(1946) Intermission P.S.A., for American Lung Association's Christmas Seals
(approx. 1949) Publicity photographs for Indian motorcycles
(1922) Stage: Appeared (credited as Archie Leach; Broadway debut
) in "Better Times" on Broadway
. Music by Raymond Hubbell
. Book by / lyrics by / directed by R.H. Burnside
. Musical Director: A.J. Garing. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler, Hilding Anderson and Charles F. Miller. Choreographed by William Holbrook and Mademoiselle Mantova. Hippodrome Theatre: 2 Sep 1922-28 Apr 1923 (405 performances). Cast: Hamadi Abdullah, Albert Alberto, Louise Allison, Margaret Anderson, Lolotta Armond, Vivan Arnold, Tanaya Bader, Terry Bauer, Louise Beautora, Edward Beck, The Bell Brothers, Beatrice Bennet, The Berlo Sisters, Thelma Bickford, Roy Binder, Millicent Bishop, Blair & Co., Frances Blythe, Lillie Bolin, Jimmy Brady, Ralph Brainard, Lina Brandon, Dorothy Burke, Jack Burley, Andrew Byrne, James Byrne, John J. Byrne, Marie Cattell, Adeline Claire, Ethel Clark, Claudius & Scarlet, Dorothy Collins, Tommy Colton, Gladys Comerford, Gladys Cranston, Guerida Crawford, Creco, Lola Dalton, Nellie Daly, Marie De Young, Delamere, May Dickson, Ethel Downee, Geneva Duker, Marcelle Dulac, Sarah Edwards, Murray Evans, Anna Fischer, Nanette Flack, Sylvia Ford, Joseph Frohoff, Virginia Futrelle, Betty Garson, Dorothy Gates, Muriel Gibson, Billie Gilmore, Frank Ginnette, Poppy Ginnette, Roland Gordon, Caroline Gunz, Jean Hamilton, Minna Hamm, Elna Hansen, Lillian Hansen, Lillian Hauman, Lorette Hauman, George Herman, Bertha Herzog, William Holbrook, Beatrice Houghton, Agnes Hunter, Cladia Ivanova, Frank Johnson, Thomas Joyce, Valeska Kawschara, Edna Koch, George Kunowitch, Anna Lambert, "Happy" Jack Lambert, Lillian Lane, Andre Lapue, Maurice Lapue, Dorothy Lee, Lorna Lincoln, Long Tack Sam, Ruth Loose, Colie Lorella, Serrita Lorraine, Lee Losch, Ellen Mack, Marie Mack, Marceline, Marley, Alice Marvin, Robert McClellan, Grace McCrae, Marjorie McKinnon, Fred S. McPherson, Nellie Melville, Gloria Meylan, Olga Mihailovakaya, Eva Miller, Marven Morgan, John T. Murphy, Laura Murray, Duane Nelson, Jack Notman, Mae O'Laughlin, Blanche Orteson, Louise Owens, Patrick and Francisco, Tom Pender, Olga Popova, Leo Post, Power's Elephants, Marjorie Prentice, Beatrice Price, Nick Provanzo, Lillian Quinn, Charles Ravel, Joe Riley, Elsie Ringle, Amelia Rose, Ellen Rose, Vivian Rose, Betty Ross, Eddie Russell, Ruth Russell, Mary Anne Sawyer, Belle Scholnick, Ruth Schrader, Jean Schreiver, Alexander Seabert, Margaret Skaller, Billy Smith, Angela Sorrero, Ebba Sparre, Henry Stevens, Rae Stockdale, Sylvia Stone, Frances Sussman, Aron Tamaroff, Harry Tamaroff, The Orlandos, Therese, The Three Bobs, Bertha E. Tomkins, Marceline Torbay, William Unangst,Asta Valley, Winifred Verina, May Waldron, Harry Ward, Helen Ward, Emma Warren, Wally Warren, Trude Weiseman, Sid Williams, William Williams, Lee Wilmott, Alice Wilson, Dorothy Wilson, Victoria Wolfe, Ruth Wood. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham
(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Cary Lockwood"; billed as "Archie Leach") in "Nikki" on Broadway
. Musical/comedy. Based on a book by John Monk Saunders
. Staged by William B. Friedlander. Longacre Theatre (moved to George M. Cohan's Theatre on 19 Oct 1931 to close): 29 Sept 1931-31 Oct 1931 (39 performances). Cast included: Louis Jean Heydt
, Fay Wray
[lead]. Produced by Harrison Hall.
