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Other Works

  • (1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Reporter"; Broadway debut) in "Remember the Day" on Broadway. Written / produced by Phillip Dunning and Philo Higley. Scenic Design by S. Syrjala. Directed by Melville Burke. National Theatre: 25 Sep 1935-Jan 1936 (closing date unknown/122 performances). Cast: Charita Bauer (as "Ellen Talbot"), Katherine Bauer, Joe Brown Jr. (as "Steve Hill"), Francesca Bruning (as "Nora Trinell"), John Hammond Dailey (as "Mr. Steel"), John Drew Devereaux (as "1st Bellboy"), Virginia Dunning, Edna Hagan, Russell Hardie (as "Dan Hopkins"), Martha Hodge (as "Edith Phelps"), Peter Johnston (as "2nd Bellboy"), Kathleen Kidder (as "Miss Price"), Robert Mayors (as "Tom"), Mary McQuade (as "Kate Hill"), Grant Mills (as "D.R. Roberts"), Jessamine Newcombe (as "Anna"), Jane Seymour (as "Mrs. Roberts"), Clifford Stallings (as "Charlie"), Frank Thomas, Frankie Thomas (as "Dewey Roberts"), Charles Walton (as "Mr. Phelps").
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Det. Garner") in "Black Widow" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Samuel John Park. Scenic Design by Louis Kennel. Directed by Miriam Doyle. Mansfield Theatre: 12 Feb 1936-Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: King Calder (as "Det. Sgt. Whaler"), Walter Davis (as "Medical Examiner Lorris"), Bruce Desmond (as "Patrolman"), Lucille La Verne (as "Dr. Emma Koloich"), Joanna Roos (as "Katherine"), Stanley Smith (as "Carl Koloich"), Michael Stone (as "Jennie Mason"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Professor"). Produced by Thomas Kilpatrick.
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared (as "Jimmy the Orderlyh") in "Hitch Your Wagon" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Bernard C. Schoenfeld. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Garson Kanin. 48th Street Theatre: 8 Apr 1937-May 1937 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Jim Backus (as "Master of Ceremonies"; Broadway debut), Willis Claire (as "Mr. Wayne"), George Curzon (as "Rex Duncan"), John Galedon (as "Pete"), Millicent Green, Joseph Greenwald (as "Mr. Schwartz"), George Hunter (as "Dawson"), Gilmore James (as "Taxi Driver"), Robert Kellard, Dennie Moore (as "Miss Schwartz"), Frank Munnell (as "Speedy McLaine"), Ethel Purnello (as "Geneva"), Kenneth Roberts (as "Mel Kahn"), Joseph Sweeney, William Tracy (as "Delivery Boy"), Dora Weissman (as "Mrs. Schwartz"), Mary Wickes (as "Donnelly"), Thomas Willard, Robert X. Williams (as "Constantin Yox"). Produced by Malcolm L. Pearson and Donald E. Baruch.
  • (1937) Stage Play: The Star-Wagon. Drama/fantasy. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Musical Director: Albert Pearl. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Empire Theatre: 29 Sep 1937- Apr 1938 (closing date unknown/223 performances). Cast: Lillian Gish (as "Martha Minch"), Burgess Meredith (as "Stephen Minch"), Evelyn Abbott, Alan Anderson, Whit Bissell (as "Park"), Jane Buchanan (as "Hallie Arlington"), Russell Collins (as "Hanus Wicks"), Charles Forrester (as "2nd Thug"), Howard Freeman, William Garner (as "Oglethorpe"), Barry Kelley (as "1st Thug"), Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Rutledge"), Edmond O'Brien (as "Paul Reiger"), John Philliber, Edith Smith, Kent Smith (as "Duffy"), Muriel Starr (as "Angela/Herb Woman"), J. Arthur Young (as "Mr. Arlington"). Replacement actors: Barry Kelley (as "Duffy"), Raymond Parker (as "Park"), Victor Rankin (as "Paul Reiger"), John Trelfall (as "Park"), Keenan Wynn (as "1st Thug"). Produced by Guthrie McClintic.
