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(1903- 1929). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1903). Stage Play: Glad of It. Drama. Written by Clyde Fitch. Savoy Theatre: 28 Dec 1903- Jan 1904 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles, Gypsey Alcott, E.H. Barlab, John Barrymore [Broadway Debut], Alice Brittain, Frank Brownlee, Thomas Burns, Karlene Carman, Edward Collins, Clifford E. Constable, Rosa Cook, J.R. Cooley, Adelaide Hendricks, Rose Hubbard, Millie James, Emma Janvier, Gerald Kelly, Josephine Mack, Rosa Marston, Thomas Meighan, Georgie Mendum, Prince Miller, Grant Mitchell, William Palmer, Florida Pier, Fanny Addison Pitt, Phyllis Rankin, Anita Rothe, Leonora Ruiz, Zelda Sears, Hassard Short (as "Reginald Norton"), Olive Spencer, Lucile Watson (as "Clarita Baxter"), Robert Warwick [Broadway debut], Charles Wentz, Claire Winston, Jim Wyke. Produced by Charles Frohman. Note: Historically significant as John Barrymore's Broadway debut.

(1904). Stage Play: The Ruling Power. Drama.

(1905). Stage Play: The Education of Mr. Pipp. Comedy. Written by Augustus Thomas. Based on a series of cartoons by Charles Dana Gibson [earliest Broadway credit]. Liberty Theatre: 20 Feb 1905- Apr 1905 (closing date unknown/78 performances). Cast: Bessie Baldwin, Janet Beecher (as "Ida Pip"), Digby Bell (as "J. Wesley Pipp"), Ellenore Carroll, Samuel Coit, Fred Courtenay, Marion Draughn (as "Julia Pipp"), Jennie Eustace (as "Lady Viola"), William Evans, Edith French, Harry L. Lang, Frank Powell, Frederick Reynolds, W.S. St. Clair, Robert Warwick, C. Jay Williams, Kate Denin Wilson (as "Mrs. Pipp"). Produced by Kirke La Shelle and Daniel V. Arthur.

(1907). Stage Play: Anna Karenina.

(1908). Stage Play: The Worth of a Woman. Written by David Graham Phillips. Hoyt's Theatre: 12 Feb 1908- Mar 1908 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Albert Brown, George Farren, Katherine Grey (as "Diana Merivale"), Henry Hall, Jane Peyton, Harriet Sheldon, Robert Warwick (as "Julian Burroughs"), Frank Young. Produced by Walter N. Lawrence.

(1909). Stage Play: A Woman's Way. Comedy. Written by Thompson Buchanan [earliest Broadway credit]. Hackett Theatre: 22 Feb 1909- May 1909 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: Ruth Benson, Gardner Burton, Evelyn Carter Carrington [credited as Evelyn Carrington], Reginald Carrington, Fred Esmelton, Mary Fermier, Edward Fielding, Grace George (as "Marion Stanton"), Henry Miller, Jewel Power, Charles Stanley, Dorothy Tennant (as "Mrs. Blakemore"), Robert Warwick, Frank Worthing (as "Howard Stanton"). Produced by William A. Brady. Note: Filmed by Peerless Productions/World Film [distributed by World Film] as A Woman's Way (1916).

(1909). Stage Play: The Dollar Mark. Drama. Written and directed by George Broadhurst. Wallack's Theatre: 23 Aug 1909- Oct 1909 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: George Backus, Alpha Byers, Henry Calkins, T.J. Carlyle, Burke Clarke, Clay Clement, J.H. Davis, Pauline Frederick, Robert T. Haines, T.H. Hartman, Cuyler Hastings (as "Carson Baylis"), Harold Howard, Selene Johnson, Allen Little, George O. Morris, Frances Ring (as "Alice Chandler"), Brinsley Shaw, Hassard Short, Ogden Stevens, D.J. Sullivan, Robert Warwick (as "James Gresham"), George Wright Jr. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1909). Stage Play: Mrs. Dakon.

