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(1948) Stage: Appared in "Skipper Next to God" on Broadway.

(1950) Stage: Appeared in "An Enemy of the People" on Broadway (revival).

(1951) Stage: Appeared in "Gramercy Ghost" on Broadway.

(1951) Stage: Appeared in "Dinosaur Wharf" on Broadway.

The Strong Are Lonely (1953). Drama. Written by Fritz Hochwalder. From the French version of the German version, adapted by Eva Le Gallienne. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Directed by Margaret Webster. Broadhurst Theatre: 29 Sep 1953- 3 Oct 1953 (7 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Ladislaus Oros, S.J."), Dion Allen (as "Gracia Queseda, Father Claussner, S.J."), Nils Asther (as "Andre Cornelis"), Paul Ballantyne (as "William Clark, S.J., Father Procurator"), Dehl Berti (as "Barrigua, Indian Chief"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Lorenzo Querini"), Wyatt Cooper (as "Soldier of the Spanish Army"), Joseph Dooley (as "Father Reinegg, S.J."), Victor Francen (as "Alfonso Fernandez, S.J., Father Provincial of the Society of Jesus in Paraguay"), Ernesto Gonzalez (as "Young Indian"), Edward Groag (as "Candia, Indian Chief"), Junaluska (as "Naguacu, Indian Chief"), Denis King (as "Don Pedro de Miura"), Robert Ludlum Soldier of the Spanish Army"), John Marley (as "Jose Bustillos"), Earl Montgomery (as "Rochus Lieberman, S.J., Father Superior"), Kermit Murdock (as "Carlos Gervazoni, Bishop of Buenos Aires"), Kuruks Pahitu (as "Acatu, Indian Chief"), Ray Rizzo (as "Father Torres, S.J."), Frederick Rolf (as "Captain Arago, Officer of the Spanish Army"), Martin Rudy (as "Captain Villano, Officer of the Spanish Army"), John Straub (as "Alvaro Catalde"), Tuktu (as "Young Indian"), Stuart Vaughan Sergeant of the Guard"). Produced by Walter P. Chrysler Jr.

(1953) Stage: Appeared in "Sing Till Tomorrow" on Broadway.

Compulsion (1957). Drama. Dramatization (Producer's Version) by: Meyer Levin. Original Music by Cy Coleman. Musical Director: Cy Coleman. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Costume Design by John Boxer. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Directed by Alex Segal. Ambassador Theatre: 24 Oct 1957- 22 Feb 1958 (140 performances). Cast: Roddy McDowall (as "Artie Straus"), Dean Stockwell (as "Judd Steiner [1924]"), Howard Da Silva (as "Horn, The Prosecuting Attorney"), Ben Astar (as "Charles Kessler/Dr. Allman"), Ina Balin (as "Ruth Goldenberg"), Helen Baron (as "Sandra Mannheimer"), Julian Barry (as "Willie Weiss"), James Bender (as "Tom Daly, A Reporter"), Joseph Beruh (as "A Prison Guard/A Drugstore Clerk/A Waiter/Danny Mines, A Reporter"), Michael Constantine (as "Al, Owner of a Speakeasy/Jonathan Wilk, The Defense Attorney"), Joan Croydon (as "Mrs. Straus "), Edward Cullen (as "Judge Matthewson"), Roger De Koven (as "Ferdinand Feldscher "), Reynolds Evans (as "Dr. Stauffer"), Chris Gampel (as "Judd Steiner [today]/Emil, The Steiners' Chauffeur"), Stefan Gierasch (as "Max Steiner"), Gerald Gordon (as "Sid Silver [today]/Sid Silver [1924]), Mark Gordon (as "A Bartender/Prison Guard"), Lloyd Gough (as "Dr. McNarry"), Michael Gough (as "Dr. Ball"), James Greene (as "Mr. Farmer/Dr. Vincenti"), Ted Gunther (as "Swasey, A Detective"), Earl Hammond (as "James Straus"), Muriel Higgins (as "First Girl"), Bernard Lenrow (as "Judah Steiner Jr."), Barbara Loden (as "Myra Seligman"), John Marley (as "Mike Prager/Another Reporter"), Barbara Miners (as "Third Girl"), Gina Petrushka (as "Elsie Kessler"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Fourth Girl"), James Ray (as "Lyman/A Third Reporter/Raphael Goetz"), Dorothy Raymond (as "A Medium/Aunt Bertha"), Patricia Roe (as "A Girl on the Telephone/Second Girl"), Luchino Solito de Solis (as "Billy Straus"), Paul Stevens (as "Padua, Assistant to the Prosecutor"), D.J. Sullivan (as "Milt Lewis"), Elliot Sullivan (as "McNamara, A Detective"), Maybelle Wright (as "Peg Sweet/A Newspaper Woman"), Ben Yaffee (as "Oliver Steger"). Produced by Michael Myerberg. Produced in association with Len S. Gruenberg. Note: This was a thinly veiled dramatization of the infamous Leopold-Leob murder. Filmed as Compulsion (1959).

(1966) Stage: Appeared (as "Witness for the Prosecution") in "The Investigation" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Peter Weiss. Translated by Jon Swan and Ulu Grosbard. Directed by Ulu Grosbard. Ambassador Theatre: 4 Oct 1966-31 Dec 1966 (103 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Russell Baker (as "The Accused"), Leslie Barrett (as "Witness for the Accused"), Peter Brandon (as "The Accused"), Richard S. Castellano (as "The Accused"; Broadway debut), Gordon B. Clarke (as "The Accused), Ward Costello (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Franklin Cover (as "Prosecuting Attorney"), Ivor Francis (as "The Accused"), Tom Gorman (as "The Accused"), Alice Hirson (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Ferdi B. Hoffman (as "The Accused"), Will Hussung (as "Judge"), Graham Jarvis (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Paul Larson (as "The Accused"), Vivian Nathan (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Henry Oliver (as "Witness for the Accused"), Tom Pedi (as "The Accused"), Wendell K. Phillips (as "The Accused"), Dan Priest (as "The Accused"), Wallace Rooney (as "The Accused"), John Servetnik (as "The Accused"), Leon B. Stevens (as "Defense Attorney"). Produced by Alan King, Walter A. Hyman, Ltd., Eugene V. Wolsk and Emanuel Azenberg.

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