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(1913) Stage: Appeared (as "Bisco" / "Vestris"; Broadway debut) in "The Purple Road" on Broadway. Musical/operetta. Book / lyrics by Fred De Gresac and William Carey Duncan. Music by William Frederick Peters and Heinrich Reinhardt. Based on the original Viennese musical "Napoleon und die Frauen" by Heinrich Reinhardt. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Directed by Edward P. Temple and George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre (moved to The Casino Theatre from 16 Jun 1913-close): 7 Apr 1913-2 Aug 1913 (136 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher (as "The Empress Josephine"), Winnie Brandon, Elsie Braun, B. Brennan, Harrison Brockbank, Harriet Burt, Annabelle Dennison, Eva Fallon, William J. Ferguson, Harold H. Forde, Evelyn Grahme, Frank Grom, Horace J. Hain, Emilie Lea, Elsa Lynn, John Maddern, Edward Martindel, Elita Proctor Otis (as "Frau Stimmer"), Mabel Parmalee, Joseph Royer, Robert Smith, Vallie Valli, Jerome Van Norden, John Ward, Anna Wilkes. Produced by Joseph M. Gaites.

(1914) Stage: Appeared (as "Clarance") in "Dancing Around" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Harry Carroll. Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Music orchestrated by Oscar Radin and Frank Saddler. Music arranged by Melville Ellis. Additional music by Jack Judge and Jean Gilbert. Additional lyrics by Harry Williams. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman, H. Robert Law, George Williams and James Surridge. Train effect by Lincoln J. Carter and Thomas A. Morris. Costume Design by Melville Ellis. Lighting Design by Nick Kronyack. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Directed by James C. Huffman Winter Garden Theatre: 10 Oct 1914- 13 Feb 1915 (145 performances). Cast: Fred Bates, Rita Bates, Phil Branson, Eleanor Brown, Berti Burwell, Marie Caldwell, Dorothy Cameron, Hazel Cameron, Jack Carlton, Frank Carter, Jean Crane, Cecil Cunningham, Olive Dale, Aimee Dalmores, Jeanne Dare, Harry Davis, Mae Dealy, Ethel Dennison, Harland Dixon (as "Lt. Tommy"), Kitty Doner, Ted Doner, James Doyle, Bert Dunlap, Doris Easton, Melville Ellis, Verne Fitzpatrick, Earle Foxe (as "Lt. Robert"), Joy Gardner, Effie Graham, Bernard 'Bunny' Granville (as "Lt. Hartley"), Bessie Gray, Mabel Grete, Estelle Hadden, Agnes Hall, Grace Hall, Irwin N. Hardy, Ruth Heil, Olga Hempstone, Caroline Hennessy, Rita Hernbrook, Katherine Hill, Mabel Hill, Natalie Holt, Howard Johnson, Katherine Johnson, Al Jolson (as "Monsieur Jean / Gus"), Ethel Kinley, Margie Kivel, Gladys Lang, Fred Leslie, Lester Lewis, Helen Lorraine, Mildred Manning, Helen Marche, Ruth Maybee, Marion McDonald, Mary McDonald, Eileen Molyneux, Marion Mooney, Dorothy Moran, Lotta Morse, Dorothy Nita, Helen O'Day, Peter O'Neill, Georgia O'Ramey, Marjorie Palmer, Catherine Perry, Lee Phelps, Mai Poth, Queene Queenen, Dorothy Quinn, Harold A. Robe, Mary Robson, Violet Rochlitz, Clint Russell, James Simpson, Gladys Smith, Raymond Smith, Alice Van Ryker, La Vina, Al Walton, Lucy Weston, Peggy Whitney, Harry Wilcox, Genevieve Wilmont, Charles Wilson. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1915) Stage: Appeared in "Ned Wayburn's Town Topics" on Broadway. Musical comedy/revue. Music by Harold Orlob. Book by Harry B. Smith, Thomas J. Gray and Robert B. Smith. Lyrics by Thomas J. Gray and Robert B. Smith. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler. Musical Director: Hilding Andersson. Conceived by Ned Wayburn. Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law, John H. Young, Seidle Studio, Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Century Theatre: 23 Sep 1915-20 Nov 1915 (68 performances). Cast: Adelaide & Hughes (as "Performers"), Jacob P. Adler (as "Performer"), Everett Albin (as "Chorus"), Edna Alford (as "Chorus"), Effie Allan (as "Chorus"), Baby Barlett (as "Performer"), Fred Bates (as "Chorus"), Peggy Bell (as "Chorus"), Pearl Betts (as "Chorus"), Ethel Bletterman (as "Chorus"), Helen Bletterman (as "Chorus"), Monica Boulais (as "Chorus"), Rose Boulais (as "Chorus"), Cecil Boylan (as "Chorus"), Alma Braham (as "Chorus"), Bessie Burch (as "Chorus"), Harry Cahill (as "Chorus"), Bessie Calla (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Cameron (as "Performer"), Madeline Cameron (as "Performer"), Jennie Cannar (as "Chorus"), Douglas Carbrey (as "Performer"), John Carbrey (as "Performer"), George Cavanagh (as "Chorus"), Florence Challenger (as "Chorus"), Mildred Chandler (as "Chorus"), Eileen Clark (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Cort (as "Chorus"), Hazel Coulter (as "Chorus"), Wellington Cross (as "Performer"), James Curran (as "Chorus"), Barbara Davenport (as "Chorus"), Ethel Dennison (as "Chorus"), Millicent Earl (as "Chorus"), Alexander Edwards (as "Chorus"), Nealy Edwards (as "Performer"), Mabel Elaine (as "Performer"), Frank Ellis (as "Chorus"), John Ellis (as "Chorus"), Hazel Ellsworth (as "Chorus"), Edward Fitzgerald (as "Chorus"), Edward Flanagan (as "Performer"), Florence Flandreaux (as "Chorus"), James Fox (as "Performer"), Elaine French (as "Chorus"), Trixie Friganza (as "Performer"), Hazel Frisbie (as "Chorus"), Jane Gill (as "Chorus"), Mabel Godding (as "Chorus"), Alice Gordon (as "Chorus"), Helen Greenhall (as "Chorus"), Arthur Gross (as "Chorus"), Carl Hall (as "Chorus"), Eunice Hamilton (as "Chorus"), Elsie Hanneman (as "Chorus"), Ruth Harris (as "Chorus"), Laura Hastings (as "Chorus"), Lew Hearn (as "Performer"), Melville Henderson (as "Chorus"), Marjorie Herman (as "Chorus"), Natalie Holt (as "Chorus"), Winnie Hunter (as "Chorus"), Warren Jaxon (as "Chorus"), Grace Jones (as "Chorus"), Lois Josephine (as "Performer"), Fannie Kidston (as "Chorus"), Armand King (as "Chorus"), Marie Klein (as "Chorus"), John Kusky (as "Chorus"), Rose La Place (as "Chorus"), Marie Lavarre (as "Performer"), Flora Lea (as "Chorus"), Harriet Leidy (as "Chorus"), Lillian LeRoy (as "Chorus"), Bert Leslie (as "Performer"), Paula Leslie (as "Chorus"), Clarence Lutz (as "Chorus"), Gerald MacDonald (as "Chorus"), Connie Magnet (as "Chorus"), Charlotte Marmont (as "Chorus"), Joseph Marriott (as "Chorus"), Adelaide Mason (as "Chorus"), Vinna Mason (as "Chorus"), William Matthews (as "Chorus"), Adelaide McAvoy (as "Chorus"), Donald McAvoy (as "Chorus"), Hughes McAvoy (as "Chorus"), Charles McNally (as "Chorus"), Vera Mercer (as "Chorus"), Vera Michelena (as "Performer"), Eileen Molyneux (as "Performer"), James Monahan (as "Chorus"), Emily Monte (as "Chorus"), William Moran (as "Chorus"), Beth O'Sullivan (as "Chorus"), Peter Page (as "Performer"), Jacques Pardica (as "Chorus"), Stafford Pemberton (as "Performer"), Violet Prager (as "Chorus"), Jane Roberts (as "Chorus"), Will Rogers (as "Performer"), Gertrude Roland (as "Chorus"), Eileen Rooney (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Rosewood (as "Chorus"), Blossom Seeley (as "Performer"), Bessie Shannon (as "Chorus"), Esther Shannon (as "Chorus"), Heloise Sheppard (as "Chorus"), Gus Shy (as "Performer"), Eddie Sims (as "Chorus"), Cecile Stahl (as "Chorus"), Arthur Stapleton (as "Chorus"), Virginia Steinhardt (as "Chorus"), Isabel Taylor (as "Chorus"), W.B. Taylor (as "Chorus"), James Templeton (as "Chorus"), Ethel Tennis (as "Chorus"), Frances Thompson (as "Chorus"), Alberta Turner (as "Chorus"), Stanley Vickers (as "Chorus"), Clifton Webb (as "Performer"), Albert Wiser (as "Chorus"), Elsie Wolf (as "Chorus"), Lucille Wolf (as "Chorus"), Mana Zucca (as "Performer"). Produced by Ned Wayburn.

