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(1936- 1972). Active on Broadway [sometimes credited as William Lee] in the following productions:

(1935). Stage Play: The Young Go First. Comedy. Written by Peter Martin, George Scudder and Charles Friedman. Directed by Alfred Saxe and Elia Kazan. Park Theatre: 28 May 1935- Jul 1935 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Roger Anderson (as "Clifford Stedman"), Jack Arnold (as "Orderly"), Perry Bruskin (as "Giuseppe Calderone") [Broadway debut], Curtis Conwaye (as "Edmund Burke O'Leary"), Paul Enders (as "Sergant Thrush"), Catherine Engels (as "Mrs. Ruth Kent Menzies"), Mitchell Grayson (as "Lieutenant Mullins"), Jean Harper (as "Robin Stedman"), Roslyn Harvey (as "Miss Ferris"), Greta Karnot (as "Polly"), Stephen Karnot (as "Christy Stark"), David Kerman (as "Frank Clark"), Will Lee (as "Beebie Menucci") [Broadway debut], Joseph Lerner (as "Colonel Hager"), Harry J. Lessin (as "Lempi Sawicki"), Joan Madison (as "Florence Stedman"), Edward Mann (as "Jeff Patten"), George Park (as "Dizzy Scanlon"), Rhoda Rammelkamp (as "Mrs. Stedman"), Nik Ray (as "Glenn Campbell"), Earl Robinson (as "Paul Crosby"), Philip Robinson (as "Captain Hood"), Ben Ross (as "Hymie Kucher"). Produced by The Theatre of Action.

(1936). Stage Play: The Great Catherine/The Miser/Snickering Horses [joint production]. Scenic Design by Samuel Leve. Experimental Theatre: 13 May 1936- May 1936 (closing date unknown/3 performances). The Great Catherine: Written by George Bernard Shaw. Incidental music by Earl Robinson and M.I. Arnheim. Directed by Alfred Saxe and Brett Warren. Cast: Elliot Beeman (as "Courtier"), Ann Goldfarb (as "Courtier"), Bella Gould (as "Manicurist"), Elizabeth Guise (as "Slipper Maid"), Roslyn Harvey (as "Varenka"), George Hass (as "Courtier"), David Kerman (as "Potiomkin"), Lucy Kikoler (as "Courtier"), Jane Kim (as "Dashkoff"), Harry Lessin (as "Manicurist"), Yisrol Libman (as "Edstaston"), Nathan Malkin (as "Courtier"), Max Manes (as "Soldier"), Bert Norton (as "Courtier"), Eda Reis (as "Catherine"), Gregory Robins (as "Sergeant"), Vincenzo Rocco (as "Courtier"), Manuel Rothstein (as "Soldier"), Robert Saidler (as "Courtier"), Vito Scozzari (as "Page"), Nella Seymour (as "Slipper Maid"), Paul Stein (as "Maryshkin"). The Miser: Written by Molière. Book adapted by Alfred Saxe. Directed by Alfred Saxe and Peter Hyun. Cast: Perry Bruskin (as "La Fleche"), Curt Conway (as "Valere"), Virginia Devetzko (as "Frosine"), Anne Gold (as "La Merluche"), Will Lee [credited as William Lee] (as "Harpagon"), Ben Ross (as "Maitre Jacques"), Vito Scozzari (as "Brindavoine"). Snickering Horses: Written by Molière. Book adapted by Alfred Saxe. Directed by Maurice Clark. Cast: William Atlee (as "Worker, 1936"), Elliot Beeman (as "Worker, 1917/Young Worker, 1936"), John Berry (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Charles Bronson [not Charles Bronson of films] (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Perry Bruskin (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Ashley Buck (as "Corporal"), John Crotty (as "Veteran"), Robert Crozier (as "Professor"), Virginia Devetzko (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Muni Diamond (as "Bob Leslie"), Mary George (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Ann Goldfarb (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Harry Golson (as "Mr. Fullerton"), Bella Gould (as "Young Worker, 1936"), George Hass (as "Worker, 1936/Young Worker, 1936"), Lucy Kikoler (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Mary Kukawski (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Richard Le Monier (as "Veteran"), Harry Lessin (as "Veteran"), Nathan Malkin (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Bert Norton (as "Orderly"), Lester Palmer (as "Worker, 1936/Young Worker, 1936"), Charles Peyton (as "Rev. Tucker"), Oliver Putnam (as "Judge"), Clarence Redd (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Earl Robinson (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Vincenzo Rocco (as "Red Cross Man"), Ben Ross (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Manuel Rothstein (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Robert Saidler (as "Veteran/Young Worker, 1936"), Daniel Sayer (as "Young Worker, 1936"), Joyce Weaver (as "Mrs. Terrace"), Milton Williams (as "Worker, 1917/Young Worker, 1936"), Anne Zolna (as "Young Worker, 1936"). Produced by One-Act Experimental Theatre of the Federal Theatre Project of the WPA and Federal Theatre Project of The WPA.

