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(????-1982) Until the exhibit's restoration in 1982, his recorded voice was heard as the narrator in the famous Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta in Atlanta, GA. This came about because of Jory's appearance as Jonas Wilkerson, the overseer, in Gone with the Wind (1939). In 1982 his recording was replaced by one featuring the voice of James Earl Jones.

(1920s-30s) Stage: Appeared (as "Alessandro") in several versions of "Ramona", the official California state outdoor play, in Hemet.

(1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Henry VIII") in "King Henry VIII" on Broadway. Historical drama (revival/played in repertory with "What Every Woman Knows", "John Gabriel Borkman", "A Pound on Demand" "Androcles and the Lion"). Written by William Shakespeare. Choreographed by Felicia Sorel. Scenic Design / Costume Design by David Ffolkes. Directed by Margaret Webster. International Theatre: 6 Nov 1946-21 Feb 1947 (40 performances). Cast: Don Allen (as "Ensemble"), Emery Battis (as "Sir Thomas Lovell"), John Becher (as "Lord Sands"), John Behney (as "Ensemble"), Philip Bourneuf (as "The Prologue" / "First Chronicler"), Angus Cairns (as "Lord Chamberlain"), Michel Corhan (as "Ensemble"), Will Davis (as "Ensemble"), June Duprez (as "Ann Bullen"), Marion Evenson (as "Patience"), Thomas Grace (as "Ensemble"), Raymond Greenleaf (as "Duke of Norfolk"), Walter Hampden (as "Cardinal Wolsey"), Bart Henderson (as "Ensemble"), Cavada Humphrey (as "Ensemble"), Frederic Hunter (as "Ensemble"), Anne Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Keegan (as "Sir Harry Guildford" / "Garter King of Arms"), Donald Keyes (as "Sir Nicholas Vaux" / "Griffith"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Katherine of Aragon"), Robert Leser (as "Ensemble"), Gerald McCormack (as "Ensemble"), Mary Alice Moore (as "Duchess of Norfolk" / "Ensemble"), Ruth Neal (as "Lady in Waiting to Katherine" / "Ensemble"), Walter Neal (as "Ensemble"), James Rafferty (as "Ensemble"), Robert Rawlings (as "Lord Abergavenny" / "A Messenger"), John Straub (as "Cardinal Campeius"), Eugene Stuckmann (as "Second Chronicler" / "Capucius"), Theodore Tenley (as "Archbishop of Canterbury" / "Ensemble"), Eli Wallach (as "Cromwell"), Richard Waring (as "Duke of Buckingham"), Margaret Webster (as "An Old Lady"), William Windom (as "Sergeant of the Guard" / "Earl of Surrey"), Ed Woodhead (as "Surveyor" / "Ensemble"), Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (as "Duke of Suffolk"). Produced by The American Repertory Theatre.

(1944-45) Radio: Star of the CBS Radio anthology series "Dangerously Yours" (later "Matinee Theater").

Narrated several children's records, including condensed 45 RPM versions of "Peter and the Wolf" and the "Nutcracker Suite".

(1947). Stage: Appeared (as "James Carroll") in "Yellow Jack" on Broadway. Historical drama (revival). Written by Sidney Howard. Written in collaboration with Paul De Kruif. Music arranged by Lehman Engel. Directed by Martin Ritt. International Theatre: 27 Feb 1947-15 Mar 1947 (21 performances). Cast: Don Allen, Emery Battis, John C. Becher, John Behney, Philip Bourneuf (as "Dr. Carlos Finlay"), Angus Cairns, Michel Corhan, Will Davis, Thomas Grace, Raymond Greenleaf, Bart Henderson, Fred Hunter, Anne Jackson (as "Miss Blake, Special Nurse in Charge of the Yellow Fever Ward"), Arthur Keegan, Donald Keyes, Robert Leser, Gerald McCormack, Walter Neal, James Rafferty, Robert Rawlings, Alfred Ryder, John Straub, Eugene Stuckmann (as "William Crawford Gorgas"), Eli Wallach (as "Busch, Private, M.C., U.S.A"), William Windom (as "McClelland, Private, M.C., U.S.A"), Ed Woodhead, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (as "Aristides Agramonte"). Produced by The American Repertory Theatre.

(1946) Stage: Appeared in "John Gabriel Borkman" by Henrik Ibsen on Broadway, at the American Conservatory Theater.

(1944) Stage: Appeared (as "Geoffrey") in "The Two Mrs. Carrolls" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Martin Vale. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Costume Design by Grace Houston. Directed by Reginald Denham. Booth Theatre: 14 Aug 1944-3 Feb 1945 (585 performances). Cast: Elisabeth Bergner (as "Sally"), Vera Allen (as "Harriet"), Stiano Braggiotti (as "Pennington"), Michelette Burani (as "Clemence"), Margery Maude (as "Mrs. Latham"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Tuttle"), 'Irene Worth (I)' (as "Cecily Harden"). Produced by Robert Reud and Paul Czinner.

