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(1929- 1962). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1929). Stage Play: The Earth Between.

(1929). Stage Play: Broken Dishes. Comedy. Written by Martin Flavin. Directed by Marion Gering. Ritz Theatre (moved to The Theatre Masque from Jan 1930 to close): 5 Nov 1929- Apr 1930 (closing date unknown/178 performances). Cast: Reed Brown Jr. (as "Bill Clark"), Etha Dack (as "Mabel Bumpsted"), Bette Davis (as "Elaine Bumpstead"), James Francis-Robertson (as "Rev. Dr. Stump"), Eda Heinemann (as "Jenny Bumpstead"), Josef Lazarovici (as "Grant"), Ellen E. Lowe (as "Myra Bumpsted"), Donald Meek (as "Cyrus Bumpsted"), Duncan Penwarden (as "A Stranger") [final Broadway role], Art Smith (as "Sam Greeb"). Produced by Marion Gering, by arrangement with Oscar Serlin.

Stage: Starred in "Broadway", 1928.

(1952). Stage Play: Two's Company. Musical revue. Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by Ogden Nash. Additional Lyrics by Sammy Cahn. Sketches by Charles Sherman [final Broadway credit]. Sketches written with Peter De Vries [Broadway debut]. Featuring songs by Sheldon Harnick ("A Man's Home"). Vocal arrangements by Milton Rosenstock. Ballet Music by Genevieve Pitot and David Baker. Music orchestrated by Don Walker ("Opening - Theatre is a Lady", "A Man's Home", "Roundabout", "Clear Blue Sky", "Esther" and "Haunted Hot Spot"), Clare Grundman ("Turn Me Loose on Broadway", "It Just Occured to Me", "Baby Couldn't Dance" and "Finale") and Phil Lang ("Roll Along, Sadie", "Purple Rose" and "Just Like a Man"). Additional sketches by Arnold B. Horwitt ("And a Little Child" and "When in Rome") and Lee Rogow ("And a Little Child" and "When in Rome"). Additonal sketch by Mort Green ("One's A Crowd") and Nat Hiken ("Jealousy"). Additional sketch by George Foster ("One's A Crowd"). Additional Sketch by Billy Friedberg ("Jealousy"). Scenario for "Roundabout" by Horton Foote and Jerome Robbins. "The Voice of Inexperience" by Oliver Wakefield. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Jerome Robbins. Sketches Directed by Jules Dassin. Alvin Theatre: 15 Dec 1952- 8 Mar 1953 (90 performances). Cast: Bette Davis (as "Singer/Dancer of "Turn Me Loose on Broadway"/That One, One's A Crowd/Helen, Jealousy/Singer/Dancer of "Roll Along, Sadie"/Performer of "Street Scenes"/Jezebela, When in Rome/Sybill, Purple Rose/Singer of "Just Like a Man"), David Burns, David Burns, Hiram Sherman, Florence Baum, Jeanna Belkin, Eleanor Boleyn, Maurice Brenner, Perry Bruskin (as "Announcer, Going to the Studio"), David Burns, Bill Callahan, Art Carroll, Bill Crach, Francis Edwards, Clifford Fearl, Ellen Hanley, Barbara Heath, Sue Hight, Dorothy Hill, William Inglis, George S. Irving, Maria Karnilova, Peter Kelley, John Kelly, Lenore Korman, William Krach, Ralph Linn, Tina Louise (as "Secretary, And A Little Child/Audience member, One's A Crowd/Singing Ensemble"), Henry Mallory, Michael Mann, Julie Marlowe, Buzz Miller, Helen Murielle, May Muth, Franklin Neil, Bob Neukum, Robert Orton, Robert Pagent, Stanley Prager, Basha Regis, Deborah Remsen, Earl Renard, Job Sanders, Gilbert Shipley, Armstead Shobey, Stanley Simmons, Teddy Tavenner, Oliver Wakefield, Doris Wolin. Understudies: Art Carroll, Sue Hight, George S. Irving, May Muth, Stanley Prager, Teddy Tavenner. Replacement actors: Clifford Fearl, Peter Kelley [for Bill Calahan], Doris Wolin [for Sue Hight]. Produced by James Russo and Michael Ellis. Associate Producer: Clifford Hayman.

(1960). Stage Play: The World of Carl Sanburg.

(1961). Stage Play: The Night of the Iguana.

Stage: Starred in "Bette Davis in Person", 1973.

Stage: Starred in "The Lady from the Sea", 1929.

Appeared on Tom Snyder's program "Tomorrow" on December 19, 1977.

[1972] 45-minute TV interview with Joan Bakewell broadcast on 17th December on BBC1.

(1943) theatrical trailer, Present With a Future: Christmas War Bonds

(1974) Print ad: Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey - Herself (United States)

(1972) Print ads: Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey - Herself (w/Robert Wagner)

(September 3, 1951) Starred on "Radio Theater" program "Payment on Demand" with Barry Sullivan recreating their original screen roles.

(1965). Pilot: Unsold pilot: In 1965 she starred in an ABC pilot, "The Decorator", with Ed Begley and Mary Wickes. She played an interior decorator who lived with her clients to better understand their lifestyle.

(1949- ). Radio: Starred in the dramas "Alien Corn" (Theater Guild on the Air, ABC, Apr 24, 1949, with Kirk Douglas) and in "Reflected Glory" (Theater Guild on the Air, ABC, Feb 1, 1953, with Macdonald Carey).

(19??). Album: "Miss Bette Davis Sings" (Citadel Records, CT 7030 1976). Tracks include "They're Either Too Young or Too Old," "I've Written A Letter To Daddy," "Loneliness," "Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte," "Life Is A Lonely Thing," "Until It's Time For You To Go," "Growing Older, Feeling Younger," "It Can't Be Wrong," "I Wish You Love," and a speech from All About Eve (1950).

(195?- ). TV: Starred in other TV dramas, as "Broadway Bound" (with Gary Merrill, Joi Lansing and Jack Albertson), and "Way Back Home", in the 1950s and 1960s.

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