(1936). Stage Play: Triple-A Plowed Under. Special production. News sketches written by 70 news reporters under the supervision of Morris Watson and Howard Cushman. Dramatized by 15 dramatists including Arthur Arent. Incidental music by Lee Wainer. Production Supervised by Ned Glass and John Brennan. Directed by H. Gordon Graham. Biltmore Theatre: 14 Mar 1936- May 1936 (closing date unknown/85 performances). Cast: James Brandleigh (as "Police Lieutenant"), Jane Johnson (as "Mrs. Sherwood"), Will Lee (as "Ensemble"), William Randolph (as "Narrator"). Produced by Living Newspaper Unit of the Federal Theatre Project of the WPA.

(1936). Stage Play: Johnny Johnson. Musical comedy. Written by Paul Green. Music by Kurt Weill. Musical Direction by Lehman Engel. Directed by Lee Strasberg. 44th Street Theatre: 19 Nov 1936- 16 Jan 1937 (68 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "English Sergeant"), Peter Ainsley, Kate Allen, James Blake, Roman Bohnen (as "Grandpa Joe"), Phoebe Brand, Grover Burgess, Jean Burton, Morris Carnovsky (as "Chief of the Allied High Command"), William Challee (as "Private Fairfax"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Dr. McBray"), Russell Collins (as "Johnny Johnson"), Curt Conway (as "Boy/Private Patrick O'Day"), John Garfield [credited as Jules Garfield] (as "Johann Lang"), Judson Hall (as "British Soldier/Soldier), Orin Jannings (as "His Majesty, The King") [Broadway debut], Robert Joseph (as "Brother Jim"), Elia Kazan (as "Private Kearns" and "Dr. Frewd"), Thomas C. Kennedy, Tony Kraber, Will Lee (as " Photographer, Pvt Goldberger], Bob Lewis, Paul Mann, Sanford Meisner (as "Captain Valentine"), Paula Miller, John Most, Ruth Nelson, Joseph Pevney (as "West Point Lieutenant"), Herbert Ratner, Eddie Ryan, Jack Saltzman, Alfred Saxe, Susanna Senior, Art Smith, Eunice Stoddard, Albert Dekker [credited as Albert Van Dekker] (as "Corporal George"). Produced by The Group Theatre.

(1942). Stage Play: The Strings, My Lord, Are False. Drama. Written by Paul Vincent Carroll. Directed by Elia Kazan. Royale Theatre: 19 May 1942- 30 May 1942 (15 performances). Cast: Frances Bavier (as "Sarah"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Jerry Hoare"), Ralph Cullinan (as "Alec"), Constance Dowling (as "Maisie Gillespie "), Reynolds Evans (as "Monsignor Skinner"), Ruth Gordon (as "Iris Ryan"), Margot Grahame (as "Sadie O'Neill"), Walter Hampden (as "Canon Courtenay"), Hurd Hatfield (as "Religious Man"), Colin Keith-Johnston, Will Lee (as "Louis Liebens"), Sherman MacGregor, Alice MacKenzie, John McKee, Anna Minot, Gordon Nelson, Hale Norcross (as "Provost Grahamson"), Joan H. Shepard, Art Smith, Tom Tully, Ruth Vivian (as "Ma Morrisey"), Anna Minot Warren. Produced by Edward Choate. Produced in association with Alexander Kirkland and John R. Sheppard Jr.

