John Forsythe Poster

Other Works

  • (1968) Stage: Appeard in "Weekend" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1953) Stage Play: The Teahouse of the August Moon. Comedy. Written by John Patrick. Based on the novel by Vern J. Sneider. Music composed by Dai-Keong Lee. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Robert Lewis. Martin Beck Theatre: 15 Oct 1953- 24 Mar 1956 (1027 performances). Cast: John Forsythe (as "Capt. Fisby"), David Wayne (as "Sakini"), Paul Ford (as "Col. Wainright Purdy III"), Larry Gates (as "Capt. McLean"), William Hansen, Mariko Niki, Richard Akagi, Joyce Chen, Norman Chi, Kaie Deei, Jerry Fujikawa (as "A Villager"), Kikuo Hiromura, Kame Ishikawa, Harry Jackson, Laurence Kim, Mara Kim, Naoe Kondo, Chuck Morgan, Shizu Moriya, Frank Ogawa, Mary Ann Reeve, Saki, Kuraji Seida, Yuki Shimoda, Moy Moy Thom, Vivian Thom, Haim Winant, Kenneth Wong. Produced by Maurice Evans. Produced in association with George Schaefer. Note: Filmed by MGM as The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956).
  • (1947) Stage: Appeared (as "Bill Renault") in "It Takes Two" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Virginia Faulkner and Dana Suesse. Scenic Design by John Root. Directed by George Abbott. Biltmore Theatre: 3 Feb 1947-8 Feb 1947 (8 performances). Cast: Julius Bing (as "Mr. Fine"), Robert Edwin, Hugh Marlowe (as "Todd Frazier"), Anthony Ross, Martha Scott (as "Connie Frazier"), Reta Shaw, Temple Texas, Vivian Vance (as "Bee Clark"). Produced by George Abbott and Richard Aldrich.
  • (1944) Stage: Appeared (as "Pvt. O'Hara, USMC") in "Yellow Jack" on Broadway. Historical drama (This production, arguably a revival, is a shortened version of the original, put together by the actors in "Winged Victory." They gave one performance of the play, inviting critics and other members of the armed forces). Written by Sidney Howard. In collaboration with Paul De Kruif. Music arranged by M/Sgt. Norman Leyden. Scenic Design by Pfc. Robert Rowe Paddock. Directed by Pfc. Martin Ritt. 44th Street Theatre: 7 Apr 1944 (1 performance). Cast: Pvt. Whit Bissell (as "Brinkerhof, Private, M.C., U.S.A"), Pvt. Philip Bourneuf (as "Dr. Carlos Finlay"), Cpl. Fred Cotton, Olive Deering (as "Miss Blake, Special Nurse in Charge of the Yellow Fever Ward"), Pfc. Donald Hanmer, Pfc. Pitt Herbert, 2nd Lt. Gilbert Herman, Cpl. Gary Merrill (as "Walter Reed, Major, M.C., U.S.A."), Sgt. Joseph Meyer, Louis Neistadt, Sgt. George Reeves (as "James Carroll, Member of the American Yellow Fever Commission"), Pvt. Grant Richards (as "Aristides Agramonte, Member of the American Yellow Fever Commission"), Pfc. Robert Rose, Pvt. Alfred Ryder, Pfc. Kenneth Utt.
  • (1943) Stage Play: Winged Victory. Musical drama. Written by Moss Hart. Incidental music by Sgt. David Rose. Music arranged by Sgt. David Rose. Assistant Musical Director: M/Sgt. Norman Leyden. Featuring songs by Carmen Dragon, Franz Gruber, Joseph Mohr and Robert Crawford. Assistant Lighting Design by S/Sgt. Ralph Alswang. Production Manager: 1st Lt. Irving P. Lazar and 1st. Lt. Benjamin Landis. Stage Manager: Pvt. Jerome Whyte. 