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(1928- 1963). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1928). Stage Play: Jarnegan. Written by Charles Beahan and Garrett Fort. Based on the novel by Jim Tully. Directed by Richard Bennett. Longacre Theatre: 24 Sep 1928- Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: Guido Alexander (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Mabel Allyn (as "Mrs. Crossman"), Edith Arnold (as "Cherry Lindal"), Hooper L. Atchley (as "Nathan Leedman"), James H. Bell (as "Jimmy Fallon"), Joan Bennett (as "Daisy Carol") [Broadway debut], Richard Bennett (as "Jack Jarnegan"), S.K. Benyon (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Elmer Berlab (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Peggy Blair (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Eleanor Cabot (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Robert Cain (as "Edward Bernard"), Eddie Court (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Mindelle D'Or (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Louise Dear (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Claudia Delys (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Lucy Dietz (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Moss Fleisig (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Velma Forrest (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Lillian Gibson (as "Dancer"), Wynne Gibson (as "Pauline Clare"), Violet Gray (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Maynard Holmes (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Betty James (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Betty Jordan (as "Maid"), Beatrice Kay (as "Velma"), Jack Klendon (as "Herb"), Sam Levene (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Marian Martin (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Dennie Moore (as "Sally"), Margaret Mower (as "Dorothy Chester"), Helen Nafe (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Robert B. Nelson (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Henry O'Neill (as "Patsy Brady"), Polly Peyton (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Frank Terry [credited as Walter Plinge] (as "Watchman"), Angela Raigh (as "Nurse"), Jack Reiger (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Frank Ross (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Frederick Rudin (as "Guest at Leedman's Party "), Harry Schaefer (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Renee Shepard (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Lionel Stander (as "Guest at Leedman's Party") [Broadway debut], Ruthelma Stevens (as "Alice Toren"), James R. Waters (as "Jacob Isaacs"), Ralph Willard (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"), Dorothy Young (as "Guest at Leedman's Party"). Produced by Charles K. Gordon and Paul Streger.

(1928). Stage Play: Singing Jailbirds. Drama. Written by Upton Sinclair. Directed by Emjo Basshe. Provincetown Playhouse: 6 Dec 1928- Feb 1929 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: Herbert Bergman (as "Joe Gunther"), Fred Boardley, Charlotte Buchwald, Grover Burgess (as "Red Adams"), Lionel Ferrend, Edmund Forde, Nellie Gray, Donal Harrington, Douglas Krantzor, Charles Kuhn (as "The Dominie"), Samuel Schneider, Lionel Stander (as "Pete"), Doris E. Troutman. Produced by The Provincetown Players.

(1929). Stage Play: The Game of Love and Death. Drama. Written by Romain Rolland as translated by Eleanor Stimson Brooks. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Guild Theatre: 15 Nov 1929- Jan 1930 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Alice Brady (as "Sophie de Courvoisier"), Frank Conroy (as "Jerome de Courvoisier"), Clinton Corwin (as "Other in the Play"), Frank De Silva (as "Other in the Play"), William Earle (as "Doucin") [final Broadway role], Paul Farber (as "Other in the Play"), Henry Fonda (as "Other in the Play") [Broadway debut], Anita Fugazy (as "Chloris Soucy"), Leopoldo Gutierrez (as "Other in the Play"), Charles Henderson (as "Crapart"), Daniel Joseph (as "Other in the Play"), Lizbeth Kennedy (as "Peau d'Ane"), Otto Kruger (as "Claude Vallee"), P. Lapouchin (as "Other in the Play"), Charles C. Leatherbee (as "Other in the Play"), Hughie Mack (as "Other in the Play"), Robert Norton (as "Timoleon"), Sidney Paxton (as "Denis Bayot"), Frank Petrie (as "Fifer"), Claude Rains, Katherine Randolph (as "Other in the Play"), Lionel Stander (as "Other in the Play"), Laura Straub (as "Lodoiska Cerizier"), Mike Wagman (as "Other in the Play"), J.E. Whiffen (as "Other in the Play"), Alan Willey (as "Horace Bouchet"), Kitty Wilson (as "Other in the Play"), Irwin Young (as "Drummer"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1929). Stage Play: Red Rust. Drama. Written by V. Kirchon and Alexander N. Ouspensky. Material adapted by Virginia Vernon and Frank Vernon. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman. Martin Beck Theatre: 17 Dec 1929- Feb 1930 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Luther Adler, Albert Angell, Curtis Arnall, Virginia Berry, Herbert J. Biberman, William Challee, Ruth Chorpenning, Harry M. Cooke, Thomas Fisher, Florence House, Spenser Kimbell, Joseph Kleima, Boris Korlin, Ruth Nelson, Charles Peyton, Helen Plaut, Ackland Powell, Lizzie Rechelle, George F. Shoemaker, Gale Sondergaard, Lionel Stander (as "Bezborodov"), Eunice Stoddard, Lee Strasberg (as "Pimples"), Elliot Sullivan, George Tobias (as "Lutikov"), Franchot Tone (as "Fedor"), Frank Verigun, Harry Wilson. Produced by the Theatre Guild.

