Other Works

  • (1907) Stage: Appeared (as "Judah Ben Hur"; Broadway debut) in "Ben Hur", produced on Broadway. Drama (revival). Dramatized by William Young. Based on the novel by Gen. Lew Wallace. Directed by Joseph Brooks. Academy of Music: 25 Feb 1907-Apr 1907 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Mabel Brownell, Charles Canfield, Dwight Dana, Margaret Dills, Daniel E. Hanlon, John Ince (as "Massala"), Ralph Ince, Blanche Kendall, Charles Lawrence, Walter Markham, Robert McWade, Dudley Oatman, Charles J. O'Brien, Charles Riegel, Frederick Scates, Helen Singer, Henry Weaver, Stella Boniface Weaver, George Wilkes. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared (as "Lt. Gordon Willoughby of the 17th Lancers") in "The Lancers" on Broadway. Musical. Music and lyrics by Cecilia Loftus and George Spink. Written by Rida Johnson Young and J. Hartley Manners, from the German of Homer Von Moser and Franz von Schoenthan. Featuring "Any Little Girl" by Milton Lusk and H.A. Evans, "Twinkling Star" by C.P. MacDonald and Arthur Gumble. Musical Direction by George Martens. Directed by Frank Smithson. Daly's Theatre: 5 Dec 1907-14 Dec 1907 (12 performances). Cast: Eileen Anglin, Henry Coote, Phoebe Coyne, Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Capt. Cecil Fitzherbert"), Ben Field, Grace Fisher, Cecilia Loftus (as "Marcia Tremaine"), Bertram Allen, Leon Bailey, Jane Brown, Theresa Bryant, Doris Cameron, Cyril Chadwick, Margaret Cobb, Violet Curtis, H.B. Eirick, William J. Ellis, J.F. Fitzgerald, Mollie Hall, Hubert Harben, George Hollis, Evelyn Honohan, Harold Kehoe, Stapleton Kent, Arthur R. Lawrence, Edna Merrill, Anna Millward, Percival Norton, Ethel Peyton, Maud Rowland, Suzanne Rusholme, Cyril Sully, Roma Thorne, Fred Tyler, Stella Warner, Lillias Wilde. Produced by [error] and Sam Shubert, by arrangement with The Augustin Daly Estate.
  • (1909) Stage: Appeared in "The Great John Ganton" on Broadway. Drama. Written by J. Hartley Manners. Based on the novel by Arthur J. Eddy. Directed by Lucius Henderson (who also appeared). Lyric Theatre: 3 May 1909-Jun 1909 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: George Fawcett, Jack Barnes, R.H. Breese, Josephine Brown, Frederick Burton, Edward Emery, Charles Gay, Jack Leslie, Esther Lyons, H. Frederick Millerton, Jane Peyton, Mona Rank, W.H. Sadler, Laurette Taylor, Jack Webster. Produced by [error] and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1916) Stage: Appeared in "Ben Hur" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Dramatized by William Young. Based on the novel by Gen. Lew Wallace. Directed by Joseph Brooks. Manhattan Opera House: 6 Nov 1916-Jan 1917 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Charles Browning, Herbert Charles, Arthur Chatterdon, Leander De Cordova, Reginald Goode, James W. Hayes, John R. Lindsey, W.H. Nichols, Bissell Putnam, Cassius Quinby, Leslie Stowe, C. Walter Vail, George Wilkes, Frederick Wilson. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1918) Stage Play: The Man Who Stayed at Home. Written by J.E. Harold Terry and Lechmere Worrall. 48th Street Theatre: 3 Apr 1918- Jul 1918 (closing date unknown/109 performances). Cast: Amelia G. Bingham, Albert Brown, John Burkell, Florence Edney, Charlotte Ives, Katharine Kaelred, Philip Leigh, Louise Muldener, John L. Shine, A.H. Van Buren, J. Casler West, Nancy Winston. Produced by William Moore Patach. Notes: (1) Play originally produced in London. (2) Filmed previously by Hepworth [UK] (distributed there by Central Ltd. with no known US distribution) as The Man Who Stayed at Home (1915), and by Screen Classics Inc. (distributed by Metro Pictures Corp.) as The Man Who Stayed at Home (1919). Previously spoofed as Pimple's the Man Who Stayed at Home (1915) [Short subject], produced by Piccadilly Film Productions [UK] without credit to playwrights (distributed by Browne Ltd. with no known US distribution).
