Harry Davenport Poster

Other Works

  • (1894 - 1935) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1894) Stage Play: The Voyage of Suzette. Musical. American Theatre: Unknown production dates. Cast: Harry Davenport [Broadway debut], Maxine Elliott.
  • (1895) Stage Play: Puddin' Head Wilson. Melodrama. Based on a story by Mark Twain, adapted by Frank Mayo. Herald Square Theatre: 15 Apr 1895- May 1895 (closing date unknown/unknown performances). Cast: E.L. Davenport, Harry Davenport, E.J. Hanley, Adolph Klauber [Broadway debut], Lucille LaVerne, Frank Mayo, Mary Shaw.
  • (1897) Stage Play: The Belle of New York. Musical comedy. Libretto by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustav Kerker. Musical Director: Gustav Kerker. Choreographed by Augusto Francioli. Directed by George W. Lederer. Casino Theatre (on hiatus from 14 Nov 1897- 19 Dec 1897): 28 Sep 1897- 26 Dec 1897 (64 performances). Cast: La Petite Adelaide (as "Dance Specialty"), Anna Baldarsara (as "Chorus"), Harriet Bond (as "Gladys Glee"), William Cameron (as "Blinky Bill McGuirk"), Crissie Carlisle (as "Birdie Seed"), Dan Daly (as "Ichabod Bronson"), Ada Dare Cora (as "Angelique"), Bettie Dauble (as "Chorus"), Harry Davenport (as "Harry Bronson"), Harry Dodd (as "Mr. Twiddles"), Ida Doerge (as "Chorus"), Paula Edwards (as "Mamie Clancy"), Agnes Enright (as "Chorus"), George K. Fortescue (as "Doc Snifkins"), Marie George (as "Kissie Fitzgarter"), Winfred Goff (as "Billie Breeze"), Mollie Hoffman (as "Chorus"), Venie Hoffman (as "Chorus"), Sylvia Holte (as "Dorothy June"), Mabelle Howe (as "Marjorie May/Little Miss Flirt"), May Knight (as "Chorus"), Lionel Lawrence (as "Fricot/Mr. Snooper/Ah Bung"), Helen Lord (as "Myrtle Mince"), L.T. MacDonald (as "Mr. Peeper"), Edna May (as "Violet Gray"), Clarice Middleton (as "Chorus"), Phyllis Rankin (as "Fifi Fricot"), Maud Robinson (as "Chorus"), Babette Rodney (as "Pansy Pinns"), George A. Schiller (as "Kenneth Mugg"), John Slavin (as "Count Ratsi Rattatoo") [Broadway debut], William Sloan Count Patsi Rattatoo"), Marie Steinberg (as "Chorus"), Minnie Varrell (as "Mrs. Snuffy"), Austin Walsh (as "William/Mr. Snuffy"), David Warfield (as "Karl von Pumpernick"), Laura Witt (as "Chorus"), Rose Witt (as "Queenie Cake"), Sophie Witt (as "Chorus"). Produced by George W. Lederer.
  • (1899) Stage Play: In Gay Paree. Musical comedy. Music by Ludwig Englander. Book by Clay M. Greene. Lyrics by Grant Stewart. Musical Director: Herman Perlet. Directed by Ben Teal. Casino Theatre: 20 Mar 1899- 29 Apr 1899 (40 performances). Cast: George Beane (as "Eucevious Bartavel"), Lilly Brink (as "First Peasant Girl"), Thomas Collins (as "Vitevite"), Robert F. Cotton, Harry Davenport, Madge Dean (as "Second Peasant Girl Charles Dickson (as "Hector von Donnerblitz"), Susie Drake (as "Melanie"), Samuel Edwards (as "Canuchet"), Jane English (as "First Vine Dresser"), Perkins Fisher (as "Joseph"), Marie George (as "Denise"), Mabelle Gilman (as "Louisette Gireaud"), Violet Holmes (as "Specialty"), Alice Hosmer (as "Ludovica Bartavel"), Harry Kittredge (as "Simon"), Lillian Lester (as "Second Vine Dresser"), Emma Levy (as "Fanchette"), Joseph Marston (as "Commissary of Police"), Anthony Sullivan (as "Logerot"), Edward D. Tyler (as "Theodore Lacour"), Margaret Warren (as "Emilie Bartavel"), Thomas E. Whitbread (as "Station Master"). Produced by George W. Lederer.
