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In 1961, he starred in an unsold pilot for a TV series called, "The Man from Telegraph Hill" based on the life of San Francisco columnist Herb Caen.

Babes in Arms (1937). Musical comedy. Material by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Musical Director: Gene Salzer. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 25 Oct 1937 to close): 14 Apr 1937- 18 Dec 1937 (289 performances). Cast: Roy Adler, Buddy Allen, Micky Alvarez, Jay Bee, Libby Bennett, Verna Ceders, Stella Clauson, Tania Clell, Alex Courtney, Mitzie Dahl, Dan Dailey (as "The Gang") [Broadway debut], Clifton Darling, Aljan de Loville, Jere Delaney, Alfred Drake, Bronson Dudley, Eleanor Fiata, Bob Fishelson, Gloria Franklin, Ted Gary, James Gillis, Mitzi Green, Dana Hardwick, Claire Harvey, Ray Heatherton, Mickey Herson, Georgia Hiden, Ethel Intropodi (as "Mazie LaMar"), LeRoy James, Marjorie Jane, Alvin Kerr, Bobby Lane, Betty Lee, Connie Leslie, Don Liberto, George E. MacKay, Grace McDonald (as "Dolores Reynolds"), Ray McDonald, Duke McHale, Wynn Murray (as "Baby Rose, The Singer"), Fayard Nicholas (as "Irving DeQuincy"), Harold Nicholas (as "Ivor DeQuincy"), (credited as the Nicholas Brothers), Jean Owens, Audrey Palmer, Douglas Perry, Gedda Petry, Rolly Pickert, Aileen Poe, Robert Rounseville, Ursula Seiler, Jack Stanton, Eleanor Tennis, Davenie Watson, George Watts, Kenneth Wilkins. Production supervised and Produced by Dwight Wiman. Note: Produced on film by MGM as Babes in Arms (1939).

Stars In Your Eyes (1939). Musical comedy. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Material by J.P. McEvoy [final Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Music orchestrated by Donald J. Walker, Hans Spialek and Al Goodman. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Directed by Joshua Logan. Majestic Theatre: 9 Feb 1939- 27 May 1939 (127 performances). Cast: Jimmy Durante (as "Bill"), Ethel Merman (as "Jeanette Adair"), Richard Carlson (as "John Blake"), Mildred Natwick (as "Bess"), Tamara Toumanova, Anthony Albert, Alicia Alonso, Fernando Alonso, Paul Alvin, Savva Andreieff, Richard Barbee, Walter Cassel, Gloria Clare, Peggy Conrad, Ambrose Costello, Davis Cunningham, Dan Dailey, Natasha Dana, Maria De Galanta, Sandy Dietz, Jane Everett, Basil Galahoff, Ted Gary, Dwight Godwin, Gail Grant, Marion Haynes, Thekla Horn, Johanne Hoven, Marjorie Johnstone, Edward Kane, Maria Karniloff, Nora Kaye, George Kiddon, Kathryn Mayfield, Rennie McEvoy, David Morris, Russel Protopoff, Frances Rands, Richard Reed, Audrey Reynolds, Newcombe Rice, Jerome Robbins (as "Gentleman of the Ballet"), Dawn Roland, Phyllis Roque, Robert Ross, Robert Shanley, Roger Stearns, Olga Suarez, Clinton Sundberg, Margaret Vasilieff, Walter Wagner, Mary Wickes (as "Voice Coach"), Mary Jane Williams, Nancy Wiman. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

Catch Me if You Can (1965). Written by Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert. From a French play by Robert Thomas. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Morosco Theatre: 9 Mar 1965- 5 Jun 1965 (103 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Tom Bosley, Dan Dailey, Bethel Leslie, George Mathews, Patrick McVey, Eli Mintz, Jo Tract. Produced by Lee Guber, Shelly Gross and Frank Ford.

Plaza Suite (1968). Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Directed by Mike Nichols. Plymouth Theatre: 14 Feb 1968- 3 Oct 1970 (1097 performances + 2 previews). Cast: George C. Scott (as "Sam Nash," "Visitor From Mamaroneck," "Jesse Kiplinger," "Visitor From Hollywood," "Roy Hubley," "Visitor From Forest Hills"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Karen Nash," "Visitor From Mamaroneck," "Muriel Tate," "Visitor From Hollywood," "Norma Hubley," "Visitor From Forest Hills"), Bob Balaban (as "Bellhop," "Visitor From Mamaroneck," "Borden Eisler," "Visitor From Forest Hills") [Broadway debut], Claudette Nevins, Jose Ocasio. Replacement cast: Gary Barton, Barbara Baxley, Peggy Cass (as "Karen Nash," "Muriel Tate," "Norma Hubley"), Dan Dailey (as "Jesse Kiplinger," et al) [final Broadway role], Robert Gerlach, E.G. Marshall (as "Jesse Kiplinger," et al), Lynda Myles, Don Porter, Lawrence Weber, Nicol Williamson. Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Note: filmed as Plaza Suite (1971).

In 1961, he co-starred in an unsold pilot called "The Jay Hawkers" about two Kansans who wander the West.

In 1968, he starred in an unsold sitcom pilot for ABC called "Billy Boy!" where he played the head of a typical American family whose lives are turned upside down by the arrival of the son of a British friend who belongs to "the mod generation."

(November 26, 1950) starred in "Lux Radio Theater" program "You're My Everything" with Anne Baxter.

(late 1960s) Dailey starred as Oscar Madison in a road production of "The Odd Couple". Also featured in the cast were Elliott Reid as Felix Unger and Peter Boyle as Murray the Cop.

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