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  • Was a spokesperson and did many television commercials for Italian Swiss Colony Wine in the 1950s and 1960s.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The White-Headed Boy. Comedy. Written by Lennox Robinson. Cast: Maureen Delany (as "Mrs. Geoghegan"), Norah Desmond (as "Kate"), Christine Hayden (as "Hannah"), Harry Hutchinson (as "Peter"), Suzanne McKernan (as "Jane"), Sydney Morgan (as "George"), Gertrude Murphy (as "Delia"), Marie O'Neill (as "Aunt Ellen"), John O'Rourke (as "Donough Brosman"), Arthur Shields (as "Denis"), Arthur Sinclair (as "John Duffy"), Maire Slade (as "Baby"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Note: Adapted for UK TV [BBC] in 1951 (interestingly co-starring Carroll O'Connor as "Donagh Brosnan" [also marking his TV debut]) and as an episode of Armchair Theatre [UK] telecast on 14 Jul 1957.
  • (1937) Stage Play: The Far-off Hills. Comedy (revival). Written by Lennox Robinson. Ambassador Theatre: 11 Oct 1937- Nov 1937 (closing date unknown/47 performances). Cast: P.J. Carolan, May Craig, Eileen Crowe, Kate Curling, Maureen Delany, Michael J. Dolan, F.J. McCormick, Austin Meldon, Frolie Hulhern, Aideen O'Connor, Arthur Shields. Produced by The Abbey Theatre; Produced in association with Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1932) Stage Play: The Far-off Hills. Comedy. Written by Lennox Robinson. Martin Beck Theatre: 18 Oct 1932- Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: P.J. Carolan, May Craig, Eileen Crowe, Kate Curling, Maureen Delany, Michael J. Dolan, Barry Fitzgerald (as "Oliver O'Shaughnessy"), F.J. McCormick, Ria Mooney, Arthur Shields. Produced by The Abbey Theatre Irish Players.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Drama at Inish. Comedy. Written by Lennox Robinson. John Golden Theatre: 14 Nov 1934- Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/3 performances/This production played in repertory with Juno and the Paycock, The Plough and the Stars, The New Gossoon, The Far-off Hills, Look at the Heffernans, The Shadow of the Glen, The Playboy of the Western World, Church Street, The Resurrection, The Coiner, The Well of the Saints, Kathleen Houlihan, Riders to the Sea, Spring). Cast: P.J. Carolan, May Craig, Eileen Crowe, Maureen Delany, Michael J. Dolan, Barry Fitzgerald (as "John Hegarty"), F.J. McCormick, Frolie Mulhern, Aideen O'Connor, Denis O'Dea, W. O'Gorman, Arthur Shields, Udolphus Wright. Presented by Elbert A. Wickes. Produced by The Abbey Theatre Irish Players.
  • (1937) Stage Play: The Far-off Hills. Comedy (revival). Written by Lennox Robinson. John Golden Theatre: 14 Nov 1934 (1 performance/production played in repertory with Juno and the Paycock, The Plough and the Stars, The New Gossoon, Drama at Inish, Look at the Heffernans, The Shadow of the Glen, The Playboy of the Western World, Church Street, The Resurrection, The Coiner, The Well of the Saints, Kathleen Houlihan, Riders to the Sea, Spring). Cast: P.J. Carolan, May Craig, Eileen Crowe, Kate Curling, Maureen Delany, Michael J. Dolan, Barry Fitzgerald (as "Oliver O'Shaughnessy"), F.J. McCormick, Ria Mooney, Arthur Shields. Presented by Elbert A. Wickes. Produced by The Abbey Theatre Irish Players.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Church Street. Comedy (revival). Written by Lennox Robinson. John Golden Theatre: 19 Nov 1934 (1 performance/production played in repertory with The Far Off Hills, Juno and the Paycock, The Plough and the Stars, The New Gossoon, Drama at Inish, Look at the Heffernans, The Shadow of the Glen, The Playboy of the Western World, The Resurrection, The Coiner, The Well of the Saints, Kathleen Houlihan, Riders to the Sea, Spring). Cast: P.J. Carolan, May Craig, Eileen Crowe, Maureen Delany, Michael J. Dolan, Barry Fitzgerald (as "Joseph Riordan"), Danny Malone, F.J. McCormick, Aideen O' Connor, Dennis O'Dea, Alma Schirmer, Arthur Shields, Joan Sullivan. Presented by Elbert A. Wickes. Produced by The Abbey Theatre Irish Players.
  • (1937) Stage Play: Drama at Inish. Comedy (revival). Written by Lennox Robinson. Ambassador Theatre: 13 Dec 1937- Dec 1937 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: P.J. Carolan, May Craig, Eileen Crowe, Maureen Delany, Joseph Linnane, F.J. McCormick, Austin Meldon, Ria Mooney, Frolie Mulhern, Aideen O'Connor, Dennis O'Dea, Arthur Shields, Udolphus Wright. Presented by Elbert A. Wickes. Produced by The Abbey Theatre Irish Players.
  • (1918) Stage Play: The Voice of McConnell. Comedy. Written by George M. Cohan. Music by George M. Cohan. Lyrics by George M. Cohan. Musical Director: George Lydwig. Additional music by Ernest R. Ball, Chauncey Olcott, Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders. Additional lyrics by Rida Johnson Young and Richard W. Pascoe. Directed by Sam Forrest and George M. Cohan. Manhattan Opera House: 25 Dec 1918- 18 Jan 1919 (30 performances). Cast: Constance Beaumar (as "Miss Collinsby"), Alice Chapin (as "Mrs. Dwight McNamara"), Roy Cochrane (as "Hendricks"), Harold De Becker (as "Douglas Graham"), Bert Dunlap (as "Mr. Smithers"), Edward Fielding (as "J. Austin Severard"), Agnes Gildea (as "Miss Hemingway"), Fletcher Harvey (as "Mr. Jackson"), Mae Jennings (as "Miss Drake/Guest"), Gilda Leary (as "Evelyn McNamara"), Edna Leslie (as "Miss Giles"), Elsie Lyding (as "Susan"), Wilda Maria Moore (as "Miss Embree"), Edward O'Connor (as "Barry"), Chauncey Olcott (as "Tom O'Connell"), Ruth Price (as "Guest/Miss Copeland"), Arthur Shields (as "Bell Boy/Guest"), Richard Tabor (as "Harry McNamara"), David V. Wall (as "Mr. Sullivan"), H.P. Woodley (as "Waiter"). Produced by Cohan & Harris.

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