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  • Radio: Portrayed Simon Templar on "The Saint" for CBS Radio (1947-1948), Mutual Radio (1948-1950) and NBC Radio (1950-1951).
  • (1935-37) Stage: Appeared (as "Prince Albert") in "Victoria Regina"
  • (1941) Stage: Played Manningham in "Angel Street".
  • Stage: Played Sir Despard in "Ruddigore".
  • Book: "The Michelango Bible"
  • Book (with Mary Grant): "A Treasury of Great Recipes"
  • TV commercial: Citibank
  • TV commercial: Hangman game by Milton Bradley.
  • (1987) TV commercial: Cousins Submarine Sandwich Shop
  • (1984) TV commercial: Sun Country Wine Cooler
  • (1970-76) Stage: Appeared in "Oliver!"
  • (1938-39) Stage: Appeared in "Outward Bound"
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared in "The Wild Duck"
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared in "The Winslow Boy"
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared in "What Every Woman Knows"
  • (1958) Stage: Appeared in "Visit to a Small Planet"
  • (1937-38) Stage: Appeared in "Shoemaker's Holiday"
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared in "Romance"
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared in "Princess Turandot"
  • (1964-65) Stage: Appeared in "Peter Pan"
  • (1939) Stage: Appeared in "The Mistress of the Inn"
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared in "The Passing of the Third Floor Back"
  • (1947) Stage: Appeared in "The Last of My Solid Gold Watches"
  • (1936-38) Stage: Appeared in "Parnell"
  • (1967-68) Stage: Appeared in "Married Alive"
  • (1939) Stage: Appeared in "Mamba's Daughters"
  • (1951) Stage: Appeared in "The Cocktail Party" by T.S. Eliot, La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA. Also in cast: Patricia Neal.
  • (1936,1940) Stage: Appeared in "Elizabeth the Queen"
  • (1937-38) Stage: Appeared in "The Lady Has a Heart"
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared in "The Lady's Not for Burning"
  • (1940) Stage: Appeared in "The American Way"
  • (1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Hector Hushabye") in "Heartbreak House" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Scenic Design by John Koenig. Costume Design by Milla Davenport. Directed by Orson Welles. Mercury Theatre: 29 Apr 1938- Jun 1938 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Mady Christians (as "Hesione Hushabye"), George Coulouris (as "Boss Mangan"), Geraldine Fitzgerald (as "Ellie Dunn"), Brenda Forbes, John Hoyt (as "Randall Utterword"; credited as John Hoysradt], Phyllis Joyce (as "Randall Utterword"), Erskine Sanford (as "Mazzini Dunn"), Orson Welles (as "Capt. Shotover"). Produced by Orson Welles and John Houseman.
  • (1952) Stage: Appeared in "Goodbye Again"
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared in "The Lady of La Paz"
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared in "Billy Budd"
  • (1940) Stage: Appeared in "Poet's Corner",
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared in "Death Takes a Holiday"
  • (1976) Stage: Appeared in "Charley's Aunt"
  • (1978) Stage: Appeared in "Diversions and Delights" on Broadway. Solo Performance. Written by John Gay (II). Directed by Joseph Hardy (I). Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 12 Apr 1978-22 Apr 1978 (13 performances + 2 previews that began on 10 Apr 1978). Cast: Vincent Price (as "Oscar Wilde"). Produced by Roger Berlind, Frank R. Levy and Mike Wise. Theatre Owned/Operated by Nancy Enterprises Inc. (Neil Simon).