(8/26/65) Appeared in the television special "Hollywood Traveling Stars" hosted by Bill Burrud. Also appearing were Gypsy Rose Lee, Ken Murray and Lloyd Nolan.

(1976) Stage: Appeared in Gore Vidal's "The Best Man", Cape Playhouse, Dennis, MA.

(1958) Stage: Appeared in Kyle Crichton's "The Happiest Millionaire", Cape Playhouse, Dennis, MA.

(1929) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Berkeley Square" on Broadway.

(1930) Stage: Appeared in "Louder, Please" by Norman Krasna, Los Angeles, CA.

(1946) Stage: Appeared in "Therese" on Broadway.

(1954) He acted in Sam and Bella Spewack's play, "My Three Angels," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.

(August 1958) He acted in Kyle Crichton's play, "The Happiest Millionaire," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.

(July 1976) He acted in Gore Vidal's play, "The Best Man," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Don Porter and Scott McKay in the cast.

(February 5 to 26, 1970) He played Big Daddy and directed Tennessee Williams' play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Peggy Cowles (Margaret); Ken Jenkins (Brick); Adale O'Brien (Mae); Paul Villani (Gooper); Jean Inness (Big Mama); Christopher Murney (Reverend Tooker); George Ede (Doctor Baugh); Lucy Welch (Dixie); William Hastings (Buster); Kathryn Hastings (Trixie) and Gale Pohl (Polly); in the cast.

(March 5 to 25, 1970) He played Jeeter Lester in Erskine Caldwell's adaptation of Jack Kirkland's novel, "Tobacco Road," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Christopher Murney (Dude Lester); Leora Dana (Ada Lester); Peggy Cowles (Ellie May); Susan Cardwell Kingsley (Grandma Lester); Paul Villani (Lov Bensey); Jim Ryan (Henry Peabody); Adale O'Brien (Sister Bessie); Lee Anne Fahey (Pearl); Ken Jenkins (Captain Tim) and George Ede (George Payne) in the cast. Erskine Caldwell was adapter. Jon Jory was director.

(November 12 to December 6, 1970) He played the Stage Manager in Thornton Wilder's play, "Our Town," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with George Ede (Dr. Gibbs); Philip Dunn (Joe Crowell); Christopher Murney (Howie Newsome); Jean Inness (Mrs. Gibbs); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Webb); Roger Miller (George Gibbs); Martha La Follette (Rebecca Gibbs); Glenn Newland (Wally Webb); Lee Anne Fahey (Emily Webb); Paul Villani (Professor Willard); Ken Jenkins (Mr. Webb); Stanley Anderson (Simon Stimson); Judith Long (Mrs. Soames); Sandy McCallum (Constable Warren); Hank Stewart (Si Cowell); Max Wright (Joe Stoddard); Nan Withers (Elizabeth Craig); Kaye, Walter Fish and Garnett (Townspeople) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(December 10, 1970 to January 3, 1971) He acted in James Thurber's play, "A Thurber Carnival," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Hugh Alexander, Peggy Cowles, George Ede, Lee Anne Fahey, Jean Inness, Patricia McAney, Sandy McCallum, Nan Withers and Max Wright in the cast. Sue Lawless was director.

(March 8 to April 9, 1972) He directed and played Joseph in Sam and Bella Spewack's play, "My Three Angels," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with George Cavey (Felix Ducotel); Dale Carter Cooper (Emilie Ducotel); Judith Long (Marie Louise Ducotel); Adale O'Brien (Mme. Parole); Sandy McCallum (Jules); Christopher Murney (Alfred); Stanley Anderson (Henri Trochard); Max Wright (Paul) and Roger Miller (Lieutenant) in the cast.

(April 12 to May 14, 1972) He played Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jean Inness (Linda); Christopher Murney (Happy); Joe Hindy (Biff); Roger Miller (Bernard); Adale O'Brien (The Woman); Sandy McCallum (Charley); Stanley Anderson (Uncle Ben); Max Wright (Howard Wagner); Carolyn Clowes (Jenny/Letta); Charles Traeger (Stanley); and Eileen Pollack (Miss Forsythe) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(October 19 to November 12, 1972) He played Sir Thomas More in Robert Bolt's play, "A Man for All Seasons," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Max Gulack (The Common Man); Patrick Gorman (Master Richard Rich); Sandy McCallum (The Duke of Norfolk); Angela Wood (Lady Alice More); Fran Brill (Lady Margaret More); John Wylie (Cardinal Wolsey, Thomas Cranmer); Stephen Pearlman (Thomas Cromwell); Michael McCarty (Signor Chapuys); Terry Hamilton (Chapuys' Attendant); Bruce Weitz (William Roper); Max Howard (King Henry the Eighth) and Thelma Carter (A Woman) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(November 16 to December 10, 1972) He directed and played Henderson in George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's play, "You Can't Take It With You," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jean Inness (Penelope Vanderhof Sycamore); Fran Brill (Essie, her daughter); Thelma Carter (Rheba, the maid); Max Gulack (Paul, Penny's husband); Leslie Barrett (Mr. DePinna, Paul's partner); Michael McCarty (Ed, Essie's husband); Nathan Cook (Donald); Sandy McCallum (Grandpa Martin Vanderhof); Lee Anne Fahey (Alice, Penny's daughter); Max Howard (Tony Kirby); Patrick Gorman (Boris Kolenkhov); Angela Wood (Gay Wellington, Grand Duchess Olga Katrina); John Wylie (Mr. Kirby); Dale Carter Cooper (Mrs. Kirby); Charles Traeger (A Man); Diane Lander (A Woman); Kim Frees (Another Man); in the cast.

