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(1940) Stage: Appeared in "Meet the People" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Jay Gorney. Book by Ben Barzman [only Broadway credit], Sol Barzman [only Broadway credit], Mortimer Offner, Edward Eliscu, Daniel Dare, Henry Blankfort, Bert Lawrence, Sid Kuller, Ray Golden, Milt Gross, Mike Quin and Arthur Ross. Lyrics by Henry Myers and Edward Eliscu. Revised by Edward Eliscu. Music orchestrated by Archie Bleyer, Charles F. Miller, George Bassman and David Raksin. Miss Colby's special arrangements by Arthur Wilson. Directed by Daniel Dare and Milton Offner. Mansfield Theatre: 25 Dec 1940-10 May 1941 (160 performances). Cast: Jack Albertson, Ted Arkin, Jack Boyle, Patricia Brilhante, Virginia Bryan, Beryl Carew, Judy Clark, Marion Colby, Robert Davis, Marie DeForest, Josephine Del Mar, Michael Doyle, Rafe Eisenberg, Nanette Fabray, Jack Gilford, Angus Hopkins, Eddie Johnson, Norman Lawrence, Fay McKenzie, Robert Nash, Kenneth Patterson, Lois Paul, Barney Phillips, Dorothy Roberts, Sue Robin, Peggy Ryan, Elizabeth Talbot-Martin, Beverly Weaver, Doodles Weaver, Jack Williams. Produced by Hollywood Theatre Alliance and Danny Dare.

(1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Barney Snedeker") in "They Should Have Stood in Bed" on Broadway. Written by Leo Rifkin, Frank Tarloff and David Shaw. Directed by Luther Adler. Mansfield Theatre: 13 Feb 1942-21 Feb 1941 (11 performances). Cast: Norman Budd (as "Third Man"), John Call, Tony Canzoneri, William Foran, Richard Irving, Topper Jordan, George Mathews, Sanford Meisner, Katherine Meskill, Russell Morrison, LeRoi Operti (as "Mr. Cooper"), Edwin Philips, Randolph Preston, Grant Richards, Martin Ritt (as "Second Man"), Arnold Spector, Florence Sundstrom, Robert Williams. Produced by Sam H. Grisman. Produced in association with Alexander H. Cohen.

