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(1958) Stage: Starred (as "Franklin D. Roosevelt") in "Sunrise at Campbello", produced on Broadway. NOTE: Filmed as Sunrise at Campobello (1960), in which Bellamy reprised his role.

(1949) Stage: Appeared in "Detective Story" on Broadway. Drama/melodrama. Written / directed by 'Sidney Kingsley. Production design by Boris Aronson. Hudson Theatre (moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 3 Jul 1950-close): 23 Mar 1949-12 Aug 1950 (581 performances). Cast: Ralph Bellamy (as "Detective McLeod"), Meg Mundy (as "Mary McLeod"), Jean Adair (as "Mrs. Farragut"), John Alberts (as "Gentleman"), Joseph Ancona (as "Mr. Bagatelle"), Archie Benson (as "Crumb-Bum"), Edward Binns (as "Detective Gallagher"), John Boyd (as "Detective O'Brien"), Michelette Burani (as "Mrs. Bagatelle"), Joan Copeland (as "Susan Carmichael"), Jim Flynn (as "Mr. Feeney"), Lou Gilbert (as "Joe Feinson"), Sarah Grable (as "Mrs. Feeney"), Lee Grant (as "Shoplifter"), Carl Griscom (as "Willy"), Byron C. Halstead (as "Patrolman Keough"), Michael Lewin (as "Photographer"), James Maloney (as "Mr. Pritchett"), Horace McMahon (as "Lt. Monoghan"), Patrick McVey (as "Detective Callahan"), Jacqueline Paige (as "Indignant citizen"), Joe Roberts (as "Patrolman Baker"), Alexander Scourby (as "Tami Giacoppetti"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Miss Hatch"), Warren Stevens (as "Arthur Kindred"), Ruth Storm (as "Lady"), Robert Strauss (as "Detective Dakis"), Michael Strong (as "2nd burglar, Lewis"), Earl Sydnor (as "Patrolman Barnes"), Les Tremayne (as "Mr. Sims"), James Westerfield (as "Detective Brody"), Garney Wilson (as "Mr. Gallantz"), Joseph Wiseman (as "1st burglar, Charlie"), Harry Worth (as "Dr. Schneider"). Replacement actors during Hudson Theatre run: Anne Burr (as "Mary McLeod"), Lydia Clarke. Replacement actors during Broadhurst Theatre run: None known. Produced by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Associate Producer: May Kirshner. NOTE: Filmed as Detective Story (1951), _Au théâtre ce soir: Histoire d'un détective (1972)_.

(1945) Stage: Appeared (as "Grant Matthews") in "State of the Union" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. Hudson Theatre: 14 Nov 1945- 13 Sep 1947 (785 performances). Cast: Ruth Hussey (as "Mary Matthews"; Broadway debut), Kay Johnson (as "Kay Thorndyke"), Myron McCormick (as "Spike McManus"), Minor Watson (as "James Conover"), Fred Ayers Cotton (as "Swenson"), Howard Graham (as "Bellboy"), Herbert Heyes (as "Sam Parrish"), Madeleine King (as "Jennie"), George Lessey (as "Sen. Lauterback"), Aline McDermott (as "Mrs. Draper"), Helen Ray (as "Norah"), John Rowe (as "Stevens"), G. Albert Smith (as "Judge Jefferson Davis Alexander"), Victor Sutherland (as "William Hardy"), Robert Toms (as "Waiter'), Maidel Turner' (as "Mrs. Alexander"; final Broadway role). Replacement actors: Edith Atwater (as "Mary Matthews"), Kay Francis (as "Mary Matthews"; final Broadway role), Margalo Gillmore (as "Kay Thorndyke"), Donald McClelland (as "William Hardy"), Victor Sutherland (as "Sam Parrish"). Produced by Leland Hayward. NOTE: Filmed as State of the Union (1948).

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Texas") in "Roadside" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Lynn Riggs. Directed / produced by Arthur Hopkins. Longacre Theatre: 26 Sep 1930-Oct 1930 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Roderick Baybee, Frederick Burton (as "Pap Rader"), Jack Byrne, Kendall Foster, Frank I. Frayne, Harry Hermsen, Gilbert Squarey, Ruthelma Stevens, Anne Tonetti.

(3/29/67) Appeared on the daytime talk show "It's Keene at Noon".

(1947-51) Radio: Starred (as "Mike Barnett") in "Man Against Crime" (CBS Radio).

(1958). Stage Play: Sunrise at Campobello. Drama. Written by Dore Schary. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Costume Design by Virginia Volland. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Cort Theatre: 30 Jan 1958- 30 May 1959 (556 performances). Cast: Ralph Bellamy (as "Franklin Delano Roosevelt"), James Bonnet (as "James Roosevelt"), Alan Bunce (as "Governor Alfred E. Smith"), Clifford Carpenter (as "Mr. Brimmer"), Jerry Crews (as "Daly"), Floyd Curtis (as "Policeman/Stretcher Bearer"), Roni Dengel (as "Anna Roosevelt"), Vincent Dowling (as "Senator Walsh/Stretcher Bearer"), Ethel Everett (as "Marie"), Mary Fickett (as "Eleanor Roosevelt"), William Fort (as "Franklin Calder"), Henry Jones (as "Louis McHenry Howe"), James Earl Jones (as "Edward"), Kenneth Kakos (as "Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr."), Edwin Philips (as "A Speaker/Stretcher Bearer"), James Reese (as "Doctor Bennet"), Richard Robbins (as "Mr. Lassiter"), Jeffrey Rowland (as "John Roosevelt"), Anne Seymour (as "Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt"), Perry Skaar (as "Elliott Roosevelt"), Mary Welch (as "Miss Marguerite (Missy) LeHand"). Understudies: James Bayer (as "Elliott Roosevelt/Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr."), Clifford Carpenter (as "Louis McHenry Howe"), Vincent Dowling (as "Governor Alfred E. Smith/Mr. Lassiter"), Ethel Everett (as "Miss Marguerite (Missy) LeHand/Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt"), William Fort (as "Mr. Brimmer/Senator Walsh"), Kenneth Kakos (as "John Roosevelt"), Richard Robbins (as "Franklin Delano Roosevelt"), Linda Seff (as "Anna Roosevelt/Marie"), Perry Skaar (as "James Roosevelt") and Mary Welch (as "Eleanor Roosevelt"). Produced by Dore Schary and The Theatre Guild. Notes: (1) Mr. Schary won a Tony Award as Best Author, Best Co-Producer. (2) Filmed by Dore Schary Productions [distributed by Warner Bros.] as Sunrise at Campobello (1960).


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