Old Dutch (1915)

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The story relates how Ludwig Streusand and his daughter, Violet, are living in New York. Ludwig is known as "Old Dutch," and after years of hard study and labor he completes his invention ... See full summary »



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(1909). Stage Play: Old Dutch. Musical/farce. Music by Victor Herbert. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Herald Square Theatre: 22 Nov 1909- 5 Feb 1910 (88 performances). Cast: Albert Aporta (as "Chorus"), Mabel Barnes (as "Chorus"), Louis Boyle (as "Chorus"), Blanche Brooks (as "Chorus"), John Bunny (as "Franz von Bomberg"), Miriam Butler (as "Chorus"), Josephine Carlin (as "Kate"), Harry Carmack (as "Chorus"), Vernon Castle (as "Honorable Algernon Clymber"), Jeanne Crane (as "Chorus"), Billee Cuppia (as "Mabel"), Charlotte Cushman (as "Chorus"), Natalie Dare (as "Chorus"), Eva Davenport (as "Rosa von Bomberg"), Minna Davenport (as "Chorus"), Henry Detloff (as "Chorus"), Harry Devine (as "Chorus"), Libby Diamond (as "Chorus"), Edna Dodsworth (as "Chorus"), Layne Donaldson (as "Chorus"), John Donnelly (as "Grenwald/Chorus"), Alice Dovey (as "Lisa Streusand"), George Dowling (as "Gendarmes"), Sue Duval (as "Chorus"), Lew M. Fields (as "Ludwig Streusand"), Dolly Filly (as "Chorus"), Louis Finnery (as "Chorus"), Arthur Fisher (as "Chorus"), Lillian Foster (as "Chorus"), Robert Fuehrer (as "Little Hans"), Wood Gobel (as "Oskar"), Gertrude Grant (as "Chorus/Gretchen"), Frank Griffiths (as "Chorus"), Jane Grover (as "Gwendolyn"), Frank Hallam (as "Chorus"), Harry Harrington (as "Franz"), Helen Hayes (as "Little Mime"), John E. Henshaw (as "Leopold Mueller"), Hannah Hess (as "Babette"), Rhea Hess (as "Fleurette"), Hortense (as "Dance Specialty"), George Howe (as "Chorus"), Nettie Hyde (as "Olga"), Victor Hyde (as "Messenger/Allan"), Isabelle Jason (as "Chorus"), Mack Johnston (as "Jean"), Charles Judels (as "Joseph Cusinier"), Mazie Kimball (as "Chorus"), Elsie Le Boy (as "Margaret"), Adah Lewis (as "Alma Villianyi"), Lighting Charlie (as "Lighting Charlie"), George Lynch (as "Wilhelm"), Evelyn Martin (as "Chorus"), Lavinia Mason (as "Chorus"), Thomas B. McCormick (as "Adelbert"), Rose Monroe (as "Chorus"), Paul Moore (as "Chorus"), Lotta Morse (as "Chorus"), Marise Naughton (as "Julia"), Joseph Norwich (as "Gustave"), Robert O'Neill (as "Chorus"), Beatrice Priest (as "Chorus"), Elsie Raymond (as "Chorus"), William Raymond (as "Alfred von Bomberg"), Ruth Rider (as "Lois/Chorus"), Fred Roberts (as "Rudolf"), Irene Russell (as "The Girl with the Hair Lip"), Opal Scott (as "Chorus"), Gwen Sears (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Smith (as "Chorus"), William Steyers (as "Chorus"), Joseph Torpey (as "Gendarmes"), Marion Whitney (as "Maude"), William Whittaker (as "Chorus"), May Willard (as "Freda/Chorus"). Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert Inc. and Lew Fields. Note: Filmed by The Shubert Film Corp. [distributed by World Film] as Old Dutch (1915).

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15 February 1915

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English


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USA

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