Albert Woodruff is rejected by pretty Ruth Allen in favor of his friend, Justin Victor. Albert gets his revenge by faking his own death--by finding a man who looks just like him and killing... See full summary »
(1922). Stage Play: It Is the Law. Melodrama. Written by Elmer Rice. Ritz Theatre: 29 Nov 1922- Mar 1923 (closing date unknown/125 performances). Cast: Charles P. Bates, Rose Burdick (as "Lillian"), John Burr, Joe De Stefani, Charles Goodrich, Arthur Hohl (as "Albert Woodruff"), Thomas Hood, William Ingersoll (as "Theodore Cummings"), Ralph Kellard, James Linhart, Alexander Onslow, Hans Robert, John Francis, Richard Stevenson, Alma Tell (as "Ruth"), Jack Thorne, Valerie Valaire, A.H. Van Buren (as "William Elliott"), Walter Walker, Frank H. Westerton (as "Edward Harley") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Samuel Wallach. Note: Filmed by Fox Film Corporation as It Is the Law (1924). Arthur Hohl reprised role in film (a 1922 Universal short shared the same title with no connection to the play).
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