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Stage: Appeared in "Out of the Frying Pan" on Broadway, 1941.

Stage: Appeared in "Fly Away Home" on Broadway, 1935.

(1935). Stage Play: Jubilee. Musical comedy. Based on material by Moss Hart. Music by Cole Porter. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costumes and modern gowns designed by Irene Sharaff and Connie De Pinna. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Dialogue Directed by Monty Woolley. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Directed by Hassard Short. Imperial Theatre: 12 Oct 1935- 7 Mar 1936 (169 performances). Cast: Mary Boland (as "The Queen"), Margaret Adams, Betty Allen (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Allen (as "Ensemble"), Albert Amato (as "Announcer/Ensemble"), Dorothy Atkins (as "Ensemble"), Bruce Barclay (as "Ensemble"), May Boley (as "Eva Standing"), Jeanette Bradley (as "Ensemble"), Charles Brokaw, Donald Brown, Jerry Bruce (as "Ensemble"), Bobby Burns, Wyn Cahoon (as "Ensemble"), Kay Cameron (as "Ensemble"), Leo Chalzel (as "Cabinet Minister/Keeper of Zoo/Newsboy"), Montgomery Clift (as "Prince Peter"), Helen Cole (as "Ensemble"), Melville Cooper (as "The King"), Tom Curley (as "Ensemble"), Miriam Curtis (as "Ensemble"), Denise Denning (as "Ensemble"), Jack Donaldson (as "Ensemble"), Donald Douglas, Evelyn Eaton (as "Ensemble"), Jack Edwards (as "The Drunk"), Jane Evans (as "Mrs. Watkins"), Ted Fetter (as "The Usher"), Alice Fitzsimmons, Dorothy Forsythe (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Fox (as "The Beach Widow"), Jacqueline Franc (as "Ensemble"), Rose Gale (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Graves (as "Ensemble"), Vernon Hammer (as "Ensemble"), Marion Hammer (as "Ensemble"), Marion Heemsath (as "Ensemble"), Buddy Hertelle, Jay Hunter (as "Ensemble"), Michael James (as "Ensemble"), Joyce Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Janice Joyce (as "Ensemble"), Adele Jergens, Jackie Kelk, James Keogan, Leslie Kingdon (as "Ensemble"), June Knight (as "Karen O'Kane"), Robert Lewis, Richie Ling (as "Lord Wyndham"), Helene Louise, Jules Mann (as "Ensemble"), Philip Mann (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Martin (as "Ensemble"), Jack Millard (as "Ensemble"), John Moore (as "Ensemble"), Mickey Moore (as "Ensemble"), Harry Murray (as "Master of Ceremonies/Ensemble"), Frank Nay (as "Ensemble"), Austra Neiman (as "Ensemble"), Mark Plant, David Preston (as "Ensemble"), Victor Pullman (as "Ensemble"), Olive Reeves-Smith (as "Laura Fitzgerald"), Patricia Roe, Raymond Roe, Wilma Roelof, Sid Salzer (as "Ensemble"), Tanya Sanina (as "Ensemble"), Bob Schultz (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Seel (as "Ensemble"), Grena Sloan, Ralph Sumpter, Vernon Tanner (as "Ensemble"), Rose Tyrrell (as "Ensemble"), Norman Van Emburgh (as "Ensemble"), Elsa Walbridge (as "Ensemble"), Charles Walters (as "Prince James"), Gil White (as "Ensemble"), Jack Whitney, Castle Williams (as "Ensemble"), Derek Williams (as "Eric Dare"), Gilbert Wilson, Janice Winter (as "Ensemble"), Erika Zaranoya (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Sam Harris and Max Gordon.

Yr. Obedient Husband (1938). Comedy. Written by Horace Jackson. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by John Cromwell. Broadhurst Theatre: 10 Jan 1938- Jan 1938 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman (as "Podd"), Leslie Austen, J.W. Austin, Montgomery Clift, Florence Eldridge (as "Prue"), Brenda Forbes, Helena Glenn, A.J. Herbert, Marilyn Jolie, Walter Jones, Fredric March, Ethel Morrison, John Picard, Katherine Stewart, Harold Thomas, Dame May Whitty, Martin Wolfson. Produced by Marwell Production, Inc.

