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Producer on Broadway "Up in Central Park", with Noah Beery
(1945/1946); Shakespeare's "Hamlet", directed by George Schaefer
, with Maurice Evans
(1945/1946); Moliere's "The Would-Be Gentleman" (1946); "January Thaw", with Helen Carew
(1946), "As the Girls Go", a musical comedy by Howard Bay
(1948/1950); "Michael Todd's Peep Show...
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Did You Know?
I've never been poor, only broke. Being poor is a frame of mind. Being broke is only a temporary situation.
In 1957, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of his Oscar-winning film Around the World in Eighty Days
(1956), Todd staged an elaborate party at Madison Square Garden for his then-wife Elizabeth Taylor
and hundreds of guests. The evening eventually deteriorated into a giant food fight. The party was treated as a serious news event by CBS, which sent Walter Cronkite
to cover it. The next day ...