(September 27 to October 27, 1973) He played James Tyrone in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Long Day's Journey Into Night," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jean Inness (Mary Cavan Tyrone); Tom Atkins (James Tyrone); Michael Gross (Edmund Tyrone); and Leta Anderson (Cathleen) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(December 2, 1974 to January 5, 1975) He played Vassily Vassilitch in Anton Chekhov's play, "Swan Song," in a Stages (three one act plays) production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (Nikita Ivanitch) in the cast. Jon Jory was artistic director.

(March 11 to April 4, 1976) He played Colonel J.C. Kinkaid in Preston Jones' play, "The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with John Hancock (Ramsey-eyes); Bob Burrus (Rufe Phelps); Ray Fry (Olin Potts); Barry Corbin (Red Grover); John H. Fields (L.D. Alexander); Michael Kevin (Skip Hampton); Peter Silbert (Lonnie Roy McNeil) and Michael Gross (Milo Crawford) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(October 7 to 31, 1976) He played Arthur Hockstader in Gore Vidal's play, "The Best Man," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with William McNulty (Dick Jensen); Michael Kevin (Aide to Dick Jensen); William Cain (William Russell); Harry Groener (First Reporter); Hal Tenny (Second Reporter); Ardeth Pappas (Third Reporter); Marji Dodrill (Alice Russell); Ruth Maynard (Mrs. Gamadge); Adale O'Brien (Mabel Cantwell); Daniel Hugh-Kelly (Bill Blades); John Newton (Joseph Cantwell); John H. Fields (Senator Carlin); Ray Fry (Dr. Artinian) and Jim Baker (Sheldon Marcus) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(January 26 to February 19, 1978) He played Walter Burns in Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur's play, "The Front Page," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with David Lancaster (Wilson); William McNulty (Endicott); Barry Corbin (Murphy); Patrick Tovatt (McCue); Bob Burrus (Schwartz); Howard Lee Sherman (Kruger); Ray Fry (Bensinger); Dawn Didawick (Mrs. Schlosser); Jesse Caldwell (Woodenshoes Eichorn); Michael Kevin (Diamond Louis); David Leary (Hildy Johnson); Susan Berger (Jennie); Adale O'Brien (Mollie Malloy); John H. Fields (Sheriff Hartman); Jeanne Cullen (Peggy Grant); Anne Pitoniak (Mrs. Grant); Jim Baker (The Mayor); Gian Paul Morelli (Mr. Pincus) and Brian Lynner (Earl Williams) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(March 1 to 25, 1979) He played Sasha Sminoff in John Murray and Allen Boretz's play, "Room Service," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Patrick Tovatt (Gordon Miller); Bob Burrus (Joseph Gribble); Jim Bakers (Harry Binion); William McNulty (Faker Enguld); Adale O'Brien (Christine Marlowe); John Pielmeier (Leo Davis); Meredith Ludwig (Hilda Manney); Michael Kevin (Gregory Wagner); Peter Bartlett (Simon Jenkins); Susan Berger (Kathleen Hogarth); Barry Corbin (Dr. Glass, Senator Blake) and Roy Cockrum (Bank Messenger) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(January 3 to 27, 1980) He played Kit Carson in William Saroyan's play, "The Time of Your Life," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Richard Fitch (Sailor, Cop); David O. Petersen (Drunkard, A Society Gentleman); Gene O'Neill (Willie); Michael Kevin (Joe); Pat McNamara (Nick); William McNulty (Tom); Jack McClure (Dudley); Deanna Dunagan (Kitty Duval); Guy Paul (Harry); Peter Ekstrom (Wesley); Anne Pitoniak (Lorene, A Society Lady); Michael McCarty (Blick); Ray Fry (Arab); Adale O'Brien (Killer, Mary L); Alan Duke (Krupp); Dierk Toporzysek (McCarthy); Cynthia Judge (Elsie) and Nona Waldeck (Side Kick) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

(January 29 to February 22, 1981) He directed Ernest Thompson's play, "On Golden Pond," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (Norman Thayer, Jr.); Anne Pitoniak (Ethel Thayer); William McNulty (Charlie Martin); Adale O'Brien (Chelsea Thayer Wayne); Shannon Ragland (Billy Ray) and Michael Kevin (Bill Ray) in the cast.


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