  • (1976-78) Stage: Appeared in "Damn Yankees"
  • (1935) Stage: Appeared in "Chicago"
  • (1952) Stage: Played the Devil in "Don Juan in Hell"
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared in "Eden End"
  • (1974-75) Stage: Appeared in "Ardele"
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared in "Black Eyed Susan"
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared in "Anita"
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared in "Angel Street"
  • (1968) Stage: Appeared in "Darling of the Day" on Broadway. Musical. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg [uncredited], book by Nunnally Johnson [author of original book/credit withdrawn before Broadway opening]. From the plays "Buried Alive" and "The Great Adventure" by Arnold Bennett. Musical Director / Vocal Arrangements by Buster Davis. Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Choreographed by Lee Theodore. Directed by Noel Willman. George Abbott Theatre: 27 Jan 1968-24 Feb 1968 (31 performances + 4 previews that began on 16 Jan 1968). Cast: Vincent Price (as "Priam Farll"), Patricia Routledge (as "Alice Challice"), Brenda Forbes (as "Lady Vale"), Teddy Green (as "Alf"), Peter Woodthorpe (as "Oxford"), John Aman (as "Equerry" / "Constable" / Singer"), Bonnie Ano (as "Dancer"), Camila Ashland (as "Mrs. Leek"), Larry Brucker (as "Attendant" / "Singer"), Christopher Chadman (as "Dancer"), Paul Eichel (as "Frame Maker" / "Singer"), Charles Gerald (as "The King"), Marian Haraldson (as "Singer"), Reby Howells (as "Dancer"), Beth Howland (as "Rosalind" / "Dancer"), Mitchell Jason (as "Duncan"), Marc Jordan (as "Bert"), Reid Klein (as "Sydney"/ "Singer"), George Lee (as "Dancer"), Michael Lewis (as "Pennington"), Leo Leyden (as "Doctor" / "Judge"), Jim May (as "Dancer"), Ross Miles (as "Cabby" / "Dancer"), Carl Nicholas (as "Old Gentleman" / "Singer"), Joy Nichols (as "Daphne"), Kay Oslin (as "Singer"), Jeannette Seibert (as "Singer"), Fred Siretta (as "Curate" / "Dancer"), Maggie Task (as "Singer"), Georgianne Walken (credited as Georgianne Thon; as "Dancer"), Phyllis Wallach (as "Dancer"), Charles Welch (as "Henry Leek"), Herb Wilson (as "Curate" / "Dancer"), Denise Winston (as "Dancer"), Maggie Worth (as "Singer"), Albert Zimmerman (as "Singer"). Standbys: Mitchell Jason (as "Priam Farll"), Joy Nichols (as "Alice Challice"). Replscement actors: Zale Kessler (as "Constable"), Mariliyn Sofia (as "Singer"). Produced by The Theatre Guild (Philip Langner and Armina Marshall) and Joel Schenker.
  • (1935) Stage: Appeared in "Anatol".
  • (1983) Music video: Narrator of Michael Jackson's video Michael Jackson: Thriller (1983).
  • (1983) Album: Recited the poem on Michael Jackson's single "Thriller" from the album of the same name.
  • (c. 1980) Radio commercial: Amercian Service Center, an automobile dealer in Arlington, VA.
  • (1984) TV commercial (voice-over): "Chips Ahoy Mystery Theater".
  • (1975) Album: Narrated the opening to the song "The Black Widow" on Alice Cooper's album, "Welcome to My Nightmare".
  • (1960s/1970s) Albums: Recorded many horror short stories for Caedmon Records, the legendary spoken-word label.
  • (1959) Print ad: Appeared in a Smith Brothers Black Cough Drops ad in TV Guide,
  • (10/;22/56) Appeared on "Bandstand" (not be confused with Bandstand (1952)) hosted by Jim Gallant which aired at 4:00 pm Eastern time in New York.
  • (1987) TV commercial: Tilex soap scum remover spray.
  • (1971) TV commercial: Shrunken Head Apple Kit.
  • (1979) Radio: He was the Wednesday night host for CBS Radio's "Sears Mystery Theater". He was still Wednesday's host when it became "The Mutual Radio Theater" on Mutual Radio (1980).
  • (1973-75, 1983) Radio: Host of BBC Radio's "The Price of Fear". NOTE: He narrated short horror stories as himself, rather than as other characters.
