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  • (1960) Stage: Appeared (as "Wildcat Jackson") in "Wildcat" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by N. Richard Nash. Music by Cy Coleman. Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Musical Director / Dance arrangements / vocal arrangements by John Morris. Music arranged / orchestrated by Robert Ginzler and Sid Ramin. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Hair Design by Ronald De Mann. Directed / choreographed / co-produced (w/N. Richard Nash) by Michael Kidd. Alvin Theatre: 16 Dec 1960-3 Jun 1961 (171 performances + 2 preview performances). Cast: Keith Andes (as "Joe Dynamite"), Paula Stewart (as "Jane Jackson"), Ken Ayers, Robert Bakanic, Barbara Beck, Charles Braswell (as "Matt"), Clifford David, Mel Davidson, Howard Fischer, H.F. Green, Lee Green, Penny Ann Green, Valerie Harper (as "Dancer"), Edith King (as "Countess Emily O'Brien"), Lucia Lambert, Al Lanti, Ronald Lee, Jan Leighton, Urylee Leonardos, Bill Linton, Jacqueline Maria, Ray Mason, Wendy Nickerson, Virginia Oswald, Frank Pietri, Bill Richards, Anthony Saverino, John Sharpe, Jeanne Steel, Swen Swenson, Gerald Teijelo, Don Tomkins, Gene Varrone (as "Singer"), Marsha Wagner, Bill Walker.
  • (1952) Print ad: Magazine advertisement with Desi Arnaz for Philip Morris cigarettes.
  • (1940s) Magazine advertisements: Woodbury facial powder.
  • (1950s) TV commercial (w/Desi Arnaz): Philip Morris cigarettes
  • (1962) Unsold pilot: Appeared with Gale Gordon in a sketch about a woman who had never been in an airplane before, in support of a proposed TV anthology series called "The Victor Borge Comedy Theatre".
  • (1970s) Print ads / TV commercials: The Milton Bradley Company. NOTE: She variously appeared in TV commercials, and/or her pictures appeared on the boxes of board games such as "Solotaire" ("plays like solitaire, scores like poker"), "Pivot Pool" and "Body Language".
  • (1930-31) Artist's model for the Chesterfield Cigarette Girl (under the pseudonym Diane Belmont).
  • (1931-33) In New York City, she was a model for Hattie Carnegie's salon.
  • (1948-51) Radio: Appeared in the comedy series "My Favorite Husband" with Richard Denning as Liz and George Cooper. NOTE: The show was done in front of a studio audience, and Lucy honed her comic talents by acting out many of the parts and making funny faces at the audience to make them laugh. Several of the scripts were later redone as episodes of I Love Lucy (1951).
  • (3/27/50) Radio: Starred with Clifton Webb in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "The Man Who Came to Dinner".
  • (11/10/47) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "The Dark Corner".
  • (5/22/49) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast of "Her Husband's Affairs".
  • (3/8/44) Radio: Appeared on "Orson Welles' Almanac".
  • (2011) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Lucille Ball," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Suzanne LaRusch in the cast.

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