(????) Radio: Appeared (as "Henry Aldrich") in the series "Henry Aldrich".
(1931) Stage: Appeared in "Tom Sawyer" on Broadway
(1935). Stage Play: Three Men on a Horse. Comedy. Written by George Abbott
and John Cecil Holm
. Directed by George Abbott
. Playhouse Theatre (moved to Fulton Theatre in Nov 1936 to close): 30 Jan 1935- 9 Jan 1937 (835 performances). Cast: Joyce Arling (as "Audrey Trowbridge"), Shirley Booth
(as "Mabel"), Frank Camp, Teddy Hart
(as "Frankie"), Richard Huey
(as "Moses"), Garson Kanin
(as "Al"), James Lane, Sam Levene
(as "Patsy"), Willia Lynn, Millard Mitchell
(as "Charlie"), J. Ascher Smith, Susan Smithers, Edith Van Cleve
(as "Gloria"), Fleming Ward
(as "Clarence Dobbins"), Nick Wiger. Replacement actors: Jack Arnold (as "Al"), Gloria Blondell
(as "Hotel Maid"), Louise Campbell (as "Hotel Maid"), Edward Craven (as "Frankie"), Len Doyle (as "Patsy"), Clifford Dunston (as "Clarence Dobbins"), Kathleen Fitz (as "Gloria"), Ross Hertz (as "Frankie"), Ruth Lee (as "Mabel"), Kay Loring
(as "Audrey Trowbridge") [Broadway debut
], Horace McMahon
(as "Charlie"), Katherine Squire (as "Audrey Trowbridge"), Ezra Stone
(as "Al"). Produced by Alex Yokel
. Notes: (1): Filmed by First National Pictures (Warner Bros.) as Three Men on a Horse
(1936). (2) Theatre Owned by Brady Enterprises Inc. (William A. Brady
[who had no other involvement with production]).
(1935). Stage Play: Parade. Musical revue/satire. Sketches by Paul Peters, George Sklar
, Frank Gabrielson and David Lesan. Additional Sketches by Kyle Crichton, Michael Blankfort
, Alan Baxter
, Harold Johnsrud and Turner Bullock. Lyrics by Paul Peters, George Sklar and Kyle Crichton. Featuring songs with lyrics by Marc Blitzstein
, Emmanuel Eisenberg and Michael Blankfort. Featuring songs by Will Irwin
and Marc Blitzstein. Orchestral under the direction of Max Meth. Music orchestrated by Conrad Salinger
, Robert Russell Bennett
and David Raksin
. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Musical and Dance numbers supervised and staged by Robert Alton
. Dialogue staged by Philip Loeb
. Guild Theatre: 20 May 1935- 22 Jun 1935 (40 performances). Cast: George Ali, Edgar Allen, Wanda Allen, Avis Andrews, Eve Arden
(as "Mrs. Brown"), Ethel Axel, Ida Bildner, Charles D. Brown, Andre Charise, Stella Claussen, Miriam Curtis, Evelyn Dall, Mary Katherine Dougherty, Geoffrey Errett, Dorothy Fox, Robert Gray, Beverly Hosier, William Houston, Leon Janney
(as "Ronald"), Esther Junger, Grace Kaye, David Lawrence, Lois Leng, Joe Lennon, J. Elliott Leonard, David Lesan, Yisrol Libman, Norman Lind, Roger Logan, Robert Long, Vera Marche, Vera Marshe, Evelyn Monte, Lillian Moore, Melton Moore, Lulu Morris, Doris Newcomb, Earl Oxford, Susanne Remos, Ralph Riggs, Bradley Louis Roberts, Polly Rose, Jack Ross, Ruth Ross, Stella Sanders, Jimmy Savo, Ethel Selwyn, Irwin Shurack, Harry Smith, Ezra Stone
, Ernest Taylor, Eunice Thawl, Jerome Thor
, Jean Travers, Norman Van Emburgh, Charles Walters, John Weidler, Marguerite White. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
(1936). Stage Play: Brother Rat. Comedy. Written by John Monks Jr.
