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(1944- 1951). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1944). Stage Play: Mexican Hayride. Musical comedy. Music by Cole Porter. Lyrics by Cole Porter. Book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields. Musical Director: Harry S. Levant. Choral arrangements by William Parson. Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett and Ted Royal. Scenic Design by George Jenkins. Costume Design by Mary Grant. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Assistant to Mr. Jenkins: Chase Adams and Peggy Clark. Choreographed by Paul Haakon. Book directed by John Kennedy. Opening and "Good-Will Movement" dance directed by Dan Eckley. "Girls" and "Abracadabra" directed by Lew Kessler. "Good-Will Movement" dance directed by Virginia Johnson. Directed by Hassard Short. Winter Garden Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre 18 Dec 1944- Close): 28 Jan 1944- 17 Mar 1945 (481 performances). Cast: Bobby Clark (as "Joe Bascom, alias Humphrey Fish"), Eva Reyes (as "Lottery Girl"), Claire Anderson (as "Woman Vendor"), Richard Andre (as "Dancer"), Anita Arden (as "Show Girl"), Gail Banner (as "Show Girl"), Thor Bassoe (as "Dancer"), Morton Beck(as "Singer"), Richard Bengali (as "Chief of Police"), Aleks Bird (as "Dancer"), Lois Bolton (as "Tillie Leeds"), Leonard Bushong (as "Dancer"), Bill Callahan (as "Billy"), Nancy Callahan (as "Show Girl"), Cynthia Cavanaugh (as "Show Girl"), Jean Cleveland (as "Mrs. Augustus Adamson"), John Conrad (as "Mariachi Player/Dancer"), Jeanne Coyne (as "Dancer"), Margaret Cuddy (as "Dancer"), Jean Cummings (as "Singer"), Sergio DeKarlo (as "Miguel Correres"), Dorothy Durkee (as "Mme. Lupescu"), Jimmy Dutton (as "Child"), Virginia Edwards (as "Lydia Toddle"), Wilbur Evans (as "David Winthrop"), Malka Farber (as "Dancer"), Francine Fernandez (as "Child"), Charles Flynn (as "Singer"), Lydia Fredericks (as "Singer"), Marjorie Gaye (as "Dancer"), Janet Gaylord (as "Dancer"), George Givot (as "Lombo Campos"), Arthur Gondra (as "Carol, Ex-King of Roumania"), Frank Guzzardo (as "Mariachi Player"), Paul Haakon (as "Paul"), Perdita Hanson (as "Singer"), June Havoc (as "Montana"), William Hearne (as "Singer"), Anne Helm (as "Dancer"), Horton Henderson (as "Picador/2nd Merchant"), Ben Hernandez (as "3rd Merchant"), Peggy Holmes (as "Dancer"), Edmund Howland (as "Dancer"), Mildred Hughes (as "Show Girl"), Catherine Hyatt (as "Dancer"), Dorothy Hyatt (as "Dancer"), Barbara Jevne (as "Singer"), Candy Jones (as "Show Girl"), Barry Kent (as "Singer"), Alicia Krug (as "Dancer"), Bobby Lane (as "5th Merchant"), Ramona Lang (as "Dancer"), James Lanphier (as "Dancer"), Terry Lasky (as "Dancer"), William A. Lee (as "Mr. Augustus Adamson"), Danny Leeds (as "Singer"), David Leonard (as "Senor Martinez"), Lucille Lewis (as "Singer"), Ted Lund (as "Dancer"), Luba Malina (as "Dagmar Marshak"), Andrea Mann (as "Show Girl"), Margie Markle (as "Show Girl"), Grace Martin (as "Singer"), James Mate (as "Singer"), Martha McKinney (as "Show Girl"), Jerry Meilan (as "Dancer"), Edith Meiser (as "Eadie Johnson"), Tony Montell (as "Singer"), Gar Moore (as "Singer"), Corinna Mura (as "Lolita Cantine"), Dean Mylas (as "Dancer"), Dean Myles (as "Dancer"), John O'Neil (as "Singer"), Leon Palmer (as "Dancer"), Rose Marie Patane (as "Singer"), Gedda Petry (as "Singer"), Donald Powell (as "Dancer"), Raul Reyes (as "Jose/Head-waiter/1st Merchant"), Eric Roberts (as "Augustus, Jr."), John Robinson (as "Mariachi Player/Dancer"), Jimmy Russell (as "Dancer"), Naomi Sanders (as "Singer"), Eric Schepard (as "Dancer"), Jeanne Shelby (as "Mrs. Molly Wincor"), Armando Sisto (as "Singer"), Jerry Sylvon (as "Picador/4th Merchant"), Robert Tavis (as "Singer"), Vera Teatom (as "Dancer"), Eleanor Tennis (as "Eleanor"), Aura Vainio (as "Dancer"), Pat Vecchio (as "Mariachi Player/Dancer"), Joe Viggiano (as "Dancer"), Robert Watoff (as "Singer"), Betty Williams (as "Dancer"), Hank Wolf (as "Lottery Boy/Child"). Replacement actors: Louis Altmark (as "Child/Lottery Boy"), Imogen Carpenter (as "Montana"), Dorothy Durkee (as "Mrs. Molly Wincor/Eadie Johnson"), Joey Gilbert (as "Dancer"), Ben Hernandez (as "Mariachi Player"), Francine Hernandez (as "Child"), Audrey Howell (as "Dancer"), Martin Klein, Marjorie Leach (as "Lillian"), Eloise Marguery (as "Mme. Lupescu"), George Marsh (as "Mr. Augustus Adamson"), Marta Nita (as "Billy"), Erminie Randolph (as "Lolita Cantine"), Eva Reyes (as "Lottery Girl"), Manuel San Miguel (as "Mariachi Player"), Jeanne Shelby (as "Lydia Toddle"). Produced by Michael Todd. Note: Filmed by Universal International as Mexican Hayride (1948).