  • (1960s) Unsold pilot: He and Peter Lorre starred as crime-fighting antique dealers in a pilot called "Collector's Item."
  • (1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Abraham Lincoln") in "Yours, A. Lincoln" on Broadway. Written by Paul Horgan. Inspired by the book "Why Was Lincoln Murdered?" by 'Otto Eisenschiml'. Directed by Robert Ross. Shubert Theatre: 9 Jul 1942-12 Jul 1942 (2 performances). Cast: Harry Bellaver (as "Grant"), Parker Fennelly (as "Roundhill"), Stephen Haddon, Ruth Hermanson, Del Hughes, Bill Johnson, David Koser, Robert E. Lee, Sherman MacGregor, Tony Mannino, Tom McDermott, Mary Michael, Homer Miles, Gibbs Penrose, Wendell K. Phillips, Robert Toms, Harry Townes, Don Valentine, Watson White. Produced by The Experimental Theatre, Inc.
  • 9/21/49: Starred in the television series, "The Croupier", by Milton Geiger.
  • (1975) Stage: Appeared in Jean Anouilh's play, "Ardele", at the Queen's Theatre in London, England, with Coral Browne, Charles Gray, Allan Cuthbertson and Anita Dobson in the cast. Frith Banbury MBE was the director.
  • (1985) TV commercial: Polaroid VHS.
  • (1985) TV commercial: Time-Life Books: The Enchanted World
  • (1970s) TV commercial: "Stay Alive" board game.
  • (1980s) PSA: Anti-Smoking Fire Safety TV spot (voiceover).
  • (8/1/56) Guested on the daytime television program "The Louis Quinn Show".
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared in "Victoria Regina" on Broadway. Historical drama [return engagement]. Written by Laurence Housman. Incidental music arranged by Walter Leigh. Directed / produced by Gilbert Miller. Broadhurst Theatre: 31 Aug 1936-Jun 1937 (closing date unknown/314 performances). Cast: Helen Hayes (as "Victoria"), Mary Austin (as "A Maidservant"), Alan Bandler (as "Royal Footman"), James Bedford (as "Mr. Oakley"), E. Bellenden-Clarke (as "Lord Conyngham"), Felix Brown (as "An Imperial Highness"), Buddy Buehler (as "Ensemble"), Willis Duncan (as "Ensemble"), Babette Feist (as "Duchess of Kent"), Mary Forbes (as "First Princess"), Charles Francis (as "Lord Melbourne"), Albert Froom (credited as Albert Froome; as "Mr. Richards, Albert's Valet"), Arthur Gould-Porter (as "First Queen's Gentleman"), Cherry Hardy (as "Duchess of Sutherland"), Mary Heberden (as "Lady Muriel"), Alfred Helton (as "A Footman"), Edward Jones (as "Third Queen's Gentleman"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Second Princess"), A.C. Fotheringham-Lysons (as "Second Queen's Gentleman"), George Macready (as "Prince Ernest"), Renee Macredy (as "Lady Grace"; final Broadway role), Oswald Marshall (as "Mr. Anson, Albert's Secretary"), Edward Martin (as "A Court Usher"), Herschel Martin (as "Sir Arthur Bigge"), Gilbert McKay (as "His Royal Highness"), Guy Moneypenny (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Munn (as "Third Princess"), Mary Newham-Davis (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Harry Plimmer (as "Archbishop of Canterbury"), Shirley Poirier (as "Ensemble"), Vincent Price (as "Prince Albert"), Abraham Sofaer (as "Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield"), Jean Stephenson (as "Ensemble"), Helen Trenholme (as "Lady Jane"), Robert Von Rigel (as "A Footman"), James Woodburn (as "John Brown"), Tom Woods (as "Gen. Grey, The Queen's Secretary").
