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(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Slit-throat McGillicuddy" / "Turtle Bay Dover's and Breeder's Social Club" / "I Want to Chisel in on Your Heart" / "(Just) Begging for Love" / "Do As You Like (Do What You Like)"; Broadway debut) in "Shoot the Works" on Broadway. Musical revue. Book by Heywood Hale Broun (also producer), Peter Arno, Sig Herzig, Dorothy Parker, Nunnally Johnson, E.B. White, Milton Lazarus, Jack Hazzard, Edward McNamara and H.I. Phillips. Music by Michael H. Cleary, Philip Chagrig, Jay Gorney, Robert Stolz, Jimmy McHugh, Irving Berlin, Ann Ronell, Vernon Duke, Joseph Meyer, Alexander Williams, Herbert Goode and Muriel Pollock. Lyrics by Armin Robinson, Leo Robin, Dorothy Fields, Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin, E.Y. Harburg, Max Lief, Nathaniel Lief, Walter Reisch, Alexander Williams, Muriel Pollock and Joe Young. Musical Director: Harry Archer. Music orchestrated by Frank E. Barry and King Ross. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Henry Dreyfuss. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire and Kiviette. Dances by John Boyle. Dialogue directed by Theodore Hammerstein. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 21 Jul 1931-3 Oct 1931 (87 performances). Cast: Rose Armand, Alice Bankert, Johnny Boyle, Lee Brody, Heywood Broun (as "Opening" / "In the Dressing Room" / "Man about Town" / "Turtle Bay Dover's and Breeder's Social Club" /"I Want to Chisel in on Your Heart" (reprise)), Evelyn Carpenter, Cornelia Chason, Imogene Coca (as "(Let's Go) Out in the Open Air"), Fanille Davies, Frances Dewey, Margaret Doncaster, Frank Ericson, Mickie Forbs, Bobby Gillette, Al Gold, J. Gonzales, Taylor Gordon, Merena Grady, Francis Guinan, Frank Hauser, Jack Hazzard, Percy Helton (as "Cornelius Swaggerbilt" / "Turtle Bay Dover's and Breeder's Social Club" / "Mr. Coe" / "Lo, the Poor Doctor" / "The Man" / "Another Triangle" / "The Patient" / "Death Says It Isn't So" / "Believe It or Not"), Jack Irwin, Julie Johnson, Albert Jordan, Tom Jordan, Joe Kaye, Irene Kelly, Don Lannon, James Libby, Constance Madison, Lila Manor, Vida Manuel, Dolly Martinez, Nellie Mayer, John McAvoy, Edward J. McNamara, Leslyn Miller, John Muccio, Edward Murray, Dick Neely, Edgar Nelson, Frances Nevins, James Notarro, William O'Neal, Lester Ostrander, Nora Puntin, Inez Purdy, Jack Ray, Jerry Reardon, Margot Riley, Virginia Smith, Dorothy Snowden, Marjorie Sohmer, Anne Stanley, Morris Tepper, Winnie Turner, Helen Tuttle, Florence Winkel. Produced in association with Milton Raison.

(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Sam Jenkins") in "Of Thee I Sing" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Based on material by George S. Kaufman (also director) and Morrie Ryskind. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett and William Daly. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreography by Chester Hale. Music Box Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 10 Oct 1932 to close): 26 Dec 1931-14 Jan 1933 (441 performances). Cast: Ruth Adams, Dave Allman, Florenz Ames (as "The French Ambassador"), Kathleen Ayres, Bruce Barclay, Vivian Barry, Charles Bennett, Leslie Bingham (as "Nora"), Grace Brinkley, Bobbie Brodsley, Robert Burton, Martha Carroll, Mary Carroll, Ray Clarke, Dudley Clements (as "Matthew Arnold Fulton"), Charles Conklin, Tom Curley, Dorothy Donnelly (as "Ensemble"), Tom Draak, Leon Dunar, Ann Ecklund, Frank Erickson, Jack Fago, Michael Forbes, Olgene Foster, Virginia Franck, Frank Gagen, William Gaxton (as "John P. Wintergreen"), Dorothy Graves, Yvonne Gray, Peggy Greene, Sulo Hevonpaa, Walter Hinger, Milton Hollander, Georgette Lampsi, Terry Lawlor, David Lawrence, Martin Le Roy, Jack Linton, Lillian Lorray, George E. Mack (as "Sen. Robert E. Lyons"), Martha Maggard, Sam Mann, Mary Mascher, John McCahill, Charles McClelland, Jake Vander Meulen, Frank Miller, Harold Moffet (as "Francis X. Gilhooley"), Victor Moore (as "Alexander Throttlebottom"), Lois Moran, Richard Neely, Hazzard Newberry, June O'Dea, Anita Pam, Jack Ray, Ralph Riggs, Edward H. Robins, Billie Seward, Pete Shance, Grenna Sloane, Adele Smith, Barbara Smith, Baun Sturtz, Peggy Thomas, Patricia Whitney, Jessica Worth. Produced by Sam Harris. NOTE: One of the few big hits of the dismal 1932 Broadway theatrical season.

