Claudette Colbert Poster

Other Works

  • (1949) Magazine advertisement: Chesterfield cigarettes
  • (1963) TV commercial: Maxwell House coffee
  • (1933) Magazine advertisement: Coca-Cola
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Ginette") in "A Kiss in a Taxi" on Broadway. Comedy/farce. Written by Clifford Grey from the French of Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Ritz Theatre: 25 Aug 1925-Oct 1925 (closing date unknnown/103 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher, Arthur Bowyer, Arthur Byron (as "Leon Lambert"), George Graham, Harry Hanlon, Charles Mather, Patricia O'Connor, Lee Patrick (as "Angele"), Edward Rigby, Frank Sherlock, Marios Underwood, John Williams. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Sybil Blake"; Broadway debut) in "The Wild Westcotts" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Anne Morrison Chapin [credited as Anne Morrison]. Frazee Theatre: 24 Dec 1923-Jan 1924 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Leslie Adams, Helen Broderick (as "Mrs. Taylor"), Boyd Davis (credited as W. Boyd Davis; as "Capt. Hippesley Trenchard"; Broadway debut), Morgan Farley (as "Anthony Westcott"), Charles Laite (as "Henry Hewlett"), Norma Lee, Fred Irving Lewis, Vivian Martin, Elliott Nugent (as "Eddie Hudson"), Cornelia Otis Skinner (as "Geraldine Fairmont"), Edith Campbell Walker, Isabel Withers, Douglas Wood. Produced by Lewis (Albert Lewis) and Gordon (Max Gordon).
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared in "The Ghost Train" on Broadway. Mystery/drama. Written by Arnold Ridley. Directed by Norman Houston. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 25 Aug 1926-Oct 1926 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Arthur Barry (as "Herbert Price"), Eric Blore (as "Teddie Deakin"), Isobel Elsom (as "Julia Price"), Gladys Ffolliott (as "Miss Bourne"), Henry Mowbray (as "John Sterling"), Gypsy O'Brien (as "Elsie Winthrop"), Robert Rendel (as "Richard Winthrop"), John Williams (as "Charles Murdock"), Walter Wilson (as "Saul Hodgkin"), Arthur J. Wood (as "Jackson"). Produced by A.H. Woods and Archibald Selwyn. NOTE: Filmed as Der Geisterzug (1927).
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Pilgrim") in "The Pearl of Great Price" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Robert McLaughlin. Directed by James C. Huffman. Century Theatre: 1 Nov 1926-Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Myrtle Adams (as "Folly"), Herbert Ashton (as "Smug"), Lee Beggs (as "Vulgarity"), Irma Bertrand (as "Flirt"), Amelia G. Bingham (as "Shame"), Sydna Black (as "Flip"), Laline Brownell (as "Primp" / "Prudence"), Millie Butterfield (as "Slander"), Kathleen Cambridge (as "Preen"), Marie Desyls (as "Lesbia"), Peter Doyle (as "Hunger" / "Bailiff"), William Dupont (as "Quill" / "Want"), Malcolm Fassett (as "Truth"), Mrs. William Faversham (as "Envy"), Edward M. Favor (as "Greed"), Booth Franklin (as "Beggar" / "Blase" / "Despair"), 'Albert Froome' (as "Bore" / "Law"), Bernice Gardener (as "Lure"), Hazel Goodwin (as "Pert"), Elmer Grandin (as "Prejudice"), Frank Green (as "Idle Rich"), Julia Hoyt (as "Luxury"), Millie James (as "Loneliness"), Frances Kelly (as "Swirl"), Margot Kelly (as "Any Man's Sister"), Marion Kerby (as "Pander"), H. Kurasaki (as "Cringe"), Adele Le Roy (as "Primp"), Ross Neal (as "Queer"), John Nicholson (as "Adventure" / "Drink" / "Foreman of the Jury"), Dagmar Oakland (as "Beauty"), Eugene Ordway (as "Lust"), Florence Pendleton (as "Despair"), Marie Pettes (as "Pride"), Adele Ranson (as "Flounce"), Effie Shannon (as "Mother of Pilgrim"), Reginald Sheffield (as "Love"), Marcella Swanson (as "Vanity"), Richard Temple (as "Fame" / "Humanity"), Helen Tucker (as "Indolence"), Valdeo (as "Orgy"), Betty Webb (as "Smirk"), Mae Welch (as "Swish"), Irene Whipple (as "Wanton"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1929) Stage: Appeared in "See Naples and Die" on Broadway. Comedy. Written / directed by Elmer Rice. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Vanderbilt Theatre: 24 Sep 1929-Nov 1929 (closing date unknown/62 performances). Cast: Margaret Arrow (as "Hjordis De'Medici"), Horace Cooper (as "Basil Rowlinson"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Ivan Ivanovitch Kosoff"), Gregory Dniestroff (as "A Small Chess-Player"), Walter Dreher (as "Hugo von Klaus"), Beatrice Herford (as "Lucy Evans"), Marvin Kline (as "Stepan"), Ulisse Mattioli (as "Fascist Guard"), Edward Maurelli (as "Carriage Driver"), Joseph Pierantoni (as "Fascist Guard"), Roger Pryor (as "Charles Carroll"), Rose Rolanda (as "Luisa"), S. Sarmatoff (as "A Bearded Chess-Player"), Rinaldo Schenone (as "Angelo De'Medici"), Lucille Sears (as "Mary Elizabeth Dodge Norton"), Helen Shea (as "A Maid"), Margaret Knapp Waller (as "Kunegunde Wandl"), Albert West (as "Gen. Jan Skulany"). Produced by Lewis E. Gensler. NOTE: Filmed as Oh, Sailor Behave! (1930).
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Lou") in "The Barker" on Broadway. Written by Kenyon Nicholson [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Biltmore Theatre: 18 Jan 1927-Jul 1927 (closing date unknown/221 performances). Cast: George Barbier (as "Col. Gowdy"), Raymond Bramley (as "Doc Rice"), Norman Foster (as "Chris Miller"), Florence Gerald (as "Maw Benson"), Philip Heege (as "T-Bone"), Ross Hertz (as "A Hick"), May Hopkins (as "Cleo"; final Broadway role), Walter Huston (as "Nifty Miller"), Albert Hyde (as "Pop Morgan"), John Irwin (as "Sailor West"), Nakoloilani (as "Hawaiian Trio"), Pakalaka (as "Hawaiian Trio"), Pakuakini (as "Hawaiian Trio"), Al Roberts (as "Hap Spissell"), Eleanor Winslow Williams (as "Carrie"). Produced by Charles L. Wagner, in association with Edgar Selwyn.
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Sylvia Bainbidge") in "The Mulberry Bush" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Edward Knoblock. Directed by Clifford Brook. Theatre Republic: 26 Oct 1927-Nov 1927 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: Isobel Elsom (as "Anne Lancaster"), Stanley Harrison (as "Judge"), Ruth Lyons (as "Natalie Dunsmore"), Edwin Nicander (as "Edgar Worth"), James Rennie (as "Harry Bainbridge"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and A.H. Woods.
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Carlotta D'Astradente") in "La Gringa", produced on Broadway. Written by Tom Cushing [final Broadway credit]. Directed / produced by Hamilton MacFadden. Little Theatre: 1 Feb 1928-Feb 1928 (13 performances). Cast: Clara Blandick, Eva Condon (as "Belle Spinney"), Arlene Francis (as "Soror Felicidad"), Jessie Graham (as "Mrs. Nott"), Marie Haynes (as "Charity"), Isabel Irving (as "Madre Superior"), Cecil Kern (as "Bertha Beales"), William Lovejoy (as "Pedro"), George Nash (as "Capt. Aaron Bowditch"), Frank Sylvester (as "Capt. Jabez Spinney"), Paul Wright (as "Dr. Caleb Sprague"). NOTE: Filmed as South Sea Rose (1929).