(1950) Stage: Appeared (as "Madrigal Trio" / What a Delightful Day / Barney / I Never Felt Better / Floogelman / Once Upon a Time") in "Alive and Kicking" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Hal Borne, Irma Jurist, Sammy Fain, Hoagy Carmichael and Harold Rome. Additional music by Sonny Burke, Leo Schumer and Ray Golden. Dance music by Billy Kyle. Sketches by Ray Golden, I.A.L. Diamond, Henry Morgan, Jerome Chodorov, Joseph Stein, Will Glickman and Michael Stuart. "Abou Ben Adhem" adapted from a poem by Leigh Hunt. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, Ray Golden and Harold Rome. Additional lyrics by Leonard Gershe, Sid Kuller and Michael Stuart. Musical Director / Vocal Arrangements by: Lehman Engel. Vocal arrangements for "Alive and Kicking" by / Music orchestrated by George Bassman. Additional numbers by Lucille Kallen, Max Liebman and Mickey Deems. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Lighting Design by Mason Arvold. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. Winter Garden Theatre: 17 Jan 1950-25 Feb 1950 (46 performances). Cast: Rae Abruzzo (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer" / "Cry, Baby" Performer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"), Jeanne Bal (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Margaret Baxter (as ""Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), George Bockman (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), June Brady (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "I Didn't Want Him" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / Announcer / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), David Burns (as "Army / Pals of the Pentagon / Dr. Allen Drawbridge / Meet the Authors / Dr. Frisbee / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Patricia Bybell (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "A World of Strangers" Performer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"), Velerie Camille (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Jack Cassidy (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Trio / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / First Man / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot / "Propinquity" Singer), Madelaine Chambers (as "Alive and Kicking" / Madrigal Trio / What a Delightful Day / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer), Sylvia Chaney (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Jack Cole (as "I Didn't Want Him" Dancer / Abou / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "Cole Scuttle Blues" Dancer"), Bryn Corey (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Kenneth Davis (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Ruth Davis (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Fay DeWitt (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / Second Nurse / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Mickey Deems (as "Airforce / Pals of the Pentagon / "My Day of Rest" Performer / Patient / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot / Mike / Once Upon a Time"), Jessie Elliott (as "Agnes / I'm All Yours"), Marie Groscup (as "Angel / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer / "Cole Scuttle Blues" Dancer"), Jay Harnick (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Jean Harris (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Marc Hertsens (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Samuel N. Kirkham (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Waiter / Meet the Authors / Trio / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer), Louise Kirtland (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Chairwoman / Meet the Authors / Wife / I Never Felt Better / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / Woman / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Graham Lee (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"), Lenore Lonergan (as "Viola Tremaine / Meet the Authors / "Cry, Baby" Performer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Performer / Miss Honeysuckle / Once Upon a Time / "French With Tears" Performer"), Eve Lynn (as "Secretary / Pals of the Pentagon / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Arthur Maxwell (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "A World of Strangers" Performer / "Building Going Up" Performer"), Jack Miller (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Margery Oldroyd (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Madrigal Trio / What a Delightful Day / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Singer"), Paul Olson (as "Alive and Kicking" Dancer / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer "), Carl Reiner (as "Navy / Pals of the Pentagon / "What a Delightful Day" Introduction / Dr. Hiram Flick / Meet the Authors / Charlie / I Never Felt Better / Dr. Walsh / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot / Director / Once Upon a Time Performer"), Jack Russell (as "Undersecretary / Pals of the Pentagon / Sergeant / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "Propinquity" Performe"), Laurel Shelby (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Cry, Baby" Performer / "Building Going Up" Singer / First Nurse / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Dolores Starr (as "The Girl / Alive and Kicking / "Abou Ben Adhem" Dancer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer"), Ray Stephens (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / Trio / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / Anesthetist / Hippocrates Hits the Jackpot"), Rex Thompson (as "Boy / Abou Ben Adhem / "Building Going Up" Singer"), Bobby Van (as "Milkman / Alive and Kicking / "One Word Led to Another" Performer / George / I'm All Yours"), Gwen Verdon (as "I Didn't Want Him" Dancer / Abou's Wife / Abou Ben Adhem / "Love It Hurts So Good" Dancer / "Propinquity" Dancer / "One Two Three" Dancer / "Cole Scuttle Blues" Dancer"), Earl Williams (as "Alive and Kicking" Singer / "Love It Hurts So Good" Singer / "Building Going Up" Singer / "One Two Three" Performer"). Produced by William R. Katzell and Ray Golden.

(1950) Stage: Appeared in "The Live Wire" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1955) Stage: Appeared in "The Diary of Anne Frank" on Broadway. Drama.

(1957) Stage: Appeared (as "Second Soldier") in "Romanoff and Juliet" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Peter Ustinov. Incidental music by Harold Rome. Ballads by Peter Ustinov and Anthony Hopkins. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Plymouth Theatre: 10 Oct 1957-13 Sep 1958 (389 performances). Cast: Peter Ustinov (as "The General"), Fred Clark (as "Hooper Moulsworth"), Henry Lascoe (as "Vadim Romanoff"), Natalie Schafer (as "Beulah Moulsworth"), Elizabeth Allen (as "Juliet"), Edward Atienza (as "The Archbishop"; Broadway debut), Sylvia Daneel Jr. (as "Capt. Marfa Zlotochienko"), Marianne Deeming (as "Evdokia Romanoff"), Carl Don (as "The Spy"), William Greene (as "Freddie Vandestuyt"), Phil Leeds (as "First Soldier"), Gerald Sarracini (as "Igor Romanoff"). Replacement actors: Tamzen Allan (as "Jr. Capt. Marfa Zlotochienko"), Tom Poston (as "The General"), Christine Thomas (as "Beulah Moulsworth"), Michael Tolan (as "Igor Romanoff"), George Tyne (as "First Soldier"), David White (as "Hooper Moulsworth"; final Broadway role). Produced by David Merrick. NOTE: Filmed as Romanoff and Juliet (1965) (TV), Romanoff and Juliet (1961), "Theatre Night: Romanoff and Juliet (#1.2)" (1957),

