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(1917- 1933). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1917). Stage Play: Over the Top. Musical revue. Book by Philip Bartholomae and Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Additional numbers by Herman Timberg. Lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward and Charles Manning. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Additional lyrics by Philip Bartholomae. Additional music by Frank Carter. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by Directed by J.C. Huffman. Lew Fields' 44th Street Roof Garden: 28 Nov 1917- 2 Feb 1918 (78 performances). Cast: Miss Arnold, Adele Astaire [Broadway debut], Fred Astaire [Broadway debut], Anita Baldwin, Muriel Barnes, T. Roy Barnes, Anna Berg, Aleen Bronson, Bly Brown, Craig Campbell, Clara Carroll, Jean Carroll, Miss Cassidy, Florence Challenger, Kewpie Collier, Ray Conlin, Paul Cordes, Louise Dale, Harry Detlof, Mary Eaton, Miss Eden, Miss Edward, Miss Forbes, Aileen French, Ada Fuld, Justine Johnstone, Joe Laurie, Miss Levine, Beatrice Little, Martha Lorber, Ted Lorraine, Ma-Belle, Charles Mack, Molly Moore, Frank Murphy, Miss Murray, Dagmar Oakland [Broadway debut], Vivien Oakland, Betty Pierce, Miss Powell, Phyllis Prince, Jean Rebera, Rose Rolanda, Miss Rook, F. Rowe, Edna Russell, Emma Sharrock, Harry Sharrock, Beatrice Sommers, Miss Sortelle, Flo Summerville, Hal Taggart, Miss Warwick, Nina Whittmore, Hilda Wright, Miss Youde. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1918). Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1918. Musical revue. Book and Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Additional lyrics by Joe Young, J. Will Callahan and Harry DeCosta. Additional music by Harry DeCosta, Ray Perkins, Russell Tarbox, Augustus Barratt and Lee S. Roberts. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 25 Jul 1918- 9 Nov 1918 (142 performances). Cast: Arthur Albro, Adele Astaire, Fred Astaire, Kitty Astra, George Barnum, Edward Basse, Lare Benson, May Booth, Virginia Fox Brooks, Trixie Brunette, Nell Carrington, Dorothy Clay, Lew Clayton, Louise Conti, Fawn Conway, Ruth Coster, Rose Coyle, Beatrice De Roe, Adrienne Dillon, Peggy Dixon, Dorsha, David Dreyer, Helen Edwards, Alice Elliott, Billie Elliott, Florence Elmore, Violet Englefield, Frank Fay, Betty Fitch, Ella Foster, Inez Francis, Weedie Furlong, Pearl Germond, Mary Gray, Frank Hall, Jack Hall, Channing Hare, Marion Harley, Loretta Harris, George Hassell, Irene Held, Harry Homan, Eugene Howard, Willie Howard, Frances Hudson, Grace Keeshon, Elsie LaMont, Grace Lee, Jay Lindsay, Mona Lorraine, Isabelle Lowe, Ann Mason, Barbara McCree, Dolores Mendez, Emily Miles, Peggy Mitchell, Gypsy Mooney, Marion Mooney, Mae Moore, Lotta Morse, Nita Naldi, Helen Neary, Arline Page, Betty Palmer, Peggy Pendleton, Edith Pierce, Dorothy Pond, Peggy Radford, Stanley Rayburn, Trixie Raymond, Jessie Reed, Mary Rinehart, Betty Ritch, Grace Rivers, Isabelle Rodrigues, Olga Roller, Aileen Rooney, Charles Ruggles, George Schiller, Orilla Smith, Marie Stafford, Marion Stafford, Teddy Stevens, Lillian Stone, Ralph Symington, Nan Valentine, Dolly Wallace, Ethel Walsh, Sam White, Edna Whitney, Florence Wilde, Elsie Young. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1919). Stage Play: Apple Blossoms. Musical/operetta. Book by William LeBaron. Lyrics by William Le Baron. Based on a novel by Alexandre Dumas père. Musical Director: William Daly. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Directed by Fred G. Latham and Edward Royce. Globe Theatre: 7 Oct 1919- 24 Apr 1920 (256 performances). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1921). Stage Play: The Love Letter. Musical comedy.

