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(1926)' Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "The Merry World" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Maurice Ruebens, J. Fred Coots, Herman Hupfeld and Sam Timber. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Featuring songs by Marc Anthony and Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Leo Robin, Donovan Parsons and Herbert Reynolds. Staged by James C. Huffman. Directed by Charles Judels. Imperial Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 2 Aug 1926-close): 8 Jun 1926-21 Aug 1926 (87 performances). Cast: Beatrice Bickel, Laine Blaire, Billie Blake, Marian Boazo, Emil Boreo, Margaret Breen, Ann Burnes, Donald Calthrop, Louise Chowning, Carmen Conley, Grace Connelly, Lucita Corvera, Wilma Crossman, Edith Davis, Betty De Pascue, Bernard Dudley, Mary Dunckley, Irving Edwards, Sudworth Frazier, Selby Galloway, Grace Glover, Alexander Gray, Nicholas Grey, Elna Gudrun, Fred Harper, Morris Harvey, Grace Hayes, Evelyn Herbert, Frank Jarvis, Ann LaVerne, Edwin Lawrence, Morhora Lloyd, Lily Long, Lillian Lorray, Yoland Losee, June Lovewell, Cookie Lunsford, Eva Lynn, Frances Lynn, Helen Madigan, Ada Marcus, Jaquelyn Marshall, Ritta Martin, Maryland Collegians, Marion Mooney, Gale Moore, Jane Moore, Ruth Moore, Maxine Morton, Sylvia Neirick, Dorothy Noble, Starke Patterson, Betty Pecan, Bunnie Pedreau, Lola Raine, Dezso Retter, Annie Rose, Salt and Pepper, Betty Sheldon, Ruth Simmons, Lily Smart, Olga Smirnova, Evan Southwell, Leonie Spiro, Frances Suzanne, Mabelle Swor, Myrtle Thompson, Kao Tortoni, Peaches Tortoni, Rosalie Trego, Nicholas Tripolitoff, Helen Wallace, Thomas Whitely, Dorothy Whitmore, Virginia Whitmore. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1934) Stage: Appeared in "Life Begins at 8:40" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and E.Y. Harburg. Comedy scenes directed by Philip Loeb. Principal director: John Murray Anderson. Winter Garden Theatre: 27 Aug 1934-16 Mar 1935 (237 performances). Cast: Luella Gear (as "The Bride" / "The Rose" / "The Window Dresser's Wife" / "Agatha" / "Frou-Frou" / "Winnie Whittlebone" / "I Couldn't Hold My Man" Singer / "The First Lady Life Begins at City Hall"), Bert Lahr, Frances Williams, Eugene Ashley, Jack Barrett, Mary Bay, Regina Beck, Vicki Belling, Helen Bennett, George Bockman, Hazel Boffinger, Edward Browne, Sally Bynum, Mary Ann Carr, Noreen Carr, Jean Carson, Geri Chopin, Frances Comstock, Aida Conkey, Hope Dare, Maxine Darrell, Aline Davis, Brian Donlevy, Tom Draper, Dixie Dunbar, Helene Ecklund, William Ehlers, Marjorie Ezequelle, Charles Fowler, Darley Fuller, Peggy Gallimore, Williem Gerard, Sally Gibbs, Ilse Gronau, Kai Hansen, Pearl Harris, Winifred Harris (as "The Mother" / "Chin Up" / "Lydia Gooseberry" / "New Deal Ladies' Circle"), Josephine Houston, Mary Howard, Julie Jenner, Esther Junger, Jane Lane, Michael Logan, Arthur Manning, Adrienne Matzenauer, James McColl, Ethel Medsker, Jane Moxon, Ofelia & Pimento, Emmett Oldfield, Earl Oxford, Jessica Pepper, Gloria Pierre, Sid Salzer, Betty Schlaffer, Josephine Schwarz, Bartlett Simmons, Grena Sloan, Jack Starr, Donald Stewart, Sherry Stuart, Anya Taranda, Peggy Thomas, Ethel Thorsen, Walter Wahl, Mildred Webb, The Charles Weidman Dancers, Grover Whalen, Robert Wildhack. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1929). Stage Play: Heads Up. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Book by Jack McGowan and Paul Girard Smith. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett. Pianist: Phil Ohman. Musical Director: Alfred Newman. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Kiviette. Directed by George Hale. Alvin Theatre: 11 Nov 1929- 15 Mar 1930 (144 performances). Cast: Atlas & La Mar, Ray Bolger (as "Georgie"), Alice Boulden, Chester Bree, Louis Delgado, Robert Gleckler (as "Captain Denny"), John Hamilton, John Hundley, Richard Macaleese, Victor Moore (as "Skippy Dugan"), Barbara Newberry, Lew Parker [credited as Lewis Parker] (as "James Clarke/Ensemble"), Betty Starbuck (as "Betty Boyd"), Janet Velie, Jack Whiting. Produced by Alex. A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley.