(1958) Stage: Appeared (as "Dr. Peter Ullman") in "Drink to Me Only" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Abram S. Ginnes and Ira Wallach. Directed by George Abbott. 54th Street Theatre: 8 Oct 1958-13 Dec 1958 (77 performances). Cast: John Allen (as "Bailiff"), Royal Beal (as "Gregory Wendell"), Sherry Britton (as "Princess Alexandria"), Frank Ford (as "Juror"), Undine Forrest (as "Joyce Porterman"), Paul Hartmann (as "James Porterman"), Georgann Johnson (as "Vicky Remsen"), John McGiver (as "Stanley Farrington"), Diana Millay (as "Sandy Wendell"), Leona Noric (as "Juror"), Don Penny (as "Juror"), Lou Polan (as "Harvey L. Gruber"), Tom Poston (as "Miles Pringle"), Leona Powers (as "Mrs. George Havermeyer"), Cameron Prud'Homme (as "Clintock Wheelock"), Truman Smith (as "Judge"), Mary Stanton (as "Juror"). Understudies: John Allen (as "Gregory Wendell" / "James Porterman"), Frank Ford (as "Dr. Peter Ullman" / "Harvey L. Gruber"), Leona Noric (as "Princess Alexandria" / "Sandy Wendell"), Don Penny (as "Miles Pringle"), Truman Smith (as "Stanley Farrington") and Mary Stanton (as "Joyce Porterman" / "Vicky Remsen"). Produced by George Ross. Produced in association with John Robert Lloyd.

(1959) Stage: Appeared (as "Herr von Putzeboum") in "Look After Lulu" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Noël Coward. Based on "Occupe-toi d'Amelie" by Georges Feydeau. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Cecil Beaton. Lighting Design by Raymond Sovey. Hair Design by Ernest Adler. Directed by Cyril Ritchard. Henry Miller's Theatre: 3 Mar 1959-4 Apr 1959 (39 performances). Cast: John Alderman (as "Cornette"), George Baker (as "Philippe de Croze"), Bill Berger (as "Emile"), Philippa Bevans (as "Aunt Gabrielle"), Eric Christmas (as "Gigot"), Ina Beth Cummins (as "Little Girl"), David Faulkner (as "Florist Boy"), Grace Gaynor (as "Paulette"), Jack Gilford (as "Herr Van Putzeboum"), William Griffis (as "Photographer"), Tammy Grimes (as "Lulu d'Arville"), Rory Harrity (as "Bomba"), Craig Huebing (as "Valery"), David Hurst (as "Inspector of the Police"), Kurt Kasznar (as "Prince of Salestria"), Barbara Loden (as "Gaby"), Arthur Malet (as "Mayor of the District"), Roddy McDowall (as "Marcel Blanchard"), Earl Montgomery (as "Oudatte"), Ellis Rabb (as "Gen. Koschnadieff"), Reva Rose (as "Rose"), Polly Rowles (as "Claire"), Paul Smith (as "Adonis"), David Thurman (as "Florist Boy"), Sasha von Scherler (as "Yvonne"). Produced by The Playwright's Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard), Gilbert Miller, Lance Hamilton and Charles Russell.

