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1978: TV commercial for Schlitz Light Beer with James Coburn

(1941- 1966). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1941). Stage Play: As You Like It.

(1941). Stage Play: Sunny River. Musical. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Conducted by Jay Blackton [credited as Jacob Schwartzdorf] (earliest Broadway credit). Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Supervised by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Directed by Oscar Hammerstein II. St. James Theatre: 4 Dec 1941- 3 Jan 1942 (36 performances). Cast: Peggy Alexander (as "Martha"), James Allison (as "Ensemble"), Jay Amiss (as "Ensemble"), Russ Anderson (as "Ensemble"), Muriel Angelus (as "Marie Sauvinet"), Ainsworth Arnold (as "Gabriel Gervais"), Barbara Barton (as "Ensemble"), Henni Brooks (as "Ensemble"), Vicki Charles (as "Emma"), Helen Claire (as "Cecilie Marshall"), Donald Clark (as "Jim"), Dudley Clements (as "George Marshall"), Alfredo Costello (as "Ensemble"), Gordon Dilworth (as "Emil"), Edward Dunbar (as "Ensemble"), Tom Ewell (as "Daniel Marshall"), Howard Freeman (as "The Drunk"), Betty Gilpatrick (as "Ensemble"), William Hearne (as "Ensemble"), William Hogue (as "Ensemble"), George Holmes (as "Harry"), Richard Huey (as "Old Henry"), Philip Jones (as "Ensemble"), Miriam LaVelle (as "Columbine"), Bob Lawrence (as "Jean Gervais"), Lodema Legg (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Levey (as "Lolita"), Gwen Mann (as "Ensemble"), Helen Marshall (as "Ensemble"), John Marshall (as "Ensemble"), Byron Milligan (as "Ensemble"), Edwin Bruce Moldow (as "Child"), Mariquita Moll (as "Ensemble"), Ann Morlowe (as "Ensemble"), May Muth (as "Ensemble"), William O'Neal (as "Achille Caresse"), Robert Ormiston (as "Ensemble"), Fred Perrone (as "Ensemble"), Frederic Persson (as "Judge Pope Martineau"), Oscar Polk (as "Aristide"), Carol Renee (as "Child"), Jack Riano (as "Harlequin"), Joan Roberts (as "Madeleine Caresse"), Ivy Scott (as "Mother Gervais"), Joan Shepard (as "Child"), Michael Sigel (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Kenneth Tobey (as "The Doctor"), Stephanie Turash (as "Ensemble"), Helen Wagner (as "Ensemble"), Roy Williams (as "Ensemble"), Buddy Worth (as "Enemble"). Produced by Max Gordon.

(1942). Stage Play: Janie. Written by Hershel Williams and Josephine Bentham. Scenic Design by John Root. Directed by Antoinette Perry. Henry Miller's Theatre (moved to Biltmore Theatre from 21 Dec 1942- 31 Jan 1943 then returned to Henry Miller's Theatre until 21 Feb 1943, moved to Playhouse Theatre from 23 Feb 1943 to 26 Nov 1943, then moved to The Mansfield Theatre from 28 Nov 1943 to close): 10 Sep 1942- 16 Jan 1944 (642 performances). Cast: Frank Amy (as "Scooper Nolan"), Gwen Anderson (as "Janie Colburn"), Gertrude Beach (as "Hortense Bennington"), Betty Breckenridge (as "Bernadine Dodd"), Nancy Cushman (as "Lucille Colburn"), Herbert Evers (as "Dick Lawrence"), Blaine Fillmore (as "Dead-Pan Hackett"), Clare Foley (as "Elsbeth Colburn"), J. Franklin Jones (as "Carl Loomis"), Franklin Kline (as "Frank"), Maurice Manson (as "Charles Colburn"), John Marriott (as "Rodney"), Artie Belle McGinty [credited as Artiebell McGinty] (as "Tina") [final Broadway role], W.O. McWatters (as "Uncle Poodgie"), D. Nick Raymond (as "Joe Jerome/Carl Loomis/Joe Jerome"), Michael St. Angel (as "Andy"), Howard St. John (as "John Van Brunt"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Mickey Malone"), Margaret Wallace (as "Paula Rainey"), Linda Watkins (as "Thelma Lawrence"), Paul Wilson (as "Oscar"). Replacement cast during Playhouse Theatre run: Tom Drake [credited as Alfred Alderdice] (as "Dick Lawrence"), Frank Baxter (as "Oscar"), Michael Everett (as "Mickey Malone"), Paul Foley (as "Andy"), Ann Hermann (as "Elsbeth Colburn") [Alternate], Grant Mills (as "Charles Colburn"), Donald Murphy (as "Frank"), Melba Rae (as "Paula Rainey") [Broadway debut], Hugh Thomas (as "Scooper Nolan"), Lionel Wilson (as "Dead-Pan Hackett"). Replacement cast during Mansfield Theatre run: Barbara Barton (as "Hortense Bennington"), Gertrude Beach (as "Janie Colburn"), Phyllis De Bus (as "Elsbeth Colburn") [Alternate], Bill Thompson (as "Dick Lawrence"). Produced by Brock Pemberton. Note: William A. Brady owned the Playhouse Theatre but had no involvement in the production.