(1931). Stage Play: The House Beautiful. Drama.

(1933). Stage Play: Little Ol' Boy. Drama. Written by Albert Bein. Directed by Joseph Losey. Playhouse Theatre: 24 Apr 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Lew Amster (as "Boy"), Warren Bryan (as "Johnny Hamilton"), John Drew Colt (as "Roy Wells"), Edward Craven (as "Pieface"), Leo Curley (as "Mr. Leach"), Henry De Koven (as "Boy"), Muni Diamond (as "Ed Sweet"), Randolph Echols (as "Wagon-Driver"), Tom Fadden (as "Dewey Hunter"), Jimmy Fallon (as "Enoch Bryant"), Alex Ferency (as "Boy"), Thomas Fischer (as "Horsethief"), Otto Frederick (as "Smithy"), Saul Gellis (as "Boy"), Ara Gerald (as "Hyacinth"), Harold Grau (as "Carrol"), Jack Howard (as "Penitentiary Guard"), Garson Kanin [Broadway debut] (as "Tommy Deal"), Fred Kaufman (as "Boy"), Josef Lazarovici (as "Ossie Prater"), Roy Le May (as "Little Deadman"), George Leland (as "Boy"), William Lynn (as "Mr. Sanger"), Joseph McGarrity (as "Jimmy Green"), Burgess Meredith (as "Red Barry"), Coleman Norton (as "Tall Boy"), Edwin Philips (as "Robert Lockert"), Charles Powers (as "Brownie"), Richard Segal (as "Pee Wee"), Lionel Stander (as "Chock"), Frankie Thomas (as "Possum"), Boris Vodeski (as "Boy"), Crane Whitley [credited as Clem Wilenchick] (as "Monitor"), Joe Zito (as "Boy"). Produced by Henry Hammond Inc.

(1933). Stage Play: The Drums Begin. Drama.

(1934). Stage Play: The Wooden Slipper. Written and directed by Samson Raphaelson. Ritz Theatre: 3 Jan 1934- Jan 1934 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Ross Alexander (as "Andre"), Ruth Altman, Clarence Bellair, Alice Belmore-Cliffe, M.H. Bender, Dorothy Drake, Richard Enbach, Dorothy Hall, John Halloran, Marjorie Hollis, Jonatha Jones, Cecilia Loftus (as "Adele Zigurny"), Montagu Love (as "Otto Zigurny"), Hale Norcross (as "Alexander Dudot"), John Philliber (as "Albert"), Alice Reinheart, Lionel Stander (as "Mortimer Pavlicek"), Mortimer H. Weldon. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

Productions other than Broadway [list likely incomplete]:

The Conquering Hero (1961). Musical.