(1959) Stage: Appeared (as "King Sextimus") in "Once Upon a Mattress" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Musical comedy. Book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, Dean Fuller. Music by Mary Rodgers. Lyrics by Marshall Barer. Music orchestrated by Hershy Kay, Arthur Beck, Carroll Huxley. Dance arrangements by Roger Adams. Musical Director: Harold Hastings [credited as Hal Hastings]. Musical Staging by Joe Layton. Directed by George Abbott. Phoenix Theatre (moved to The Alvin Theatre (from 25 Nov 1959-22 Feb 1960, then moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 24 Feb 1960-23 Apr 1960, then moved to The Cort Theatre from 25 Apr 1960-7 May 1960, then moved to The St. James Theatre 9 May 1960-close): 11 May 1959-2 Jul 1960 (244 performances). Cast: Carol Burnett (as "Princess Winnifred, Princess of Farfelot"), Joseph Bova (credited as Joe Bova; as "Prince Dauntless, son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain"), Allen Case (as "Sir Harry, Knight of the Herald"), Anne Jones (as "Lady Larken, a Lady in waiting"), Matt Mattox (as "Jester"), Harry Snow (as "Minstrel, a traveling player"), Robert Weil (as "Wizard"), Jane White (as "The Queen Aggravain"), Dorothy Aull (as "Lady Rowena"), Dorothy D'Honau (as "Lady Dorothy"), Christopher Edwards (as "Sir Christopher"), Luce Ennis (as "Lady Lucille"), Dorothy Frank (as "Lady Dora"), Chris Karner (as "Princess, in the Prologue" / "Lady Mabelle"), Patsi King (as "Lady Merrill"), Jim Maher (as "Prince, in the Prologue"), Tom Mixon (as "Sir Luce"), David Neuman (as "Sir Harold"), Jerry Newby (as "Sir Studley"), Howard Parker (as "Lord Howard"), Julian Patrick (as "Lord Patrick"), Ginny Perlowin (as "The Nightingale of Samarkand, a royal pet"), Dan Resin (as "Sir Daniel"), Mary Stanton (as "Princess Number Twelve"), Gloria Stevens (as "Queen, in the Prologue" / "Lady Beatrice"), Jim Stevenson (as "Sir Steven"). Standby: Will Lee (as "The King Sextimus"). Understudies: Dorothy Aull (as "Princess Winnifred"), Patsi King (as "Queen"), Tom Mixon (as "Prince Dauntless"), Jerry Newby (as "Jester" / "Wizard"), Mary Stanton (as "Lady Larken") and Jim Stevenson (as "Minstrel"). Replacement cast during Phoenix Theatre run: Joseph Carow (as "Sir Joseph"), Patti Karr (as "Lady Rowena"), Will Lee (as "The King Sextimus"), Jean Mattox (as "Lady Dora"), Marjorie Pragon (as "Lady Mabelle" / "Lady Merrill" / "Princess, in the Prologue"), Dan Resin (as "Sir Harry, Knight of the Herald"), Casper Roos (as "Lord Casper"), Anthony Rossi (as "Sir Anthony"), Jack Schwartz (as "Sir Steven"). Understudies: Luce Ennis (as "The Queen Aggravain"), Patti Karr (as "Princess Winnifred"), Casper Roos (as "Sir Harry"), Anthony Rossi (as "Minstrel"), Jack Sydow (as "The King Sextimus" / "Wizard"). Replacement cast during Alvin Theatre run: Anne Fielding (as "Lady Merrill"), Dorothy Frank (as "Lady Beatrice" / "Queen, in the Prologue"), Stuart Hodes (as "Sir Luce"), Peter Holmes (as "Sir Nicholas"), Gene Kelton (as "Lord Howard" / "Prince, in the Prologue"), Cheryl Kilgren (as "Princess Number Twelve"), Jerane Michel (as "Lady Jerane"), Tom Mixon (as "Sir Studley"), Jerry Newby (as "Jester"), Paul Richards (as "Sir Paul"), Gina Viglione (as "The Nightingale of Samarkand, a royal pet"), Ellie Zalon (as "Lady Lucille"). Understudies: Anne Fielding (as "Lady Larken"), Stuart Hodes (as "Jester"), Patti Karr (as "The Queen Aggravain"), Paul Richards (as "Minstrel"), Gina Viglione (as "The Queen Aggravain"). Replacement cast during Cort Theatre run: none known. Replacement cast during St. James Theatre run: Dorothy Aull (as "Lady Rowena"), Edmund Balin (as "Sir Edmund"), John Baylis (as "Sir Luce"), Stuart Hodes (as "Sir Studley"), Beth Howland (as "Lady Beth"), Carla Huston (as "Lady Merrill"), Betty Linton (as "Lady Elizabeth"). Understudies: Dorothy Aull (as "Princess Winnifred"), John Baylis (as "Prince Dauntless"), Carla Huston (as "Lady Larken"). Produced by T. Edward Hambleton, Norris Houghton, William Echart and Jean Eckart.