  • (1899) Stage Play: The Rounders. Musical comedy. Music by Ludwig Englander. Material adaption by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Based on the libretto to "Les Fetards" by Anthony Mars and Maurice Hennequin. Musical Director: Antonio DeNovellis. Directed by Max Freeman. Casino Theatre: 12 Jul 1899- 14 Oct 1899 (97 performances). Cast: Irene Bentley (as "Angelique"), Crissie Carlisle (as "La Paloma"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Siegfried Gotterdammerung"), Henri Chaille (as "The Bathing Master"), Pauline Chase (as "Rosine") [Broadway debut], Harry Clifford (as "Gustave"), Tom Collins (as "Snitz"), Dan Daly (as "Duke du Paty de Clam"), Harry Davenport (as "Marquis de Bacarat"), Susie Drake (as "Adele Vere de Vere"), Arthur Etherington (as "Fritz"), Avis Folger, Zella Frank (as "Call Boy"), Max Freeman (as "Joseph"), Marie George (as "Stella Giltedge"), Mabelle Gilman (as "Priscilla"), Horace Hayne (as "Littz"), Joseph Kane (as "Blitz"), Eva Kelly (as "Jolivet"), Gustave Key (as "Ritz"), Cora Leslie (as "Octavine"), Carrie Perkins (as "Madame Seraphine"), Phyllis Rankin (as "Thea"), Ida Rock (as "Gaston"), Mabel Russell (as "Celestine"), Seline Say (as "Honore"), Thomas Q. Seabrooke (as "Maginnis Pasha"), Sol Solomon (as "Schlitz"), Grace Spencer, Frederick Urban (as " A First Nighter"), Margaret Warren (as "Fanchonette"), Nella Webb (as "Florentine"). Produced by George W. Lederer.
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Girl from up There. Musical-comedy. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Herald Square Theatre: 7 Jan 1901- 30 Mar 1901 (96 performances). As "Bertie Tappertit." Cast included: Charles T, Aldrich, Arie Allen, Edna Aug, Vivian Austin, Harry Conor, Fred Stone, Neila Webb. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Liberty Belles. Musical comedy. Hoyt's Theatre (moved to the Grand Opera House on 19 Jan 1902- close): 30 Sep 1901- Jan 1902 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: Edith Barr, Crissie Carlisle, Pauline Chase, Harry Davenport (as "Jack Everleigh"), Lotta Faust, Elsie Ferguson (as "Maria Morris"), Harry Gilfoil (as "Uncle Jasper Pennyfeather"), Augusta Glose (as "Virginia Dean"), Edna Hunter (as "Daisy Field"), Violet Jewell (as "Laura Carroll"), Grace Kimball (as "Edith May"), Dorothy Lester (as "Ruth Leslie"), Helene Lucas (as "Juana Gomez"), D. Mack Lumsden (as "Peterson"), Esther Lyons (as "Celia Brown"), J.C. Marlowe (as "Captain Hiram Ketcham"), Louise Middleton (as "Elaine Tennyson"), Sandol Milliken (as "Dorothy Grey"), Marie Murphy (as "Omyama San"), Edward Pooley (as "Thomas"), Katherine Roberts (as "Priscilla Penn"), John Slavin (as "Phil Fullerton"), Laura Stone (as Ada Randolph"), Marie Tuohey (as "Gladys Somers"), Margaret Walker (as "Mildred Ross"), L.D. Wharton (as "Kiley"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1902) Stage Play: The Defender. Musical. Music by Charles Dennee. Lyrics by Allen Lowe. Based on material by Allen Lowe. Musical Director: George P. Towle. Additional music by Andy Louis and George Evans. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ren Shields. Directed by Frank Smithson. Herald Square Theatre: 3 Jul 1902- 23 Aug 1902 (60 performances). As "Sir Thomas Ceylon Teaton." Cast: George Alison, Aimee Ashmore, Florence Averell, Emma Carus, Alexander Clark, Gilbert Clayton, Paula Edwardes, Peggy Edwardes, Edith Eldridge, Effie Halsey, Mayme Kelso, Norma Lille, Richie Ling, Sandol Milliken, Harry Murray, Kitty Pope, Blanche Ring, Grace Spencer, Violet Staley, Eleanore Telford, Gordon Tomkins, Charles Wayne, Joe Worthington. Produced by A.H. Chamberlyn.
