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(1926- 1980). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1926). Stage Play: Grand Street Follies. Musical revue. Music by Lily Hyland, Arthur Schwartz [earliest Broadway credit] and Randall Thompson. Book by Agnes Morgan. Lyrics by Agnes Morgan. Music orchestrated by Randall Thompson. Musical Director: Howard Barlow. Featuring songs with lyrics by Albert Carroll, Robert A. Simon and Theodore Goodwin. Additional music by Walter Haenschen. Choreographed by Albert Carroll, Blanche Talmud and Irene Lewisohn. Directed by Agnes Morgan. Neighborhood Playhouse: 15 Jun 1926- 8 Aug 1926 (55 performances). Cast: Vera Allen, Helen Arthur, William Beyer, Wesley Boynton, Grover Burgess, Albert Carroll, Frances Cowles, Jessica Dragonette, Edla Frankau, Juliette Gauthier, George Heller, George Hoag, Otto Hulicius, George Knisely, Marc Loebell, Lily Lubell, Ian Maclaren, Lewis McMichael, Harold Minjer, Agnes Morgan, Tom Morgan, Mae Noble, John Francis Roche, Dorothy Sands, J. Blake Scott, Lois Shore, Sadie Sussman, Blanche Talmud, Paula Trueman. Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse.

Flying Colors (1932). Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz. Material by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz. "On the American Plan" written in collaboration with George S. Kaufman. "Bon Voyage" and "The Salesman" written in collaboration with Corey Ford. "Lost in the Crowd" written in collaboration with Charles Sherman. Dances and Ensembles staged by Albertina Rasch. Directed by Howard Dietz. Imperial Theatre: 15 Sep 1932- 25 Jan 1933 (188 performances). Cast: Charles Butterworth, Tamara Geva, Patsy Kelly, Clifton Webb, Larry Adler, Alfreda Allman, June Blossom, Vera Bracken, Elsie Burrows, Phyllis Cameron, Helen Carrington, Janet Carver, Florence Chumbecos, Imogene Coca, Lucille Cole, Aida Conkey, Muriel Cook, Leonore Cox, Maxine Darrow, Mildred Davenport, Dorothy Dodd, Nancy Dolin, Lillian Duncan, Enez Early, Buddy Ebsen, Vilma Ebsen, Lloyd Ericson, Jackie Godfreyer, Ruth Gormley, Wilhelmina Gray, Consuello Harris, Bobby Johns, David Johns, George Kirk, Katherine Laughlin, Philip Loeb, George Magis, Irene McBride, William Miley, Evelyn Monte, Monette Moore, Katherine Mullowny, Frances Nevins, Myrtle Quinland, George Raymond, Carol Renwick, Wilma Roeloff, Jean Sargent, Morrie Siegel, Dolores Townsend, Rosalie Trego, Albertina Vitak, John Walsh, Elida Webb, Teddy West, Dora White, Virginia Whitmore, Jay Wilson, Lucille Wilson, Billie Yarbo. Produced by Max Gordon.

(1937). Stage Play: Between the Devil. Musical comedy. Material by Howard Dietz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Musical Director: Don Voorhees. Music orchestrated by Ardon Cornwell, Phil Wall, Hans Spialek and Conrad Salinger. Directed by Hassard Short and John Hayden. Imperial Theatre: 22 Dec 1937- 12 Mar 1938 (93 performances). Cast: Albert Amato, Eric Brotherson, Jack Buchanan, Kay Cameron, Dorothy Compton, Noel Cravat (as "Gaston"), Virginia Daly, Natasha Dana, Loretta Dennison, Adele Dixon, Joyce Duskin, Vilma Ebsen [final Broadway role], Jules Epailly (as "Raymond Mauroís"), Frank Gagen, Edward Gale (as "The Debonaires"), Tilda Getze, Vernon Hammer, Buddy Hertelle (as "The Debonaires"), Helen Hudson, Ruth Joseph, Maurice Kelly (as "The Debonaires"), William Kendall, Jack Lathrop, Evelyn Laye, Linda Lee, Andy Love, Harry Murray (as "The Debonaires"), Jessica Pepper, Jack Richards, Lee Stephenson, Ralph Sumpter, Ward Tallman, Jack Voeth, Bob Wacker, Charles Walters, Bunny Waters. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

The Band Wagon (1931). Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Book by George S. Kaufman and Howard Dietz'. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson. Costume Design by Kiviette and Constance Ripley. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Directed by Hassard Short. New Amsterdam Theatre: 3 Jun 1931- 16 Jan 1932 (260 performances). Cast: Adele Astaire,,Fred Astaire (in "Sweet Music"/For Good Old Nectar/"Hoops" as "Simpson Cater"/The Pride of Claghornes/"New Sun in the Sky"/"I Love Louisa"/"The Beggar Waltz"/Dance/"White Heat"/The Demonstrator/Pour La Bain), John Barker, Helen Broderick, Helen Carrington, Philip Loeb, Tillie Losch, Frank Morgan (as "Col. Jefferson Claghorne"), Francis Pierlot (as "Ely Cater"), Roberta Robinson, Jay Wilson. Produced by Max Gordon.

