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Portrayed Dr. Reefy in Winesburg, Ohio (1971), produced at the Santa Barbara Performing Arts Center, Santa Barbara, California.

Uncredited as the voice of the animatronic Mark Twain in the American Experience at Walt Disney World's Epcot (World Showcase) in Orlando, Florida.

In 1968, he co-starred in a unsold sitcom pilot for CBS called "Harry and David". The plot concerned the adventures of two boys orphaned during the American Civil War, who move to their grandfather's home in Canada.

(1940). Stage Play: It Happens on Ice. Special. Music by Vernon Duke, Fred E. Ahlert and Peter De Rose. Lyrics by Al Stillman and Mitchell Parish. Musical Director: Erno Rapee. Choreographed by Catherine Littlefield. Assistant Choreographer: Robert Linden. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Costume Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Lighting Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Conducted by David Mendoza. Directed by Leon Leonidoff. Center Theatre: 10 Oct 1940- 15 Jun 1941 (276 performances/on hiatus from 8 Mar 1941- 4 Apr 1941). Cast: Dorothy Allan, John Anderson, Donald Arthur, Betty Atkinson, Rawdon Barnes, Shirley Barney, Lloyd Baxter, Meryl Baxter, Gene Berg, Jeanne Berman, Howard Bissell, Edwina Blades, Eileen Brokaw, Audrey Butler, Gweneth Butler, Dorothy Caley, Hazel Caley, Angela Carson, Paul Castle, Charles Cavanaugh, Dorothy Chandler, Lynn Clare, Louise Clark, Lyle Clark, Joe Cook, Kay Corcoran, Jo Ann Dean, Bill Dewey, George Dewey, Fritz Dietl, John Dunaway, Marion Eddy, Joan Edwards, Scott Edwards, Arthur Erickson, Peggy Fahy, June Forrest, The Four Bruises, Gladys Gooding, Buster Grace, Ian Grey, Hertha Grossman, Charles Hain, William Hanston, Janet Hester, Theckla Horn, Pearl Joseph, May Judels, Jack Kilty, Felix Knight, Leon Kosofsky, Reszka Law, Le Verne, Tommy Lee, Bernice Loughborough, Tex Mangrum, Fred Marshall, Andy McBann, Albert McNulty, Margot Miller, Dr. A. Douglas Nelles, Arthur Nelles, Ruth Noland, Patsy O'Day, Lillian Oldham, Jack Reese, Rudy Richards, Ronnie Roberts, Florence Rohr, Neil Rose, Edmund Rudink, Trudy Schneider, Charles Senna, Clarence Senna, General Senna, Stan Skidmore, Charlie Slagle, Sidney Spaulding, Hedi Stenuf, Geoffe Stevens, Charles Storey, Montey Stott, Ethel Stout, Cliff Thael, Rona Thael, The Buccaneers, The Ice Age Quartet, Eileen Thompson, Helen Thompson, Freddie Trenkler, Georg Von Birgelen, Charlotte Weitzel, Kenny Williams, Gene Winchester, Nancy Mae Woodbury, James Wright, Mary Jane Yeo. Produced by Sonja Henie, Arthur M. Wirtz and Sonart Productions, Inc. (William H. Burke: Production Director. Arthur M. Wirtz: Executive Director).