(1942). Stage Play: The Skin of Our Teeth.

(1943). Stage Play: Sons and Soldiers. Drama. Written by Irwin Shaw. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Directed by Max Reinhardt. Morosco Theatre: 4 May 1943- 22 May 1943 (22 performances). Cast: Stella Adler (as "Catherine Carnrick"), William Beach (as "Mr. Leverhook"), Albert Bergh (as "Catherine's Escort"), Ted Donaldson (as "Ernest Tadlock as a Child"), Geraldine Fitzgerald (as "Rebecca Tadlock"), Edward Forbes (as "Mark Lowry"), Martha Greenhouse (as "Miss Gillespie"), Sara Lee (as "Harris Marie"), Phyllis Hill (as "Carol"), Harriet Jackson (as "Alice"), Audrey Long (as "Dora Applegate"), Karl Malden (as "Matthew Graves"), Roderick Maybee (as "Anthony"), Joan McSweeney (as "Dora Applegate as a Child"), Millard Mitchell (as "Victor Carnrick"), Edward Nannery (as "The Mailman"), Gregory Peck (as "Andrew Tadlock"), Herbert Rudley (as "John Tadlock"), Bobbie Schenck (as "Lincoln Graves as a Child"), Leonard Sues (as "Lincoln Graves"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Ernest Tadlock"), Roy Dana Tracy (as "Minister"), Jesse White (as "The Salesman") [Broadway debut], Jack Willett (as "Andrew Tadlock as a Child"). Produced by Max Reinhardt, Norman Bel Geddes and Richard Meyers.

(1943). Stage Play: A New Life. Drama. Written by Elmer Rice. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Rose Bogdanoff. Royale Theatre: 15 Sep 1943- 13 Nov 1943 (70 performances). Cast: Blaine Cordner (as "Dr. Lyman Acton"), Dorothy Darling (as "Esther Zuckerman"), Elizabeth Dewing (as "An Anesthetist"), Ann Driscoll (as "Miss Murphy"), Betty Field (as "Edith Charles Cleghorne"), Shirley Gale (as "Miss Woolley"), Frederica Going (as "Miss Kingsley"), Walter Greaza (as "Samuel Cleghorne"), Arthur Griffin (as "Grover C. Charles"), Terry Harris (as "Miss Swift"), Timmie Hyler (as "Lillian Sheridan"), John Ireland (as "Gustave Jensen"), Helen Kingstead (as "Ruth Emery"), George Lambert (as "Captain Cleghorne"), Merle Maddern (as "Isabelle Cleghorne"), Sanford McCauley (as "Theodore Emery"), Sara Peyton (as "Miss Weatherby"), Ann Thomas (as "Olive Rapallo"), Alice Thompson Miss Hanson"), Kenneth Tobey (as "George Sheridan"), Colleen Ward (as "Miss Devore"), Dora Weissman (as "Mollie Kleinberger"), Joan Wetmore (as "Millicent Prince"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).

