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(1931- 1969). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1931). Stage Play: Wonder Boy. Comedy. Written by Edward Chodorov and Arthur Barton. Directed and produced by Jed Harris. Alvin Theatre: 22 Oct 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/44 performances). As "A Reporter." Cast: Max Beck, Jacob Bleifer, Matt Briggs, Barbara Bulgakova, David Burns, Frank Carter, Maurice Cass, William Challee, Eddie Craven, Hazel Dawn, Thomas Fisher, Eva Franklin, Bernard Gorcey, Jeanne Greene, D.J. Hamilton, Ross Hertz, Donald Heywood, Cecil Holm, Allen Jenkins, James Kearney, Robert Leonard, Sam Levene, Bruce MacFarlane (as "Sol Griffith"), Hallie Manning, Horace McMahon (as "A Reporter") [Broadway debut], Margaret Meyers, Arnold Moss, Henry O'Neill, Joseph Ploski, Arnold Preston, Gregory Ratoff, Estelle Scheer, Herman Shapiro, James R. Waters, Vincent York. Produced by Jed Harris.

Red Gloves (1948). Written by Jean-Paul Sartre. Directed by Jed Harris. Mansfield Theatre: 4 Dec 1948- 12 Mar 1949 (113 performances). As "Munster." Cast included: Charles Boyer, John Dall, Joan Tetzel, Royal Beal, Francis Compton, Dick Martin, Jesse White. Produced by Jean Dalrymple, in arrangement with Gabriel Pascal.

(1942). Stage Play: Three Men on a Horse. Comedy (revival). Written by George Abbott and John Cecil Holm. Directed by John Cecil Holm. Forrest Theatre: 9 Oct 1942- 31 Oct 1942 (28 performances). Cast: William Balfour (as "Mr. Carver") [final Broadway role], Jean Casto (as "Mabel"), Don Darcy (as "Delivery Boy"), William Foran (as "Harry"), Iris Hall (as "Gloria"), Teddy Hart (as "Frankie"), Richard Huey (as "Moses"), Kay Loring (as "Audrey Trowbridge"), William Lynn (as "Erwin Trowbridge"), Horace McMahon (as "Charlie"), Gay Seabrook (as "Hotel Maid"), J. Ascher Smith (as "The Tailor"), Sid Stone (as "Patsy"), James Truex (as "Al"), Fleming Ward (as "Clarence Dobbins"). Produced by Alexander Yokel.

(1935). Stage Play: Knock on Wood. Comedy. Written by Allen Rivkin. Directed by John Hayden. Cort Theatre: 28 May 1935- Jun 1935 (closing date unknown/11 performances). As "Potts Jackson." Cast: Donald Black, Charles Comoroda, William David, Nicholas Joy, Bruce MacFarlane, Horace McMahon (as "Potts Jackson"), Tom Morrison, Beverly Parker, Lee Patrick, Sallie Phipps, James Rennie, Harold Seton, James Spottswood, Beatrice Swanson (as "Joan Wexley"), Richard Taber (as "Jake"), Calvin Thomas, Albert Dekker ]credited as "Albert Van Dekker"] (as "Stuart Schuyler"), Walter Wilson. Produced by Elias Weinstock.

(1935). Stage Play: Three Men on a Horse. Comedy. Written by George Abbott and John Cecil Holm. Directed by George Abbott. Playhouse Theatre (moved to Fulton Theatre in Nov 1936- close): 30 Jan 1935- 9 Jan 1937 (835 performances). Cast: Joyce Arling, Shirley Booth (as "Mabel"), Frank Camp, Teddy Hart (as "Frankie"), Richard Huey (as "Moses"), Garson Kanin (as "Al"), James Lane, Sam Levene (as "Patsy"), William H. Lynn (as "Erwin Trowbridge"), Millard Mitchell (as "Charlie"), J. Ascher Smith, Susan Smithers, Edith Van Cleve, Fleming Ward (as "Clarence Dobbins"), Nick Wiger. Replacement actors: Jack Arnold (as "Al"), Gloria Blondell (as "Hotel Maid"), Louise Campbell (as "Hotel Maid"), Edward Craven (as "Frankie"), Len Doyle (as "Patsy"), Clifford Dunston (as "Clarence Dobbins"), Kathleen Fitz (as "Gloria"), Ross Hertz (as "Frankie"), Ruth Lee (as "Mabel"), Kay Loring (as "Audrey Trowbridge") [Broadway debut], Horace McMahon (as "Charlie"), Katherine Squire (as "Audrey Trowbridge"), Ezra Stone (as "Al"). Produced by Alex Yokel. Note: Filmed as Three Men on a Horse (1936), Drei Mann auf einem Pferd (1957), Three Men on a Horse (1969).

Battleship Gertie (1935). Farce. Written by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Directed by Arthur Sircom. Lyceum Theatre: 18 Jan 1935- Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/2 performances). As "Marine Sergeant Grogan." Cast: Walter Baldwin, Frederick Banker, Oliver Barbour, Moana Chu, Boyd Crawford, William Culloo, Harry Davenport, Gladys Griswold, Joseph P. Harris, Frank Jaquet, George Lessey, Helen Lynd, Claude McNair, Burgess Meredith, Lora Rogers, Richard Taber, George R. Taylor, Richard Toms, Philip Truex, Philip Wood, Ernest Woodward, Herbert A. Yost. Produced by Courtney Burr.