(1916) Stage: Appeared (as "Percy") in "See America First" on Broadway. Musical comedy/opera. Book by T. Lawrason Riggs. Music / lyrics by Cole Porter. Musical Direction by Clarence West. Choreographed by Edward Hutchinson and Theodore Kosloff. Costume Design by Homer Conant and Melville Ellis. Directed by J.H. Benrimo. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 28 Mar 1916-8 Apr 1916 (15 performances). Cast: Felix Adler (as "Chief Blood-in-His-Eye"), Bettina Best (as "American Bud"), Dorothie Bigelow (as "Polly Higgens"), Eric Block (as "Younger Son"), Jack Bohn (as "Younger Son"), Betty Brewster (as "Gwendolyn"), Lloyd Carpenter (as "Marmaduke"), Jeanne Cartier (as "Notonah" / "Dancer"), Robert Casey (as "Younger Son"), Irma Chase (as "American Bud"), Adele Christy (as "American Bud"), Ernest Clarke (as "Younger Son"), Edna Coigne (as "American Bud"), Ruth Darby (as "American Bud"), Henry Red Eagle (as "Lo, The Poor Indian"), Sam Edwards (as "Sen. Huggins"), John Goldsworthy (credited as John Heath Goldsworthy; as "Cecil"), Leo Gordon (as "Guy"), Algernon Grieg (as "Algernon"), Jack Hagner (as "Younger Son"), Helen Herendeen (as "American Bud"), Mary Howard (as "American Bud"), Roma June (as "Ethel"), Raymond Klages (as "Younger Son"; earliest Broadway credit), Margaret MacKenzie (as "American Bud"), Dorothy Mead (as "American Bud"), Gypsy O'Brien (as "Muriel"), Harry Pahl (as "Younger Son"), Clara Palmer (as "Sarah"), Lucine Paula (as "American Bud"), Daisy Rudd (as "American Bud"), Don Seaton (as "Younger Son"), Frank Shephard (as "Younger Son"), Perry C. Smith (as "Younger Son"), Jack Varnell (as "Younger Son"), William Warren (as "Younger Son"), Alice Yorke (as "American Bud"). Produced by Elisabeth Marbury.

(1917) Stage: Appeared (as "Alonzo Bird") in "Love o' Mike" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Thomas Sydney. Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler. Costume Design by Faibsey. Scenic Design by Robert McQuinn. Directed by J.H. Benrimo. Shubert Theatre (moved to Maxine Elliott's Theatre from 19 Mar 1917 to 30 Jun 1917 then moved to The Casino Theatre from 27 Aug 1917 to close): 15 Jan 1917-29 Sep 1917 (233 performances). Cast: George Baldwin, Jack Bohn, Helen Clarke, Lillian Devere (as "Mrs. Schmaltz"; final Broadway role), Alan Edwards, Luella Gear (as "Luella"), Gloria Goodwin, Rollin Grimes Jr., Lawrence Grossmith (as "Capt. Lord Michael Kildare"), George Hassell, Annie Lydiate, Allison McBain, Molly McIntyre, Leone Morgan, Hilda Pentland, Donald Roberts, Katherine Rogers, Quentin Todd, Vivian Wessell, Peggy Wood (as "Peggy"). Produced by Elisabeth Marbury and Lee Shubert.

(1918) Stage: Appeared (as "Jack Griffin") in "Listen Lester" on Broadway. Musical. Music by Harold Orlob. Book / lyrics by Harry Linsley Cort and George E. Stoddard. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law Studios. Costume Design by Hilarie Mahieu & Co. Directed by Robert Marks. Knickerbocker Theatre: 23 Dec 1918-16 Aug 1919 (272 performances/toward end of run production was suspended due to Actor's Equity Strike). Cast: Gertrude Bullock, Nina Calame, Lucille Constant, Margaret Curtiss, Johnny Dooley, Marguerite Francisco, Eddie Garvie, Agnes Hall, Grace Hall, Beth Hardy, Esther Ingham, Nella Kline, Adah Lewis (as "Mrs. Tillie Mumm"), Irma Marwick, Ruth Maybee, Florence McKenna, Mary Milburn, Yvette Reals, Dorothy Scott, Irene Smythe, Neida Snow, Jean Troupman, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Juana Ward, Ada Mae Weeks, Ethel Mae Whitely, Hansford Wilson, Helen Wynn. Produced by John Cort.

