(1969) Album: "In My Own Way... I Love You" (Capitol).
(1983) Subject of TV documentary, featuring his family and work.
(1972) Release of his book "The Original Sin".
(1993) Release of his book "Anthony Quinn" by Melissa Amdur.
(1995) Release of his book "One Man Tango" (with Daniel Paisiner
(2000) Release of his book "Lover and Other Strangers: Paintings by Jack Vettriano".
Borned in Texas (1950). Written by Lynn Riggs
. Directed by Sam Wanamaker
. Fulton Theatre: 21 Aug 1950- 26 Aug 1950 (8 performances). Cast: Joseph Boland, Clifford Carpenter, Jane Hoffman, Marsha Hunt, Wright King, Martin Newman, Anthony Quinn
(as "Texas"), Daniel Reed, Dudley Sadler, Frank Tweddell
(as "Pop Radar"). Produced by Festival Theatre, Sam Wanamaker and Terese Hayden. Produced in association with Harriett Ames.
A Streetcar Named Desire (1950). Drama (revival). Written by Tennessee Williams
. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard
. Directed by Elia Kazan
. City Center: 23 May 1950- unknown (16 performances). Cast: Jorja Curtright
(as "Stella Kowalski"), Arny Freeman, Uta Hagen
(as "Blanche Du Bois"), Harry Kersey, Wright King, George Mathews, Eulabelle Moore, Anthony Quinn
(as "Stanley Kowalski"), Peggy Rea, Edna Thomas. Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick
(1947). Stage Play: The Gentleman From Athens. Comedy. Written by Emmet Lavery
credit]. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Lighting Design by Ralph Alswang. Directed by Sam Wanamaker
. Mansfield Theatre: 9 Dec 1947- 13 Dec 1947 (7 performances). Cast: Edith Atwater
(as "Lee Kilpatrick"), Leonard Auerbach (as "Radio and Newsreel Crew"), Leopold Badia (as "Congressman Andrews"), Ethel Browning (as "Miss Mary Kilpatrick"), Feodor Chaliapin (as "Igor Stepenov"), Oliver Crawford (as "Radio and Newsreel Crew"), Elsie May Gordon (as "Congressman Stringley"), Gavin Gordon
(as "Big Ed Lawrence"), Alan Hewitt (as "Morgan Kilpatrick"), Arthur Jarrett (as "Congressman Harnell"), Lorance Kerr (as "News Reel Director"), Edward B. Latimer (as "Congressman Borgsen"), Lou Polan
(as "Mike Rykowski"), Anthony Quinn
(as "Hon. Stephen Socrates Christopher"), Franks Rowan Radio and Newsreel Crew"), Creighton Thompson
(as "Daniel") [final Broadway
role], Watson White (as "Cousin Vincent Kilpatrick"). Produced by Martin Gosch and Eunice Healy.
Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(September 23, 1948) He played Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," at the Harris Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Eulabelle Moore (African American woman); Peggy Rea (Eunice Hubbel); Russell Hardie (Harold "Mitch" Mitchell); Mary Welch (Stella Kowalski); Harry Kersey (Steve Hubbel); Uta Hagen (Blanche Dubois); Arny Freeman (Pablo Gonzalez); Wright King (a young collector); Sidonia Kapero (Mexican woman); Angela Jacobs (strange woman); and Arthur Row (strange man) in the cast. Jo Mielziner was scenic designer. Elia Kazan was director. Harold Clurman was tour director.
(March 28 to April 4, 1949) He played Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," in a National Tour production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Uta Hagen (Blanche Dubois); Russell Hardie; Mary Welch (Stella Kowalski); Eulabelle Moore; Peggy Rea; Harry Kersey; Arny Freeman; Wright King; Sidonie Espero; Angela Jacobs; and Arthur Row in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Lucinda Ballard was costume designer. Elia Kazan was director. Irene M. Selznick was producer.
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