(1930). Stage Play: Three's a Crowd. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Material by Howard Dietz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. With sketches by Groucho Marx Fred Allen, William B. Miles, Laurence Schwab, Corey Ford, Arthur Sheekman and Hazel Flynn. Directed by Hassard Short. Selwyn Theatre: 15 Oct 1930- Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/272 performances). Cast: Fred Allen, Joan Clement, Marybeth Conoly, Wally Coyle, Rene Du Plessis, Tamara Geva, Portland Hoffa, Libby Holman, Alan Jones, Parcy Launders, Margaret Lee, Fred MacMurray (as one of 'The California Collegians"), Harold Moffet, Herb Montei, Earl Oxford, Amy Revere, Clifton Webb, Lou Wood. Produced by Max Gordon. Note: Show was one of the biggest hits of the dismal 1930-31 season, closing after 272 performances in June, 1931. Historically significant as introducing balcony spotlighting instead of footlights, a technique soon adopted universally on Broadway.

The Show is On (1937). Musical revue (return engagement). Sketches by David Freedman. "Mr. Gielgud Passes By" by Moss Hart. Music mostly by Vernon Duke. Lyrics mostly by Ted Fetter. Additional music by Hoagy Carmichael, Arthur Schwartz, George Gershwin, Harold Arlen, Herman Hupfeld, Will Irwin and Richard Rodgers. Additional lyrics by Stanley Adams, Howard Dietz, Ira Gershwin, E.Y. Harburg, Herman Hupfeld, Norman Zeno and Lorenz Hart. Music orchestrated by Gordon Jenkins. Additional orchestrations by Robert Russell Bennett and Hans Spialek. Production Design by Vincente Minnelli. Conducted by Gordon Jenkins. Conceived by Vincente Minnelli. Sketches directed by Edward C. Lilley. Choreographed by Robert Alton. "Casanova" choreographed by Harry Losee. Directed by Vincente Minnelli. Winter Garden Theatre: 16 Sep 1937- 2 Oct 1937 (17 performances). Cast: Marion Allen, Gene Ashley, Mildred Baker, Muriel Baker, Jack Barrett, Hazel Boffinger, Kenneth Bostock, Charles Bowers, Letitia Bring, Edward Browne, Mary Ann Carr, Andre Charise, Roy Cropper (as "Now" Performer/By Strauss" Performer), John Edwards, Hugh Ellsworth, John Englert, Jack Good, Jack C. Grey, Pearl Harris, Robert Herring, Eugene Howard, Willie Howard, Vivian Howe, Barbara Hunter, Rose King, Jerrie Koban, Terry Lawlor (as "The Show is On" Performer/"Now" Performer/"Casanova" Performer/"Long As You've Got Your Health" Performer/Eliza/Cakewalk/"By Strauss" Performer), Lyda Sue Leeds (as "What Has He Got?" Performer/"Long as You've Got Your Health" Dancer/"By Strauss" Dancer/"Little Old Lady" Performer"), Arnold Lenhart, Dave Mallen, Jack McCauley, John McCauley, Gertrude Medwin, Evelyn Mills, Jean Moorehead, Della Muir, Marion Murray, Gifford Nash, Paul Owen, Mischa Pompianov, Harry Rogue, Polly Rose, Richard Satterfield, Ruth Scheim, Clare Scott, Laurie Shevlin, Marcella Swanson, Peggy Thomas, Demetrios Vilan, Mildred Webb (as "Ophelia/Prologue/"Now" Dancer/The Modern Girl/Casanova"), Duke Williams, Chic York. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