Stage: Appeared in "Eye on the Sparrow" on Broadway, 1938.

Stage: Appeared in "The Wind and the Rain" on Broadway, 1938.

Stage: Appeared in "Dame Nature" on Broadway, 1938.

The Mother (1939). Drama. Written by Karel Capek. English version by Miles Malleson and Paul Selver. Directed by Miles Malleson. Lyceum Theatre: 25 Apr 1939- Apr 1939 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Stephen Ker Appleby, Reginald Bach, Alan Brixey, Edward Broadley (as "The Old Man"), Montgomery Clift (as "Tony"), Alla Nazimova (as "The Mother") [Ms. Nazimova's final Broadway appearance], Carl Norval, Tom Palmer, Marvin Wells, Agnes Young. Produced by Victor Payne-Jennings. Produced in association with Kathleen Robinson.

(1940). Stage Play: There Shall Be No Night. Drama. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Costume Design by Valentina. Directed by Alfred Lunt. Alvin Theatre: 29 Apr 1940- 9 Aug 1940 (115 performances). Cast: Charles Ansley (as "Joe Burnett"), Charva Chester (as "Ilma"), Montgomery Clift (as "Erik Valkonen"), Maurice Colbourne (as "Dr. Ziemssen"), Robert Downing (as "Photographer") [Broadway debut], Lynn Fontanne (as "Miranda Valkonen"), Elisabeth Fraser (as "Kaatri Alquist"), Thomas Gomez (as "Ben Gichner"), Sydney Greenstreet (as "Uncle Waldemar"), Claude Horton (as "Sgt. Gosden"), William LeMassena (as "Frank Olmstead"), Alfred Lunt (as "Dr. Kaarlo Valkonen"), Ralph Nelson (as "Photographer"), Edward Raquello (as "Maj. Rutkowski"), Phyllis Thaxter (as "Lempi"), Brooks West (as "Gus Shuman"), 'Richard Whorf (as "Dave Corween"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard). Note: This is the only one of Sherwood's well-known plays that was never filmed.

(1942). Stage Play: Mexican Mural.

(1942). Stage Play: The Skin of Our Teeth. Comedy. Written by Thornton Wilder. Press Representative: Richard Maney and John L. Toohey. Stage Manager: B.D. Kranz. Assistant Stage Mgr: Stanley Prager. Directed by Elia Kazan. Plymouth Theatre: 18 Nov 1942- 25 Sep 1943 (359 performances). Cast: Tallulah Bankhead (as "Sabina"), Florence Eldridge (as "Mrs. Antrobus"), Fredric March (as "Mr. Antrobus"), Remo Bufano (as "Dinosaur"), Carroll Clark, Harry Clark, Montgomery Clift (as "Henry"), Stephan Cole, Ralph Cullinan (as "Homer"), Morton Da Costa, Viola Dean (as "Ivy"), Aubrey Fassett, Edith Faversham, Seumas Flynn, Arthur Griffin, Frances Heflin (as "Gladys"), Ralph Kellard (as "Professor/Mr. Tremayne") [final Broadway role], Emily Lorraine, E.G. Marshall (as "Mr. Fitzpatrick"), Eulabelle Moore, Eva Mudge Nelson (as "Miss M. Muse"), Stanley Prager (as "Usher/Conveener/Fred Bailey"), Andrew Ratousheff, Florence Reed, Patricia Riordan, Elizabeth Scott, Joseph Smiley, Earl Sydnor, Dick Van Patten (as "Telegraph Boy") [credited as Dickie Van Patten], Stanley Weede. Produced by Michael Myerberg.