(1910). Stage Play: Her Husband's Wife. Comedy. Written by A.E. Thomas [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Henry Miller. Garrick Theatre: 10 May 1910- Jun 1910 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Mabel Burt, Orme Caldara, Laura Hope Crews, Grace Elliston, Elinor McEwen, Henry Miller. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1910). Stage Play: Two Women. Written by T. Cicconi. Book adapted by Rupert Hughes. Lyric Theatre: 29 Nov 1910- Jan 1911 (closing date unknown/47 performances). Cast: Lilian Cahill, Harry G. Carlton, Mrs. Leslie Carter, Jeanette Clark, Ethel Conrad, Andree Corday, Francis Finlay, Francis Hanna, Louise Heckler, Harrison Hunter, Brandon Hurst, Arthur Lawrence, A.M. Monteagudo, Harry Semels, Helen Tracy, Robert Warwick. Produced by John Cort.

(1911). Stage Play: The Balkan Princess.

(1911). Stage Play: The Kiss Waltz. Musical/operetta. Music by Carl Michael Ziehrer. Written by Edgar Smith. American Lyrics by Matthew Woodward. Based on the Viennese operetta "Liebeswalzer" by Robert Bodansky and Alfred Grunbaum. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Featuring songs by Harry Gifford, Alfred Lawrence, Tom Mellor, Leslie Stuart, Louis A. Hirsch and Jerome Kern. Musical Staging by William J. Wilson. Dances staged by Gus Sohlke. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law. Costume Design by Melville Ellis. Directed by James C. Huffman. Casino Theatre: 18 Sep 1911- 2 Dec 1911 (88 performances). Cast: Margaret Adair, Mae Allen, May Arnold, Anna Berg, Charles Bigelow, Josephine Bramdell, Martin Brown, Winifred Browne, Helen Clagett, Ethel Collinson, James Curran, Eva Davenport, Mae Dealy, Ethel Dennison, Claudia Esmond, Irving Feiner, Louis Finity, Elsie Froehlich, Marion George, Robert Gilbert, Lew Graham, George Gray, Estelle Grayce, Frederick Hamilton, Agnes Hebron, Frank Hempstone, Olga Hempstone, Helen Lloyd, Clarence Lutz, Florence Mallory, Mildred Manners, Blanche Marr, Violet Marsden, Cecile Mayo, Robert Milliken, Nemo Ormsden, George Pauncefort, LeRoy Pruette, William Pruette, Vivian Raymond, Adele Rowland, Elsa Ryan, Oscar Schwartz, Isador Snee, Florence Summerville, Frances Summerville, Camille Truesdale, May Von Sommerfeld, F.E. Walker, Robert Warwick (as "Guido Spini"), Ethel Weir, Lillian Wiggins, Annette Woodman, Sue Young, Flora Zabelle. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert Inc.

(1912). Stage Play: An Aztec Romance. Romance.

(1912). Stage Play: Miss Princess. Musical/operetta.

(1913). Stage Play: The Bridal Path. Written by Thompson Buchanan. 39th Street Theatre: 18 Feb 1913- Mar 1913 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Fay Bainter, Christine Campbell, Henry Collins, Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Bernard Fairfax, Charles Graham, A.T. Henion, Felix Krembs, Ann Murdock, William H. Sams, Florence Short, Robert Warwick, Lucile Watson, William Wilson. Produced by Edward J. Bowes.

(1913). Stage Play: The Painted Woman.

(1913). Stage Play: Rosedale. Written by Lester Wallack. Lyric Theatre: 18 Apr 1913- May 1913 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Charles Cherry (as "Elliott Grey"), Stephen Davis, Elsie Ferguson, Alice Fisher (as "Tabitha"), Della Fox (as "Sarah Sykes"), Frank Gilmore (as "Matthew Leigh"), John Glendinning, Harry Hadfield, J.W. Hartman, Jobyna Howland (as "Lady Florence May"), Leslie Kenyon, Paula Ludlum, Earl Mitchell, Edith Warren, Robert Warwick (as "Miles McKenna"), George Williams, George Wokfe. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: The Secret. Written by Henri Bernstein. Belasco Theatre: 23 Dec 1913- Apr 1914 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast: John P. Brawn, Harriet Otis Dellenbaugh, Basil Gill, Marguerite Leslie, Frank Reicher (as "Denis le Guern"), Beatrice Reinhardt, Frances Starr, Robert Warwick. Produced by David Belasco.