  • (1939) : Stage Play: One For the Money. Musical revue. Musical Staging by Robert Alton. Sketches Staged by Edward C. Lilley. Scenic Design/Costume Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Booth Theatre: 4 Feb 1939- 27 May 1939 (132 performances). Cast: William Archibald, Maxine Barrat (as "Friend/Ensemble/Secretary/Lucy Timpkin/The Archduchess/A Client") [Broadway debut], Philip Bourneuf (as "The Father/Mr. Marbury/Fifth King/Mr. Lippencott/Mr. Ernest Sprockett/Dick McQuade"), Frances Comstock, 'Alfred Drake (I)' (as "The Brother/Mr. Fuller/Singer/Orson Welles/The Groom/The Manager/Reporter"), Brenda Forbes, Nadine Gae, Nancy Hamilton, Ray Kavanaugh and His Orchestra, Gene Kelly (as "Friend/Ensemble/Mr. Gordon/The Best Man/Reporter/Singer/Western Union Boy") [Broadway debut], Don Loper (as "Friend/Ensemble/Bebe's Manager/Third King/The Archduke/Officer in charge of Bureaus of Missing Persons/Western Union Boy"), Ruth Matteson (as "Friend/Sylvia Turnbridge/Mrs. Jamison/Singer/Barbara McQuade/A Client"), Grace McDonald (as "Friend/Ensemble/Secretary/The Princess/Singer/Bridesmaid/A Client"), Nell O'Day, Robert Smith, Keenan Wynn (as "Friend/Ensemble/First King/W.P.A. Worker/Mike/Customs Inspector/The Emperor/Reporter/Western Union Boy"). Produced by Gertrude Macy and Stanley Gilkey. Produced by arrangement with Robert F. Cutler.
  • (1940) Stage: Appeared in "Two For The Show" on Broadway. Musical revue. Sketches / lyrics by Nancy Hamilton. Music by Morgan Lewis. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Don Walker. "The Age of Innocence" and "Cookery" written by Richard Haydn (also in cast). Vocal arrangements by Harold Cooke. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Booth Theatre: 8 Feb 1940-25 May 1940 (124 performances). Cast: William Archibald, Eve Arden, Virginia Bolen, Frances Comstock, Norton Dean, Brenda Forbes, Nadine Gae, Willard Gary, Eunice Healy, Betty Hutton, Kathryn Kimber, Dean Norton, Robert Smith, Tommy Wonder. Produced by Gertrude Macy and Stanley Gilkey.
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared in "The More the Merrier" on Broadway. Written by Frank Gabrielson and Irving Pincus. Directed by Otto Preminger. Cort Theatre: 15 Sep 1941-27 Sep 1941 (16 performances). Cast: James Albert (as "Second State Trooper"), Frank Albertson (as "Daniel Finch"), John Barnes, Max Beck (as "Mr. Jupiter"), Ralph Chambers (as "Fat Man"), Herbert Duffy, Lee Frederick, Will Geer (as "Forrest Lockhart"), Robert Gray, Teddy Hart (as "Al Goblin"), Louis Hector (as "Harvey Royal"), Dorrit Kelton (as "Miss Craig"), Grace McDonald (as "Bugs Saunders"; final Broadway role), John McKee (as "Mr. Cartwright"), Doro Merande (as "Miss Hogben"), Millard Mitchell (as "Harry Scravvis"), Scott Moore (as "Bus Driver"), Mrs. Priestly Morrison (as "Mrs. Cartwright"), J.C. Nugent (as "Senator Broderick"), Daniele Porise (as "Sinister Man"), Jack Riano (as "George Smith"), Guy Sampsel (as "Mr. Dewey"), Lucia Seger (as "Mrs. Keek"), G. Albert Smith (as "Doc Strube"), Jane Standish (as "Mrs. Dewey"), Brenda Struck (as "Lucille Keek"), Arnold Saint Subber (as "Young Man with a Radio"), Keenan Wynn (as "Joseph Dolma"). Produced by Otto Preminger and Norman Pincus.
