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(1944) Stage: Devised / directed "Follow the Girls" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Guy Bolton and Eddie Davis. Additional text by Fred Thompson. Music by Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal and Phil Charig. Lyrics by Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal and Phil Charig. Music orchestrated by Joe Glover, Charles Cook, Van Cleve, Walter Paul, Bob Haggart, Julian Work, Geo. Leeman, Ernie Watson, Cornell Tannassy and Henry Cowen. Vocal arrangements by Bobby Tucker. Dances and Ensembles by Catherine Littlefield. New Century Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 12 Jun 1944-2 Jun 1945, then moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 4 Jun 1945 to close): 8 Apr 1944-18 May 1946 (888 performances). Cast: Gertrude Niesen (as "Bubbles LaMarr"), Jackie Gleason (as "Goofy Gale"), Tim Herbert, Val Valentinoff, Buster West, Danny Aiello, Norma Amigo, Roy Andrews, Al Bahr, Irina Baranova, Francois Brouillard, Charles Conaway Jr., Virginia Conrad, Kay Crespi, Lee Davis, The Di Gatanos, Bob Emmett, Toni Gilman, Ernest Goodheart, Ray Hamilton, Virginia Harriot, Richard Harvey, Walter Hastings, Bill Herne, Ruth Joseph, Dorothy Keller, Terry Kelly, Bernard Kovler, Frank Kreig, Erik Kristen, George Lambrose, Kathryn Lazell, Larry Lieberman, Walter Long, Rae MacGregor, Charles Martin, Patricia Martin, Lee Mayer, Larry Mayo, Don Miraglia, Lillian Moore, Merritta Moore, Joan Myles, Nancy Newton, John O'Neil, Dell Parker, Frank Parker, Mitzi Perry, Sherri Phillips, Ben Piazza, Dorothea Pinto, David Pullman, Arthur Randy, Ruth Rathbun, Ruthe Reid, Herbert Ross, Renee Russell, Edna Ryan, George Sabo, June Sitarr, George Spaulding, Geraldine Stroock, Bill Tabbert, Henry Tatler, Robert Thomas, Ken Tibbetts, Frank Touhey, Robert Tower, Myra Weldon, Dorothy Wygal. Produced by David L. Wolper. Produced in association with Albert Borde.

(1927). Stage Play: Harry Delmar's Revels. Musical revue. Music by Jimmy Monaco, Jesse Greer and Lester Lee. Book by William K. Wells. Lyrics by Billy Rose and Ballard MacDonald. Shubert Theatre: 28 Nov 1927- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: Hugh Cameron, Glen Dale, Helen Eby-Rock, Frank Fay, William Gaston, Janne Hackett, The Chester Hale Girls, Dorothea James, Patsy Kelly, Bert Lahr, Dick Lancaster, Artie Leeming, Winnie Lightner, E. Mercedes, Carolyn Nolte, The Patterson Sisters, The Trado Twins, Ivan Triesault. Produced by Samuel Baerwitz and Harry Delmar.

(1914). Stage Play: When Claudia Smiles. Farce. Written by Anne Caldwell. Music by Jean Schwartz. Based on a play by Leo Ditrichstein. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Additional lyrics by William Jerome, Marion Sunshine, Jamie Kelly, Gene Buck, Stanley Murphy, Lou Klein [only Broadway credit] and Arthur Weinberg. Additional music by Henry I. Marshall, Frank Gillen, Dave Stamper and Clarence Jones. Musical Direction by Al Ellis. Directed by Charles Winninger. 39th Street Theatre (moved to TheLyric Theatre from 23 Feb 1914- close): 2 Feb 1914- 21 Mar 1914 (56 performances). Cast: Claire Bertrand (as "Belle Nesville"), Gladys Breston (as "Clara Rockaway"), Albert Byrnes (as "Officer Casey"), Marie Callahan (as "Violet Richmond"), Edward Clyne (as "Jimmy Jansen"), Harry Conor (as "Frederick W. Walker"), Jack Costello (as "Bertie Billings"), Peggy Coudray (as "Hyancinth Hartford"), Rae Daly (as "Blanche DeFontenoy"), Harry Delmar (as "Reggie Renfrew"), R.M. Dolliver (as "Saladillo Escalada Del Mendoza"), Peter Donovan (as "Officer Nolan"), Florence Edney (as "Mme. Verdier"), Pearl Evans (as "Lily Atlanta"), Nellie Fillmore (as "Cynthia"), Mahlon Hamilton (as "Chester D. Hoffman") [final Broadway role], Harry Hilliard (as "Johnny Rogers"), William Keller (as "Albert"), Anna Laughlin (as "Kate Walker"), Cleo LeMoyne (as "Daisy Tottenham"), Bertha Mann (as "Alice Hoffman"), Emma McGrath (as "Pansy Portland"), Evelyn Mead (as "Daisy Denver"), James Minnehan (as "Elevator Attendant"), Dolores Parquette (as "Angie DuPont"), Harry Rensler (as "Percy Plimpton"), Blanche Ring (as "Claudia Rogers"), John J. Scannell (as "Bunny Van Tyne"), Charles Silber (as "Jingle Bells"), Eva Stuart (as "Cleo Berode"), Edwin H. Weihe (as "Billy Bender"), Harry Wesner (as "Willie Wilbur"), Claire Weston (as "Rose Reno"), Charles Winninger (as "Charles D. Hoffman"). Produced by Frederic McKay.

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