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The Squaw Man   

Astor Theatre , (12/26/1921 - circa. 2/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Dec 26, 1921   
Closing Date:Feb 1922 Total Performances:50

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in four acts
Setting: England and the Red Butte Ranch

Production Staff
Produced by Lee Shubert
Written by Edwin Milton Royle
Staged by William Faversham
Herbert Ashton Grouchy
Cowboy on Carston's Ranch
Elizabeth Bellairs Lady Mabel Wynnegate
Sister of Henry Wynnegate
Chauncey Causland McSorley
Engineer of the Overland Limited
H. Cooper Cliffe Malcolm Petrie
Solicitor of Henry Wynnegate
Murray Darcy Parker
Conductor of the Overland Limited
J. Malcolm Dunn Henry Wynnegate
Earl of Kerhill
Bernard Durkin Little Hal
Nat-U-Ritch's Son
Herbert Farjeon Baco White
William Faversham Capt. James Wynnegate
Cousin of Henry Wynnegate, Afterwards Known as Jim Carson
William Frederic Bud Hardy
County Sheriff
Harry Hanlon Pete
A Cowboy
Winifred Harris Lady Elizabeth Wynnegate
Mother of Henry Wynnegate
Riley Hatch Tab-Y-Wana
Peach Chief of the Utes
William T. Hays Mr. Hiram Doolittle
Frank Hollins Sir John Applegate
Diana's Cousin
Julia Hoyt Diana Wynnegate
Countess of Kerhill
Curley Judge Punk
A Chinaman
Emily Lorraine Mrs. Hiram Doolittle
Frank Lyon Parson
Bertram A. Marburgh Andy
Cowboy on Carston's Ranch
Burr McIntosh Big Bill
Foreman of Carston's Ranch
Willard Robertson Cash Hawkins
Gerald Rogers Rev. Belachazar Chiswick
Josephine Royle Nat-U-Ritch
Daughter of Tab-Y-Wana
George Schaeffer Bates
Butler of Henry Wynnegate
Emmett Shackelford Shorty
Cowboy on Carston's Ranch
Edmund Soraghan Nick
Barkeeper of "The Long Horn Saloon"
Ralph Sumpter Lieut. Crosby
Raymond Van Rensselaer Lieut. Markwell