The Show is On (1936). Musical revue. Sketches by David Freedman; "Mr. Gielgud Passes By" by Moss Hart. Music mostly by Vernon Duke. Lyrics mostly by Ted Fetter. Additional music by Hoagy Carmichael, Arthur Schwartz, George Gershwin, Harold Arlen, Herman Hupfeld, Will Irwin and Richard Rodgers. Additional lyrics by Stanley Adams, Howard Dietz, Ira Gershwin, E.Y. Harburg, Herman Hupfeld, Norman Zeno and Lorenz Hart. Music orchestrated by Gordon Jenkins. Additional orchestrations by Robert Russell Bennett and [error]. Production Design by Vincente Minnelli. Conceived by Vincente Minnelli. Sketches directed by Edward C. Lilley. Choreographed by Robert Alton. "Casanova" choreographed by Harry Losee. Directed by Vincente Minnelli. Winter Garden Theatre: 25 Dec 1936- 17 Jul 1937 (236 performances). Cast: Marion Allen, Vera Allen (as "Desdemona"), Gene Ashley, Gracie Barrie, Hazel Boffinger, Kenneth Bostock, Roy Campbell's Continentals, Mary Ann Carr, Marie Carroll, Andre Charise, Dorothy Daly, Doris Donaldson, Helen Ecklund, Hugh Ellsworth, Peggy Gallimore, Reginald Gardiner (as "Shakespeare"), Paul Haakon, Pearl Harris, Irene Kelly, Jerrie Koban, Bert Lahr (as "Ronald Taylor"), Jane Lane, Beatrice Lillie (as "Go Go Benuti"), Mitzi Mayfair, June McNulty, Gertrude Medwin, Jean Moorehead, Marion Murray, Gifford Nash, Fred Nay, Mortimer O'Brien, Paul Owen, Mary Phillips, Mischa Pompianov, Ralph Riggs, Harry Rogue, Polly Rose, Richard Satterfield, Robert Shafer, Sherry Stuart, Evelyn Thawl, Willem Van Loon, Charles Waters, Mildred Webb, Duke Williams. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1929) He was an assistant writer for Ronald Jeans and Douglas Furber's revue, "R.S.V.P.", at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Helen Burnell, Irene Russell, Bobbie Comber, Robert Naylor and Ivor McLaren. Ivor Novello and Vivian Ellis were also writers.