  • (1921) Stage Play: Her Salary Man. Comedy. Written by Forrest Rutherford. Directed by Harry Andrews. Cort Theatre: 28 Nov 1921- Dec 1921 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Donald Call, Grace Carlyle, Dudley Clements, Will Deming, Nina Gleason, Donald Hall, Hedley Hall, Thomas E. Jackson (as "Dick Barry"), Edna May Oliver (as "Mrs. Sophie Perkins"), Ruth Shepley, Hope Sutherland, H.B. Thomas, A.H. Van Buren (as "John Brown/Bunny"), Mae Washburne. Produced by John Cort.
  • (1922) Stage Play: It Is the Law. Melodrama. Written by Elmer Rice. Ritz Theatre: 29 Nov 1922- Mar 1923 (closing date unknown/125 performances). Cast: Charles P. Bates, Rose Burdick (as "Lillian"), John Burr, Joe De Stefani, Charles Goodrich, Arthur Hohl (as "Albert Woodruff"), Thomas Hood, William Ingersoll (as "Theodore Cummings"), Ralph Kellard, James Linhart, Alexander Onslow, Hans Robert, John Francis, Richard Stevenson, Alma Tell (as "Ruth"), Jack Thorne, Valerie Valaire, A.H. Van Buren (as "William Elliott"), Walter Walker, Frank H. Westerton (as "Edward Harley") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Samuel Wallach. Note: Filmed by Fox Film Corporation as It Is the Law (1924). Arthur Hohl reprised role in film (a 1922 Universal short shared the same title with no connection to the play).
  • (1923) Stage Play: Time. Comedy. Written by Arthur Henry. 39th Street Theatre: 26 Nov 1923- Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Marie Curtis, William Evarts, Dorothy Francis, William Kirkland, Margaret Mower, Lucile Nikolas, A.H. Van Buren (as "Jim Prescott"). Produced by Stuart Walker in association with Lee Shubert.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Saint Joan. Drama. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Garrick Theatre: 28 Dec 1923- May 1924 (closing date unknown/195 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton, Seth Baldwin, Albert Bruning, Walton Butterfield, Morris Carnovsky, Maurice Colbourne, Ernest Cossart, William M. Griffith, Philip Leigh, Winifred Lenihan, Joseph Macauley, Ian Maclaren, Jo Mielziner (as "Court Page"), Henry Travers (as "Chaplain de Stogumber"), James Norris, Elizabeth Pearre, Albert Perry (as "Cannon John D'Estivet"), Frank Tweed, A.H. Van Buren (as "The Earl of Warwick"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Sap. Comedy. Written by William Grew. Directed by Arthur Hurley. Apollo Theatre: 15 Dec 1924- Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Peggy Allenby, Doris Eaton (as "Jane Mason"), Raymond Hitchcock (as "William (Bill) Small"), Russell Johnstone, Norval Keedwell (as "Edward Mason"), Miriam Sears. Produced by George H. Nicolai and Jack M. Welch, A.H. Van Buren (as "The Sap"). Note: Produced by Warner Brothers (The Sap (1929) as a talkie starring Edward Everett Horton.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Aloma of the South Seas. Drama. Written by John B. Hymer and LeRoy Clemens. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Lyric Theatre: 20 Apr 1925- Jun 1925 (closing date unknown/66 performances). Cast: Korola Alleneve, Marion Barney, Arthur Barry, Lola De Rome, Dorotha Denise, William Gargan (as "Boano"), George Gaul (as "Nuitane"), Walter Glass, Richard Gordon, Denis Gurney, Penelope Hubbard, Ben Johnson, Priscilla Knowles, Andrea McKinnon, Anne Morrison, Vivienne Osborne (as "Aloma"), Al. Roberts, Frank Thomas, Arthur Vinton (as "Red Malloy"). Produced by Carl Reed.