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(1932- 1948). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1932). Stage Play: Show Boat. Musical drama (revival). Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics for "Bill" by P.G. Wodehouse. Music and lyrics for "Goodbye, My Lady Love" by Joseph E. Howard. Music and lyrics for "After the Ball" by Charles Harris. Book adapted by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on "Show Boat" by Edna Ferber. Musical Directors: Oscar Bradley and Sammy Lee. Directed by Oscar Hammerstein II. Casino Theatre: 19 May 1932- 22 Oct 1932 (180 performances). Cast: Bessie Allison, Bertha Fitzhugh Baker, Rachel Beech, J. Mardo Brown, A. Alan Campbell (as "Windy"), Billie Campbell, Mamie Cartier, Willy Lou Chalfant, Laura Clairon, Catherine Clark, Walter Costello, Jack Daley, Charles Davis, Henry Davis, Dorothy Denese, Leon Diggs, Evelyn Eaton, William Ehlers, Charles Ellis, Caja Eric, Robert Faricy, Estelle Floyd (as "Ethel"), Dell Fradenburg, John Fredrik, Tess Gardella, Ray Giles, Blanche Glenn, Thomas Gunn, Marion Hairston, Edgar Hall, Annie Hart, William Haskins, Mae Haygood, Mari Hellgren, Eunice Holmes, Maurine Holmes, Rhogenia Jamison, J. Louis Johnson, Charlotte Junius, Tana Kamp, V. Anne Kaye, Dennis King (as "Gaylord Ravenal"), Angeline Lawson, James Lillard, Henrietta Lovelace, Herbert Lyle, Francis X. Mahoney (as "Rubberface Smith") Pat Mann, Rose Mariella, Richard McAllister, Dolly McCormick, James McKay, John Mobley, Helen Morgan (as "Julie"), Ethel Moses, Lucia Moses, Edna May Oliver (as Parthy Ann Hawks), Joseph Olney, Ann Lee Patterson, Pauline Pennell, Inez Persand, Lancelot Pinard, Eva Puck (as "Ellie"), Hattie King Reavis, Wilburn Riviere, Paul Robeson (as "Joe"), Elsie Rossi, Jennie Salmons, Earle Sanborn, Mildred Schwenke, Phil Sheridan, Maude Simmons, Charles Spencer, James Swift, Wen. Talbert, Lucille Taylor, Norma Terris (as "Magnolia"), Wynn Terry, Tillie Thomas, Archie Thomson, Lee Timmans, Gladstone Waldrip, Gertrude Walker [final Broadway role], Billie Wallace, Elida Webb, Sammy White (as "Frank Schultz"), Charles Willis, Charles Winninger (as "Capt. Andy"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Notes: (1) Mr. Ziegfeld would die during production on 22 Jul 1932 at age 65. (2) Previously filmed by Universal Pictures as Show Boat (1929) and more notably later as Show Boat (1936), which while successful, suffered production delays and cost overruns that ultimately led to the downfall of Carl Laemmle's reign at Universal Pictures. Filmed again as Show Boat (1951).