(1944). Stage Play: Suds in Your Eye.

(1945). Stage Play: The Cherry Orchard.

(1946). Stage Play: Truckline Cafe. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Millia Davenport. Directed by Harold Clurman. Belasco Theatre: 27 Feb 1946- 9 Mar 1946 (13 performances). Cast: Joseph Adams (as "Second Man"), Marlon Brando (as "Sage McRae"), Irene Dailey (as "Angie"), Joann Dolan (as "Evvie Garrett"), Leila Ernst (as "Sissie"), Louis A. Florence (as "Matt"), Lou Gilbert (as "Man With a Pail"), Virginia Gilmore (as "Anne"), Solen Hayes (as "First Man"), Peter Hobbs (as "The Breadman"), Lorraine Kirby (as "First Woman"), Karl Malden (as "Stag"), David Manners (as "Wing Commander Hern"), June March (as "Mildred"), Kevin McCarthy (as "Maurice"), Peggy Meredith (as "Janet"), Anne Morgan (as "First Girl"), Frank Overton (as "Toby"), Richard Paul (as "Bimi"), Ann Shepherd (as "Tory McRae"), Robert Simon (as "Patrolman Gray"), Eugene Steiner (as "Tuffy Garrett"), Rose Steiner (as "Second Woman"), Gloria Stroock (as "Second Girl"), John Sweet (as "Stew"), Ralph Theodore (as "Kip"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Hutch"), Joanne Tree (as "Celeste"), June Walker (as "Min"), 'Richard Waring' (qv (as "Mort"), Jutta Wolf (as "June"). Produced by Harold Clurman and Elia Kazan, in association with The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, S.N. Behrman, John F. Wharton).

(1946). Stage Play: Joan of Lorraine. Historical drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Costume Design by Lee Simonson; Lighting Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Margo Jones. Alvin Theatre: 18 Nov 1946- 10 May 1947 (199 performances). Cast: Ingrid Bergman (as "Mary Grey/Joan"), Romney Brent (as "Les Ward/The Dauphin"), Sam Wanamaker (as "Jimmy Masters, the Director/The Inquisitor"), Joanna Albus (as "Miss Sadler/St. Margaret"), Gilmore Bush (as "Al, the Stage Manager"), Ann Coray (as "Miss Reeves/St. Catherine"), Roger De Koven (as "Jeffson/Georges de Tremoille"), Charles Ellis (as "Charles Elling/Durand Laxart"), Bruce Hall (as "Jo Cordwell/Jean D'Arc"), Peter Hobbs (as "The Electrician, Bertrand de Poulengy"), Harry Irvine (as "Kipner/Regnault de Chartres, Archbishop of Rheims"), Timothy Lynn Kearse (as "Tessie, èe Assistant Stage Manager, Aurore"), Berry Kroeger (as "Sheppard, Alain Chartier"), Lewis Martin (as "Abbey/Jaques D'Arc; Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvais"), Kevin McCarthy (as "Long Dunois, Bastard of Orleans"), Stephen Roberts (as "Smith, Thomas de Courcelles"), Martin Rudy (as "Noble, La Hire"), Arthur L. Sachs (as "Farwell/Jean de Metz; The Executioner"), Lotte Stavisky (as "Marie, the Costumer"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Dollner/Pierre D'Arc"), Brooks West (as "Quirke St. Michael, D'Estivet"), Joseph Wiseman (as "Champlain, Father Massieu"). Replacement actors: Terese Hayden (as "Tessie, èe Assistant Stage Manager"), Joanna Roos (as "Miss Sadler"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Kurt Weill, John F. Wharton). Note: The play was made into the 1948 Ingrid Bergman film Joan of Arc (1948). However, in the film, each actor played only one role, not two, as in the play.

(1947). Stage Play: As We Forgive Our Debtors.

(1948). Stage Play: The Survivors.

(1964). Stage Play: Golden Boy. Musical.


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