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Kosher Kitty Kelly. Musical comedy. Book by Leon De Costa. Music by Leon De Costa. Lyrics by Leon De Costa. Musical Director: George Hirst. Music orchestrated by Hilding Andersson. Musical Staging by Ralph Riggs. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Times Square Theatre (moved to The Daly's 63rd Street Theatre from 21 Oct 1925- close): 15 Jun 1925- 10 Dec 1925 (166 performances). Cast: Beatrice Allen (as "Rosie Feinbaum"), William Brainerd (as "A Stranger"), Dorothy Gay (as "Zella Barnes"), Robert Leonard (as "Moses Ginsburg"), Basil Loughrane (as "Morris Rosen"), Jennie Moscowitz (as "Mrs. Sarah Feinbaum"), Charles F. O'Connor (as "Joe Barns"), Paul Porter (as "Wang Lee"), Marjorie Rooney (as "Zella Barnes"), Fred Santley (as "Patrick O'Reilly"), Helen Shipman (as "Kitty Kelly"), Dorothy Walters (as "Mrs. Mary Kelly"), Max Wideman (as "A Mysterious Gent"). Produced by Arch Productions, Inc. Note: Filmed as Kosher Kitty Kelly (1926) [distributed by FBO].
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Morning After. Comedy. Written by Len D. Hollister and Leona Stephens. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Hudson Theatre: 27 Jul 1925- Aug 1925 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Arthur Aylesworth (as "Ambrose Guthrie"), Constance Beaumar (as "Mrs. Guthrie") [final Broadway role], Donald Foster, Kay Johnson, Anne Morrison, Gypsy O'Brien (as "Mrs. Lamb"), Zolya Talma (as "Mrs. Dickie Deming"), Verree Teasdale (as "Mrs. Madera"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Will Sumner"), Emma Wise. Produced by L.M. Simmons.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Gypsy Fires. Melodrama. Written by Allan Davis. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 7 Dec 1925- Dec 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Arthur Albertson, Perce Benton, Lord Brilliant, Alice Fischer, Lillian Foster, Franklyn Fox, Winifred Gaynor, J.M. Kerrigan (as "Rodney O'Neil"), Tamzon Manker, "Moonshine," Albert Phillips, Eeda Von Buelow. Produced by William Caryl.
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Jay Walker. Comedy/drama. Written by Olga Printzlau. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Klaw Theatre: 8 Feb 1926- Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Jennet Adair, Alma Blake, Margaret Bloodgood, Reed Brown Jr., Curtis Cooksey (as "Sgt. Jerry O'Day"), Mary Daniel, Caroline Newcomb, Edmund Roberts. Produced by Benjamin F. Witbeck.
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Little Spitfire. Comedy. Written by Myron C. Fagan. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Cort Theatre: 16 Aug 1926- Feb 1927 (closing date unknown/200 performances). Cast: Peggy Allenby (as "Patricia Longworth"), Theresa Maxwell Conover (as "Mrs. Ralston"), Sylvia Field (qs "Gypsy"), Walter Glass (as "A Bell Boy"), H. Dudley Hawley (as "Stanley Markham"), Andrew Lawlor Jr. (as "Frank Gorman"), Russell Mack (as "Marty Gorman"), Frank M. Thomas (as "Brooks"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Peter Ralston"), Raymond Van Sickle (as "James Ralston"), Eileen Wilson. Produced by Benjamin F. Witbeck.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Crime. Melodrama. Written by John B. Hymer, Samuel Shipman. