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Too Many Boats   

Playhouse Theatre, (9/11/1934 - 9/1934)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 11, 1934    
Closing Date: Sep 1934 Total Performances: 7

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Camp Blaisbell, Philippine Islands, 1918.

Production Staff
Produced by William A. Brady
Written by Owen Davis; Based on the novel by Charles L. Clifford
Staged by William A. Brady
Scenic Design by Robert Barnhart
Ruth Abbott
Betty Withers
Richard Bond
Horace Braham
Major Von Kurtz
Eleazer Brice
Private Tousant Greer
Alston Burleigh
Captain Chaplain Randolph
A.B. Comatheire
Private Brant
John Davis
Private Joe Grey
Nancy Dover
Barbara Lake
James Dunmore
Private Paul Simon
Ernest Evans
Private George Acorne
John Ferguson
Private John Smith
Helen Flint
Thelma Von Kurtz
Ruth Gates
Mrs. Hart
Shirley Gibbs
Nancy Carter
James Gill
Private Peter Lee
Jesse Gines
Sergeant Robert Washington
Earl Goff
Private Franklin
Mitchell Harris
Colonel Hart
Arnie Howard
Private Franklin Southern
Charles Kennedy
Lt. Col. Mathewson
Earle Larimore
Captain "Cork" Coates
Herman Lynn
Private Louie Wadlin
Eric Mansfield
Lieutenant Willard
John Marriott
1st Sergeant Warren
Joseph Martin
Private Jeff Woodbury
Donald McClelland
Captain Withers
Mack McCoy
Private Isiah Crowle
Henderson Muziel
Private Peter Lazarus
Brandon Peters
Lt. Col. Decker
Hayes Prior
Private Grumby
John Remy
Private Anthony Caesar
Elmore Sanders
Private Marc Samson
Frank Shannon
Lieutenant Shard
William Smith
Private Thomas Jackson
Charles Stewart
Sentry No. 5
Al Stokes
Private Dinkin
Louis Teague
Private Joe Tompkins
Anne Teeman
Julie Shaw
Joseph Tiggs
Private Jeff Wendel
Rudolph Toombs
Corporal Murphy
Percy Verwayne
Corporal Rivins
Henry Whittemore
Major Hunt
Frank Williams
Private Elisah Cunningham
Harry Worth
Captain Brannan