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(1910- 1942). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1910). Stage Play: The Deacon and the Lady. Musical. Music by Alfred Aarons. Book by George Totten Smith. Lyrics by George Totten Smith. Musical Director: Ivan Rudisill [earliest Broadway credit]. Musical Staging by Eddie Clark. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge. Costume Design by William H. Matthews. Directed by Alfred E. Aarons. New York Theatre: 4 Oct 1910- 15 Oct 1910 (16 performances). Cast: Lillian Baker, Gertie Barreto, Anna Bayuk, W.W. Black, Beatrice Caplet, Wanda Dean, Ida DeCampe, Eva Fallon, George Faust, B. Fetherstone, John Foley, Billy French, Georgie Gardner, Mayme Gehrue, H.W. Gray, Bessie Hale, Harold Healy [Broadway debut], Charles Hoff, Dorothy Homer, Robert Hunter, William Izzard, Nellie Jackson, Percy Jennings, Harry Kelly (as "Deacon Flood"), Arline LaCrosse, Claude Lea, Lee Leontine, Ethel Leyden, Lillian Lippkam, Lillian Mansfield, Aureals Marlow, Maedelyn Marshall, Janis McCann, Katherine McDonald, Birdice McLaughlin, Irene Messenger, Audrey Mohr, Hazel Mooney, Helen Mooney, Pearl Musi, Fletcher Norton, Beatrice Osgood, Clara Palmer, A.L. Rankin, P.H. Riblet, Velma Roberts, Milton Silby, Jeanette Singer, Estelle St. Clair, T. Stanton, C.G. Staples, C.G. Thompson, Marion Thompson, Nellie White, P. Wilson, Ed Wynn (as "Jupiter P. Slick") [Broadway debut]. Produced by Alfred E. Aarons and Louis F. Werba.

(1914). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1914. Musical extravaganza. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Book by George V. Hobart (also lyrics with Gene Buck). Directed by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Leon Errol. New Amsterdam Theatre: 1 Jun 1914 - 5 Sep 1914 (112 performances). Cast: Ottie Ardine, Jean Barnette, May Carmen, Stella Chatelaine, Herbert Clifton, Arthur Deagon, J. Bernard Dyllyn, Leon Errol, Gladys Feldman, Rita Gould, William Greenlaw, Bessie Gross, Freda Hirsch, Hilda Hirsch, R. Morton Horne, Kay Laurell, May Leslie, Ruby Lewis, Henry Lutz, George McKay, Louise Meyers, Vera Michelena, Dorothy Newell, Ann Pennington, Vivian Rogers, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Dal Vayne, Rose Wertz, Bert Williams, Ed Wynn, Addison Young. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1915). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1915. Musical extravaganza. Music by Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Based on material by Channing Pollock, Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck. Lyrics by Rennold Wolf, Channing Pollock and Gene Buck. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Featuring songs by Charles Elbert, Irving Berlin, Seymour Furth and Bert Williams. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ward Wesley, Irving Berlin and Will Vodery. Directed by Julian Mitchell and Leon Errol. New Amsterdam Theatre: 21 Jun 1915- 18 Sep 1915 (104 performances). Cast: Helen Barnes, Lucille Cavanaugh, Ina Claire, Peggy Dana, Ethel Davies, Emil Dwyer, Phil Dwyer, Marcelle Earle, Leon Errol, Gladys Feldman, W.C. Fields, Dorothy Godfrey, Bernard Granville, Flo Hart, May Hennessy, Justine Johnstone, Evelyn Kerner, Kay Laurell, Gladys Loftus, Muriel Martin, Mae Murray, Oakland Sisters, May Paul, Ann Pennington, Carl Randall [Broadway debut], Helen Rook, John Ryan, Dorothy St. Clair, Margaret St. Clair, Melville Stewart, Olive Thomas, Miss Touraine, Lottie Vernon, Nancy Wallace, Dottie Wang, Bunny Wendell, Rose Werts, Will West, George White, Edith Whitney, Bert Williams, Miss Wilson, Ed Wynn. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1916). Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1916. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Otto Motzan. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Additional music by Harry Tierney [earliest Broadway credit], Egbert Van Alstyne and Clifton Crawford. Additional lyrics by Clifton Crawford and Gus Kahn. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Scenic Design by Edward Sundquist, A.W. Street, P. Dodd Ackerman, Dodge and Castle, Wickes, Unitt and Pelzon & Carson. Costume Design by Faibsey, Mme. Kahn, Hilarie Mahieu & Co. and Homer Conant. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by Jacob J. Shubert and J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 22 Jun 1916- 21 Oct 1916 (140 performances). Cast: Mildred Anderson, Ted Andrews, Jane Angardi, George Baldwin, Elsie Bambrick, Jane Barton, Gussie Berg, Adolf Blome, Jack Boyle, Julia Bozzo, Bly Brown, David Brown, Millie Carlson, Bert Clark, James Clemons, Margaret Coghlan, George Collins, Guy Collins, Charlotte Cushman, Hattie Darling, Marjorie Dayton, Billie De Hon, Ann Delmore, Andrew Demarest, Frances Demarest, Ethel Dennison, Harry DeWitt, William Dunn, Elsie Durant, Pearl Eaton, Peggy Eleanore, Nancy Everett, Henrietta Faust, The Ford Sisters, Adele Forrest, Eleanore Franke, Ada Fuld, Betty Gans, Wilma Garrison, Bob Gilbert, Marion Glover, Dorothy Godfrey, Muriel Greil, Mabel Grete, Dolly Hackett, Agnes Hall, Grace Hall, Ona Hamilton, Andrew Harper, William Harper, Adrien Hayes, Harold Healy, William Healy, Mabel Hill, Stella Hoban, Flo Howe, James Hussey, Crissie Joss, Grace Keeshon, Mabel Kelly, Grace Kushan, Grace Langdon, Madeline Levine, Polly Lorimer, Ma-Belle, Charles Mack, Mona Mahler, Charlotte Marmont, Barbara McCree, Frank McMasters, Harry McMasters, Dolores Mendez, Emily Miles, Clyde Miller, Sophie Mills, Beryl Mobis, Florence Moore, Elida Morris, Ruth Murphy, Bud Murray, Mitzi Nada, Gertie Neilan, Blanche Parks, Evelyn Parks, Marion Parks, Ann Pauley, William H. Philbrick, Esther Pierce, Leonore Puron, Ruth Randall, Trixie Raymond, Agnes Richter, Matt Riordan, Clarence Rockwell, Vera Roehm, Saranoff, Peggy Smith, Abbie Stewart, Thamara Swirskaia, John Swor, Herman Timberg, Gladys Turner, Mazibelle Valeta, Mae Vaughan, Leila Von Holk, Fred Walton, Dorothy West, Ethel Westie, Lovett Wilder, Charles Wilson, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1917). Stage Play: Doing Our Bit. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by 'Sigmund Romberg' (av) and Herman Timberg. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Additional music by Anatol Friedland, Al Piantadosi, Fred Fisher, Nat Osborne, Billy Frisch, Howard Johnson and Henry Leslie. Additional lyrics by Billy Frisch, Alfred Bryan, Henry Lewis, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Al Wilson, Joseph McCarthy, Sam Ehrlich, Howard Johnson and Henry Leslie. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Production Supervised by Jacob J. Shubert. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 18 Oct 1917- 9 Feb 1918 (130 performances). Cast: Sam Ash, Elsie Bambrick, Kitty Berg, Tina Bidekoff, Rose Birdenfild, Gertrude Blake, David Brown, Eduardo Cansino, Elsa Cancino, Millie Carlson, Frank Carter, Rebekah Cauble, Chilson-Ohrman, Viola Clarens, James Clemons, Beatrice Cloak, Edna Commerford, George Coogan, James J. Corbett, Mildred Coughlan, Dorothy Court, Dorothy Coyle, Rose Coyle, Aieda Crucini, Babe Dakin, Beatrice De Roe, Anna DeLaurentis, Helen DeSeife, Harry DeWitt, Adrienne Dillon, Rosetta Duncan, Vivian Duncan, Ilene Edwards, Florence Elmore, Joe Evans, Nancy Everett, Virginia Fissinger, Jeane Fowler, Inez Francis, Mazibelle Glover, Miriam Glover, Sheila Goffe, Rose Goldhair, Mattie Gromley, Andrew Harper, Rae Hartley, C.L. Henderson, Mildred Holliday, Corinne Jackson, Sylvia Jason, Charles Judels, Roma June, Grace Keeshon, Mabel Kelly, Marie Kennedy, Allison King, Mildred La Gue, Elsie LaMont, Gwendolyn LeMassena, Helen Leonard, Adah Baker Lewis, Henry Lewis, Hilda Major, Charlotte Marmont, Virginia May, Carolyn Maywood, Barbara McCree, Ed. McHenry, Frank McMasters, Vera Mercer, Clyde Miller, Sophie Mills, Irene Mitchell, James Monohan, Helen Montague, Marion Mooney, Bud Murray, Bud Murry, Mitzi Nada, Leah Norah, Lucile Panteloff, Blanche Parks, Evelyn Parks, Marion Parks, Anna Paula, Mary Pell, Helen Pennell, Augusta Pessman, Edith Pierce, Leonore Puron, Hattie Rand, Jessie Reed, Nora Reed, Vera Roehm, Aileen Rooney, Nida Rose, Adele Rudolph, Billie Sheridan, Ingrid Slettengren, Floyd Snyder, Katherine Stang, Jean Staples, Reba Stewart, Ed Stokem, Ethel Sturges, Mildred Symons, Lola Taylor, Fay Teller, Herman Timberg, Frank Tinney, Fay Tunis, Gladys Turner, Rose Villa, Leila Von Holk, Henrietta Wall, Dolly Wallace, Eugene White, Edna Whitney, Ruby Whitney, Florence Wilde, Winona Wilkins, Ailene Wilmer, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1918). Stage Play: Sometime. Musical. Written by Rida Johnson Young and Rudolf Friml. Additional lyrics by Ed Wynn. Musical Director: Herbert Stothart. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Shubert Theatre: 4 Oct 1918- Jun 1919 (closing date unknown/283 performances). Cast: Marie Astor (as "A Girl"), Nan Bainford (as "A Girl"), Harrison Brockbank (as "Henry Vaughn"), Frances Cameron (as "Sylvia DeForrest"), Charles DeHaven, William Dorrian, George Gatson, Mildred La Gue, Francine Larrimore (as "Enid Vaughn"), Virginia Lee, John Merkyl (as "Richard Carter"), Francis Murphy, Fred Nice, Albert Sackett, Betty Stivers, Beatrice Summers, Mae West, Harold Williams, Ed Wynn (as "Loney Bright"). Produced by Arthur Hammerstein.

(1919). Stage Play: Shubert Gaieties of 1919. Musical revue. Book by Ed Wynn, Edgar Smith and Harold Atteridge. Music by Jean Schwartz. Lyrics by Al Bryan. Additional music by M.K. Jerome and W.C. Handy. Additional lyrics by W.C. Handy and Blanche Merrill. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Music orchestrated by J. Bodewalt Lampe. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster and Kuy Kendall. Directed by J.C. Huffman. 