(1922). Stage Play: For Goodness Sake. Musical comedy. Material by Fred Jackson. Lyrics by Arthur Jackson. Music by William Daly and Paul Lannin. Musical Director: William Daly. Additional music by George Gershwin. Additional lyrics by Arthur Francis. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster. Additional Staging by Julian Alfred. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Lyric Theatre: 21 Feb 1922- 20 May 1922 (103 performances). Cast: Harry R. Allen, Adele Astaire (as "Suzanne Hayden"), Fred Astaire (as "Teddy Lawrence"), Roger Buckley, Helen Ford, Vinton Freedley, Marjorie Gateson, Jack Goeirs, Kitty Gray, John E. Hazzard, James Herold, Doris Hyde, Sylvia Jocelyn, Charles Judels, Bebe LaVelle, Muriel Lodge, Lenore Lukens, Dana Mayo, Peggy Mitchell, Fred Packard, Helen Paine, Ann Poulson, Phyllis Reynolds, Lorraine Sherwood, Russell Swann, Violet Vale. Produced by Alex Aarons.

(1922). Stage Play: The Bunch and Judy. Musical comedy. Music by Jerome Kern. Book by Anne Caldwell (also lyrics) and Hugh Ford. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by Wanamaker, Paul Poiret and George Barbier. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Globe Theatre: 28 Nov 1922- 20 Jan 1923 (63 performances). Cast: Helen Allen, Adele Astaire (as "Judy Jordan/Paulina"), Fred Astaire (as "Gerald Lane/Antonio"), Roberta Beatty (as "Lady Janet"), Marie Brady, Maurice Chapman, Mabel Claire (as "Tessa"), Patrice Clark, Betty Cline, Lola Curtis, Ursula Dale, Clifford Daly, Roger Davis, Delano Dell, Hazel Donnelly, Johnny Dooley (as "Otto Steger/Rocco"), Ray Dooley (as "Evie Dallas/Lizetta"), Helyn Eby Rock, Louis Emery, Gertrude Feeley, Carol Flower, Margery Flynn, Marie Francis, Gladys Goldwin, Chester Grady, Edward Graham, Ona Hamilton, Grace Hayes, Bertha Holley, Jack Hughes, Eleanor Ladd, Doris Landy, Edna Locke, Madelyn Lombard, J.M. McKenzie, W. McLellan, Alida Middlecoat, Augustus Minton, Kathleen Mullane, Kenneth Munro, Elaine Palmer, Lee Patrick (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Mary Pearce, Thomas Wigney Percyval (as "Foxhall Davidson"), Louise Powell, Eugene Revere (as "Kelly"), Charles Roberts, Adelaide Robinson, Rita Royce, Lydia Scott, Mildred Sinclair, Jet Stanley, Clifford Stone, George Tawde (as "Robin"), Philip Tonge (as "Lord Kinlock "), Al Watson, George Wharton, Lillian White (as "Marguerite de Belmont"), Ruth White (as "Estelle"), Billie Wilcox, R.H. Wilder. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1924). Stage Play: Lady, Be Good. Musical comedy. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Based on material by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson. Musical Director: Paul Lannin. Music orchestrated by Paul Lannin, Robert Russell Bennett, Charles Grant, Stephen Jones, Max Steiner and William Daly. Musical direction by Sammy Lee. Directed by Felix Edwardes. Liberty Theatre: 1 Dec 1924-12 Sep 1925 (330 performances). Cast: Victor Arden, Ward Arnold, Adele Astaire, Fred Astaire, Jayne Auburn, Charles Bannister, James Bradbury, Walter Catlett, Patricia Clarke, Hal Crusins, Richard Devonshire, Dorothy Donovan, Alan Edwards, 'Cliff Edwards' (as "Jeff"), Edna Farrell, Jack Fraley, Alfred Hale, Peggy Hart, Maxine Henry, Dorothy Hollis, Harry Howell, Dorothy Hughes, Mary Hutchinson, Madeline Janis, Edward Jephson, Jeanearl Johnson, Grace Jones, Elmira Lahmann, Charles LaValle, Ethel Lind, Frances Lindell, Gertrude Livingstone, Bryan Lycan, 'Lionel Maclyn' (as "Ensemble"), Kathlene Martyn, Lillian Mitchell, Esther Morris, Francis Murphy, Phil Ohman, Tony Otto, Jessie Payne, Peggy Pitou, Peggy Quinn, Richard Renaud, Sylvia Shawn, Gerald Oliver Smith, Daniel Sparks, Mildred Stevens, Doris Waldron, Irene Wiley, Paulette Winston. Produced by Vinton Freedley and Alex Aarons.