(1959) Stage: Appeared in "The Tenth Man" on Broadway. Booth Theatre, New York City.

(1962) Stage: Appeared (as "Hysterium, slave to Senex and Domina") in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" on Broadway. Music / lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Based on material by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart. Directed by George Abbott. Alvin Theatre (moved to the Mark Hellinger Theatre on 9 Mar 1964 to 9 May 1964 then moved to The Majestic Theatre on 11 May 1964 to close): 1 May 1962-29 Aug 1964 (964 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Zero Mostel, David Burns (as "Senex"), John Carradine (as "Lycus, a buyer and seller of courtesans"), Brian Davies, Ron Holgate, Ruth Kobart, Preshy Marker, Raymond Walburn (as "Erronius, a citizen of Rome"), Judy Alexander, Lucienne Bridou, David Evans, Lisa James, Roberta Keith, Gloria Kristy, Eddie Phillips, George Reeder, Myrna White. Produced by Harold Prince. NOTES: (1) Filmed as A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) (2) Jack Gilford originated the role of Hysterium in the original Broadway production, recreating the latter in the movie version.

(1966) Stage: Appeared (as "Herr Schultz") in "Cabaret" on Broadway. Musical/drama. Book by Joe Masteroff. Based on the play "I Am a Camera" by John Van Druten. Based on stories by Christopher Isherwood. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by David Baker. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Choreographed by Ronald Field. Directed / produced by Harold Prince. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Imperial Theatre 7 Mar 1967-2 Oct 1968, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 7 Oct 1968-close): 20 Nov 1966-6 Sep 1969 (1165 performances + 21 previews that began on 2 Nov 1966). Cast: Bert Convy (as "Clifford Bradshaw"), Jill Haworth (as "Sally Bowles"), Lotte Lenya (as "Fraulein Schneider"), Joel Grey (as "Master of Ceremonies"), Peg Murray (as "Fraulein Kost"), Edward Winter (as "Ernst Ludwig"), Jere Admire (as "Bobby, Kit Kat Boy"), Barbara Alston (as "Frenchie, Kit Kat Girl"), Ray Baron (as "Bartender"), Bruce Becker (as "German Sailor"), Steven Boockvor (as "German Sailor"), Frank Bouley (as "Maitre D'"), Roger Briant (as "German Sailor"), Kathie Dalton (as "Texas, Kit Kat Girl"), Mary Ehara (as "One of "Two Ladies"), Sol Frieder (as "Herr Erdmann"), Pat Gosling (as "Maria, Kit Kat Girl"), John Herbert (as "Max"), Howard Kahl (as "Custom Official"), Tresha Kelly (as "Telephone Girl"), Mara Landi (as "Frau Wendel"), Miriam Lehmann-Haupt (as "Frau Kruger"), Bert Michaels (as "Victor, Kit Kat Boy"), Eugene Morgan (as "Herr Wendel"), Jayme Mylroie (as "Greta"), Ed Nolfi (as "German Sailor"), Rita O'Connor (as "One of "Two Ladies") Marianne Selbert (as "Fritzie, Kit Kat Girl"), Robert Sharp (as "Felix"), Bonnie Walker (as "Rosie, Kat Girl"), Lynn Winn (as "LuLu, Kit Kit Girl"). Replacement actors during run included: Penny Fuller (as "Sally Bowles") [During vacation], Melissa Hart (as "Sally Bowles") [28 Jul 1969- ?], Ken Kercheval (as "Clifford Bradshaw"), Mara Landi (as "Fraulein Kost") [During vacation]. Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell. NOTE: Filmed as Cabaret (1972).

