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(1922) Stage: Appeared (as "Butler"; Broadway debut) in "Why Men Leave Home" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Avery Hopwood. Directed by Collin Kemper. Morosco Theatre: 12 Sep 1922-Jan 1923 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Theresa Maxwell Conover (as "Nina"), Paul Everton (as "Sam"), Audrey Hart (as "Betty"), Norval Keedwell (as "Billy"), Isabel Leighton (as "Sybil"), Wauna Loraine (as "Doris"), Peggy Lytton (as "Maid"), John McFarlane (as "Tom"), Florence Shirley (as "Fifi"), Jessie Villares (as "Grandma"), Barry O'Moore (as "Artie"). Produced by Wagenhals and Collin Kemper.

(1924). Stage Play: That Awful Mrs. Eaton. Drama. Written by John Farrar and Stephen Vincent Benet. Morosco Theatre: 29 Sep 1924- Oct 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Cordelia Howard Aiken (as "Mrs. John Quincy Adams"), Katharine Alexander (as "Peggy O'Neal Eaton"), Mary Allen (as "Dolly Madison"), Frank Andrews (as "Mordecai Noah"/John Branch, Secretary of the Navy"), Margaret Armstrong (as "Mrs. Everett"), Lee Beggs (as "Daniel Webster") [Broadway debut], James A. Bliss (as "U.S. Sen. Peleg Sprague") [final Broadway role], Joyce Borden (as "Emily Donelson"), Laura Brittan (as "Mrs. Henry Clay"), Herbert Bunston (as "Sir Charles Vaughan, British Ambassador"), Ulrich B. Collins (as "Duff Green"), Henry Crosby (as "Col. Towson"), Harry Davies (as "Maj. Gen. Alexander Macomb"), H.G. Emerson (as "Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary of Treasury"), Franklyn Fox (as "Richard Hibson"), Elmer Grandin (as "John C. Calhoun"), Virginia Howell (as "Mrs. Sprague"), Margot Lester (as "Mary Vaughan"), Kirah Markham (as "Mrs. Daniel Webster"), Frank McGlynn (as "Andrew Jackson"), Isabel O'Madigan (as "Mrs. John C. Calhoun"), Ernest E. Pollock (as "John McPherson Berrien, Attorney General"), William R. Randall (as "John Henry Eaton, Secretary of War"), Mary Ellen Ryan (as "Mrs. Hibson"), Lota Sanders (as "Mrs. Branch"), Clifford Sellers (as "Mrs. Ingham"), Mary Taylor (as "Mrs. Berrien"), Lou Turner (as "William Taylor Barry, Postmaster General"), Minor Watson (as "Major William B. Taylor"), Robert Wayne (as "Martin Van Buren, Secretary of State"), Thomas H. Wenning (as "Commodore John Rodgers"), William Walcott [erroneously credited as William Wolcott] (as "Dr. Campbell"), Walter Young (as "Jim"). Produced by William A. Brady.

(1924) Stage: Appeared in "The Magnolia Lady" on Broadway. Musical revue. Book by Anne Caldwell. Based on a comedy by A.E. Thomas and Alice Duer Miller. Musical Director: Harold Levy. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Directed by Hassard Short. Shubert Theatre: 25 Nov 1924-3 Jan 1925 (47 performances). Cast: Mary Adams, Virginia Beardsley, Tom Chadwick, Ruth Chatterton, Harriet Chetwynd, Hazel Clayton, Frank Doane, Bertha Donn, Worthe Faulkner, Nellie Fillmore, Bernice Furrow, Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher, Helen Haines, Halcyone Hargrove, George Jefferson, Sara Johnson, Katherine Kohler, Julia Lane, Lovey Lee, Ethel Martin, Edward McCullough, Tom Morrison, John Munster, George O'Brien, Bland O'Connell, Lucille Osborne, Carl Rose, Louis Sears, Virginia Sharr, Muriel Stryker, Billy Taylor, Ward Van Ness, Emma Wyche. Produced by Henry Miller.

(1925) Stage: Appeared (as "John Devant") in "Two Married Men" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Vincent Lawrence. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Longacre Theatre: 13 Jan 1925-Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews (as "Eve Devant"), Frances Carson (as "Cora Stearns"), James Dale (as "Frank Stearns"), George Gaul (as "James Hunter"), Bruce Scott (as "Billings"). Produced by William H. Harris Jr.