(1925). Stage Play: Sunny. Musical comedy. Book by Otto A. Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Music arranged by Russell Bennett. Scenic Design by James Reynolds. Costume Design by James Reynolds. Dances arranged by Julian Mitchell and Dave Bennett. Marilyn Miller's Hunt Ball dance arranged by Alexis Kosloff. Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails' dances arranged by Dorothy Tiller. Marilyn Miller's dances with Boys produced by Fred Astaire. Directed by Hassard Short. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Sep 1925- 11 Dec 1926 (517 performances). Cast: Marilyn Miller, Charles Angelo, Alfred Arnold, Russell Ash, Jean Audree, William Bennett, Alice Brady, Mary Brady, Elmer Brown, Irving Carter, Gordon B. Clarke, Virginia Clark, Joan Clement, Vera Colburn, May Cornes, Miriam Crosby, Elizabeth Darling, Beatrice De Shaw, Frank Doane, Jack Donohue, Nellie Douglas, Dorothy Durland, Walter Fairmont, Jeanne Fonda, Paul Frawley, Dean Freeman, Helene Gardner, Eddie Graham, Pauline Hall, Louis Harrison, Mary Hay, Grace Holt, Esther Howard, Wensley Johnston, Ray Justus, Pert Kelton, Julia Lane, Myrtle Lane, Helen McDonald, Trude Marr, Lucy Monroe, Lee Moore, Roy Moore, Bill O'Donnell, Donald Oltrash, 'Elsa Peterson', Nickie Pittell, Elva Pomfret, Richard Renaud, Phyllis Reynolds, Leila Riley, Minard Roosa, Don Rowen, Rita Royce, William Scholar Jr., Iris Smith, Peggy Soden, Harry Spencer, Hilda Wynn Stanley, Jet Stanley, Louise Starck, Marshall D. Sullivan, Marion Swords, Ward Tallman, Ayres Tavitt, Norma Taylor, Billy Walsh, Clifton Webb, Maxine Wells, Ted Wenning, Doris Wentworth, James Wilson, 'Louis Yaeckel'. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1927). Stage Play: Funny Face. Musical comedy. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Book by Fred Thompson and Paul Girard Smith. Musical Direction by Alfred Newman. Scenic Design by John Wenger. Costume Design by Kiviette. Dances and Ensembles by Bobby Connolly. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Alvin Theatre: 22 Nov 1927- 23 Jun 1928 (244 performances). Cast: Adele Astaire (as "Frankie"), Fred Astaire (as "Jimmy Reeve"), Allen Kearns (as "Peter Thurston"), William Kent (as "Dugsie Gibbs"), Victor Moore (as "Herbert"), Kay Annis (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Winifred Beck (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Marcia Bell (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Vera Berg (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Edwin Bidwell (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Mildred Brower (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Dowell Brown (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Jean Carroll (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Helen Clare (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Austin Clark (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Betty Compton (as "Dora"), William Cooper (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Arthur Craig (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Norman Curtis (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Peggy Daubert (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Dorothy Dawn (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Eugene Day (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ann Ecklund (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Adelyn Endore (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Jack Fraley (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Elsie Frank (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Sherry Gale (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Bob Gebhardt (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Gloria Glennon (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ona Hamilton (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Earl Hampton (as "Chester"), Edwin Hodge (as "Hotel Clerk"), Thomas Hodges (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Alma Hookey (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Paul Jensen (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Dorothy Jordan (as "Bell Hop/Lady of the Ensemble"), Richard Keith (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Adrienne Lampel (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Helen Leslie (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), W.L. Mack (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ted MacLean (as "Sergeant of Police"), 'Lionel Maclyn' (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Frances Markey (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Maxine Marshall (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Tom Martin (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Pauline Mason (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ethel Maye (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Gertrude McDonald (as "June"), Estelle Mercier (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Gordon Merrick (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Lillian Michel (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Walter Munroe (as "Porter/Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Jo Navarro (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Elsie Neal (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Richard Neely (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marie Otto (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ruth Penery (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Boo Phelps (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Edwin Preble (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Peggy Quinn (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Fritz Reinhard (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Rita Romero (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Ruth Sato (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Marshall Scott (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marjorie Seltzer (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Bobby Shutta (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Sam Simpson (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ray Stilley (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marion Tierney (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Billie Walker (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Walter Wandell (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Polly Williams (as "Lady of the Ensemble"). Produced by Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedley. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Funny Face (1957).

