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A Slight Case of Murder   

48th Street Theatre, (9/11/1935 - circa. 11/1935)
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Opening Date: Sep 11, 1935    
Closing Date: Nov 1935 Total Performances: 69

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: A House in Saratoga Springs, New York.

Production Staff
Produced by Howard Lindsay
Written by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay
Staged by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay
Scenic Design by Kate Drain Lawson
Marga BarbetPasser-by
Sydney BoothGammon Smith
Eleanor BrentLoretta Paige
Paul E. BurnsPete Ryan
Georgia CaineNora Marco
George ChristieColonel Jake Schultz
Richard CourtneyPasser-by
F.H. DayInnocence
Nick DennisTelegraph Boy
Ray DevlinThe Champ
Malcolm DuncanClyde Post
José Ferrer2nd Policeman
J. FitzgeraldPasser-by
Mrs. FralickPasser-by
Clyde Franklin1st Policeman
Beth FranklynMrs. Ryerson
Marion FredericPasser-by
Alice FreyPasser-by
John GriggsChancellor Whitelaw
Lawrence GrossmithTheodore Whitelaw
John HarringtonRemy Marco
Joy HathawayMrs. Ritter
Eleanor HealyPasser-by
James KearnsPasser-by
Timothy Lynn KearsePasser-by
John M. KlineCalvin Ritter
Irja KoskiPasser-by
James La CurtoLefty
Annette Le MayPasser-by
Roy Le MayDouglas F. Rosenbloom
Ted LeveyPasser-by
Frances LevianPasser-by
Harry LevianSad Sam
Geoffrey LindPasser-by
Dan MalloyPasser-by
M. MiltosPasser-by
E. MolenedykPasser-by
Percy MooreCommissioner Mahoney
R. NorvakPasser-by
Winton SearsPasser-by
Fred SteinwayPasser-by
Joseph SweeneyMike
Richard TaberEx-Jockey Kirk
Clyde VeauxGiuseppe
Walter WagnerTaxi Driver
Phyllis WelchMary Marco
Charles WellesleyGeorge Hatch
Frankie WheelerThe Singin' Kid