(1920) Stage: Appeared (as "Ki Ki" / "Mark Antony") in "As You Were" on Broadway. Revue. Music by Herman Darewski. Book / lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Additional music / lyrics by E. Ray Goetz (also producer), Melville Gideon and Cole Porter. Central Theatre: 27 Jan 1920-29 May 1920 (143 performances). Cast: Sam Bernard (as "Wolfie Wafflestein"), 'Irene Bordoni' (as "Gervaise"), Ninon de l'Esclos (as "Cleopatra"), Hugh Cameron (as "Chase Clews"), Ruth Donnelly (as "Ethel Nutt" / "Nicole"), Stanley Harrison (as "Cuthbert"), Frank Mayne (as "Prof. Filbert" / "De La Reynie" / "Louis" / "Comte de Belamy"), Violet Strathmore (as "A Marquis"), Virginia Watson (as "Pinkie Smith").

(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Jimmy Eustace") in "Jack and Jill" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Frederic S. Isham (based on his play) and Otto A. Harbach. Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach, John Murray Anderson and Augustus Barratt. Music by Augustus Barratt. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh and Stephen Jones. Additional music by Alfred Newman, William Daly, Muriel Pollock and Ivor Novello. Additional lyrics by Ivor Novello, Oliver Deering and Blanche Merrill. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos. Staged by John Murray Anderson. Directed by John Harwood. Globe Theatre: 22 Mar 1923-9 Jun 1923 (92 performances). Cast: Kathlyn Ardelle (as "Ensemble"), Jean Barney (as "Solo Singer"), Leon Barte (as "Solo Dancer"), 'Lina Basquette' (qv_ (as "The Maid" / "Solo Dancer"), Beth Beri (as "Phyllis Sisson" / "Solo Dancer"), Helene Blair (as "Solo Dancer"), Brenda Bond (as "Solo Singer"), Anna Buckley (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Burgette (as "A Descendant of Mary Ball"), Cynthia Cambridge (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Cavello (as "Ensemble"), America Chedister (as "Mrs. DePeyster Fish" / "Ensemble"), Joan Clement (as "Ensemble"), Anna Mae Clift (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Collenette (as "Solo Dancer"), Carlos Conte (as "The Footman"), Pauline Doria (as "Ensemble"), Elsa Doris (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Fish (as "Ensemble"), Ward Fox (as "Solo Dancer"), Alden Gay (as "Ensemble"), Eleanora Grover (as "Mrs. Foote" / "Ensemble"), Roger Imhof (as "Daniel Malone"), Brooke Johns (as "Donald Lee"), Leslie Joy (as "Solo Singer"), Eleanor Labelle (as "Ensemble"), Eileen Lawrie (as "Solo Singer"), Violet Lobell (as "Ensemble"), Edna Locke (as "Ensemble"), Donald MacDonald (as "Jack Andrews"), Nathalie Malowan (as "Solo Singer"), Geraldine Markham (as "Ensemble"), Kiki Maxwell (as "Corps de Ballet"), Gayle Mays (as "Solo Dancer"), Elizabeth North (as "Ensemble"), Nyoka-Nyoka (as "Solo Dancer"), Virginia O'Brien (as "Jill Malone"), Astrid Ohlson (as "Solo Singer"), Lester O'Keefe (as "Solo Singer"), Georgia O'Ramey (as "Mrs. Malone"), Metta Louise Orr (as "Mrs. Sylvester Jones"), Julia Parler (as "Corps de Ballet"), Lennox Pawle (as "Duke of Dippington"), Ann Pennington (as "Gloria Wayne"), Geneva Price (as "Corps de Ballet"), Russell Scott (as "(as "The Butler" / "Solo Singer"), Tarzanne (as "Ensemble"), Winifred Verina (as "Marcia Manners"), Doris Vinton (as "Corps de Ballet"), Claudius Webster (as "Solo Dancer"), Cricket Wooten (as "Corps de Ballet"). Produced by Chelsea Producing Corp.

