(1990) TV commercial
s (voiceover): Honda automobiles
(1961) TV commercial
(PSA): American Lung Association's Christmas Seals
(????) Album: "A Twist of Lemmon"
(1960). Stage Play: Face of a Hero. Written by Robert L. Joseph. Based on the novel by Pierre Boulle
. Directed by Alexander Mackendrick
. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 20 Oct 1960- 19 Nov 1960 (36 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Edward Asner
(as "Perry Cates"), Betsy Blair
(as "Catherine Polle"), Russell Collins
(as "Victor Bishop"), Carlton Colyer (as "Gordon"), Frank Conroy
(as "Phillip Milliard"), Albert Dekker
(as "Leo Fuller"), Sandy Dennis
(as "Millicent Bishop"), James Donald (as "Simon De Grange"), Mary Farrell (as "Rhoda Grant"), George Grizzard
(as "Harold Rutland, Jr."), Lynn Hamilton
(as "Cleaning Woman"), Ellen Holly (as "Elizabeth Falk"), Jack Lemmon
(as "David Poole"), Kip McArdle
(as "Rosamund Killie"), Joseph Palma (as "Judge"), Roy Poole
(as "Raphael Knox"), Edwin Sherin
(as "Jonathan Spring"), Guy Sorel
(as "Otto Litchfield"). Produced by Lester Osterman Jr.
(1978) Stage: Appeared (as "Scottie Templeton") in / wrote song "Scottie's Unfinished") for "Tribute" on Broadway
. Written by Bernard Slade
. Directed by Arthur Storch. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 1 Jun 1978-2 Dec 1978 (212 performances + 4 previews). Cast: Larry Haines
(as "Lou Daniels"), Catherine Hicks
(as "Sally Haines"), Tresa Hughes
(as "Dr. Gladys Petrelli"), Robert Picardo
(as "Jud Templeton"), Rosemary Prinz (as "Maggie Stratton"), Joan Welles (as "Hilary"), Anne Dodge [Broadway debut
]. Produced by Morton Gottlieb
. Associate Producer: Ben Rosenberg and Warren Crane. NOTE: Nominated for a Tony Award
(1986) Stage: Appeared in "Long Day's Jurney Into Night" on Broadway
. Nomianted for Tony Award
(????) Album: "Play and Sing Songs from _Some Like It Hot (1961)_ qv)".
(1963) Album: "Play Selections from Irma la Douce
(????) Album (childrens): "Peter and the Wolf"
(1970s) Stage: Appeared in "Tribute", Los Angeles, CA. Huntington Hartford Theatre.
(1989) Stage: Appeared in Donald Freed's play, "Veterans Day," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in the London, England, with Michael Gambon
and Robert Flemyng
in the cast.
(1948) Unsold pilot: Appeared in a pilot for a mystery show to be called "The Times Square Story".
(1970) Starred as Harry Van in the 1970 revival of Robert Sherwood's "Idiot's Delight" directed by Garson Kanin at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Anngeles.
(1974) Played Joxer Daly in Sean O''Casey's "Juno and the Paycock" directed by George Seaton in Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum co-starring Maureen Stapleton and Walter Matthau.
(1953) Recreated Eddie Albert's role of Leo Davis on Broadway
revival of "Room Service," which ran sixteen performances.
(1946) Appeared in featured part with Roddy McDowell in "Young Woodley for the North Shore Players
(1947) Made off-Broadway debut
as John Uhler in Leo Tolstoy's "THe Power of Darkness" with Darren McGavin. C0-star Cynthia Stone became the first Mrs. Lemmon.
(1946) Appeared with the North Shore Player, in a minor role in "Angel Street"
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