credit] and Fred F. Finklehoffe
credit]. All Musical Arrangements and Orchestra by Alexander Haas. Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins. Directed by George Abbott
. Biltmore Theatre: 16 Dec 1936- May 1938 (closing date unknown/577 performances). Cast: Eddie Albert
(as "Bing Edwards"), Frank Albertson
(as "Billy Randolph"), Carroll Ashburn
(as "Colonel Ramm"), Wyn Cahoon
(as "Joyce Winfree"), Richard Clark (as "Harley Harrington"), José Ferrer
(as "Dan Crawford"), Kathleen Fitz
(as "Kate Rice"), Robert Foulk
(as "A. Furman Townsend, Jr."), Anna Franklin (as "Jenny"), Robert Griffith (as "'Tripod' Andrews"), David Hoffman (as "Slim"), 'Lamar King' (as "Member of the Guard"), Gerard Lewis (as "'Newsreel' Scott"), Mary Mason (as "Claire Ramm"), James Monks (as "Member of the Guard"), Robert O'Donovan (as "Member of the Guard"), Curtis Burnley Railing (as "Mrs. Brooks"), Ezra Stone
(as "'Mistol' Bottome"), Walter Wagner (as "Member of the Guard"), 'Vincent York' (as "Lieutenant "Lace Drawers" Rogers"). Produced by George Abbott. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as Brother Rat
(1938). Stage Play: What a Life. Comedy.
(1940). Stage Play: Reunion in New York. Musical revue.
(1946). Stage Play: January Thaw.
(1948). Stage Play: Me and Molly. Comedy. Written by Gertrude Berg
. Music arranged by Lehman Engel
. Scenic Design by Harry Horner
. Costume Design by Rose Bogdanoff. Lighting Design by Leo Kerz. Directed by Ezra Stone
. Belasco Theatre: 26 Feb 1948- 10 Jul 1948 (156 performances). Cast: Gertrude Berg (as "Molly Goldberg"), Philip Loeb
(as "Jake Goldberg"), Bessie Samose Blumstein (as "Mrs. 3-C"), David Burke (as "Mike"), Lester Carr (as "Sammy Goldberg"), Arthur Cassel (as "Hymie"), Michael Enserro (as "Joe"), Margaret Feury (as "Vera Wertheimer"), Charles Furman (as "Benjy"), Herbie Hahn (as "Milty"), Sarah Krohner (as "Mrs. Gross"), Henry Lascoe, Joan Lazer, Phyllis Liverman, Paula Miller, Eli Mintz
, David Opatoshu
, Sally Schorr, Louis Sorin
(as "Cousin Simon"), Bertha Walden. Replacement actors: John Gilbert (as "Mike"), Nomi Mitty
(as "Jessie") [Broadway debut
], Dickie Orlan (as "Hymie"). Produced by Paul Feigay, Oliver Smith and Herbert Kenwith
. Produced in association with David Cummings.
(1949). Stage Play: At War With the Army. Comedy/farce. Written by James B. Allardice
. Directed by Ezra Stone
. Booth Theatre: 8 Mar 1949- 16 Jul 1949 (151 performances). Cast: Mitchell Agruss
(as "T/5 Corporal Clark") [Broadway debut
], Kenneth Forbes (as "Second Lieutenant Davenport"), Sally Gracie (as "Helen Palmer"), Jerry Jarrett (as "Staff Sergeant Krieger"), Bernard Kates (as "Private Jack Edwards"), Joseph Keen (as "Another Soldier"), Mike Kellin
(as "Staff Sergeant McVay"), William Lanteau
(as "Private First Class Alvin Hawkins") [Broadway debut
], Al Leberfeld (as "A Soldier"), William Mendrek (as "Captain Ernest Caldwell"), Gary Merrill
(as "First Sergeant Robert Johnson"), Tad Mosel
(as "A Lost Private"), Ty Perry (as "First Lieutenant William Terray"), Ernest Sarracino (as "Corporal Di Ruccio"), Sara Seegar (as "Mrs. Caldwell"), John Shellie
(as "Colonel Davies"), Maxine Stuart (as "Millie"). Produced by Henry May and Jerome E. Rosenfeld; Produced in association with Charles Ray McCallum. Note: Filmed as At War with the Army
(1949). Stage Play: She Stoops to Conquer. Comedy (revival).
