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(early 1980s) TV commercial: Poli-Grip denture adhesive

(1961) Unsold pilot: Starred in an unsold pilot called "Darrow the Defender" based on the career of Clarence Darrow.

(1975) Album: Joined such luminaries as Burt Lancaster, Walter Pidgeon, Henry Fonda and Susan Oliver to honor the great people of American history in the LP recording entitled "The American Spirit 1776-1976" for the country's bicentennial. The patriot that Nolan spotlighted was George Washington.

(1929) Stage: Appeared in "Cape Cod Follies" on Broadway.

(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Emil") in "Reunion in Vienna" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Directed by Worthington Miner. Martin Beck Theatre: 16 Nov 1931-Jul 1932 (closing date unknown/264 performances). Cast: Lynn Fontanne (as "Elena"), Alfred Lunt (as "Rudolph Maximillian von Hapsburg"), Joseph Allen Sr. (as "Chef"), Joseph Allenton, Hendrik Booraem, Virginia Chauvenet, Eduardo Ciannelli (as "Poffy"), Phyllis Connard, Charles Douglass, Edward Fielding, Mary Gildia (as "Kathie"), Frank Kingdon (as "Gen. Hoetzler"), Bjorn Koefoed, Ben Kranz, George Lewis, Bela Lublov, Owen Meech, William R. Randall, Otis Sheridan, Murray Stevens, Noel Taylor, Cynthia Townsend, Henry Travers (as "Herr Krug"), Minor Watson (as "Dr. Anton Krug"), Justina Wayne, Helen Westley (as "Frau Lucher"), Stanley Wood. Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors).

(1932) Stage: Appeared in "Americana" on Broadway. Musical revue (revival). Music by Jay Gorney, Harold Arlen, Herman Hupfeld and Richard Meyers. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Book by J.P. McEvoy. Directed by Harold Johnsrud. Shubert Theatre: 5 Oct 1932-Dec 1932 (closing date unknown/77 performances). Cast: Don Barclay [final Broadway credit], Albert Carroll, Peggy Cartwright, Lillian Fitzgerald, George Givot, The Doris Humphrey Dance Group, Ralph J. Locke, Francetta Malloy, Allan Mann, The Musketeers, Gordon Smith, Georgie Tapps, Rex Weber, Charles Weidman Dancers. Produced by Lee Shubert.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Biff Grimes") in "One Sunday Afternoon" on Broadway. Written by James Hagan. Directed by Leo Bulgakov. Little Theatre: 15 Feb 1933-Nov 1933 (closing date unknown/322 performances). Cast: Sara Arms, Boris Batt, Francesca Bruning, Rita Collins, Marion Frederic, Percy Helton (as "Snappy Downer"), Mary Holsman, Leo Hoyt, Rankin Mansfield, Maurice Mitchell, William J. Nelson, Everett Ripley, Ernst Robert, Byron Shores, Fred Steinway, Karl Swenson (as "Rowdy"), Eeda Von Buelow, Janet Young. Produced by Leo Peters and Leslie Spiller.

(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Geoffrey Carver") in "Ragged Army" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Beulah Marie Dix and Bertram Millhauser. Directed / produced by Crosby Gaige. Selwyn Theatre: 26 Feb 1934-Feb 1934 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: Alice Ann Baker, Lee Baker (as "Henry Stockwell"), Mathilde Baring, Richard Bartel (as "Sandy McGregor"), Laline Brownell (credited as Lalive Brownell; as "Priscilla Moody"), Thomas Chalmers (as "William Page"), Ann Dere (as "Frances Lovejoy"), William Dorbin (as "Etienne D'Aulney"), Johnny Downs (as "Tim Page"), Roy Gordon (as "Edward Hallowell"), Emily Lowry (as "Alethea Page"), Irby Marshall (as "Cordelia Page"), Roy Roberts, Byron Shores (as "Nick Rubini"), Forrest Taylor, Edwin Vickery (as "James Tripp"), Fleming Ward (as "Eliot Lovejoy"), Philip Van Zandt, Justine Wayne (as "Emma Hallowell").

