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  • (1958) Print ad: Smirnoff vodka
  • CD: "Benny Goodman: More Greatest Hits"
  • CD: "Benny Goodman: The Very Best of Benny Goodman"
  • CD: "Benny Goodman: Greatest Hits Series"
  • (1930) Stage: Appeared in "Strike Up the Band" on Broadway.
  • (1939) Stage: Appeared in "Swingin' The Dream" on Broadway.
  • (1944) Stage: Appeared in "Seven Lively Arts" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music / lyrics by Cole Porter. Beatrice Lillie's sketches by Moss Hart. Book by George S. Kaufman and Ben Hecht. Ballet music by Igor Stravinsky. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett, Ted Royal. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes [final Broadway credit]. Costume Design by Mary Grant. Modern gowns by Valentina. Lighting Design by Hassard Short (also director). Associate Prod. Design: Albert A. Ostrander. Assistant to Hassard Short: William Strahlman. Ziegfeld Theatre: 7 Dec 1944-12 May 1945 (183 performances). Cast: Anton Dolin, Benny Goodman (as "Billy Rose Buys the Metropolitan Opera House!" Performer), Bert Lahr (as "The Stagehand" / "Local Boy Makes Good" / "Fragonard in Pink" / "Only Another Boy and Girl" / "Drink" Singer / "The Patient" / "The Great Man Speaks" / "Mr. Clarence Day" / "Heaven on Angel Street"), Beatrice Lillie, Alicia Markova, Robert Austin, Franca Baldwin, Paula Bane, Truly Barbara, Virginia Barnes, Michael Barrett, Johnsie Bason, John Beggs, Susan Blanchard, Phyllis Brown, Charlotte Bruce, Angelina Buttignol, Albert Carroll, Irene Carroll, Sonny Cavell, Jean Colleran, Evangeline Collis, Margaretta De Valera, Nina Dean, Bettye Durrence, Paddy Ellerton, Rose Marie Elliott, Paul Fairleigh, Adriana Favaloro, Morey Feld, Louise Ferrand, Jerry Florio, Helen Gallagher, Arlene Garver, Mimi Gomber, Dolores Gray (as "Wow-ohh-wolf!" Singer / "Hence It Don't Make Sense" Singer / "Movie Actress" / 'Big Town" / "Is It The Girl?" Singer), Alan Grossman, Edward Hackett, Jean Harris, Vincent Henry, Robert Herring, Alma Holt, Raynor Howell, Stella Hughes, Ray Johnson, Jim Kane, Harriet Katzman, Thomas Kenny, Robert Kimberly, Savona King, Mary Ann Krejci, Barry Laffin, Lee Lauterbur, Constance Love, Ethel Madson, Richard Martin, John Mathews, Viki Maulsby, Jere McMahon, Gayle Mellott, Buddy Millard, Dickie Millard, Marty Miller, Helen Molveau, Dennie Moore (as "Lady Carleton" / "There'll Always Be An England" / "Mrs. Day" / "Heaven on Angel Street"), Louise Newton, Red Norvo (as "Billy Rose Buys the Metropolitan Opera House!" Performer), Paul Olson, Richmond Page, Michael Pober, Mary Roche, Bettina Rosay, King Ross, Lester Russon, Allen Sharp, Gwen Shirey, Cissy Smith, Adrian Storms, Bill Tabbert, Gordon Taylor, Temple Texas, William Utely, Martha Emma Watson, Sid Weiss, Teddy Wilson, Billie Worth, Nan Wynn [Broadway debut]. Produced by Billy Rose.
  • (1958) Stage: Wrote special arrangements for "The World of Suzie Wong" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Paul Osborn. Based on the novel by Richard Mason. "How Can You Forget?" by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Dorothy Jeakins. Paintings by Wade Reynolds. Directed by Joshua Logan. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The 54th Street Theatre from 9 Nov 1959-2 Jan 1960): 14 Oct 1958-2 Jan 1960 (508 performances). Cast: France Nuyen (as "Suzie Wong"), Ron Randell, William Shatner (as "Robert Lomax"), Stephen Cheng, Noel Leslie (as "George O'Neill"), Viraj Amonsin, Clifford Arashi, William Becker, Jorge Benhur, Kurt Bieber, Meiyu Chang, Stephen Cheng, Ellen Davalos, Derrick Dobb, Tracy Everitt, Ed Garrabrandt, Bill Harden, Karl Held, David Hill, Linda Ho, Ichisuki Ishikawa, Bill Jason, Flavia Hsu Kingman, David Kitchen, Tinya Lang Yun, Jerry Logas, Jin Jin Mai, John Mamo, Marc Marno, Sarah Marshall, Mary Mon Toy, Ted Morell, Richard Nieves, Ron Randell, Warren Robertson, Tsunao Sato, Sirat, Paul Smith, Fred Starbuck, Takayo, Hokon T'ang, Sufei T'ang, Vie Von Thom, Neil Vipond, Kathleen Widdoes. Produced by David Merrick, Seven Arts Productions and Mansfield Prods. NOTE: Filmed as The World of Suzie Wong (1960).
  • (1975) Stage: Appeared in "Bette Midler's Clams on the Half Shell Revue". Musical revue.
  • (7/15/51) Radio: Appeared on "The Peggy Lee Show".

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