(1960). Stage Play: Camelot. Musical. Book by Alan Jay Lerner. Based on "The Once and Future King" by T.H. White. Music by Frederick Loewe. Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Musical Director: Franz Allers. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett and Philip J. Lang. Dance and choral arrangements by Trude Rittman. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Adrian [worked on the designs for 3 months before he died in September 1959] and Tony Duquette. Lighting Design by Feder. Hair Design by Ernest Adler. Sound Design by Jack Mitnick. Assistant to Mr. Smith: Bill Pitkin and Jack Brown. Assistant to Mr. Duquette: Stanley Simmons. Stage Manager: John Anderson [credited as Jonathan Anderson]. Choreographed by Hanya Holm. Directed by Moss Hart [final Broadway credit; died during production run]. Majestic Theatre: 3 Dec 1960- 5 Jan 1963 (873 performances + 2 previews that began on 1 Dec 1960). Cast: Julie Andrews (as "Guenevere"), Richard Burton (as "Arthur"), Robert Coote (as "King Pellinore"), John Cullum (as "Sir Dinadan") [Broadway debut], Virginia Allen (as "Lady Catherin"), M'el Dowd (as "Morgan Le Fey"), Robert Goulet (as "Lancelot Du Lac"), Roddy McDowall (as "Mordred"), Virginia Allen (as "Lady Catherine/Dancer"), Judi Allinson (as "Dancer"), Laurie Archer (as "Dancer"), Joan August (as "Singer"), Mary Sue Berry (as "Singer"), Frank Bouley (as "Singer"), Jerry Bowers (as "Dancer"), Marnell Bruce (as "Singer"), Carlene Carroll (as "Dancer"), Michael Clarke-Laurence (as "Dap"), Joan Coddington (as "Dancer"), Jack Dabdoub (as "Sir Gwilliam/Singer"), Peter De Visé (as "A Page"), Peter Deign (as "Dancer"), Randy Doney (as "Dancer"), Richard Englund (as "Dancer"), James Fox (as "Singer"), Richard Gain (as "Dancer"), James Gannon (as "Sir Sagramore/Singer"), Gene GeBauer (as "Dancer"), Katia Geleznova (as "Dancer"), Christina Gillespie (as "Lady Anne"), Murray Goldkind (as "Singer"), Judy Hastings (as "Singer"), Warren Hays (as "Singer"), Paul Huddleston (as "Singer"), David Hurst (as "Merlyn"), Benita James (as "Singer"), Adriana Keathley (as "Dancer"), Michael Kermoyan (as "Sir Ozanna/Singer"), James Kirby (as "Dancer"), Richard Kuch (as "Clarius/Dancer"), Donald Maloof (as "Singer"), Leland Mayforth (as "A Page"), Dawn Mitchell (as "Dancer"), Larry Mitchell (as "Singer"), Joe Nelson (as "Dancer"), Paul Richards (as "Singer"), Claudia Schroeder (as "Dancer"), Beti Seay (as "Dancer"), Marjorie Smith (as "Nimue/Singer"), John Starkweather (as "Herald/Dancer"), Robin Stewart (as "Tom of Warwick"), Shelia Swenson (as "Singer"), John Taliaferro (as "Singer"), Jimmy Tarbutton (as "Dancer"), Leesa Troy (as "A Lady/Singer"), Dorothy White (as "Singer"), Bruce Yarnell (as "Sir Lionel"). Standby: Inga Swenson (as "Guenevere"). Understudies: Mary Sue Berry (Nimue), Frank Bouley (Dap), Michael Clarke-Laurence (as "King Pellinore/Merlyn"), John Cullum (as "Arthur/Mordred), Peter De Visé (as "Tom of Warwick"), James Gannon (as "Lancelot