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(1957) Unsold pilot: She starred in a re-working of her sitcom pilot from the previous year, this time called, "Snooks" about the radio star who played Baby Snooks on the air.

(1936-39) Radio: For 39 shows, she was a featured cast member on Al Jolson's weekly CBS radio show, "The Lifebuoy Program." In addition to comedy, she sang both solos and duets with Jolson.

(1934). Stage Play: Calling All Stars. Musical revue. Sketches by Lew Brown, A. Dorian Otvos, Alan Baxter, Home Fickett, William K. Wells and H.I. Philips. Music by Harry Akst. Lyrics by Lew Brown. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Conrad Salinger. Dances and ensembles directed by Maurice L. Kussel. Scenic Design by Nat Karson. Costume Design by Billi Livingston. Lighting Design by Abe Feder. Strauss dances directed by Sara Mildred Strauss. Entire production supervised by Lew Brown. Directed by by Thomas Mitchell and Lew Brown. Hollywood Theatre: 13 Dec 1934- 12 Jan 1935 (36 performances). Cast: Edna Abbey, Janet Abbott, Eunice Altea, Alice Anderson, Alice Anthon, Arthur Auerbach, Phil Baker, Alice Bankert, Al Bernie, Babette Bissinger, Alice Blair, Anthony Blair, Mary Bolles, Patricia Bowman, George Brady, Ann Budnik, Emma Burke, Olga Burke, Dolores Campbell, Anne Canova [Broadway debut], Judy Canova [Broadway debut], Pete Canova [credited as Peter Canova], Zeke Canova [Broadway debut], Gloria Claire, Catherine Clark, Marie Cole, Irene Coleman, Nathalie Crandall, Marguerite De Coursey, Rena Dell, Anita Ferne, Pat C. Flick, Gladys Glancy, George Gordon, Roxy Green, Revalie Haber, Billy Hale, Marion Heemsath, Orchid Henson, Lou Holtz, George Hunter, Estelle Jayne, Eddie Johnson, Sel Jos, Iris Kingsley, Viola Lenn, Clark Leston, Ella Logan, Eleanor Low, Helen Mack, Ned Maisel, Joan Manners, Everett Marshall (as "I've Nothing to Offer" Performer/"Straw Hat in the Rain" Performer/"My Old Hoss" Performer"), Camilla Masters, Gloria Mausier, Mitzi Mayfair, Sara Mazo, June McGraol, Harry McNaughton, June McNulty, William Meader, Ann Metzger, Gertrude Michael, Elsie Mindell, Ruth Morgan, June Murphy, Gertrude Niesen (as "I'm Stepping Out of the Picture" Performer/Just Mention Joe" Performer"), Rose Palmer, Grace Patterson, Harry Patterson, Ellen Pratt, Grace Pearce, Jean Rauley, Martha Raye (as ""If It's Love" Performer A Baby Wampus/So This Is Hollywood/He Just Beats a Tom Tom" Performer") [Broadway debut], D. Raymond, Grace Rochester, Sara Mildred Strauss Dancers, Munice Sich, Frances Sinclair, Polly Sturgeon, Jack Tally, Peggy Taylor and Her Dancing Pirates, Lorraine Teatom, June Tempest, Bobby Theiss, Cynthia Thompson, Emily Von Hoven, Marguerite White, 'Jack Whiting' (qv, Joan Whitney. Produced by Lew Brown.

(1971) Stage: Appeared (as replacement actor) in "No, No, Nanette" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Vincent Youmans. Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto A. Harbach. Book by Otto A. Harbach and Frank Mandel. Book adapted by Burt Shevelove (also director). Musical Director / vocal arrangements by Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements by Luther Henderson. Incidental music by Luther Henderson. Revival originally conceived for production by Harry Rigby. Musical Staging / Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Production Manager: May Muth. Production Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Lighting Design by Jules Fisher. Sound Design by Jack Shearing. Principals' Coiffures by Vidal Sassoon. Production Supervised by Busby Berkeley [final Broadway credit]. 46th Street Theatre: 19 Jan 1971-3 Feb 1973 (861 performances + 13 previews). Cast: Helen Gallagher (as "Lucille Early, Billy's Wife"), Jack Gilford (as "Jimmy Smith"), Ruby Keeler (as "Sue Smith, Jimmy's Wife"), Patsy Kelly (as "Pauline, Cook at the Smiths"), Bobby Van (as "Billy Early, a Lawyer"), Susan Watson, Loni Zoe Ackerman, Pat Lysinger, Roger Rathburn, K.C. Townsend, Bob Becker, John Beecher, Joretta Bohannon, Roger Braun, Marcia Brushingham, Kenneth Carr, Jennie Chandler, Kathy Conry, Christine Cox, Kevin Daly, Ed Dixon, Ellen Elias, Mercedes Ellington, Jon Engstrom, Marian Haraldson, Gregg Harlan, Jamie Haskins, Gwen Hillier, Sayra Hummel, Scott Hunter, Dottie Lester, Cheryl Locke, Joanne Lotsko, Mary Ann Niles, Kate O'Brady, Sue Ohman, Jill Owens, Ken Ploss, John Roach, Linda Rose, Ron Schwinn, Sonja Stuart, Monica Tiller, Pat Trott, Phyllis Wallach. Replacement actors: Benny Baker (as "Jimmy Smith"), Cindi Bulak, Barbara Heuman (as "Nanette") [Broadway debut], Joy Hodges (as "Sue Smith"), Mike Mitchell, Frank Newell (as "Nanette's Friend"), Sandra O'Neill, Shelly Rann (as "Nanette's Friend"), James Robinson, Penny Singleton (as "Sue Smith") [replaced Ruby Keeler], Dana Swenson, Anthony S. Teague. Produced by Pyxidium, Ltd.

(????) Single: "Sweet Loraine" / "I Love The Waterfront" (Apollo Records)

(1980's) TV: 'Spokes-Mouth' for Polident's series of commercials for its denture cleaner ... 'So take it from The Big Mouth: new Polident Green gets tough stains clean!'

(1965) She acted in John Patrick's play, "Everybody Loves Opal," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey. Vernon Schwartz was director.


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