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(1934) He acted in Denison Clift and Frank Gregory's play, "The Moon is Red," at the Daly's Theatre in London, England with Joyce Bland, Helen Goss, Hugh Miller, George Curzon, and Eille Norwood in the cast. Frank Gregory was also director.

(1936) He acted in Dodie Smith's play, "Call It A Day," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Fay Compton, Owen Nares, Patricia Hilliard, Valerie Taylor, and Marie Lohr in the cast. Basil Dean was director.

(1952-1953) He acted in Louis Verneuil's play, "Affairs of State," at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Coral Browne, Wilfred Hyde White, Hugh Williams, and Joyce Redman in the cast.

The Patriot (1928). Drama. Written by Ashley Dukes. Based on the German of Alfred Neumann. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Majestic Theatre: 19 Jan 1928- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Henry Berger (as "A Corporal"), Reginald Carrington (as "General Talyzin"), Henry Carvill (as "The English Doctor"), Forbes Dawson (as "A Staff Captain"), Clarence Derwent (as "Count Stroganoff"), Frank Elliott (as "Major Muravieff"), Leslie Faber (as "Count Peter Alexeievitch Pahlen") [final Broadway role], John Gielgud (as "Grand Duke Alexander") [Broadway debut], Lyn Harding (as "Paul I, Tsar of Russia"), Lumsden Hare (as "Count Valerian Zuboff"), John Parrish (as "Prince Platon Zuboff"), Bernard Savage (as "Ivan"), Frank Shannon (as "Stepan"), Madge Titheradge (as "Anna, Baroness Ostermann"), Austin Trevor (as "Count Nikita Petrovitch Panin"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

Once is Enough (1938). Comedy. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 15 Feb 1938- May 1938 (closing date unknown/105 performances). Cast: Archibald Batty (as "Lord Rayne/Reggie"), Ina Claire (as "Duchess of Hampshire/Nancy"), Eric Cowley (as "Charles Pleydell"), Lewis Dayton (as "Morton"), Rosalind Ivan (as "Lady Bletchley/Emily"), Viola Keats (as "Liz Pleydell"), Guy Kingsford (as "A Footman"), Walter Piers (as "Lord Whitehall/Hugo"), Nancy Ryan (as "Lady Whitehall/Molly"), Wilfrid Seagram (as "Lord Plynne/Archie"), Austin Trevor (as "Paul"), Margaret Vyner (as "Lady Plynne/Dorothy'), Hugh Williams (I)' (as "Duke of Hampshire/Johnny'), John Williams (II)' (as "Eric Lindon"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(August 12,1926-October 1926) He acted in John Galsworthy's play, "Escape," at the Ambassadors Theatre in London, England with Leon M. Lion, Nicholas Hannen, Ursula Jeans, Frank Freeman, Molly Kerr, Phyllis Konstam, Ann Codrington, Margaret Halstan, Ethel Manning, Paul Gill, Stafford Hilliard, and Betty Astell in the cast.


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