44th Street Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 6 Oct 1919- close): 17 Jul 1919- 18 Oct 1919 (87 performances). Cast: Ruth Alexander, Stewart Baird, Julie Ballew, Elsie Bambrick, Doris Benham, Bert Best, Jack Bohm, Lillian Brand, Rena Brown, Doris Cameron, Phyllis Cameron, Josie Carmen, Clayton & White, Gene Cleveland, Mabel Cloud, Betty Connelly, Gene Danjou, Madeleine Dare, Gertrude Doyle, Florence Elmore, Kitty Fallon, Marguerite Farrell, Harry Fender, Joseph Fields, Irving Fisher, Jimmie Fox, Arthur Freeman, Marjorie Gateson, Perle Germonde, Philip Gerold, The Glorias, Gene Gordon, Gilda Gray, Estelle Haddon, George Hale, Kathryn Hart, Peggy Hart, George Hassell, Olga Hempstone, Daphne Hicks, Llora Hoffman, Margery Hope, Arthur Hull, Alice Humphries, Hermosa Jose, Kuy Kendall, William Kent, Freda Leonard, Henry Lewis, Rose Light, Roberta Lomax, Ted Lorraine, Margaret Mack, Margaret Maloney, Frank McMasters, Gus Minton, James Monahan, Alice Monroe, Ruth Moore, Poppy Morton, Peggy O'Neil, Alice Parry, Polly Pryoe, Frances Richards, Mabel Roberts, Juliette Rooke, Edward Schanol, Muriel Sharp, Hilda Smith Fischer, Dorothy Snyder, Mildred Soper, Marie Stafford, John Stone, Alice Velie, Billy Wagner, Gladys Walton, Virginia Weyman, Ruby Wilbur, Billie Williams, Ina Williams, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1920). Stage Play: Ed Wynn's Carnival. Musical revue. Music by Ed Wynn. Book by Ed Wynn. Lyrics by Ed Wynn. Musical Director: Antonio Bafunno. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones and Frank Saddler. Featuring songs by Alfred Bryan, Alex Sullivan, Walter Donaldson, William Eckstein, Chris Smith, Lou Handman, Ray Miller, Raymond Klages, Billy Fazioli, Ring Hager, Tom Brown and Clarence Seena. Featuring songs with lyrics by Alfred Bryan, Gene Buck, Grant Clarke, Alex Sullivan, Ray Miller, Fred Fisher, Raymond Klages, Billy Fazioli, Ring Hager and Clarence Seena. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to The Selwyn Theatre from 21 Jun 1920- close): 5 Apr 1920- 14 Aug 1920 (150 performances). Cast: Earl Benham, Jane Bowen, Violet Bristow, Joan Butlin, Elizabeth Chatterton, Catherine Doyle, Ursula Dale, Marion Davies, Dorothy Deane, Lillian Durkin, Carolyn Erwin, Orville Fisher, Lillian Fitzgerald, Evan Burrows Fontaine, Ida Gerber, Ann Greenway, Bess Hoban, Sadie Howe, Trixie Jennery, Olga Kale, Gladys Lee, Richie Ling, Beulah McFarland, The Meyakos, Simeon Moore, Florence Quarters, Ray Miller's Black and White Melody Boys, Henry Regal, Frank Ridge, Ted Roberts, Edith Rook, Herbert Russell, Fay West, Arthur Williams, Dade Winlack, Lillian Wood, Ed Wynn, Carol Young. Produced by B.C. Whitney.

(1921). Stage Play: The Perfect Fool. Musical revue. Book by Ed Wynn. Lyrics by Ed Wynn. Music by Ed Wynn. Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry Richman and Lou Davis. Orchestra under the direction of Antonio Bafunno. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh. Directed by Julian Mitchell. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 7 Nov 1921- 1 Jul 1922 (275 performances). Cast: Kathryn Annis, Fred Ardath, Rose Boulais, Polly Bowman, Bobbie Breslaw, Florence Brooks, John Dale, Peggy Ellis, Margaret Ferguson, Anita Furman, Belle Gannon, Marjory Grant, Edna May Hamel, Dolla Harkins, Margaret Hoban, Katharine Kaye, Helen Kerr, Harriette Keyes, Marion King, Ivey Kirkwood, Gladys Laird, Grace Larue, Lorna Lincoln, Irene Mayberry, Madge McCarthy, Aline McGill, Flo Newton, Estelle Penning, True Rice, Marion Rich, Guy Robertson, Grace Russell, Edna Terry, Janet Velie, Dade Winlack, Johan Wittman, Ed Wynn. Produced by Abraham L. Erlanger.

