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Paths of Glory   

Plymouth Theatre, (9/26/1935 - circa. 10/1935)
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Opening Date: Sep 26, 1935    
Closing Date: Oct 1935 Total Performances: 23

Category: Play, Tragedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Tragedy in Sixteen Scenes
Setting: France and Germany

Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hopkins
Written by Sidney Howard; from a novel by Humphrey Cobb
Staged by Arthur Hopkins
Scenic Design by Henry Dreyfuss
Robert AdamsJouvet
Paul AlbertsDurand
Lee BakerColonel Dax
E. J. BallantineCaptain Saucy
Edgar BarrierCaptain Renouart
Sanford BickartSarcy
John BohnCorporal Riviere
Milo BoultonDuval
Ranney ComptonColonel Labouchere
Jerome CowanFerol
Stephen CraneLeJeune
Herschel CropperRothier
Jack DanielsPerdreau
Jack DavisCaptain Herbillion
Ann DereThe Proprietress of the Café du Carrefour
Roland DrewLieutenant Roget
Ted ErwinTessier
Bernard FabriziBeyle
Carl FrankCaptain Etienne
Nicholas HarlowLieutenant Saint-Auben
William HarriganDidier
Perry IvinsSergeant-Chaplain Picard
Wardell JenningsLalance
Bernard KisnerNolet
David LeonardConstant
Benedict MacQuarrieA Regimental Doctor
Arthur MarloweThionville
Myron McCormickLanglois
Harold MoffetSergeant Jonnart
Leonard PennCaptain Nicholas
Dick PurcellSergeant Gounod
Roger QuinlanDufour
Guy ReppCaptain Charpentier
Philip RobinsonRichet
Jack RoseleighGeneral Assolant
Richard RossClermont
George RyanCaptain Tanon
Cyril ScottGeneral de Guerville
John SeagerCaptain Ibels
Jerry SloaneAn Observer
George W. SmithSergeant Darde
Paul StillerFasquelle
Norman StuartLieutenant Arnaud
George TobiasMeyer
Clem WilenchickPoujade