(1969) Stage: Appeared (as "Erwin Trowbridge") in "Three Men on a Horse" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott (also director). Lyceum Theatre: 16 Oct 1969-10 Jan 1970 (100 performances + 4 previews). Cast: Leon Janney (as "Clarence Dobbins"), Sam Levene (as "Patsy"), Dorothy Loudon, Butterfly McQueen (as "Dora Lee"), Al Nesor, Gloria Bleezarde, Dorothy Chace, Wally Englehardt, Paul Ford (as "Mr. Carver"), Hal Linden (as "Charlie"), Rosemary Prinz, Don Simms, John Svar, D. Brian Wallach. Produced by Ken Gaston, Leonard J. Goldberg and Bud Fillippo. Produced in association with Henry R. Stern. NOTE: Filmed as Three Men on a Horse (1936), Three Men on a Horse (1969), "Broadway Television Theatre: Three Men on a Horse (#1.2)" (1952), "The Prudential Family Playhouse: Three Men on a Horse (#1.4)" (1950), "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: Three Men on a Horse (#5.19)" (1954), "Playhouse 90: Three Men on a Horse (#1.29)" (1957).

(1971) Stage: Appeared (as "Jimmy Smith") in "No, No, Nanette" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Vincent Youmans. Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto A. Harbach. Book by Otto A. Harbach and Frank Mandel. Directed by / Book adapted by Burt Shevelove. Musical Director/ Vocal Arrangements by: Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements by Luther Henderson. Tap Supervisor: Ted Cappy [final Broadway credit]. Incidental music by Luther Henderson. Revival originally conceived for production by Harry Rigby. Musical Staging by / Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Production Manager: May Muth. Production Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Lighting Design by Jules Fisher. Sound Design by Jack Shearing. Principals' Coiffures by Vidal Sassoon. Production Supervised by Busby Berkeley [final Broadway credit]. 46th Street Theatre: 19 Jan 1971-3 Feb 1973 (861 performances + 13 previews). Cast: Helen Gallagher (as "Lucille Early, Billy's Wife"), Ruby Keeler (as "Sue Smith, Jimmy's Wife"), Patsy Kelly (as "Pauline, Cook at the Smiths"), Bobby Van (as "Billy Early, a Lawyer"), Susan Watson, Loni Zoe Ackerman, Pat Lysinger, Roger Rathburn, K.C. Townsend, Bob Becker, John Beecher, Joretta Bohannon, Roger Braun, Marcia Brushingham, Kenneth Carr, Jennie Chandler, Kathy Conry, Christine Cox, Kevin Daly, Ed Dixon, Ellen Elias, Mercedes Ellington, Jon Engstrom, Marian Haraldson, Gregg Harlan, Jamie Haskins, Gwen Hillier, Sayra Hummel, Scott Hunter, Dottie Lester, Cheryl Locke, Joanne Lotsko, Mary Ann Niles (as "Nanette's Friend"), Kate O'Brady, Sue Ohman, Jill Owens, Ken Ploss, John Roach, Linda Rose, Ron Schwinn, Sonja Stuart, Monica Tiller, Pat Trott, Phyllis Wallach. Replacement actors: Benny Baker (as "Jimmy Smith"), Cindi Bulak, Barbara Heuman (as "Nanette"; Broadway debut), Joy Hodges (as "Sue Smith"), Mike Mitchell, Frank Newell (as "Nanette's Friend"), Sandra O'Neill, Shelly Rann (as "Nanette's Friend"), Martha Raye (as "Pauline"), James Robinson, Penny Singleton (as "Sue Smith"; replaced Ruby Keeler), Dana Swenson, Anthony S. Teague. Produced by Pyxidium Ltd.

