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(1933- 1946). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1933). Stage Play: Yoshe Kalb. Drama. Adapted by Fritz Blocki. From a dramatization by Maurice Schwartz. Based on the book by I.J. Singer. Scenic Design by Alex Chertov. Directed by Maurice Schwartz. National Theatre: 28 Dec 1933- Dec 1933 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Produced by Daniel Frohman.

(1934). Stage Play: The Shatter'd Lamp. Drama.

(1939) Stage: Appeared in "The American Way" on Broadway.

(1940) Stage: Appeared in "Horse Fever" on Broadway.

(1937). Stage Play: But For the Grace of God. Drama.

(1938). Stage Play: The Fabulous Invalid. Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Broadhurst Theatre: 8 Oct 1938- 3 Dec 1938 (65 performances). Cast: Iris Adrian (as "Daisy LaHiff") [final Broadway role], Albert Amato (as "Auctioneer's Assistant"), Jack Arnold (as "A Delivery Boy"), Bobbe Arnst (as "Prize Winner"), Donald Baker (as "Usher"), Walter Beck (as "The Valet"), Douglas Beddingfield (as "Ensemble"), Louise Blackburn (as "Ensemble"), William E. Blake (as "George Haskell"), Virginia Burke (as "Usherette"), Eileen Burns (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Clayton (as "Goldie), Ethel Colby (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Conrad (as "Ensemble"), Clancy Cooper (as "A Comedian"), Stephen Courtleigh (as "Laurence Brooks"), Alec Courtney (as "Newsboy"), Doris Dalton (as "Paula Kingsley"), William Dorbin (as "The Character Man"), Katherine Duncan (as "Ensemble"), Marian Edwards (as "A Girl"), Edward Elliott (as "An Office Boy"), Elsa Ersi (as "A Ticket Girl"), Edward Fisher (as "Usher"), Richard Gordon (as "John W. Carleton"), Brant Gorman (as "Bradley"), Sydney Grant (as "The Coroner"), Alan Handley (as "Ensemble"), Joy Hathaway (as "Usherette"), Percy Helton (as "Saunders"), Ferdi Hoffman (as "A Policeman"), Louis Howard (as "A Director"), Doris Jenkins, Roy Johnson, Gerry Jones (as "Ensemble"), Janice Joyce (as "Ensemble"), Curtis Karpe (as "Solinsky"), Charles King (s "Sheridan"), Ernest Lawford, David Leonard (as "A Motion Picture Man"), George Lloyd (as "An Author"), Richard Lloyd (as "Another Manager"), John Lorenz (as "Curtis"), James MacDonald (as "Mr. Jamison"), Norman MacKay (as "Ensemble"), Vera Fuller Mellish (as "The Maid"), John Moore (as "A Manager"), Mona Moray (as "An Actress"), Meg Mundy (as "Ensemble"), Eddie Nelson (as "The Stage Manager"), Jack Norworth (as "The Doorman"), Barna Ostertag, Melvin Parks (as "Ensemble"), Paul Payne (as "A Photographer"), Robert Regent (as "Ensemble"), Amy Revere )as "Usherette"), Robert Rhodes (as "A Vendor"), Bonnie Roberts (as "Ensemble"), Dora Sayers (as "Ethel Barrymore/Eva Le Galilienne"), Sydna Scott (as "Ensemble"), Ada Sinclair (as "Prize Winner"), Sid Stone (as "A Salesman"), Peggy Strickland (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Strome (as "Ensemble"), Jerome Thor (as "Newsboy"), Milano Tilden, Philip Truex (as "A Boy"), Grace Valentine (as "Annie"), Jay Velie (as "An Announcer"), Beth Waller (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Waller (as "Ensemble"), Solly Ward (as "The Auctioneer"), Jeanne Wardley (as "Jessie"). Produced by Sam Harris.

