Edward G. Robinson Poster

Other Works

  • (1915) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Under Fire" on Broadway. Written by Roi Cooper Megrue. Co-directed by William Courtenay (also in cast) and Roi Cooper Megrue. Hudson Theatre: 11 Sep 1915-Jan 1916 (closing date unknown/129 performances). Cast: Dorothy Abbott, Sydney Chon, Frank Craven, Robert Fischer, Phoebe Foster, Violet Heming, Edward Hicks, Felix Krembs, Frank Morgan, McKay Morris, Malise Sheridan, Henry Stephenson, Norman Tharp, Harland Tucker [Broadway debut], Jack Wessel. Produced by Selwyn & Co.
  • (1916) Stage: Appeared in "Under Sentence" on Broadway. Written by Roi Cooper Megrue and Irvin S. Cobb. Harris Theatre: 3 Oct 1916-Nov 1916 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher, John A. Boone, Harry Crosby, Stephen Denbeigh, E.H. Dresser, Laurence Eddinger [credited as Lawrence Eddinger], Thomas P. Gunn, Felix Krembs, George MacQuarrie [Broadway debut], Thomas Mitchell, Frank Morgan, George Nash, Joseph Slaytor, Gerald Oliver Smith, George Wright Jr. Produced by Selwyn & Co. NOTE: Filmed as Fighting Odds (1917).
  • (1917) Stage: Appeared in "The Deluge" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Henning Berger. Adaptation by Frank Allen. Hudson Theatre: 20 Aug 1917-Sep 1917 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: William Dick, Henry E. Dixey, Riley Hatch, Pauline Lord, Robert McWade, Guy Nichols, Clyde North, Frederick Perry, William J. Phinney. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1917) Stage: Appeared in "The Pawn" on Broadway. Written by Azelle M. Aldrich and Joseph Noll. Fulton Theatre: 8 Sep 1917-Sep 1917 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: K. Akashi, Isa Aoki, James L. Crane, Gertrude Dallas, Malcolm Duncan, S. Furusho, Ione McGrane, C. Mijaki, Charles A. Sellon, Joseph Selman, K. Takemi, G. Tatsuno, Eizo Terui, Walker Whiteside, Marjorie Wood. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Teacher", produced on Broadway. Written by Harry James Smith. Playhouse Theatre: 4 Feb 1918-May 1918 (closing date unknown/128 performances). Cast: Ethan Allen, Katherine Brewster, Paul Bryant, Curtis Cooksey, Florence Curran, Lillian Dix, James Gillen, Thomas Gillen, Harold Hartsell, Marie Haynes, Viola Leach, Carolyn Lee, Kate Mayhew, Maxine Mazanovich, Nina Morris, Mary Ryan. Produced by George M. Cohan and Sam Harris.
  • (1919) Stage: Appeared (as "Steve") in "First is Last", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Samuel Shipman and Percival Wilde. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 17 Sep 1919-Nov 1919 (closing date unknown/62 performances). Cast: Franklyn Ardell (as "Lowell"), Elise Bartlett (as "Helen"), Kathleen Comegys (as "Ethel"), Richard Dix, Phoebe Foster (as "Madge"), James Kearney (as "Selby, A butler"), Mary Newcombe (as "Annabelle"), Hassard Short (as "Doug"), Robert Strange. Produced by William Harris Jr..
  • (1919) Stage: Appeared (as "Satin") in "Night Lodging", produced on Broadway. Drama. Written by Maxim Gorky. Plymouth Theatre: 22 Dec 1919-Jan 1920 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Louis Alter, E.J. Ballantine (as "Aloyshka"), Cecil Clovelly (as "Baron"), Alan Dinehart (as "Vaska Pepel"), William E. Hallman, Rosalind Ivan, Charles Kennedy, Lillian Kingsbury, Pauline Lord (as "Nastia"), Eva McDonald, Edwin Nicander, Alexis M. Polianov, Hans Robert, W.H. Thompson, Gilda Varesi Archibald (as "Vassilisa Karpovna, Michael's Wife"), Cecil Yapp (as "Bubnov"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1920) Stage: Appeared (as "Pinsky") in "Poldekin" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Booth Tarkington. Park Theatre: 9 Sep 1920-Oct 1920 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Carl Anthony (as "Podoff"), George Arliss (as "Poldekin"), William H. Barwald (as "Sergeant"), Julia Dean (as "Blanche"), Emil Hoch (as "Endachieff"), Manart Kippen (as "Nicolai"), Elsie MacKay (as "Maria"), Sidney Toler (as "Welch"), Hubert Wilke (as "Krimoff"). Produced by George C. Tyler.
