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(2006) Wrote the foreword to the book "Huston, We Have a Problem", by Oswald Morris (Scarecrow Press)

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Small Boy") in "Dead End" on Broadway. Drama. Production Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Written and directed by Sidney Kingsley. Belasco Theatre: 28 Oct 1935-12 Jun 1937 (687 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Mr. Griswald"), Charles Bellin, Charles Benjamin, Philip Bourneuf, Marie R. Burke, Richard Clark, Francis G. Cleveland, George Cotton, 'Marc Daniels (I)', Francis De Sales, Ethel Dell, Gabriel Dell (as "T.B."; Broadway debut), Joe Downing (as "Babyface Martin"), Charles R. Duncan, Willis Duncan, Dan Duryea (as "G-Man"; Broadway debut), Elspeth Eric (as "Drina"), Sidonie Espero, Martin Gabel, Edward P. Goodnow, David Gorcey (as "Second Avenue Boy"), Leo Gorcey (as "Second Avenue Boy"; only Broadway appearance), Huntz Hall (as "Dippy"; only Broadway appearance), Billy Halop (as "Tommy"; Broadway debut), Drina Hill, Bobby Jordan (as "Angel"), Margaret Linden, Blossom MacDonald, Marjorie Main (as "Mrs. Martin"), Margaret Mullen, Robert J. Mulligan, Theodore Newton, George N. Price (as "Old Gentleman"; final Broadway role), Bernard Punsly (as "Milty"), Lewis L. Russell, Harry Selby, Joseph Taibi, William Toubin, Sheila Trent (as "Francey"), Cyril Gordon Weld, Billy Winston, Louis Woods, Elizabeth Wragge, Dane Clark. Produced by Norman Bel Geddes.

(1937). The Eternal Road. Musical. Based on material by Franz Werfel, as adapted by William A. Drake and as translated by Ludwig Lewishon. Scenic Design, Costume Design, and Lighting Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Directed by Max Reinhardt. Music by Kurt Weill. Manhattan Opera House: 7 Jan 1937- 15 May 1937 (137 performances). Cast: Charles Adler, Maia Airoff, Herbert Alani, Antionette Allen, Louise Allen, Leslie Austen, Neslon Barclift, Fred Barrie, Michael Bataeff, Robert Bentley, Abner Biberman (as "Adversary's Partner"), Ida Bidner, Anthony Blair, Sophie Brent, Katherine Carrington, Albert Cazentre, Bennett Challis, Thomas Chalmers, Al Clifford, Noel Cravat (as "Shimon" and "Aaron"), Ben Cutler, Eva Dainova, Henry Day, Marguerite De Anguera, Roger De Koven (as "Fanatic"), Olive Deering, Walter Elliott, William Elliott, Blanche Evan, Edward Fisher, Jules Flier, Carl Formes, ELizabeth Friend, Walter Gilbert, Samuel Goldenberg, Anita Gorin, Marie Guttman, Charles Hale, Harry Hamill, Paul Hammond, Robert Harrison, Frances Hellman, Charles Horner, William Howell, Carroll Howes, Sam Jaffe, Ralph Jameson, Janet Janov, Harold Johnsrud, Starr West Jones, Edward Kane, Kurt Kasznar, Hal Kingsley, Bertha Kunz-Baker, Alexander Lazuk, Lotte Lenya, Paul Leon, David A. Leonard, Ruth Virginia Lewis, Lil Liandre, Lou Lief, Betty Lind, Baruch Lumet, Sidney Lumet (as "The Estranged One's Son"), Joseph Macauley, Paul Marion, Leonard Mence, Florence Meyer, Raymond Miller, William M. Miller, Tommy Mott, Victorie Moussaieff, Ruth Nisenson, Eva Ortman, Sarah Osnath-Halevy, Doris Ostroff, Mary Perrine, Rosamond Pinchot, Cassius C. Quimby, Ruth Ross, Herbert Rudley, Lucien Rutman, Angela Schoop, Mark Schweid, Blake Scott, Eleanor Searle, Ethel Selwyn, Sylvia Shane, Marian Siwek, James Spivak, Harold Sternberg, Sam Sternberg, Ruth Stromberg, Gustav Stryker, Lydia Tarnova, Molly Taylor, Myron Taylor, Sol Tisman, Maxine Trevor, John Uppman, Dick Van Patten ]credited as "Dickie Van Patten"], Edward Vermonti, Earl Weatherford, Benjamin Zemach. Produced by Crosby Gaige and Meyer W. Weisgal.