1st Assistant Stage Manager: Sgt. Charles Atkin. Assistant Stage Mgr: Pvt. Herman Kantor, Cpl. Emery Battis, Pfc. Grant Gaither, Pvt. Alfred Moscowitz, Sgt. Irving Pincus, Pvt. Russell Hinchliffe, Pvt. Martin Mellon and Pvt. Alfred Ashley. Directed by Moss Hart. 44th Street Theatre: 20 Nov 1943- 20 May 1944 (212 performances). Cast: Sgt. John Ademy, Cpl. Jerry Hilliard Adler, Pvt. John Andes, Cpl. Richard Annis, Florence Aquino, Cpl. Edward Ashley, Mrs. Edward Ashley, Faith Avery, Phyllis Avery, Mathilde Baring, Capt. Sidney Bassler, Cpl. Etienne Bauer, Mrs. Alan Baxter, Pvt. Alan Baxter, Pvt. Richard Beach, 2nd Lt. Don Beddoe (as "Colonel Blakely"), Capt. Raye Bidwell, Pvt. Whit Bissell (as "Lt. Jules Hudson"), Joan Black, Pfc. Kenneth Black, Pvt. Ramon Blackburn [final Broadway role], Pvt. Royce Blackburn [final Broadway role], Pvt. Robert Blakeman, Pvt. Philip Bourneuf (as "Colonel Gibney"), S/Sgt. Sascha Brastoff, Mrs. Robert I. Braun, Sgt. Horace Brynolfson, Pfc. Thomas Burdick, Pfc. James Burke, Pvt. Red Buttons (as "Whitey"), Mrs. William Cahan, Sgt. David Calvin, Cpl. Robert Cantell, Sgt. Frank Chamberlin, Shirley Chambers, Pfc. Dick Chandlee, Mrs. Thomas Charlesworth, Pfc. Thomas Charlesworth, Cpl. Ira Cirker, Pvt. Lee J. Cobb (as "Doctor Baker"), Pvt. Alfred Cocozza, Pvt. Eugene Conley, Mary Cooper, Cpl. Fred Cotton, Sgt. Howard Cranford, Cpl. Mark Daniels, Mrs. Mark Daniels, S/Sgt. Frank Davis, Pfc. John Deane, Olive Deering (as "Ruth"), Pfc. Thomas Dillon, Cpl. Milton Douglas, Mrs. Milton Douglas, Cpl. Russell W. Drewes, Mrs. Michael Duane, Pvt. Michael Duane, Sgt. David Durston, Katherine Eames, Helen Eastman, Pvt. George Edwards, 2nd Lt. Frank Egan, Pvt. John Elliott, Mrs. James Engler, Cpl. Tommy Farrell (as "Ensemble"), Mrs. Abe Feder, Elfin Finn, Mrs. Arthur Finne, Pvt. Arthur Finne, Pfc. Kenneth Forbes, Pvt. John Ford, Pvt. John Forsythe (as "Ensemble"), Sgt. D.J. Fradenburg, Elisabeth Fraser, Sgt. Carl Fredrickson, Genevieve Frizzell, Mrs. Gilbert Frye, Sgt. Gilbert Frye, Pvt. Dave Gaber, S/Sgt. Gordon Gaines, Cpl. Charles Gavek, Pvt. Hayes Gordon, Mrs. Thomas Grace, Sgt. Thomas Grace, Pvt. A.L. Green, Pfc. John Green, Sgt. George Griffin, Virginia Hammond, Pfc. Donald Hanmer, Pvt. Michael Harvey, S/Sgt. Peter Lind Hayes (as "O'Brien"), Pfc. Pitt Herbert, Gilbert Herman, Pvt. Bert Hicks, 1st Lt. George Hoffmann, Mrs. Dick Hogan, Pvt. Dick Hogan, Cpl. Donald Hultgren, Pvt. Milton Hultgren, Sgt. Rune Hultman, T/5 Jay Hyde, Pfc. Alan Jason, Mrs. William Justice, Pvt. William Justice, Sgt. Frank Kane, Mrs. Herman Kantor, Mrs. Paul Kaye, Pvt. Paul Kaye, Pvt. John R. Kearney, Pvt. James Keogan, Pvt. Alfred Kunz, Mrs. Stuart Langley, Pvt. Stuart Langley, Cpl. James Larmore, Cpl. John Lawler, Mary Lenhardt, Pvt. Harry Lewis, Mrs. John Macmillan, Pvt. John Macmillan, Pvt. Louis J. Magyar, Pvt. Karl Malden (as "Adams"), Sgt. Zeke Manners, Pvt. William Marshall, Pfc. James Mattingly, Pfc. Robert J. Mauch (as "Ensemble"), Pfc. Billy Mauch (as "Ensemble"), Sgt. Kevin McCarthy (as "Ronny Meade"), Jean McCoy, Pfc. Ray McDonald, Mrs. Edward McMahon, Pfc. Edward McMahon, Mrs. Norman Mendelson, Pfc. Norman M. Mendelson, Cpl. Gary Merrill (as "Captain McIntyre"), Mrs. Gary Merrill, Pvt. Ray Merrill, Sgt. Joseph Meyer, Sgt. Ray Middleton (as "Lt. Sperry"), Ellen Miller, Pvt. Brad Dexter [credited as Barry Mitchell], Pvt. Kent Morrison, Pvt. Robert Nash, Pvt. William Nash, 1st Lt. William Neil, Mrs. William Neil, Pvt. Barry Nelson (as "Bobby Grills"), Cpl. Eugene Nelson, Pfc. Edmond O'Brien (as "Irving Miller"), Pvt. Damian O'Flynn, Margaret Parmentier, Pvt. Cy Perkins, Pvt. George Petrie, Laura Pierpont (as "Mrs. Gardner"), Cpl. James Polack, Pvt. Jack Powell, Sgt. Jack Proctor, Pvt. James Rafferty, Sgt. Salvatore Randazzo, Sgt. Edward Reardon, Cpl. Earl Redding, Pvt. Walter Reed, Mrs. George Reeves, Sgt. George Reeves (as "Lt. Thompson"), Cpl. Don Richards, Pvt. Grant Richards, Mrs. Carroll Riddle, 1st Lt. Carroll