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(1931) Stage: Appeared in "Earl Carroll's Vanities" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Burton Lane. Book by Ralph Spence and Eddie Welch. Lyrics by Harold Adamson. Musical Director: Ray Cavanaugh. Music orchestrated by Domenico Savino. Additional music by Cliff Friend, Raymond Klages, Jack Meskill, Vincent Rose, Maurice Ravel and Hyman Grossman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Cliff Friend, Raymond Klages, Jack Meskill, Vincent Rose, Nathaniel Lief and Max Lief. Featuring songs by Larry Besson. Staged by Edgar J. MacGregor. Choreographed by George Hale. Ballets by Gluck Sandor. Conceived / assembled by / directed by / produced by Earl Carroll. Scenic Design by Vincente Minnelli and Hugh Willoughby. Costume Design by Vincente Minnelli and Charles Le Maire. Special Effects by Professor Tax Teuber. Earl Carroll Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 29 Feb 1932 to close): 27 Aug 1931-9 Apr 1932 (300 performances). Cast: Lucille Adair, Irene Ahlberg, Louise Allen, Doris Andress, Helen Arlen, Audrey Arlington, Violet Arnold, George Bailey, Arthur Barry, William Barton, Charles Benjamin, Brooks Berkwich, Renee Bonnie, Ernest Brown, Samuel Brown, Fred Byer, Marian Carew, Claire Carter, Irving Carter, Dan Carthe, Peter Clark, Julius Corsack, Betty Dell, Mickey Devine, Jack Durant, William Dyas, Marcelle Edwards, Herbert Ellis, Maryjo Engers, Collette Francis, Genie Fursa, Howard Garvin, John George, Dolores Grant, Harriet Hagman, Marion Harcke, Albert Harris, William Hart, John Hilliman, Agatha Hoff, Edgar Hughes, Vivian Keefer, Alice Kerwin, Sunny Kest, Nelda Kincaid, Glenfield Knight, Dorothy Knowlton, Anderson Lewis, Helen Lynd, Martha Mackay, Will Mahoney, Irving Mangott, Lois Maye, Charles V. Maynard, Ferne McAllister, Theresa Meredith, Ida Michaels, Frank Miller, Woods Miller, Villi Milli, Frank Mitchell, Julia Mooney, Jane Moxon, 'Rosemary Murphy (I)', Al Norman, Helen Oakes, Olive Olsen, Gay Orlova, Lucille Page, Edythe Paige, Shirley Parshall, Irma Philbin, Paul H. Phillips, Louise Porach, Lydia Resh, Lorna Rodionoff, The Rooney Ensemble, Lillian Roth, Norman C. Rucker, Enrique do los Ruelos, Frank Schegar, Betty Schleindl, Alie Sellier, The Slate Brothers, Betty Sundmark, Jacqueline Swift, James Tamm, The Thermein Ensemble, Jasper Thomas, Phil Thomas, George Turner, Beryl Wallace, Florence Ward, Milton Watson, Eileen Wenzel, Raymond Young.

(1929) Stage: Appeared (in "Ensemble") in "Earl Carroll's Sketch Book" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / lyrics by E.Y. Harburg and Jay Gorney. Material by / Conceived by / Production Supervised by / Produced by Earl Carroll, Sidney Skolsky and Eddie Cantor. Additional text by Eddie Welch. Additional numbers by Billy Rose, Vincent Rose, Harry Tobias, Charles Tobias, Benny Davis, Ted Snyder, Renee Russell, Charles L. Sansone, Irving Kahal, Arnold Johnson, Jean Hubert, Irving Actman and Abner Silver. Music orchestration by Domenico Savino. Choreography by LeRoy Prinz. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Earl Carroll Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 30 Sep 1929 to Mar 1930, then moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 10 Mar 1930 to close): 1 Jul 1929-7 Jun 1930 (392 performances). Cast: Irene Ahlberg, Eleanor Ahren, Violet Arnold, Faith Bacon, Harry Blue, Dorothy Britton, Marian Carew, Dorothy Carroll, Slim Cavanaugh, Catherine Clark, Elsie Connor, Evelyn Crowell, Janet Currie, Nancy Decker, Frances Delacy, Grace Du Faye, Sammy Duncan, Carlton Emmy, Maryjo Engers, Ann Faye, Collette Francis, Dorothea Frank, Estelle Fratus, Louise Garnett, Bob Geraghty, George Givot, Marion Harcke, Angeline Hassel, Eileen Healy, Don Howard, Bert Jason, Renee Johnson, Frances Joyce, Margaret Joyce, Henrietta Kay, Patsy Kelly, Nelda Kincaid, Will Mahoney, Mary Masher, Vera Milton, Odessa Morgan, Marion O'Day, Omar, Catherine O'Neil, Irma Philbin, Peggy Purcell, Blanche Reeves, Bob Robson, Etna Ross, Winifred Starr, Rita Stone, Three Sailors, Phelps Twins, Beryl Wallace, Flo Ward, Eileen Wenzel, Diana White, Vivian Wilson, Coly Worth, Gracie Worth.