  • (1942) Stage Play: Johnny on a Spot. Comedy. Written by Charles MacArthur. Based on a story by Parke Levy [final Broadway credit]. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Frederick Fox. Directed by Charles MacArthur. Plymouth Theatre: 8 Jan 1942-10 Jan 1942 (4 performances). Cast: Edith Atwater (as "Julie Glynn"), Sanford Bickart (as "Creeper"), Jack Brainard (as "Cameraman"), William Foran (as "Danny"), Will Geer (as "Doc Blossom"), G. Swayne Gordon (as "Chief of Police"), Michaell Harris (as "Colonel Wigmore"), Paul Huber (as "Ben Kusick"), Richard Karlan (as "Chronicle Reporter"), Burton Mallory (as "Chronicle Cameraman"), Arthur Marlowe (as "McClure"), Jack McCauley (as "Salesman"), Harry Meehan (as "Flanagan"), Dennie Moore (as "Pearl Lamonte"), Tom Morrison (as "Heeler"), Charles Olcott (as "Mayor Lovett"), John O'Malley (as "Sergeant of State Troopers"), Olvester Polk (as "Lucius"), Ben Roberts (as "Warden"), Phil Sheridan (as "Captain of State Troopers"), Florence Sundstrom (as "Barbara Webster"), Joseph Sweeney (as "Judge Webster"), Tito Vuolo (as "Pepi Pisano"), Garney Wilson (as "Dapper"), Keenan Wynn (as "Nicky Allen"). Produced by John Shubert.
  • (1942) Stage Play: Strip for Action. Written by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. National Theatre: 30 Sep 1942- 2 Jan 1943 (110 performances). Cast: Jean Carter (as "Florida"), Joey Faye (as "Joey"), Billy Koud (as "Billy Miller"), Murray Leonard, Eleanor Lynn, Keenan Wynn (as "Nutsy") [final Broadway role], Harold Abbey (as "Jonesy"), Wylie Adams (as "Jeff"), Jack Albertson (as "Eddie"), Anita Arden (as "Gladys"), Harry Bannister (as "Chief of Staff"), Helen Barrie (as "Doris"), Leslie Barrie(as "Commissioner Ainley"), Marji Beeler (as "Maizie"), Howard Blaine, Eleanor Boleyn (as "Ruthie"), Olga Brace (as "Sally"), Milt Bronson (as "Sam"), Richard Clark, Wendell Corey (as "Farmer"), Toni Crane, Harry De Costa, John Deshay, Jeraldine Dvorak, Cpl. Tommy Farrell (as "Traps") [Broadway debut], Doris Faye (as "Shirley"), Pat Flynn, Kenneth Forbes (as "Buzz"), Bert Freed (as "Dan"), Joseph Haworth, Paul Huber (as "Gen. McPhelan"), Gloria Ingles (as "Judy"), Charlie Kaye (as "Clint"), Barry Kelley, David Kerman (as "Major Daniels") [final Broadway role], Don Kohler (as "Tex"), Boo La Von, Owen Martin (as "Mitch"), James McMahon (as "Gus"), Gary Myles, Gordon Nelson (as "Capt. Adams"), Betty Noonan (as "Dracula"), Jacqueline Paige (as "Virginia"), Cpl. Leonard A. Patrick (as "Lieut. Nelson"), Coby Ruskin (as "Brooklyn"), Evelyn Russell, Richard Sanders, Jerome Thor (as "Hollenbeck"), Kitty Voss (as "Kitty"), Will J. Ward (as "Mike"). Produced by Oscar Serlin, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse.
  • (September 23, 1943) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 59 "The Most Dangerous Game".
  • (7/5/44) Radio: Appeared on "Orson Welles' Almanac".
  • (January 4, 1945) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 124 "I Had an Alibi"
  • (June 29, 1944) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 98 "The Walls Came Tumbling Down"
  • (December 20, 1945) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 172 "Double Entry"
  • (April 18, 1946) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 189 "The Night Reveals"
  • (1982) PSA TV spot for Better Hearing Institute - Himself

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