Richard Barbee

Performer

Male

 

Roles

Playbill Cover - The Small Hours The Small Hours
Feb. 15, 1951 - Mar. 3, 1951
John L. Barrett Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Another Love Story Another Love Story
Oct. 12, 1943 - Jan. 8, 1944
Reginald Williams Browne Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Guest in the House Guest in the House
Feb. 24, 1942 - Jul. 4, 1942
Frank Dow Performer
(Original)
 
Mr. Big
Sep. 30, 1941 - Oct. 4, 1941
Dr. Willoughby Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - George Washington Slept Here George Washington Slept Here
Oct. 18, 1940 - Mar. 15, 1941
Mr. Prescott Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Key Largo Key Largo
Nov. 27, 1939 - Feb. 24, 1940
Mr. Wheeler Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Stars in Your Eyes Stars in Your Eyes
Feb. 9, 1939 - May 27, 1939
Dawson Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - And Stars Remain And Stars Remain
Oct. 12, 1936 - Nov. 28, 1936
Perry Feible Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Days Without End Days Without End
Jan. 8, 1934 - Feb. 24, 1934
William Elliott Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Saturday's Children Saturday's Children
Jan. 26, 1927 - Apr. 21, 1928
Willie Sands Performer
(Original)
 
Pomeroy's Past
Apr. 19, 1926 - Jul. 1, 1926
Edward Marsh Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Beggar on Horseback Beggar on Horseback
Mar. 23, 1925 - Apr. 4, 1925
Dr. Albert Rice Performer
(Original)
 
Beggar on Horseback
Feb. 12, 1924 - Aug. 23, 1924
Dr. Albert Rice Performer
(Original)
 
Robert E. Lee
Nov. 20, 1923 - Dec. 1, 1923
Ray Warrenton Performer
(Original)
 
Gringo
Dec. 12, 1922 - Jan. 1, 1923
Leonard Light Performer
(Original)
 
Wild Oats Lane
Sep. 6, 1922 - Sep. 1, 1922
The Up-and-Down Kid Performer
(Original)
 
Transplanting Jean
Jan. 3, 1921 - Feb. 1, 1921
Jean Bernard Performer
(Original)
 
 
 
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