(1944). Stage Play: Laffing Room Only. Musical comedy/revue. Music by Burton Lane. Lyrics by Burton Lane. Book by Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson and Eugene Conrad. Arranger for Glee Club: Pam Davenport, Roy Ringwald and Robert Shaw. General Director for Olsen and Johnson David Murray. Production Supervised by Harry A. Kaufman. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Billy Livingston. Assistant to Mr. Livingston: Kasia Spilos. Assistant to Mr. Chaney: Peggy Clark. Company Manager: George Leffler. Stage Director: Dennis Murray. Stage Manager: Henning Irgens. Assistant Stage Mgr: Cliff Crist. Conducted by John McManus. Assistant to Robert Alton: Harry Pogue. Press Representative: C.P. Greneker, Joe Flynn and Stanley Seiden. Assistant to John Murray Anderson: Arny Saint Subber. Company Manager: George Leffler. Production staged by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Comedy directed by Edward F. Cline [final Broadway credit]. Winter Garden Theatre: 23 Dec 1944- 14 Jul 1945 (232 performances). Cast: Jack Allen (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing/Uncle/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Tony Anzy (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), William Archibald (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer/ The Sailor/Stop That Dancing/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Dancer McCoy Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/The Hollywood Producer/ Sunny California"), Ray Arnett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Vicki Barrett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Virginia Barrett (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Neighbor/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/In the box/Intermission/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), George Beach (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), O'Donnell Blair (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"The Piano Movers" Performer"), May Block (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco Stop That Dancing"), Gene Bone (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Firing Squad/The Russian Art Players"), Margaret Brander (as "Soprano/Moments Musicals"), Margot Brander (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In the box Intermission"), Robert Breton (as "Count Dimitri Resluvsky/The Russian Art Players/Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/Hollywood Announcer/In a Radio Station"), Kenny Buffett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco Stop That Dancing/The Beau/Got That Good Time Feelin'/Juvenile Star/Sunny California"), Harry Burns (as "In the lobby/Before the Show/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/ Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Francis Cooke (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Firing Squad/The Russian Art Players/The Cameraman/Sunny California"), Cliff Crist (as "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Lillion Cross (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing"), Ernie D'Amato (as "Guest/Tourist City Hall/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Shannon Dean (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble "In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Dorothy Demolina (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing"), Dippy Diers (as "In the lobby/Before the Show/In the box/Intermission"), Norman Drew (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/British Soldier/ Go Down To Boston Harbor/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/Uncle/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Penny Edwards (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing/"The Ghost Train" Performer/The Hollywood Star/Sunny California"), Bruce Evans (as "Prince Vasiloff/The Russian Art Players/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/Colonel/The Russian Art Players/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/Judge/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Tom Fletcher (as "The Ghost Train" Performer"), Betty Garrett (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Singer/"Stop That Dancing" Singer/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/"Sunny California" Singer/"The Steps of the Capitol" Singer"), Betty Gilpatrick (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/"The Steps of the Capitol" Singer"), Dolores Goodman (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Virginia Gorski (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Frances Henderson (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Gae Hess (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), Penny Holt (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Central Park/Stop That Dancing/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Gretchen Houser (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Catherine Johnson (as "Anna/The Russian Art Players"), Chic Johnson (as "General Duquesne/Go Down To Boston Harbor/Mr. Tenant/An Apartment in 1980/"Pocatello, Idaho" Performer "The Ghost Train" Performer/Bride/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' "The Piano Movers" Performer/The Sound Man/In a Radio Station"), Marjorie Johnstone (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing"), Lee Joyce (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing"), Elana Keller (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Conspirator/Go Down To Boston Harbor"), James Kovach (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Sam Kramer (as "Cellist/Moments Musicals"), Mary La Roche (as "Sonya/The Russian Art Players/"Got That Good Time Feelin'" Singer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Jean Lawrence (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Eleanor Leaman (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing/ "The Ghost Train" Performer/Mother Hatfield/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Kathryn Lee (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Dancer/Daughter/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/The Ballerina/Got That Good Time Feelin'"), Patricia Lenn (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Jennie Lewis (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Ma McCoy/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Frank Libuse (as "In the audience/Before the Show/The Conductor/Overture/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/Harpist/Moments Musicals/In the box/Intermission"), J.C. McCord (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/"Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer/Conspirator/Go Down To Boston Harbor/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Ted McGinty (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble"), Tom McKee (as "Flutist/Moments Musicals/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Lee Michel (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Jean Moorhead (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/Mrs. Tenant/An Apartment in 1980/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Singer/Child/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Olive Nicolsen (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing"), Mariane Oliphant (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing"), Ole Olsen (as "Real Estate Agent/An Apartment in 1980/"Pocatello, Idaho" Performer/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Bridegroom/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"The Piano Movers" Performer/A Radio Announcer/In a Radio Station"), Olsen & Johnson (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall"), Frederick Peters (as "Company Manager/overture/"Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Conspirator/Go Down To Boston Harbor/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Neighbor/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Kenneth Petersen (as "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing"/"Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Jack Pierce (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/In Central Park/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Andrew Ratousheff (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/In the box/Intermission/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Buddy Rogers (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Herbert Ross (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/Father/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/The Suitor/Got That Good Time Feelin'"), Roy Russell (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Edward Sanders (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Charles Senna (as "Stage Manager/Overture/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Otto Simanek "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Allen Stewart (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Doris Sward (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Tommy Thompson (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Firing Squad/The Russian Art Players/Juvenile Star/Sunny California"), June Walker (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Grandmother/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Billy West (as "In the lobby/Before the Show/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), Susan West (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Lou Wills Jr. (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Singer"), Doris York (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Bill Young (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/ "The Ghost Train" Performer/Neighbor/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Joe Young (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"Pocatello, Idaho" Performer/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert, Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson.

(1948). Stage Play: Hold It! Musical comedy. Music by Gerald Marks. Lyrics by Samuel Lerner. Book by Matt Brooks and Art Arthur. Vocal arrangements by Clay Warnick. Ballet Arrangements by Irma Jurist. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Ted Royal. Musical Director and Orchestra Conducting: Clay Warnick. Choreography by Michael Kidd. Directed by Robert E. Perry. National Theatre: 5 May 1948- 12 Jun 1948 (46 performances). Produced by Sammy Lambert.


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