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Sweet River   

Hollywood Theatre , (10/28/1936 - circa. 11/1936)
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Opening Date:Oct 28, 1936   
Closing Date:Nov 1936 Total Performances:5

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by George Abbott
Written by George Abbott; Adapted from "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Staged by George Abbott
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager
Choral work arranged and directed by Juanita Hall
Wylie Adams Sheriff
Birleanna Banks Slave
G. I. Harry Bolden Slave
Matt Briggs Simon Legree
John T.L. Bunn General Jim Jones
Earle Burke Slave
Vivian Collier Charlotte
Orange Cox Slave
William Crimans Colonel Jenks
John Diggs Slave
Charles Dingle Phineas
Herbert Duffy Deputy Sheriff
Darlean Duval Slave
Estelle Floyd Slave
Anna Franklin Hedda
George F. Hall Slave
Inge Hardison Topsy
Juan Hernandez Gabe
Clinton Holland Slave
Harriet Jackson Queenie
Paul Johnson Jonah
Roy Johnson Waiter
Lamar King Assistant Auctioneer
Mildred Lassiter Slave
Allen Lewis Ben
J. E. Lightfoot Mort
Kathryn March Marie St. Clare
Dorothy Marks Slave
John Marriott Sam
Assotta Marshall Hesper
Gertrude McBrown Hagar
Richard McMyers Slave
Julian Miles Luke
Eulabelle Moore Juba
Tom Morgan Major Putnam
Margaret Mullen Eliza
May Peebles Slave
Betty Philson Eva
Leslie Phipps Slave
Walter Price Uncle Tom
Ethel Purnello Tisha
Iona Reynolds Slave
Bartlett Robinson Edward St. Clare
Lora Rogers Aunt Ophelia
James Sparks Slave
John Taylor Dan
Louise Twyman Slave
Charles Welch Slave
Foster Williams Auctioneer
Gerald Williams Slave
Irma Williams Slave
Jean Williams Slave
Musa Williams Slave
Regina Williams Slave
Marion Willis Sheriff
Philip Wood Deputy Sheriff
Haas Woodlin Slave
Ray Yeates Deeter