(1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Johnny North") in "Howdy, King" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Mark Swan. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Morosco Theatre: 13 Dec 1926-Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Eleanor Audley (as "Guest of Hotel"), Byron Beasley, William Beer, Dorothy Beresford, Neil Bridges, Marion Bushee, G. Davidson Clark, Hazel Cooper, Lorna Elliott, Louis Frohoff, Alfred Kappeler (as "Ortega"), Anna Kostant, Leneta Lane, David Leonard, Harriet E. MacGibbon (as "Helen Bond"), Douglas MacPherson, Ruppert May, Frank Mayne, Frank Otto, Hamilton Philips, Frank Reyman, Walter Stewart, George Toll, John Triggs, Franklin Waite. Produced by Anne Nichols.

(1927) Stage: Appeared in "Trigger" on Broadway.

(1928) Stage: Appeared in "These Modern Women" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1928) Stage: Appeared in "This Thing Called Love" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1929) Stage: Appeared in "It's a Wise Child" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Stephen West") in "Friendship" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by George M. Cohan. Directed by Sam Forrest. Fulton Theatre: 31 Aug 1931-Sep 1931 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: George M. Cohan (as "Joe Townsend"; also producer), Helen Cohan (as "Joan"), Marjorie Dalton (as "Jenny"), Robert C. Fischer (as "Rudolph Steinert"), Howard Hull Gibson (as "Sully"), Thomas Gillen (as "Alfred"), Clifford Jones (as "Cecil"), Beatrice Moreland (as "Mrs. Steinert"), Lee Patrick (as "Louise Dale").

(1933) Stage: Appeared in "A Divine Drudge" on Broadway. Drama.

(1934) Stage: Appeared in "Theodora, The Quean" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Sam Frothingham") in "End of Summer" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 17 Feb 1936-Jun 1936 (closing date unknown/153 performances). Cast: Ina Claire (as "Leonie Frothingham"), Kendall Clark (as "Robert"), Doris Dudley (as "Paula Frothingham"), Van Heflin (as "Dennis McCarthy"), Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Wyler"), Osgood Perkins (as "Dr. Kenneth Rice"; final Broadway role), Tom Powers (as "Boris, Count Mirsky"), Shepperd Strudwick (as "Will Dexter"), Barry O'Moore (as "Dr. Dexter"). Produced by Theatre Guild, Inc.

(1945) Stage: Appeared in "State of the Union" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Dr. Stephen Macklin") in "Tapestry in Gray" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Martin Flavin. Directed by Marion Gering. Shubert Theatre: 27 Dec 1935-Jan 1936 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Arling Alcine (as "Coroner's Office Man"), Auguste Aramini (as "A Waiter"), Audrey Barlow (as "Iris' Maid"), Miriam Battista (as "A Street Walker"), Cornelia Bell (as "Governess"), George Bleasdale (as "A Ship's Steward"), Milo Boulton (as "Ensemble"), Muriel Brassler (as "A Nurse"), Helene Bush (as "Surgical Nurse"), Claude Carey (as "Gunman"), Herschel Cropper (as "Ensemble"), Melvyn Douglas (as "Erik Nordgren"), Norma Downey (as "A Hospital Nurse"), Frederick Forrester (as "An Editor"), Franklyn Fox (as "A Medical Corps Major"), Paul Gallo (as "A Patient"), Larney Goodkind (as "Ensemble"), Robert Gray (as "Ensemble"), Jack Harwood (as "A Policeman"), William Hunter (as "Ensemble"), Starr West Jones (as "Ensemble"), Arnold Korff (as "Dr. Marius"), George Lamar (as "Young Medical Corps Officer"), Elissa Landi (as "Iris Nordgren"), Jack Lescoulie (as "MacManus"), June Leslie (as "A Woman"), Alan Morrill (as "A Hotel Porter"), Edgar Murdock (as "Stretcher Bearer"), Joseph Olney (as "Another Waiter"), Theodore Paul (as "Ensemble"), William Robertson (as "Ensemble"), Samuel Roland (as "A Beggar"), Byron Russell (as "Old Medical Corps Officer"), Owen Russell (as "Ensemble"), C. Russell Sage (as "Another Patient"), Alice Sherbon (as "A Ballet Dancer"), Howard Sherman (as "Erik Nordgren, Jr."), Mildred Van Dorn (as "Anaesthetist"), Henry Vincent (as "A Servant"), Michael Visaroff (as "The Ballet Master"). Produced by B.P. Schulberg.

(1928) He acted in Vincent Lawrence's play, "In Love with Love," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.

(1928) He acted in the play, "The Bride," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Peggy Wood in the cast.

(1928) He acted in Kenyon Nicholson's play, "The Barker," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Henry Fonda in the cast.

(1928) He acted in the play, "Applesauce," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.


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