  • (1902) Stage Play: A Country Mouse. Written by Arthur Law. Savoy Theatre: 6 Oct 1902- Dec 1902 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Undetermined role. Cast included: Ethel Barrymore, Hugo Goldsmith, May Lambert. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1903) Stage Play: The Girl From Kay's. Musical. Music by Ivan Caryll. Additional numbers by Clare Kummer, Maurice J. Stonehill, Paul Rubens, Adrian Ross, Claude Aveling, J. Hickory Wood, Howard Talbot, Percy Greenbank, Bernard Rolt, Cecil Cook, Ernest Bucalossi and A.D. Cammeyer. Book by Owen Hall. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Herald Square Theatre (moved to the Grand Opera House on undetermined date to close): 2 Nov 1903- Mar 1905 (closing date unknown/231 performances). Cast: Elise Barney, Sam Bernard, Vera Cameron, Mabel Clarke, Harry Davenport (as "Harry Gordon"), Paul Decker, Belva Don Kersley, Marie Doro, Teddie DuCoe, Grace Dudley, Elsie Ferguson, Grace Freeman, Maude Granger, Homer Granville, May Harding, Leonore Harris, Emil Heusel, Ernest Lambart, Maurice Lavigne, Margaret Malcolm, Sadie Peters, Lillian Seville, Winchell Smith, George R. Sprague, Olive Ulrich, Hattie Williams, Blanche Wood. Produced by Charles Frohman and George Edwardes.
  • (1904) Stage Play: Yvette. Written by Pierre Berton. Book adapted by Cosmo Gordon Lennox. Knickerbocker Theatre: 13 May 1904 (1 performance). Cast: Rosalind Coghlan, Harry Davenport, Paul Decker, Ralph Delmore, Dorothy Dorr, Arthur Elliott, Maud Granger, Margaret Illington, Claire Kulp, Ernest Lambart, Jeffreys Lewis, Bruce McRae, Robert McWade, Kate Pattison Selton, Tyrone Power Sr., Morton Selten [credited as Morton Selton]. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1904) Stage Play: It Happened in Nordland. Musical comedy. Music by Victor Herbert. Book by Glen MacDonough. Lyrics by Glen MacDonough. Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Lew M. Fields Theatre (5 Dec 1904- 29 Apr 1905, then went on hiatus until resuming there 31 Aug 1905- close): 5 Dec 1904- 25 Nov 1905 (254 performances). Cast: Indiola Arnold (as "Ethylle"), Maida Athens (as "Vyvienne"), Georgia Baron (as "Colonel of the Army of Nordland/Chorus"), Edna Birch, Alfred Borneman (as "King Leopold of Belgium"), William Burress (as "Dr. Popoff/Captain Gatling"), Marie Cahill (as "Katherine Peepfogle"), Josephine Carlin (as "Gladys"), Adah Carlyle, Joseph Carroll (as "Captain Slivowitz"), Mattie Chapin, May Chapin, Bessie Clayton (as "Parthenia Schmitt"), Jeanne Crane, Jessie Crane, Jean d'Albert (as "Boris"), Harry Davenport (as "Prince George of Nebula"), Franklin Deland (as "Cook's Tourist Conductor"), Paula Desmond, George V. Dill (as "Corporal"), Fanny Dupre, Frederick Fair (as "King Edward of England "), Barbara Farres, Grace Field (as "Chorus"), Ruthita Field, Lew Fields (as "Hubert"), Harry Fisher (as "Baron Sparta"), Harriet Forsythe (as "Sylvia"), Carolyn Fostelle, Pauline Frederick (as "Miss Hicks/Countess Pokota"), Emily Fulton, Ethel Gilmore, Mabel Gilmore, Ray Gilmore, Rosemary Glosz, Charles Gotthold (as "Hugo von Armin"), Gertrude Grant, Jack Hall (as "Fauncey Betrue"), Joseph Herbert (as "The Duke of Toxen"), May Hickey, Katherine Howland (as "General of the Army of Nordland/Chorus"), Amalie Karle, Elba Kenny, Frankie Lee, May Leslie, Walter Lindberg, Hattie Lorraine, Loretta MacDonald, Diva Marolda, Maud Mills, Edmund Mortimer, May Naudain, Herman Noble, Billie Norton, Frank O'Neill, Charlotte Palmer, Susanne Parker, Clara Pitt, Harriet Raymond, Jessie Richmond, May Robson (as "Princess Aline"), R.W. Rosemire, Julius Steger, Marie Troy, W.C. Van Brunt, Dorothy Watson, Parvin White, Minnie Whitmore, Ocie Williams, Elizabeth Young. Produced by Hamlin, Mitchell and Fields.