Stars In Your Eyes (1939). Musical comedy. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Material by J.P. McEvoy [final Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Music orchestrated by Donald J. Walker, Hans Spialek and Al Goodman. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Directed by Joshua Logan. Majestic Theatre: 9 Feb 1939- 27 May 1939 (127 performances). Cast: Jimmy Durante (as "Bill"), Ethel Merman (as "Jeanette Adair"), Richard Carlson (as "John Blake"), Mildred Natwick (as "Bess"), Tamara Toumanova, Anthony Albert, Alicia Alonso, Fernando Alonso, Paul Alvin, Savva Andreieff, Richard Barbee, Walter Cassel, Gloria Clare, Peggy Conrad, Ambrose Costello, Davis Cunningham, Dan Dailey, Natasha Dana, Maria De Galanta, Sandy Dietz, Jane Everett, Basil Galahoff, Ted Gary, Dwight Godwin, Gail Grant, Marion Haynes, Thekla Horn, Johanne Hoven, Marjorie Johnstone, Edward Kane, Maria Karniloff, Nora Kaye, George Kiddon, Kathryn Mayfield, Rennie McEvoy, David Morris, Russel Protopoff, Frances Rands, Richard Reed, Audrey Reynolds, Newcombe Rice, Jerome Robbins (as "Gentleman of the Ballet"), Dawn Roland, Phyllis Roque, Robert Ross, Robert Shanley, Roger Stearns, Olga Suarez, Clinton Sundberg, Margaret Vasilieff, Walter Wagner, Mary Wickes (as "Voice Coach"), Mary Jane Williams, Nancy Wiman. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1951). Stage Play: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Musical. Written by Betty Smith and George Abbott. Based on the novel by Betty Smith. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Music arranged by Joe Glover and Robert Russell Bennett. Musical Director: Max Goberman. Ballet Music Arranged by Oscar Kosarin. Musical Supervisor: Jay Blackton. Choreographed by Herbert Ross. Uncredited show doctoring by Jerome Robbins. General Stage Manager: Robert E. Griffith. Stage Manager: Terence Little. Assistant Stage Mgr: Kenneth Utt and John Mooney. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. Assistant to Miss Sharaff: Florence Klotz. Wig Design by Alfred Barris. Directed by George Abbott. Alvin Theatre: 19 Apr 1951- 8 Dec 1951 (267 performances). Cast: Shirley Booth (as "Cissy"), Johnny Johnston (as "Johnny Nolan"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Harry"), Nomi Mitty (as "Francie") [final Broadway role], Marcia Van Dyke (as "Katie") [Broadway debut], Lou Wills Jr. (as "Petey"), Ruth Amos (as "Mae"), Elaine Barrow (as "Singer"), Marta Becket (as "Girl in Mae's Place/Dancer"), Jordan Bentley (as "Aloysius"), Val Buttignol (as "Dancer"), Joe Calvan (as "Allie"), Claudia Campbell (as "Annie"), Art Carroll (as "Salesman/Singer"), William Carson (as "Singer"), Terry Castagna (as "Singer"), John Connoughton (as "Child"), Jane Copeland (as "Girl in Mae's Place/Singer"), Harland Dixon (as "Old Clothes Man/Judge"), Donn Driver (as "Dancer"), Donald Duerr (as "Edgie/Child"), Celine Flanagan (as "Maudie/Child"), Johnny Ford (as "Singer"), Alan Gilbert (as "Hick"), Jeanne Grant (as "Singer"), Dody Heath (as "Hildy"), Joan Kibrig (as "Girl in Mae's Place/Singer"), Albert Linville (as "Swanswine"), Buzzie Martin (as "Child"), Howard Martin (as "Junior/Child"), James McCracken (as "Singer"), Iona McKenzie (as "Girl in Mae's Place/Dancer"), Patti Milligan (as "Child"), John Mooney (as "Singer"), David Newman (as "Dancer"), Janet Parker (as "Florence"), Billy Parsons (as "Willie"), Beverly Purvin (as "Della/Girl in Mae's Place/Singer"), Frank Seabolt (as "Dancer"), Mary Statz (as "Girl in Mae's Place/Dancer"), Kenneth Utt (as "Singer"), Marc West (as "Dancer"), Bruno Wick (as "Max"), Eleanor Williams (as "Singer"), Roland Wood (as "Moriarty"), Doris Wright (as "Dancer"). Understudies: Elaine Barrow (as "Katie"), Art Carroll (as "Aloysius"), Jane Copeland (as "Mae"), Donn Driver (as "Allie/Judge/Petey"), Marie Foster (as "Cissy"), Alan Gilbert (as "Johnny Nolan"), Patti Milligan (as "Francie"), Beverly Purvin (as "Hildy") and Kenneth Utt (as "Harry/Moriarty"). Replacement actors: Delbert Anderson (as "Singer"), Claudia Campbell (as "Girl in Mae's Place/Singer"), Dorothy Hill (as "Dancer/Girl in Mae's Place"), Joan Kibrig (as "Annie"), Patti Milligan (as "Florence"), Janet Parker (as "Child"), Dick Price (as "Dancer"), Isabel Price (as "Mae"), Feodore Tedick (as "Singer"), Beverly Jane Welch (as "Singer"). Produced by George Abbott. Produced in association with Robert Fryer. Note: Previously filmed as A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945).