(1948). Stage Play: Strange Bedfellows. Comedy. Written by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Benno Schneider. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Directed by Benno Schneider. Morosco Theatre: 14 Jan 1948- 31 Jul 1948 (229 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman (as "Mrs. Gimble"), Ruth Amos (as "Julia Cromwell"), John Archer (as "Matthew Cromwell"), Leta Bonynge (as "Beulah"), Robin Craven (as "Gifford Hampton"), Stephanie Foster (as "Opal"), Michael Hall (as "Vincent Pemberton"), Mary Kay Jones (as "Lillian Hampton"), Will Lee [credited as William Lee] (as "Mayor Ambrose Tibbett"), Ruth Miles (as "Birdie"), Billy Nevard (as "Nickey"), Carl Benton Reid (as "Senator William Cromwell"), Doris Rich (as "Mrs. Tillie Sparker"), Joan Tetzel (as "Clarissa Blynn Cromwell"), Ann Thompson (as "Zita"), Marion Weeks (as "Mrs. Worley"), Nydia Westman (as "Addie Cromwell Hampton"), Tom Chung Yun (as "Ling"). Produced by Philip A. Waxman.

(1942). Stage Play: Lilly Of The Valley. Written by Ben Hecht. Directed by Ben Hecht. Windsor Theatre: 26 Jan 1942- 31 Jan 1942 (8 performances). Cast: Katharine Bard (as "Frances"), Clay Clement (as "Lt. Balboa"), Edmund Dorsey (as "Smaley"), Minnie Dupree (as "Emma Jolonick"), David Hoffman (as "Willie"), Eugene Keith (as "Mr. Whittleson"), David Kerman (as "Butch"), Will Lee (as "Joe"), Paul R. Lipson (as "Man"), Charles Mendick (as "Beitler"), Grania O'Malley (as "Annie"), Joseph Pevney, John Philliber (as "Bum"), Sig Ruman, John Shellie (as "Mike"), Alison Skipworth (as "Mag") [final Broadway role], Richard Taber (as "Blakie Gagin"). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1940). Stage Play: Night Music. Drama. Written by Clifford Odets. Incidental music by Hanns Eisler. Scenic Design by Mordecai Gorelik. Lighting Design by Michael Gordon. Directed by Harold Clurman. Broadhurst Theatre: 22 Feb 1940- 9 Mar 1940 (20 performances). Cast: Katherine Allen (as "Lily"), Roman Bohnen (as "Mr. George"), Harry Morgan [credited as Harry Bratsburg] (as "Sailor"), Phil Brown (as "Roy"), 'Morris Carnovsky' (as "A.L. Rosenberger"), Nicholas Conte (as "Ensemble"), Bert Conway (as "Attendant/Ensemble"), 'Harry M. Cooke' (as "Stagehand/Mr. Nichols"), Clancy Cooper (as "Murph/Ensemble"), Walter Coy (as "Eddie Bellows"), Bette Grayson (as "Ensemble"), William Hansen Little Man"), Elia Kazan (as "Steve Takis"), Tony Kraber (as "Ensemble"), Will Lee (as "Waiter"), Philip Loeb (as "Al"), Sanford Meisner (as "Gus-the-Hurrying Salesman/Mr. Gilbert"), Charles Mendick (as "Marty"), Ruth Nelson (as "Dot"), Florence Odets (as "Ensemble"), David Opatoshu (as "Sleeping Man/Blind Man"), Lydia Perera (as "Ensemble"), Lou Polan (as "Teddy"), John Rustad (as "Policeman"), Art Smith (as "Mr. Tucker"), John Stearns (as "Arnold/Ensemble"), Virginia Stevens (as "Mrs. Scott"), Fred Stewart (as "Drunken Man/Ensemble"), Charles Thompson (as "Beggar/Ensemble"), Tom Tully (as "Lieutenant"), Jane Wyatt (as "Fay Tucker"). Produced by The Group Theatre.