(1939). Stage Play: The American Way. Written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Scene Technician for Mr. Oenslager: Isaac Benesch. Assistants to Miss Sharaff: Anna Hill Johnstone and Florence Keady. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Center Theatre: 21 Jan 1939- Jun 1939 (closing date unknown/164 performances). Cast: Fredric March (as "Martin Gunther"), Florence Eldridge (as "Irma Gunther"), McKay Morris (as "Samuel Brockton"), Ruth Weston (as "Winifred Baxter"), Eve Abbott, Albert Amato, Jack Arnold (as "Ed Lorenz"), Suzanne Ashbrook, Cathie Bailey, Alan Bandler, Bobby Barron, Robin Batcheller, Vivian Baule, Joseph Beale, Walter Beck (as "A Minister"), Herman Belmonte, Mary Bennett, Ronald Bennett, Evelyn Bernie, Whit Bissell (as "Karl, Age 21"; credited as Whitner Bissell), Milton Blumenthal, Orin Borston, Mary Brandon, Louise Buck, Buddy Buehler, Eileen Burns, Joe Bush, Hugh Cameron (as "Mayor McEvoy"), Eleanore Campsall, Gloria Carey, Gerry Carr, Eldridge Carson, Kenneth Casey, Teddy Casey, Natalie Chilvers, Laura Church, Norma Clerc, Beatrice Cole, Daniel Conway, Russell Conway, George Cotton (as "Ensemble"), Alex Courtney, Ed Crosswell, Harry Crox, Tom Curley, Robert Cushman, Kenneth Dana, Ethel Darling, Gretchen Davidson, Bud Davis, Celeste DeBellis, Louis Delgado, Sandford Dody, Gene Douglas, Dorothy Downs, Katherine Duncan, Helen Edwards, Marian Edwards, Clark Eggleston (as "Ensemble"), Edward Elliott, Ruth Enders, Elsa Ersi (as "Clara Heinrich"), Herbert Everin, Gilbert Fates, Edward Fisher, Alice Fitzsimmons, Janet Fox, Eugene Francis, Vincent Gardiner, Bob Gewald, Herbert Goff, Brant Gorman, Carl Gose, Sydney Grant (as "Dr. Squires"), Norma Green, Claire Greenwood, Donn Hagerty, Gilbert Haggerty, Ann Hagye, Vernon Hammer, Robert Hanley, Lola Harris, Michael Harvey, William Hawes, James Hayes, George Herndon, Alan Hewitt (as "Alex Hewitt"), Nina Hill, Mary Hoban (as "Ensemble"), Cynthia Holbrook, Danny Hood, Claire Howard, Carol Hulings, Bradford Hunt, Buddy Irving, Carl Johnson, Peter Johnson, Marilyn Jolie, Curtis Karpe (as "Ensemble"), Allen Kearns, Walter Kelly, John Kerr, Robert Kerr, Lila King, Dorothy Knox, William Layton (as "Ensemble"), Kenneth Le Roy, Michael Leonard, Tommy Lewis, Richard Lloyd, Audrey Lodge, Constance Lodge, Virginia Lodge, John Long, John Lorenz, Betty MacDonald, James MacDonald, Marvel MacInnis (as "Ensemble"), Edward Mann, Jules Mann, Adrienne Marden, Jean Martel, Remi Martel, Gaylord Mason, Buddy Matthews, Gordon Merrick, Dorothy Miller, Gordon Mills, Patricia Minty, Carman Mitchell, Lois Montgomery, James Moore, Mona Moray, Mary Murray, May Muth, Florrie Nadel, Edna Nagy, Cecil Natapoff, Doris Newcomb, Donald O'Day, Grace O'Malley, LeRoi Operti (as "Dr. MacFarlane"), Margaret Owens, Melvin Parks, Judy Parrish, Lee Parry, Albert Patterson, Charles Payne, Jeannie Belle Perry, Martha Pickens, Gloria Pierre, Elinor Pittis, Philip Pollard, Jean Porter, Janet Regan, Ronald Reiss, George Repp, Robert Rhodes, Eric Roberts, James Roland, Mary Romano, Peggy Romano, Sylvia Roseman, James Russo, Nathaniel Sack, Stephen Sandes, Ray Santos, Lesley Savage, Dora Sayers, Louise Segal, Nat Seigal, Jeanne Shelby, Thomas Speidel, Don Starr, Mary Stevenson, Rodney Stewart, Sidney Stone, Elliott Stranger, Ruth Strome, Daphne Sylva, Jerry Sylvon, Ward Tallman (as "Henry Courtney"), John Thomas, Jerome Thor (as "Ensemble"), Frances Thress, Harry Todd, Carl Urbont, Grace Valentine, Dick Van Patten (as "Karl Gunther, Age 9; Martin Gunther's grandchild") [credited as Dickie Van Patten], Joan Vitez, Julia Walsh, George Ward, Jeanne Wardley, David Wayne (as "Karl Gunther"), William Welch, Maurice Wells, Peggy Wells, Alan Wenfield, Bob White, Albert Whitley, Nancy Whitman, Lynn Whitney, Mary Williamson, Lois Winston, Janice Winter, Barbara Wooddell, Gene Yell. Produced by Sam Harris and Max Gordon.

(1939). Stage Play: The Swing Mikado. Musical/operetta.