(1952). Stage Play: Pal Joey. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Book by John O'Hara. Special orchestrations by Don Walker. Musical Director: Max Meth. Ballet arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Original orchestrations by Hans Spialek. Broadhurst Theatre: 3 Jan 1952- 18 Apr 1953 (540 performances). Cast: Harold Lang (as "Joey Evans"), Vivienne Segal (as "Vera Simpson"), Helen Gallagher (as "Gladys Bumps"), Lionel Stander (as "Ludlow Lowell"), Harry Asmus (as "Dancer"), Eleanor Boleyn (as "Sandra/Dancer"), Lewis Bolyard (as "Louis, The Tenor"), Bonnie Brae (as "Dancer"), Hank Brunjes (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Phyllis Dorne (as "Mickey/Dancer"), Eleanor Fairchild (as "Dancer"), Robert Fortier (as "Victor"), Jean Goodall (as "Dancer"), Clarke Gordon (as "Stage Manager"), T.J. Halligan (as "Commissioner O'Brien"), Peter Holmes (as "Dancer"), Patty Ann Jackson (as "Dancer"), Lynn Joelson (as "Dottie/Dancer"), Helene Keller (as "Dancer"), Frances Krell (as "Diane/Dancer"), Ray Kyle (as "Dancer"), Ina Learner (as "Dancer/Janet"), Ethel Martin (as "Dancer/Fraser"), George Martin (as "Waiter/Dancer"), June McCain (as "Dancer"), Buzz Miller (as "Dancer"), David Neuman (as "Dancer"), Barbara Nichols (as "Valerie"), Pat Northrop (as "Linda English"), Gloria O'Malley (as "Francine/Dancer"), Gordon Peters (as "Ernest"),Barry Ryan (as "Delivery Boy"), Stanley Simmons (as "Dancer"), Elaine Stritch (as "Melba Snyder"), Thelma Tadlock (as "Amarilla/Dancer"), Rita Tanno (as "Adele/Dancer"), Norma Thornton (as "Dancer"), George Vosburgh (as "Dancer"), Janyce Ann Wagner (as "Agnes/Dancer"), Jack Waldron (as "Mike Spears"), Helen Wood (as "Kid"). Understudies: Reed Allyn (as "Commissioner O'Brien/Ernest"), Bob Fosse (as "Joey Evans"), T.J. Halligan (as "Mike Spears/The Tenor"), Patty Ann Jackson (as "Kid"), Lynn Joelson (as "Gladys Bumps") and David Neuman (as "Victor"). Replacement actors: Reed Allyn (as "Stage Manager"), Aleen Buchanan (as "Dancer"), Rita Charise (as "Dancer"), Jean Goodall (as "Sandra"), Jean Harris (as "Dancer"), Helene Keller (as "Dolores"), John Kheun (as "Delivery Boy"), Mary Martinet (as "Dancer"), Betty O'Neil (as "Melba Snyder"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), Carol Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Norma Thornton (as "Kid"), Nancy Walker (as "Gladys Bumps"). Understudies: Dick Bernie (as "Ludlow Lowell"), Aleen Buchanan (as "Melba Snyder"), Leonard Claret (as "Joey Evans"), Betty Gillett (as "Linda English"), Holly Harris (as "Vera Simpson"), Helene Keller (as "Valerie"). Produced by Jule Styne and Leonard Key. Produced in association with Anthony B. Farrell. Notes: 1) One of the most successful revivals of the 1950's. 2) Filmed by Essex-George Sidney Productions (for Columbia Pictures) as Pal Joey (1957).

Brooklyn, U.S.A.

(1939). Stage Play: Summer Night. Drama. Written by Vicki Baum and Benjamin Glazer. Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Lee Strasberg. St. James Theatre: 2 Nov 1939- 4 Nov 1939 (4 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Melvyn Lockhart"), Lyle Bettger (as "Doctor"), Martin Blaine (as "The Roving Reporter"), Harold Bolton (as "First Picket"), Leonard Bremen (as "Photographer"), Dortha Brinsfield (as "Marathon Couple"), Louis Calhern (as "John B. Bingham"), Lewis Charles (as "Pinkey"), Gage Clarke (as "George Cooper"), Clancy Cooper (as "Bartender"), Boyd Crawford (as "Pat"), Peter Cusanelli (as "Dance Judge"), Howard Da Silva (as "Speed"), Edmund Dorsey (as "Manager"), Eric Efron (as "Marathon Couple"), Herman Ergotti (as "The Littlest Man"), Helen Flint (as "Blanche Cooper"), Susan Fox (as "Ginger"), Charles Furcolowe (as "Second Picket"), Martin Greene (as "Marathon Couple"), Violet Heming (as "Marion Bingham"), Wilna Hervey (as "The Biggest Girl"), Adele Jerome (as "Marathon Couple"), Archie King (as "Marathon Couple"), Tony Kraber (as "Detective"), Peter Leeds (as "Marathon Couple"), Marion O'Brien (as "Nurse"), Robert Rhodes (as "Policeman"), Rita Rhoni (as "Mona"), Stephen Roberts (as "Marathon Couple"), Rebecca Rowen (as "Marathon Couple"), Polly Smiley (as "Marathon Couple"), Lionel Stander (as "Jake"), Guy Standing Jr. (as "Croupier"), Virginia Stevens (as "Nurse"), Sidney Stone (as "Barker"), Josephine Victor (as "Mama Rosario"). Produced by Lewis E. Gensler.

