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  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Tom Starrett"; Broadway debut) in "Dulcy" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Directed by Howard Lindsay (also in cast as "Vincent Leach"). Frazee Theatre: 13 Aug 1921-11 Mar 1922 (241 performances). Cast: George Alison (as "Blair Patterson"), Wallis Clark (as "C. Rogers Forbes"), Gilbert Douglas (as "Schuyler Van Dyck"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Dulcinea"), Gregory Kelly (as "William Parker"), Norma Lee (as "Angela Forbes"), Harry Lillford (as "Henry"), Constance Pellissier (as "Mrs. Forbes"), John Westley (as "Gordon Smith"). Produced by George C. Tyler and Harry Frazee.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared in (as "Kempy" James) / wrote (w/J.C. Nugent) "Kempy", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Augustin Duncan. Belmont Theatre: 15 May 1922-Jun 1922. Cast: Robert Lee Allen (as "Ben Wade"), Helen Carew (as "Jane Wade"; Broadway debut(, Jessie Crommette (as "Ma" Bence"), Grant Mitchell (as "Duke" Merrill"), J.C. Nugent (as "Dad" Bence"), Ruth Nugent (as "Ruth Bence"), Lotus Robb (as "Katherine Bence"). Produced by Richard G. Herndon.
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared in "Dumb-bell" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Eddie Hudson") in "The Wild Westcotts" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Anne Morrison Chapin [credited as Anne Morrison]. Frazee Theatre: 24 Dec 1923-Jan 1924 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Leslie Adams, Helen Broderick (as "Mrs. Taylor"), Claudette Colbert (as "Sybil Blake"), Boyd Davis (credited as W. Boyd Davis; as "Capt. Hippesley Trenchard"; Broadway debut), Morgan Farley (as "Anthony Westcott"), Charles Laite, Norma Lee, Fred Irving Lewis, Vivian Martin, Cornelia Otis Skinner (as "Geraldine Fairmont"), Edith Campbell Walker, Isabel Withers, Douglas Wood. Produced by Lewis and Gordon.
  • (1924) Stage: Wrote (w/J.C. Nugent [also director]) "The Rising Son", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Klaw Theatre: 27 Oct 1924-Nov 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Produced by Marc Klaw Inc.
  • (1925) Stage: Wrote (w/J.C. Nugent) / appeared (as "John Miller") in "The Poor Nut", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Henry Miller's Theatre: 27 Apr 1925-May 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Beach Cooke (as "Hub" Smith"), Joseph Dailey (as "Col. Small"), Margaret Fitch (as "Peggy"), Percy Helton (as "Magpie" Welch"), Cornelius Keefe (as "Walle" Pierce"), Wright Kramer (as "Prof. Deming"), Norma Lee (as "Margerie Blake"), Joseph Loudon (as "Wisconsin Official"), Jean Mann (as "Betty"), Grant Mills (as "Spike" Hoyt"), Joseph Mitchell (as "A Freshman"), Thomas Shearer (as "Doc" Spurney"), Florence Shirley (as "Julia Winters"), John Webster (as "Coach Jackson"). Produced by Patterson McNutt. NOTE: Filmed as Local Boy Makes Good (1931).
  • (1925) Stage: Wrote "Human Nature", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by J.C. Nugent and Frederick Stanhope. Liberty Theatre: 24 Sep 1925-Sep 1925 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Helen Carew (as "Mrs. Dr. Langdon"), Frank Conroy (as "Phil Holt"), Mary Duncan (as "Bess Flanders"), Sue MacManamy (as "Mrs. Trayne"), John Marston (as "Jim Trayne"), Master Edwin Mills (as "Dicky Langdon"), Brandon Tynan (as "Mr. Hale"), Fritz Williams (as "Dr. Langdon"). Produced by Gene Buck.
  • (1926) Stage: Wrote (w/J.C. Nugent) "The Trouper", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Edwin Maxwell. 52nd Street Theatre: 8 Mar 1926-Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Produced by The Playshop Inc.
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote (w/J.C. Nugent [also in cast as "Dad Bence"]) / directed / appeared (as "Kempy James") in "Kempy", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Hudson Theatre: 11 May 1927-Jun 1927 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Clara Blandick (as "Ma Bence"), Frederica Going (as "Jane Wade"), William J. Kelly (as "Duke Merrill"), Norma Lee (as "Katherine Bence"), Ruth Nugent (as "Ruth Bence"), Edd Russell (as "Ben Wade"). Produced by Murray Phillips.
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote (w/J.C. Nugent) "Take My Advice", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Belmont Theatre: 1 Nov 1927-Dec 1927 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Lawrence Grattan (as "John Weaver"), Gene Raymond (credited as Raymond Guion; as "Bud Weaver"), Lucia Moore (as "Mrs. Weaver"), Ralph Morgan (as "Bradley Clement"), Mary Stills (as "Marella Scott"), Vivian Tobin (as "Ann Weaver"), Raymond Walburn (as "Jim Thayer"), Barry O'Moore (credited as Herbert Yost; as "Kerry Van Kind"). Produced by William Caryl.