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Agnes Lynch") in "Within The Law" on Broadway. Written by Bayard Veiller. Directed by Clifford Brook and Mabel Brownell. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 5 Mar 1928-Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast included: Robert Warwick, Stanley Logan.
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Patricia Mason") in "Fast Life" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Ambassador Theatre: 26 Sep 1928-Oct 1928 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: C. Edwin Brandt, John Burch, Irene Cattell (as "Christina Johnson"), Goo Chong, Jean Clarendon, Don Dillaway, Frederick Earle, Frank Graham, Vincent Gulliver, Frank Howson (as "Clyde Turner"), Thomas Irwin, Donald McClelland, Frank B. Miller, Adrian Morris, Chester Morris (as "Chester Palmer"), William Morris, Dorothy Payne, Frank Reyman, Wells Richardson, Muriel Robinson, Anne Tarnoff, Robert Toms, Walter Tyrrell, Crane Wilbur (as "Bradford Palmer"), Mabel Williams, Paul Wilson. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared in "Tin Pan Alley" on Broadway. Written by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Biltmore Theatre: 1 Nov 1928-Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/69 performances). Cast: John Abrams (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Ward Argo (as "One of the Rialto Rounders"), Roger Bacon (as "Her Son"), George Bleasdale (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Dorthy Farnum (as "Old Lady"), Claire Farrell (as "One of the Small Timers"), Richard Finley (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Marian Florance (as "Suburbanite"), Norman Foster (as "Fred Moran"), Arthur Gaby (as "One of the Small Timers"), Arnold Goodrow (as "Escort"), John Graham (as "Suburbanite"), Alton Hamilton (as "Suburbanite"), Henry Hammond (as "Escort"), Horbert Harwood (as "Gyp"), John O. Hewitt (as "Brakeman"), Herbert Heywood (as "Pete"), Marjorie Hubert (as "Mrs."), Charlotte Hunt (as "Dumb Dora"), Mortimer Hunt (as "Mr."), Curtis Karpe (as "Tony Costero"), Donald Lashley (as "Porter"), Melvin Leewood (as "One of the Small Timers"), Sam Levene (as "Telephone Troublehunter"), Arline Lloyd (as "Suburbanite"), George M. Lloyd (as "Conductor"), David Manning (as "Jake"), Marica Manning (as "Ruthie Day"), Constance McKay (as "Peggy Loree"), William Nally (as "Bull"), Edgar Nelson (as "Johnny Dolan"), William A. Norton (as "Sgt. Dillon"), Walter Powers (as "Wop"), Marie Preston (as "Suburbanite"), Ramon Racomar (as "Georgie Dunn"), George Rogers (as "Det. Hogan"), Irving Sklar (as "Old Lady"), William Truda (as "One of the Rialto Rounders"), Grace Walsh (as "Rio Rita Girl"), Mildred Waterbury (as "Rio Rita Girl"), Marion Waters (as "One of the Small Timers"), Ben Welden (as "Isadore Marks"), Bert Wilcox (as "Charlie Roseberg"), John Wray (as "Joe Prividi"), Donald Wynne (as "Porter"). Produced by Harry Lang and Henry B. Forbes. NOTE: Filmed as New York Nights (1929)
  • (1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Ada Fife") in "Dynamo" on Broadway. Written by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Philip Moeller. Martin Beck Theatre: 11 Feb 1929-Mar 1929 (50 performances). Cast included: Dudley Digges. Produced by the Theatre Guild, Inc.
  • (1985) Stage: Appeared (as "Lady Frinton") in "Aren't We All?" on Broadway [romantic comedy]. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Directed by Clifford Williams. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 29 Apr 1985- 21 Jul 1985 (93 performances + 19 previews). Cast included: Rex Harrison, Jeremy Brett, Lynn Redgrave.
