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(1928- 1961). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1928). Stage Play: Ups-a Daisy. Musical comedy.

(1945). Stage Play: Hollywood Pinafore. Musical comedy. Written by George S. Kaufman. Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreographed by Douglas Coudy and Anthony Tudor. Production Supervisor: Arnold Saint Subber. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Alvin Theatre: 31 May 1945- 14 Jul 1945 (52 performances). Cast: Sally Billings (as "Ensemble"), Mary Alice Bingham (as "Ensemble"), Eleanor Boleyn (as "Ensemble"), Shirley Booth (as "Louhedda Hopsons"), Russ Brown (as "Bob Beckett"), John Butler (as "Ensemble"), Dean Campbell (as "Ensemble"), Ronald Chetwood (as "Ensemble"), Harold Cole (as "Ensemble"), Jack Collins (as "Ensemble"), Helene Constantine (as "Ensemble"), Diana Corday (as "Miss Gloria Mundi"), Daniel De Paolo (as "Doorman"), Annamary Dickey (as "Brenda Blossom"), Charles S. Dubin (as "Ensemble"), Silas Engum (as "Ensemble"), William Gaxton (as "Dick Live-Eye"), Florence George (as "Ensemble"), Jane Hansen (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Heath (as "Ensemble"), Stanley Herbertt (as "Ensemble"), Lucy Hillary (as "Ensemble"), Howard Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Jackson Jordan (as "Secretary"), Barry Kent (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Lambert (as "Ensemble"), James Mate (as "Ensemble"), John Mathews (as "Ensemble"), Ella Mayer (as "Little Miss Peggy"), Margaret McKenna (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Meyer (as "Ensemble"), Candace Montgomery (as "Ensemble"), Victor Moore (as "Joseph W. Porter"), Ann Newland (as "Ensemble"), Jeanne North (as "Ensemble"), Shaun O'Brien (as "Ensemble"), Regis Powers (as "Ensemble"), Eleanor Prentiss (as "Secretary"), Jack Purcell (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Pamela Randell (as "Miss Beverly Wilshire"), George Rasely (as "Mike Corcoran"), Gilbert Russell (as "Ralph Rackstraw"), Annette Sorell (as "Ensemble"), Drucilla Strain (as "Secretary"), Larry Stuart (as "Ensemble"), Ernest Taylor (as "Guard"), Jeffrey Warren (as "Ensemble"), Mary Wickes (as "Miss Hebe"), Mary Williams (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Max Gordon. Produced in association with Meyer David.

(1930). Stage Play: Flying High. Musical comedy. Music by Ray Henderson. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. Book by John McGowan, Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Directed by George White and Edward C. Lilley. Apollo Theatre: 3 Mar 1930- 3 Jan 1931 (355 performances). Cast: Joanna Allen (as "Ensemble"), Andy Anderson (as "Ensemble"), Jack Bedford (as "Ensemble"), Walter Blair (as "Ensemble"), Hazel Boffinger (as "Ensemble"), Grace Brinkley (as "Eileen Cassidy"), Jane Brown (as "Ensemble"), Russ Brown (as "Sport Wardell"), Jack Bruns (as "Mr. Charles"), Bobbie Campbell (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Case (as "Ensemble"), Warren Crosby (as "Ensemble"), Charles Davis (as "Ensemble"), Dody Donnelly (as "Ensemble"), Bernie Dossitt (as "Ensemble"), Lois Eckhart (as "Ensemble"), George Ford (as "Ensemble"), Jane Gale (as "The Gale Quadruplets"), Jean Gale (as "The Gale Quadruplets"), Joan Gale (as "The Gale Quadruplets"), June Gale (as "The Gale Quadruplets"), Peggy Gallimore (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Hall (as "Judy Trent"), Elmer Hertel (as "Ensemble"), Beth Holt (as "Ensemble"), Rita Horgan (as "Ensemble"), James Howard (as "Ensemble"), Don Hudson (as "Ensemble"), Jesse James (as "Ensemble"), Renee Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Phil King(as "Ensemble"), Bert Lahr (as "Rusty Krause"), Barbara Lee (as "Ensemble"), Robert Lewis (as "Ensemble"), Bob Lively (as "Tim"), Fred Manatt (as "Major Watts, M.D."), Florence Marriner (as "Ensemble"), Edith Martin (as "Ensemble"), Vivian Mathison (as "Ensemble"), John McCahill (as "Ensemble"), Maurine McNeil (as "Ensemble"), Clarence Meyers (as "Ensemble"), Carol Miller (as "Ensemble"), Helene Miller (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Morgan (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Moseley (as "Ensemble"), William Murray (as "Ensemble"), James Notarro (as "Ensemble"), Pearl Osgood (as "Bunny McHugh"), Gladys Page (as "Ensemble"), Mickey Ray (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Ring (as "Ensemble"), Cornelia Rogers (as "Ensemble"), Charles Rose (as "Ensemble"), Herbert Sampson (as "Ensemble"), Gus Schilling (as "Ensemble"), Diana Seaby (as "Ensemble"), Len Shaw (as "Mr. Henry"), Oscar Shaw (as "Tod Addison"), Carolyn Sickle (as "Ensemble"), Robert Silva (as "Ensemble"), Kate Smith (as "Pansy Sparks") [final Broadway role], Jane Stafford (as "Ensemble"), Flora Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Benjamin Tilberg (as "Ensemble"), Betty Travers (as "Ensemble"), Al Vickers (as "Ensemble"), Daniel Wakeley (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Webb (as "Ensemble"), Henry Whittemore (as "Gordon Turner"). Produced by George White. Note (1): One of the few major post-crash hits on Broadway. (2) Filmed by MGM as Flying High (1931), directed by Charles Reisner with Mr. Lahr repeating his starring role.

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