(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Victor Staunton") in "Meet the Wife" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Lynn Starling [earliest Broadway credit] Klaw Theatre: 26 Nov 1923- un 1924 (232 performances). Cast: Charles Bloomer (as "William"), Humphrey Bogart (as "Gregory Brown"), Mary Boland (as "Gertrude Lennox"), Patricia Calvert (as "Alice"), Charles Dalton (as "Harvey Lennox"), Eleanor Griffith (as "Doris Bellamy"), Ernest Lawford (as "Philip Lord"). Produced by Stewart & French Inc.

(1924) Stage: Appeared (as "Eliot Phelps 3rd") in "Parasites" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Cosmo Hamilton. 39th Street Theatre: 19 Nov 1924-Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/54 performances). Cast: Theresa Maxwell Conover (as "Mrs. Clarence Drummond"), Max Figman (as "Clarence Drummond"), E.F. Hast, Cecil Humphreys (as "Langdon Pomeroy"), Francine Larrimore, Gypsy O'Brien (as "Lady Nina Chandos"), Franklin Pangborn (as "Felix Waterhouse"), Beatrice Swanson. Produced by Lee Shubert.

(1925) Stage: Appeared in "Sunny" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book / lyrics by Otto A. Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Jerome Kern. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Music arranged by Russell Bennett. Scenic Design / Costume Design by James Reynolds. Dances arranged by Julian Mitchell and Dave Bennett. Marilyn Miller's Hunt Ball dance arranged by Alexis Kosloff. Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails' dances arranged by Dorothy Tiller. Marilyn Miller's dances with Boys produced by Fred Astaire. Directed by Hassard Short. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Sep 1925-11 Dec 1926 (517 performances). Cast: Marilyn Miller, Charles Angelo, Alfred Arnold, Russell Ash, Jean Audree, William Bennett, Alice Brady, Mary Brady, Elmer Brown, Irving Carter, Gordon B. Clarke, Virginia Clark, Joan Clement, Vera Colburn, May Cornes, Miriam Crosby, Elizabeth Darling, Beatrice De Shaw, Frank Doane, Jack Donohue, Nellie Douglas, Dorothy Durland, Walter Fairmont, Jeanne Fonda, Paul Frawley, Dean Freeman, Helene Gardner, Eddie Graham, Pauline Hall, Louis Harrison, Mary Hay, Grace Holt, Esther Howard, Wensley Johnston, Ray Justus, Pert Kelton, Julia Lane, Myrtle Lane, Helen McDonald, Trude Marr, Lucy Monroe, Lee Moore, Roy Moore, Bill O'Donnell, Donald Oltrash, Elsa Peterson, Nickie Pittell, Elva Pomfret, Richard Renaud, Phyllis Reynolds, Leila Riley, Minard Roosa, Don Rowen, Rita Royce, William Scholar Jr., Iris Smith, Peggy Soden, Harry Spencer, Hilda Wynn Stanley, Jet Stanley, Louise Starck, Marshall D. Sullivan, Marion Swords, Ward Tallman, Ayres Tavitt, Norma Taylor, Billy Walsh, Maxine Wells, Ted Wenning, Doris Wentworth, James Wilson, Louis Yaeckel. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. NOTE: Filmed as Sunny (1941).

