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(1914- 1926). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1914). Stage Play: So Much for So Much.

(1915). Stage Play: Sadie Love. Written by Avery Hopwood. Gaiety Theatre (moved to The Harris Theatre 17 Jan 1916- close): 29 Nov 1915- Feb 1916 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Betty Callish, Pedro de Cordoba, John Ivan, Alwyn Lewis, John Lyons, William Morris, Marjorie Rambeau, Ivy Troutman, Franklyn Underwood, Ethel Winthrop. Produced by Oliver Morosco. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Sadie Love (1919).

(1916). Stage Play: Cheating Cheaters. Written by Max Marcin. Directed by Franklin Underwood. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 9 Aug 1916- Apr 1917 (closing date unknown/286 performances). Cast: Martin Alsop (as "George Brockton"), Arthur Barry, Edouard Durand (as "Antonio Verdi"), Winifred Harris, Fletcher Harvey, Riley Hatch, Cyril Keightley, Robert McWade (as "Steve Wilson"), Frank Monroe, William Morris, Gypsy O'Brien, William J. Phinney, Marjorie Rambeau (as "Nan Carey, alias Ruth Brockton"), Anne Sutherland. Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: Produced by Universal as Cheating Cheaters (1927), a Betty Compson vehicle.

(1917). Stage Play: Eyes of Youth. Comedy/drama. Written by Charles Guernon and Max Marcin. Directed by Lawrence Marston. Maxine Elliott's Theatre (moved to The 39th Street Theatre from 22 Jul 1918- close): 22 Aug 1917- Aug 1918 (closing date unknown/414 performances). Cast: Marjorie Rambeau (as "Gina Ashling"), Charles S. Abbe (as "Asa Ashling, Father of Gina"), Joseph Adelman, Walter Armin (as "Picquard"), Robert Barker, Billie Blaisdell, Conrad Cantzen, John H. Elliott, J. Harold Foley, Donald Gallaher, Charles Hampden, Walter Horton, Leonard Ide (as "Louis Anthony, suitor of Gina") Ralph Kellard (as "Peter Judson, Suitor of Ashling"), Caroline Leonard, Ethel Mary Oakland, George L. Romain, Clarice Snyder, William Tousey, Frances Victory, Fay Wallace. Produced by A.H. Woods and Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1918). Stage Play: Where Poppies Bloom.

(1919). Stage Play: The Fortune Teller. Written by Leighton Graves Osmun. Theatre Republic: 27 Feb 1919- Apr 1919 (closing date unknown/68 performances). Cast: Edna Archer Crawford, Hugh Dillman, E.L. Fernandez, Grace Goodall, Eleanor Montell, Marjorie Rambeau, Irene Shirley, Robert Vaughan, Winifred Wellington. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

(1919). Stage Play: The Unknown Woman. Melodrama.

(1921). Stage Play: Daddy's Gone A-Hunting. Drama. Written by Zoe Akins. Plymouth Theatre: 31 Aug 1921- Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/129 performances). Cast: Lee Baker (as "Walter Greenough"), Frank Conroy, Manart Kippen, Olga Olonova, Marjorie Rambeau, John Robb, Helen Robbins, Frances Victory, Jeanne Wardley, Winifred Wellington. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

(1922). Stage Play: The Goldfish. Comedy. Book adapted by Gladys Unger. Based on the French of M. Armont and Mr. Gerbidon. Directed by Stuart Walker. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 17 Apr 1922- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/70 performances). Cast: Dennis Cleughs, John De Silva, Rhy Derby, Robert T. Haines, Ben Hendricks, Lucille La Verne, Wilton Lackaye (as "Count Stanislaus Nevski"), Wilfred Lytell, Norma Mitchell, Marjorie Rambeau (as "Jenny"), John Robb. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1923). Stage Play: As You Like It. Comedy (revival).

(1924). Stage Play: The Road Together.

(1925). Stage Play: The Valley of Content.

(1925). Stage Play: Antonia. Written by Melchior Lengyel. Book adapted by Arthur Richman. Directed by Melchior Lengyel and George Cukor. Empire Theatre: 20 Oct 1925- Dec 1925 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Anne Brody (as "The Profiteer's Wife"), Ilka Chase (as "Lia"), Mabel Colcord (as "Marcsa"), H. Tyrrell Davis (as "George Tamassy"), Malcolm Dennison (as "Pista"), George Greenberg (as "Mihaly"), Ruth Hammond (as "Piri"), Lumsden Hare (as "Vince Fancsy"), Stephen Kendal (as "Waiter"), Philip Merivale (as "Bela Kovacsy"), Maria Palay (as "A Chambermaid"), Harry Plimmer (as "Richard"), Marjorie Rambeau (as "Antonia"), Georges Renavent (as "Capt. Pierre Marceau"), Stanley Rignold (as "Waiter"), John Shanks (as "Jancsi"), Sam Sidman (as "A Profiteer"), Marion Stevenson [credited as Marion Stephenson] (as "Ersi"), Alexander Sxalay (as "Rudi"), Lou Turner (as "Todor"), Heppie Warren (as "Juli"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

(1926). Stage Play: The Night Duel. Written by Daniel Nathan Rubin and Edgar J. MacGregor. Mansfield Theatre: 15 Feb 1926- Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: George Baxter (as "Elton"), Frank Burbeck (as "Mr. Hamlin'), Felix Krembs (as "Dave Dannelly"), John Marston (as "Larry Ramsey"), Amy Ongley (as "Rhoda"), Freddie J. Ozab (as "Rivers"), Marjorie Rambeau (as "Betty Ramsey"), Eileen Wilson (as "Jean"). Produced by The Playgoers.

(1926). Stage Play: Just Life. Drama. Written by John Bowie. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Henry Miller's Theatre: 14 Sep 1926- Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: James A. Boshell, Jane Burby, Clyde Fillmore (as "Gordon Chase"), Norman Foster, Elaine Ivans, Boyd Marshall, Franklin Parker, Lea Penman (as "Eileen Hier"), Marjorie Rambeau (as "Madame Bernice Chase") [final Broadway role], Vivian Tobin, Mary Wall, Ethel Wilson. Produced by Jacob Oppenheimer.

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