IBDB: Internet Broadway Database Policies About the Internet Broadway Database Help FAQ/Contact the Internet Broadway Database
  Home Shows People Theatres Characters Awards Songs grosses  
The Broadway League

Official Broadway League sites:

Quick Search For:   In This Category:  
The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.


Shubert Theatre , (2/24/1934 - 6/30/1934)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Feb 24, 1934   
Closing Date:Jun 30, 1934 Total Performances:147

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Zenith, London, Paris, Montreaux, Berlin, Naples, and Bremen

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Central Theatres Leasing & Construction Company
Produced by Max Gordon
Dramatized by Sidney Howard; Based on a novel by Sinclair Lewis
Directed by Robert B. Sinclair
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
General Manager: Ben A. Boyar; Company Manager: Robert Milford
Stage Manager: Paul Porter; Assistant Stage Mgr: Albert Wyart and Charles Christensen
Press Representative: Howard S. Benedict
Walter Huston Samuel Dodsworth
Nick Adams Traveling Gentleman
Fay Bainter Fran Dodsworth
Harlan Briggs Thomas J. Pearson
called "Tubby"
Charles Christensen A Steward
Hal K. Dawson A.B. Hurd
Marie Falls Another American Lady
An American Mother
Lucille Fenton Passenger's Wife
Flora Fransioli Teresa
Bert Gardner A Passenger
Charles Halton Henry E. Hazzard
Ethel Hampton Emily McKee
Dodsworth's daughter
Leonore Harris Renee De Penable
Ethel Jackson Mrs. Pearson
called "Matey"
J.H. Kingsbury A Cashier
Nolan Leary A Publicity Man
Marie Mallon A Second Tourist
Beatrice Maude An American Lady
Ivan Miller Another Steward
William Morris Traveling Gentleman
Charles Powers "Junior"
Tourist's son
Dorothy Raymond Baroness von Obersdorf
Ralph Simone Information Clerk
Kent Smith Kurt von Obersdorf
Georgette Spelvin American Mother's Daughter
Nan Sunderland Edith Cortright
Frances Tannehill Tourist's Wife
Frank W. Taylor A Tourist
Arthur Uttry A Sales Manager
Betty Van Auken A Secretary
John Williams Clyde Lockert
Mervin Williams Harry McKee
Jay Wilson A Barman
Frederic Worlock Arnold Israel