Produced "What's Nude?" along with Peter Basch (Paperback / Published 1960)
Narrated a videotape that was produced by a radical animal rights organization.
Book: God's First world: wrote and illustrated this parable about pollution, etc.
Wrote children's books "A Little Pigeon Toad" (1988) and "Pondlarker" (1990) and others.TV Commercial
s: (voice) Hyundai, Early 1990's
In 1972, he starred in an unsold pilot called "The Bar" about a bartender, played by Fred Gwynne, who got involved with his patrons problems - usually not to their benefit. The pilot was recast and became a summer replacement series "The Corner Bar" starring Gabriel Dell.
Performed on Broadway
in the following productions:
Mrs. McThing (1952). Comedy/fantasy. Written by Mary Chase
. Background music (played on the Theremin) by Mischa Tulin. Directed by Joseph Buloff. Martin Beck Theatre (moved to The Morosco Theatre from 25 Mar 1952- 1 Nov 1952 then moved to The 48th Street Theatre from 3 Nov 1952- close): 20 Feb 1952- 10 Jan 1953 (320 performances). Cast: Helen Hayes
(as "Mrs. Howard V. Larue III"), Brandon De Wilde
(as "Boy" and "Howay"), Jules Munshin
(as "Poison Eddie Schellenbach"), Minnette Barrett, Ernest Borgnine
(as "Nelson"), Ann Buckles, Solen Burry, Mildred Chandler, Irwin Corey
(as "Dirty Joe"), Marga Ann Deighton, Elsa Freed, Fred Gwynne
) (as "Stinker"), William Lanteau
(as "Waiter"), Enid Markey
(as "Evva Lewis"), Mary Michael, Lydia Reed, Robert Sagalyn, Paula Trueman, Iggie Wolfington. Produced by ANTA (Robert Whitehead, Managing Director).
Love's Labour's Lost (1953). Comedy.
The Frogs of Spring (1953).
Irma La Douce (1960). Musical comedy. Music by Marguerite Monnot. Original lyrics by Alexandre Breffort. Original book by Alexandre Breffort
. English lyrics by Julian More, David Heneker and Monty Norman. English book by Julian More, David Heneker and Monty Norman. Music orchestrated by Andre Popp. Additional orchestrations by Robert Ginzler
. Dance music by John Kander. Vocal arrangements by Bert Waller and Stanley Lebowsky. Musical Director: Stanley Lebowsky. Choreographed by Onna White
. Directed by Peter Brook. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The Alvin Theatre from 30 Oct 1961- close): 29 Sep 1960- 31 Dec 1961 (524 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Keith Michell
(as "Nestor-Le-Fripe, a Law Student"), Elizabeth Seal
(as "Irma-La-Douce, a Puole"), Stuart Damon, Fred Gwynne
(as "Polyte-Le-Mou, a Mec"), George S. Irving, Aric Lavie, Zack Matalon, Osborne Smith, George Del Monte, Michael Fesco, Rico Froehlich, Eddie Gasper, Elliott Gould
(as "An Usher/First Warder/A Priest/Gendarme, Prison
er and Irma's Admirer"), Byron Mitchell
(as "Court Gendarme/Gendarme, Prison
er and Irma's Admirer"), Joe Rocco, Rudy Tronto. Produced by David Merrick
. Produced in association with Donald Albery and H.M. Tennent, Ltd. Produced by arrangement with Henry Hall. Note: Filmed as Irma la Douce
Here's Love (1963). Musical. Music by Meredith Willson
. Book by Meredith Willson. Based on "Miracle on 34th Street" by Valentine Davies
and George Seaton
. Lyrics by Meredith Willson. Musical Director: Elliot Lawrence. Vocal arrangements by Elliot Lawrence. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Peter Howard. Additional scoring: Elliot Lawrence. Choreographed by Michael Kidd
. Directed by Stuart Ostrow. Shubert Theatre: 3 Oct 1963- 25 Jul 1964 (334 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Laurence Naismith
(as "Mr. Kris Kringle"), Janis Paige
(as "Doris Walker"), Craig Stevens
(as "Fred Gaily"), Fred Gwynne
(as "Marvin Shellhammer"), Diane Ball, Michael Bennett, Duane Bodin, Debbie Breen, Elaine Cancilla, Kathy Cody, Patrick Cummings, Ceil Delli, Larry Douglas, David Doyle
(as "Mr. Psawyer"), Suzanne France, Penny Gaston, William Griffis, Cliff Hall, Del Horstmann, Reby Howells, Gene Kelton, Ronnie Kroll, Mara Landi, Baayork Lee, Valerie Lee, David Lober, Sal Lombardo, Mary Louise, William Louther, Bob McClure, Terrin Miles, Hal Norman, Patti Pappathatos, Paul Reed, Sandra Roveta, Arthur Rubin, Darrell Sandeen, Carolsue Shaer, John Sharpe, Bill Stanton, Leesa Troy. Produced by Stuart Ostrow.
The Lincoln Mask (1972). Written by V.J. Longhi. Incidental music by Ezra Laderman. Assistant Director (for the "Our American Cousin" sequences): Patricia Cope. Directed by Gene Frankel. Plymouth Theatre: 30 Oct 1972- 4 Nov 1972 (8 performances + 19 previews). Cast: Thomas Barbour, Jean Bruno, W.B. Brydon, Patricia Cope, Ronnie Clair Edwards, Fred Gwynne
(as "Abraham Lincoln"), Albert Henderson, Earl Hindman
(as "Asa Trenchard, "Our American Cousin" cast member" and "Tanny McDonald"), Alek Primrose
(as "Lord Dundreary, "Our American Cousin" cast member," and "Dr. Henry"), Tom Rosqui, Eva Marie Saint
(as "Mary Todd"), Ray Stewart, Eric Tavaris, Joseph Warren. Produced by Albert W. Selden and Jerome Minskoff.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1974). Drama (revival).
A Texas Trilogy: The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia (1976).
Players (1978). Written by David Williamson. Directed by Michael Blakemore. Lyceum Theatre: 6 Sep 1978- 24 Sep 1978 (23 performances + 10 previews). Cast: Fred Gwynne
(as "Jock Riley"), Rex Robbins, Thomas A. Carlin
(as "Ted Parker"), Tom Flagg
(as "Danny Rowe"), Michael O'Hare, Gene Rupert. Produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Eddie Kulukundis. Produced for the Kennedy Center by Roger L. Stevens.
Whodunnit (1982). Written by Anthony Shaffer. Directed by Michael Kahn. Biltmore Theatre: 30 Dec 1982- 15 May 1983 (157 performances + 19 previews). Cast: Hermione Baddeley
(as "Dame Edith Runcible"), Barbara Baxley, Gordon Chater, Jerome Dempsey, Ronald Drake, John Glover
(as "Roger Dashwell, A Black Sheep"), Fred Gwynne
(as "Inspector Bowden, An Unconventional Yard Detective") [final Broadway
role], George Hearn
(as "Andreas Capodistriou"), Jeffrey Alan Chandler, Lauren Thompson. Produced by Douglas Urbanski, Robert A. Buckley and E. Gregg Wallace, Jr.TV commercial
s: Armstrong Flooring (late 70s-early 80s)
(1990) TV commercial
s for Maytag (voice)
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