(1931). Stage Play: The Band Wagon. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Book by George S. Kaufman and Howard Dietz'. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson. Costume Design by Kiviette and Constance Ripley. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Directed by Hassard Short. New Amsterdam Theatre: 3 Jun 1931- 16 Jan 1932 (260 performances). Cast: Adele Astaire [final Broadway role], Fred Astaire (in "Sweet Music"/For Good Old Nectar/"Hoops" as "Simpson Cater/The Pride of Claghornes/"New Sun in the Sky"/"I Love Louisa"/"The Beggar Waltz"/Dance/"White Heat"/The Demonstrator/Pour La Bain), John Barker, Helen Broderick, Helen Carrington, Philip Loeb, Tillie Losch, Frank Morgan (as "Col. Jefferson Claghorne"), Francis Pierlot (as "Ely Cater"), Roberta Robinson, Jay Wilson. Produced by Max Gordon.

(1932). Stage Play: Gay Divorce. Musical comedy. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Book by Dwight Taylor. Based on an unproduced play by J. Hartley Manners. Musical Director: Gene Salzer. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Robert Russell Bennett. Book adapted by Kenneth S. Webb and Samuel Hoffenstein. Choreographed by Carl Randall and Barbara Newberry. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costumes under the supervision of Raymond Sovey. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 16 Jan 1933- close): 29 Nov 1932- 1 Jul 1933 (248 performances). Cast: Fred Astaire (as "Guy") [final Broadway role], Luella Gear (as "Hortense"), Claire Luce (as "Mimi"), Edna Abbey, Helen Allen, Eric Blore (as "Waiter"), Roland Bottomley (as "Mr. Pratt"), Joan Burgess, Martin Cravath, Eleanor Etheridge, Sonia B. Fitch, Jean Frontai, Mitzi Garner (as "Diana), Taylor Gordon (as "Robert"), Billie Green (as "Ann"), Ethel Hampton, G.P. Huntley (as "Teddy"), Mary Jo Mathews, Grace Moore (as "Evelyn"), Pat Palmer (as "Pat"), Erik Rhodes [credited as Ernest Sharpe] (as "Tonetti"), Bobbie Sheehan, Jacquie Simmons, Betty Starbuck (as "Barbara"), Dorothy Waller (as "Joyce"). Produced by Dwight Wiman and Tom Weatherly.

(1920's- ). Astaire appeared on the London stage and was active as a recording artist, radio personality and entered films in 1933, appeared on television beginning in 1957. The following list is undoubtedly incomplete:

(1921) Stage: Appeared in "The Love Letter" on Broadway.

(1922) Stage: Appeared in "For Goodness Sake" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Material by Fred Jackson. Lyrics by Arthur Jackson. Music by William Daly and Paul Lannin. Musical Director: William Daly. Additional music by George Gershwin. Additional lyrics by Arthur Francis. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster. Additional Staging by Julian Alfred. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Lyric Theatre: 21 Feb 1922-20 May 1922 (103 performances). Cast: Harry R. Allen, Adele Astaire, Roger Buckley, Helen Ford, Vinton Freedley, Marjorie Gateson, Jack Goeirs, Kitty Gray, John E. Hazzard, James Herold, Doris Hyde, Sylvia Jocelyn, Charles Judels, Bebe LaVelle, Muriel Lodge, Lenore Lukens, Dana Mayo, Peggy Mitchell, Fred Packard, Helen Paine, Ann Poulson, Phyllis Reynolds, Lorraine Sherwood, Russell Swann, Violet Vale. Produced by Alex Aarons.