(Late 70s) TV commercials: Scotch Buy Products for Safeway

(1969) Stage: Appeared in "Come Summer" on Broadway. Musical. Music by David Baker. Lyrics / book by Will Holt. Based on "Rainbow on the Road" by Esther Forbes. Vocal arrangements by Trude Rittman. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Stanley Simmons. Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton. Directed by Agnes de Mille. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 18 Mar 1969-22 Mar 1969 (7 performances + 14 previews). Cast: Paul Berné, Marcia Brushingham, Bjarne Buchtrup, William Cottrell, Leonard John Crofoot, David Cryer, Cathryn Damon, John Gerstad, Margaret Hamilton, Walter Hook, Del Horstmann, Lucia Lambert, William LeMassena, Mary Ann Rydzeski, Dorothy Sands, Barbara Sharma, Britt Swanson, Toodie Wittmer. Produced by Albert W. Selden and Hal James.

(1940) Stage: Appeared (as "Crazy as a Loon" Singer" / "Dancer" / "Thirsty Man" / "The Fountain" / "A Latin Tune, A Manhattan Moon, and You Singer / "A Latin Tune, A Manhattan Moon, and You" Dancer / "Rhett, Scarlett & Ashley" Singer / "Old Jitterbug" Singer / "Old Jitterbug" Dancer / "Raffles" Dancer / "The Tiger" / "Hormones" / "This is Winter" Dancer") in "Keep Off the Grass" on Broadway. Musical comedy/revue. Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Al Dubin and Howard Dietz. Sketches by Mort Lewis, Parke Levy, Alan Lipscott, S. Jay Kaufman and Norman Panama and Melvin Frank. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Vocal arrangements by Anthony R. Morelli. Miss O'Brien's arrangements by Arthur Wilson. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Don Walker. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Nat Karson. Stage Directed by Frederick De Cordova. Book directed by Eddie Dowling [credited as Edward Duryea Dowling]. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Broadhurst Theatre: 23 May 1940-29 Jun 1940 (44 performances). Cast: Larry Adler (as "The Old Park Bench" Singer" / "Toscanini, Stokowski and Me" Assistant"), Ray Arnett, Billie Bernice, Mimi Berry, Blondie (as "Dorothy Thompson" / "Misinformation, Please"), Peanuts Bohn, Betty Bruce, Virginia Burke, Martha Burnett, Imogen Carpenter, Ilka Chase (as "She" / "Romantique" / "Thirsty Woman"/ "The Fountain" / "Juliet" / "Shakespeare's-A-Poppin" / "Rhett, Scarlett & Ashley" Singer / "Art Lover" / "Museum Piece"), Gloria Clare, Harriet Clarke, John Coy, Margie Dale, Maude Davis, Bela de Tuscan, Joanna de Tuscan, Fred Deming, Helen Devlin, Henry Dick, La Motte Dodson (as "Announcer, Misinformation, Please"), Jimmy Durante (as "Dr. Kildare / "The Tree Doctor" / "The Fugitive" / "A Fugitive From Esquire" / "Clifton Fadiman"/ "Misinformation, Please" / "McSwindle" / "Shakespeare's-A-Poppin" /"Rhett, Scarlett & Ashley" Singer / "Guide" / "Museum Piece" / "Toscanini, Stokowski and Me" Conductor / "Mulligan" / "Hormones"), Hugh