(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Max Grunewald"; billed as "Archie Leach") in "A Wonderful Night" on Broadway
. Directed by José Ruben
and Chester Hale
. Majestic Theatre: 31 Oct 1929-15 Feb 1930 (125 performances). Cast included Truman Gaige
, Hal Forde
, Solly Ward
(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Reggie Phipps"; credited as Archie Leach) in "Boom Boom" on Broadway
. Musical comedy. Music / Music orchestrated by Werner Janssen
. Book by Fanny Todd Mitchell. From the play "Mlle. Ma Mere" by Louis Verneuil
. Lyrics by Mann Holiner
and J. Keirn Brennan
. Musical Director: Tom Jones. Choreographed by John Boyle. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by George Barbier
, Josephs and Orry-Kelly
. Directed by George F. Marion
. Casino Theatre: 28 Jan 1929-30 Mar 1929 (72 performances). Cast: Jeanette MacDonald
(as "Jean"), Elva Adams (as "Chorus"), Laurette Adams (as "Chorus"), Tennylis Allyn (as "Chorus"), Jimmy Ardell (as "Chorus"), Clement Cancid (as "Chorus"), Kendall Capps (as "Skippy Carr"), Azeada Charkouie (as "Chorus"), Ray Cirake (as "Chorus"), Cortez and Peggy (as "Cortez and Peggy"), Katharine Dayton (as "Chorus"), Tina DeBrauw (as "Chorus"), Alice Edrique (as "Chorus"), Jack Edwards (as "Chorus"), Margaret Gilligan (as "Chorus"), Doreen Glover (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), William Hale (as "Chorus"), Katherine Hoevel (as "Chorus"), Pat Hunter (as "Chorus"), Jackie Hurlbut (as "Friend of Tilly" / "Chorus"), Nell Kelly (as "Tilly Mc Guire"), Harry Kirby (as "Chorus"), Richard Lee (as "Sigmund Squnk"), George Leland (as "Chorus"), Ann Loomis (as "Chorus"), Virginia Martin (as "Chorus"), Frank McIntyre (as "Worthington Smith"), Lucille Mercier (as "Chorus"), Eddie Nelson (as "Texas"), George Oliver (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Palmer (as "Chorus"), Jessie Payne (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), Rosalind Rensing (as "Chorus"), Bob Richards (as "Chorus"), Stanley Ridges
(as "Tony Smith"), Doreen Roberts (as "Chorus"), Charles Roth (as "Chorus"), Jean Russell (as "Chorus"), Loretta Sayers (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), Evelyn Sayres (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), Evelyn Shay (as "Chorus"), Frank Sherlock (as "Chorus"), Bobby Shutta (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Sintae (as "Chorus"), Frances Stevens (as "Chorus"), Marcella Swenson
(as "Maybella La Tour"), Maybel Van (as "Chorus"), Virgie Vane (as "Chorus"), Bee Walz (as "Chorus"), Sam Wasserman (as "Chorus"), Harry Welsh (as "Head Waiter"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
(1927) Stage: Appeared (as "ANZAC") in "Golden Dawn" on Broadway
. Musical/drama. Music by Emmerich Kálmán
and Herbert Stothart
(also Musical Director). Book / lyrics by Otto A. Harbach
and Oscar Hammerstein II
. Associate Musical Dir.: Mario Agnolucci. Choreographed by David Bennett
. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban
. Directed by Reginald R. Hammerstein