(1938). Stage Play: Sunup to Sundown. Written by Francis Edward Faragoh. Directed by Joseph Losey. Hudson Theatre: 1 Feb 1938- Feb 1938 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Leslie Barrett (as "Pogriski"), Henry Bashein (as "Ensemble"), Nancy Bashein (as "Ensemble"), Harris Berger (as "Ensemble"), Earl J. Brisgal (as "Slim"), Margery Britton (as "Ensemble"), Mills Brooke (as "Ensemble"), Frances Dworkin (as "Rosa"), Nonnie Edwards (as "Karen"), Thomas Fisher (as "Feher"), Lester Florant (as "Ensemble"), Sylvia Florant (as "Tessie"), Eugene Gericke (as "Andy Turner"), Walter Greaza (as "Alden Turner"), Eula Guy (as "Mrs. Hopkins"), Jack Jordan (as "Buddy Turner"), Percy Kilbride (as "Sam Fitch"), Sidney Lumet [credited as Sydney Lumet] (as "Stanley"), Jimmy Lydon (as "Jakey"), Ormond Lydon (as "Ensemble"), Anthony Maggi (as "Ensemble"), Jasper Mangione (as "Gonzales"), Frank Mannino (as "Cesare"), Florence McGee (as "Marta"), Billy Mintz (as "Ensemble"), Nt Mintz (as "Ramon"), Margaret Moore (as "Ensemble"), Gordon W. Pollock (as "Ensemble"), Stanley Povitch (as "Ensemble"), Charles Proctor (as "Ensemble"), Carl Benton (as "Reid Brockwell"), Joseph Singer (as "Di Marco"), Maxine Stuart (as "Pearl"), Mary Tarcai (as "Mrs. Gonzales") [final Broadway role], Ruth Tobin (as "Ensemble"), James Todd (as "Dr. Toliver"), Ludmila Toretzka [credited as Ludmilla Toretzka] (as "Mrs. Di Marco"). Produced by D.A. Doran.

(1938). Stage Play: Schoolhouse on the Lot. Comedy. Written by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Scenic Design by Arne Lundborg. Directed by Phillip Dunning. Ritz Theatre: 22 Mar 1938- May 1938 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Walter Armin (as "Herman Godansky"), Buford Armitage (as "Sampson"), Nancy Barnwell, Edward Barry, Carter Blake, Donald Brown, Joe Brown Jr., Frederic Clark, Hylah Coley, Gerald A. Cornell, June Curtis, Virginia Dunning, Eleanor Flagg, William Foran, Averell Harris, Jean Harris (as "Dolly Shepard"/Alternate), Robert H. Harris (as "Lawrence M. Stone") [Broadway debut], Eda Heinemann (as "Miss Fish"), Jack Kelly, Natalynne LaGoff, Lucille Low, Sidney Lumet (as "Mickey"), Richard Manning, Mary Mason, James Moore, David Pelham, Robert Pelham, Betty Philson, Paton Price (as "Make-Up Man") [Broadway debut], Edward Ryan Jr., Julanne Sack, Nate Sack, Nancy Sheridan, Gerard Sloane, Houseley Stevenson (as "J.G. Hamilton"), Onslow Stevens (as "Peter Driscoll"), Thomas F. Tracey (as "Mr. Zarbel"), Charles Wagenheim. Produced by Philip Dunning. Produced by arrangement with George Jessel.

(1938). Stage Play: My Heart's in the Highlands.

(1939). Stage Play: Christmas Eve. Drama.

(1940). Stage Play: Morning Star. Comedy. Written by Sylvia Regan. Incidental music by Lee Wainer and Robert Sour. Directed by Charles Freeman. Longacre Theatre: 16 Apr 1940- 8 Jun 1940 (63 performances). Cast: Martin Blaine (as "Harry Engel"), Joseph Buloff (as "Aaron Greenspan"), Ross Elliott (as "Hymie, as a Young Man"), Cecila Evans (as "Esther"), Jeanne Greene (as "Fanny"), Georgette Harvey (as "Pansy"), Kenneth Le Roy (as "Young Hymie, as a Boy"), Sidney Lumet (as "Hymie Tashman"), David Morris (as "Irving Tashman"), Molly Picon (as "Becky Felderman"), Henry Sharp (as "Myron Engel"), Harold J. Stone (as "Benjamin Brownstein"), Ruth Yorke (as "Sadie"). Produced by George Kondolf.

(1940). Stage Play: Journey to Jerusalem. Drama.

(1941). Stage Play: Brooklyn, U.S.A.

(1948). Stage Play: Seeds in the Wind.

(1956). Stage Play: Night of the Auk.

(1960) Stage: Directed "Caligula" on Broadway. Written by Albert Camus. Material adapted by Justin O'Brien. 54th Street Theatre: 16 Feb 1960-19 Mar 1960 (38 performances).

(1962) Stage: Directed "Nowhere to Go But Up" on Broadway. Musical. Music by Sol Berkowitz. Lyrics / book by James Lipton. Music orchestrated / arranged by Robert Ginzler. Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene. Musical Director: Herbert Greene. Choreographed by Ronald Field. Winter Garden Theatre: 10 Nov 1962-17 Nov 1962 (9 performances + 3 previews). Cast: Marty Allen (as "Member of The Gang"), Val Avery (as "Policeman / Reporter"), Robert Avian, Martin Balsam (as "Moe Smith"), Nicole Barth, Tom Bosley (as "Izzy Einstein"), Frank Campanella (as "Lupo"), Sally Ann Carlson, Bert Convy (as "Tommy Dee"), Diane Coupé, Joel Craig, Dorothy D'Honau, Lillian D'Honau. Rico Froehlich, Bruce Gordon, H.F. Green, Blair Hammond, Maureen Hopkins, Todd Jackson, Jami Landi, Sally Lee, Phil Leeds (as "Hymie / Hop Wong"), Jodi Kim Long, Dorothy Loudon, Barbara Marcon, Michael Maurer, Larry Merritt, Mary Ann Mobley (as "Jean Morgan"), Frank Pietri, Dan Rehg, Sandra Roveta, Bill Starr, Dean Taliaferro, Gerald Teijelo, Eleonore Treiber, Art Wallace, James Weiss. Produced by Herbert Greene, Kermit Bloomgarden and Steven H. Scheuer.

(1995) Book: "Making Movies"


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