(1927) Stage: Appeared (in "Ensemble") in "White Lilacs" on Broadway. Musical. Music by Karl Hajos. Book / lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Original German book by Sigurd Johansen. Musical Director: Pierce de Reeder. Additional music by Maurice Ruebens and Sammy Timberg. Additional lyrics by David Goldberg and J. Keirn Brennan. Ensembles staged by Vaughn Godfrey. Directed by George F. Marion. Shubert Theatre (moved to Jolson's 59th Street Theatre from 8 Oct 1928-close): 10 Sep 1928-12 Jan 1929 (136 performances). Cast: Catherine Allen (as "Ensemble"), Melba Alter (as "Louison" / "One of Trio"), Louise Beaudet (as "Catherine"), Helen Bishop (as "Ensemble"), Grace Brinkley (as "Delphine Potocka"), John Campbell (as "Ensemble"), Madeline Clancy (as "Ensemble"), Charles Croker-King (as "Giacomo Meyerbeer"), Diana Doering (as "Ensemble"), Edwin Drake (as "Ensemble"), Eliz Fergusson (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Forsythe (as "Ensemble"), Mae Golding (as "Ensemble"), William Hall (as "Ensemble"), Maurice Holland (as "Gaston de Flavigny"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Dubusson"), Frank Horn (as "Prince Obelenski" / "Ensemble"), Juanita (as "Juanita"), Ernest Lawford (as "Heinrich Heine"), Vivian Lynn (as "Ensemble"), Wallace Magill (as "Ensemble"), Eva Mascagno (as "Mlle. Taglioni"), Steven McNulty (as "Ensemble"), Odette Myrtil (as "Madame George Sand"), Phyllis Newkirk (as "Marquise De Mours" / "One of Trio"), Paco (as "Paco"), Helen Page (as "Ensemble"), Louise Randolph (as "Ensemble"), Phil Reep (as "Ensemble"), Guy Robertson (as "Frederic Chopin"), Allan Rogers (as "Luselle"), Vernon Rudolph (as "Franz Liszt" / "Ensemble"), Edna Starck (as "Ensemble"), Franklin Van Horn (as "Balzac"), Douglas Vincent (as "Ensemble"), Frank Weiner (as "Ensemble"), Charlotte Woodruff (as "Countess D'Agoult" / "One of Trio"), Dora Zommerowna (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1920) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Silks and Satins" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by / Musical Director Leon Rosebrook. Book by Thomas Duggan. Lyrics by Louis Weslyn. Music orchestrated by Leon Rosebrook and Alfred Delby. Featuring songs by Oliver Wallace, Albert von Tilzer, Harry von Tilzer, Jesse Greer, Ed Smalle and Arthur Swanstrom. Featuring songs with lyrics by William Rock, Andrew Sterling, Lew Brown, Lloyd Garrett, Arthur Freed, Jesse Greer, Ed Smalle and Arthur Swanstrom. Choreographed by Earl Lindsay. Directed by William Rock. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 15 Jul 1920-4 Sep 1920 (60 performances). Cast: West Avey, Marcelle Barnes, Betty Brown, Babette Busey, Blanche Clark, Estelle Collette, Johnny Dale, Louise Dale, Norma Dale, Robert Dale, Ursula Dale, Delphi Daugan, Thomas Duggan, Helyn Elby, Zenia Fedova, Marjorie Flynn, Bernice Hart, Irene Hart, Elsie Held, Harry Hines, Phoebe King, Virginia Lee, Connie Madison, Irene Mayberry, Carolyn Maywood, Ernestine Meyers, Dennis O'Neil, Constantine Permane, Babette Raymond, Jay Regan, William Rock, George Shelly, Orilla Smith, Aileen Stanley, Betty Stewart, Jue Quon Tai, Jean Thomas, Daisy Watson, Hazel Webb, Elsie Westcott, Rudy Wiedoft. Produced by William Rock.

(1942) Appeared in and narrates the trailer for The Palm Beach Story (1942).

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