Paul Douglas Poster

Other Works

  • (1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Radio Announcer"; Broadway debut) in "Double Dummy" on Broadway. Romance/satire. Written by Doty Hobart and Tom McKnight. Scenic Design by S. Syrjala. Directed by Edith Meiser. John Golden Theatre: 11 Nov 1936-Dec 1936 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Teddy Bergman, Sanford Bickart, Marvin Blackstone, Charles D. Brown, William Call (as "Izzy"), Dudley Clements (as "Warden William DuBose"), Owen Coll (as "Dr. James Starr Jameson"), Ted Husing (as "Ted Husing: On the Air"), Joseph Kleema, Adelaide Klein, Archer Landon, John McGovern, Robert J. Mulligan, William F. Nugent, Cynthia Rogers, Martha Sleeper (as "Carol Griswold"), G. Albert Smith, Hanley Stafford, Barbara Weeks (as "Lou"), Carrie Weller, Albert G. West, Lesley Woods. Produced by James R. Ullman and Mark Hellinger.
  • (1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Harry Brock") in "Born Yesterday" on Broadway. Comedy. Written / directed by Garson Kanin. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Ruth Kanin. Assistant Scenic Design: Charles Elson. Lyceum Theatre (moved to The Henry Miller's Theatre from 9 Nov 1948-close): 4 Feb 1946-31 Dec 1949 (1642 performances). Cast: Judy Holliday (as "Billie Dawn"), Gary Merrill (as "Paul Verrall"), Carroll Ashburn (as "The Assistant Manager"), Mona Bruns (as "Mrs. Hedges"), C.L. Burke (as "A Waiter"), Ellen Hall (as "Helen" / "A maid"), William Harmon (as "A Bellhop"), Otto Hulett (as "Ed Devery"), Rex King (as "A Bellhop"), Mary Laslo (as "A Manicurist"), Ted Mayer (as "A Barber"), Paris Morgan (as "A Bootblack"), Larry Oliver (as "Sen. Norval Hedges"), Frank Otto (as "Eddie Brock"; final Broadway role). Replacement cast (during Lyceum Theatre run): John S. Clubley (as "The Assistant Manager"), Harry Cooke (as "Eddie Brock; final Broadway role), James Daly (as "A Bellhop"; Broadway debut; also understudied as "Paul Verrall"], Jan Sterling (as "Billie Dawn"). Replacement cast (during Henry Miller's Theatre run): Scott McKay (as "Paul Verrall"), Jean Parker (as "Billie Dawn"). Produced by Max Gordon. NOTE: Filmed as Born Yesterday (1950), Born Yesterday (1993).
  • (1957) Stage: Appeared (as "Sidney"; final Broadway role) in "A Hole in the Head" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Arnold Schulman. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Garson Kanin. Plymouth Theatre: 28 Feb 1957-13 Jul 1957 (156 performances). Cast: David Burns (as "Max"), Louise Erickson (as "Tina"), Lee Grant (as "Mrs. Rogers"), Larry Hart (as "Herbert"), Kay Medford (as "Sophie"), Jacob Mestel (as "Mr. Goldblatt"), Tom Pedi (as "Lenny"), Connie Sawyer (as "Mrs. Fessler"), Morris Strassberg (as "Mr. Diamond"), Joyce Van Patten (as "Shirl"), Tommy White (as "Ally"), Milton J. Williams (as "Frank"). Produced by Robert Whitehead and The Producers Theatre. NOTE: Filmed as A Hole in the Head (1959).
  • (1/18/51) Radio: Appeared (as "MSgt. Henry Kowalski") in a "Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast of "The Big Lift".
  • (1949) Trailer: Appeared in / narrated trailer for It Happens Every Spring (1949).
  • (3/5/51) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Panic in the Streets".

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