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 22 Feb 1927- Aug 1927 (closing date unknown/186 performances). Cast: Carol Baldwin, Barbara Barondess, Elwood Fleet Bostwick (as "Inspector McGuinness"), William Boulias, Neil Bridges, Delancey Cleveland, Marie Cole, Claude Cooper, Josephine Deffry, Cleve Delland, Katharine Francis, Spurr K. Gould, Walter D. Greene, R.H. Irving, Kay Johnson, Eddie Kelly, Jack La Rue (as "Spud"), Michael Markham, Charles P. Mather, Earle Mayne, Douglass Montgomery, Chester Morris (as "Rocky Morse"), John O'Meara, Marvin Oreck, Walter Powers, Irving H. Rapper, James Rennie, Jess Romer, Clifton Self, Phillip M. Sheridan, Sylvia Sidney (as "Annabelle Porter"), Mary Smith, Jack Thomson, John Ward, Gustav Yorke. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • The Tightwad (1927). Written by Robert Keith. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. 49th Street Theatre: 16 Apr 1927- Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: King Calder (as "Tommy Jordan"), Marie Carroll (as "Mamie Harris"), Alexander Clark Jr., Cebra Graves, Allen Moore, Lucile Nikolas, Leah Winslow. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1927) Stage Play: The Trial of Mary Dugan. Melodrama. Written by Bayard Veiller. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. National Theatre: 19 Sep 1927- Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/437 performances). Cast: Michelette Baroni, Robert Beggs, Rex Cherryman, Robert Cummings (as "Police Inspector Hunt"), John P. Dougherty, Charles Edwards, Ann Harding (as "Mary Dugan"), Louis Jean Heydt (as "Harry Jones"), Arthur Hohl (as "District Attorney Galway"), Edwin T. Jones, Cyril Keightley (as "Edward West"), Anna Kostant, Barton MacLane (as "Assistant District Attorney"), Merle Maddern, Jasper Mangione, Leona Maricle (as "Dagmar Lorne") [Broadway debut], Lewis McMichael, Dennie Moore (as "Mary Harris"), Oscar Polk (as "James Madison") [Broadway debut], Julia Ralph (as "Mrs. Kate Burton"), John Ravold, Dean Raymond, Marie Santas, Jack Sayer, John Sharkey, Robert Williams. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Fast Life. Melodrama. Written by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Ambassador Theatre: 26 Sep 1928- Oct 1928 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: C. Edwin Brandt, John Burch, Irene Cattell (as "Christina Johnson") [Broadway debut], Goo Chong, Jean Clarendon, Claudette Colbert (as "Patricia Mason"), Donald Dillaway, Frederick Earle, Frank Graham, Vincent Gulliver, Frank Howson (as "Clyde Turner"), Thomas Irwin, Donald McClelland, Frank B. Miller, Adrian Morris, Chester Morris (as "Chester Palmer"), William Morris, Dorothy Payne, Frank Reyman, Wells Richardson, Muriel Robinson, Anne Tarnoff, Robert Toms, Walter Tyrrell, Crane Wilbur (as "Bradford Palmer"), Mabel Williams, Paul Wilson. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1931) Stage Play: A Widow in Green. Comedy. Written by Lea Freeman. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Cort Theatre: 20 Nov 1931- Dec 1931 (closing date unknown/27 performances). Cast: Peggy Allenby, Johnnie Brewer, Florence Edney (as "Lady Rumley"), Katherine Emmett, Claiborne Foster, Percita West Gardner, Ernest Glendinning (as "Tommy Shannon"), David Higgins, Lucille Lisle, Cecilia Loftus (as "Anelica"), Maury Tuckerman. Produced by James W. Elliott.
