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  • (1969) Unsold pilot: Appeared in a sitcom pilot from CBS called "Houseboat". It starred Arthur Hill as a widowed newspaper reporter who lives on a houseboat with his three kids and beautiful young housekeeper.
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared (as "George White's Dancing Beauty") in "George White's Music Hall Varieties" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Irving Caesar and Harold Arlen. Book by George White (also director / producer) and Billy K. Wells. Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh. Additional music by Sam H. Stept, Herb Magidson, Herman Hupfeld and Carmen Lombardo. Additional lyrics by Harold Arlen, Sam H. Stept, Herb Magidson, Herman Hupfeld, Carmen Lombardo and Ted Koehler. Featuring songs by Max Rich, Frank Littau and Jack Scholl. Dances staged by Russell Markert. Casino Theatre: 22 Nov 1932-31 Dec 1932 (47 performances). Cast: Lili Damita (as "So I Married The Girl" Singer / The Girl in "The Wolf" / "Sweet Liar" Singer / "Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer / "Oh, Lady" Singer / The Wife / The Girl in "The Date" / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Betty Kean (as "Mrs. Smyler, "All's Wet That Ends Wet" / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Bert Lahr (as "A Suspect, Third Degree" / "Customer, A Close Shave" / "Cabin in the Cotton" Singer / "Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer / Mr. Smyler / "All's Wet That Ends Wet" / The Other Fellow / "A Bottle and a Bird" Singer / A Fellow / The Date / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Harry Richman (as "Chief, Third Degree / "So I Married The Girl" Singer / The Wolf / "Sweet Liar" Singer / "Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer / Mr. Tipler / "All's Wet That Ends Wet" / "Oh, Lady" Singer / The Friend / Another Fellow / The Date / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Joseph Vitale (as "Pedro, The Wolf / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Helen Arnold (as "The Waltz That Brought You Back To Me" Singer / "Hold Me Closer" Singer / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Joseph Donatella (as "Performer / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Vivian Fay (as "Birds of a Feather" Dancer / "Beauty and the Beast" Dancer / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Herr Al Gordon (as "A Second Suspect, Third Degree / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Helen Gordon (as "Barber's Daughter, A Close Shave / Mrs. Tipler / "All's Wet That Ends Wet" / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Barre Hill (as "A Third Suspect / "The Waltz That Brought You Back To Me" Singer / "Hold Me Closer" Singer / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), James Howard (as "A Fourth Suspect, Third Degree / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Loomis Sisters (as "Birds of a Feather" Singer / "Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer / Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), Thomas Phillips (as "Policeman / "All's Wet That Ends Wet" / "The Husband / My / Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer / A Detective, Third Degree"), Eleanor Powell (as "Performer / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer"), The Four Mullen Sisters (as "Performers"), Connie Alderson (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Betty Allen (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Joanna Allen (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Margorie Baglin (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Hazel Boffinger (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Betty Collette (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Gay Delys (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Helen Dongan (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Ruth Doran (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Edna Eustace (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Marie Graham (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Alice Jordan (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Sunny Kest (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Hilda Knight (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Renee Landeau (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Ethel Lawrence (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Madeline Lawson (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Rita Mackin (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Lela Manors (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Lila Manors (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Joy Marsh (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Pam McAvoy (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Lenora McDermott (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Peggy Moseley (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Evelyn Neilson (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Nancy Nelson (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Evelyn Nichols (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Vivian Porter (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Peggy Ring (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Paula Sands (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Alma Saunders (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Peggy Seal (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Zynaid Spencer (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Edwina Steel (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Maria Steel (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Gwen Tremble (as "George White's Dancing Beauty"), Peggy Van Oden (as "George White's Dancing Beauty").
  • (1932-33) Stage: Appeared in "George White's Music Hall Varieties" on Broadway (return engagement). Musical revue. Casino Theatre: 2 Jan 1933-21 Jan 1933 (24 performances). Produced by George White. Note: This elaborate large cast production was a huge flop and considered a major casualty of the Great Depression.
  • (12/63) Unsold pilot: Appeared in a pilot for a sitcom to be called "Poor Mr. Campbell".
  • (1944) Stage: Appeared in "Lady Chatterley's Lover", GearyTheatre, San Francisco, CA.
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