(1924). Stage Play: The Grab Bag. Musical revue. Music by Ed Wynn. Book by Ed Wynn. Lyrics by Ed Wynn. Musical Director: Max Steiner. Additional lyrics by Harry Pease, Edward G. Nelson, Cliff Friend, Ned Wever, Alfred Nathan, Mel Stitzel and Art Kassel. Additional music by Harry Pease, Edward G. Nelson, Ned Wever, Alfred Nathan, Mel Stitzel, Art Kassel and Walter Donaldson. Costume Design by Alice O'Neil, Charles Le Maire and Mabel E. Johnston. Scenic Design by John Wenger. Directed by Julian Mitchell and Ed Wynn. Globe Theatre: 6 Oct 1924- 14 Mar 1925 (184 performances). Cast: Janet Adair, Kay Annis, Francis Bell, Jean Castleton, Virginia Clark, Delphine Deery, William Earl, Marion Fairbanks, Margaret Ferguson, Ed Fields, Betty Garson, Maerena Grady, Aileen Hamilton, Virginia Kelley, Fraun Koski, The Le Grohs, Samuel Lee, Harriet Marned, Frieda Marr, Marion Meuller, Alfred Nathan, Tom Nip, Bee O'Quinn, Ormond Sisters, Florence Parker, Gladys Pender, Virginia Ray, Phyllis Reynolds, Ralph Riggs, Joseph Schrode, Susanne Shard, Albert Shaw, Trixie Shevlin, Mildred Sinclair, Bee Singer, Sybil Stuart, Violet Vale, Janet Velie, Jay Velie, The Volga Boys, Gertrude Walker, Winthrop Wayne, Ned Wever, Katherine Witchie, Ed Wynn. Produced by Ed Wynn. Produced under the direction of Abraham L. Erlanger.

(1927). Stage Play: Manhattan Mary. Musical comedy. Music by Ray Henderson. Book by William K. Wells and George White. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh. Musical Director: William Daly. Costume Design by Max Weldy. Scenic Design by William Oden Waller. Additional Costumes by Schneider-Anderson Company and Juliette. Directed by George White. Apollo Theatre: 26 Sep 1927- 12 May 1928 (264 performances). Cast: Ed Wynn (as "Crickets"), Ona Munson (as "Mary Brennan"), George White (as "Himself"), Vada Alexander, Mae Clarke (as "Viola Fay"), Harland Dixon (as "Bob Sterling, Stage Manager of Scandals"), Sue Elliott, Mary Farley, Suzanne Fleming, Paul Frawley (as "Jimmy Moore, Mary's Sweetheart"), Messrs. Goff, Kerr and Barth (as "Embassy Boys"), Lou Holtz (as "Sam Platz, a Bond Salesman"), Ray Hunt, Sam Ledner, Doree Leslie, The McCarthy Sisters, Victor Munro (as "Micky, A Hudson Duster"), Harry Oldridge (as "Police Sergeant/His Honor, the Mayor of New York City"), Amy Revere (as "Helen King, Premiere Danseuse of Scandals"), Marcel Rousseau (as "M. Max Duval, of the Folies Bergere, Paris"), The Scott Sisters, James Scott, Adele Smith, Paul Stanton (as "R.C. "Arcy" Black, a Bond Broker"), Dorothy Walters. Produced by George White.

(1930). Stage Play: Simple Simon. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Material by Ed Wynn and Guy Bolton. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Directed by E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan. Ziegfeld Theatre: 18 Feb 1930- 14 Jun 1930 (135 performances). Cast: Will Ahern, Pirko Ahlquist, Bobbe Arnst, Mabel Baade, Elsie Behrens, Hugh Cameron (as "Otto Prince"), Ben Carswell, Marie Conwal, Mary Coyle, Frank DeWitt, Marion Dodge, Alan Edwards, Caja Eric, William J. Ferry, Hazel Forbes, Agnes Franey, Dolores Grant, Harriet Hoctor, Anthony Hughes, Mildred Ivory, Alfred P. James, Pete La Della, Doree Leslie, Neva Lynn, Elaine Mann, Virginia McNaughton, Frieda Mierse, Villi Milli, Lee Morse, Patsy O'Day, Master George Offerman, Dorothy Patterson, Lennox Pawle, Georgia Payne, Lois Peck, Gladys Pender, Clementine Rigeau, Blanche Satchell, Joseph Schrode, Douglas Stanbury, Paul Stanton, Helen Walsh (as "Jewel Pearce"), Gil White, Ed Wynn (as "Simon"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1931). Stage Play: Simple Simon. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers. Book by Ed Wynn and Guy Bolton. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Directed by Seymour Hicks. Majestic Theatre: 9 Mar 1931- 21 Mar 1931 (16 performances). Cast: Albert Baron, Laine Blaire, Betty Blake, David Breen, Margaret Breen, Buff Bullard, Paul Butterworth, Jerrie Cragin, Muriel DeLova, Peggy Driscoll, Muriel DeLova, Frank DeWitt, William J. Ferry, Lulu Gray, Barbara Hamilton, Muriel Harrison, Harriet Hoctor, Pete La Della, James McKay, Virginia McNaughton, Frieda Mierse, Villi Milli, Irma Montague, Master George Offerman, Patricia Palmer, Renee Rivir (as "Peter Pan"), Jerry Rogers, Joseph Schrode (as "The Horse"), Billie Seward, Harry Shannon, Wini Shaw (as "Sal"), Marie Shea, Mimi Sherman, Ruth Simmons, Adele Smith, Gil Squires, Jack Squires, Flora Taylor, William H. White, Frances Williams (as "Goldylocks"), Ed Wynn. Produced by Ed Wynn.

