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  • (1936 - 1968) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1936) Stage Play: Russet Mantle. Comedy. Written by Lynn Riggs. Directed by Robert Ross. Theatre Masque: 16 Jan 1936- Apr 1936 (closing date unknown/117 performances). Cast: Frederick Barton (as "Dr. Brown"), John Beal (as "John Galt"), Harry Bellaver (as "Pablo"), Chief Bear, Helen Craig (as "Manuelita") [Broadway debut], Margaret Douglass (as "Effie Rowley"), Jay Fassett (as "Horace Kincaid"), James Larmore, Martha Sleeper, Evelyn Varden, Clare Woodbury. Produced by Jerome Mayer and Murray Jay Queen.
  • (1941) Stage Play: As You Like It. Comedy (revival).
  • (1951) Stage Play: The House of Bernarda Alba.
  • (1965) Stage Play: Diamond Orchid.
  • (1940) Stage Play: Johnny Belinda. Drama. Written by Elmer Harris. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Longacre Theatre from 8 Dec 1940- close): 18 Sep 1940- 21 Jun 1941 (321 performances). Cast: Jane Bancroft (as "Stella Maguire"), Bertha Belmore (as "Mrs. McKee"), Leslie Bingham (as "Mrs. Lutz"), William Chambers (as "Defense Counsel McVail"), Margaret Cherry (as "Lizzie Gordon"), Edward Craig (as "Hector McGuffy"), Helen Craig (as "Belinda McDonald"), Ralph Cullinan (as "Jimmy Dingwell"), Frank Delmar (as "Fergus McGuiggan"), John Delmar (as "Floyd McGuiggan"), Vickey Delmar (as "Matron"), Jules Epailly (as "Pacquet") [final Broadway role], Blaney Harris (as "Clerk of the Court'), Louis Hector' (as "Black McDonald"), Jack Lynds (as "Reverend Tidmarsh"), Stephen McNally [credited as Horace McNally] (as "Dr. Jack Davidson"), Henry Mowbray (as "The Judge"), Bram Nossen (as "Att'y General McKnight"), Willard Parker (as "Locky McCormick"), Beau Tilden (as "Mountie/Andy McPhearson"), Valentine Vernon (as "Grace Peters"), Clare Woodbury (as "Maggie McDonald"). Produced by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Note: Filmed as Johnny Belinda (1948), Johnny Belinda (1982), Johnny Belinda (1967), Johnny Belinda (1958), Johnny Belinda (1961), Johnny Belinda (1969)).
  • (1946) Stage Play: Lute Song. Musical.
  • (1938) Stage Play: Soliloquy. Drama. Written by Víctor Víctor. Music by Adrian Mack. Scenic Design by Norman Rock. Directed by Eugen Schulz-Breiden. Empire Theatre: 28 Nov 1938- Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: John Beal (as "Jimmy Mimms/Jimmy's Thoughts"), Daisy Belmore (as "Mrs. McCorkle"), Joan Blair (as "Miss La Rue"), Edward Broadley (as "Mr. Braithwaite"), Helen Craig (as "Ann Jerkins"), Clarence Derwent (as "Mr. Danvers"), Robert Dolan (as "Medical Examiner"), Jack Duval (as "Al Graumann"), Gwyllyn Ford (as "Sidney Tarleton"), Grace Virginia Howard (as "Miss McGill"), Elmer Jerome (as "Mr. Sloman"), Louis Labey (as "Jury Foreman"), Helena Le Berthon (as "Second Chorus Girl"), Alexander Lockwood (as "Eddie Page"), Ellen E. Lowe (as "Ella Mimms"), Paul Marion (as "Stenographer/Turnkey"), Ruth Meredith (as "Girl at Summer Resort"), George Reynolds (as "Reporter Johnson"), John Rutherford (as "Lieutenant Simmons"), George L. Spaulding (as "Honey" Blake"), Katherine York (as "First Chorus Girl"). Produced by Henry Weissman.
  • (1940) Stage Play: The Unconquered. Drama. Written by Ayn Rand. Adapted from "We the Living" by Ayn Rand. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by George Abbott. Biltmore Theatre: 13 Feb 1940- 17 Feb 1940 (6 performances). Cast: Paul Ballantyne (as "A Student"), William Blees (as "Boy Clerk"), Marshall Bradford (as "G.P.U. Chief"), Georgiana Brand (as "Comrade Sonia"), Horace Cooper (as "Comrade Voronov"), George Cotton (as "Stephan Timoshenko"), Helen Craig (as "Kira Argounova"), Virginia Dunning (as "Girl Clerk"), Cliff Dunstan (as "Upravdom"), John Emery (as "Leo Kovalensky"), Howard Freeman (as "Karp Morozov"), Ellen Hall (as "Comrade Bitiuk"), Dean Jagger (as "Andrei Taganov"), Frank O'Connor (as "Assistant G.P.U. Chief"), John Parrish (as "A Soldier"), Lea Penman (as "Antonina Pavlovna"), Edwin Phillips [credited as Edwin Philips] (as "Malashkin"), Arthur Pierson (as "Pavel Syerov") [final Broadway role], George Smith (as "Party Club Attendant"), J. Ascher Smith (as "Older Examiner"), 'Ludmila Toretzka' (1940). Stage Play: The Unconquered. Drama. Written by Ayn Rand. Adapted from "We the Living" by Ayn Rand. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by George Abbott. Biltmore Theatre: 13 Feb 1940- 17 Feb 1940 (6 performances). Cast: Paul Ballantyne (as "A Student"), William Blees (as "Boy Clerk"), Marshall Bradford (as "G.P.U. Chief"), Georgiana Brand (as "Comrade Sonia"), Horace Cooper (as "Comrade Voronov"), George Cotton (as "Stephan Timoshenko"), Helen Craig (as "Kira Argounova"), Virginia Dunning (as "Girl Clerk"), Cliff Dunstan (as "Upravdom"), John Emery (as "Leo Kovalensky"), Howard Freeman (as "Karp Morozov"), Ellen Hall (as "Comrade Bitiuk"), Dean Jagger (as "Andrei Taganov"), Frank O'Connor (as "Assistant G.P.U. Chief"), John Parrish (as "A Soldier"), Lea Penman (as "Antonina Pavlovna"), Edwin Phillips (as "Malashkin"), Arthur Pierson (as "Pavel Syerov"), George Smith (as "Party Club Attendant"), J. Ascher Smith (as "Older Examiner"), Ludmila Toretzka [credited as Ludmilla Toretzka] (as "Neighbor"). Produced by George Abbott.
  • (1946) Stage Play: Land's End. Drama. Written by Thomas Job. Based on the novel by Mary Ellen Chase. Music by Paul Bowles. Directed by Robert Lewis. Playhouse Theatre: 11 Dec 1946- 14 Dec 1946 (5 performances). Cast: Mabel Acker, Frieda Altman (as "Miss Penrose"), Xenia Bank, Jay Barney, Shirley Booth (as "Susan Pengilly"), Sydney Boyd, Clement Brace (as Mr. Brooks"), Ross Chetwynd, Horace Cooper, Walter Coy, Helen Craig (as "Ellen Pascoe"), Diane de Brett, Minnie Dupree (as "Grandmother Tregonny"), Michael Feigay, Joseph Foley, Merle Maddern (as "Mrs. Tregonny"), Theodore Newton, Amelia Romano, Fred Stewart (as "Mr. Trevetha"). Produced by Paul Feigay. Produced in association with George Somnes.
  • (1967) Stage Play: More Stately Mansions. Drama.

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