- (1952) Active on Broadway [credited as Edmond Beloin] in the following production:
- (1968) TV Pilot: In 1968, he co-wrote the teleplay for an unsold comedy pilot for CBS called "Missy's Men" about how three soldiers (Jack Sheldon, Dwayne Hickman and Daniel J. Travanti) bring a Korean orphan girl to San Francisco and attempt to raise her.
- (1952) Stage Play: In Any Language. Comedy. Written by Edmund Beloin [credtied as Edmond Beloin] and Henry Garson. From a story by Henry Garson. Scenic Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Costume Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois. Scenic Assistant to Mr. Du Bois: Mason Arvold. Costume Assistant to Mr. Du Bois: Waldo Angelo. Press Representative: John L. Toohey and Arthur Cantor. Directed by George Abbott. Cort Theatre: 7 Oct 1952- 15 Nov 1952 (45 performances). Cast: Uta Hagen (as "Hannah King"), Joe De Santis (as "Aldo Carmenelli"), Louis Hawkins (as "Beansy Oliver"), Eileen Heckart (as "Valerie McGuire"), Gloria Marlowe (as "Della Fontana"), Walter Matthau (as "Charlie Hill"), Nita Naldi (as "Marchesa Del Veccio Sporenza"), Philip Barbera (as "Signore Zucco"), Alfred Bascetta (as "Signore Mazzi"), Francine Bond (as "Fawzieh"), Karin Flanagan (as "Little Girl"), Maurice Gosfield (as "A Turkish Gentleman"), Robert Ottaviano (as "Lorenzo"), Jove Paone (as "Boy"), Lee Papell (as "Grandi"), Fred Porcelli (as "Porter/Waiter"), Rossana San Marco (as "Mama Carmenelli"), Giorgio Spelvino (as "Second Porter"), Dino Terranova (as "Signore Rossi"), Joe Verdi (as "A Little Waiter"). Produced by Jule Styne and George Abbott.