(1931). Stage Play: The Laugh Parade. Musical revue.

(1936). Stage Play: Alice Takat. Drama. Written by José Ruben, from the Hungarian of Dezso Szomory. Directed by Frank Merlin. John Golden Theatre: 10 Feb 1936- Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Percy Ames (as "Homer Horeb"), A.G. Andrews (as "Fritz"), Florence Auer (as "Mrs. Dubra"), Al Baron (as "A Patient"), Mady Christians, Leo Curley (as "Professor Glotz"), Florence Earle (as "Miss Haus"), John Emery (as "George Kroos"), Lloyd Gough (as "Max Durak"), Russell Hardie, Nicholas Joy (as "Zuard Takat"), Arnold Korff (as "Prof. Tardy Kroos"), Kate Mayhew (as "Mrs. Helvet"), Howard Emmett Rogers, Peggy Shannon (as "Kitty Linderman"), Edna West (as "Mrs. Baneyi"), Marjorie Wood (as "Mrs. Gantz"). Produced by Ed Wynn.

(1937). Stage Play: Hooray for What! Musical comedy. Music by Harold Arlen. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Conceived by E.Y. Harburg. Additional orchestrations by Joseph Glover, Conrad Salinger and Paul Sterrett. Musical Director: Robert Emmett Dolan. Music arranged by Kay Thompson and Hugh Martin. Based on material by Howard Lindsay. Scenic Design by Vincente Minnelli. Costume Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Dances directed by Robert Alton. Directed and supervised by Vincente Minnelli. Winter Garden Theatre: 1 Dec 1937- 21 May 1938 (200 performances). Cast: Anthony Albert (as "Department Head/Dancing Ensemble"), Joanna Allen (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Peggy Badey (as "Singing Ensemble"), Margorie Baglin (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Al Baron (as "Second Tough"), Dorothy Bird (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bidda Blakely (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ralph Blane (as "A Spy/Singing Ensemble"), Ruthanna Boris (as "Principal Dancer"), The Briants (as "Specialty Act"), Florine Callahan (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Constance Carr (as "Singing Ensemble"), Leo Chalzel (as "The Mayor/Herr Zingaroff"), William Chandler (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carrol Clarke (as "Singing Ensemble"), June Clyde, Harold Cook (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ford Crane (as "Singing Ensemble"), Maxine Darrell (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Louise de Forrest (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Helene Ecklund (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Will Ferry (as "Mr. Harriman"), The Five Reillys, Franklyn Fox (as "First Tough/Admiral Sir Basil Entwhistle"), Joel Friend (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Peggy Gallimore (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Phillip Gordon (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Al Gordon's Dogs (as "Specialty Act"), Paul Haakon (as "Princial Dancer"), Helen Hannan, William Hawley (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Rita Horgan (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Beverly Hosier (as "Singing Ensemble"), Frank Howard (as "Singing Ensemble"), Arthur Kay, Evelyn Laurie (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Hugh Martin (as "Singing Ensemble"), Mary Joan Martin (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Mary Meyer (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Mickey Moore (as "Department Head/Dancing Ensemble"), Evelyn Moser (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Meg Mundy (as "Singing Ensemble"), Edward Murray (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Dagmar Nilsson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Mary Ann