(1934). Stage Play: The Bride of Torozko. Comedy. Written by 'Otto Indig'. Material adapted by Ruth Langner. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Henry Miller's Theatre: 13 Sep 1934- Sep 1934 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Jean Arthur (as "Klari"), Genevieve Belasco, Harry M. Cooke, Don Costello, Van Heflin (as "Andreas") [disputed Broadway debut], Sam Jaffe (as "Herschkowitz"), Rose Keane, Victor Kilian (as "Mate"), Francis Pierlot (as "Comsa"), Lionel Stander (as "Stephan"), Frank Verigun. Produced by Gilbert Miller and Herman Shumlin.

(1928). Stage Play: The Final Balance. Tragedy/comedy. Written by David Pinski. Directed by Theodore Viehman. Provincetown Playhouse: 30 Oct 1928- Nov 1928 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Albert Angell (as "Townsperson"), E.J. Ballantine (as "The Merchant"), Samuel S. Bonnell (as "Fourth Agent/The Minister"), Alfred D. Brown (as "The Water-Carrier"), Virginia Dale (as "The Cousin"), William Franklin (as "The Moneylender"), Emily Graham (as "The Roomer's Wife"), Edward Gruber (as "First Agent"), Jean Kritzer (as "Townsperson"), Berne Lenrow (as "The Roomer"), Nina Melville (as "Townsperson"), Mary Michael (as "The Merchant's Wife"), George F. Shoemaker (as "Third Agent"), Lionel Stander [credited as Lionel Jay Stander] (as "A Laborer"), Genevieve Vevey (as "Townsperson"), Warren Winslow (as "The Mayor"), Lee Winter (as "Second Agent"). Produced by The Provincetown Players.

(1941). Stage Play: Banjo Eyes. Musical comedy. Music by Vernon Duke. Material by Joseph Quillan and Izzy Ellinson. Lyrics by John La Touche. Additional lyrics by Harold Adamson. Based on "Three Men on a Horse" by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. "We Did It Before" by Charles Tobias and Cliff Friend. Orchestrations supervised by Domenico Savino. Music arranged by Domenico Savino and Charles L. Cooke. Vocal arrangements by Buck Warnick. The De Marco's arrangements by Alan Moran. Featuring songs by George Sumner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Direction and Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Hollywood Theatre: 25 Dec 1941- 12 Apr 1942 (126 performances). Cast: Eddie Cantor (as "Erwin Trowbridge"), Ray Arnett, E.J. Blunkall, Betty Boyce, Norma Brown, Audrey Christie, June Clyde, Jimmy Corke, Kay Coulter, Ronnie Cunningham, Sally De Marco, Tony De Marco, Doris Dowling, Clark Eggleston, Carle Erbele, John Ervin, James Farrell, Florence Foster, Kate Friedlich, Chick Gagnon, Grace Gilren, Anne Graham, Arthur Grahl, Linda Griffeth, Miriam Gwinn, Ray Harrison, Doug Hawkins, Mitzi Haynes, Peggy Ann Holmes, Virginia Howe, Helene Hudson, Adele Jergens, Bill Johnson, Ray Johnson, Doris Kent, George Lovesee, Lynn, Royce, and Vanya, Lynn Malone, Rayford Malone, Joseph Malvin, Remi Martell, Ray Mayer, Morton Mayo (as "Banjo Eyes"), Virginia Mayo (as "Ginger, The Girl with "Banjo Eyes"), John McCord, Jack Nagle, Leona Olsen, George Richmond, Tina Rigat, Richard Rober, Sherry Shadburne, Phil Shafer, Billy Skipper, Jr., Puddy Smith, Lionel Stander (as "Patsy"), Jacqueline Susann (as "Miss Clark"), Shirl Thomas, Marie Vanneman, Mimi Walthers, Ray Weamer, Evelyn Weiss, Audrey Westphal, Tommy Wonder, Margie Young. Produced by Albert Lewis.


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