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(6/11/02) Interview/lecture with comedian Joy Behar at 92nd St. 'Y' series in Manhattan.

(1973) Unsold pilot: Produced / directed a sitcom pilot for NBC called "Where's Mama." The plot concerned the ghost of a real estate agent's dead wife who returns to help him raise his twin boys.

Book: "My Anecdotal Life" (May 2003)

(2003) Book: "Tell Me a Scary Story... But Not Too Scary!".

(1997) Book with Mel Brooks: "The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000".

(1999) Book: "How Paul Robeson Saved My Life and Other Mostly Happy Stories".

Book: "Enter Laughing" (1958)

Book: "Continue Laughing" (February 1996)

(2006) Book: "NNNNN: A Novel".

(????) Music video: Appears in the video for "Mind Over Matter" by Elizabeth Daily.

(1950) Stage: Appeared (as "Navy / Pals of the Pentagon / "What a Delightful Day" Introduction / Dr. Hiram Flick / Meet the Authors / Charlie / I Never Felt Better / Dr. Walsh / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot / Director / Once Upon a Time Performer") in "Alive and Kicking" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Hal Borne, Irma Jurist, Sammy Fain, Hoagy Carmichael and Harold Rome. Additional music by Sonny Burke, Leo Schumer and Ray Golden. Dance music by Billy Kyle. Sketches by Ray Golden, I.A.L. Diamond, Henry Morgan, Jerome Chodorov, Joseph Stein, Will Glickman and Michael Stuart. "Abou Ben Adhem" adapted from a poem by Leigh Hunt. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, Ray Golden and Harold Rome. Additional lyrics by Leonard Gershe, Sid Kuller and Michael Stuart. Musical Director / Vocal arrangements by Lehman Engel. Vocal arrangements for "Alive and Kicking" / Music orchestrated by George Bassman. Additional numbers by Lucille Kallen, Max Liebman and Mickey Deems [earliest Broadway credit]. Choreographed by 'Jack Cole (I)' )qv_. Scenic Design / Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Lighting Design by Mason Arvold. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. Winter Garden Theatre: 17 Jan 1950-25 Feb 1950 (46 performances). Cast: Rae Abruzzo (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Cry, Baby" Performer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"), Jeanne Bal (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Margaret Baxter (as ""Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), George Bockman (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), June Brady (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "I Didn't Want Him" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / Announcer / "Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), David Burns (as "Army" / "Pals of the Pentagon" / "Dr. Allen Drawbridge" / "Meet the Authors" / "Dr. Frisbee" / "Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Patricia Bybell (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "A World of Strangers" Performer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"), Velerie Camille (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Jack Cassidy (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Trio / "Abou Ben Adhem" / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "First Man" / "Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot" / "Propinquity" Singer), Madelaine Chambers (as "Alive and Kicking" / "Madrigal Trio" / "What a Delightful Day" / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer"), Sylvia Chaney (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Jack Cole (as "I Didn't Want Him" Dancer / Abou / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "Cole Scuttle Blues" Dancer"), Bryn Corey (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Kenneth Davis (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Ruth Davis (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Fay DeWitt (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / Second Nurse / "Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Mickey Deems (as "Air Force" / Pals of the Pentagon / "My Day of Rest" Performer / Patient / "Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot" / Mike / "Once Upon a Time"), Jessie Elliott (as "Agnes" / "I'm All Yours"), Jack Gilford (as "Madrigal Trio" / What a Delightful Day / Barney / I Never Felt Better / Floogelman / "Once Upon a Time"), Marie Groscup (as "Angel / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer / "Cole Scuttle Blues" Dancer"), Jay Harnick (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Jean Harris (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Marc Hertsens (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Samuel N. Kirkham (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Waiter / Meet the Authors / Trio / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer"), Louise Kirtland (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Chairwoman / Meet the Authors / Wife / I Never Felt Better / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / Woman / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Graham Lee (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"), Lenore Lonergan (as "Viola Tremaine / Meet the Authors / "Cry, Baby" Performer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Performer / Miss Honeysuckle / Once Upon a Time / "French With Tears" Performer"), Eve Lynn (as "Secretary / Pals of the Pentagon / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Arthur Maxwell (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "A World of Strangers" Performer / "Building Going Up" Performer"), Jack Miller (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Margery Oldroyd (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Madrigal Trio / What a Delightful Day / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer"), Paul Olson (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Jack Russell (as "Undersecretary / Pals of the Pentagon / Sergeant / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Performer"), Laurel Shelby (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Cry, Baby" Performer / "Building Going Up" Singer / First Nurse / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Dolores Starr (as "The Girl / Alive and Kicking / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Ray Stephens (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Trio / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / Anesthetist / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Rex Thompson (as "Boy / Abou Ben Adhem / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Bobby Van (as "Milkman / Alive and Kicking / "One Word Led to Another" Performer / George / I'm All Yours"), Gwen Verdon (as "I Didn't Want Him" Dancer / Abou's Wife / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer / "Cole Scuttle Blues" Dancer"), Earl Williams (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"). Produced by William R. Katzell and Ray Golden.