(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Clyde Parker, the author") in "She's My Baby" on Broadway. Musical comedy/farce. Book by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Special Augmented Orchestra under the direction of: Gene Salzer. Costume Design by Francillon Inc. and Raymond Sovey. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Choreographed by Mary Read. Directed by Edward Royce. Globe Theatre: 3 Jan 1928-3 Mar 1928 (71 performances). Cast: Beatrice Lillie (as "Tilly"), Paul Banker, James H. Beattie, Joan Clement (as "Joan"), May Cornes, Cleo Cullen, Peggy Cunningham, Evelyn Dehkes, Teddy Denton, Bernie Dirkes, Frank Doane (as "Mr. Hemingway, Martin's trustee"), Malcolm Duffield, Irene Dunne (as "Polly"), Pearl Eaton (as "Pearl"), Evelyn Ellsmore, Geraldine Fitzgerald (as "Ensemble"), William Frawley (as "Meadows"), Doreen Glover, Alfred Hale, Violet Hanbury, Muriel Hayman, Elsie Holt, Grace Holt, Topsy Humphries, Nick Long Jr. (as "The Dance Director"), Mary Louise, William McCarthy, Glenn McComas, Alfred Milano, Catherine Na Varro, Blanche O'Donohoe, Charlotte Otis, Jessie Payne, Phyllis Rae, Peti Reed, Lily Reilly, Anna Riley, Evelyn Sayers, Loretta Sayers, Georgie Sewell, Ula Sharon, William Sholar Jr., Iris Smith, Pearl Sodders, Peggy Sowden, Robert Spencer, Jack Stevens, Ward Tallman, Norma Taylor, George Vigouroux, Robert Vreeland, Florence Ware, Doris Waterworth, Hazel Webb (as "Ensemble"), Jack Whiting (as "Bob Martin"), Jill Williams, Vivian Wilson, Hilda Winstanley, Dorothy Wyatt. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Nat McNally") in "Treasure Girl" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Frederick A. Thomson and Vincent Lawrence. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Music by George Gershwin. Musical Director: Alfred Newman. Choreographed by Bobby Connolly. At the Pianos: Victor Arden and Phil Ohman. Alvin Theatre: 8 Nov 1928-5 Jan 1929 (68 performances). Cast: Florence Allen, Nitza Andre, Sidney Ayres, Charles Barron, Marcia Bell, Edwin Bidwell, Frank G. Bond, Claire Carroll, Jean Carroll, Walter Catlett (as "Larry Hopkins"), Betty Clark, Peggy Conklin, Cleo Cullen, Constance Cummings, Norman Curtis, Eugene Day, Dotte DeSykva, John Dunsmure, Kathleen Edwardes, Evelyn Farrell, Stephen Francis, Virginia Franck, Paul Frawley, Sherry Gale, E.M. Gall, Victor Garland, Regis Geary, Bob Gebhardt, Ferris Hartman, Mary Hay, Thomas Hodges, Alma Hookey, Edward Humbert, Joyce Johnson, Dorothy Jordan, Richard Keith, Adrienne Lampel, Gertrude Lawrence, William L. Mack, Lionel MacLyn (as "Ensemble"), Helen Mann, Vida Manuel, Frances Markey, Mabel Martin, Isobel Mason, Pauline Mason, Ethel Maye, John McAvoy, Billy McCarver, Gertrude McDonald, Anabel McMann, Maureen McNeil, Lillian Michel, Jack Morton, Alfonso Mullarkey, Elsie Neal, Wilma Novak, Daniel O'Brien, Peggy O'Neill, Tony Otto, Ruth Penery, Edwin Preble, Peggy Quinn, Alli Raddigan, Marvyne Ray, Fritz Reinhard, Wilma Roeloff, W. Kenneth Shepard, Helen Sills, Sam Simpson, Kay Smythe, Florence Spink, Jack Stevens, Jacques Stone, Gwendolyn Vernon, Betty Vine, Sims Walker, Beryl Wallace, Walter Wandell, Betty Wright. Produced by Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedley.

(1929) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Show" on Broadway, Musical revue. Songs primarily by Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz. Sketches by George S. Kaufman, Fred Allen, Newman Levy, Marya Mannes, Earle Crooker, Paul James, Kay Swift and Grace Henry. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Dwight Wiman. Music Box Theatre: 30 Apr 1929-Feb 1930 (closing date unknown/321 performances). Cast: Fred Allen, Libby Holman, Bettina Hall, Erik Rhodes, Constance Cummings, Portland Hoffa with duo-piano accompaniment by Adam Carroll and Ralph Rainger. Produced by William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman. Produced in association with Tom Weatherly. NOTE: Libby sang "Moanin' Low." Show was a major hit of the 1929 Broadway season, propelling Mr. Webb and Miss Holman into top-ranked Broadway stars.

(1930) Stage: Appeared in "Three's a Crowd" on Broadway Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Material / lyrics by Howard Dietz. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Lighting Design by Hassard Short (also director). With sketches by Groucho Marx Fred Allen, William B. Miles, Laurence Schwab, Corey Ford, Arthur Sheekman and Hazel Flynn. Selwyn Theatre: 15 Oct 1930-Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/272 performances). Cast: Fred Allen, Joan Clement, Marybeth Conoly, Wally Coyle, Rene Du Plessis, Tamara Geva, Portland Hoffa, Libby Holman, Alan Jones, Parcy Launders, Margaret Lee, Fred MacMurray (as one of 'The California Collegians"), Harold Moffet, Herb Montei, Earl Oxford, Amy Revere, Lou Wood. Produced by Max Gordon. NOTE: Show was one of the biggest hits of the dismal 1930-31 season, closing after 272 performances in June, 1931. Historically significant as introducing balcony spotlighting instead of footlights, a technique soon adopted universally on Broadway.