Du Lac"), Donald Maloof (as "Sir Lionel"), Larry Mitchell (as "Sir Dinadan"), Paul Richards (as "Mordred"), Leesa Troy (as Guenevere/Morgan Le Fey"). Replacement actors during long production run: Christian Alderson (as "Dancer"), Mary Sue Berry (as "Nimue"), Frank Bouley (as "Sir Castor of Cornwall"), Jerry Bowers (as "Herald/Horse"), Patricia Bredin (as "Guenevere") [from 16 Apr 1962- ?], Christopher Cary (as "Mordred"), John Cullum (as "Mordred"), Steve Curry (as "Tom of Warwick"), Jack Dabdoub (as "Sir Lionel"), Kathie Dalton (as "Dancer"), Peter Deign (as "Sir Sagramore"), Jack Eddleman (as "Singer"), Janet Frank (as "Singer"), Gene GeBauer (as "Clarius"), Kathryn Grayson (as "Guenevere") [from 22 Oct 1962- ?], Daniel P. Hannafin (as "Singer"), Judith Hastings (as "Lady Anne"), Janet Hays (as "Singer"), Tom Head (as "Singer"), Loren Hightower (as "Dancer"), Paul Huddleston (as "Scottish Knight"), Jack Irwin (as "Singer"), Jeremy Ives (as "Dancer"). Howard Kahl (as "Singer"), Adriana Keathley (as Lady Anne"), Edward Kerrigan (as "Dancer"), Glenn Kezer (as "Singer"), Elizabeth Lamkin (as "Singer"), Phyllis Lear (as "Dancer"), Tommy Long (as "A Page"), Richard Lyle (as "Dancer"), Robert Mackie (as "Singer"), Donald Maloof (as "Sir Colgrevance"), Janet McCall (as "Singer"), Jack McMinn (as "Singer"), Richard Mills (as "A Page"), Robert Neukum Singer/Sir Sagramore"), Paul Olson (as "Dancer"), Janet Pavek (as "Guenevere") [from 9 Jul 1962- ?], Robert Peterson (as "Singer/Sir Dinadan/Sir Gwilliam/Sir Ozanna/Lancelot Du Lac") [from 8 Oct 1962- ?], Frank Piper (as "Dancer"), Lowell Purvis (as "Dancer"), Philip Rash (as "Singer"), George Ritner (as "Singer"), Tani Seitz (as "Morgan Le Fey"), William Squire (as "Arthur") [from 25 Sep 1961 - ?], Robert St. Clair (as "Dancer"), John Starkweather (as "Sir Gwilliam"), Don Stewart (as "Singer/Sir Colgrevance/Sir Dinadan"), Don Strong (as "Clarius/Dancer/Horse"), Evelyn Taylor (as "Dancer"), Royston Thomas (as "Tom of Warwick"), Arthur Treacher (as "King Pellinore") [from 8 Oct 1962 - ?], Leesa Troy (as "Lady Sybil"), Louis Turenne (as "Merlyn"), Joan Volkman (as "Dancer"), Byron Webster (as "Dap/King Pellinore"), Toodie Wittmer (as "Dancer"), Chester Wolenski (as "Dancer"). Standbys: Jan Moody (as "Guenevere"), Janet Pavek (as "Guenevere"). Understudies: Jack Dabdoub (as "Merlyn"), Jack Eddleman (as "Mordred"), Judith Hastings (as "Nimue"), Howard Kahl (as "Herald"), Glenn Kezer (as "Sir Lionel"), Tommy Long (as "Tom of Warwick"), Richard Mills (as "Tom of Warwick"), Robert Peterson (as "Lancelot Du Lac/Sir Lionel"), George Ritner (as "Dap/Herald/Sir Dinadan"), John Starkweather (as "Sir Dinadan"), Don Stewart (as "Lancelot Du Lac/Sir Lionel"), Louis Turenne (as "Arthur"), Byron Webster (as "King Pellinore"). Produced by Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe and Moss Hart. Notes: (1) Filmed by Warner Bros. as Camelot (1967) and (2) Moss Hart died during production on 20 Dec 1961 in Palm Springs, CA.