(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Rudy Flannigan") in "Gentlewoman" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by John Howard Lawson. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Cort Theatre: 22 Mar 1934-Apr 1934 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Stella Adler (as "Gwyn Ballantine"), Roman Bohnen (as "Col. Richard Fowler"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Dr. Lewis Golden"), Russell Collins (as "Havens"), Zamah Cunningham (as "Mrs. Stoneleigh"), Lewis Leverett (as "Elliott Snowden"), Claudia Morgan (as "Connie Blane"), Neill O'Malley (as "Vaughn"), Frances Williams (as "Hattie"). Produced by The Group Theatre Company. Produced in association with D.A. Doran Jr.

(1954) Stage: Appeared (as "Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg") in "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial: on Broadway. Drama. Written by Herman Wouk, based on his novel. Directed by Charles Laughton. Plymouth Theatre: 20 Jan 1954-22 Jan 1955 (415 performances). Cast: Henry Fonda (as "Lt. Barney Greenwald"), John Hodiak (as "Lt. Stephen Maryk"), Russell Hicks (as "Capt. Blakely"), Herbert Anderson (as "Dr. Bird"), Larry Barton (as "Member of the Court"), Paul Birch (as "Capt. Randolph Southard"), James Garner (billed as "Jim Bumgarner"; as "Member of the Court"), Stephen Chase (as "Dr. Forrest Lundeen"), Richard Farmer (as "Member of the Court"), Eddie Firestone (as "SM3 Junius Urban"), Robert Gist (as "Lt. Thomas Keefer"), John Huffman (as "Stenographer"), T.H. Jourdan (as "Member of the Court"), Charles Nolte (as "Lt. (j.g.) Willis Seward Keith"), Richard Norris (as "Member of the Court"), Ainslie Pryor (as "Lt. Cmdr. John Challee"), Greg Roman (as "Orderly"), Pat Waltz (as "Member of the Court"). Produced by Paul Gregory. NOTE: Filmed as The Caine Mutiny (1954).

(1960) Stage: Appeared in "One More River" on Broadway.

(1956) Stage: Directed / appeared (as "Lt. Cmdr. Philip Queeg") in Herman Wouk's "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial", at the London Hippodrome Theatre in London, England. Cast: David Knight, Nigel Stock, Robert Hardy, Esmond Knight, Alec McCowen.

(6/10/46) Radio: Appeared (as "FBI Agent George Briggs") in a "Screen Guild Theater" production of "The House on 92nd Street".

(2/28/44) Radio: Appeared (as "Sgt. Hook Malone") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Guadalcanal Diary".

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Holloway"; credited as Lloyd B. Nolan) in "Sweet Stranger" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Frank Mitchell Dazey [final Broadway credit] and Agnes Christine Johnston. Directed by Worthington Miner. Cort Theatre: 21 Oct 1930-Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Frank H. Day (as "Charles"), Mel Efird (as "Miss Saunders"), Clyde Fillmore (as "J.W. Marvin"), Ralph Morgan (as "Albert Rustin"), Gertrude Coghlan Pitou (as "Betty Marvin"), Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Sturdevant'), J. Ascher Smith' (as "Preston"), Linda Watkins (as "Ann Norton"). Produced by Paul Streger.

(1951-52) Radio: Starred (as "Martin Kane") in "Private Eye".

(8/26/65) Appeared in the television special "Hollywood Traveling Stars" hosted by Bill Burrud. Also appearing were Gypsy Rose Lee, Ken Murray and Victor Jory.

(1929) Stage: Appeared in William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Edith Barrett and Elliot Cabot in the cast.

(1929) Stage: Appeared in George Bernard Shaw's play, "You Can Never Tell," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Bette Davis in the cast.

(1930) Stage: Appeared in Martin Flavin's play, "Broken Dishes," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Bette Davis and Spring Byington in the cast.

(5/26/47) Radio: Appeared (as "Mickey Dwyer") in a "The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "Johnny Apollo".

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