Ellsworth, Esta Elman, Jane Froman, Gloria Gaffey, Peggy Gallimore, Jackie Gleason (as "The Cabby's Serenade" Singer / "Dr. Christian" / "The Tree Doctor" / "The Cop" / "The Fountain" / "The Valet" / "A Fugitive From Esquire" / "The Old Park Bench" Singer / "Tybalt" / "Shakespeare's-A-Poppin" / "Art Lover" / "Museum Piece" / "Toscanini, Stokowski and Me" Assistant / "A Salesman" / "Hormones"), Jiggs (as "F.P.A." / "Misinformation, Please"), Emmett Kelly (as "The Cabby's Serenade" Singer / "The Old Park Bench" Singer / "Art Lover" / "Museum Piece" / "La Motte Dodson's Monkeys Performer"), Ann Lass (as "Dancing Young Lady"), Lynn Lawrence, June Le Roy, 'Jose Limon' (as "Performer"), Peggy Littlejohn, Louie (as "Oscar Levant" / "Misinformation, Please"), Lois Martin, Mary Joan Martin, John McAuley, Margery Moore, Hal Neiman, Virginia O'Brien, Sunnie O'Dea, Patsy (as "Ann Sheridan" / "Misinformation, Please"), Percy (as "Gypsy Rose Lee"), Jane Gray Petri, Nan Rae, Jerome Robbins (billed as Jerry Robbins; as "Dancing Young Man"), Robert Shackleton, Jerry Shepherd, Bob Sidney, Jane Starner, Aileen Stone, Sylvia Stone, Arnold Saint Subber (as "Bootblack" / "The Fountain" / "Art Lover"), Frances Tannehill (as "Park Stroller" / "The Fountain" / "Bird Lover" / "Birds" / "The Morelli Singers"), Lee Tannen, The Toreadors, Daphne Vane, Sid Walker, Mimi Walthers, Don Weissmuller. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Sapiens") in "By Jupiter" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Book by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers; Based on "The Warrior's Husband" by Julian F. Thompson. Musical Director: Johnny Green. Vocal arrangements by Johnny Green and Clay Warnick. Music arranged by 'Don Walker (I)' (v). Scenic / Lighting Design by 'Jo Mielziner' (v). Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Directed by Joshua Logan. Shubert Theatre: 3 Jun 1942-12 Jun 1943 (427 performances). Cast: Margaret Bannerman, Bertha Belmore, Helen Bennett, Ruth Brady, Martha Burnett, Irene Corlett, Betty Jo Creager, Mark Dawson, Bob Douglas, Ralph Dumke, Berni Gould, June Graham, Ronald Graham, Barbara Heath, Louis Hightower (as "Slave"; credited as Lewis Hightower), Robert Hightower, Flower Hujer, Rose Inghram, Kay Kimber, Ray Koby, Janet Lavis, Don Liberto, Michael Mann, Jane Manners, Tony Matthews, Virginia Meyer, Constance Moore, Margery Moore, Monica Moore, Mary Morris, Beth Nichols, Dorothy Poplar, Bobby Priest, Joyce Ring, Rosemary Sankey, George Schwalbe, William Silvers, Toni Stuart, Olga Suarez (as "Ensemble"), Maidel Turner (as "Caustica"), William Vaux, Benay Venuta, Vera-Ellen (as "Minerva, First Camp Follower"), Wana Wenerholm, Ken Whelan, Robert Wilson. Produced by Dwight Wiman and Richard Rodgers. Produced in association with Richard Kollmar.

(1957) Single: "Once In Love With Amy" / "Cricket Song" (Kapp Records)