(1915). Stage Play: A Celebrated Case. Written by Adolphe d'Ennery and Eugene Cormon. Empire Theatre: 7 Apr 1915- Sep 1915 (closing date unknown/176 performances). Cast: George Alison, Herbert Ayling, Leon Brown, Esther Cornell, Ruth Farnum, Nat C. Goodwin, Minna Gale Haynes, Ann Murdock, Eugene O'Brien, Florence Reed, Walter F. Scott, Beverly Sitgreaves, Helen Ware, John Warnick, Robert Warwick, Mimi Yvonne. Produced by Charles Frohman and David Belasco. Note: In production at time of Mr. Frohman's death.

(1916). Stage Play: Captain Brassbound's Conversion. Comedy (revival).

(1921). Stage Play: In the Night Watch. Melodrama.

(1922). Stage Play: Drifting. Melodrama. Written by John Colton and D.H. Andrews. Directed by John Cromwell. Playhouse Theatre: 2 Jan 1922- Feb 1922 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Allen Atwell, Frank Backus, Millie Beland, William Blaisdell, Humphrey Bogart (as "Ernie Crockett/Third Husband") [Broadway debut], Alice Brady (as "Cassie Cook"), Cornelius Bull, Leonard Cary, Jane Corcoran, Burr Curruth, Harry Davies, Marguerite de Marhanno, Maxwell Driscoll, Barry Fitz Patrick, Franklyn Fox, Master Jack Grattan, Lumsden Hare (as "Dr. Li Shen Kueng"), Olaf Laven, Winifred Lawshe, Geraldine McCreery, Leward Meeker, Florence Short, Edwin Thompson, Blanche Wallace, Eve Ware, Robert Warwick, H. Mortimer White. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1922). Stage Play: The Rivals. Comedy (revival).

(1922). Stage Play: To Love. Drama.

(1924). Stage Play: Cheaper to Marry.

(1925). Stage Play: His Queen. Written by John Hastings Turner. Directed by Oliver Morosco. Hudson Theatre: 11 May 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Charles Brown (as "James Gaut"), Minnie Dupree (as "Jane Roper"), Edward Emery (as "Adeimon"), Lumsden Hare (as "Athrike Takarpoulos"), Frank Hubert (as "Rev. Walter Prendergast"), Francine Larrimore (as "Maria Avilon"), Margot Lester (as "Stockie"), Francis X. Malloy (as "A Young Man"), Betty Nye (as "Teenie Clawson"), Marion Vantine (as "Countess Phryne Eumaros"), Robert Warwick (as "Thales"), Harold West (as "Dick Coleby"). Produced by Oliver Morosco.

(1925). Stage Play: A Lady's Virtue. Written by Rachel Crothers. Directed by Rachel Crothers. Bijou Theatre: 23 Nov 1925- Mar 1926 (136 performances). Cast: Florence Arlington (as "A Maid"), George Barbier (as "Walter Lucas"), Martin Berkeley (as "Tschstanoff"), Isabel Irving (as "Mrs. Lucas"), Joe King [credited as Joseph King] (as "Montie") [Broadway debut], George Meeker (as "Ralph Lucas"), Guido Nadzo (as "Eugenio"), Florence Nash (as "Sally Halstead"), Mary Nash (as "Madame Sisson"), Robert Warwick (as "Harry Holstead"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1926). Stage Play: The Two Orphans. Drama (revival). Written by 'Adolphe D'Ennery' and 'Eugene Cormon'. Translated by N. Hart Jackson. Directed by William A. Brady. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 5 Apr 1926- May 1926 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Fay Bainter (as "Louise"), Charles D. Brown, Hugh Buckler (as "Marquis De Presles"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Countess De Linieres"), Henry Cunningham, Ann Delafield, Henry E. Dixey, Marie DuChette, Carolyn Ferriday, Mrs. J.R. Hurley, Wilton Lackaye (as "Count De Linieres"), Wilton Lackaye Jr. (as "Footman"), Robert Loraine, James Morrison, Florence Nash, Mary Nash, Clement O'Loghlen, Joseph Perkins, Franklin Rich, May Robson (as "La Frochard"), José Ruben (as "Pierre Frochard"), William Seymour, Richard Stuart, Bess Tuttle, Robert Warwick (as "Jacques Frochard"), Mrs. Thomas Whiffen (as "Sister Genevieve"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman.

