- (1944) Stage: Wrote "But Not Goodbye", produced on Broadway. NOTE: Filmed as The Cockeyed Miracle (1946).
- (1933) Radio: He was the original voice of "Tbe Lone Ranger" (using his real name of George Stenius). He left the role after 2-1/2 months to pursue a career as a writer in New York.
- (1967) Stage: Wrote "Love in E Flat", produced on Broadway. Comedy.
- (1963) Stage: Wrote (w/Valentine Davies) source material (film script for Miracle on 34th Street (1947)) for "Here's Love", produced on Broadway. Musical. Music / book / lyrics by Meredith Willson. Musical Director / Additional scoring by / Vocal arrangements by Elliot Lawrence. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Peter Howard. CHoreography by Michael Kidd. Directed / produced by 'Stuart Ostrow' (v). Shubert Theatre: 3 Oct 1963-25 Jul 1964 (334 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Laurence Naismith (as "Mr. Kris Kringle"), Janis Paige (as "Doris Walker"), Craig Stevens (as "Fred Gaily"; final Broadway role), Fred Gwynne (as "Marvin Shellhammer"), Diane Ball, Michael Bennett, Duane Bodin, Debbie Breen, Elaine Cancilla, Kathy Cody, Patrick Cummings, Ceil Delli, Larry Douglas, David Doyle (as "Mr. Psawyer"), Suzanne France, Penny Gaston, William Griffis, Cliff Hall, Del Horstmann, Reby Howells, Gene Kelton, Ronnie Kroll, Mara Landi, Baayork Lee, Valerie Lee, David Lober, Sal Lombardo, Mary Louise, William Louther, Bob McClure, Terrin Miles, Hal Norman, Patti Pappathatos, Paul Reed, Sandra Roveta, Arthur Rubin, Darrell Sandeen, Carolsue Shaer, John Sharpe, Bill Stanton, Leesa Troy.
- (10/25/74-12/22/74) Stage: Directed Sean O'Casey's play, "Juno and the Paycock," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.
- (10/30/46-11/10/46) Stager: Wrote "But Not Goodbye," performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, CA. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Dwight Thomas was director.