(1948 Stage: Appeared (as "Charley Wykeham") in "Where's Charley?" on Broadway. Comedy. Music / Lyrics by Frank Loesser. Directed by / Book by George Abbott, based on the play "Charley's Aunt" by Brandon Thomas. Musical Director: Edward Scott. Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal and Hans Spialek. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Scenic Design / Costume Design by David Ffolkes. Broadway Theatre: 11 Oct 1948-9 Sep 1950 (792 performances). Cast: Horace Cooper (as "Mr. Spettigue"), Paul England (as "Sir Francis Chesney"), Jane Lawrence (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Amy Spettigue"), Doretta Morrow (as "Kitty Verdun"), Byron Palmer (as "Jack Chesney"), Rae Abruzzo (as "Singer"), John Allen (as "Singer"), Marian Baird (as "Singer"), Robert Baird (as "Singer"), Vicki Barrett (as "Dancer"), Mary Alice Bingham (as "Dancer"), James Bird (as "Singer"), Douglas Deane (as "Reggie" / "Dancer"), Geraldine Delaney (as "Dancer"), Alex Dunaeff (as "Dancer"), Marge Ellis (as "Dancer"), George Enke (as "Dancer"), Marie Foster (as "Patricia/Dancer"), John Friend (as "Dancer/A Professor"), Dan Gallagher (as "Singer"), Bobby Harrell (as "Dancer"), Bob Held (as "Singer"), Jane Judge (as "Singer"), Edgar Kent (as "Wilkinson"), Ray Kyle (as "Dancer"), James Lane (as "Photographer"), John Lynds (as "Brassett"), Cornell MacNeil (as "Singer"), Marcia Maier (as "Dancer"), Betty Oakes (as "Singer"), Eleanor Parker (as "Singer"), Hazel Patterson (as "Dancer"), Stowe Phelps (as "Singer"), Katharine Reeve (as "Singer"), Walter Rinner (as "Dancer"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), Susan Stewart (as "Dancer"), Gloria Sullivan (as "Singer"), Ernest Taylor (as "Singer"), Bill Weber (as "Dancer"), Irene Weston (as "Singer"), Ken Whelan (as "Dancer"). Understudies: James Bird (as "Photographer" / "Reggie"), Douglas Deane (as "Charley Wykeham"), Marie Foster (as "Amy Spettigue"), Dan Gallagher (as "Sir Francis Chesney"), James Lane (as "Mr. Spettigue), Cornell MacNeil (as "Jack Chesney"), Betty Oakes (as "Kitty Verdun"), Stowe Phelps (as "Brassett"), Katharine Reeve (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez") and Ernest Taylor (as "Wilkinson"). Replacement actors: Beverly Bozman (as "Amy (as "Spettigue"), Joan Chandler (as "Amy Spettigue"), Larry Douglas (as "Jack Chesney"), Rose Inghram (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez"), Dusty McCaffrey (as "Dancer"), Allyn McLerie (as "Amy Spettigue"), Ruth McVayne (as "Singer"), William Scully (as "Singer"), Toni Stuart (as "Dancer"), Gordon West (as "Dancer"), Hazel Willer (as "Kitty Verdun"). Understudy: William Scully (as "Photographer" / "Reggie"). Produced by Cy Feuer [earliest Broadway credit] and Ernest H. Martin. Produced in association with Gwen Rickard. NOTE: Filmed as Where's Charley? (1952).

(1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Phil Dolan III" / "Hoofer" / "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Ballet) in "On Your Toes" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Book by Richard Rodgers, George Abbott and Lorenz Hart. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Directed by Worthington Miner. Imperial Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 9 Nov 1936 to close): 11 Apr 1936- 23 Jan 1937 (315 performances). Cast: Doris Carson, Luella Gear (as "Peggy Porterfield"), Tamara Geva (as "Vera Barnova" / "Princess Zenobia" / "Princess Zenobia Ballet" / "Strip Tease Girl" / "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Ballet), Monty Woolley (as "Sergei Alexandrovitch"), William Baker, Libby Bennett, May Block, Edward Brinkman, William Broder, Jill Christie, George Church, Fred Danieli, Nick Dennis (as "Thug"), Dorothy Denton, Henry Dick, Enes Earley, Eleanor Fiata, Marjorie Fisher, Robert H. Forsythe, Gloria Franklin, Basil Galahoff, Dorothy Hall, Ethel Hampton, Harold Haskin, Harold Haskins, Dave Jones, Grace Kaye, Tyrone Kearney, Joan Keenan, Isabelle Kimpal, Betty Lee, Bob Long, Gertrude Magee, Russ Milton, Julian Mitchell, Marie Monnig, David Morris, Frances Nevins, Mae Noble, Harry Peterson, Jack Quinn, Carole Renwick, Patsy Schenck, Ursula Seiler, Robert Sidney, Betty Jane Smith, Guy Stanion, Drucilla Strain, Valery Streshnev, Dorothy Thomas, Beau Tilden (as "Call Boy" / "Thug" / "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Demetrios Vilan, William Wadsworth, Davenie Watson, Amy Weber, Alma Wertley, George Young. Produced by Dwight Wiman. Note: Bolger danced the famous ballet "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue". He later danced a solo abridged version of this work on an episode of the "The Bell Telephone Hour" (1959) on television. Unfortunately, he did not repeat his performance in the film version, On Your Toes (1939).