(1933) Stage: Appeared in "Of Thee I Sing" on Broadway. Musical comedy [return engagement]. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Book by George S. Kaufman (also director) and Morrie Ryskind. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett and William Daly. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Imperial Theatre: 15 May 1933-10 Jun 1933 (32 performances). Cast: Betty Allen (as "Diana Devereaux"), Dave Allman (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Florenz Ames (as "The French Ambassador"), Kathleen Ayres (as "Ensemble"), Bruce Barclay (as "Ensemble"), Vivian Barry (as "Chambermaid"), Leslie Bingham (as "Scrubwoman"), Bobbie Brodsley (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Burke (as "Ensemble"), Robert Burton (as "Ensemble"), Pete Chance (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Ray Clarke (as "Ensemble"), Dudley Clements (as "Matthew Arnold Fulton"), Gus Cooper (as "Ensemble"), John Creighton (as "Ensemble"), Tom Curley (as "Ensemble"), Nancy Dolan (as "Ensemble"), Tom Draak (as "Vladimir Vidovitch"), Leon Dunar (as "Ensemble"), Ann Ecklund (as "Ensemble"), Helen Erickson (as "Ensemble"), Frank Ericson (as "Ensemble"), Jack Fago (as "Ensemble"), Michael Forbes (as "Ensemble"), Olgene Foster (as "Ensemble"), Florence Fouchia (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Franck (as "Ensemble"), Frank Gagen (as "Ensemble"), William Gaxton (as "John P. Wintergreen"), Yvonne Gray (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Greene (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), Sulo Hevonpaa (as "Yusef Yussevitch"), Walter Hinger (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Milton Hollander (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Tana Kamp (as "Ensemble"), Harriette Lake (as "Mary Turner"), Terry Lawlor (as "Ensemble"), David Lawrence (as "Ensemble"), Martin Le Roy (as "Chief Senate Clerk"), Lillian Lorray (as "Ensemble"), George E. Mack (as "Sen. Robert E. Lyons"), Martha Maggard (as "Ensemble"), Mary Mascher (as "Ensemble"), Doris May (as "Ensemble"), John McCahill (as "Ensemble"), Jake Vander Meuelen (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Frank Miller (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Harold Moffet (as "Francis X. Gilhooley"), Victor Moore (as "Alexander Throttlebottom"), George Murphy (as "Sam Jenkins"), Richard Neely (as "Ensemble"), Hazzard Newberry (as "Ensemble"), June O'Dea (as "Emily Benson"), Lilyan O'Jela (as "Ensemble"), Ronald Perry (as "The Dave Allman Band"), Irma Philbin (as "Ensemble"), Jack Ray (as "Ensemble"), Abe Reynolds (as "Louis Lippman"), Ralph Riggs (as "The Chief Justice" / "Guide"), Edward H. Robins (as "Sen. Carver Jones"), Baun Sturtz (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Thomas (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Whitney (as "Ensemble"), Jessica Worth (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Sam Harris. NOTE: This production was a return engagement of "Of Thee I Sing" that concluded on 14 Jan 1933 at the 46th Street Theatre.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Billy Boyden, the Hoofer"; final Broadway role) in "Roberta" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Jerome Kern. Book / lyrics by Otto A. Harbach. Based on the novel "Gowns by Roberta" by Alice Duer Miller. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Scenic Design by Clark Robinson. Gowns Designed by Madame Tafel. Furs Designed by Max Koch. Costume Design by Kiviette. Uncredited Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Jose Limon. Uncredited Director: Hassard Short. New Amsterdam Theatre: 18 Nov 1933-21 Jul 1934 (295 performances). Cast: Barbara Adams, Ray Adams, Berenice Alaire, Leon Alton, Michael Alvarez, Dorothy Atkins, Bob Barrett, Elsie Behrens, Norma Butler, Sally Bynum, The Original California Collegians (as "Huckleberry Haines Orchestra"), Phyllis Cameron, Barbara Child, Bobette Christine, Florence Chumbecos, Aida Conkey, Lola De Lille, George Djimos, Bert Doughty, Jack Douglas, Rene Du Plessis (as "California Collegian"), Jane Evans, Rose Gale, Bob Gray, Helen Gray, Sydney Greenstreet (as "Lord Henry Delves, the Friend of Roberta"), William Hain, Bunny Hallow, Ruth Hamilton, Vernon Hammer, Buddy Hertelle, Bob Hope (as "Huckleberry Haines, the Crooner"), Ed Jerome, Edna Johnson, Alan Jones (as "California Collegian"), Lillian Lamonte, Dorothy Lane, Catherine Laughlin, Fred MacMurray (as "California Collegian"), Ray Middleton (as "John Kent, the Fullback"), Evelyn Monte, Herb Montei, John Muccio, Nayan Pearce, John Peters, Carole Renwick, Lyda Roberti (as "Mme. Nunez" / "Clementina Scharwenka, the Star Customer"), Josephine Roberts, Marion Ross (as "Mme. Grandet, the Fitter"), Jim Ryan, Tania Sania, Stanislaw Sarmatoff, Ruth Shaw, Gretchen Sherman, Tamara, Fay Templeton (as "Aunt Minnie" / "Trade Name, Roberta" / "the Modiste"), William Torpey, Rosalie Trego, Mavis Walsh, Sandra Walters, Clara Waring, Virginia Whitmore, Barbara Williams, Lou Wood, Neil Wood. Produced by Max Gordon. NOTE: Filmed as Roberta (1935).

(1950s) Together with Ronald Reagan and Gary Cooper, Murphy recorded an album entitled "Communist Infiltration of Hollywood in the 1940s" (Source: Time magazine, 1/19/98, p. 12).

(12/7/54) Radio: Appeared (as "Pop Stazak") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "Battleground".

(2/12/51) Radio: Appeared (as "Pop Stazak") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "Battleground".

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