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(1956- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1956). Stage Play: Child of Fortune. Drama. Written by Guy Bolton. Based on "The Wings of the Dove" by Henry James. Scenic Design and Lighting by Robert O'Hearn. Directed by Jed Harris [final Broadway credit]. Royale Theatre: 13 Nov 1956- 1 Dec 1956 (23 performances). Cast: Bert Bertram (as "Bennett"), Anthony Di Palazzo (as "Eugenio"), Stafford Dickens (as "Sir Luke Strett, M.D."), Mildred Dunnock (as "Susan Shepherd"), Mary Foskett (as "Bianca"), Martyn Green (as "Lionel Croy"), Norah Howard (as "Mrs. Lowder"), Peter Pagan (as "Lord Marcus Annersley"), Edmund Purdom (as "Richard Denning"), Pippa Scott (as "Milly Temple") [Broadway debut], Betsy von Furstenberg (as "Kate Croy"). Produced by Jed Harris.

(1957). Stage Play: Miss Lonelyhearts. Drama. Written by Howard Teichmann, from the novel by Nathanael West. Scenic and Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Alan Schneider. Music Box Theatre: 3 Oct 1957- 12 Oct 1957 (12 performances). Cast: Irene Dailey, Maurice Ellis, Henderson Forsythe, William Hickey (as "Goldsmith"), Jo Anna March, Anne Meara (as "Sick-of-it-All"), Dan Morgan, Pat O'Brien (as "William Spain") [final Broadway role], Marian Reardon, Pippa Scott (as "Betty"), Janet Ward, Ruth Warrick, Fritz Weaver (as "A Boy"). Produced by Lester Osterman Jr. and Alfred R. Glancy Jr. Notes: O'Brien appeared on "What's My Line?" (1950) on the Sunday following the play's close as the celebrity guest. There were allusions to the production's failure and wishes to see him in another Broadway play soon (he never again appeared on Broadway). (2) Filmed by Dore Schary Productions [distributed by United Artists] as Lonelyhearts (1958).

(1961). Unsold pilot: Appeared in a pilot for an adventure series called "Beach Front" featuring Keefe Brasselle as a man hired to frighten away Miami's crooks and scoundrels.


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