  • (1920) Stage: Appeared (as "The Director") in "Samson and Delilah" on Broadway. Comedy-tragedy. Written by Sven Lange, as translated by Samuel S. Grossman. Greenwich Village Theatre: 17 Nov 1920-Mar 1921 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast: Jacob Ben-Ami, Marie Bruce, Robert T. Haines, Robert Harrison, Sam Jaffe, Jacob Kingsbury, Manart Kippen, Stella Larrimore, Pauline Lord, Thomas Meegan, Olga Olonova, Alexis M. Polianov, A.W. Reno. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Mendel") in "The Idle Inn" on Broadway. Book by Peretz Hirschbein. Book adapted by Isaac Goldberg and Louis Wolheim. Plymouth Theatre: 20 Dec 1921-Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Shirley Albert, Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Eisik"), Julius Bliech, Juliet Brenon, A.M. Bush, George Casselberry, Lucy English, Margaret Fareleigh, Frohman Foster, Anton Grubman, Lionel Hogarth, Stanley Howlett, Elizabeth Hunt, Sam Jaffe (as "Leibush"), Whitford Kane (as "Schakne"), Alice Kiesler, Jacob Kingsbury (as "Guest"), Ellen Larned, Andrey Lensky, David Leonard, Eva MacDonald, Gertrude Mann, Bella Nodell, Daisy Rieger, Gregory Robbins, Joanna Roos, Philip Scherman, William Schukin, Leon Seidenberg, Henry Sharp, Mary Shaw, Henry Simons, Maud Sinclair, Bennie Wagschall, Boris Weiner, Ottie Wetter, Leo Witko, Louis Wolheim (as "Bendet"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared (as "Nordling, an immigrant") in "The Deluge", produced on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Henning Berger. Adaptation by Frank Allen. Plymouth Theatre: 27 Jan 1922-Mar 1922 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: William Dick, Charles Ellis, Arthur Hurley, Lester Lonergan (as "O'Neill, a Lawyer"), Kathlene MacDonell, Robert McWade, Robert Emmett O'Connor, John Ravold, James Spottswood. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared (as "Louis") in "Banco", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Clare Kummer. Based on the French of Alfred Savoir. Directed by Robert Milton. Ritz Theatre: 20 Sep 1922-Nov 1922 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Cast: Francis Byrne, J. Malcolm Dunn (as "Feydal"), Lola Fisher, Charlotte Granville (as "Baroness Delignieres"), Hall Higley, Alice John, Alfred Lunt (as "Count Alexandre de Lussac, aka Banco"), Robert Strange. Produced by William H. Harris Jr.
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared in "Peer Gynt" on Broadway. Drama/poem (revival).
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Shrdlu) in "The Adding Machine" on Broadway Tragedy. Written by Elmer Rice. Garrick Theatre: 19 Mar 1923-Jul 1923 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Lewis Barrington (as "Policeman"), Elise Bartlett (as "Judy O'Grady"), Edyth Burnett, Louis Calvert (as "Lt. Charles"; final Broadway role), Ruby Craven (as "Mrs. Five"), Dudley Digges (as "Mr. Zero"), Irving Dillon (as "The Boss"), William M. Griffith, Daniel Hamilton, Marcia Harris, Paul Hayes, Gerald Lundegard, Harry McKenna, George Stehli (as "Mr. Four"), Therese Stewart (as "Mrs. Two"), Louise Sydmeth (as "Mrs. Six"), Helen Westley (as "Mrs. Zero"), Georgiana Wilson (as "Mrs. Three"), Margaret Wycherly (as "Daisy Diana Dorothea Devore"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Louis") in "Launzi" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Ferenc Molnar, as adapted by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Directed / produced by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 10 Oct 1923-Oct 1923 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Albert Bruning (as "Ivan"), Christine Compton (as "Madame Ivan"), Mary Hubbard (as "Redempta"), Saxon Kling (as "Imre"), Pauline Lord (as "Launzi"), Benedict MacQuarrie (as "Policeman"), William J. McClure (as "Dr. Anton"), Charles Milward (as "Frederick"), Adrienne Morrison (as "Claire"), Xenia Polinoff (as "Anna"), Irene Shirley, Edgar Stehli (as "Dr. Jeki"), Lark Taylor, (as "Dr. Barodi"), Mildred Whitney (as "Dativa"), Edith Yeager (as "Firmina").
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared in "A Royal Fandango", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Zoe Akins. Directed / produced by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 12 Nov 1923-Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Jose Alessandro, Frank Antiseri, Ethel Barrymore (as "H.R.H. Princess Amelia"), Virginia Chauvenet, Denise Corday, Drake De Kay, Charles Eaton, Walter Howe, Teddy Jones, Cyril Keightley (as "H.R.H. Prince Peter"), Aileen Poe, Edward G. Robinson (as "Pascual"), Beverly Sitgreaves, Spencer Tracy (as "Holt"), Lorna Volare (as "Princess Titania") [final Broadway role], Harold Webster.
  • (1924) Stage: Appeared (as "Ottaviano") in "The Firebrand" on Broadway Comedy. Written by Edwin Justus Mayer. Morosco Theatre: 15 Oct 1924-May 1925 (closing date unknown/261 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Emelia"), Dorothy Bicknell, Nana Bryant, Kenneth Dana, Eleanor Ewing, Wallace Fortune, George Drury Hart, Marie Haynes, Scott Hirschberg, Allyn Joslyn (as "Polverino"), J. Ellis Kirkman, Florence Mason, Charles McCarthy, Frank Morgan (as "Alessandro, the Duke of Florence"), Philip Niblette, Edward Quinn, Joseph Schildkraut (as "Benvenuto Cellini"), Wilbert Shields, Roland Winters (as "Gentleman of the Court/Soldier"). Produced by Laurence Schwab, Horace Liveright and Frank Mandel.