(1928). Stage Play: Mrs. Dane's Defense. Drama (revival). Written by Henry Arthur Jones. Directed by Clifford Brooke and Mabel Brownell. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 6 Feb 1928- Feb 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: George Alison, Horace Braham (as "Lionel Carteret"), J.H. Brewer, Violet Heming, Edgar Henning, Julia Hoyt, Robert Linden, Stanley Logan, Vivian Martin, Alison Skipworth (as "Mrs. Bulsom-Porter"), Robert Warwick (as "Sir Daniel Carteret"), H. Conway Wingfield. Produced by Chamberlain Brown Cosmopolitan Artists.

(1928). Stage Play: Sherlock Holmes. Drama (revival). Written by William Gillette and Arthur Conan Doyle. Directed by Clifford Brook. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 20 Feb 1928- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: George Alison (as "Sir Edward Leighton"), Horace Braham (as "Sidney Prince"), J.H. Brewer (as "Count Von Stahlburg"), Jennie A. Eustace (as "Mrs. Faulkner"), Gene Raymond [credited as Raymond Guion] (as "Billy"), Philip Heege (as "John Forman"), Edgar Henning (as "Parsons"), Julia Hoyt (as "Madge Larrabee"), Frank Keenan (as "Professor Moriarty"), Robert Linden (as "John"), John Litel [erroneously credited as John Littell] (as "Thomas Leary"), Stanley Logan (as "Doctor Watson"), Vivian Martin (as "Alice Faulkner"), Edward Rose (as "Jim Craigin"), Fritzi Scheff (as "Thérèse"), Fred L. Tiden (as "James Larrabee"), Ralph Vincent (as "Lightfoot" McTague"), Robert Warwick (as "Sherlock Holmes"), H. Conway Wingfield (as "Alfred Bassick"). Produced by Chamberlain Brown Cosmopolitan Artists.

(1928). Stage Play: Within the Law (Revival).

(1929). Stage Play: Nice Women. Comedy. Written by William Grew. Directed by W.B. Friedlander. Longacre Theatre: 10 Jun 1929- Aug 1929 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: George Barbier (as "James Girard"), Edward Broadley (as "Conners"), Hope Drown (as "Geraldine Girard"), Albert Hayes (as "William Wells"), Helen Joy (as "Mary"), Lottie Linthicum (as "Martha Girard"), Warren McCollum (as "John Girard"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Elizabeth Girard"), Verree Teasdale (as "Dorothy Drew"), Robert Warwick (as "Mark Chandler"). Produced by L. Lawrence Weber.

(1929). Stage Play: A Primer for Lovers. Farce. Written by William Hurlbut. Directed by William P. Adams. Longacre Theatre: 18 Nov 1929- Dec 1929 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Gwendolyn De Lany (as "Katie"), Joseph Greene (as "Walters"), Rose Hobart (as "Marguerite Brace"), Charles Laite (as "John Elliott"), Ann Mason (as "Lucy Elliott"), Dorothy Mortimer (as "Virginia Beechmore"), Gavin Muir (as "Ned Jacques"), Alison Skipworth (as "Jessica Featherston"), Robert Warwick (as "Elkin Beechmore") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Herman Gantvoort.

(1960) Unsold pilot: he co-starred in a pilot titled "Mountain Man", about a Rocky Mountain fur trading station in the 1840s.


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