(1956). Stage Play: Wake Up, Darling. Comedy.
(1942) Stage: Directed / appeared in "This Is the Army" on Broadway
(credited as Sgt. Ezra Stone). Musical revue. Music / lyrics by Irving Berlin
. Book by James McColl and Irving Berlin. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Dialogue for Minstrel Show by Pvt. Jack Mendelsohn, Pfc. Richard Burdick and Pvt. Tom McDonnell. Music arrangements for dances by Pvt. Melvin Pahl. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Pvt. John Koenig. Choreographed by Cpl. Nelson Barclift and Sgt. Robert Sidney. Additional direction by Joshua Logan
. Military Formations by Chester O'Brien. Broadway
Theatre: 4 Jul 1942-26 Sep 1942 (113 performances). Cast: Pvt. Jus Addiss
, Alan Anderson, Arthur Atkins, Pvt. Leonard Berchman, Eugene Leander Berg, Sgt. Irving Berlin, Dick Bernie, Pvt. Howard Brooks, Marion Brown, Peter J. Burns, Joe Bush, Pvt. Samuel Carr, Pvt. Stewart Churchill, Joe Cook Jr.
, Pvt. Belmonte Cristiani, Cpl. James A. Cross, Pvt. Louis de Milhau, Ross Elliott
, Derek Fairman, Pvt. Ray Goss, Dan Healy, Hank Henry, William Home, Richard Irving
, Burl Ives
, Fred Kelly, Harold J. Kennedy, Pvt. Robert Kinne, Alan Manson, Pvt. Ralph Margelssen, James McColl, Sgt. John Mendes, Pvt. Gary Merrill
, Pvt. Pinkie Mitchell, Robert Moore
, John Murphy, Peter O'Neill, Pvt. Jules Oshins, Earl Oxford, Tileston Perry, Pvt. William Pillich, Richard Reeves
, Jack Riano, William Roerick, Hayden Rorke
, Pfc. Anthony Ross, Louis Salmon, Robert Shanley, Sgt. Robert Sidney, Sgt. Arthur Steiner, The Allon Trio, Philip Truex
, Norman Van Emburgh, Pvt. Claude Watson, Pvt. Larry Weeks, Pvt. William Wykoff. Produced by Uncle Sam (U.S. Government). NOTE: Filmed as This Is the Army
(1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Ed") in "O Evening Star" on Broadway
. Comedy. Written by Zoe Akins
. Directed by Leontine Sagan
. Empire Theatre: 8 Jan 1936-Jan 1936 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Eddie Albert
, Edith Andree, Jack Ball, Quina Bilotti, Whitney Bourne, Ross Chetwynd, Frank Conroy
, Emily Draper, Ada Elliott, Edward Emerson
(as "Mr. Strassberg"), Joan Engel, Frank Fenton
, Al Fields, Joe Fields, Sara Floyd, Grace Fox, Patterson Greene, Virginia Gregori, Hans Hansen, Mary Howes, Jobyna Howland
(as "Amy Bellaire"), Vera Hurst
(as "Mrs. Hooper"), Ethel Intropidi, Josie Intropidi, Regis Joyce, George Justin, Maxine Marlowe, Richard Ogden, John Raby, Myrtle Ross, Earl Talbot, James Todd, Carrie Weller, O.Z. Whitehead
(as "The Assistant Director"), Foster J. Williams, Larry Williams, Biacouren Yoshiwara. Produced by Harry Moses.
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