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(1907) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "The Builders" on Broadway. Written by Marion Fairfax. Astor Theatre: 20 May 1907-Jun 1907 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Charles Dow Clark, John J. Collins, Master Richard Cubitt, Margaret Ellsworth, Marion Fairfax, John Fenton, Amelia Gardner, William Ingersoll (as "Roger Grant"), Harry Mainhall, Tully Marshall, Albert Meyer, Theodore Morris, Milano Cary Tilden, Henry J. West. Produced by The Tully Marshall Co.

(1907). Stage Play: The Warrens of Virginia. Written by William C. de Mille. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Stuyvesant Theatre from 4 May 1908- close): 3 Dec 1907- Oct 1908 (closing date unknown/380 performances). Cast: Raymond Bond (as "Blake") [Broadway debut], Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Cecil B. DeMille (as "Arthur Warren"), Emma Dunn, DeWitt Jennings (as "General Harding"), 'Frank Keenan (I)' (as "General Warren"), Ralph Kellard (as "Tom Dabney"), E. Allen Martin (as "Gen. Carr"), William McVay, Mary Pickford (as "Betty Warren") [Broadway debut], Willard Robertson, Richard Storey, Charles Waldron (as "Lt. Burton"), Isabel Waldron (as "Molly Hatton"), Charlotte Walker (as "Agatha Warren"), Frederick Watson (as "Zack Biggs"), Stanhope Wheatcroft (as "Cpl. De Peyster"). Produced by David Belasco.

(1912). Stage Play: The Trail of the Lonesome Pine. Melodrama (original production). Written by Eugene Walter. Based on the novel by John Fox Jr. New Amsterdam Theatre: 29 Jan 1912- Feb 1912 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Berton Churchill (as "John Hale"), Charlotte Walker (as "June"), Lillian Dix, William S. Hart, Alice Lindahl, Willard Robertson, Richard Sterling, Cyrus Wood, George Woodward. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger. Note: Filmed by Broadway Picture Producing Company as The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1914), by Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company [distributed by Paramount Pictures], by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1916), by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1923), by Out of the Inkwell Films [distributed by Red Seal Pictures] as Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1927) [short], by Walter Wanger Productions/Paramount Pictures [distributed by Paramount Pictures] (most notable version) as The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1936).

(1912). Stage Play: The Brute. Written by Frederic Arnold Krummer. 39th Street Theatre: 8 Oct 1912- Oct 1912 (closing date unknown/22 performances). Cast: Ethel Clayton, Stephen Davis Ernest Glendinning, Jeffreys Lewis, Neil Moran, Willard Robertson, Ruth Shepley.

(1920). Stage Play: Big Game. Drama. Written by Willard Robertson and Kilbourn Gordon. Fulton Theatre: 20 Jan 1920- Feb 1920 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Reginald Barlow, J.A. Curtis, Paul Dickey, Alan Dinehart (as "Larry Smith"), Charles Halton, Pauline Lord, William Maxson, William Morran. Produced by Mrs. Henry B. Harris. Note: Filmed by Metro Pictures Corp. as Big Game (1921/I).

(1920). Stage Play: Miss Lulu Bett. Comedy.

(1921). Stage Play: The Detour. Drama. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Augustin Duncan. Astor Theatre: 23 Aug 1921- Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Harry Andrews, Eva Condon, Claude Cooper, Augustin Duncan, Angela McCahill, Willard Robertson, Effie Shannon (as "Helen"), James Waters, Leon Watsky. Produced by J.J. Shubert and Lee Shubert.