(1951). Stage Play: Paint Your Wagon. Musical comedy. Book by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Frederick Loewe. Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal. Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman. Choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Directed by Daniel Mann. Shubert Theatre: 12 Nov 1951- 19 Jul 1952 (289 performances). Produced by Cheryl Crawford.

(1955). Stage Play: The Skin of Our Teeth. Comedy (revival).

(1957). Stage Play: The Waltz of the Toreadors. Comedy.

(1937- 1966). Active on Broadway [sometimes credited as Jonathan Anderson] in the following productions:

(1938). Stage Play: Processional (revival). Music by Earl Robinson. Written by John Howard Lawson. Scenic Design by Manuel Essman.Directed by Lem Ward. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 13 Oct 1937- Dec 1937 (closing date unknown/81 performances). Cast: John Anderson (as "Soldier and Miner") [Broadway debut], E.W. Ashworth (as "Soldier and Miner"), Fred Bael (as "Philpotts"), George Bardyguine (as "Soldiers"), Isabel Bonner (as "Mrs. Euphemia Stewart Flimmins"), S. Boonio (as "Isaac Cohen"), Helen Carter (as "The Miners' Wives"), Leon Colker (as "Soldier and Miner"), Scot Don (as "Soldier"), Thomas Dumont (as "The Drummer"), Agatha Entwistle (as "The Miners' Wives"), George Fairchild (as "Third Soldier"), Maurice Fallet (as "The Bazooka Player"), Julian Garfield (as "Soldier and Miner"), John Gary (as "Soldier"), Robert Gehr (as "Boob Elkins"), Ruth Gilbert (as "Sadie Cohen"), Solomon Goldstein (as "Soldier and Miner"), Theodore Gros (as "Gore"), John Hamdown (as "Soldiers"), Edward Hemmer (as "Soldier and Miner"), Leslie M. Hunt (as "The Sheriff"), Willie Kaufmann (as "Soldier and Miner"), James Kelly (as "Soldier and Miner"), Joe Kramm [credited as Joe Kramm] (as "Jake Psinkski"), Sam Kuster (as "Second Soldier"), Sam Lazare (as "The Accordian Player"), Eddie Lester (as "MacCarthy"), Clifford Mack (as "Man in Silk Hat"), Clara Marsh (as "Old Maggie"), Rose Mary (as "The Miners' Wives"), George Mathews (as "Dynamite Jim"), George Moor (as "Joe Green"), Bert Norton (as "Pop Pratt"), Myron Paulson (as "Felix"), Clarence Redd (as "The Flute Player"), James Rodis (as "Angelo"), Marian Rudley (as "The Miners' Wives"), Edward Segal (as "Bill"), Robert E. Sherwood (as "First Soldier"), George Sinclair (as "Soldier and Miner"), Jack Smith (as "Soldiers"), Josephine Smith (as "The Miners' Wives"), Paul Sperrin (as "Slop"), Julian Taliaferro (as "Soldiers"), Aurelio Tobias (as "Soldier and Miner"), Jack Walters (as "Soldier and Miner"), Bert Weston (as "Smith"), Robert Worth (as "Soldier and Miner"), Edward Wright (as "Wayne Whifflehagen"). Produced by Federal Theatre Project of The WPA.

(1941). Stage Play: It Happens on Ice. Special [return engagement]. Music by Vernon Duke, Fred E. Ahlert and Peter De Rose. Lyrics by Al Stillman and Mitchell Parish. Musical Director: Erno Rapee. Choreographed by Catherine Littlefield and Gene Snyder. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Costume Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Lighting Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Conducted by David Mendoza and Jack Pfeiffer. Directed by Leon Leonidoff. Center Theatre: 15 Jul 1941- 26 Apr 1942 (386 performances). Cast: Dorothy Allan, John Anderson, Donald Arthur, Betty Atkinson, Shirley Barney, Meryl Baxter, Skippy Baxter, Gene Berg, Raymond Berg, Jeanne Berman, Edwina Blades, Helga Brandt, Audrey Butler, Dorothy Caley, Paul Castle, Charles Cavanaugh, Dorothy Chandler, Corryne Church, Kay Corcoran, Jo Ann Dean, Thomas DePauw, Fritz Dietl, Marta Dietl, John Dunaway, Scott Edwards, Temme Ellis, Arthur Erickson, June Forrest, The Four Bruises, Iris Gordon, Hertha Grossman, Charles Hain, Jimmy Hawley, Janet Hester, Allex Herd, Pearl Joseph, May Judels, Jack Kilty, Leon Kosofsky, Le Verne, Tommy Lee, Bernice Loughborough, Tex Mangrum, Dr. A. Douglas Nelles, Ruth Noland, Lucille O'Day, Patsy O'Day, Daphne Poole, Rudy Richards, Florence Rohr, Neil Rose, Edmund Rudink, Trudy Schneider, Jimmy Sisk, Stan Skidmore, Charlie Slagle, Hedi Stenuf, Ethel Stout, Cliff Thael, Rona Thael, Helen Thompson, Freddie Trenkler, John Van Doren, Georg Von Birgelen, Charlotte Weitzel, Nancy Mae Woodbury, James Wright, Mary Jane Yeo. Produced by Sonja Henie, Arthur M. Wirtz and Sonart Productions, Inc. (William H. Burke: Production Director. Arthur M. Wirtz: Executive Director).