(1932) Stage: Appeared in "Flying Colors" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music / lyrics / book by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz (also director). "On the American Plan" written in collaboration with George S. Kaufman. "Bon Voyage" and "The Salesman" written in collaboration with Corey Ford. "Lost in the Crowd" written in collaboration with Charles Sherman. Dances / Ensembles staged by Albertina Rasch. Scenic / Lighting Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Costume Design by Constance Ripley. Imperial Theatre: 15 Sep 1932-25 Jan 1933 (188 performances). Cast: Charles Butterworth, Tamara Geva, Patsy Kelly, Larry Adler, Alfreda Allman, June Blossom, Vera Bracken, Elsie Burrows, Phyllis Cameron, Helen Carrington, Janet Carver, Florence Chumbecos, Imogene Coca, Lucille Cole, Aida Conkey, Muriel Cook, Leonore Cox, Maxine Darrow, Mildred Davenport, Dorothy Dodd, Nancy Dolin, Lillian Duncan, Enez Early, Buddy Ebsen, Vilma Ebsen, Lloyd Ericson, Jackie Godfreyer, Ruth Gormley, Wilhelmina Gray, Consuello Harris, Bobby Johns, David Johns, George Kirk, Katherine Laughlin, Philip Loeb, George Magis, Irene McBride, William Miley, Evelyn Monte, Monette Moore, Katherine Mullowny, Frances Nevins, Myrtle Quinland, George Raymond, Carol Renwick, Wilma Roeloff, Jean Sargent, Morrie Siegel, Dolores Townsend, Rosalie Trego, Albertina Vitak, John Walsh, Elida Webb, Teddy West, Dora White, Virginia Whitmore, Jay Wilson, Lucille Wilson, Billie Yarbo. Produced by Max Gordon.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Douglas Fairbanks Jr" / "Mahatma Ghandi" / "Mons. Peppiton" / "Henry Perlmutter" / "John D. Rockefeller, Sr.") in "As Thousands Cheer" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music / lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Moss Hart. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Adolph Deutsch, Frank Tours, Ed Powell, Russell Wooding and Helmy Kresa. Choreographed by Charles Weidman. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey. Directed by Hassard Short. Music Box Theatre: 30 Sep 1933-8 Sep 1934 (400 performances). Cast: Helen Broderick (as "Mrs. Andrews" / "Mrs. Hoover" / "Majestic Sails at Midnight" Singer / "Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr." / "Mrs. Williams" / "Aimee Semple MacPherson" / "Mrs. Fisher" / "Queen Mary"), Marilyn Miller, Ethel Waters (as "Ella" / "Josephine Baker"), Leslie Adams, Helen Bache, Jack Barnes, Jeanette Bradley, Robert Castaine, Debby Coleman, Peggy Cornell, Jerome Cowan (as "Editor" / "Second Reporter" / "Majestic Sails at Midnight" Singer), Arthur Craig, Dorothy Dodd, Elsie Duffy, Helen Ericson, Hal Forde (as "Langley"), Robert Gorham, Thomas Hamilton, Hamtree Harrington, Jay Hunter, Letitia Ide, Harry Joyce, Jose Limon, Katherine Litz, William Matons, Fred Mayon, Irene McBride, Katherine Mulowney, Jeanette Mundell, Harry Murray (as "Prince DeLuneville" / "First Reporter" / "Camera Man" / "Second Bellboy"), Chester O'Brien, Mortimer O'Brien, John Perkins, Paul Pierce, Margaret Sande, Toni Sorel, Harry Stockwell, Ward Tallmon, Lucille Taylor, Harold Voeth, Jack Voeth, Elsa Walbridge, Teddy West, Paula Yasqour. Produced by Sam Harris.