. Hammerstein's Theatre: 30 Nov 1927-5 May 1928 (184 performances). Cast: F.J. Accoll, Alexander U. Fine's Russian Art Choir, Ann Anderson, Vsevolad Andrenoff, Emilia Andrievska, Irving Andrievsky, Paula Ayers, Louise Baer, Saloma Bartolm, Arnold Basil, Service Bell, W. Messenger Bellis, Carlo Benetti, Norine Bogen, George Brant, Henry Brown, Leola Buelow, Alice Bussee, Maude Carleton, Barbara Carrington, Jacques Cartier, Tom Chadwick, Helene Chaudaroff, Vladimir Chavdaroff, Robert Chisholm, Inez Clough, Helene Cunihan, Michael Dalsky, Xenia Dalsky, Vladimir Danieloff, Nydia D'Arnell, Christine David, Joseph Davidenko, Frances Denny, Harold Des Verney, Frank Dobert, Hazel Drury, Frances Dumas, James Earl, H. Webster Elkins, La Vergne Evans, Marie Foster, Norma France, Robert Paton Gibbs
(as "An Old Man of Africa"), Geraldine Gooding, Leonard Gorlenko, Kumar Goshal, Geneva Grant, Dora Grebenetsky, Paul Gregory, James Grey, Klara Grosheva, Maria Grushko, Amos Guerrant, Janet Hale, Adolph Henderson, Jean Hitch, Elizabeth Holloway, Olin Howland, Louise Hunter, Zina Ivanova, Robert Jackson, Mimi Jordan, Karol Kayne, All Kisselava, Toni Klimovitch, Kohana, Peter Kosloff, Grace La Rue, Lucy Lawlor, Mary Mason, Ruthena Matson, William McFarland, Alva McGill, Len Mence, Peggy Messinger, Julia F. Mitchell, Sorena Mumma, Barbara Newberry, Mabel Olsen, Lidia Ordinsky, Peter Ordunsky, Raymond Otto, Alexander Ouzoroff, Anna Ouzoroff, Reginald Pasch, Henry Pemberton, Milton Rae, McKinley Reeves, Alma Reynolds, Tom Rider, Leona Riggs, Wilma Roeloff, Viviene Russell, Bunny Schum, Konstantine Smith, Gil Squires, Marguerita Sylva, Magda Trauber, Louise Turner, Valla Valentinova, Joseph Vitale
], William Walker, Benveneta Washington, Edward Watkins, Rosena Weston, Maud White, Earl Wilson. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
(1/51-6/51) Radio: Starred in the NBC radio network series "Mr. and Mrs. Blandings" with wife Betsy Drake
Radio: he made more than 70 radio appearances between 1934 and 1955, performing in many different series, including "The Lux Radio Theatre," "Suspense," "Theatre of Romance," and "Screen Directors Playhouse."
(4/5/54) Radio: Starred in "Radio Theater" episode "Welcome Stranger" with Barry Fitzgerald
and Pat Crowley
(7/20/42) Radio: Appeared (as "Dexter") in the "Lux Radio Theater" production of "The Philadelphia Story".
(11/16/60) Radio: Appeared on "Suspense" in the production of "On a Country Road", with Cathy Lewis
(12/7/50) Radio: Appeared on "Screen Directors' Playhouse" in the production "My Favorite Wife" with Irene Dunne
(3/1/55) Radio: Appeared on "Lux Radio Theater" in a production of "The Bishop's Wife", also starring Phyllis Thaxter
(6/13/49) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" production of "The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer".
(5/10/48) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" production of "The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer".
(11/13/47) Radio: Appeared (as Himself) in the "Burns & Allen Show" episode "Cary Grant Speaks to the Uplifters."
(3/17/47) Radio: Appeared (as "Dexter") in a "Screen Guild Theater" production of "The Philadelphia Story".
(1983) Toured in one-man show "A Conversation with Cary Grant".
(11/29/43) Radio: Appeared (as "Michael Grant") in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "Theodora Goes Wild".
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