  • (1909) Stage Play: On the Eve. Written by Martha Morton. Based on the German of Leopold Kampf. Hudson Theatre: 4 Oct 1909- Oct 1909 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Minna Adelman, William Bolger, Edwin Brandt, Harry Davenport, Maurice Franklin, James Grady, Rene Grau, Louis Haines, Frank Keenan, Frederick Lewis, Beatrice Prentice, Joseph Rawley, Robert Reese, Hedwiga Reicher [Broadway debut], Crosman Sedley-Brown. Produced by Henry B. Harris.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Next of Kin. Written by Charles Klein. Hudson Theatre: 27 Dec 1909- Jan 1910 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Minna Adelman, Harry Davenport, Wallace Eddinger, Maggie Fielding, Maurice Franklin, Agnes Marc, Grant Mitchell, Edwin W. Morrison, Frederick Perry, Hedwiga Reicher, Anita Rothe, Frank Sheridan, Fred W. Strong, Alice Wilson, George A. Wright. Produced by Henry B. Harris.
  • (1910) Stage Play: Children of Destiny. Written and directed by Sydney Rosenfeld. Savoy Theatre: 21 Feb 1910- Mar 1910 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Ida Darling, Harry Davenport, Dorothy Dorr, Theordore Friebus, Laura Nelson Hall, Helen Hilton, Orrin Johnson, Virginia Pearson, Frank Reicher, Frederick Truesdell, George W. Wright.
  • (1912) Stage Play: My Best Girl. Musical. Book by Channing Pollock, Rennold Wolf. Lyrics by Channing Pollock, Rennold Wolf. Music by Clifton Crawford, Augustus Barratt. Directed by Sydney Ellison. Park Theatre: 12 Sep 1912- 9 Nov 1912 (68 performances). Cast: Anna Abbott (as "Chorus"), Albert Baron (as "Chorus"), Louis Baum (as "A Sergeant"), Frank Belcher (as "Gus Bludge"), Bessie Bell (as "Grace Carr"), Pam Boise (as "Chorus"), Jean Brae (as "Chorus"), Marie Brandon (as "Chorus"), Harriet Burt (as "Daphne Follette"), Viola Cain (as "Chorus"), Lee Carriere (as "Chorus"), David Christy (as "Chorus"), Clifton Crawford (as "Richard Venderfleet"), Ruth Crawford (as "Chorus"), Harry Davenport (as "Colonel Wellington Bollivar"), Adele Davidson (as "Chorus"), G.A. Dolan (as "Chorus"), Florence Edney (as "Mrs. Wellington Bollivar"), Harry Fairleigh (as "Captain Robert Denton"), Irving Finn (as "Chorus"), Antoinette Fisher (as "Chorus"), Edna Fitzhugh (as "Chorus"), Jack Fitzhugh (as "Chorus"), John Fitzhugh (as "Private Stuart"), Katherine Foster (as "Chorus"), Harrison Garrett (as "Harry Perkins"), Jack Gibson (as "Chorus"), Mildred Goodyear (as "Chorus"), Fred Guertier (as "Chorus"), Catherine Halstone (as "Chorus"), Raymond Hancock (as "Chorus"), Madge Harman (as "Chorus"), John Hendricks, Minnie Higgins (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Hitchens (as "Chorus"), Rose Huber (as "Chorus"), Annette Jordan (as "Chorus"), Harriet Kendall (as "Chorus"), Aileen Leftwich (as "Chorus"), William Leonard (as "Chorus"), Paula Leslie (as "Chorus"), Rose Leslie (as "Chorus"), Maurice Levov (as "Chorus"), Willard Louis (as "Tommy Langham"), Violet Mack (as "Chorus"), O. John Markle (as "Chorus"), Eileene Marshall (as "Gwendoline Le Monde/Chorus"), Vinna Mason (as "Chorus"), Betty Meers (as "Chorus"), M. Miller (as "Chorus"), Marion Mosby (as "Chorus"), Edwin Nicander (as "Samuel Brown"), James O'Neill (as "Police Officer"), Jack Potter (as "Police Officer"), Libby Rae (as "Chorus"), Helen Randolph (as "Chorus"), Hazel Robertson (as "Chorus"), Vivian Rogers (as "Chorus"), Sallie Ronayne (as "Chorus"), Ethel Russell (as "Chorus"), Natalie Saymore (as "Chorus"), Sis Sheldon (as "Chorus"), Frank Silberman (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Smith (as "Chorus"), Jack Squire (as "Chorus"), Rita Stanwood (as "Dora Lane"), Katherine Stossel (as "Chorus"), Dick Stuart (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Thurston (as "Chorus"), Olive Ulrich (as "Beatrice"), Margaret Vinton (as "Chorus"), Coralinn Waide (as "The Little Stranger"), Robert Waite (as "Chorus"), Charles E. Walt (as "Chorus"), Meta Weidlich (as "Chorus"), Betty White (as "Chorus"). Produced by The Estate of Henry B. Harris.
  • (1914) Stage Play: Sari. Musical operetta. Based on a book by Julius Wilhelm and Fitz Greenbaum with an adaptation by Catherine Chisholm Cushing and E.P. Heath. Liberty Theatre (moved to the New Amsterdam Theatre on 13 Apr 1914- close): 13 Jan 1914- 23 May 1914 (151 performances). As "Cadeaux." Cast included: Eva Ball, Blanche Duffield, Karl Stall.
  • (1914) Stage Play: The Dancing Duchess. Musical comedy. Book by C.V. Kerr and R.H. Burnside. Music by Milton Lusk. Lyrics by C.V. Kerr and R.H. Burnside. Choreographed by Vera Maxwell and Wallace McCutcheon. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Casino Theatre: 19 Aug 1914- 29 Aug 1914 (13 performances). Cast: Ella Alexander, Helen Ames, Rose Baraban, Bertha Bemidette, Patricia Berrian, Grace Bird, Dane Bogart, Lorraine Bright, William Burress (as "Adolphus Spiggott"), Poney Cantor, Nellie Castleman, Marjorie Cook, Harry Davenport (as "Max Tokay"), Florence Dean, Jack Dillon, R.M. Dolliver, Manny Duprez, James Egan, Eugene Elliott, T. Fast, Irving Finn, Goldie Foley, Elaine French, Iris Gilbert, John Heath Goldsworthy, Betty Grant, Helen Guarino, Nella Hadley, G. Hall, Laura Hamilton, Eva Hanthorpe, Otis Harlan (as "Richter"), Mabel Hill, John Hyams, Dorothy Jardon, H. Johnson, Kathryn Johnson, Fannie Kidston, I. Lavitt, Adah Baker Lewis, H. Lind, Helen Longfellow, Leila McIntyre, Evelyn Mitchell, Helen Mordecai, Helen O'Dea, Dixie O'Neil, Peter O'Neill, Fred Osborn, Mary Peyton, Lee Phelps, Carl Porter, Clarence Rockwell, Harry Rose, Fred Russell, Frances Sherman, Bertha Siple, Mark Smith, Jack Story, Harry Sulken. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Inner Man. Written by Abraham Schomer. Lyric Theatre (moved to the Cort Theatre on 3 Sep 1917- close): 13 Aug 1917- unknown (48 performances). Cast: William Balfour, Harry Davenport (as "Hon. Wm. Elvin"), Fred Esmelton (as "Hon. James Brooks), Maude Hanaford, Grace Henderson, Julie Herne, Wilton Lackaye (as "Dick Bolger"), Thomas A. Magrane, Albert Prisco, George Rand, Lillian Rith, Ray L. Royce, Antonio Salerno, Charles A. Stevenson, Charles White. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1918) Stage Play: The Squab Farm. Written by Frederic Hatton and Fanny Hatton. Bijou Theatre: 13 Mar 1918- Apr 1918 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Bert Angeles, Tallulah Bankhead, Raymond Bloomer, Julia Bruns, Harry Davenport, Alfred Dayton, Florence Doyle, William L. Gibson, Fred Kaufman, Dorothy Klewer, Vivian Rushmore, Charles M. Seay, Lowell Sherman, G. Oliver Smith, Ann Sustin, Suzanne Willa. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Lightnin'. Comedy. Written by Winchell Smith and Frank Bacon. Gaiety Theatre: 26 Aug 1918- 27 Aug 1921 (1291 performances). Cast: Frank Bacon (as "Lightnin' Bill Jones"), Bessie Bacon (as "Mrs. Harper"), E.J. Blunkall (as "Everett Hammond"), Sidney Coburn (as "Teddy Peters"), Sam Coit (as "Nevin Blodgett"), Fred Conklin (as "Liveryman"), Harry Davenport (as "Rodney Harper"), Mary Duryea (as "Mrs. Brainerd"), William F. Granger (as "Walter Lennon"), Frances Kennan (as "Mrs. Starr"), James C. Lane (as "Hotel Clerk"), Thomas MacLarnie (as "Lemuel Townsend"), Beth Martin (as "Freda"), Ralph Morgan (as "John Marvin"), Beatrice Nichols (as "Mildred Buckley"), Jane Oaker (as "Margaret Davis"), Minnie Palmer (as "Mrs. Jordan"), Jessie E. Pringle (as "Mrs. Jones"), Phyllis Rankin (as "Mrs. Moore"), George Spelvin [actor who wished to remain anonymous] (as "Zeb Crothers"), Paul Stanton (as "Raymond Thomas"), Helen Story (as "Mrs. Brewer"), George Thompson (as "Oscar Nelson"), Ruth Towle (as "Mrs. Corshall"), Sue Wilson (as "Emily Jarvis"). Replacement cast: Julio Brown (as "Mrs. Corshall"), Margaret Campbell (as "Mrs. Brewer"), Walter Ducart (as "Liveryman"), John Hamilton (as "Rodney Harper"), Helen Hutchens (as "Mrs. Starr"), William Lamb (as "Teddy Peters"), Georgie Drew Mendum (as "Mrs. Moore"), Alice Quigley (as "Emily Jarvis"), Jason Robards Sr. (as "John Marvin"), George Spelvin [actor who wished to remain anonymous] (as "Oscar Nelson"), George Thompson (as "Zeb Crothers"), Beth Varden (as "Freda"). Produced by John Golden. Note: Filmed as Lightnin' (1930), Lightnin' (1925).
  • (1918) Stage Play: Three Wise Fools. Written by Austin Strong. Criterion Theatre: 31 Oct 1918- Aug 1919 (closing date unknown/316 performances). As "Doctor Richard Gaunt." Cast: J. Moy Bennett, Stephen Colby, Harry M. Forsman, Claude Gillingwater, Hayward Ginn, William Ingersoll, Leavitt James, Charles Latte, Helen Menken, Phyllis Rankin, Charles B. Wells. Produced by Winchell Smith and John Golden.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Thank You. Comedy. Longacre Theatre: 3 Oct 1921- May 1922 (closing date unknown/257 performances). As "David Lee." Produced by John Golden.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Cock o' the Roost. Written by Rida Johnson Young. Liberty Theatre: 13 Oct 1924- Nov 1924 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast included: Lionel Bevans, Harry Davenport (as "Pierce Dawn"), Edward Donnelly, Donald Foster, Purnell Pratt. Produced by The Dramatists Theatre Inc.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Hay Fever. Comedy. Written by Noël Coward. Directed by Noël Coward and Laura Hope Crews. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 5 Oct 1925- Nov 1925 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Alice Belmore (as "Clara"), Laura Hope Crews (as "Judith Bliss"), Harry Davenport (as "David Bliss"), Frieda Inescort (as "Sorel Bliss"), Phyllis Joyce (as "Myra Arundel"), Margot Lester (as "Jackie Coryton"), Gavin Muir (as "Simon Bliss"), Reginald Sheffield (as "Sandy Tyrell"), George Thorpe (as "Richard Greatham"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1926) Stage Play: Makropoulos Secret. Written by Randal C. Burrett. Based on "Komedie" by Karel Capek. Directed by Charles Hopkins. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 2 Jan 1926- Mar 1926 (unknown closing date/88 performances). Cast: Harry Davenport (as "Dr. Kolenaty"), Donald Duff, Ullrich Haupt, Eric Johns, William B. Mack, Helen Menken, Grace Halsey Mills, Erin O'Brien-Moore, Joanna Roos, Arthur Steele, Lester Vail, Fritz Williams. Produced by Charles Hopkins. Produced in association with Herman Gantvoort.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Lost. Drama. Written by A.E. Thomas and George Andrew Chamberlain. Directed by Rollo Lloyd. Mansfield Theatre: 28 Mar 1927- Apr 1927 (unknown closing date/8 performances). Cast: Florence Archibald (as "Ada"), James as "Alan Wayne"), Harry Davenport (as "Jones"), Rosalinde Fuller (as "Margarita"), Mercedes Gilbert (as "Honoria"), Mona Kinglsey, R.W. Lawrence (as "Macguire"), Louise MacKintosh (as "Mrs. Lansing"), Barbara Ramsey, Leon C. Timberlake (as "Bonifacio"), George Henry Trader (as "J.Y. Wayne"), Edward Van Sloan (as "Lieber"), Ramsey Wallace (as "Gerald Lansing"). Produced by Ramsey Wallace.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Julius Caesar. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by John Craig. New Amsterdam Theatre: 6 Jun 1927- Jun 1927 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Doan Borrup, Roland Bottomley, Laura Burt, Lawrence Cecil, Thomas Chalmers, Marion Coakley, Frazer Coulter (as "Popilius Lena"), William Courtleigh, Harry Davenport (as "Flavius"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Decius Brutus"), Mary Eaton, Edwin T. Emery, Harry Forsman, David Glassford, Kenneth Hunter, Edgar Kent, Joseph Kilgour (as "Trebonius"), Tyrone Power Sr., Herbert Ranson, Basil Rathbone (as "Cassius"), James Rennie (as "Marc Antony"), Ivan F. Simpson (as "A Soothsayer"), Mary Young. Produced by The Players Club.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Jealous Moon. Written by Theodore Charles and Jane Cowl. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Majestic Theatre: 20 Nov 1928- Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/71 performances). As "Papa Louis." Cast: Ben W. Barnett, Joyce Carey, Jane Cowl, Marion Evenson, Ben Lackland, Robert Lowe, Philip Merivale, Richard Nicholls, Hale Nacross, William Randall, Guy Standing, Leo Stark, Esther Stockton, Garner Weed. Produced by William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Topaze. Written by Marcel Pagnol, as adapted by Benn W. Levy. Directed by Stanley Logan. Music Box Theatre: 12 Feb 1930- Aug 1930 (closing date unknown/215 performances). As "Tamise." Cast: Duana Allen, Peter Boylan, George Canto-Janis, Cecil Clovelly, Clarence Derwent, Catherine Doucet, Hubert Druce, Phoebe Foster, James Guiname, Alf Helton, Nicholas Joy, Warren McCollum, James McGuire, Mildred Mitchell, Frank Morgan, Harry Murray, Richard Offer, Martin Postal, Freddie Sange, Cornelius Vezin, Aldeah Wise, Eddie Wragge. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Note: Production resumed at Ethel Barrymore Theatre beginning on 18 Aug 1930 through mid-Sep 1930 (16 performances) with the same cast.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Topaze. Comedy (revival).
