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(1962) Unsold pilot: Starred in a sitcom called "Misty" which was an edited version of the feature about a Chincoteague Island pony.

(1943) Stage: Appeared in "Army Play-by Play" [production was composed of the following shows: "Button Your Lip", "First Cousins", "Mail Call", "Pack Up Your Troubles", "Where'er We Go"]. 46th Street Theatre (moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 2 Aug 1943-close): 14 Jun 1943-4 Sep 1943 (41 performances). Produced by John Golden, Special Service Branch Headquarters Second Service Command and Lt. Col.William R. Bolton.

(1958) Stage: Appeared (as "Charley Lawton"; final Broadway role) in "Comes a Day" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Speed Lamkin [only Broadway credit]. Directed by Robert Mulligan [only Broadway credit]. Ambassador Theatre: 6 Nov 1958-29 Nov 1958 (28 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Isabel Lawton"), Joseph Barr (as "Lewis"), Brandon De Wilde (as "C.D. Lawton"), John Dutra (as "Bud"), Larry Hagman (as "Jim Culpepper"), Ruth Hammond (as "Katherine Eubanks"), Michael J. Pollard (as "Joe Glover"; Broadway debut), Eileen Ryan (as "Lorraine"), George C. Scott (as "Tydings Glenn"), Lorna Thayer (as "Mrs. McCarthy"), Diana Van der Vlis (as "Caroline Lawton"), Charles White (as "Gordie Eubanks"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Alan J. Pakula.

(1954) Stage: Appeared (as "Will Harrison") in "Lunatics and Lovers" on Broadway. Farce. Written / directed by Sidney Kingsley. Broadhurst Theatre: 13 Dec 1954-1 Oct 1955 (336 performances). Cast: 'Dennis King' (as "Judge Sullivan"), Mary Anderson, Sheila Bond (as "Sable Wellington"), Nate Cantor (as "Joe Gonz"), Vicki Cummings, Buddy Hackett (as "Dan Cupid"; Broadway debut), Maurice Brenner, Fairfax Burger (as "Hotel Manager"), Lynn Merrill, James Nolan, Rex Partington, Donna Pearson, George Tyne (as "House Detective"). Replacement actors included: Whitfield Connor (as "Will Harrison"), Jerome Cowan (as "Judge Sullivan"), Zero Mostel (as "Dan Cupid") [replaced Buddy Hackett during vacation]. Produced by M. Kirshner.

(1952) Stage: Appeared in "Golden Boy" on Broadway. Drama (revival).

(1953) Stage: Appeared (as "Howard Bevans") in "Picnic" on Broadway. Written by William Inge. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Music Box Theatre: 19 Feb 1953-10 Apr 1954 (477 performances). Cast: Ralph Meeker (as "Hal Carter"), Peggy Conklin (as "Flo Owens"), Eileen Heckart, Ruth McDevitt, Morris Miller, Paul Newman (as "Alan Seymour"; Broadway debut), Janice Rule (as "Madge Owens"), Reta Shaw, Kim Stanley (as "Millie Owens"), Elizabeth Wilson. Replacement actors: Sandra Church, Dulcie Cooper (as "Irma Kronkite"), Betty Lou Holland (as "Millie Owens"), Eleanor Phelps. Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors) and Joshua Logan. NOTE: Filmed as Picnic (1955), Picnic (2000) (TV), Picnic (1986) (TV).

(1954) Stage: Appeared (as "Will Harrison") in "Lunatics and Lovers" on Broadway. Farce. Written / directed by Sidney Kingsley. Broadhurst Theatre: 13 Dec 1954-1 Oct 1955 (336 performances). Cast: 'Dennis King' (as "Judge Sullivan"), Mary Anderson, Sheila Bond (as "Sable Wellington"), Nate Cantor (as "Joe Gonz"), Vicki Cummings, Buddy Hackett (as "Dan Cupid"; Broadway debut), Maurice Brenner, Fairfax Burger (as "Hotel Manager"), Lynn Merrill, James Nolan, Rex Partington, Donna Pearson, George Tyne (as "House Detective"). Replacement actors included: Whitfield Connor (as "Will Harrison"), Jerome Cowan (as "Judge Sullivan"), Zero Mostel (as "Dan Cupid") [replaced Buddy Hackett during vacation]. Produced by M. Kirshner.

(1945) Stage: Appeared in "Brighten the Corner" on Broadway.

(1/27/53) Stage: Appeared in William Inge's play, "Picnic," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Paul Newman, Kim Stanley, Ralph Meeker, Janice Rule and Eileen Heckart in the cast.

(12/1/70-1/9/71) Stage: Appeared in Matt Crowley's play, "Remote Asylum," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, with Anne Francis, Nancy Kelly and William Shatner in the cast. Edward Parone was director.

(????) TV commercials: Appeared (as "The Pharmacist") in commercials for Crest toothpaste.


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