(1972) Stage: Appeared (as "Willie Clark"; replacement actor) n "The Sunshine Boys" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. All voices and instruments in "Lipton Tea Commerical" by Don Elliott. "Lipton Tea Commercial" arranged by Lee Schumer. Scenic Design by Kert Lundell. Costume Design by Albert Wolsky. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Directed by Alan Arkin. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 30 Oct-1973-to 9 Feb 1974, then moved to The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre from 11 Feb 1974-close): 20 Dec 1972-21 Apr 1974 (538 performances + 2 previews that began on 18 Dec 1972). Cast: Jack Albertson (as "Willie Clark"), Sam Levene (as "Al Lewis"), Lewis J. Stadlen (as "Ben Silverman"), John Batiste (as "Eddie"), Minnie Gentry (as "Registered Nurse"), Lee Meredith (as "Sketch Nurse"), Beatrice Tremaine (as "Television Announcer"; recorded voice only), Joe Young (as "Patient"). Understudies: John Batiste (as "Ben Silverman"), Cynthia Belgrave (as "Registered Nurse"), Clement Fowler (as "Al Lewis"), Darlene Parks (as "Sketch Nurse"), George Rando (as "Eddie" / "Patient"). Replacement actor during Broadhurst Theatre run: Understudy: James Bernardi (as "Eddie" / "Patient"). Replacement actors during Shubert Theatre run: John Batiste (as "Ben Silverman"), Jeremy Stevens (as "Eddie"). Standby: Arny Freeman (as "Willie Clark"). Understudies: James Bernardi (as "Eddie" / "Patient"), Rosetta LeNoire (as "Registered Nurse"), Sandra O'Neil (as "Sketch Nurse"), Jeremy Stevens (as "Ben Silverman"). Replacement actors during Lunt-Fontanne Theare run: Lou Jacobi (as "Al Lewis"), Rosette LeNoir (as "Registered Nurse"). Produced by Emanuel Azenberg and Eugene V. Wolsk. Originally produced by Nancy Enterprises Inc. (Neil Simon). NOTE: Filmed as The Sunshine Boys (1975/I).

(1962). TV commercial: Cracker Jack. NOTE: This was one of the most memorable TV commercials of the early 1960s and continued to run in certain markets for most of the decade.

(1976) Stage: Appeared in "Sly Fox" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Larry Gelbart.

(1981) Stage: Appeared (as "Arnold") in "The Supporting Cast" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by George Furth. Scenic Design by William Ritman. Directed by Gene Saks. Biltmore Theatre: 6 Aug 1981-5 Sep 1981 (36 performances + 8 previews that began on 3 Aug 1981). Cast: Sandy Dennis (as "Sally"), Betty Garrett (as "Mae"), Hope Lange (as "Ellen"), Joyce Van Patten (as "Florrie"). Standbys: Claiborne Cary (as "Ellen" / "Sally"; final Broadway role) and Chevi Colton (as "Florrie/Mae"). Produced by Terry Allen Kramer, James M. Nederlander and 20th Century Fox.