  • (1981) Stage: Appeared (as "Anne Royce McClain") in "A Talent for Murder" on Broadway. Written by Jerome Chodorov and Norman Panama. Directed by Edwin S. Lowe. Biltmore Theatre: 1 Oct 1981-6 Dec 1981 (77 performances + 11 previews). Cast included: Jean-Pierre Aumont.
  • (1978 Stage: Appeared (as "Evelyn") in "The Kingfisher" on Broadway. Written by William Douglas-Home. Directed by Lindsay Anderson. Biltmore Theatre: 6 Dec 1978-13 May 1979 (181 performances + 9 performances). Cast: Rex Harrison, George Rose (I)'.
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared (as "Hedda Rankin") in "The Irregular Verb to Love" on Broadway. Written by Hugh Williams and Margaret Williams. Directed by Cyril Ritchard (also in cast as "Felix Rankin"). Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 18 Sep 1963-28 Dec 1963 (115 performances + 2 previews that began on 15 Sep 1963). Cast: Margot Bennett (as "Fedra"), Roger C. Carmel (as "Mr. Andrikos"), Robert Drivas (as "Andrew Rankin"), Hilda Haynes (as "Mrs. Couter"), Katherine Hays (as "Lucy Beckett"), William Kinsolving (as "Michael Vickers"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Produced in association with Orrin Christy Jr.
  • (1958) Stage: Appeared (as "Content Lowell, Ph.D.,D.Litt.,M.F.A., Soc.Sc., Dean of Women, Mrs. Paul Delville") in "The Marriage Go-Round", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Leslie Stevens. Stage Manager: Grant Gordon. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Donald Oenslager. Miss Colbert's Dresses by Lanvin-Castillo. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Plymouth Theatre: 29 Oct 1958-13 Feb 1960 (431 performances). Cast: Charles Boyer (as "Paul Delville, Ph.D., M.Sc., D.Litt., M.F.A., C.B.E., F.R.S., Professor of Cultural Anthropology"), Julie Newmar (as "Katrin Sveg"), Edmon Ryan (as "Ross Barnett, Ph.D., M.Sc., LI.D., M.F.A., Maitland Chair"). Produced by Paul Gregory. NOTE: Colbert was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress.
  • (1961) Stage: Appeared (as "Julia Ryan") in "Julia, Jake and Uncle Joe" on Broadway. Directed by Richard Whorf. Written by Howard Teichmann. Based on "Over at Uncle Joe's" by Oriana Atkinson. Booth Theatre: 28 Jan 1961 (1 performance). Cast: Miles Baker, Maurice Brenner, Don Briggs, Lynne Charnay, Tony Cichoke, Alexander Clark, Myles Eason, F.S. Fisher, John Garner, Grant Gordon [final Broadway role], Jim Holder, Herbert Jones, Laryssa Lauret, Joseph Leon, R.K. Lowry, Boris Marshalov, Kelly McCormick, Eigil Silju, Ludmilla Tchor. Produced by Roger L. Stevens and John Shubert. Produced in association with Sherman S. Krellberg.
  • (c. 1986) Spoken Word Recording: "Gift from the Sea" (Random House Audio)
  • (1984) Stage: Appeared in Frederick Lonsdale's play, "Aren't We All?," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Rex Harrison, Nicola Pagett and Francis Matthews in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (2/2/42) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Skylark".
  • (1938) Magazine advertisement: Lucky Strike cigarettes
  • (1951) Stage: Appeared in "Island Fling," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared in Arthur Kober and George Oppenheimer's play, "A Mighty Man Is He," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Joan Wetmore in the cast.
  • (5/6/74) Stage: Appeared in "Jerome Chodorov's play, "A Community for Two," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared in Hugh and Margaret Williams' play, "The Irregular Verb to Love," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ with Cyril Ritchard (also director) in the cast.
  • (9/55) Stage: Appeared Arthur Kober and George Oppenheimer's play, "A Mighty Man Is He," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, ME.
  • (3/20/39) Radio: Appeared (as "Ellie") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "It Happened One Night".

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