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(1910- 1927). Active on Broadway on the following productions:

(1910). Stage Play: The Rosary.

(1914). Stage Play: Polygamy.

Open House (1925). Comedy/drama. Written by Samuel R. Golding. Directed by Henry Stillman and Robert W. Lawrence. Daly's 63rd Street Theatre: 14 Dec 1925- Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/73 performances). Cast: Albert Andruss [erroneously credited as Albert Andrus] (as "Basil Underwood") [final Broadway role], Janice Elgin (as "Amy"), Guy Hitner (as "Dr. Roger Holt"), Jane Houston (as "Violet Raymond"), Marie Kenrick (as "Miss Langdon"), Robert W. Lawrence (as "Marsdon"), Bela Lugosi (as "Sergius Chernoff"), Helen MacKellar (as "Eugenie Bellamy"), Frank Martins (as "Travis"), Freddie Stange (as "Harold"), Ramsey Wallace (as "Lloyd Bellamy"), Eugenie Woodward (as "Margaret"). Produced by Samuel R. Golding.

Clouds (1925).

Thrills (1925).

The Valley of Content (1925).

Curiosity (1919).

The Big Chance (1918).

(1918). Stage Play: The Master (Revival). Written by Benjamin Glazer [credited as Benjamin F. Glazer]. From the German of Hermann Bahr. Hudson Theatre: 19 Feb 1918- Mar 1918 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews, Marion Ballou, Royal Byron, Aimee Dalmores , Arnold Daly, Carl Eckstrom, William Frederic, Langdon Gillette, Charles Halton, Paul Irving, Harry Mestayer, Ramsey Wallace. Produced by Arnold Daly.

(1916). Stage Play: The Master. Written by Benjamin Glazer [credited as Benjamin F. Glazer]. From the German of Hermann Bahr. Fulton Theatre (moved to The Bandbox Theatre from 8 Jan 1917- close): 5 Dec 1916- Jan 1917 (closing date unknown/47 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles [erroneously credited as Edward Abels], Royal Byron, Arnold Daly, Carl Eckstrom, William Frederic, George Gaston, Charles Halton, Edyth Latimer, Florence Oakley, Edna May Oliver [Broadway debut], Ramsey Wallace, Philip Wood. Produced by The Estate of Henry B. Harris.

(1926). Stage Play: 90 Horse Power. Comedy. Written by Francis DeWitt. Directed by Walter Wilson. Ritz Theatre: 15 Mar 1926- Apr 1926 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Violet Dean (as "Lady Victoria Fairleigh"), Bruce Elmore (as "Reginald Manners"), Guy Hitner (as "Charles Loring"), Allyn King (as "Anita Loring") [final Broadway role], Helen Lackaye (as "Mrs. Charles Loring"), Robert W. Lawrence (as "Robbins"), Ramsey Wallace (as "Smith"), Gerard Willshire (as "Major Cecil, Earl of Fairleigh"). Produced by Marwaldean Productions Inc.

(1926). Stage Play: Pyramids. Drama.

(1927). Stage Play: Lost. Drama.


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