(1962) Stage: Appeared in "All American" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Mel Brooks. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Based on the novel "Professor Fodorski" by Robert Lewis Taylor. Dance arrangements by / Musical Director: John Morris. Music orchestrated by Robert Ginzler. Musical continuity by Trude Rittman. Lighting / Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Winter Garden Theatre: 19 Mar 1962-26 May 1962 (80 performances). Cast: Ray Bolger (as "Professor Fodorski"), Anita Gillette (as "Susan"), Eileen Herlie (as "Elizabeth Hawkes-Bullock ), Ron Husmann (as "Edwin Bricker"), Fritz Weaver (as "Henderson"), Will B. Able (as "Immigrant" / "Taxi" / "Peddler" / "President Piedmont"), Jed Allan (as "Immigrant" / "Policeman" / Football Player" / "Craven" / "Singing Ensemble"), Don Atkinson (as "Immigrant" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Robert Bakanic (credited as Bob Bakanic; as "Gorilla" / "Fountainhead" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Vicki Belmonte (as "Immigrant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Bonnie Brody (as "Immigrant" / "Bride" / "Chewing Gum Girl" / "Singing Ensemble"), Bill Burns (as "Immigrant" / "Cowboy" / Football Player" / "Wyler" / "Singing Ensemble"), Trudy Carole (as "Immigrant" / "First Girl" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Cathy Conklin (as "Dancing Ensemble"), John Drew (as "Immigrant" / "Football Player" / "Singing Ensemble"), Anthony Falco (as "Immigrant" / "Phillips" / "Singing Ensemble"), Mary Jane Ferguson (as "Immigrant" / "Mannikin" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Catherine Gale (as "Immigrant" S "inging Ensemble"), Joseph Gentry (as "Immigrant" / "Con Ed Worker" / "Football Player"), Michael Gentry (as "Immigration Officer" / "Taxi" / "Football Player"), Linda Rae Hager (as "Immigrant" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Warren Hays (as "Immigrant" / "Prof. White" / "Singing Ensemble"), Jerry Howard (as "Immigrant" / "Football Player"), Ed Kresley (as "Second Boy" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Bill Landrum (as "Immigrant" / "Football Player" / "Dancing Ensemble"), George Lindsey (as "Immigrant" / "Second Sightseeing Tour Guide" / "Moose"), Robert Lone (as "Flight Attendant" / "Cowboy" / "First Boy" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Sherri Spillane (credited as Selma Malinou; as "Immigrant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Mort Marshall (as "Fleisser" / "Drunk" / "Coach Hulkington Stockworth" / "Hulk"), Barney Martin (as "Head Immigration Officer" / "Taxi" / "Assistant Coach" / "Red Stern"), Joe McWherter (as "Immigrant" / "Football Player"), Charlene Mehl (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Betty Oakes (as "Katrinka" / "Park Avenue Couple" / "House Mother" / "Whistler's Mother" / "Secretary"), Fred Randall (as "Taxi" / "Football Player"), Norman Riggins (as "Immigrant" / "Taxi" / "Singing Ensemble"), Lori Rogers (as "Airline Stewardess" / "Singing Ensemble"), Karen Sargent (as "Immigrant" / "Second Girl" / "Baton Twirler" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Bill Starr (as "Immigrant" / "Football Player" / "Farquar"), David Thomas (as "Shindler" / "Park Avenue Couple" / "Prof. Dawson"), Sharon Vaughn (as "Immigrant" / "Homecoming Queen" / "Singing Ensemble"), Frank Virgulto (as "Swing Boy"), Kip Watson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bernard West (credited as Bernie West; as "Feinschveiger" / "Sightseeing Tour Guide" / "Dr. Snopes"). Understudies: Will B. Able (as "Henderson" / "Professor Fodorski"), Betty Oakes (as "Elizabeth Hawkes-Bullock"). Produced by Edward Padula. Produced in association with L. Slade Brown.