  • (1932) Stage Play: The Inside Story. Written by George Bryant and Francis M. Verdi. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. National Theatre: 22 Feb 1932- Mar 1932 (closing date unknown/24. performances). Cast: John Burkell (as "Det. Haight"), Louis Calhern (as "Louis Corotto"), Frank Camp, Marguerite Churchill (as "Mamie Gillette"), Gage Clarke (as Rod Guzman"), Jack Clifford, William Courtenay, Alexander Cross, Brian Donlevy (as "Nick Lipman"), Edward Ellis, Paul Everton (as "Capt. Dan Engle"), William Goode, Marie Hunt, Aphie James, Edward Jones, Edward Keane, Fred Irving Lewis, Harriet E. MacGibbon (as "Mrs. Beekman"), George Pembroke (as "Gus Bernstein"), Mary Redmond, Stanley Ridges (as "Frank Delaney"), Roy Roberts, W.W. Shuttleworth, Frances Tannehill (as "Evelyn Beekman"), Frank M. Thomas (as "Bert Teagle"), Harland Tucker (as "Fred Beekman"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Nine Pine Street. Written by John Colton and Carlton Miles. From a play by William Miles and Donald Blackwell. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Longacre Theatre: 27 Apr 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Roberta Beatty, Helen Claire, Andree Corday, Lillian Gish (as "Effie Holden"), Raymond Hackett (as "Warren Pitt"), Robert Harrison, Eleanor Hicks, James Hollicky, James P. Houston, William Ingersoll (as "Dr. Powell"), Neil McFee, John Morrissey, Jessamine Newcombe, Barna Ostertag, Catherine Proctor, Janet Young. Produced by Margaret Hewes.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Move On, Sister. Drama. Written by Daniel Nathan Rubin. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Playhouse Theatre: 24 Oct 1933- Oct 1933 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Phil Sibley"), Fay Bainter (as "Alice Drave"), Robert W. Craig, Edward L. Davenport, Harry Davenport (as "Dr. London"), John T. Doyle, Ernest Glendinning (as "Eugene Greer"), Jessie Graham, Harry Hanlon, Robert Harrison, Moffat Johnston (as "Alva Haury"), Kathryn March, Frank Shannon, Harland Tucker, Marion Willard. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Invitation to a Murder. Melodrama/mystery. Written by Rufus King. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Theatre Masque: 17 May 1934- Jul 1934 (closing sate unknown/53 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Dr. Linton"), Humphrey Bogart (as "Horatio Channing"), Edgar Charles, Sherling Oliver, Walter Plinge, Jane Seymour, James Shelburne, Gale Sondergaard (as "Lorinda Channing"), William Valentine, Juan Varro, Daphne Warren-Wilson. Produced by Ben Stein.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Nowhere Bound. Melodrama. Written by Leo Birinsky. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Imperial Theatre: 22 Jan 1935- Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cas: John Alexander, Don Beddoe (as "Pat"), Nicholas Bela, Matt Briggs, C.H. Croker-King, Alexander Danaroff, Henry De Koven, Pierre De Ramey, Joseph Monneret De Villard, Patricia Deering (as "Maureen") [Broadway debut], G. Frederick, Frederick Giermann, Miriam Goldina, G. Swayne Gordon, Marshall Hale, Franklin Heller, Fred Kaufman, Allen Lee, Clara Mahr, Sherling Oliver, Helene Rapport, Edward Raquello, W.W. Shuttleworth, Herbert Treitel, Robert Williams, Oswald Yorke (as "State Sen. Dalton"), Naum Zemach. Produced by Birinski Inc.
  • (1935) Stage Play: The Ragged Edge. Melodrama. Written by Mary Heathfield. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Fulton Theatre: 25 Nov 1935- Dec 1935 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Wylie Adams (as "Jake"), Dorothy Bernard (as "Eleanor Dunham"), Glen Boles (as "Rodney Cole, Jr./Bill Craigie"), Edward Craven (as "Pike Reardon"), Leo Curley (as "Dawson Webb"), Judith Barrett [credited as Nancy Dover] (as "Dot Whalen") [final Broadway role], Lillian Emerson, Frederick Graham (as "Tom Drake"), Robert Harrison (as "Rodney Cole, Sr."), Nicholas Joy (as "Henry Farraday"), Percy Kilbride (as "Russell Parker"), Edward Lester (as "Fenwick"), Frank Monroe (as "Landers"), Clara Palmer (as "Agatha Drake"). Produced by A.H. Woods Ltd.
  • (1936) Stage Play: Black Widow. Drama. Written by Samuel John Park. Scenic Design by Louis Kennel. Directed by Miriam Doyle. Mansfield Theatre: 12 Feb 1936- Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: King Calder (as "Detective Sergeant Whaler"), Walter Davis (as "Medical Examiner Lorris"), Bruce Desmond (as "Patrolman"), Lucille La Verne (as "Dr. Emma Koloich"), Joanna Roos (as "Katherine"), Stanley Smith (as "Carl Koloich"), Michael Stone (as "Jennie Mason"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Professor"), Keenan Wynn (as "Detective Garner"). Produced by Thomas Kilpatrick.