(1937). Stage Play: Golden Boy. Drama. Written by Clifford Odets. Stage Manager: Alan Woolfson. Assistant Stage Manager: Martin Ritt and Bert Conway. Directed by Harold Clurman. Belasco Theatre: 4 Nov 1937- Jun 1938 (closing date unknown/250 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Joe Bonaparte"), Roman Bohnen (as "Tom Moody"), Phoebe Brand (as "Anna"), Harry Bratsburg, Morris Carnovsky (as "Mr. Bonaparte"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Mr. Carp"), Bert Conway, Charles Crisp, Howard Da Silva (as "Lewis"), Frances Farmer (as "Lorna Moon"), John Garfield (as "Siggie") [credited as Jules Garfield], Michael Gordon, Elia Kazan (as "Eddie Fuselli"), Robert Lewis, Charles Niemeyer, John O'Malley, Martin Ritt (as "Sam"), Karl Malden (as "Barker") [credited as Mladen Sekulovich] (Broadway debut), Art Smith. Replacement actors: Rollin Bauer (as "Lewis"), Charles Crisp (as "Driscoll"), Will Lee (as "Siggie"), Sanford McCauley (as "Drake"), John Rustad (as "Barker"). Produced by The Group Theatre. Notes: (1) Filmed by Columbia Pictures Corporation as Golden Boy (1939). (2) Carnovsky's role was played by Lee J. Cobb in the 1939 film. Ironically, Cobb was one of the actors to name names at the House Un-American Activities Committee hearings, at which Carnovsky was blacklisted.

(1964). Stage Play: Incident at Vichy. Drama. Written by Arthur Miller, Directed by Harold Clurman. ANTA Washington Square Theatre: 3 Dec 1964- 7 May 1965 (99 performances/played in repertory with After The Fall, The Changeling, Tartuffe). Cast: Stanley Beck (as "Bayard"), C. Thomas Blackwell (as "Police Guard"), James Dukas (pas "Second Detective"), Pierre Epstein (as "Prisoner") James Greene (as "Police Captain"), Hal Holbrook (as "Major"), Graham Jarvis (as "Ferrand"), Clint Kimbrough [credited as Clinton Kimbrough] (as "Hoffman"), Will Lee (as "Old Jew"), Ira Lewis (as "Boy"), Tony Lo Bianco (as "Prisoner"), Paul Mann (as "Marchand"), Stephen Peters (as "Prisoner"), Alek Primrose (as "First Detective"), Harold Scott (as "Gypsy"), David J. Stewart (as "Monceau"), Michael Strong (as "LeBeau"), John Vari (as "Prisoner"), Jack Waltzer (as "Waiter"), David Wayne (as "Von Berg"), and Joseph Wiseman (as "Leduc"). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan). Executive Consultant: Harold Clurman.

(1939). Stage Play: Family Portrait. Drama.

(1959). Stage Play: Once Upon a Mattress. 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") [Broadway debut], Joe Bova (as "Prince Dauntless, son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain"), Allen Case (as "Sir Harry, Knight of the Herald"), Jack Gilford (as "The King Sextimus"), 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 Eckart and Jean Eckart.

