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Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines   

This production played in repertory with Diff'rent, Pygmalion, No More Peace, Coriolanus

Maxine Elliott's Theatre, (1/25/1938 - 2/12/1938)
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Opening Date: Jan 25, 1938    
Closing Date: Feb 12, 1938 Total Performances: 4

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Landing Dock of Cunard Steamship Company in New York; Madame Trentoni's Parlor in Brevoort House.

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Hopkins and Federal Theatre Project of The WPA
Written by Clyde Fitch
Staged by Charles Hopkins
Scenic Design by Ben Edwards; Costume Design by Ben Edwards; Lighting Design by Feder
Charles BerreA Newsboy
Douglas CampbellAugustus Bleeker Von Vorkenburg
Lee CarneyThird Ballet Lady
Florence CarretteSeventh Ballet Lady
Victor CasmoreEnsemble
Harry CliftonThe Clipper Representative
Allan DaileyThe Tribune Reporter
Frank DalyCharles Le Martine
Norma DowneySixth Ballet Lady
Willard FosterEnsemble
Erford GageCapt. Robert Jinks
John GiasiA Telegraph Boy
Signe GulbrandsenMary
Edward HankelEnsemble
Louise HuntingtonMrs. Jinks
Harry JenkinsA Sailor
May KellyMrs. Greenborough
Murray LindsleySecond Ballet Lady
Rose MacDonaldFifth Ballet Lady
Ruth MastersMrs. Stonington
W. O. McWattersProfessor Belliarti
Rose MorisonMiss Merriam
John RandolphThe Times Reporter
Joyce SaxelbyThe Widow's Brat
Sonia ShandFourth Ballet Lady
George ShieldsEnsemble
Leonore SorsbyMadame Trentoni
Wayland StrongAn Official Detective
Irene TaylorFirst Ballet Lady
Jay VelieThe Herald Reporter
Gene WebberA Policeman
Robert YoumansThe Sun Reporter