(1939). Stage Play: The Man Who Came to Dinner. Comedy. Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Featuring a song by Cole Porter. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey and Ben Kornzweig. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre: 16 Oct 1939- 12 Jul 1941 (739 performances). Cast: Monty Woolley (as "Sheridan Whiteside"), Barbara Adams (as "Mrs. Dexter"), Edith Atwater (as "Maggie Cutler"), David Burns (as "Banjo"), Dudley Clements (as "Dr. Bradley"), Edward Fisher (as "Westcott"), Carol Goodner (as "Lorraine Sheldon"), Virginia Hammond, Michael Harvey (as "Sandy"), John Hoyt (credited as John Hoysradt), Carl Johnson (as "Mr. Baker/Radio Technician"), Curtis Karpe (as "Deputy"), Daniel Landon (as "Choir Boy"), Donald Landon (as "Choir Boy"), Daniel Leone (as "Choir Boy"), George Lessey (as "Mr. Stanley"), Gordon Merrick (as "Richard Stanley"), Mrs. Priestly Morrison (as "Sarah"), Theodore Newton (as "Bert Jefferson"), Edmonia Nolley(as "Mrs. McCutcheon"), LeRoi Operti (as "Professor Metz"), William Postance (as "Plainclothesman/Luncheon Guest"), George Probert (as "John") [final Broadway role], DeWitt Purdue (as "Choir Boy"), Robert Rea (as "Choir Boy"), Phil Sheridan (as "Deputy/Luncheon Guest"),, Rodney Stewart (as "Radio Technician"), Ruth Vivian (as "Harriet Stanley"), Charles Washington, Jack Whitman (as "Choir Boy"), Mary Wickes (as "Miss Preen"), Barbara Wooddell (as "June Stanley"), Harold Woolf (as "Expressman"). Replacement actors: Jean Carmen (as "June Stanley"), Sara Floyd (as "Mrs. McCutcheon"), Muriel Hutchison (as "Lorraine Sheldon"), Jack Leslie (as "Mr. Stanley"), Claudia Morgan (as "Maggie Cutler"), Edmonia Nolley (as "Sarah"), Rex O'Malley (as "Beverly Carlton"), James Rawls (as "Richard Stanley"), Stephen Sandes (as "Westcott"), Barry Sullivan (as "Bert Jefferson"), Lawrence Tibbett (as "Sandy"), Leone Wilson (as "Mrs. Dexter"). Produced by Sam Harris. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942).

(1940). Stage Play: Horse Fever. Written by Eugene Conrad, Zac Gabel and Ruby Gabel. Directed by Milton Stiefel. Mansfield Theatre: 23 Nov 1940- 14 Dec 1940 (25 performances). Cast: Arthur Allen, Jack Arnold (as "Photographer"), Leslie Barrett, Seldon Bennett, Marietta Canty, Clancy Cooper, Zamah Cunningham (as "Mrs. Drum"), Peter Cusanelli, John L. Kearney, Mitchell Kowal, Kay Loring (as "Maid"), Lou Lubin, Bobby Mitchell, Millard Mitchell (as "Joe Flynn"), Neil Moore, Daniel Ocko, Judy Parrish, Joseph Pevney (as "Frank Drum"), Sara Seegar, Ezra Stone (as "Orville"), Trilby (as "Herself"). Produced by Alexander Yokel.

(1944). Stage Play: A Bell for Adano. Drama. Written by Paul Osborn, from the novel by John Hersey. Directed by H.C. Potter. Cort Theatre: 6 Dec 1944- 27 Oct 1945 (296 performances). Produced by Leland Hayward [earliest Broadway credit]. Note: Filmed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation as A Bell for Adano (1945).

(1946). Stage Play: The Front Page. Comedy (revival). Written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Directed by Charles MacArthur. Royale Theatre: 4 Sep 1946- 9 Nov 1946 (79 performances). Cast: Jack Arnold (as "Endicott, Post) [final Broadway role], Benny Baker, Rolly Beck, Fred Bemis, Isabel Bonner, Roger Clark, Joe De Santis, Olive Deering (as "Mollie Malloy"), Harold Grau (as "Mr. Pincus"), Pat Harrington Sr. (as "Kruger, Journal of Commerce"), Curtis Karpe (as "Woodenshoes Eichorn"), William H. Lynn (as "Sheriff Hartman"), George Lyons (as "Earl Williams"), Blanche Lytell (as "Jennie"), Bruce MacFarlane (as "Murphy, Journal") [final Broadway role], Arnold Moss (as "Walter Burns"), Lew Parker (as "Hildy Johnson, Herald Examiner"), Edward H. Robins, Ray Walston (as "Schwartz, Daily News"), Vic Whitlock, Cora Witherspoon (as "Mrs. Grant") [final Broadway role], Leonard Yorr (as "Tony"). Produced by Hunt Stromberg Jr. and Thomas Spengler.

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