(1922). Stage Play: The Bunch and Judy. Musical comedy. Music by Jerome Kern. Book by Anne Caldwell (also lyrics) and Hugh Ford. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by Wanamaker, Paul Poiret and George Barbier. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Globe Theatre: 28 Nov 1922- 20 Jan 1923 (63 performances). Cast: Helen Allen, Adele Astaire (as "Judy Jordan/Paulina"), Fred Astaire (as "Gerald Lane/Antonio"), Roberta Beatty (as "Lady Janet"), Marie Brady, Maurice Chapman, Mabel Claire (as "Tessa"), Patrice Clark, Betty Cline, Lola Curtis, Ursula Dale, Clifford Daly, Roger Davis, Delano Dell, Hazel Donnelly, Johnny Dooley (as "Otto Steger" / "Rocco"), Ray Dooley (as "Evie Dallas" / "Lizetta"), Helyn Eby Rock, Louis Emery, Gertrude Feeley, Carol Flower, Margery Flynn, Marie Francis, Gladys Goldwin, Chester Grady, Edward Graham, Ona Hamilton, Grace Hayes, Bertha Holley, Jack Hughes, Eleanor Ladd, Doris Landy, Edna Locke, Madelyn Lombard, J.M. McKenzie, W. McLellan, Alida Middlecoat, Augustus Minton, Kathleen Mullane, Kenneth Munro, Elaine Palmer, Lee Patrick (as "Ensemble"; Broadway debut), Mary Pearce, Thomas Wigney Percyval (as "Foxhall Davidson"), Louise Powell, Eugene Revere (as "Kelly"), Charles Roberts, Adelaide Robinson, Rita Royce, Lydia Scott, Mildred Sinclair, Jet Stanley, Clifford Stone, George Tawde (as "Robin"), Philip Tonge (as "Lord Kinlock "), Al Watson, George Wharton, Lillian White (as "Marguerite de Belmont"), Ruth White (as "Estelle"), Billie Wilcox, R.H. Wilder. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1924) Stage: Appeared (as "Dick Trevor") in "Lady, Be Good" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Based on material by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson. Musical Director by Paul Lannin. Music orchestrated by Paul Lannin, Robert Russell Bennett, Charles Grant, Stephen Jones, Max Steiner and William Daly. Musical direction by Sammy Lee. Directed by Felix Edwardes. Liberty Theatre: 1 Dec 1924-12 Sep 1925 (330 performances). Cast: Victor Arden, Ward Arnold, Adele Astaire, Jayne Auburn, Charles Bannister, James Bradbury, Walter Catlett, Patricia Clarke, Hal Crusins, Richard Devonshire, Dorothy Donovan, Alan Edwards, Cliff Edwards (as "Jeff"), Edna Farrell, Jack Fraley, Alfred Hale, Peggy Hart (as "Ensemble"), Maxine Henry, Dorothy Hollis, Harry Howell, Dorothy Hughes, Mary Hutchinson, Madeline Janis, Edward Jephson, Jeanearl Johnson, Grace Jones, Elmira Lahmann, Charles LaValle, Ethel Lind, Frances Lindell, Gertrude Livingstone, Bryan Lycan, Lionel Maclyn, Kathlene Martyn, Lillian Mitchell, Esther Morris, Francis Murphy, Phil Ohman, Tony Otto, Jessie Payne, Peggy Pitou, Peggy Quinn, Richard Renaud, Sylvia Shawn, Gerald Oliver Smith, Daniel Sparks, Mildred Stevens, Doris Waldron, Irene Wiley, Paulette Winston. Produced by Vinton Freedley and Alex Aarons.