(2012) Appeared in an infomercial, hosted by Carol Burnett, for TimeLife's "The Best of the Carol Burnett Show" DVD collection.

(1948) Stage: "Inside U.S.A. [A New Musical Revue]." Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Sketches by Arnold Auerbach, Moss Hart and Arnold B. Horwitt. Suggested by the book by John Gunther. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Incidental Music for Dances by Genevieve Pitot. Additional Sketch Material by Arnold Auerbach. Musical Conducted by Jay Blackton. Production Design by Lemuel Ayers. Dances / Musical Numbers Staged by Helen Tamiris. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. New Century Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 23 Sep 1948-close): 30 Apr 1948-19 Feb 1949 (399 performances). Cast: Jack Haley (as "Mr. Jones" / "Mr. Bemis" / "Singer" / "3rd Couple" / "Professor"), Beatrice Lillie (as "Pittsburgh Choral Society Choral Director" / "Miss Twitchell" / "Mme. Lapis de Lazuli" / "Massachusetts Mermaid" / "3rd Couple" / "Gladys, Mary Shelton's maid"), Rod Alexander (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Dancer" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Student Waiter" / "Detective" / "Prosecuting Attorney"), Talley Beatty (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Jury Member"), Valerie Bettis (as "Dancer" / "Tiger Lily"), Mary Lou Boyd (as "Ensemble in Wyoming"), Beverlee Bozeman (as "Mary, the daughter" / "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Thelma Carpenter (as "Singer"), Jack Cassidy (as "A Swain" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Michael Charnley (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Jury Member"), Ronald Chetwood (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Captain of Waiters" / "Defense Attorney"), Jacqueline Fisher (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Court Fleming (as "Student Waiter" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Bob Hamilton (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs"), Robert Hamilton (as "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Detective" / "Jury Member"), Holly Harris (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Diner's Companion" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Jim Hawthorne (as "2nd Couple" / "A Swain" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Randell Henderson (as "The Stage Manager"), Alfred Homan (as "A Swain" / "Ensemble in Chicago" / "Ensemble in New Mexico"), Pat Horn (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Norma Larkin (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Jane Lawrence (as "Mrs. Jones" / "1st Couple" / "Girl Diner" / "Mary Shelton" / "Ensemble in New Mexico"), William LeMassena (as "3rd Pollster" / "Hotel Manager" / "A Butler" / "Ticket Seller" / "The Girl Diner's Escort" / "Ensemble in Chicago" / "Ensemble in New Mexico"), Estelle Loring (as "Lottie, the maid" / "Singer" / "2nd Couple" / "Bride"; final Broadway role), Mara Lynn (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Ensemble in Chicago"; Broadway debut), Dorothy MacNeill (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble in Wyoming"), Joan Mann (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Girl" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Jury Member"), J.C. McCord (as "The Dancer's Friend" / "Dancer" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Cowboy with Rope" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Detective" / "Jury Member"), Nanon Millis (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), John Mooney (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Betty Nichols (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Louis Nye (credited as Lewis Nye; as "2nd Pollster" / "Bellboy" / "Peter Ilyitch Tschaikowsky" / "Herman" / "Ensemble in New Mexico"), Hilde Palmer (as "Diner's Companion" / "Ensemble in New Mexico"), Albert Popwell (as "Dancer" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras"), Richard Reed (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Student Waiter" / "Detective" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), George Reich (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "Dancer" / "Ensemble at Mardi Gras" / "Student Waiter" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Thomas Reider (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs" / "A Swain" / "Ensemble in Wyoming" / "Ensemble in Chicago"), Carl Reiner (as "1st Pollster/Prof. Poultergeist/Frederic Chopin/Man/Another Diner/Minister/Judge/Ensemble in New Mexico") [Broadway debut], Ricky Riccardi (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Chicago"), Michael Risk (as "A Swain/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Boris Runanin (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Student Waiter/Jury Member"), Dorothy Scott (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Sherry Shadburne (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Herb Shriner (as "A Feller from Indiana"), Raymond Stephens (as "1st Couple/A Swain/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Gloria Stevens (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), John Tyers (as "Franz Liszt/Singer/Groom"), Eric Victor (as "Caller/Doctor Zilmore"), Royce Wallace (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Chicago"). Understudy: Paula Laurence (as "3rd Couple/Gladys/Massachusetts Mermaid/Miss Twitchell/Mme. Lapis de Lazuli/Pittsburgh Choral Society Choral Director"). Produced by Arthur Schwartz.

