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(1948). Stage Play: The Madwoman of Chaillot. Comedy. Written by Jean Giraudoux. Book adapted by Maurice Valency. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Royale Theatre from 22 Aug 1949- close): 27 Dec 1948- 7 Jan 1950 (368 performances). Cast: Martita Hunt, John Beahan, Maurice Brenner, Millicent Brower, Paul Byron, John Carradine, William Chambers, Leora Dana, Clarence Derwent (as "The President/One of the Presidents"), Sandro Giglio, Harold Grau, Jonathan Harris, LeRoi Operti (as "The Baron"), Barbara Pond, Doris Rich, Ralph Roberts, Richard Sanders, Alan Shayne, Ralph Smiley, Archie Smith, Gilbert Smith, Vladimir Sokoloff, Sonia Sorel, James Westerfield, Nydia Westman (as "Mlle. Gabrielle, Madwoman of St. Sulpice"), Estelle Winwood. Replacement actors [during Belasco Theatre run]: Jacques Aubuchon (as "One of the Press Agents/The Sewer-Man"), Paul Byron (as "One of the Prospectors"), Jonathan Harris (as "The President"), Kermit Kegley (as "One of the Press Agents"), Ralph Roberts (as "One of the Press Agents"), Fay Roope (as "The Broker"), Archie Smith (as "The Deaf Mute"), Louis Sorin (as "The Prospector"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Note: Filmed by Commonwealth United Entertainment [distributed by Warner Bros.] as The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969).

(1953) Stage: Appeared (as "Oleander") in "Hazel Flagg" on Broadway. Musical satire/comedy. Book by Ben Hecht. Music by Jule Styne (also producer). Lyrics by Bob Hilliard. Based on a story by James Street. Based on the film Nothing Sacred (1937) by Ben Hecht. Musical Director: Pem Davenport. Choral arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Ballet arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Assistant to Mr. Martin: Buster Davis. Additional orchestrations by Jack Mason and Joe Glover. Musical Staging by 'Robert Alton (I)'. Assistant Director: Paul Lammers. Directed by David Alexander. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 11 Feb 1953-19 Sep 1953 (190 performances). Cast: Helen Gallagher (as "Hazel Flagg"), John Howard, Thomas Mitchell (as "Dr. Downer"), Benay Venuta, Jack Whiting, John Brascia, Ross Martin (as "Dr. Egelhofer"; Broadway debut), Sheree North (as "Whitey"; Broadway debut), John Pelletti, Estelle Aza, John Bartis, Christopher Brown, Dean Campbell, Chris Carter, David Carter, Ronald Cecill, Jerry Craig, Al Craine, Don Crichton, Bob Davis, Sara Dillon, Marcella Dodge, Lillian Donau, Anna Friedland, Mary Harmon, Carol Hendricks, Ruby Herndon, Bill Heyer, Betsy Holland, Dossie Hollongsworth, Lori Jon, B.J. Keating, Hugh Lambert, Gerard Leavitt, Robert Lenn, Dorothy Love, Sherry McCutcheon, Beverly McFadden, Betty McMillen, Barbara Michaels, Judy Miller, Joan Morton, Margot Myers, Virginia Poe, Eva Ralf, David Randall, George Reeder, Eric Schepard, Laurel Shelby, Michael Spaeth, Beryl Towbin, Lawrence Weber, Toni Wheelis. Produced in association with Anthony B. Farrell.

(????) Television: Guested on the game show "Lucky Pair" hosted by Richard Dawson, with Mary Ann Mobley.

(1942) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Heart of a City" on Broadway.


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