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  • Was teacher of Jim Backus (The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo (1964) and Thurston Howell III from Gilligan's Island (1964) ) while he was in grade school.
  • Played Cora The Coffee Lady in a series of TV commercials for Maxwell House coffee in the mid to late 1970s.
  • Played Parthy Hawks in the 1966 Lincoln Center revival of "Show Boat".
  • Guested on "The CBS Radio Mystery Theater": episode "Tryptic for a Witch" (Oct. 30, 1975)
  • Played the supporting role of Lucy Bascomb in the play "Fancy Meeting You Again" by George S. Kaufman and Leueen Mac Grath, opening January 14, 1952 at the Royale Theatre in New York City. The play starred Walter Matthau and Ms. Mac Grath.
  • Another Language (1932). Comedy. Written by Rose Franken. Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard. Booth Theatre: 25 Apr 1932- Feb 1933 (closing date unknown/344 performances). Cast: Maud Allan, Frieda Altman, Glenn Anders (as "Victor Hallam"), John Beal, Wyrley Birch (as "Mr. Hallam"), Irene Cattell (as "Grace Hallam"), Hal K. Dawson, Herbert Duffy, Margaret Hamilton (as "Helen Hallam") [Broadway debut], William Pike, Dorothy Stickney (as "Stella Hallam"), Margaret Wycherly (as "Mrs. Hallam"). Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard. Note: Produced by MGM as a Robert Montgomery vehicle in 1933 (Ms. Hamilton would reprise her role as Helen Hallam in the film version).
  • Goldilocks (1958). Musical comedy. Book by Walter Kerr and Jean Kerr. Music by Leroy Anderson. Lyrics by Joan Ford, Walter Kerr and Jean Kerr. Musical Director: Lehman Engel. Music orchestrated by Leroy Anderson and Philip J. Lang. Dance arrangements by Laurence Rosenthal. Assistant to Mr. Engel: Karen Gustafson. Choral Assistant to Mr. Engel: Jonathan Anderson. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by 'Agnes De Mille'. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Walter Kerr. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 11 Oct 1958- 26 Feb 1959 (161 performances). Cast: 'Don Ameche' (as "Max Grady"), Elaine Stritch (as "Maggie Harris"), Russell Nype (as "George Randolph Brown"), Pat Stanley, Del Anderson, Richard Armbruster (as "Andy/Singer"), Donald Barton, Patricia Birch, Lynne Broadbent, Kelly Brown, Jane Carlyle, John Carter, Judith Chazin, Imelda De Martin, Michael Fesco, Nathaniel Frey, Jeanne Grant, Sam Greene, Margaret Hamilton (as "Bessie"), Loren Hightower, George Jack, Bunty Kelley, Ronnie Landry, Josanne Lavalle, Margaret Lithander, Sadie McCollum, Carolyn Morris, Illona Murai, Patti Nestor, David Nillo, Rita Noble, Paul Olson, Ben Parrish, Peter Saul, Rufus Smith, Suzanne Stahl, Ron Stratton, Evelyn Taylor, Beau Tilden (as "Deputy"), Diana Turner, Samye Van, Gene Varrone (as "Max's Assistant/Singer"), Martin Wolfson (as "J.C."). Produced by The Producers Theatre and Robert Whitehead.
  • (1969) Stage Play: Come Summer. Musical. Music by David Baker. Lyrics by Will Holt. 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, Ray Bolger, 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.
  • (1933) Stage Play: The Dark Tower. Melodrama. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Written and directed by Alexander Woollcott and George S. Kaufman. Morosco Theatre: 25 Nov 1933- Jan 1934 (closing date unknown/57 performances). Cast: Beatrice Blinn (as "Patsy Dowling"), Margaret Dale (as "Martha Temple"), John T. Doyle, Margalo Gillmore (as "Jessica Wells"), John Griggs, Porter Hall (as "William Curtis"), Margaret Hamilton (as "Hattie"), William Harrigan, William MacFadden [also stage manager], Leona Maricle, Ernest Milton, Charles Romano, Anton Stengel, Basil Sydney. Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1948) Stage Play: The Men We Marry. Written by Elisabeth Cobb and Hershel Williams. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Helene Pons. Directed by Martin Manulis. Mansfield Theatre: 16 Jan 1948- 17 Jan 1948 (3 performances). Cast: Joseph Allen (as "Ned Snyder"), David Anderson (as "Phillip"), Shirley Booth, Doris Dalton (as "Leda Mallard"), Margaret Hamilton (as "Gwennie"), Neil Hamilton (as "Dr. Alan Lambert"), John Hudson (as "Peter Sterling"), Marta Linden (as "Julie Madison"), Anne Sargent (as "Mary"), Robert Willey (as "Warren Throckmorton"), John Williams (as "Mark Kennicott"). Produced by Edgar F. Luckenbach.
  • (1930) She acted in the play, "Ship Shapes 1930 Cape Cod Follies," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.
  • (1977) She acted in John Van Druten's play, "Night Must Fall," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with David McCallum in the cast.
  • (December 16, 1977 to January 28, 1978) She acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Devil's Disciple," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Rex Harrison, Chris Sarandon, Carole Shelley and Barnard Hughes in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.

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