Other Works

  • (1921 - 1931) Active on Broadway in the following production:
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Fair Circassian. Comedy.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Five Star Final. Melodrama. Written by Louis Weitzenkorn. Cort Theatre: 30 Dec 1930- Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/175 performances). Cast: Sydney Booth (as "Mr. Arthur Loveland Weeks"), Lillian Bronson (as "Exchange Operator"), Arthur Byron (as "Randall"), King Calder (as "Philip Weeks"), Berton Churchill (as "Hinchecliffe"), Frank Dae (as "Brannegan"), Kenneth (as "Dana Colby"), Mike D'Arcy (as "A Policeman"), Amy Dennis (as "Pearl"), Malcolm Duncan (as "Michael Townsend"), Frances Fuller (as "Jenny Townsend"), Georgette Harvey (as "Minerva"), Fred House (as "Undertaker"), Richard Huey (as "Harold"), Laurie Jacques (as "Luella Carmody"), Allen Jenkins (as "Ziggie Feinstein"), P.J. Kelly (as "Jerry"), Alvin Kerr (as "Arthur"), Kathryn Keyes (as "Mrs. Arthur Loveland Weeks"), Bruce MacFarlane (as "Rooney"), Merle Maddern (as "Nancy Voorhees Townsend"), Madeleine Marshall (as "Miss Edwards"), Dorothy McElhone (as "Trixie"), Alexander Onslow (as "Rev. T. Vernon Isopod"), Henry Sherwood (as "French"), Helen Sinnott [credited as Helene Sinnott] (as "Miss Taylor"). Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: Filmed by First National Pictures (Warner Bros.) as Five Star Final (1931) (directed by Mervyn LeRoy).
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Rat. Written by Ivor Novello and Constance Collier. Directed by Earl Carroll. New Colonial Theatre: 10 Feb 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/126 performances). Cast: Basil Allis, Suzanne Bennett, Horace Braham (as "Pierre Boucheron," AKA: "The Rat"), Ruth Chandler, C.H. Croker-King, Jeanne Dare, Dana Desboro, Jack de Fay, Florence Gerald, Teddie Gerard, Bryant Higgins, Warren Hill, Elizabeth Howard, C. Barry Kenton, Hilda Lappner, Wallace McCutcheon, George McKay, Jack Motte, Frances Nanine, Roberta Pierre, Katherine Revner, Chris Scaife, Helen Sinnott, Cyrus Staehle, Grace Stafford, Lucille Upton, Jeanne Wardley. Produced by Earl Carroll.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Old Soak. Comedy/drama.

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