(1933). Stage Play: Sailor, Beware! Comedy. Written by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Directed by Kenyon Nicholson and Arthur Sircom. Lyceum Theatre: 28 Sep 1933- Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/500 performances). Cast: Murray Alper (as "Herb Marley"), John Bard, Audrey Christie, Ruth Conley, Edward Craven, Josephine Evans (as "Dode Bronson"), Larry Fletcher, Bradford Hatton (as "Luther Reed"), George Heller (as "Wop Wilchinski"), Ross Hertz (as "Spud Newton"), Harry Hornick (as "Señor Gomez"), Paul Huber (as "Lieut. Loomis, U.S.N."), Bruce MacFarlane (as "Chester Dynamite Jones"), Horace McMahon (as "Mattie Matthews"), Rod Maybee, Edgar Nelson, Don Rowen, Ann Thomas, Ann Winthrop. Replacement: Effie Afton (as "Ruby Keefer"). Produced by Courtney Burr. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Lady Be Careful (1936) and by Paramount Pictures as _Sailor Beware (1952) [as a Martin & Lewis vehicle].

Man Bites Dog (1933). Farce. Written by Don Lochbiler and Arthur Barton (also director). Lyceum Theatre: 25 Apr 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/7 performances). As "McIntosh." Cast included: Jay Adler, Don Beddoe, Gertrude Flynn, Victor Kilian, Owen Martin, Millard Mitchell, Dennie Moore, Raymond Walburn, Charles Walton.

Far-Away Horses (1933). Comedy. Written and directed by Michael Birmingham and Gilbert Emery. Martin Beck Theatre: 21 Mar 1933- Mar 1933 (closing date unknown/4 performances). As "Expressman."

(1932). Stage Play: Wild Waves. Comedy. Written by William Ford Manley. Directed by Worthington Miner. Times Square Theatre: 19 Feb 1932- Mar 1932 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Wallace Acton (as "Chauffeur"), Violet Barney, St. Clair Bayfield (as "Whelpley"), John Beal (as "John Duffy"), Helen Blair (as "Mrs. Banfill"), Stuart Brown (as "Bogelman"), Maurice Cass (as "Dr. Hammerhoch"), Irene Cattell (as "Battle Sister"), Dan Charlier (as "Mr. Tupperman"), Edward Craven, Gerald Davis, William Friend, George Graham (as "Mr. Seymour Haverstraw"), Jessie Graham, Edith Gravetta (as "Mother"), Richard Huey (as "Harold"), Larry Jason, Mary Kemble, Alvin Kerr (as "Photographer"), Joseph King (as "Mr. Edward Reiss"), Bruce MacFarlane (as "Roy Denny"), Fred Malcolm (as "Basso"), Bertram Marburgh (as "Dr. Podmore"), Neil McFee (as "Mr. Peacock"), Horace McMahon (as "Gus"), Charles O'Connor (as "Potter, Ward Heeler"), Osgood Perkins (as "Mitch Gratwick"), Paul Porter, Roger Ramsdell, Anne Revere (as "Miss Lehman"), Jack Rigo (as "Tony"), Mary Robinson, Robert Shayne, Frances Simon, Horace Sinclair (as "Mr. Thwacker"), Betty Starbuck (as "Nancy Hodson"), Charles Thompson (as "Saxophone Player"), Virginia Tracy, Edith Van Cleve (as "Miss Croft"), Frank Verigun, Tallulah Wesley (as "First Girl/Battle Sister"). Produced by Doran, Ray and Hewes.

(1949). Stage Play: Detective Story. Drama. Written by Sidney Kingsley [credited as Sidney S. Kinglsey]. Directed by Sidney Kingsley. Hudson Theatre (moved to The Broadhurst Theatre on 3 Jul 1950 to close): 23 Mar 1949- 12 Aug 1950 (581 performances). Cast: Ralph Bellamy, Meg Mundy, Jean Adair, John Alberts, Joseph Ancona, Archie Benson, Edward Binns, Lee Grant, Carl Griscom, Horace McMahon (as "Lt. Monoghan"), Alexander Scourby, Maureen Stapleton, Robert Strauss, Joseph Wiseman (as "1st Burglar"), Harry Worth. Produced by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Associate Producer: May Kirshner. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Detective Story (1951).

The Mundy Scheme (1969). Written by Brian Friel. Directed by Donal Donnelly. Royale Theatre: 11 Dec 1969- 13 Dec 1969 (4 performances + 10 previews). As "Dan Mahon." Cast: Patrick Bedford, Jack Cassidy, Sean Dillon, Neil Fitzgerald, Liam Gannon, Leo Leyden, Risa McCrary, Godfrey Quigley, William Rooney, Dorothy Stickney, Ann Sweeny. Produced by Helen Bonfils and Morton Gottlieb.

(1958). Stage Play: Say, Darling. Comedy with music. Directed by Abe Burrows. ANTA Playhouse (moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 8 Dec 1958- close): 3 Apr 1958- 17 Jan 1959 (332 performances). As "Schatzie Harris." Cast: Vivian Blaine, Johnny Desmond, David Wayne, Wana Allison, Gordon B. Clarke, Steve Condos, Jerome Cowan, Marcella Dodge, Robert Downing, Constance Ford, Elliott Gould, Mitchell Gregg, Peter Howard, Barbara Hoyt, Walter Klavun, Kelly Leigh, Eileen Letchworth, Jack Manning, Julie Marlowe, Wendell Marshall, Virginia Martin, Jean Mattox, Matt Mattox, Charles Morell, Carolyn Morris, Robert Morse, Jack Naughton, Colin Romoff, Richard Tone, Calvin von Reinhold. Replacement actor: Eddie Albert (as "Jack Jordan" from 3 Apr 1958- 6 Dec 1958), Hal England. Produced by Jule Styne and Lester Osterman, Jr. Associate Producer: George Gilbert.

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