(1944). Stage Play: Our Town. Drama (revival). Book by Thornton Wilder. Directed by Wesley McKee and Jed Harris. City Center: 10 Jan 1944- 29 Jan 1944 (24 performances). Cast: Arthur Allen (as "Professor Willard"), Montgomery Clift (as "George Gibbs"), Owen Coll (as "Constable Warren"), Marc Connelly (as "Stage Manager"), Curtis Cooksey (as "Dr. Gibbs"), Richard Dalton (as "Joe Crowell"), Parker Fennelly (as "Mr. Webb"), Frederica Going (as "Lady in the Box"), Alice Hill (as "Woman in the Balcony"), Walter O. Hill (as "Mr. Carter"), Carolyn Hummel (as "Rebecca Gibbs"), Donald Keyes (as "Howie Newsome"), Doro Merande (as "Mrs. Soames"), John Paul (as "Man in The Auditorium"), John Ravold (as "Joe Stoddard"), Ethel Remey (as "Mr. Webb"), Roy Robson (as "Si Crowell"), Teddy Rose (as "Wally Webb"), Martha Scott (as "Emily Webb"), William Swetland (as "Simon Stimson"), Evelyn Varden (as "Mrs. Gibbs"), Jay Velie (as "Sam Craig"). Produced by Jed Harris. Note: Previously filmed by Sol Lesser Productions [distributed by United Artists] as Our Town (1940) with Ms. Scott and Ms. Merande appearing in the film.

(1944). Stage Play: The Searching Wind. Drama. Written by Lillian Hellman. Directed and produced by Herman Shumlin. Fulton Theatre: 12 Apr 1944- 20 Jan 1944 (318 performances). As "Samuel Hazen." Cast: Edgar Andrews, Dudley Digges, Joe De Santis, Eugene Earl, Mercedes Gilbert, Alfred Hesse, Dennis King, Walter Kohler, Arnold Korff, Eric Latham, Barbara O'Neil, William F. Schoeller, Cornelia Otis Skinner.

Stage: Appeared in "Foxhole in the Parlor" on Broadway, 1945.

Stage: Appeared in "You Touched Me!" on Broadway, 1945.

Stage: Appeared in "The Seagull" on Broadway, 1954.

1965: Recording of "The Glass Menagerie" for Caedmon Records with Julie Harris, Jessica Tandy and David Wayne, directed by Howard Sackler.

Starred in two episodes of radio series "Theater Guild on the Air" (ABC): "The Glass Menagerie" (with Helen Hayes, in Sep 16, 1951), and in "The Search" (Mar 9, 1952).

As Husbands Go (1933). Comedy (revival). Written and directed by Rachel Crothers. Forrest Theatre: 19 Jan 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/148 performances). Reputed to be Clift's Broadway debut but credits are in doubt.

1/23/51: Starred on NBC Radio in "Cavalcade of America", episode "The Metal of the Moon".

The lead character in the James Kirkwood novel "Hit Me With A Rainbow" is told several times that he resembles Montgomery Clift. The character attributes this to Monty's recent death.

There Shall Be No Night (1940). Drama (return engagement). Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Scenic Design by Richard Whorf. Costume Design by Valentina. Directed by Alfred Lunt. Alvin Theatre: 9 Sep 1940- 2 Nov 1940 (66 performances). Cast: Lynn Fontanne (as "Miranda Valkonen"), Alfred Lunt (as "Dr. Kaarlo Valkonen"), Charles Ansley (as "Joe Burnett"), Charva Chester (as "Ilma"), Montgomery Clift (as "Erik Valkonen"), Maurice Colbourne (as "Dr. Ziemssen"), Donald Fox (as "Photographer"), Elisabeth Fraser (as "Kaatri Alquist"), Thomas Gomez (as "Ben Gichner"), Sydney Greenstreet (as "Uncle Waldemar"), Claude Horton (as "Sergeant Gosden"), William LeMassena (as "Frank Olmstead"), Ralph Nelson (as "Photographer"), Edward Raquello (as "Major Rutkowski"), Phyllis Thaxter (as "Lempi"), Brooks West (as "Gus Shuman"), Richard Whorf (as "Dave Corween"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).

(1963) Guest - "The Hy Gardner Show," 13 January.


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