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(1999) Narrated the History Channel Special "Weapons at War"

(1995) Radio commercials: US Postal Service "Postal Notes"

(11/12/69) "Johnny Carson's Repertory Company" as Guest.

"Trouble with People, The" (11/12/72)

(1998) TV commercial: HBO.

(1962) Stage: Appeared (as "Shylock") in Joseph Papp's Shakespeare Festival production of "The Merchant of Venice". Plans were made to televise it nationally, but this stirred up such controversy that the production was telecast only in New York.

(1973) Stage: Appeared (as "Astrov") in "Uncle Vanya" off-Broadway.

(????) Stage: Directed Noël Coward's "Design For Living".off-Broadway.

(1957) Stage: Appeared (as "Richard III") in William Shakespeare's "Richard III" off-Broadway.

(1976) Stage: Appeared (as "Willy Loman") in Arthur Miller's "Death Of A Salesman" off-Broadway.

(????) Stage: Appeared in "Wrong Turn at Lungfish" on Broadway. Also in cast: Kelli Williams, Tony Danza.

(1988) Stage: Appeared in (as "Clarence Darrow") / directed / produced "Clarence Darrow", a one-man show that toured the US.

(1958). Stage Play: Comes a Day. Drama. Written by Speed Lamkin. Directed by Robert Mulligan [only Broadway credit]. Ambassador Theatre: 6 Nov 1958- 29 Nov 1958 (28 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Isabel Lawton"), Joseph Barr (as "Lewis"), Brandon De Wilde (as "C.D. Lawton"), John Dutra (as "Bud"), Larry Hagman (as "Jim Culpepper"), Ruth Hammond (as "Katherine Eubanks"), Arthur O'Connell (as "Charley Lawton"), Michael J. Pollard (as "Joe Glover") [Broadway debut], Eileen Ryan (as "Lorraine"), George C. Scott (as "Tydings Glenn"), Lorna Thayer (as "Mrs. McCarthy"), Diana van der Vlis (as "Caroline Lawton"), Charles White (as "Gordie Eubanks"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Alan J. Pakula.

(1959) Stage: Appeared in "The Andersonville Trial" on Broadway. Drama.

(1960). Stage Play: The Wall. Drama. Written by Millard Lampell. Based on the novel by John Hersey [final Broadway credit]. Featuring songs by Robert De Cormier. Featuring songs with lyrics by Millard Lampell. Directed by 'Morton Da Costa'. Billy Rose Theatre: 11 Oct 1960- 4 Mar 1961 (167 performances + 6 previews that began on 5 Oct 1960). Cast: Yvonne Mitchell (as "Rachel Apt"), George C. Scott (as "Dolek Berson"), Joseph Buloff (as "Fishel Shpunt"), David Opatoshu (as "Pan Apt"), Marian Seldes (as "Symka Berson"), Lorraine Abate (as "Regina Kogan"), Joe Alfasa (as "Men and Women of the Ghetto"), Alice Beardsley (as "Men and Women of the Ghetto"), Joseph Bernard (as "Clerk"), Robert Burr (as "German Sergeant"), Richard Carafa (as "Beggar Child"), Don Doherty (as "Beggar Man"), Robert Drivas (as "Stefan Mazur"), Michael Ebert (as "Mordecai Apt"), Sol Frieder (as "Slonim"), Truman Gaige (as "Pan Kogan"), Vincent Gardenia (as "Pavel Menkes"), Norbert Horowitz (as "German Officer"), Rochelle Horowitz (as "Beggar Child"), Rita Karin (as "Woman in Babushka"), Marketa Kimbrell (as "Pani Kogan"), Paul Mace (as "David Apt"), Honey MacKenzie (as "Woman in Selection"), Leila Martin (as "Rutka Mazur"), Alberta Nelson (as "Woman"), Claudette Nevins (as "Halinka Apt"), James Nielsen (as "German Private"), James Ray (as "Katz"), Kenneth Reid (as "Men and Women of the Ghetto"), Muni Seroff (as "Reb Mazur"), Leon B. Stevens (as "Rappaport"), James Stevenson (as "Man"), Al Verb (as "Men and Women of the Ghetto"). Understudies: Joseph Bernard (as "Pan Apt/Pavel Menkes/Rappaport"), Robert Burr (as "Dolek Berson/Katz"), Richard Carafa (as "David Apt"), Don Doherty (as "Fishel Shpunt/Pan Kogan/Slonim"), Norbert Horowitz (as "Reb Mazur"), Rochelle Horowitz (as "Regina Kogan"), Rita Karin (as "Pani Kogan"), Marketa Kimbrell (as "Symka Berson"), Alberta Nelson (as "Halinka Apt/Rutka Mazur"), Arthur Seelen (as "Dolek Berson"), Marian Seldes (as "Rachel Apt") and James Stevenson (as "Mordecai Apt/Stefan Mazur"). Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Billy Rose.

(????) Stage: Appeared in "General Seeger" on Broadway.

(1967) Stage: Appeared in "Dr. Cook's Garden" on Broadway. Melodrama.

(1967) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Foxes" on Broadwy. Drama (revival). Written by Lillian Hellman.

