- (1939) Stage: Appeared (as one of "The Three Stooges") in "George White's Scandals", produced on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Jack Yellen. Sketches by Matt Brooks, Eddie Davis and George White (also producer / director / choreographer). Additional lyrics by Herb Magidson. Music orchestrated by Don Walker, Lew Harris and Ted Royal. Dialogue directed by William K. Wells. Alvin Theatre (moved to The Hollywood Theatre from 6 Nov 1939 to close): 28 Aug 1939-9 Dec 1939 (120 performances). Cast: Betty Allen, Lois Andrew, Victor Arden, Marji Beeler, Bonnie Bennett, Ben Blue, Marie Brady, Mae Britton, Kay Buckley, Martha Burnett, Susan Carewe, Mary Carroll, Amy Collins, June Curtis, Phyllis Dawn, Jane Dixon, Florette DuElk, Cece Eames, Fran English, Christine Forsythe, Mary Francis, Miriam Franklin, James French, Amelia Gentry, Olga Gorey, Peggy Graham, Jane Hatfield, Prudence Hayes, Eugene Howard, Willie Howard, Georgia Jarvis, Ginger Johnson, Loretta Kane, Marie Kelly, Lois Kent, Mary King, Peggy Kirk, Dorothy Koster, Barbara Lenton, Ella Logan, Rhoda Long, Collette Lyons, Rose Marie Magrill, Frederick B. Manatt, Craig Mathues, Ray Middleton, Ann Miller, Frances Neal, Betty Nielson, Lois Palmer, Billy Rayes, Dorothy Reed, Fay Renault, Paula Rudolph, Gloria Scott, Constance Snow, Dorothy Stanton, Harry Stockwell, The Kim Loo Sisters, The Knight Sisters, The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Curly Howard, Larry Fine), Lillian Walsh, Myra Weldon, Harold Whalen, Jack Williams, Ella Windell, Helen Wishart, Ross Wyse, Jr.
- (1929) Stage: Appeared (as one of "The Three Stooges") in "A Night in Venice" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Lee Davis and Maurice Ruebens. Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan and Moe Jaffe. Featuring songs by / additional orchestrations by Vincent Youmans. Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Director: Max Meth. Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Chester Hale. Directed by Lew Morton and Thomas A. Hart. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 16 Sep 1929 to close): 21 May 1929-19 Oct 1929 (175 performances). Cast: Ted Healy (as "Ted"), Ann Seymour, The Dodge Sisters, Arthur Havel, Morton Havel, Stanley Rogers, Betty Allen, Walter Armin (as "Ernest Fairworth" / "Count Muzzini"), Enjio Badii, Bobbie Baker, Julia Barker, Bear, James H. Beattie, Lillian Bennett, Allen Blair, Adeline Bornheim, Fodi Brown, John Byam, Myrtle Candee, Bobby Carswell, Emmita Casanova, Anita Case, Dorothy Chadwick, Louise Chowning, Dudley Clements (as "Ambrose Trainer"), Marion Crozan, Dorothy Davies, Marvelle Dawn, Blanche de Clerc, Evelyn Dehkes, Peggy DeRoy, Paul DeWees, Erma Echt, Billy Fanning, Ferral and Paul, Larry Fine (as "Larry"), Evelyn Ford, Allen Foster Girls, Judy Garey, Hal Gibson, Marion Gillon, Gladys Glorita, Gladys Granzow, Sarah Granzow, La Vonne Gundry, Edward Hackett, Chester Hale Girls, Agnes Hickey, Mary Hiscox, Olive Hollingshead, Moe Howard (as "Moe"; credited as Harry Howard), Shemp Howard (as "Shemp"; final Broadway appearance), Adele Jay, The Johnsons, Tommy Kerns, Irene King, Jeane Kroll, Hazel Landeres, James Lee, Laura Lee, Edna Lynn, Ruth Martin, James Maxwell, Betty Mayfair, Polly McCann, Charles McClelland, Joe Michon, Peter Michon, Gladys Miller, Kay Norwood, Lee Nutter, Jackie Paige, Dorothy Pierce, Jerry Pole, Florence Powell, Jack Ray, Betsy Rees, E. Riadnoff, Fred Sanborn, Shadurskaya and Kuderoff, Evelyn Shields, Doris Smith, Ed Stanbridge, Mozel Stapp, Stevens Brothers, George Terechenko, Edna Tobin, David Tuli, Peggy Udell, Jeannette Waite, Gertrude Westling, Evelyn Wetherbee, Halfred Young. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
- (1950s/1960s) Albums: Recorded a number of comedy singles and albums with The Three Stooges.
- (1968) Promotional short (PSA): U.S. Treasury Department, promoting U.S. Savings Bonds.
- (1950s) TV commercial: Simoniz car wax
- (1960s) TV commercial: Dickies work clothes