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  • Golden Dawn (1927). Musical. Music by 'Emmerich Kalman' and Herbert P. Stothart. Material by Otto A. Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Direction by Herbert P. Stothart. Associate Musical Director: Mario Agnolucci. Choreographed by Dave Bennett. Directed by Reginald R. Hammerstein. Hammerstein's Theatre: 30 Nov 1927- 5 May 1928 (184 performances). Cast: F.J. Accoll, Alexander University Fine's Russian Art Choir, Ann Anderson, Vsevolad Andrenoff, Emilia Andrievska, Irving Andrievsky, Paula Ayers, Louise Baer, Saloma Bartolm, Arnold Basil, Service Bell, W.M. Bellis, Carlo Benetti, Norine Bogen, George Brant, Henry Brown, Leola Buelow, Alice Bussee, Maude Carleton, Barbara Carrington, Jacques Cartier, Tom Chadwick, Helene Chaudaroff, Vladimir Chavdaroff, Robert Chisholm, Inez Clough, Helene Cunihan, Michael Dalsky, Xenia Dalsky, Vladimir Danieloff, Nydia D'Arnell, Christine David, Joseph Davidenko, Frances Denny, Harold Des Verney, Frank Dobert, Hazel Drury, Frances Dumas, James Earl, H. Webster Elkins, La Vergne Evans, Marie Foster, Norma France, Robert Paton Gibbs, Geraldine Gooding, Leonard Gorlenko, Kumar Goshal, Geneva Grant, Dora Grebenetsky, Paul Gregory, James Grey, Klara Grosheva, Maria Grushko, Amos Guerrant, Janet Hale, Adolph Henderson, Jean Hitch, Elizabeth Holloway, Olin Howland, Louise Hunter, Zina Ivanova, Robert Jackson, Mimi Jordan, Karol Kayne, All Kisselava, Toni Klimovitch, Kohana, Peter Kosloff, Grace La Rue, Lucy Lawlor, Cary Grant (credited as Archie Leach) (as "Anzac"), Mary Mason, Ruthena Matson, William McFarland, Alva McGill, Len Mence, Peggy Messinger, Julia F. Mitchell, Sorena Mumma, Barbara Newberry, Mabel Olsen, Lidia Ordinsky, Raymond Otto, Alexander Ouzoroff, Reginald Pasch, Henry Pemberton, Milton Rae, McKinley Reeves, Alma Reynolds, Tom Rider, Leona Riggs, Wilma Roeloff, Viviene Russell, Betty Schum, Konstantine Smith, Gil Squires, Marguerita Sylva, Magda Trauber, Louise Turner, Valla Valentinova, Joseph Vitale (as "Ensemble"), William Walker, Benveneta Washington, Edward Watkins, Rosena Weston, Maud White, Earl Wilson. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein.
  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1955) Stage Play: Ankles Aweigh. Musical comedy. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Dan Shapiro. Book by Guy Bolton and Eddie Davis. Vocal and Orchestral Arrangements by Don Walker. Musical and Choral Director: Salvatore Dell'Isola. Dance Music Devised by Roger Adams. Additional dance music by Donald Pippin. Assistant to Mr. Walker: Seymour Ginzler. Assistant to Mr. Finklehoffe: Edward C. Lilley. Choreographed by Tony Charmoli. Uncredited show doctoring by Jerome Robbins. Directed by Fred F. Finklehoffe. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 18 Apr 1955- 17 Sep 1955 (176 performances). Cast: Betty Kean (as "Elsey"), Jane Kean (as "Wynne"), Mark Dawson (as "Lt. Bill Kelley"), Lew Parker (as "Dinky"), Dick Alderson (as "Dancer"), Mark Allen (as "Captain Zimmerman"), Sandi Bonner (as "Dancer"), Marilynn Bradley (as "Singer"), Hank Brunjes (as "Dancer"), Thelma Carpenter (as "Chipolata"), Gene Carrons (as "Dancer"), Frank Conville (as "Pizza Cart Man"), Bill Costin (as "Tommy"), Thelma Dare (as "Singer"), Gabriel Dell (as "Spud"), Don Emmons (as "Dancer"), Herbert Fields [credited as Herb Fields] (as "Tony/Singer"), Patty Fitzsimmons (as "Dancer"), Betty George (as "Lucia"), Don Graham (as "Singer"), Skeet Guenther (as "Shore Patrol/Dancer"), Henry Hamilton (as "Singer"), Ed Hanley (as "Russ"), Will Hussung (as "Admiral Pottles"), Mike Kellin (as "Joe Mancinni"), Warren J. Kemmerling (as "Singer"), Michael King (as "Singer"), Marilyn Marsh (as "Dancer"), Virginia Martin (as "Singer"), Ray Mason (as "Camera Man/Singer"), Ellen McCown (as "Singer"), Meri Miller (as "Dancer"), Marianne Olsen (as "Dancer"), Janet Pavek (as "Singer"), Jack Purcell (as "Dancer"), Jack Rains (as "Singer"), Marsha Rivers (as "Dancer"), Karen Shepard (as "The Duchess/Singer"), John Smolko (as "Dancer"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), Gloria Stevens (as "Dancer"), Hobe Streiford (as "Singer"), Jack Timmers (as "Dancer"), Nancy Walters (as "Native Girl"), Singer"), Patricia White (as "Dancer"), Ethel Winter (as "Dancer"). Understudies: Frank Conville (as "Dinky"), Ed Hanley (as "Spud"), Virginia Martin (as "Wynne"), Ray Mason (as "Lt. Bill Kelley") and Karen Shepard (as "Chipolata"). Replacement actors: Juan Anduze (as "Dancer"), Ed Begley (as "Shore Patrol"), Vivian Dandridge (as "Chipolata"), Dorothy Dunau (as "Dancer"), Rosemary Gaines (as "Native Girl"), Betty Graber (as "Singer"), Larry Howard (as "Dancer"), Virginia Martin (as "Wynne"), Ray Mason (as "Lt. Bill Kelley"), Sheldon Ossosky (as "Shore Patrol"), Georgia Reed (as "Wynne"), Karen Shepard (as "Chipolata"), Parker Wilson (as "Dancer"). Produced by Howard Hoyt, Reginald R. Hammerstein and Fred F. Finklehoffe.

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