C. Riddle, Pfc. Martin Ritt (as "Gleason"), Mrs. Archie Robbins, Pvt. Archie Robbins, Pfc. Robert Rose, Pvt. Emanuel Rosenberg, Pfc. Anthony Ross, Pfc. Arthur Ross, Pvt. Henry Rowland, Elsa Ryan, Pvt. Alfred Ryder, S/Sgt. Danny Scholl, Pfc. David Scott, Sgt. Wilbur Sheibels, Pfc. Douglas Sibole, Pvt. Henry Slate, Pvt. Jack Slate, Pvt. Dan Stanley, Pvt. Robert Stevens, Mrs. Julian Stockdale, Pvt. Julian Stockdale, Mrs. Claude Stroud, Pvt. Claude Stroud, Mrs. Elliot Sullivan, Pvt. Elliot Sullivan, Cpl. Frederick Sullivan, Cpl. David Sureck, Pvt. Don Taylor, Pfc. Forrest Thompson, Pfc. James Thompson, Pvt. John Tyers, Pfc. Kenneth Utt [Broadway debut], Pvt. Howard Vanderberg, Pvt. George Wainwright, Cpl. Finley Walker, Laura Walker, Sgt. Fred Weisberg, Sgt. Frank Whitmore, Pvt. Jack Willey, Mrs. Robert Willey, Sgt. Robert Willey, Pvt. Jack Williams, Cpl. Joseph Williams, Sgt. Victor Young, Sgt. Jerome Zimmerman. Produced by The U.S. Army Air Forces. Note: Actors in this production were on active duty in the armed forces at the time of production and credited under their various ranks.
  • (1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Coast Guard"; Broadway debut) in "Yankee Point" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Gladys Hurlbut. Directed by John Cromwell (also appearing as "Bob Adams"). Longacre Theatre: 23 Nov 1942-12 Dec 1942 (24 performances). Cast: Arthur Aylesworth (as "Uncle Pete"), Edna Best (as "Mary Adams"), Ann Dere (as "Miss Higgins"), Dorothy Gilchrist, Donald McClelland, Elizabeth Patterson, Richard Rudi, Dora Sayers, K.T. Stevens, James Todd. Produced by Edward Choate and Marie Louise Elkins.
  • (1979) TV commercial (voice-over): Michelob beer
  • (1987) TV commercial: Forever Krystle & Carrington Fragrance perfume
  • Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Roberts"; replaced Henry Fonda) on Broadway.
  • Stage: Appeared in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," directed by Elia Kazan, on Broadway.
  • (May 13, 1985) Guest on "Live on Five".
  • (1963) He acted in Norman Krasna's play, "Kind Sir," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Patricia Barry in the cast.
  • (November 18, 1947) He played Chris Keller in Arthur Miller's play, "All My Sons," at the Erlanger Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Sidney Blackmer (Joe Keller); Robert F. Simon (Dr. Jim Bayliss); Dudley Sadler (Frank Lubey); Ellen Mahar (Sue Bayliss); Hope Cameron (Lydia Lubey); Bobby Martinez (Bert); Beth Merrill (Kate Keller); Ann Shepherd (Ann Deever); and James Gregory (George Deever) in the cast.
  • (October 24, 1949) He acted in Joshua Logan and Thomas Heggen's play, "Mister Roberts," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with James Rennie, Robert Burton, Jackie Cooper, Cliff Robertson, Herbert Duffy, Frank Campanella, MIchael Reilly, Robert Keith Jr., Robert Carson, Dan Barton, Fred Eisley, Arthur P. Keegan, Harry Holsten, Frances Helm, Richard Walsh, Charles Boaz Jr., and Linwood McCarthy in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Joshua Logan was director. Leland Hayward was producer.
  • (July 1963) He acted in Norman Krasna's play, "Kind Sir," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Patricia Barry in the cast.
  • (November 30, 1971 to January 8, 1972) He acted in Herman Wouk's play,"The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial," at Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Hume Cronyn in the cast. Henry Fonda was director.

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