(1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Overton Morrell") in "And Stars Remain" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 12 Oct 1936-Nov 1936 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Richard Barbee (as "Perry Feible"), Helen Gahagan, Suzanne Jackson, Edgar Kent (as "Nichols"), Claudia Morgan, Charles Richman, Mary Sargent, Ben Smith. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1938) Stage: Appeared in "You Never Know" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / lyrics by Cole Porter. Book by Rowland Leigh (also director). Based on the play "By Candlelight" by Siegfried Geyer. Adapted from the Viennese operetta "Bei Kerzenleicht" by Robert Katscher and Karl Farkas. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Additional orchestrations by Don Walker, Maurice De Packh and Minati Salta. Additional lyrics by Rowland Leigh, Edwin Gilbert and Robert Katscher. Additional music by Alexander Fogarty and Dana Suesse. Musical Director: John McManus. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Winter Garden: 21 Sep 1938-26 Nov 1938 (78 performances). Cast: Libby Holman, Rex O'Malley, Lupe Velez, Toby Wing. NOTE: Despite the seemingly sure-fire talent involved, the show was poorly reviewed and proved a test of wills between Holman (a close personal friend of Webb) and Velez, who despised each other. Webb flatly refused to consider touring with the production after it closed on Broadway. Also notable as the play Cole Porter was working on when he suffered a devastating leg injury (ultimately requiring amputation after numerous operations) while riding horseback.

(1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Garry Essendine") in "Present Laughter" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Castillo and Sylvia Saal. Directed / produced by John C. Wilson. Plymouth Theatre: 29 Oct 1946-15 Mar 1947 (158 performances). Cast: Cris Alexander, Robin Craven, Doris Dalton, Leonore Harris, Marta Linden (as "Joanna Lyppiatt"; Broadway debut), Gordon Mills, Grace Mills, Jan Sterling (as "Daphne Stillington"), Aidan Turner, Evelyn Varden.

(1939) Stage: Appeared (as "John Worthing, J.P. of the Manor House, Woolton, Hertfordshire") in "The Importance of Being Earnest" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Oscar Wilde. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Estelle Winwood. Vanderbilt Theatre: 12 Jan 1939-Mar 1939 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Hope Williams (as "Miss Prism, Miss Cardew's governess"), Estelle Winwood (as "Lady Bracknell"), A.G. Andrews (as "Merriman, butler to Mr. Worthing"), Ainsworth Arnold (as "Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D., Rector of Woolton"), Florence McGee (as "Cecily Cardew, John Worthing's ward"), Guy Spaull (as "Lane, Mr. Moncrieff's man-servant"), Helen Trenholme (as "Hon. Gwendolyn Fairfax, Lady Bracknell's daughter"), Derek Williams (as "Algernon Moncrieff"). Produced by Richard Aldrich and Richard Meyers. Produced in association with Albert Tarbell.

(1943) Stage: Appeared (as "Charles") in "Blithe Spirit" on Broadway. Comedy/farce (return engagement). Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbett from Mainbocher. Wigs by Alfred Barris. Mr. Webb's clothes by Tony Williams. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbelt from Mainbocher. Produced and directed by John C. Wilson. Morosco Theatre: 6 Sep 1943-2 Oct 1943 (32 performances). Cast: Valerie Cossart (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Doreen Lang (as "Edith"), Mildred Natwick (as "Madame Arcati"), Haila Stoddard (as "Elvira"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Bradman"), Peggy Wood (as "Ruth").

(1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Charles") in "Blithe Spirit" on Broadway. Comedy/farce. Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbett from Mainbocher. Wigs by Alfred Barris. Mr. Webb's clothes by Tony Williams. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbelt from Mainbocher. Directed by John C. Wilson. Morosco Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre from 18 May 1942-close): 5 Nov 1941- 5 Jun 1943 (657 performances). Cast: Leonora Corbett (as "Elvira"), Mildred Natwick (as "Madame Arcati"), Peggy Wood (as "Ruth"), Jacqueline Clarke (as "Edith"), Phyllis Joyce (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Bradman"). Replacement actors: Valerie Cossart (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Doreen Lang (as "Edith"). Produced by John C. Wilson.

(8/16/22-10/22) Stage: Appeared in Henri Christiné's play, "Phi-Phi," at the London Pavilion in London, England, with June, Stanley Lupino, Arthur Roberts, Jay Laurier and Evelyn Laye in the cast.

(10/29/34) Stage: Appeared in Irving Berlin and Moss Hart's musical, "As Thousands Cheer," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Ethel Waters in the cast.

(3/10/41) Stage: Appeared in George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's play, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.

(12/6/43) Stage: Appeared in Noël Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Peggy Wood in the cast.

(????) Stage: Appeared (as "Charles") in "Blithe Spirit" by Noël Coward. Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles, CA.

(July 3, 1940) He acted in George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins' play, "Burlesque," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Libby Holman in the cast.

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