(1968) Stager: Appeared (as "Sam Nash," "Visitor From Mamaroneck," "Jesse Kiplinger," "Visitor From Hollywood," "Roy Hubley," "Visitor From Forest Hills") in "Plaza Suite" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Directed by Mike Nichols. Plymouth Theatre: 14 Feb 1968-3 Oct 1970 (1097 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Maureen Stapleton (as "Karen Nash," "Visitor From Mamaroneck," "Muriel Tate," "Visitor From Hollywood," "Norma Hubley," "Visitor From Forest Hills"), Bob Balaban (as "Bellhop," "Visitor From Mamaroneck," "Borden Eisler," "Visitor From Forest Hills"), Claudette Nevins, Jose Ocasio. Replacement cast included: Gary Barton, Barbara Baxley, Peggy Cass (as "Karen Nash," "Muriel Tate," "Norma Hubley"), Dan Dailey (as "Jesse Kiplinger," et al), Robert Gerlach, E.G. Marshall (as "Jesse Kiplinger," et al), Lynda Myles, Don Porter, Lawrence Weber, Nicol Williamson. Produced by Arnold Saint Subber.

(1973) Stage: Appeared in "Uncle Vanya" on Broadway. Drama (revival).

(1975) Stage: Appeared in / directed "All God's Chillun Got Wings" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Scenic Design by Ming Cho Lee. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Circle in the Square Theatre: 20 Mar 1975-4 May 1975 (53 performances + 23 previews that began on 28 Feb 1975). Cast: Ken Jennings (as "Shorty"), 'Trish Van DeVere' (as "Ella Downey"), Jimmy Baio (as "Young Mickey"), Verona Barnes (as "Street Person"), Ginny Binder (as "Child"), Grace Carroll (as "Street Person"), Robert Christian (as "Jim Harris"), Beatrice Dunmore (as "Child"), Derrel Edwards (as "Child"), Arthur French (as "Street Person"), Minnie Gentry (as "Mrs. Harris"), Tommy Gilchrist (as "Young Shorty"), Robert Lee Grant (as "Young Joe"), Susan Jayne (as "Young Ella"), Helen Jennings (as "Child"), Robert Earl Jones (as "Street Person"), Alice Nagel (as "Street Person"), Chuck Patterson (as "Wino" / "Singer"), Tim Pelt (as "Joe"), Kathy Rich (as "Child"), Tom Sminkey (as "Mickey"), Ted Snowdon (as "Street Person"), Carl Thomas (as "Young Jim"), Vickie Thomas (as "Hattie Harris"), Craig Wasson (as "Harmonica Player" / "Singer"; Broadway debut). Understudies: Verona Barnes (as "Hattie Harris" / "Mrs. Harris"), Ginny Binder (as "Young Ella"), Derrel Edwards (as "Young Jim" / "Young Joe"), Chuck Patterson (sas "Jim Harris" / "Joe"), Craig Wasson (as "Mickey" / "Shorty"). Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director. Paul Libin: Managing Director).

(1975) Stage: Appeared (as "Willy Loman") in Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" on Broadway. Drama (revival).

(1976) Stage: Appeared in Larry Gelbart's "Sly Fox" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1980) Stage: Appeared in "Tricks of the Trade" on Broadway.

(1982) Stage: Appeared in "Present Laughter" on Broadway.

(1984) Stage: Appeared in "Design For Living" on Broadway.

(1986) Stage: Appeared in "The Boys in Autumn" on Broadway.

(1991) Stage: Appeared in "On Borrowed Time" on Broadway. Comedy (revival).

(1996) Stage: Appeared in "Inherit the Wind" on Broadway. Drama (revival).

(1986) TV commercial: Renault Alliance automobile.

(1963) Stage: Appeared in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Desire Under the Elms," at the Circle in the Square Theatre in New York City. Also in cast: Colleen Dewhurst, Rip Torn. Directed by José Quintero.

(1973) Stage: Appeared in "Uncle Vanya" by Anton Chekhov on Broadway. Also in cast: Conrad Bain, Julie Christie, Lillian Gish, Barnard Hughes, Cathleen Nesbitt, Nicol Williamson. Directed by Mike Nichols. NOTE: Scott was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Actor.

(1996) Stage: Appeared in "Inherit the Wind" on Broadway. NOTE: Scott was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actor.

(1958). Stage Play: Comes a Day. Drama. Written by Speed Lamkin [only Broadway credit]. Directed by Robert Mulligan [only Broadway credit]. Ambassador Theatre: 6 Nov 1958- 29 Nov 1958 (28 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Isabel Lawton"), Joseph Barr (as "Lewis"), Brandon De Wilde (as "C.D. Lawton"), John Dutra (as "Bud"), Larry Hagman (as "Jim Culpepper"), Ruth Hammond (as "Katherine Eubanks"), Arthur O'Connell (as "Charley Lawton"), Michael J. Pollard (as "Joe Glover"), Eileen Ryan (as "Lorraine"), George C. Scott (as "Tydings Glenn"), Lorna Thayer (as "Mrs. McCarthy"), Diana van der Vlis (as "Caroline Lawton"), Charles White (as "Gordie Eubanks"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Alan J. Pakula. Note: Mr. Scott was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actor.

(1960) Stage: Appeared in "The Andersonville Trial" on Broadway. Drama. NOTE: Scott was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actor.

(1988) TV commercial: Endorsing Republican Sen. Lowell Weicker's re-election.


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