Gender
Male
Born
Jun 27, 1874
New York, New York, USA
Died
Jun 11, 1955
Bayside, New York, USA
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Also Known As
John L. Golden
Seventh Heaven (May 26, 1955 - Jul 02, 1955)
  • Original play produced by John Golden
MusicalOriginal
Fanny (Nov 04, 1954 - Dec 16, 1956)
  • Advertising: John Golden
MusicalOriginal
The Male Animal (May 15, 1952 - Jan 31, 1953)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyRevival
They Knew What They Wanted (Feb 16, 1949 - Apr 09, 1949)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyRevival
  • Theatre Owned / Operated by John Golden
SpecialConcertOriginal
Made in Heaven (Oct 24, 1946 - Jan 11, 1947)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
A Place of Our Own (Apr 02, 1945 - Apr 07, 1945)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
But Not Goodbye (Apr 11, 1944 - Apr 29, 1944)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
Susan and God (Dec 13, 1943 - Dec 18, 1943)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Army Play-by Play (Jun 14, 1943 - Sep 04, 1943)
  • Where'er We Go
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
  • First Cousins
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
  • Button Your Lip
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
  • Mail Call
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
  • Pack Up Your Troubles
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Production Supervisor: John Golden
PlayOriginal
Three's a Family (May 05, 1943 - Jul 08, 1944)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
Counsellor-at-Law (Nov 24, 1942 - Jul 10, 1943)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayRevival
Angel Street (Dec 05, 1941 - Dec 30, 1944)
  • Theatre Owned / Operated by John Golden
PlayThrillerOriginal
Theatre (Nov 12, 1941 - Jan 10, 1942)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Staged by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Claudia (Feb 12, 1941 - Jan 09, 1943)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
The Old Foolishness (Dec 20, 1940 - Dec 21, 1940)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
Skylark (Oct 11, 1939 - May 25, 1940)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
The White Steed (Jan 10, 1939 - Closing date unknown)
  • Theatre Owned / Operated by John Golden
PlayDramaOriginal
Lightnin' (Sep 15, 1938 - Nov 1938)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Staged by John Golden
PlayComedyRevival
Susan and God (Oct 07, 1937 - Jun 10, 1938)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
And Now Good-bye (Feb 02, 1937 - Feb 1937)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayDramaOriginal
Three Wise Fools (Mar 01, 1936 - Mar 1936)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyRevival
Tomorrow's a Holiday (Dec 30, 1935 - Jan 1936)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayDramaOriginal
A Touch of Brimstone (Sep 22, 1935 - Dec 1935)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
The Bishop Misbehaves (Feb 20, 1935 - Jun 1935)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
No Questions Asked (Feb 05, 1934 - Feb 1934)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Staged by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
A Divine Drudge (Oct 26, 1933 - Nov 1933)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Staged by John Golden
  • Written by John Golden
PlayDramaOriginal
When Ladies Meet (May 15, 1933 - May 1933)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
When Ladies Meet (Oct 06, 1932 - Mar 04, 1933)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Riddle Me This (Feb 25, 1932 - May 21, 1932)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Savage Rhythm (Dec 31, 1931 - Jan 1932)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayDramaOriginal
Caught Wet (Nov 04, 1931 - Nov 1931)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
After Tomorrow (Aug 26, 1931 - Nov 1931)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Directed by John Golden
  • Written by John Golden
PlayDramaOriginal
As Husbands Go (Mar 05, 1931 - Jul 1931)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
London Calling (Oct 18, 1930 - Oct 1930)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
