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(1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Fourth Celebrator") in "Everywhere I Roam" on Broadway. Written by Arnold Sundgaard and Marc Connelly (also director). Choral Arrangements by Lehman Engel. Choreographed by Felicia Sorel. National Theatre: 29 Dec 1938-Jan 1939 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Arthur Barnett, Bill Benner, Royce Blackburn, Richard Bortin, Bob Breen, Phil Brown, James F. Burrell, Hannah Lee Childs, Charles S. Clarke, Robert Collins, Vera Deane, John Dickens, Annamary Dickey, Katherine Emery, May Grimes, Judson Hall, Robert H. Harvey, Peggy Ann Holmes, William Howell, Paul Huber (as "Jim"), Camilla Hull, Kalita Humphreys, Dean Jagger (as "The Man"), Dorothy Johnson, Meredith Johnston, Arthur Kennedy (as "Joe Jr."; Broadway debut; credited as John Arthur Kennedy), Tony Kraber, Fred Lawrence, Dorothy Littlejohn, Ormond Lydon, William Matons, Frank Maxwell, Jay Owen Jr., Robert Porterfield, Lawrence Siegle, Kathleen Slagle, Jon Urban, Erik Walz, Earl Weatherford, Frank Westbrook, Joan Wetmore. Produced by Marc Connelly and Bela Blau.

(1936) Stage: Apperared (as "Singing Ensemble") in "White Horse Inn" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Ralph Benatzky. Book by Hans Mueller. Suggested by Oskar Blumenthal and G. Kandelburg. Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Book adapted by David Freedman. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Additional music by Robert Stolz, Irving Caesar, Norman Zeno, Will Irwin, Richard Fall, Jara Benes, Vivian Ellis and Eric Coates. Musical Advisor: Adam Gelbtrunk. Scenic Design by Ernst Stern. Modern Dress designs by Irene Sharaff. Costume Design by Ernst Stern. Lighting / Special Lighting Effects by Eugene Braun. Choreographed by Max Rivers. Directed by Erik Charell. Center Theatre: 1 Oct 1936-10 Apr 1937 (223 performances). Cast: Kitty Carlisle (as "Katarina Vogelhuber, Proprietress of the White Horse Inn"), William Gaxton (as "Leopold, the Head Waiter"), Robert Halliday, John Albert, Marvin Atkin, James Babbitt, Penny Banks, Jack Barnes, John Barry, Eleanor Bauman, Evan Beatty, Betsy Berkeley, Thomas Blayney, Evelyn Bonefine, Geraldine Bork, Edward Brown, Joe Brown Jr., Klara Buestr, William Bull, Phyllis Cameron, Maurice Carr, Maude Carroll, Bill Chandler, Diana Chase, Charles Chavez, Nelson Clifford, Floyd Cornaby, Carol Crowell, Ruth Dawson, Arthur de Voss, Eleanor De Witte, Helene Dernelle, Alfred Drake, Valerie Eaton, Sonia Efron, Audrey Elliott, Walter Elliott, Esta Elman, Billy Entenmann, Margie Evans, Dionne Farrelle, Leo Freedman, Edwin Gale, Gene Gally, Tommy Gavin, Tilda Getze, Milton Gill, Sidney Gordon, George Gorst, Frederick Graham, Myra Green, Wendy Greene, Edwin Hackett, Billy Hale, Ed Hall, Gertrude Hamilton, Lorraine Harris, Marion Harvey, Gladys Haverty, Frances Hayes, Buddy Hertelle, Billy House (as "William McGonigle"), Frances Hyatt, Mel Kacher, Gene Kavanaugh, Florence Keezel, Maurice Kelly, Arnold Korff (as "The Emperor"), Gratia Landley, Flora Laney, Lorraine Latham, Martin Le Roy, Clark Leston, Billy Lichtenberger, Willi Lichtenberger, Fred Locke, Dorothy Lodge, Marguerite Lodge, Virginia Lodge, Anton Lonek, Velma Lord, Charlotte Lorraine, Albert Mahler, Jules Mann, Marie Marion, Emily Marsh, Maxine Martin, Patricia Martin, Anthony Marvin, Melissa Mason, Luba Matiuk, Joseph McCarthy, June Meier, Florence Menges, Jack Millard, Mickey Moore, Paul Moore, Harry Murray (as "Boy in the Ensemble"), Mae Muth, Dorothy Palmer, Mildred Patterson, Bill Pillick, Betty Pope, Harry Quinn, Oscar Ragland (as "Head Forester"), Adelaide Raleigh, Mme. Reverelly, Dorothy Richel, Herbert Rissman, Ernst Robert, Ruth Roberts, Jack Rogers, Babs Rossiter, Ruth Rostyn, Evelyn Sather, Olga Schwenker, Winton Sears, Almira Sessions, Joseph Shaughnessy, Ruth Shaw, Paul Shobat, Morrie Siegel, Edwin Sims, Ed Smith, Sonia Sorel, Carol Stone, Lillian Sullivan, Mary Sutherland, Carl Trees, Norman Van Emburgh, Arthur Vann, Nina Verde, Harold Voeth, Jack Voeth, Howard Warriner, Kenneth Weaver, Buster West, Grover White, Gloria Whitney, Robert Williamson, Janice Winter, Joseph Wirag, Georgina Yaeger. Produced by Laurence Rivers, Inc. and Erik Charell.

(????) Stage: Appeared in "Lady in the Dark" on Broadway.

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