(1921). Stage Play: The Squaw Man. Drama (revival). Written by Edwin Milton Royle. Directed by William Faversham. Astor Theatre: 26 Dec 1921- Feb 1922 (closing date unknown/50 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton (as "Grouchy, Cowboy on Carston's Ranch"), Elizabeth Bellairs (as "Lady Mabel Wynnegate, Sister of Henry Wynnegate"), Chauncey Causland (as "McSorley, Engineer of the Overland Limited"), H. Cooper Cliffe (as "Malcolm Petrie, Solicitor of Henry Wynnegate"), Murray Darcy (as "Parker, Conductor of the Overland Limited"), J. Malcolm Dunn (as "Henry Wynnegate, Earl of Kerhill"), Bernard Durkin (as "Little Hal, Nat-U-Ritch's Son"), Herbert Farjeon (as "Baco White"), William Faversham (as "Capt. James Wynnegate, Cousin of Henry Wynnegate, Afterwards Known as Jim Carson"), William Frederic (as "Bud Hardy, County Sheriff"), Harry Hanlon (as "Pete, A Cowboy"), Winifred Harris (as "Lady Elizabeth Wynnegate, Mother of Henry Wynnegate"), Riley Hatch (as "Tab-Y-Wana, Peach Chief of the Utes"), William T. Hays (as "Mr. Hiram Doolittle"), Frank Hollins (as "Sir John Applegate, Diana's Cousin"), Julia Hoyt (as "Diana Wynnegate, Countess of Kerhill"), Curley Judge (as "Punk, A Chinaman"), Emily Lorraine (as "Mrs. Hiram Doolittle"), Frank Lyon (as "Parson"), Bertram A. Marburgh (as "Andy, Cowboy on Carston's Ranch"), Burr McIntosh (as "Big Bill, Foreman of Carston's Ranch"), Willard Robertson (as "Cash Hawkins"), Gerald Rogers (as "Rev. Belachazar Chiswick"), Josephine Royle (as "Nat-U-Ritch, Daughter of Tab-Y-Wana"), George Schaeffer (as "Bates, Butler of Henry Wynnegate"), Emmett Shackelford (as "Shorty, Cowboy on Carston's Ranch"), Edmund Soraghan (as "Nick, Barkeeper of "The Long Horn Saloon"), Ralph Sumpter (as "Lieut. Crosby"), Raymond Van Rensselaer (as "Lieut. Markwell"). Produced by Lee Shubert.

(1923). Stage Play: Icebound. Drama. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Sam Forrest. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 10 Feb 1923- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/145 performances). Cast: Robert Ames, Eva Condon (as "Sadie Fellows"), Laurence Eddinger (as "Dr. Curtis"), Charles Henderson, Andrew J. Lawlor Jr., Lottie Linthicum, Frances Neilson, Edna May Oliver (as "Hannah"), Phyllis Povah (as "Jane Crosby"), Willard Robertson (as "Judge Bradford"), John Westley, "Boots" Wooster. Produced by Sam Harris. Note: Filmed as Icebound (1924).

(1924). Stage Play: Lazybones. Written by Owen Davis. Vanderbilt Theatre: 22 Sep 1924- Nov 1924 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: George Abbott (as "Steve Tuttle"), Martha Bryan-Allen (as "Kit"), Amelia Gardner (as "Martha Tuttle") [final Broadway role], Leona Hogarth (as "Ruth Fanning"), Jean May (as "Jessie Mary Sisler"), Beth Merrill (as "Agnes Fanning"), Allen H. Moore (as "Dick Ritchie"), Elizabeth Patterson (as "Rebecca Fanning"), Willard Robertson (as "Lew Sisler"), Charles C. Wilson (as "Elmer Ballister"). Produced by Sam Harris. Note: Filmed as Lazybones (1925).

(1925). Stage Play: The Sea Woman. Written by Willard Robertson'. Directed by William B. Friedlander. Little Theatre: 24 Aug 1925- Sep 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Clyde Fillmore (as "Captain Rodney Donaldson"), Charles Halton (as "Johnny Hickey"), Paul Kelly (as "Charlie Watts"), Rea Martin (as "Pearl"), Roger Pryor (as "Engineer"), Blanche Yurka(as "Molla Hansen"). Produced by L. Lawrence Weber. Note: Filmed by Edwin Carewe Productions [distributed by First National Pictures] as Why Women Love (1925).

(1927). Stage Play: Black Velvet.