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote (w/John Wray (also in cast), J.C. Nugent, Elaine S. Carrington) "Nightstick" produced on Broadway. Melodrama. Directed / produced by Crosby Gaige. Selwyn Theatre: 10 Nov 1927-Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/84 performances). Cast: Velma Forrest, Kathryn Givney, Raymond Hackett, Harry R. Irving, Charles Kennedy (as "Pete Manning"), Victor Kilian, Judith Lowry, Thomas Mitchell, Edgar Nelson, Lee Patrick (as "Joan Manning"), Harry Stubbs, William Tennyson, Edna White. NOTE: Filmed as Alibi (1929).
  • (1928) Stage: "The Breaks" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1928) Stage: "By Request" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1931) Stage: "Fast Service" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1940) Stage: Wrote (w/James Thurber) / appeared (as "Tommy Turner") in "The Male Animal", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed / produced by Herman Shumlin. Cort Theatre: 9 Jan 1940-3 Aug 1940 (243 performances). Cast: Leon Ames (as "Joe Ferguson"), Richard Beckhard, John Boruff (as "Newspaper Reporter"), Matt Briggs, Don DeFore (as "Wally Myers"), Ruth Matteson, Minna Phillips (as "Mrs. Blanche Damon"), Amanda Randolph, Robert Scott, Ivan Simpson, Gene Tierney (as "Patricia Stanley"), Regina Wallace. NOTE: Filmed as The Male Animal (1942), The Male Animal (1958)
  • (1942) Stage: "Without Love" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1943) Stage: "Tomorrow the World" on Broadway. Drama. NOTE: Filmed as Tomorrow, the World! (1944).
  • (1943) Stage: "The Voice of the Turtle" on Broadway. Comedy. NOTE: Filmed as The Voice of the Turtle (1947).
  • (1944) Stage: Directed (w/Arthur Sircom) "Mrs. January and Mr. X" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Zoe Akins [final Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Paul Morrison. Costume Design by Adrian. Belasco Theatre: 31 Mar 1944-6 May 1944 (43 performances). Cast: Henry Barnard, Barbara Bel Geddes (as "Wilhelmina"), Billie Burke, Helen Carew (as "Miss Belle"), Frank Craven (as "Martin Luther Cooper"), Susana Garnett (as "Miss Peck"), Nicholas Joy, Dorothy Lambert (as "Clancy"), Edward Nannery (as "Charley Blaine"), Bobby Perez (as "Rolando"), Therese Quadri (as "Germaine"), Phil Sheridan, Robert F. Simon (as "2nd Expressman"), Henry Vincent (as "Burdette"), Roderick Winchell (as "1st Expressman"). Produced by Richard Meyers.
  • (1947) Stage: "The Big Two" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Leslie Bush-Fekete and Mary Helen Fay. Directed by Robert Montgomery.
  • (1947) Stage: "Message for Margaret" on Broadway. Drama. NOTE Filmed as Message pour Margaret (1964).
  • (1951) Stage: Appeared (as "Ambrose Atwater") in "Not for Children" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Elmer Rice. Scenic Design by John Root. Costume Design by Mainbocher. Music by Robert Emmett Dolan. Coronet Theatre: 13 Feb 1951-17 Feb 1951 (7 performances). Cast: Phil Arthur (as "Digby Walsh"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Timothy Forrest"), Alexander Clark (as "Clarence Orth"), Joan Copeland (as "Evangeline Orth"), Natalie Core (as "Irma Orth"), Keene Crockett (as "Elijah Silverhammer"), Betty Field (as "Theodora Effington"), John Gerstad (as "Hitch Imborg"), Budd Gregg (as "Pianist"), Gar Moore (as "An Old Gentleman"), Frances Tannehill (as "Pensacola Crawford"), Ann Thomas (as "Prudence Dearborn"), Fredd Wayne (as "Hugh McHugh"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).
  • (1952) Stage: Wrote (w/James Thurber) / appeared (as "Tommy Turner") in "The Male Animal", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Artistic Supervisor: George Schaefer. Scenic Design by Melvin Bourne. Costume Design by Noel Taylor. Directed by Michael Gordon. City Center: 30 Apr 1952-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Dorothy Blackburn (as "Myrtle Keller"), Charles Boaz (as "Wally Myers"), Matt Briggs (as "Ed Keller"), John Gerstad (as "Michael Barnes"), Peter Harris (as "Newspaper Reporter"), Halliwell Hobbes (as "Dean Frederick Damon"), Billy James (as "Nutsy Miller"), Eulabelle Moore (as "Cleota"), Nancy Nugent (as "Patricia Stanley"), Robert Preston (as "Joe Ferguson"), Martha Scott (as "Ellen Turner"), Leora Thatcher (as "Mrs. Blanche Damon"). Produced by New York City Theatre Company.
