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(1919- 1933). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1919). Stage Play: Toot Sweet. Musical revue. Music by Richard A. Whiting [earliest Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Ray Egan [credited as Raymond B. Egan] (Broadway debut). Book by Will Morrissey. Musical Director: Hilding Anderson. Additional lyrics by Will Morrissey, Roy K. Moulton, Louis Bousquet and Al Bryan. Additional music by Will Morrissey, Roy K. Moulton and Camille Robert. Directed by Will Morrissey. Princess Theatre (moved to The Nora Bayes Theatre from 12 May 1919- close): 7 May 1919- 14 Jun 1919 (45 performances). Cast: Bess Arlington, Babe Bayer, May Boley, Elizabeth Brice, Lloyd Bruce, Wilma Bruce, Evelyn Downing, Cpl. Fenley, Norma Gallo, Alice Hascall, Lon Hascall, Virginia Lancier, Lieut. McPherson, Henrietta Merriman, Edward Miller, Harry Miller, Will Morrissey, Clarence Nordstrom, Thomas Penfold, Clarice Spaulding, Ruth Sterling, Mlle. Jeanette Tourneur, Sam Ward, Elsie Wheeler, Elsie Young. Produced by Will Morrissey.

(1920). Stage Play: Tip Top. Musical. Music by Ivan Caryll. Book by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside. Music orchestrated by William E. MacQuinn. Featuring songs by Richard A. Whiting, Fred Rose, Henry I. Marshall, Marion Sunshine, Ray Henderson, Louis Breau, Tom Brown and Jack Frost. Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry I. Marshall [final Broadway credit], Marion Sunshine, Ray Henderson, Louis Breau, Tom Brown, Ray Egan, Louis Harrison, Billy McCabe, Clarence Jennings and Jack Frost. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Choreographed by Charles Mast. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Cast: Phoebe Appleton (as "Chorus"), Cissie Bailey (as "Chorus"), Dan Baker (as "Lawyer Pussyfoot"), Tommy Bell (as "Charles Youngcat"), Marjorie Belle (as "Chorus"), May Blythe (as "Chorus"), Alfred Brown (as "Court Attendant/Specialty"), Billy Brown (as "Court Attendant/Specialty"), Fred Brown (as "Court Clerk/Specialty"), Harry C. Brown (as "Court Attendant/Specialty"), Tom Brown (as "Specialty"), Verne Brown (as "Court Attendant/Specialty"), Verna Burke (as "Chorus"), Dan Butler (as "Sharp"), Gladys Caldwell (as "Alice"), David Catlin (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Clark (as "Bertha"), Evelyn Conway (as "Chorus"), Kitty Conway (as "Chorus"), Lola Curtis (as "Chorus"), Peggy Dana (as "Chorus"), Kitty Dolan (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Duncan (as "Chorus"), Grace Duncan (as "Chorus"), Rosetta Duncan (as "Worse"), Vivian Duncan (as "Bad"), Marcelle Earle (as "Chorus"), Elsie Elwell (as "Chorus"), Martha Elwell (as "Chorus"), Eugene Ford (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Francis (as "Chorus"), Minnie Gray (as "Chorus"), Pauline Hall (as "Adele"), Lillian Harrington (as "Chorus"), Roy Hoyer (as "Lord Cyril Gower"), Bert Jordan (as "Lawyer Maltese/Smart"), Violet Little (as "Chorus"), Annie Lorraine (as "Chorus"), Anna Ludmila (as "Fairy Caprice/Specialty Dancer"), Betty Mack (as "Chorus"), Frances Margulies (as "Chorus"), Charles Mast (as "Lizzie Cowface"), Teresa McSpirit (as "Chorus"), Janet Megrew (as "Chorus"), Alida Middlecoat (as "Chorus"), Myrtle Miller (as "Chorus"), Gus Minton (as "I. Skinem"), Ursula O'Hare (as "Rosalie"), Dolly Pacy (as "Chorus"), Corabelle Platt (as "Chorus"), Oscar Ragland (as "Judge Tiger/Jonas Barker"), Leila Randall (as "Chorus"), Madge Reed (as "Chorus"), Helen Rich (as "Fairy Justicia"), Adelaide Robinson (as "Chorus"), Mona Sartoris (as "Chorus"), Marie Sewell (as "Nina"), Minnie Shaw (as "Chorus"), Dolly Stanley (as "Chorus"), Jet Stanley (as "Chorus"), Fred Stone (as "Tipton Topping"), Ethel Swettenham (as "Chorus"), Rosie Swettenham (as "Chorus"), Ray Talmadge (as "Sheriff"), Margaret Taylor (as "Chorus"), Dolly Thompson (as "Chorus"), Elsie Thompson (as "Chorus"), Peter Thompson (as "Chorus"), Rosa Thompson (as "Chorus"), Teresa Valerio (as "Jinia Jones"), Adeline Valero (as "Chorus"), Hettie Ward (as "Chorus"), Scott Welsh (as "Dick Derby"), Jessie Wharton (as "Chorus"), Gladys White (as "Chorus"), Lilyan White (as "Miss Puff/Chorus"), Ruth White (as "Chorus"), Princess White Deer (as "Wetonah"), Peggy Williams (as "Chorus"), Violet Zell (as "Judy"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1931)Broadway musical: "Free For All" Music by Richard A. Whiting Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II Opened at Manhattan Theater

(1932)Broadway musical: "Take A Chance" Music by Richard A. Whiting and Nacio Herb Brown Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Laurence Schwab Additional songs by Vincent Youmans Opened at the Apollo Theater

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