THE CAROLINIAN
By Rafael Sabatini and J. Harold Terry. Staged by Hamilton
McFadden. Produced by Charles L. Wagner, at the Sam H. Harris
Theatre, New York, November 2, 1925. 24 performances.
Directed by Hamilton McFadden.
Cast: (in order of their appearance)

Helen Chisolm...
Mrs. Brewton
Valerie Petri...Mrs. Ralph Izard
Norman Cannon...Major Sykes
John Maroney...Ralph Izard
Edward Lester...Captain Davenant
Cosmo Bellew...Colonel Harvey
Charles Esdale...Sir James Gaspard
Agnes Atherton...Lady Gaspard
Reginald Owen...Captain Manderville
Charles Warburton...Andrew Carey
Martha-Bryan Allen...Myrtle Carey
Arthur Forrest...John Rutledge
Edwin Mordant...William Moultrie
Guy Standing...Lord William Campbell
Elizabeth Stevenson...Lady William Campbell
Sidney Blackmer...Harry Latimer
Murray Bennett...Hanibal
John Storm...Mr. Trevor
Paul Martin...Captain Lee
David Owen...Lieutenant Shubrick
Walker Moore...Ensign Laurens
Robert Montgomery...Captain Shenstone
Pierre Mario...Andre Randolph
Vivien Kellems...Sarah Custis
Winifred Spear...Louis Carter
Joseph Mitchell...John Lewis
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Act I. -- An evening in June, 1774. The spacious hall adjoining the
Grand Assembly Room of Charles Town. Acts II and III. -- May,
1779. The same scene changed into Headquarters for the Colonial
Army.


Note: Interestingly, one of the songs featured in this play was
"Mighty Lak' a Rose," a song which figured prominently in Robert
Montgomery's 1937 film "Night Must Fall" as the song he ominously
whistled throughout the film.
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