(1951) Stage: Appeared (as "Charley Wykeham") in "Where's Charley?" on Broadway. Musical comedy [return engagement]. Music / Lyrics by Frank Loesser. Book by / Directed by George Abbott. Based on the play "Charley's Aunt" by Brandon Thomas. Musical Director: Edward Scott. Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal and Hans Spialek. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Scenic Design / Costume Design by David Ffolkes. Broadway Theatre: 29 Jan 1951-10 Mar 1951 (48 performances). Cast: Donna Beaumont (as "Dancer"), Michele Burke (as "Singer"), James Capp (as "Dancer"), Forrest Carter (as "Singer"), Horace Cooper (as "Mr. Spettigue"), John Decker (as "Singer"), Paul England (as "Sir Francis Chesney"), Arun Evans (as "Dancer"), John Fortna (as "Singer"), Ann Lee Hudson (as "Dancer"), Rose Ingraham (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez"), Ray Johnson (as "Dancer"), Dorothy Juden (as "Singer"), Jack Konzal (as "Dancer"), James Lane (as "Wilkinson" / "Photographer"), Ralph Lowe (as "Reggie" / "Singer"), Gerald Lynch (as "Singer"), John Lynds (as "Brassett"), Virginia McClamroch (as "Dancer"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Amy Spettigue"; credited as Allyn McLerie), Helen Moore (as "Singer"), Betty Oakes (as "Kitty Verdun"), Nancy Pearson (as "Dancer"), Maurice Phillips (as "Dancer"), Reggie Powers (as "Dancer"), Victor Reilley (as "Dancer"), Ann Richards (as "Singer"), Gene Scott (as "Singer"), Robert Shackleton (as "Jack Chesney"), Ernest Taylor (as "Singer"), Lita Terris (as "Singer"), Irene Weston (as "Patricia" / "Singer"), Pat Wilkes (as "Singer"), Gretchen Winnecke (as "Dancer"), Paul Wolff (as "Singer"), Jennifer Woods (as "Singer"). Understudies: John Fortna (as "Sir Francis Chesney"), Jack Konzal (as "Charley Wykeham"), Ralph Lowe (as "Jack Chesney"), Reggie Powers (as "Photographer" / "Reggie"), Ann Richards (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez"), Ernest Taylor (as "Wilkinson"), Lita Terris (as "Kitty Verdun"), Irene Weston (as "Amy Spettigue") and Paul Wolff (as "Brassett"). Produced by Feuer, Martin & Rickard.

(3/82) TV commercial: Dr. Pepper soft drink

(6/19/44) Radio: Appeared on "Fifth War Loan Drive" on CBS.

(1926). Stage Play: A Night in Paris. Musical revue [return engagement]. Music by J. Fred Coots and Maurice Ruebens [credited as Maurice Rubens]. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Clifford Grey and McElbert Moore. Musical Director: Charles Drury. Additional music by Maurice Yvain and Xavier Leroux. Additional lyrics by Xavier Leroux. Choreographed by George Dobbs, Oyra and Gertrude Hoffman. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Staged by J.C. Huffman. Directed by Charles Judels. 44th Street Theatre (moved to Jolson's 59th Street Theatre from 18 Oct 1926- close): 26 Jul 1926- 30 Oct 1926 (113 performances). Cast: Isabelle Bennett, Ray Bolger, Carol Boyer, Ruth Brady, Jacqueline Brown, Patricia Caron, Dorothy Chadwick, Morine Clarke, Ralph Coram, Annette Davies, William Davis, Jane Dobbin, George Dobbs, Frances Ebert, Rosemary Farmer, Antonina Fechner, Misha Ferenzo, Margie Finley, Lillian Ford, Helene Franz, Catherine Gallimore, Helen Gay, Miss Gilberti, Eleneva Karola, Naoe Konda, Lucien La Riviere, Richard Lee, Madeline Luzon, Marion Luzon, Marguerite Marano, Olga Marye, Olive McClure, Margaret McGonigle, Mary McGonigle, Lucienne Moineau, Mia Muselle, Peggy Neil, Marietta O'Brien, Harry O'Neal, Jack Osterman, Oyra, Eleanor Painter, Barnett Parker, Jack Pearl, Nancy Phillips, Annie Pritchard, Betty Rappe, Ruth Rappe, Kathryn Ray, Gladys Rennick, Loretta Rhodes, Catherine Sheeran, Ivy St. Clair, Miss Swan, Corinne Sylvae, Norma Terris, Edna Tobin, Barbara Vernon, Myrtle Wagner, June Wall, Ruth-Ann Watson, Virginia Watts, Edna Webster, Emily Woolley. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(February 1, 1937) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart's musical, "On Your Toes," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Monte Woolley in the cast.

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