(1925) Stage: Appeared in "Sunny" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book / lyrics by Otto A. Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Jerome Kern. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Music arranged by Russell Bennett. Scenic / Costume Design by James Reynolds. Dances arranged by Julian Mitchell and Dave Bennett. Marilyn Miller's Hunt Ball dance arranged by Alexis Kosloff. Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails' dances arranged by Dorothy Tiller. Marilyn Miller's dances with Boys produced by Fred Astaire. Directed by Hassard Short. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Sep 1925-11 Dec 1926 (517 performances). Cast: Marilyn Miller, Charles Angelo, Alfred Arnold, Russell Ash, Jean Audree, William Bennett, Alice Brady, Mary Brady, Elmer Brown, Irving Carter, Gordon B. Clarke, Virginia Clark, Joan Clement, Vera Colburn, May Cornes, Miriam Crosby, Elizabeth Darling, Beatrice De Shaw, Frank Doane, Jack Donohue, Nellie Douglas, Dorothy Durland, Walter Fairmont, Jeanne Fonda, Paul Frawley, Dean Freeman, Helene Gardner, Eddie Graham, Pauline Hall, Louis Harrison, Mary Hay, Grace Holt, Esther Howard, Wensley Johnston, Ray Justus, Pert Kelton, Julia Lane, Myrtle Lane, Helen McDonald, Trude Marr, Lucy Monroe, Lee Moore, Roy Moore, Bill O'Donnell, Donald Oltrash, Elsa Peterson, Nickie Pittell, Elva Pomfret, Richard Renaud, Phyllis Reynolds, Leila Riley, Minard Roosa, Don Rowen, Rita Royce, William Scholar Jr., Iris Smith, Peggy Soden, Harry Spencer, Hilda Wynn Stanley, Jet Stanley, Louise Starck, Marshall D. Sullivan, Marion Swords, Ward Tallman, Ayres Tavitt, Norma Taylor, Billy Walsh, Clifton Webb, Maxine Wells, Ted Wenning, Doris Wentworth, James Wilson, 'Louis Yaeckel'. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1918) Stage: Appeared in "The Passing Show of 1918" on Broadway. Musical revue. Book / Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Additional lyrics by Joe Young, J. Will Callahan and Harry DeCosta. Additional music by Harry DeCosta, Ray Perkins, Russell Tarbox, Augustus Barratt and Lee S. Roberts. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 25 Jul 1918-9 Nov 1918 (142 performances). Cast: Arthur Albro, Adele Astaire, Fred Astaire, Kitty Astra, George Barnum, Edward Basse, Lare Benson, May Booth, Virginia Fox Brooks, Trixie Brunette, Nell Carrington, Dorothy Clay, Lew Clayton, Louise Conti, Fawn Conway, Ruth Coster, Rose Coyle, Beatrice De Roe, Adrienne Dillon, Peggy Dixon, Dorsha, David Dreyer, Helen Edwards, Alice Elliott, Billie Elliott, Florence Elmore, Violet Englefield, Frank Fay, Betty Fitch, Ella Foster, Inez Francis, Weedie Furlong, Pearl Germond, Mary Gray, Frank Hall, Jack Hall, Channing Hare, Marion Harley, Loretta Harris, George Hassell, Irene Held, Harry Homan, Eugene Howard, Willie Howard, Frances Hudson, Grace Keeshon, Elsie LaMont, Grace Lee, Jay Lindsay, Mona Lorraine, Isabelle Lowe, Ann Mason, Barbara McCree, Dolores Mendez, Emily Miles, Peggy Mitchell, Gypsy Mooney, Marion Mooney, Mae Moore, Lotta Morse, Nita Naldi, Helen Neary, Arline Page, Betty Palmer, Peggy Pendleton, Edith Pierce, Dorothy Pond, Peggy Radford, Stanley Rayburn, Trixie Raymond, Jessie Reed, Mary Rinehart, Betty Ritch, Grace Rivers, Isabelle Rodrigues, Olga Roller, Aileen Rooney, Charles Ruggles, George Schiller, Orilla Smith, Marie Stafford, Marion Stafford, Teddy Stevens, Lillian Stone, Ralph Symington, Nan Valentine, Dolly Wallace, Ethel Walsh, Sam White, Edna Whitney, Florence Wilde, Elsie Young. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1963) Single: "Baby It Hurts" / "Tommy Makes Girls Cry" (Ava Records)

(1963) Single: "It Happens Every Spring" / "You Worry Me" (Ava Records)

(1962) Single: "The Notorious Landlady" / "The Martini" (Ava Records)

(19??) TV commercial (Slovakia): Skoda Octavia cars. Song used: "Steppin' Out With My Baby"

(1959) Album: "Now (Kapp Records, KL 1165/KS 3049).

(1976) Album: "A Couple of Song & Dance Men" (United Artists Records, UA-LA588-G) stereo.

(1947) Founded Fred Astaire Dance Studios.

(11/20/67) Took part in a tribute to Cole Porter at Lincoln Center in New York City. He performed "Night and Day." Ethel Merman also appeared.


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