(1952). Stage Play: The Shrike. Drama. Written by Joseph A. Kramm. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Lighting Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Edith Lutyens. Directed by Joseph A. Kramm. Cort Theatre: 15 Jan 1952- 31 May 1952 (161 performances). Cast: Judith Evelyn (as "Ann Downs"), José Ferrer (as "Jim Downs"), Somar Alberg (as "Dr. Schlesinger"), James Hawthorne Bay (as "Perkins"), Mary Bell (as "Miss Wingate"), Isabel Bonner (as "Dr. Barrow"), William Bush (as "Grossberg"), Kendall Clark (as "Dr. Bellman"), Joe Comadore (as "Joe Major"), Vincent Donahue (as "Patient"), Jeanette Dowling (as "Miss Hansen"), Stephen Elliott (as "Dr. Kramer"), Billy M. Greene (as "William Schloss"), Phyllis Hill (as "Miss Cardell"), Philip Huston (as "Don Gregory"), Arthur Jarrett (as "Tom Blair"), Will Kuluva (as "John Ankoritis"), Will Lee (as "Sam Tager"), Martin Newman (as "George O'Brien"), Edward Platt (as "Harry Downs"), Tom Reynolds (as "Fleming"), Leigh Whipper (as "Frank Carlisle"). Replacement actors during run: Mary Fletcher (as "Miss Hansen"), Simon Oakland, Eugenia Rawls, Mary Jane Shea (as "Miss Cardell"). Produced by José Ferrer. Produced in association with Milton Baron. Note: Filmed by Universal-International as The Shrike (1955).

(1964). Stage Play: The Last Analysis. Farce. Written by Saul Bellow. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Belasco Theatre: 1 Oct 1964- 24 Oct 1964 (28 performances + 10 previews). Cast: Charles Boaz (as "Sheldon"), Edwin Bordo (as "Second Technician"), Bert Conway (as "Stickles"), James Dukas (as "Kalbfuss"), Alix Elias (as "Imogen"), Tresa Hughes, Leon Janney, Will Lee (as "Aufschnitt"), Sam Levene (as "Philip Bummidge"), Sully Michaels (as "Louis Mott"), Lucille Patton (as "Madge"), Minerva Pious (as "Tante Frumkah"), Phillip Pruneau, Tony Roberts [credited as Anthony Roberts] (as "Max"), Ted Schwartz, Michael Vale (as "Fiddleman"), Ann Wedgeworth (as "Pamela"), Walter Williams (as "First Technician"). Produced by Stevens Productions, Inc. Associate Producer: Lyn Austin and Victor Samrock.

(1939). Stage Play: The Time of Your Life. Comedy. Written by William Saroyan. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Eddie Dowling and William Saroyan. Booth Theatre: 25 Oct 1939- 6 Apr 1940 (185 performances). Cast: Edward Andrews (as "Tom"), Ainsworth Arnold (as "Society Gentleman"), Ross Bagdasarian (as "Newsboy"), Cathie Bailey (as "Elsie"), Reginald Beane (as "Wesley"), William Bendix (as "Krupp"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Society Lady"), Mme. Michelette Burani (as "Nick's Ma"), Grover Burgess, Mary Cheffey, Curt Conway, Charles De Sheim (as "Nick"), Len Doyle (as "Kit Carson"), John Farrell (as "Drunkard/Another Cop"), Evelyn Geller (as "Killer"), Julie Haydon (as "Kitty Duval"), Celeste Holm (as "Mary L."), Gene Kelly (as "Harry"), Will Lee (as "Willie"), Houseley Stevenson (as "Arab"), Tom Tully, Nene Vibber, Randolph Wade. Produced by The Theatre Guild. Note: Bendix would appear (in a different role) in the film version The Time of Your Life (1948) [filmed by William Cagney Productions; distributed by United Artists]. The independent film was a major flop and would result in Cagney returning to work at Warner Bros.

(1940). Stage Play: Heavenly Express. Fantasy. Written by Albert Bein. National Theatre: 18 Apr 1940- 4 May 1940 (20 performances). Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden.

(1947). Stage Play: As We Forgive Our Debtors. Drama. Written by Tillman Breiseth. Directed by José Ferrer. Princess Theatre: 9 Mar 1947- 16 Mar 1947 (5 performances). Produced by José Ferrer.


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