(1927). Stage Play: The Racket. Written by Bartlett Cormack. Ambassador Theatre: 22 Nov 1927- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/119 performances). Cast: Ralph Adams (as "Sam Meyer"), Romaine Callender (as "Assistant State's Attorney Welch"), Jack Clifford (as "Clark"), Marion Coakley (as "Irene Hayes"), G. Pat Collins (as "Patrolman Johnson"), John Cromwell (as "Capt. McQuigg"), Edward Eliscu (as "Joe"), Harry English (as "Lt. Gill"), Mike Flanagan (as "Another Patrolman"), Norman Foster (as "Dave Ames"), Louis Frohoff (as "Alderman Kublacek"), Mal Kelly (as "Sgt. Sullivan"), Fred Irving Lewis (as "Detective Sgt. Delaney"), Harry McCoy (as "Turck"), Hugh O'Connell (as "Miller"), Charles O'Connor (as "A Patrolman"), Charles Peyton (as "Glick"), Willard Robertson (as "Pratt"), Edward G. Robinson (as "An Unidentified Man"), C.E. Smith (as "Sgt. Schmidt"). Produced by Alexander McKaig.

(1928). Stage Play: Rope. Drama.

(1928). Stage Play: The Front Page. Comedy. Written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Times Square Theatre: 14 Aug 1928-Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/276 performances). Cast: Walter Baldwin (as "Bensinger, of The Tribune"), George Barbier (as "The Mayor"), Violet Barney, Eduardo Ciannelli (as "Diamond Louis"), Frank Conlan, Claude Cooper, Jessie Crommette, Matthew Crowley, Larry Doyle, George Fleming, William Foran (as "McCue, City Press"), Frances Fuller, Allen Jenkins (as "Endicott, of The Post"), George Leach, Osgood Perkins (as "Walter Burns"), Joseph Calleia (as "Kruger, of The Journal of Commerce"), Dorothy Stickney (as "Mollie Malloy"), Lee Tracy (as "Hildy Johnson, of The Herald Examiner"), Carrie Weller, Gene West, Jay Wilson, Vincent York (as "Wilson, of The American"), Tammany Young (as "Schwartz, of The Daily News"). Produced by Jed Harris. Note: Filmed as The Front Page (1931), The Front Page (1974), His Girl Friday (1940).

(1929). Stage Play: Winter Bound.

(1930). Stage Play: This Man's Town. Drama. Written by Willard Robertson. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Ritz Theatre: 10 Mar 1930- Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Betty Brenska (as "Cleo"), John Burkell (as "Rooney"), Paul Byron (as "Tom"), Eduardo Ciannelli (as "Antonio Fantana"), Constance Cummings (as "Carrie"), Betty De Pascue (as "Georgie"), W.L. Douglas (as "Medical Examiner"), Clyde Franklin (as "A Marine"), Viola Frayne (as "Ida Anders"), Walter Glass (as "Eddie Anders"), Lewis Gordon (as "Wagner"), Eugenia A. Herman (as "Jean"), Milton C. Herman (as "Smith"), Len D. Hollister (as "Lieutenant of Police"), Mary Howard (as "Hazel"), Joseph Kennedy (as "Ben"), Jerome Lesser (as "Havana"), Sam Levene (as "Rosso"), Marjorie Main (as "Clara"), Harold Morgan (as "A Sailor"), William E. Morris, George Neville (as "Mack"), Caroline Newcombe (as "A Salvation Army Worker"), Walter Newman (as "McKenna"), Pat O'Brien (as "Bill Post"), Arvid Paulson (as "Swede"), Willard Robertson (as "Buck") [final Broadway role], Antonio Salerno (as "Felice Pelangio"), Dorothea Scott (as "Dot"), Emmett Shackelford (as "Gus"), Lois Shore (as "Babe"), Joseph Slayton (as "Pete"), Edwin Stanley (as "Murphy"), Lulu Stone (as "Gypsie"), Max Von Mitzel (as "Doctor"), Jethro Warner (as "George"), Charles C. Wilson (as "Connor"), Vincent York. Produced by George Jessel.


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