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(1952) Stage: Appeared (as "Nelson"' only Broadway role) in "Mrs. McThing" on Broadway. Comedy/fantasy. Written by Mary Chase. Background music (played on the Theremin) by Mischa Tulin. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Lester Polakov. Directed by Joseph Buloff. Martin Beck Theatre (moved to The Morosco Theatre from 25 Mar 1952-1 Nov 1952, then moved to The 48th Street Theatre from 3 Nov 1952-close): 20 Feb 1952-10 Jan 1952 (320 performances). Cast: Helen Hayes (as "Mrs. Howard V. Larue III"), Brandon De Wilde (as "Boy" / "Howay"), Jules Munshin (as "Poison Eddie Schellenbach"), Minnette Barrett (as "Mrs. Schellenbach"), Ann Buckles (as "Fairy"), Solen Burry (as "First Policeman"), Mildred Chandler (as "Grace Lewis"), Irwin Corey (as "Dirty Joe"), Marga Ann Deighton (as "Maude Lewis"), Elsa Freed (as "Crone"), Fred Gwynne (as "Stinker"' Broadway debut), William Lanteau (as "Waiter" / "Virgil"), Enid Markey (as "Evva Lewis"), Mary Michael (as "Carrie"), Lydia Reed (as "Mimi"), Robert Sagalyn (as "Second Policeman"), Paula Trueman (as "Sybil"), Iggie Wolfington (as "Chef" / "Ellsworth"). Understudy: Solen Burry (as "Dirty Joe" / "Poison Eddie Schellenbach"). Replacement cast during Morosco Theatre run: Lee Bergere (as "Nelson"), Frank Corsaro (as "Dirty Joe"), Robert Mariotti (as "Boy/Howay"), Raymond Niemi (as "Boy") [Alternate], Jada Rowland (as "Mimi") [Alternate]. Replacement cast during 48th Street Theatre Theatre run: Lee Bergere (as "Nelson"), Frank Corsaro (as "Dirty Joe"), Robert Mariotti (as "Boy/Howay"), Raymond Niemi (as "Boy") [Alternate], Jada Rowland (as "Mimi") [Alternate]. Produced by ANTA (Robert Whitehead, Managing Director).

(2004) TV commercials: Pantheon Internet Kiosks.

(????) Filmed introduction and narrated trailer for The Catered Affair (1956).


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