  • (1937) Stage Play: Behind Red Lights. Drama. Written by Samuel Shipman and Beth Brown. Based on "For Men Only" by Beth Brown. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Mansfield Theatre: 13 Jan 1937- Nov 1937 (177 performances). Cast: Hardie Albright (as "Samuel J. Armstrong"), Edward Andrews (as "Dan O'Connor"), Harry Antrim, George Baxter, Lucille Beaumont, Murray Bennet, Barbara Brown, Marion Crosson, Alan Dinehart (as "College Boy"), Wilma Drake, Earl Ebi, Ruth Edell, Barbara Fulton, Blanche Gladstone, Katherine Grey, Dorothy Hall, Georgette Harvey, Mitzi Haynes, Arthur Hughes, Jane Johns, Beatrice Kay [erroneously credited as Beatrice Kaye], John Kearney, Betty Lee, George Lewis, Marjorie Lytell, Bruce MacFarlane, Edgar Mason, Jerrie Maxwell, Mary Morris, Jane Moxon, Don Ostrander, David Pelham, Randolph Preston, Maida Reade, Thelma Shaw, Richard Sterling, Richard Taber, George Volk, Eileen Wenzel, Stephen Wilson. Produced by Jack Curtis.
  • (1937) Stage Play: Bet Your Life. Comedy/farce. Written by Fritz Blocki and Willie Howard. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. John Golden Theatre: 5 Apr 1937- Apr 1937 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: John Call (as "Luke Chance"), Claire Carleton, Edgar Charles, John Clarke, John Foster, J. Robert Haag, Blanche Haring, Lew Hearn, Lulu McConnell, Jean McCool, Scott Moore, William Valentine. Produced by Ben Stein.
  • (1938) Stage Play: Here Come the Clowns. Drama. Written by Philip Barry. Scenic Design by John Koenig. Stage Manager: James Hagan. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Robert Milton. Booth Theatre: 7 Dec 1938- Feb 1939 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Gert Marble"), Jerry Austin, Ralph Bunker (as "Ma Speedy"), Leo Chalzel (as "Max Pabst"), Russell Collins (as "John Dickinson"), Eddie Dowling (as "Dan Clancy"), Doris Dudley, Madge Evans (as "Connie Ryan"), Frank Gaby (as "Jim Marble"), James Hagan (as "Walter"), Eve March, Thomas Palmer, Bertram Thorn (as "Val Gurney"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Freddie Ballantine"). Produced by Eddie Dowling.
  • (1939) Stage Play: Life With Father. Comedy. Based on stories by Clarence Day. Dramatized by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Stage Manager: Cecil Clovelly and A.H. Van Buren. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. Empire Theatre (moved to The Bijou Theatre from 10 Sep 1945 to 15 Jun 1947, then moved to The Alvin Theatre from 17 Jun 1947 to close): 8 Nov 1939- 12 Jul 1947 (3224 performances). Cast: Katharine Bard (as "Annie"), Dorothy Bernard, Nellie Burt (as "Nora"), John Drew Devereaux, Ruth Hammond, Timothy Kearse, John C. King, Howard Lindsay (as "Father"), Portia Morrow, Larry Robinson, Raymond Roe, Richard Simon, Richard Sterling, Dorothy Stickney (as "Vinnie"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Dr. Humphreys"), Teresa Wright (as "Mary Skinner"). Produced by Oscar Serlin.
  • (1948) Stage Play: Life With Mother. Comedy. Written by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Based on stories by Clarence Day. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Empire Theatre: 20 Oct 1948- 4 Jun 1949 (262 performances). Cast: Robert Antoine, Dorothy Bernard, John Drew Devereaux, Mary Diveny, Amy Douglass, Robert Emhardt, David Frank, Ruth Hammond, Gladys Hurlbut, Howard Lindsay, Marguerite Morrissey, Jo Anne Paul, Michael Smith, Dorothy Stickney (as "Vinnie"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Dr. Humphreys"), Robert Wade. Produced by Oscar Serlin.

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