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Crime Marches On   

Morosco Theatre , (10/23/1935 - circa. 12/1935)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Oct 23, 1935   
Closing Date:Dec 1935 Total Performances:45

Category: Play, Farce, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Gibbons' Home in Tennessee; Elevator Corridor in Empire Building, New York; Private Office of Horace J. Swan; Back Room at 138 West 30th Street, A Stage.

Production Staff
Produced by George Bushar and John Tuerk
Written by Bertrand Robinson and Maxwell Hawkins
Staged by Edward Clarke Lilley
Scenic Design by John Root
Arling Alcine Editor Fitch
Minnette Barrett Third Woman
Woman Visitor
Claribel Bressel Claribel Gibbons
Henry Brooks Clerk
Charles D. Brown J.J. Smith
Elisha Cook, Jr. Russell Gibbons
Nonnie Edwards Nonnie Gibbons
Edward Emerson Bus Guide
Bruce Evans Photographer
Jonathan Foster
Charles Halton Horace P. Swan
Paul Huber Lieutenant Fiore
Elaine Ivans Stenographer
John M. James First Husband
Radio Actor
F. Charles Keane Hank Gibbons
Karl Kohrs Second Business Man
John Kries John Gibbons
Edward Lissman Orchestra Leader
Lenore Lonergan Lenore Gibbons
Lester Lonergan, III Lester Gibbons
Page Boy
May Marshal Milly
Fourth Woman
Grace Mills Martha Gibbons
Mrs. Finkelstein
Robert E. Perry Professor Wheeler
Donald Randolph B. Wellington Carlisle
R. Birrell Rawls Bud Gibbons
Mary Rogers Phyllis
Gay Seabrook Grace
Edith Shayne First Woman
Jean Shelby Mrs. Forsythe
Mrs. Whetmore
Walter Wagner Elevator Starter
Frank Watts Second Husband
Minna Watts Second Woman
Foster J. Williams Tenant