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(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Preysing") in the original production of "Grand Hotel" on Broadway.

(1928) Stage: Appeared (credited as S. Albon Rumann) in "The War Song" on Broadway. Written by Sam Spewack, Bella Spewack and George Jessel. Directed by Albert Lewis (also co-producer). National Theatre: 24 Sep 1928-Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Ted Athey, Harry Bass, T.F. Benson, Shirley Booth (as "Emily Rosen"), Clyde Franklyn, William Gargan (as "Pvt. James Perkins"), Lt. Hans Golle, Gene Raymond (credited as Raymond Guion; as "Sid Swanson"), Peter K. Hawley, Eda Heinemann (as "Social Worker"), Edwin Jerome, George Jessel (as "Eddie Rosen"), Patricia Kenny, Paul Ker, Lola Lane, Clara Langsner, Joseph Latham, Capt. Herman Lehmann, Edward Leiter, Col. Edmund Lowe, Paul O'Brien, Charles Peters, Lt. Paul Schultz, Frank Spelvin, Harry Von Zynda, H.C. Warren, Charles Wilson, Carl Worms. Co-produced by Sam Harris.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Ottokar Brandt") in "Alien Corn" on Broadway. Written by Sidney Howard. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Belasco Theatre: 20 Feb 1933-May 1933 (closing date unknown 98 performances). Cast: Katharine Cornell (as "Elsa Brandt Of the faculty of Conway College for Women"; also producer), Luther Adler (as "Julian Vardaman, Of the faculty of Conway College for Women"), E.J. Ballantine (as "Stockton, Of the faculty of Conway College for Women"), Charles D. Brown, Jessie Busley, Lily Cahill, Francis Moran, James Rennie, Ludwig Steiner, Richard Sterling, James Vincent, Charles Waldron (as "Skeats").

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Gerhardt") in "Eight Bells" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Percy S. Mandley. Scenic Design by Cleon Throckmorton. Directed by Frank Gregory. Hudson Theatre: 28 Oct 1933-Nov 1933 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Harrison Brockbank (as "Ashworth"), Donald Bruce (as "Yetts"), John Buckler (as "Ormrod"), Colin Clive (as "Dale"), Paul Dietz (as "Volotsky"), Walter Dressel (as "Oscar"), John Fraser (as "Rastello"), Rose Hobart (as "Marjorie"), David Hughes (as "Snider"), Richard Hughes (as "Schill "), Alfred Kappeler (as "Carl"), Wayne Nunn (as "Pancho"), S.B. Pink (as "Nalo"), Joseph Singer (as "Klotz), Philip Tonge (as "Collister"), 'Henry Von Zynda' (as "Zimmerman"), Eric West (as "Pedro"). Produced by A.C. Blumenthal. NOTE: Filmed as Eight Bells (1935).

(1942) Stage: Appeared in "Lily of the Valley" on Broadway. Written / directed by Ben Hecht. Windsor Theatre: 26 Jan 1942-31 Jan 1942 (8 performances). Cast: Katharine Bard (as "Frances"), Clay Clement (as "Lt. Balboa"), Edmund Dorsey (as "Smaley"), Minnie Dupree (as "Emma Jolonick"), David Hoffman (as "Willie"), Eugene Keith (as "Mr. Whittleson"), David Kerman (as "Butch"), Will Lee (as "Joe"), Paul R. Lipson (as "Man"), Myron McCormick, Charles Mendick (as "Beitler"), Grania O'Malley (as "Annie"), Joseph Pevney, John Philliber (as "Bum"), John Shellie (as "Mike"), Alison Skipworth (as "Mag"; final Broadway role), Richard Taber (as "Blakie Gagin"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Dr. Wolheim") in "Half Gods" ono Broadway. Drama. Written by Sidney Howard. Directed / produced by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 21 Dec 1929-Jan 1930 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Philip Beveridge (as "Second Policeman"), Thaddeus Clancy (as "Third Porter"), Donald Cook (as "Stephen Ferrier"), Hal K. Dawson (as "Second Detective" / "Second Porter"), Elizabeth Goodyear (as "Ada"), Laura Hamilton (as "Pauline"), Mayo Methot (as "Hope Ferrier"), Paul Porter (as "Dennis"), Edward Reese (as "Dr. Mannering"), Walter Regan (as "Rush Bigelow"), Dorothy Sands (as "Helena Grey"), Arthur Shaw (as "First Detective" / "First Porter"), Walter Walker (as "Judge Sturgis"), Robert Bunce Williams (as "First Policeman"). NOTE: Filmed as Free Love (1930).

(1/19/43) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "To Be Or Not To Be".

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