(1944). Stage Play: Rhapsody. Musical/operetta. Music by Fritz Kreisler. Lyrics by John La Touche. Book by Leonard Louis Levinson and Arnold Sundgaard. Additional lyrics by Blevins Davis and Robert Russell Bennett. Based on an original story by A.N. Nagler. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett. Musical Director: Fritz Mahler. Choreographed by David Lichine.Directed by David Lichine. New Century Theatre: 22 Nov 1944- 3 Dec 1944 (13 performances). Cast: Nina Allen (as "Maywine Octette"), Carl Anders (as "Court Octette"), Betty Baker (as "Rhapsody Double Quintett"), Bertha Belmore (as "Frau Tina Hugenhaugen"), Nicolas Beriozoff (as "Rickshaw Man"), Patricia Bowman (as "Ilse Bonen"), Rosemarie Brancato (as "Madame Boticini"), Angela Carabella (as "Maywine Octette"), John Cherry (as "Lotzi Hugenhaugen"), Alexandra Denisova (as "Sonya"), Annamary Dickey (as "Empress Maria Theresa"), Camille Fischelli (as "Court Octette"), S/Sgt. Gordon Gaines (as "Court Octette"), John Hamill (as "Charles Eckert"), Joan Hansen (as "Corps de Ballet"), William Hearne (as "Court Octette"), John Henson (as "Maywine Octette"), Barbara Jevne (as "Court Octette"), Mildred Jocelyn Greta/Maywine Octette"), Mr. Johnson (as "Demi-Tasse"), Evelyn Keller (as "Maywine Octette"), Robert Kirland (as "Jailer/Rhapsody Double Quintett"), Irene Larson (as "Corps de Ballet"), Thomas LoMonaco (as "Maywine Octette"), Cecille Mann (as "Corps de Ballet"), Eddie Mayehoff (as "Casanova"), Ella Mayer (as "Rhapsody Double Quintett"), Gar Moore (as "Court Octette"), Muriel O'Malley (as "Court Octette"), Jerry Ross (as "The Dandy"), Rudy Rudisill (as "Maywine Octette"), Dorothy Scott (as "Corps de Ballet"), Lucille Shea (as "Court Octette"), Patricia Sims (as "Corps de Ballet"), Sally Sorvo (as "Corps de Ballet"), Igor Storojeff (as "Boy"), Gloria Story (as "Lili Hugenhausen"), Randolph Symonette (as "Captain of the Palace Guard"), Yvonne Tibor (as "Corps de Ballet"), Bette Van (as "Rhapsody Double Quintett"), Harry Ward (as "Maywine Octette"), George Young (as "Emperor Francis I"), George Zoritch (as "Ivan"). Produced by Blevins Davis. Produced in association with Lorraine Manville Dresselhuys.

(1945). Stage Play: Dark of the Moon. Written by Howard Richardson and William Berney. Directed by Robert E. Perry. 46th Street Theatre: 14 Mar 1945- 15 Dec 1945 (318 performances). Cast: Marjorie Belle, Kathryn Cameron, Millicent Coleman, Sherod Collins, Marguerite De Anguera, Roy Fant, John Gerstad, John Gifford, Frances Goforth, Richard Hart, Jinx Heffelfinger, A. Winfield Hoeny, Peggy Ann Holmes, Conrad Janis (as "Floyd Allen"), Dorothy Lambert, James Lanphier, Lil Liandre, Ross Matthew, Gar Moore (as "Mr. Jenkins"), Stanley Nelson, Robert Pryor, Georgia Simmons, Carol Stone, Allan Tower, Maidel Turner, Iris Whitney, Agnes Scott Yost. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1951). Stage Play: Not for Children. Music by Robert Emmett Dolan. Written by Elmer Rice. Coronet Theatre: 13 Feb 1951- 17 Feb 1951 (7 performances). Cast: Phil Arthur, J. Edward Bromberg (as "Timothy Forrest"), Alexander Clark, Joan Copeland, Natalie Core, Keene Crockett, Betty Field (as "Theodora Effington"), John Garstad, Budd Gregg, Gar Moore (as "An Old Gentleman") [final Broadway role], Elliott Nugent (as "Ambrose Atwater"), Frances Tannehill (as "Pensacola Crawford"), Ann Thomas, Fredd Wayne. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).

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