(1948). Stage Play: Inside U.S.A. [A New Musical Revue]. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Sketches by Arnold Auerbach, Moss Hart and Arnold B. Horwitt. Suggested by the book by John Gunther. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Incidental Music for Dances by Genevieve Pitot. Additional Sketch Material by Arnold Auerbach. Musical Conducted by Jay Blackton. Production Design by Lemuel Ayers. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Helen Tamiris. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. New Century Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 23 Sep 1948- close): 30 Apr 1948- 19 Feb 1949 (399 performances). Cast: Jack Haley (as "Mr. Jones/Mr. Bemis/Singer/3rd Couple/Professor"), Beatrice Lillie (as "Pittsburgh Choral Society Choral Director/Miss Twitchell/Mme. Lapis de Lazuli/Massachusetts Mermaid/3rd Couple/Gladys, Mary Shelton's maid"), Rod Alexander (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Dancer/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Student Waiter/Detective/Prosecuting Attorney"), Talley Beatty (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Jury Member"), Valerie Bettis (as "Dancer/Tiger Lily"), Mary Lou Boyd (as "Ensemble in Wyoming"), Beverlee Bozeman (as "Mary, the daughter/Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Thelma Carpenter (as "Singer"), Jack Cassidy (as "A Swain/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Michael Charnley (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Jury Member"), Ronald Chetwood (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Captain of Waiters/Defense Attorney"), Jacqueline Fisher (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble in Chicago"), Court Fleming (as "Student Waiter/Ensemble in Chicago"), Bob Hamilton (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs"), Robert Hamilton (as "Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Detective/Jury Member"), Holly Harris (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Diner's Companion/Ensemble in Chicago"), Jim Hawthorne (as "2nd Couple/A Swain/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Randell Henderson (as "The Stage Manager"), Alfred Homan (as "A Swain/Ensemble in Chicago/Ensemble in New Mexico"), Pat Horn (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Chicago"), Norma Larkin (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Jane Lawrence (as "Mrs. Jones/1st Couple/Girl Diner/Mary Shelton/Ensemble in New Mexico"), William LeMassena (as "3rd Pollster/Hotel Manager/A Butler/Ticket Seller/The Girl Diner's Escort/Ensemble in Chicago/Ensemble in New Mexico"), Estelle Loring (as "Lottie, the maid/Singer/2nd Couple/Bride") [final Broadway role], Mara Lynn (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago") [Broadway debut], Dorothy MacNeill (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble in Wyoming"), Joan Mann (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Girl/Ensemble in Wyoming/Jury Member"), J.C. McCord (as "The Dancer's Friend/Dancer/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Cowboy with Rope/Ensemble in Wyoming/Detective/Jury Member"), Nanon Millis (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Chicago"), John Mooney (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Betty Nichols (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Chicago"), Louis Nye [credited as Lewis Nye] (as "2nd Pollster/Bellboy/Peter Ilyitch Tschaikowsky/Herman/Ensemble in New Mexico"), Hilde Palmer (as "Diner's Companion/Ensemble in New Mexico"), Albert Popwell (as "Dancer/Ensemble at Mardi Gras"), Richard Reed (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Student Waiter/Detective/Ensemble in Chicago"), George Reich (AS "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Dancer/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Student Waiter/Ensemble in Chicago"), Thomas Reider (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/A Swain/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Carl Reiner (as "1st Pollster/Prof. Poultergeist/Frederic Chopin/Man/Another Diner/Minister/Judge/Ensemble in New Mexico") [Broadway debut], Ricky Riccardi (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Chicago"), Michael Risk (as "A Swain/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Boris Runanin (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Student Waiter/Jury Member"), Dorothy Scott (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Sherry Shadburne (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Herb Shriner (as "A Feller from Indiana"), Raymond Stephens (as "1st Couple/A Swain/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), Gloria Stevens (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Wyoming/Ensemble in Chicago"), John Tyers (as "Franz Liszt/Singer/Groom"), Eric Victor (as "Caller/Doctor Zilmore"), Royce Wallace (as "Ensemble at Churchill Downs/Ensemble at Mardi Gras/Ensemble in Chicago"). Understudy: Paula Laurence (as "3rd Couple/Gladys/Massachusetts Mermaid/Miss Twitchell/Mme. Lapis de Lazuli/Pittsburgh Choral Society Choral Director"). Produced by Arthur Schwartz.

(1934). Stage Play: Revenge With Music. Musical. Book by Howard Dietz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Music by Arthur Schwartz. A variation on the old Spanish folk tale "El Sombrero de Tres Picos" by Pedro A. de Alarcon. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Conducted by Max Meth. General Stage Manager: E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan. Dance ensembles by Michael Mordkin. Directed by Theodore Komisarjevsky. New Amsterdam Theatre: 28 Nov 1934- 27 Apr 1935 (158 performances). Cast: Libby Holman, Georges Metaxa (as "Carlos, The Miller"), Charles Winninger, Joseph Macaulay (as "Alonzo, Doorman at the Official Residence"), Helen Arden, Walter Armin (as "Salvador, A Bailiff"), Beatrice Berens, Gertrude Berggren, Marcus Blechman, Geraldine Bork, Andre Charise, Ilka Chase, Natalia Danesi, Margaret Daum, Frank Davenport, Marguerite De Anguera, Nunez de Polanco, Madeline de Souter, Bertha Donn (as "Juanita, Dona Isabella's Maid"), Tamara Doriva, John Dunbar, William Elliott, Frances Farnsworth, Raoul Fernandez, David Friedkin, Ernestine Henoch, Hernandez Brothers, Eleanor King, George Kirk, Ada Korvin, Marion Lawrence, Margaret Lee, Tom Long, Earle MacVeigh, Gene Martel, Paul Mathis, Rex O'Malley (as "Pablo"), Rosita Ortega, Harry Pick, Detmar Poppen (as "Miguel Rodriguez, The Mayor"), Frances Reid, Hyla Roberts, Charles Scanlon, Ivy Scott, Sidney Stark, George Thornton, Rowan Tudor, Omero Valencia, Bianca Volland, Eleanor Waldon, Herman Weiner, Cliff Whitcombe, Jay Wilson, Molly Wood, Paula Yasgour, Imogene Coca. Produced by Archibald Selwyn and Harold B. Franklin.


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