Appeared (as "Stetson Boy Dancer", "Gentleman of the Ensemble") in "Whoopee!" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Material adaption by William Anthony McGuire
(also directed dialogue). Based on "The Nervous Wreck" by Owen Davis
. Music by Walter Donaldson
. Lyrics by Gus Kahn
. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Dances and ensembles ...
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[Who thought in 1973 for a while about the Barnaby Jones character he portrayed]: "Besides being older, he approaches problems more calmly. Not that he's incapable of being worked up. He has compassion for the victim, compassion for the bereaved and compassion really for the convicted. Not that he's soft. He's a embodiment of what someone once said about a tough skipper-he's hard, but he's fair."
He was survived, immediately, by his seven children and his third wife, Dotti, as well as a large extended family.
The catchphrase "Wellll, doggies!"