Qualen as "Carl Olsen"

(6 November 1931-July 1932) Broadway stage: "Counsellor-at-Law". Written, produced, and directed by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre; 292 performances. Cast included John Qualen as "Johann Breitstein".

(12 September 1932-May 1933). Broadway stage: "Counsellor-at-Law" (revival). Written and directed by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 15 May 1933-close); 120 performances. Cast included John Qualen as "Johann Breitstein".

(1932). Stage Play: Counsellor-at-Law. Drama (revival). Written by Elmer Rice. Directed by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 15 May 1933- close): 12 Sep 1932- May 1933 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Sam Bonnell (as "John P. Tedesco"), Elmer Brown (as "Francis Clark Baird"), Jack Collins, June Cox, John Crump, J. Hammond Dailey (as "Charles McFadden"), Dorothy Day (as "Bessie Green"), John Garfield (as "Henry Susskind") [credited as Jules Garfield], Ned Glass (as "David Simon"), Jane Hamilton, Angela Jacobs (as "Goldie Rindskopf"), Malka Kornstein, Jack Leslie, T.H. Manning, Harry Mervis, Sue Moore, Jennie Moscowitz, James Mullin (as "A Postman"), Paul Muni (as "George Simon"), Buddy Proctor (as "An Errand Boy"), John Qualen (as "Johann Breitstein") [final Broadway role], Mary Servoss (as "Cora Simon"), Ann Teeman, Doris Underwood, William Vaughn, David Vivian (as "Richard Dwight Jr."), Conway Washburne (as "Arthur Sandler"), Martin Wolfson (as "Harry Becker"), Victor Wolfson (as "A Tall Man"). Produced by Elmer Rice. Note: Filmed by Universal Pictures as Counsellor-at-Law (1933).


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