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  • (1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Roy Titus"; Broadway debut) in "Dance Night: on Broadway. Written by Kenyon Nicholson. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Belasco Theatre: 14 Oct 1938-Oct 1938 (closing date unknown/3 performances). Cast: Mary Boylan (as "Miss Spangelman"l Broadway debut), Perry Bruskin (as "Claude Swayze"), Frances Carden (as "Midge Opdyke"), Richard Clayton (as "Marvin Kinney"), Del Cleveland (as "Buzz Johnson"), Bert Conway (as "Hobie Morgan"), Harry Cooke (as "Art Manson"), June Curtis (as "Dora Roach"), Gail De Hart (as "Leona Skillman"), Anthony Dwyer (as "Homer Diltz"), Terry Fay (as "Irma Lucas"), Melbourne Ford (as "Winfield Stout"), Lillian Green (as "Reba Clark"), Fred Herrick (as "Earl Hendricks"), Darthy Hinckley (as "Ruth Tabor"), Edward Hodge (as "Cliff Gantz"), Marian Leach (as "Arlene Hooper"), Edwin Mann (as "Wallace Tinsman"), Frank Maxwell (as "Leonard Kerr"), Robert Mayors (as "Albie Kline"), Josephine McKim (as "Rhonda Carver"), Charles Mendick (as "Grover Paxton"; Broadway debut), Judy Parrish (as "Frances Hight"), David Paul (as "Lloyd Pedrick"), Gordon Peters (as "Otis Skillman"), Maida Reade (as "Ella Gantz"), Mary Rolfe (as "Jewel Hendricks"), Mary Servoss (as "Blanche Hendricks"), David Wayne (as "Harvey Bodine"). Produced by Robert Rockmore.
  • (1939) Stage: Appeared (as "Doctor") in "Summer Night" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Vicki Baum and 'Benjamin Glazer' (qv_. Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Lee Strasberg. St. James Theatre: 2 Nov 1939-4 Nov 1939 (4 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Melvyn Lockhart"), Martin Blaine (as "The Roving Reporter"), Harold Bolton (as "First Picket"), Leonard Bremen (as "Photographer"), Dortha Brinsfield (as "Marathon Couple"), Louis Calhern (as "John B. Bingham"), Lewis Charles (as "Pinkey"), Gage Clarke (as "George Cooper"), Clancy Cooper (as "Bartender"), Boyd Crawford (as "Pat"), Peter Cusanelli (as "Dance Judge"), Howard Da Silva (as "Speed"), Edmund Dorsey (as "Manager"), Eric Efron (as "Marathon Couple"), Herman Ergotti (as "The Littlest Man"), Helen Flint (as "Blanche Cooper"), Susan Fox (as "Ginger"), Charles Furcolowe (as "Second Picket"), Martin Greene (as "Marathon Couple"), Violet Heming (as "Marion Bingham"), Wilna Hervey (as "The Biggest Girl"), Adele Jerome (as "Marathon Couple"), Archie King (as "Marathon Couple"), Tony Kraber (as "Detective"), Peter Leeds (as "Marathon Couple"), Marion O'Brien (as "Nurse"), Robert Rhodes (as "Policeman"), Rita Rhoni (as "Mona"), Stephen Roberts (as "Marathon Couple"), Rebecca Rowen (as "Marathon Couple"), Polly Smiley (as "Marathon Couple"), Lionel Stander (as "Jake"), Guy Standing Jr. (as "Croupier"), Virginia Stevens (as "Nurse"), Sidney Stone (as "Barker"), Josephine Victor (as "Mama Rosario"). Produced by Lewis E. Gensler. (1945). Stage Play: Oh, Brother!. Comedy. Written by Jacques Deval. Scenic Design by Samuel Leve. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. Royale Theatre: 19 Jun 1945-7 Jul 1945 (23 performances). Cast: Sally Archdeacon (as "Rose"), Lyle Bettger (as "Steve Foley"), Kendall Bryson (as "Larry"), Eva Condon (as "Ethel Shores"), Catherine Doucet (as "Amelia Broadwell"), Susana Garnett (as "Sue Atkins"), Don Gibson (as "Allen Kilmer"), F. Hugh Herbert (as "Charles Craddock"), Forrest Orr (as "Julian Trumbull"), Gloria Stroock Joan Massuber"; Broadway debut), Arleen Whelan (as "Marion Cosgrove"), Jutta Wolfe (as "Connie Rowland"). Produced by Maximilian Becker and Peter Warren.
  • (1940) Stage: Appeared in "The Flying Gerardos" on Broadway.
  • (1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Tom Anders") in "The Moon Is Down" on Broadway. Drama. Written by John Steinbeck. Directed by Chester Erskine. Martin Beck Theatre: 7 Apr 1942-6 Jun 1942 (71 performances). Cast: E.J. Ballantine (as "George Corell"), Russell Collins (as "Maj. Hunter"), William Eythe (as "Lt. Tonder"), Philip Foster (as "Alex Morden"), Charles Gordon (as "Corporal"), Edwin Gordon (as "Sergeant"), Carl Gose (as "Lt. Prackle"), Alan Hewitt (as "Capt. Loft"), Whitford Kane (as "Dr. Winter"), George Keane (as "Will Anders"), Kermit Kegley (as "Soldier"), Otto Kruger (as "Col. Lanser"), Ralph Morgan (as "Mayor Orden"), Maria Palmer (as "Molly Morden"), Leona Powers (as "Madame Orden"), Jane Seymour (as "Annie"), John D. Seymour (as "Capt. Bentick"), Joseph Sweeney (as "Joseph"), Victor Thorley (as "Soldier"). Produced by Oscar Serlin.
  • (1943) Stage: Appeared (as "John Bauer Jr."_ in "All for All" on Broadway. Written by Norman Bruce. Based on "Give and Take" by Aaron Hoffman. Directed by Harry Green. Bijou Theatre: 29 Sep 1943-1 Dec 1943 (85 performances). Cast: Wyrley Birch (as "Daniel Drum"), Flora Campbell (as "Marion Kruger"), Harry Green (as "Albert Kruger"), Jack Pearl (as "John Bauer Sr."), Loring Smith (as "Thomas W. Craig"). Produced by A.L. Berman. NOTE: Filmed as Give and Take (1928).
  • (1945) Stage: Appeared (as "Steve Foley") in "Oh, Brother!" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Jacques Deval. Scenic Design by Samuel Leve. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. Royale Theatre: 19 Jun 1945-7 Jul 1945 (23 performances). Cast: Sally Archdeacon (as "Rose"), Kendall Bryson (as "Larry"; final Broadway role), Eva Condon (as "Ethel Shores"), Catherine Doucet (as "Amelia Broadwell"), Susana Garnett (as "Sue Atkins"), Don Gibson (as "Allen Kilmer"), F. Hugh Herbert (as "Charles Craddock"), Forrest Orr (as "Julian Trumbull"), Gloria Stroock (as "Joan Massuber"; Broadway debut), Arleen Whelan (as "Marion Cosgrove"), Jutta Wolfe (as "Connie Rowland"). Produced by Maximilian Becker and Peter Warren.
  • (1956) Unsold pilot: Starred in a pilot about a sailboat plying the South Seas called "James Michener Presents a South Pacific Adventure" which was scripted by James A. Michener and directed by Orville H. Hampton. NOTE: Three years later the concept was reworked and became Adventures in Paradise (1959) starring Gardner McKay, which ran from 1959-62.
  • (8/14/57) Radio: Appeared on the "Family Theater" broadcast of "The Spy".

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