(1982) Stage: Appeared (as "The Melamed, a teacher, "A Tale of Chelm" / "Sholom Aleichem, "The Bandit"" / Bontche Schweig, "Bontche Schweig"" / "Aaron Katz, "The High School"; final Broadway role) in "The World of Sholom Aleichem" on Broadway. Written by Arnold Perl. Incidental music by Stan Free. Music arranged by Earl Shendell. Stage Movement by Pearl Lang. Production Supervised by Larry Arrick. Original production conceived by Arnold Perl and Howard Da Silva. Directed by Milton Moss. Rialto Theatre: 11 Feb 1982-28 Feb 1982 (22 performances + 24 previews that began on 21 Jan 1982). Cast: Sally-Jane Heit (as "The Goatseller, "A Tale of Chelm" / 1st Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / Hannah, Aaron's wife, "The High School"), Mitchell Jason (as "Presiding Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / The Principal, "The High School"), Renée Lippin (as "Rifkele, The Melamed's wife, "A Tale of Chelm" / 4th Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / Aunt Reba, "The High School"), Joe Silver (as "Mendele, The Book Seller / Bandit, "The Bandit"), Robin Bartlett (as "The Angel Rochele, "A Tale of Chelm" / 2nd Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / Woman at the List, "The High School"), Andy Gale (as "3rd Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / 1st Man at the List, "The High School"), Olivia Virgil Harper (as "Defending Angel, "Bontche Schweig"), David Lang (as "Dodi's Friend, "A Tale of Chelm" / 5th Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / Kholyava, "The High School"), Harris Laskawy (as "Rabbi David, "A Tale of Chelm" / Prosecuting Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / Uncle Maxl, "The High School"), Mark Margolis (as "Dodi, "A Tale of Chelm" / 6th Angel, "Bontche Schweig" / The Tutor, "The High School" / Arn Weiner Father Abraham, "Bontche Schweig" / 2nd Man at the List, "The High School"), Brian Zoldessy (as "Moishe, Aaron and Hannah's son, "The High School"; Broadway debut). Standbys: Mark Fleischman (as "2nd Man at the List / 6th Angel / Dodi / Father Abraham / Stranger, The Tutor") and Sherry Lambert (2nd Angel / The Angel Rochele, Woman at the List"). Understudies: Mark Fleischman and Sherry Lambert. Produced by Lee Guber and Madeline Gilford. Associate Producer: Joseph E. Gilford.

(1960's). Intermission P.S.A. for American Library Association & National Book Committee, Early 1960's.

(1985) Stage: Appeared in the musical, "Look to the Rainbow", at the Apollo Theatre in London, England, with Simon Russell Beale, Isabelle Lucas, Mandy More, Barbara Rosenblatt, Michael Cantwell and John Chester in the cast .

(May 2, 1983) He performed in the revue, "Parade of Stars," at the Palace Theatre on Broadway in New York CIty, New York for the Actors' Fund Benefit with Eddie Albert, Debbie Allen, Edward Asner, Lauren Bacall, Harry Belafonte, Milton Berle, George Burns, David Cassidy, Dick Cavett, Carol Channing, Pam Dawber, Sandy Duncan, Bonnie Franklin, Gregory Hines, Ann Jillian, Larry Kert, Richard Kiley, Jack Klugman, Linda Lavin, Michele Lee, Rich Little, Dorothy Loudon, Lee Meredith, Jeanne Moreau, Ann Reinking, Dinah Shore, Jean Stapleton, Gwen Verndon, Fred Waring, James Whitmore, Shelley Winters, and MIchael York in the cast. Hildy Parks was the writer. John Kander and Fred Ebb were composers. Michael Frayn wrote the book. Robert Randolph was set designer. Alvin Colt was costume designer. Elliott Lawrence was musical director. Albert Stephenson was special musical stager. Clark Jones was director. Alexander H. Cohen was producer.

(1965) He acted and directed Stephen Sondheim's musical, "A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to the Forum," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Dom Deluise in the cast.

(1974) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "The Sunshine Boys," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Lou Jacobi, Lee Meredith and Jeremy Stevens in the cast. James Bernardi was director.

(September 1974) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "The Sunshine Boys," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Lou Jacobi in the cast.


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