Parker, Wynelle Patterson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Bill Pillick (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Leon Polinsky (as "Specialty Act"), Don Popikoff (as "Comrade Popikoff"), Jo Raskin (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Gracie Reilly (as "Gracie"), Marcel Rousseau, Sid Salzer (as "Department Head/Dancing Ensemble"), Charles Senna (as "Daniel/Generalissimo Di Gregorio"), Robert Shafer (as "Benjamin Benedict/Benjy"), Ruth Shaw (as "Dancing Ensemble"), John Smedberg (as "Singng Ensemble"), Virginia Smith (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Sue Hastings' Marionettes (as "Specialty Act"), Barbara Towne (as "Singing Ensemble"), Vivian Vance (as "Stephanie Stephanovich"), Marie Vanneman (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Virginia Vonne (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carol Louise Wanderman (as "Little Girl"), Jack Whiting (as "Breezy Cunningham"), Armonce Wilkins (as "Singing Ensemble"), Castle Williams (as "Manager/Singing Ensemble"), Ed Wynn (as "Chuckles"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1940). Stage Play: Boys and Girls Together. Musical revue. Conceived by Ed Wynn and Pat C. Flick. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Jack Yellen and Irving Kahal. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Additional Arrangements by Robert Russell Bennett and Don Walker. Musical Director: John McManus. Choral numbers by Al Siegal. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Choreography for the De Marcos by Tony De Marco. Directed by Ed Wynn. Broadhurst Theatre: 1 Oct 1940- 15 Mar 1915 (191 performances). Cast: Ed Wynn, Dave Apollon, Al Baron, Betty Bartley, Billie Bernice, Eleanor Brown, Trudy Burke, Maude Carroll, Phyllis Colt, Jack Connover, Jerry Cooper, Gloria Costa, Sally Craven, Renee De Marco, Tony De Marco, Patricia Deering, Helen Devlin, Adair Dollar, Florence Foster, Gloria Gaffey, Georgia Jarvis, Marjorie Knapp, Dorothy Koster, Frank La Varre, Paul La Varre, Lynn Lawrence, Walter Long, Lucienne and Ashour, Eleanore Marek, Iris Marshall, Mary Joan Martin, John McManus, Hazel Nevin, Dell Parker, Mary Ann Parker, Kay Paulsen, Jane Petri, Jane Pickens, Dick Remy, Dot Remy, Edna Sedgewick, The Six Willys, Ione Smith, Mira Stephans, Drucilla Strain, Davenie Watson, Ebe Willy, Ersilio Willy, Eugene Willy, Hermina Willy, Willie Willy. Produced by Ed Wynn.

(1942). Stage Play: Laugh, Town, Laugh! Musical revue. Book by Ed Wynn [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Ed Wynn. Alvin Theatre: 22 Jun 1942- 25 Jul 1942 (65 performances). Cast: Carmen Amaya, Gene Ashley, Boris Belostozky, Jerry Brannon, Carmen Amaya, Emil Coleman, Kenneth S. Davidson, Red Donahue, Donohue and Uno, Hugh Forgie, Jane Froman, Anne Graham, Michael Greben, Andrew Gregorioff, Hector and Pals, Hermanos Williams, Sasha Kuroschkin, Veacheslov Mamonuff, Eleanor Schramm, Stephen Slepushkui, Smith & Dale, The Herzogs, Leonid Troyitsky, Nicholas Vasilieff, The Volga Sisters, Señor Wences, Gene Wright, Ed Wynn. Produced by Ed Wynn.

(December 23, 1928) He acted in the play, "Manhattan Mary," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(February 22, 1931) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart's musical, "Simple Simon," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(November 13, 1932) He acted in the play, "The Laugh Parade," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(September 29, 1941) He acted in the play, "Boys and Girls Together," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.


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