(1951). Stage Play: Flahooley. Musical comedy/puppets. Based on material by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy. Music by Sammy Fain. Musical Director: Maurice Levine. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal. Special material for Miss Sumac written by Moises Vivanco. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by David Ffolkes and Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Fred Saidy. Broadhurst Theatre: 14 May 1951- 16 Jun 1951 (40 performances). Cast: Edith Atwater (as "K.T. Pettigrew"), Bil Baird's Marionettes, Barbara Cook, Irwin Corey (as "Abou Ben Atom"), Jerome Courtland, Yma Sumac (as "Najla"), Ernest Truex (as "B.G. Bigelow"), Sara Aman, John Anderson (as "Singer/Clyde, F.D.R. Puppets Singing Voice"), Andy Aprea, Bil Baird, Cora Baird, Lee Ballard, Vicki Barrett, Lulu Bates, Lewis Bolyard, Stanley Carlson, Ray Cook, Fay DeWitt, Carol Donn, Franz Fazakas, Clifford Fearl, Jane Fischer, Carl Harms, Urylee Leonardos, Elizabeth Logue (as "Flahooley"), Normand Maxon, Joe Nash, Louis Nye (as "El-Akbar, The Elder Arab"), Sheldon Ossosky, Nehemiah Persoff (as "Fowzi, The Younger Arab"), Marilyn Ross, Lois Shearer, Laurel Shelby, Franklin T. Syme, James Tarbutton, Richard Temple [final Broadway role], Edgar Thompson, Ted Thurston, Norval Tormsen, Tafi Towers, Antony Tudor (as "Arab") [final Broadway role], Rowan Tudor, Annaliese Widman. Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Produced in association with E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy.

(1953). Stage Play: The Emperor's Clothes. Drama. Written by George Tabori. Scenic Design by Lester Polakov. Costume Design by Ben Edwards. Lighting Design by Lester Polakov. Directed by Harold Clurman. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 9 Feb 1953- 21 Feb 1953 (16 performances). Cast: John Anderson (as "Policeman/Singer"), Richard Case (as "A Boy"), David Clarke (as "The Man Without Shoes"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Elek Odry"), Tamara Daykarhanova (as "Granny"), Brandon De Wilde (as "Ferike"), Howard H. Fischer (as "Mr. Schmitz"), Mike Kellin (as "Second Rottenbiller Brother"), Esmond Knight (as "The Baron"), Allan Rich (as "Milkman"), Philip Rodd (as "The Fat Hugo"), Anthony Ross (as "Peter"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Bella"), Michael Strong (as "First Rottenbiller Brother"), Nydia Westman (as "Mrs. Schmitz"). The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).

(1958). Stage Play: The Visit. Drama. Written by Friedrich Duerrenmatt. Book adapted by Maurice Valency. Directed by Peter Brook.

(1958). Stage Play: Goldilocks. Musical comedy.

(1959). Stage Play: Much Ado About Nothing. Comedy (revival).

(1960). Stage Play: Duel of Angels.

(1963). Stage Play: Hot Spot. Musical. Majestic Theatre: 19 Apr 1963- 25 May 1963 (43 performances + 5 previews that began on 15 Apr 1963). Produced by Robert Fryer, Lawrence Carr and John Herman.


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