  • (1953) Stage: Appeared (as "the Duke of Buckingham" in "Richard III", directed by Jose Ferrer.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared (as "the Duke of Buckingham" in "Richard III" at NYC's City Center, directed by Richard Whorf.
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared in "Buried Alive".
  • (1975) Cookbook: "What the Hell Do You Do with Parsley?".
  • (2/25/49) Radio: Sstarred in "The Playhouse" episode "Leona's Room".
  • (1938) Stage: Appeaered in "Outward Bound" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Sutton Vane. Directed by Otto Preminger. Playhouse Theatre: 22 Dec 1938-22 Jul 1939 (255 performances). Cast: Florence Reed (as "Mrs. Clivedon-Banks"), Laurette Taylor (as "Mrs. Midget"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Rev. Frank Thomson"), Helen Chandler (as "Ann"), Morgan Farley (as "Scrubby"), Bramwell Fletcher (as "Mr. Prior"), Louis Hector (as "Mr. Lingley"), Alexander Kirkland (as "Henry"), Vincent Price (as "Rev. William Duke"). Produced by The Playhouse Company.
  • (1982) Narrated trailer for the film House of The Long Shadows (1982).
  • (1977) Radio: Starred (with Peter Cushing) in "Aliens in the Mind", a six-part science-fiction serial for BBC Radio 4 written by Robert Holmes.
  • (7/19/59) Radio: Appeaered in "Suspense" episode "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge".
  • (6/1/58) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" episode 753, "Rave Notice".
  • (9/12/46) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" episode 210, "Hunting Trip".
  • (4/11/46) Radio: Appeared in the "Suspense" episode "The Name of the Beast".
  • (11/10/57) Radio: Appeared on "Suspense", Episode 724: "The Pit and the Pendulum".
  • (12/2/48) Radio: Appeared on "Suspense", Episode 317: "The Hands of Ottermole".
  • (11/11/56) Radio Appeared on "Suspense", Episode 673: "Three Skeleton Keys".
  • (3/3/57) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" Episode 688: "Present Tense".
  • (7/17/46) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" Episode 254: "Beyond Good and Evil". NOTE: This show is considered lost.
  • (10/18/58) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" Episode 773: "Three Skeleton Key" (remake).
  • (6/1/44) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" Episode 94: "Fugue in C Minor".
  • (11/23/43) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" Episode 67: "The Strange Death of Charles Umberstein".
  • (6/9/57) Radio: Appeared in "Suspense" Episode 702: "The Green and Gold String".
  • (10/7/46) Radio: Appeared (as "Nicholas Van Ryn") on the "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Dragonwyck".
  • (Summer 1974) He acted in Lionel Bart's musical, "Oliver!" in a Kenley Players production at the Packard Music Hall Theatre in Warren; the Veterans Memorial Theatre in Columbus and Memorial Hall in Dayton, Ohio. John Kenley was artistic director.
  • (July 1976) He played Mr. Applegate in the musical, "Damn, Yankees," in a Kenley Players production at the Packard Music Hall Theatre in Warren; the Veterans Memorial Theatre in Columbus and Memorial Hall in Dayton, Ohio with Russ Thacker (Joe Hardy); Pia Zadora (Lola); Frank Echols (Van Buren); Paige Massman (Gloria Thorpe); Charles Caron (Welch); Nick Jolley (Rocky); Robin Stone (Smokey); Laura Waterbury (Doris); Carol Trigg (Sister); Lawrence Vincent (Joe Boyd) and Providence Hollander ( Meg Boyd) in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director. Leslie B. Cutler was director. Mario Melodia was choreographer. Richard Patton was musical director. Phillip Louis Rodzen was scenic designer. Carl Heastand was costume designer. Joseph Vispi was associate to Mr. Kenley. William Kirk was assistant to Mr. Kenley. Mike Verina was cover artist. George Abbott and Douglass Wallop wrote the book. Richard Adler and Jerry Ross were composers and lyricists.

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