  • (1952) Stage: Wrote (w/James Thurber / appeared (as "Tommy Turner") in "The Male Animal" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Artistic Supervisor: George Schaefer. Scenic Design by Melvin Bourne. Costume Design by Noel Taylor. Directed by Michael Gordon. Music Box Theatre: 15 May 1952-31 Jan 1953 (317 performances). Cast: Robert Preston (as "Joe Ferguson"), Martha Scott (as "Ellen Turner"), Dorothy Blackburn (as "Myrtle Keller"), Charles Boaz (as "Wally Myers"), Matt Briggs (as "Ed Keller"), John Gerstad (as "Michael Barnes"), Peter Harris (as "Newspaper Reporter"), Halliwell Hobbes (as "Dean Frederick Damon"), Billy James (as "Nutsy Miller"), Eulabelle Moore (as "Cleota"), Nancy Nugent (as "Patricia Stanley"), Leora Thatcher (as "Mrs. Blanche Damon"). Produced by John Golden. NOTE: Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin and Lee Shubert.
  • (1962) Book: "Of Cheats and Charmer." Literary Licensing, LLC (Paperback). 350 pgs. ISBN-10: 1258421917. ISBN-13: 978-1258421915.
  • (1945) Stage: Wrote / directed "A Place of Our Own", produced on Broadway. Royale Theatre: 2 Apr 1945-7 Apr 1945 (8 performances). Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Royale Theatre: 2 Apr 1945-7 Apr 1945 (8 performances). Produced by John Golden. Produced in association with Elliott Nugent and Robert Montgomery.
  • (1952) Stage: Production Supervisor / Co-producer for "The Seven Year Itch" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by George Axelrod. Incidental music composed / arranged by Dana Suesse. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Directed by John Gerstad. Fulton Theatre: 20 Nov 1952-13 Aug 1955 (1141 performances). Cast: Vanessa Brown (as "The Girl"; final Broadway role), Tom Ewell (as "Richard Sherman"), Marilyn Clark (as "Miss Morris"), Joan Donovan (as "Elaine"), Robert Emhardt (as "Dr. Brubaker"), Pat Fowler (as "The Voice of The Girl's Conscience"), George Ives (as "The Voice of Richard's Conscience"), George Keane (as "Tom Mackenzie"), Johnny Klein (as "Ricky"), Irene Moore (as "Marie What-Ever-Her-Name-Was"), Neva Patterson (as "Helen Sherman"). Replacement actors: Eddie Albert (as "Richard Sherman"), Shirley Ballard (as "Miss Morris"), Fayne Blackburn (as "Elaine"), Eddie Bracken (as "Richard Sherman"), Sally Forrest (as "The Girl"), Pat Fowler (as "Miss Morris"), Paulette Girard (as "Marie What-Ever-Her-Name-Was"), Louise King (as "The Girl"), Joseph Leon (as "Dr. Brubaker" / "The Voice of Richard's Conscience"), Dorothy Love (as "Marie What-Ever-Her-Name-Was"), Elliott Nugent (during Tom Ewell's vacation; as "Richard Sherman"), William Woodson (as "Tom Mackenzie"). Co-[produced by Courtney Burr. NOTE: Filmed as The Seven Year Itch (1955).
  • (1955) Stage: Production Supervisor on "The Wayward Saint" on Broadway. Comedy/fantasy.
  • (1957) Stage: Directed "The Greatest Man Alive" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (8/41) Stage: Wrote (w/James Thurber) "The Male Animal," performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, ME, with Conrad Nagel in the cast.
  • (8/41) Stage: Wrote (w/J.C. Nugent) "The Poor Nut," performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, ME, with Buddy Ebsen in the cast.
  • (8/67) Stage: Wrote (w/James Thurber) "The Male Animal"," performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, ME, with Gary Moore and Dorothy Loudon in the cast.
  • (June 11 to 22, 1935) J.C. Nugent and his play, "The World Is My Opinion," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. T.B. Henry was director.
  • (January 27 to February 7, 1942) James Thurber and his play, "The Male Animal," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Herschel Daugherty was director.
  • (April 29, 1954) James Thurber and his play, "The Male Animal," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Jack Bernhard was director.
  • (Summer 1940) J.C. Nugent and his play, "The Poor Nut," was performed in a Kenley Players production in Deer Lake, Pennsylvania with Buddy Ebsen in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.
  • (Summer 1947) James Thurber and his play, "The Male Animal," was performed in a Kenley Players production in Deer Lake, Pennsylvania with Buddy Ebsen in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.
  • (Summer 1950) J.C. Nugent and his play, "The Poor Nut," was performed in a Kenley Players production in Lakewood Park Theatre in Barnesville, Pennsylvania with Lon McAllister in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.

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