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(1925-28) Toured the U.S. in vaudeville

(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Babs Green"; Broadway debut) in "Top Speed" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Guy Bolton. Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Lyrics by Bert Kalmar. Music by Harry Ruby. Musical Direction by Ivan Rudisill. Choreographed by John Boyle and Leroy Prinz. Directed by John Harwood. Chanin's 46th Street Theatre (moved to The Royale Theatre from 10 Mar 1930-close): 25 Dec 1929-22 Mar 1930 (104 performances). Cast: Flo Allen (as "Ensemble"), Lester Allen (as "Elmer Peters"), Ray Apgar (as "Ensemble"), Theodore Babcock (as "Mr. Rollins"; final Broadway role), Tom Barrett (as "Ensemble"), Laine Blaire (as "Molly"), Billie Blake (as "Ensemble"), Norine Bogan (as "Ensemble"), Irene Carroll (as "Ensemble"), Martha Carroll (as "Ensemble"), Samuel Critcherson (as "Vincent Colgate"), Sunny Dale (as "Daisy Parker"; final Broadway role), George Del Drigo (as "Waiter at the Yacht Club" / "Ensemble"), Irene Delroy (as "Virginia Rollins"), Alan DeSylva (as "Ensemble"), Adele Dickson (as "Ensemble"), Harland Dixon (as "Tad Jordan"), Valerie Dolaro (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Driscoll (as "Ensemble"), John T. Dwyer (as "Spencer Colgate"), Enes Early (as "Ensemble"), Olga Fox (as "Ensemble"), Louise Francis (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Franke (as "Ensemble"), Paul Frawley (as "Gerry Brooks"), Fred Furman (as "Ensemble"), William Hale (as "Souvenir Storekeeper"), Lon Haschal [(redited as Lon Hascalll; as "Pete Schoonmaker"; final Broadway role), Mildred Hosee (as "Ensemble"), Carolyn James (as "Ensemble"), Gene Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Marie Keve (as "Ensemble"), George King (as "Ensemble"), Jerry Kirkland (as "Ensemble"), Hilda Knight (as "Ensemble"), Willis Lawrence (as "Ensemble"), Irving Lesser (as "Ensemble"), Dixie Lester (as "Ensemble"), Arthur May (as "Ensemble"), Beth Meredith (as "Ensemble"), Hal Morton (as "Ensemble"), Kendall Northrop (as "Ensemble"), Hermes Pan (as "Ensemble"), Lloyd Pedrick (as "Bellows"), Lorraine Power (as "Ensemble"), John Quinn (as "Ensemble"), Helen Rauth (as "Ensemble"), Kay Reilly (as "Ensemble"), Shirley Richards (as "Shirley"), Mildred Rye (as "Ensemble"), Paula Sands (as "Ensemble"), Charlotte Silton (as "Ensemble"), Frances Thress (as "Ensemble"), Elinor Walent (as "Ensemble"), Nondas Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Ken Williams (as "Chauffeur/Ensemble"), Dodo Wyatt (as "Ensemble"), Daniel Wyler (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Bolton, Kalmar & Ruby Ltd. NOTE: Filmed as Top Speed (1930).

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Molly Gray") in "Girl Crazy" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Alvin Theatre: 14 Oct 1930-6 Jun 1931 (272 performances).

(1951) Stage: Starred in "Love and Let Love" on Broadway

(1959) Stage: Starred in "The Pink Jungle" on the road from San Francisco to Boston.

(1960) Stage: Starred in "Annie Get Your Gun" on the road in the New England states.

(1961) Stage: Starred in "Bell, Book and Candle", US tour.

(1962) Stage: Starred in "Husband and Wife" in Phoenix, AZ

(1963) Stage: Starred in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown", US tour of western states.

(1964) Stage: Starred in "Tovarich", US tour.

(1965-68) Stage: Starred in "Hello Dolly!" on Broadway and on a U.S. tour

(1969-70) Stage: Starred in "Mame" in London, England.

(1971) Stage: Starred in "Coco" on US tour of New England states.

(1974) Stage: Starred in "No, No, Nanette" in Dallas, TX.

(1974-75) Stage: Starred in "40 Carats" in Chicago, IL.

(1975-79) Stage: Starred in "The Ginger Rogers Show" on US and foreign tour.

(1980) Stage: Starred in "Anything Goes" on the road in the U.S.

(1983) Stage: Starred in "Miss Moffat" in Indianapolis, IN.

(1984) Stage: Starred in "Charley's Aunt" in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

(3/78) Stage: Appeared with Donald O'Connor at the London Palladium in London, England. Also in cast: Charlie Smithers. Onna White was director.

(1969) Stage: Appeared in Jerry Herman's musical "Mame," at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England, with Margaret Courtenay, Ann Beach, Barry Kent, Guy Spaull, Burt Kwouk, Tony Adams, Brian Jackson, Gary Warren, Julia McKenzie and Gerald Davis in the cast. Gene Saks was director.

(4/238/49) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" production of "Bachelor Mother".

(5/6/46) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" production of "Bachelor Mother".

(2/1/42) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" production of "Bachelor Mother".

(1/22/40) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" production of "Bachelor Mother".

(7/5/78) Guested on the daytime talk show "The Stanley Siegel Show".

(1978) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening to Remember," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA.

(1/1/51) Radio: Appeared (as "Dinah Barkley") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "The Barkleys of Broadway".

(1/13/1967) Stage: Appeared in Jerry Herman's musical, "Hello, "Dolly!," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.

(1977) Stage: Appeared (as Herself) in "The Ginger Rogers Show" at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ. Revue. Also in cast: Rick Podell, Michael Cody, Jeff Parker, Ron Steinbeck, Jim Taylor and Christie Westmoreland. Onna White was director.

(1935) Print ad: Lux soap.


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