That's Gratitude (Sep 11, 1930 - Mar 1931)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Ada Beats the Drum (May 08, 1930 - Jun 1930)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Joseph (Feb 12, 1930 - Feb 1930)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Salt Water (Nov 26, 1929 - Feb 1930)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Staged by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Let Us Be Gay (Feb 19, 1929 - Dec 1929)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Night Hostess (Sep 12, 1928 - Closing date unknown)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedy DramaOriginal
Eva the Fifth (Aug 28, 1928 - Oct 1928)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Staged by John Golden
  • Written by John Golden
PlayOriginal
Four Walls (Sep 19, 1927 - Jan 1928)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
The Gossipy Sex (Apr 19, 1927 - May 1927)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayFarceOriginal
Two Girls Wanted (Sep 09, 1926 - Jun 1927)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
The Wisdom Tooth (Feb 15, 1926 - Jul 1926)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
A Holy Terror (Sep 28, 1925 - Oct 1925)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
Pigs (Sep 01, 1924 - Jun 1925)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Chicken Feed (Sep 24, 1923 - Jan 1924)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Seventh Heaven (Oct 30, 1922 - Jul 1924)
  • Produced by John Golden
  • Staged by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Spite Corner (Sep 25, 1922 - Jan 1923)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
A Serpent's Tooth (Aug 24, 1922 - Sep 1922)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayOriginal
Thank You (Oct 03, 1921 - May 1922)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
The Wheel (Aug 29, 1921 - Sep 1921)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayDramaOriginal
The Midnight Rounders of 1921 (Feb 07, 1921 - Apr 02, 1921)
  • Additional lyrics by John Golden
MusicalRevueOriginal
Dear Me (Jan 17, 1921 - May 1921)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
The First Year (Oct 20, 1920 - Aug 1922)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Thunder (Sep 22, 1919 - Oct 1919)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Three Wise Fools (Oct 31, 1918 - Aug 1919)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Lightnin' (Aug 26, 1918 - Aug 27, 1921)
  • Produced by John Golden
PlayComedyOriginal
Everything (Aug 22, 1918 - May 17, 1919)
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalRevue SpectacleOriginal
Cheer Up (Aug 23, 1917 - May 11, 1918)
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalRevueOriginal
Go to It (Oct 24, 1916 - Nov 1916)
  • Music by John L. Golden
  • Book by John L. Golden
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalOriginal
The Big Show (Aug 31, 1916 - May 05, 1917)
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalRevue SpectacleOriginal
Sybil (Jan 10, 1916 - Jun 03, 1916)
  • Additional lyrics by John Golden
  • Additional music by John Golden
MusicalComedyOriginal
A World of Pleasure (Oct 14, 1915 - Jan 22, 1916)
  • Additional lyrics by John L. Golden
  • Additional music by John L. Golden
MusicalRevueOriginal
Hip! Hip! Hooray! [1915] (Sep 30, 1915 - Jun 03, 1916)
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalRevueOriginal
The Sunshine Girl (Feb 03, 1913 - Sep 20, 1913)
  • Featuring songs by John Golden
MusicalOriginal
The Girl from Montmartre (Aug 05, 1912 - Apr 1913)
  • Additional lyrics by John Golden
PlayFarce Play with musicOriginal
A Winsome Widow (Apr 11, 1912 - Sep 07, 1912)
  • Additional numbers by John Golden
MusicalComedy FarceOriginal
Over the River (Jan 08, 1912 - Apr 20, 1912)
  • Music by John Golden
  • Lyrics by John Golden
MusicalExtravaganza FarceOriginal
Judy Forgot (Oct 06, 1910 - Nov 12, 1910)
  • Featuring songs by John Golden
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by John Golden
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Echo (Aug 17, 1910 - Oct 01, 1910)
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalOriginal
Girlies (Jun 13, 1910 - Aug 27, 1910)
  • Additional lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalComedyOriginal
Tillie's Nightmare (May 05, 1910 - Dec 1911)
  • Featuring songs by John L. Golden
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Candy Shop (Apr 27, 1909 - Jun 12, 1909)
  • Music by John L. Golden
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Hoyden (Oct 19, 1907 - Feb 01, 1908)
  • Music by John L. Golden
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalComedyOriginal
Miss Prinnt (Dec 25, 1900 - Nov 19, 1901)
  • Music by John L. Golden
  • Lyrics by John L. Golden
MusicalComedyOriginal

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