(2013) Release of his autobiography, "I Remember Me".

(1963) Stage: Wrote source material (novel) for "Enter Laughing", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Joseph Stein. Production Design by Ed Wittstein. Directed by Gene Saks. Henry Miller's Theatre: 13 Mar 1963-14 Mar 1964 (419 performances + 2 previews that began on 11 Mar 1963). Cast: Alan Arkin (as "David Kolowitz"), Vivian Blaine (as "Angela"), Irving Jacobson (as "Mr. Foreman"), Alan Mowbray (as "Marlowe"), Meg Myles (as "Miss B"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Mrs. Kolowitz") [from 11 Mar 1963-13 Oct 1963], Monroe Arnold (as "Roger"), Barbara Dana (as "Wanda"; Broadway debut_, Pierre Epstein (as "Don Baxter"), Tom Gorman (as "Lawyer"), Marty Greene (as "Mr. Kolowitz"), Michael J. Pollard (as "Marvin"), Charles Randall (as "Pike"), Shimen Ruskin (as "Waiter"), Walt Wanderman (as "Don Darwin"). Understudies: Tom Gorman (as "Marlowe" / "Pike"), Iris O'Connor (as "Angela" / "Mrs. Kolowitz"), Charles Randall (as "Roger"), Shimen Ruskin (as "Mr. Foreman" / "Mr. Kolowitz"), Walt Wanderman (as "David Kolowitz" / "Marvin"). Replacement actors: Arthur Abelson (as "Don Darwin"), Freda Holloway (as "Wanda"), Mae Questel (as "Mrs. Kolowitz") , Diane Sandre (as "Wanda"), Bob Spencer (as "Don Baxter" / "Marvin"), Marc Yohanna (as "Marvin"). Standbys: Bonnie Bedelia (as "Wanda"), Mae Schoenfeld (as "Mrs. Kolowitz"). Understudies: Arthur Abelson (as "Don Baxter" / "Don Darwin" / "Waiter), Jeri Archer (as "Angela" / "Miss B"; final Broadway role), Bob Spencer (as "Lawyer" / "Marvin"), Marc Yohanna (as "David Kolowitz"). Produced by Morton Gottlieb. NOTE: Filmed as Enter Laughing (1967).

(????) Album (w/Mel Brooks): "2000 and ONE Years with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks" (Capitol Records).


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