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(1909) Stage: Appeared (as "Norris Townsend"; Broadway debut) in "This Woman and This Man" on Broadway. Written by Avery Hopwood. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 22 Feb 1909-Mar 1909 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Frank Currier, Howard Kyle, Carlotta Nillson, John Tansey, Eva Vincent.

(1909) Stage: Appeared in "The Happy Marriage" on Broadway. Comedy. Written / directed by Clyde Fitch. Garrick Theatre: 12 Apr 1909-May 1909 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Edwin Arden, C.A. Chandos, Dudley Digges, May Donahue, Frank Gheen, Grace Goodall, Albert Hackett [Broadway debut], Doris Keane. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1910) Stage: Appeared in "Diplomacy" on Broadway (revival). Written by Victorien Sardou. Translated by George Pleydell Bancroft. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 13 Sep 1910-Oct 1910 (closing date unknown/33 performances). Cast: Marion Ballou, Leslie Barrett, Thurlow Bergen, Fred Esmelton, C.E. Harris, Chrystal Herne, Mrs. Le Moyne, Effingham Pinto, Jewel Power, Charles Richman (as "Capt. Julian Beauclerc"), Florence Roberts, Theodore Roberts. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1911) Stage: Appeared in "The Rack" on Broadway. Written by Thompson Buchanan. Playhouse Theatre: 15 Sep 1911-Sep 1911 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Romaine Callender, William Conklin, Fred Esmelton, Brenda Fowler, J. Frankenberg, Jane Gail, Katherine Grey, Louise Kent, Helen Langford, Isabel Lee, Diva Marolda, Leonora Oakford, Richard Sterling, Conway Tearle, Elizabeth H. Von Sell. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1912) Stage: Appeared in "The Governor's Lady" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Alice Bradley. Theatre Republic: 10 Sep 1912-Jan 1913 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Emmett Corrigan (as "Daniel S. Slade"), Emma Dunn (as "Mary Slade"), Gladys Hanson, John A. Dewey, Harrison Fowler, Franklin Handy, Albert Lane, Robert McWade, Nat Nazarro Jr., Will H. Nicholson, George H. Shelton, Jack Smith, William H. Tooker, Stuart Walker, John N. Wheeler, Harry B. Wilson. Produced by David Belasco and William Elliott. NOTE: Filmed as The Governor's Lady (1915).

(1912) Stage: Appeared in "Tainted Philanthropy" on Broadway.

(1913) Stage: Appeared in "The Man Inside" on Broadway.

(1914) Stage: Appeared in "What Would You Do?" on Broadway. Written by Augustin MacHugh. Directed by John L. Arthur (also in cast). Hudson Theatre: 2 Mar 1914-Mar 1914 (closing date unknown 16 performances). Cast: Bessie Barriscale, A. Byron Beasley, Alice Carrington, Louise Drew, Richie Ling, Robert MacKay, Karl Ritter, Hattie Russell, Gladys Wynne.

(1914) Stage: Appeared in "Panthea". Written by Monckton Hoffe. Booth Theatre: 23 Mar 1914-Jun 1914 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Frederick Annerley, Viola Beach, Lionel Bevans [Broadway debut], Louise Conti, Mary Dale, Elwyn Eaton, Caroline Harris, Frank Hatch, Emily Monte, George Nash, Olga Petrova, Frederick Powell, James S. Ryan, John J. Steward, Olive Temple, Florence Thompson. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. NOTE: Filmed as Panthea (1917).

(1914) Stage: Appeared in "The Law of the Land" on Broadway. Written / produced by George Broadhurst. 48th Street Theatre: 30 Sep 1914-Apr 1915 (closing date unknown/221 performances). Cast: Walter Craven, Julia Dean, George Fawcett, George Graham, Thomas Gunn, Charles Lane, Harry Lillford, Master Macomber, Harry Oldridge, James Seeley, Ethel Wright. NOTE: Filmed as Law of the Land (1917).

(1915) Stage: Appeared in "Just Boys" on Broadway. Written by Katherine Miller [as Katherine Browning Miller] and Alena Kanka. Comedy Theatre: 13 Sep 1915-Sep 1915 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Charles J. Davis, Mattie Ferguson, Mary Elizabeth Forbes, Agnes Frame, F. Gaillard, Thomas Gunn, Mac Macomber, Manton Marble, Roland Rushton, Eleanor Stone, Ernest Truex, Gladys Wynne. Produced by William Elliott.

(1916) Stage: Appeared (final Broadway role) in "Any House" on Broadway. Written by Owen Davis and Robert H. Davis. Cort Theatre: 14 Feb 1916-Feb 1916 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Edwin Arden, Hunter Arden, Annie Buckley, Jack Davis, Katherine Emmett, Louise Galloway, Frank Gilmore, Hayward Ginn, Ralph J. Herbert, Edith Luckett, Junius Matthews, James Seeley, Jay Wilson. Produced by Sargent Aborn Corp.

(1932). Book: "Values: A Philosophy of Human Needs" (University of Chicago Press).

(1929) Appeared (as himself) in a promotional trailer for Love and the Devil (1929).

(1929) Appeared (as himself) in a promotional trailer for The Divine Lady (1929).


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