(1950) Stage: Appeared in one-man show, "Maurice Chevalier," at the London Hippodrome in London, England. Fred Freed was pianist.
(1952) Stage: Appeared in one-man show, "Maurice Chevalier," at the Princes Theatre in London, England. Fred Freed was pianist.
(1963) Stage: Appeared in one-man show, "An Evening with Maurice Chevalier," at the Saville Theatre in London, England. Fred Stamer was pianist.
(????) Single: "Louise" / "Mimi" (Barclay Records)
(1955) Stage: Apopeared in "Maurice Chevalier in an Evening of Songs and Impressions" [a solo musical revue in two acts]. Special/solo. Featuring songs with lyrics by Chevalier, 'André Hornez' *qv(, William M. Hough
, Frank Adams, Robert Lamoureux
, Ben Smith, Vittonet, Leo Robin
and Carmen Lombardo
. Featuring songs by Fred Freed
, Henri Betti
, Joseph E. Howard
credit], 'Harold Orlob' (qv, Henri Bourtayre
, Jean Constantin
, Chevalier, Louiguy, Francis Lopez, Richard A. Whiting
and John J. Loeb. Company Manager: Robert Hector. Stage Manager: Windsor Lewis. Pianist: Fred Freed. Lyceum Theatre: 28 Sep 1955-6 Nov 1955 (46 performances). Produced by Gilbert Miller
(1968) WOn a special Tony Award
(1968) Interviewed in "The Great Comedians Talk About Comedy" by 'Larry Wilde (I)'.
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