  • (1931) Stage Play: Melo. Drama. From the French of Henri Bernstein, adapted by Arthur Pollock. Directed by Marcel Varneli. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 16 Apr 1931- Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/67 performances). Cas: Ruth Abbott (as "Christiane"), Francois Amiard (as "A Maitre D'Hôtel"), Edna Best (as "Romaine Belcroix"), Harry Davenport (as "Dr. Remy"), Henriette Douvier (as "A French Woman"), Stapleton Kent (as "François"), Earle Larimore (as "Pierre Belcroix"), Marie Maurier (as "Another French Woman"), Fuller Mellish (as "A Priest"), Robert Noble (as "A Man"), Basil Rathbone (as "Marcel Blanc"), Arthur Stenning (as "Another Man"), Pierre Vistaud (as "A Gigolo"), Marion Wells (as "Jeanne"), John Worthington (as "A Professional Dancer"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1931) Stage Play: Melo. Drama (revival). From the French of Henri Bernstein, adapted by Arthur Pollock. Directed by Marcel Varneli. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 19 Oct 1931- Oct 1931 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Walter Armitage (as "Marcel Blanc"), Agnes Craven (as "A Woman"), Guy Cunningham (as "François"), Fanny Davenport (as "Jeanne"), Harry Davenport (as "Dr. Remy"), Margaret Delamere (as "Christiane"), Helen Flint (as "Romaine Belcroix"), Robert Harrison (as "A Priest"), Stapleton Kent (as "A Man"), Jan Marquand A Professional Dancer"), John Prescott (as "Another Man"), Sebastian Shaw (as "Pierre Belcroix"), Jean Villon (as "A Maitre D'Hôtel"). Produced by Lee Shubert and A.H. Woods. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Happy Landing. Written by John B. Hymer and William E. Barry. Directed by Lawrence Marston. Chanin's 46th Street Theatre: 26 Mar 1932- Apr 1932 (closing date unknown/26 performances). Cast: Harold Bolton (as "Reporter"), John Butler (as "Hal Herndon"), William Carey (as "Charles Stevens"), Anne Carpenger (as "Miss Bond"), Lenore Chippendale (as "Mrs. Thomas W. Dumont"), Griffin Crafts (as "Caso"), Harry Davenport (as "George Stebbins"), William David (as "Russell Whiting"), Randolph Hale (as "Reporter"), Russell Hardie (as "Blin Gardner"), Harold Heaton (as "Robert Willis Granville"), Lady Justine Jordan (as "Reporter"), Nolan Leary (as "Radio Announcer/Mr. Knobb"), Pierre Mario (as "Carvello"), Boris Nicholai (as "Bellboy"), Catherine Dale Owen (as "Norma Landis") [final Broadway role], John Parrish (as "Ira Thompson"), Edwin Redding (as "Sam Taylor"), Thomas Reynolds (as "Major Green"), Charles A. Richards (as "Reporter"), Rene Roberti (as "Luigi Cerrino"), Margaret Sullavan (as "Phyllis Blair"), Banfield Taylor (as "News Cameraman/Mr. Platt"), Tom Tempest (as "Hennesey"), Marjorie Wood (as "Miss Crawford"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Move On, Sister. Drama. Written by Daniel Nathan Rubin. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Playhouse Theatre: 24 Oct 1933- Oct 1933 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Phil Sibley"), Fay Bainter (as "Alice Drave"), Robert W. Craig (as "Stick"), Edward L. Davenport (as "Reverend Dr. Ray Vogus"), Harry Davenport (as "Dr. London"), John T. Doyle (as "Thurson"), Ernest Glendinning (as "Eugene Greer"), Jessie Graham (as "Mrs. Bell"), Harry Hanlon (as "Brill"), Robert Harrison (as "Dr. Sage"), Moffat Johnston (as "Alva Haury"), Kathryn March (as "Miss Morse"), Frank Shannon (as "Burt Travers"), Harland Tucker (as "Paul Cromer"), Marion Willard (as "Mrs. Ott"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Re-Echo. Drama. Written by I.J. Golden. Directed by Carol Sax. Forrest Theatre: 10 Jan 1934- Jan 1934 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Chisholm Beach, Harry Davenport (as "John Lord"), Walter D. Greene, Thurston Hall, Charles Holden, Leonard Mence, Phyllis Povah (as "Grace Manning"), Florence Walcott, George Walcott. Produced Carol Sax.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Battleship Gertie. Farce. Written by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Arthur Sircom. Lyceum Theatre: 18 Jan 1935- Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: Walter Baldwin (as "Senator Blowney"), Frederick Banker, Oliver Barbour, Moana Chu, Boyd Crawford, William Culloo, Harry Davenport (as "Senator Heffermeister") [final Broadway role], Gladys Griswold, Joseph P. Harris, Frank Jaquet, George Lessey, Helen Lynd, Horace McMahon (as "Marine Sergeant Grogan"), Claude McNair, Burgess Meredith (as "Seaman Jones"), Lora Rogers, Richard Taber, George R. Taylor, Richard Toms, Philip Truex (as "Price"), Philip Wood, Ernest Woodward, Herbert A. Yost. Produced by Courtney Burr.

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