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Caesar") in "Androcles and the Lion" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Philip Moeller. Klaw Theatre: 23 Nov 1925-Jan 1926 (closing date unknown/68 performances/performed in repertory with "The Man of Destiny"). Cast: Alice Belmore (credited as Alice Belmore Cliffe; as "Megaera"), Romney Brent, Orville Caldwell (as "Ferrovius"), Frederick Chilton (as "Secutor"), Clare Eames (as "Lavinia"), William M. Griffith (as "Ox-driver" / "Retiarius"), Galwey Herbert (as "Centurian"), Philip Leigh (as "Spintho"), Alfred Little (as "Call-boy"), Richard Nye (as "Beggar"), Tom Powers (as "Captain"), Edward Reese (as "Editor"), Henry Travers, Allan Ward (as "Metellus". Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Reb Feiwel") in "The Goat Song" on Broadway. Written by Franz Werfel, as translated by Ruth Langner. Directed by Jacob Ben-Ami. Guild Theatre: 25 Jan 1926-Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/58 performances). Cast: Zita Johann (as "Kruna"), Harold Clurman, Lynn Fontanne, Dwight Frye, Philip Loeb, Judith Lowry, Alfred Lunt, Frank Reicher (as "Bogoboj"), Erskine Sanford, Helen Westley (as "Babka"), Martin Wolfson (as "Innkeeper"), Stanley G. Wood, Barry O'Moore, Blanche Yurka. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "A Stage Director") in "The Chief Thing" on Broadway. Comedy/drama. Written by Nicolas Evreinoff [credited as Nikolai Evreinov]. Translated by Leo Randole and Herman Bernstein. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 22 Mar 1926-Apr 1926 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Donald Angus (as "Tigelin"), Patricia Barron (as "A Fallen Woman"), Alice Belmore (as "Landlady in a Rooming House"), Romney Brent (as "Petronius"), Harold Clurman (as "Nero"), Peggy Conway (as "Popea Sabina"), Ernest Cossart (as "A Comedian"), C. Stafford Dickens (as "An Actor"), Dwight Frye (as "A Student"), William Griffith (as "Electrician"), Hildegarde Halliday (as "Nigidia, A Deaf Mute"), House Jameson (as "Lucian"), Kate Lawson (as "Ligia"), Edith Meiser (as "Lady With the Dog"), Esther Mitchell (as "Landlady's Daughter"), McKay Morris (as "Paraklete"), Lee Strasberg (as "A Prompter"), Willard Tobias (as "A Slave"), Henry Travers (as "Retired Government Clerk"), Mary True (as "Calvia Crispinilla"), Helen Westley (as "A School Teacher"), Estelle Winwood (as "A Dancer"), Stanley G. Wood (as "The Manager of a Provincial"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Westcott P. Bennett") in "Henry-Behave" on Broadway. Comedy/farce. Written by Lawrence Langner. Directed / produced by Gustav Blum. Nora Bayes Theatre: 23 Aug 1926-Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Walton Butterfield (as "Clement Courtney"), Elisha Cook Jr. (as "Dick Wilton"), Charlyne Courtland (as "Lavinia Courtney"), John Cumberland (as "Henry Wilton"), Charles De Bevoise (as "Archibald Musgrove"), Gail De Hart (as "Blanche Wilton"), Waldo Edwards (as "Arthur Courtney"), Violet Hill (as "Susan"), Loraine Lally (as "Beatrice Beamish"), Gladys Lloyd (as "Evelyn Hollis"), Beresford Lovett (as "Alton B. Stevens"), James Newcombe (as "Frank Adair"), Pat O'Brien (as "Anthony Alexander"), Darrell Starnes (as "Policeman"), Mary Walsh (as "Geraldine Tussant"), Justina Wayne (as "Kate Wilton"), Carrie Weller (as "Mrs. Huxley"), Irene Young (as "Adelaide Musgrove"), Jacob Zollinger (as "George").
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Gen. Porfirio Diaz") in "Juarez and Maximilian" on Broadway. Historical drama. Written by Franz Werfel. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 11 Oct 1926-Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Charles Allais, Albert Bruning, Morris Carnovsky (as "Riva-Palacio Canon Soria"), Harold Clurman (as "Mariano Escobedo, Polyphemie"), Cheryl Crawford (as "Madame Barrio"), Arnold Daly (as "Francois Achille Bazaine"), Stanley DeWolfe, Dudley Digges (as "Archbishop Labastida of Mexico and Puebla"), Clare Eames (as "Carlotta"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Princess Agnes Salm"), Perry Ivins (as "Theodosio Lares"), Earle Larrimore (as "State Councillor Stephen Herzfield"), Philip Leigh (as "City Deputy of Chihuahua, Yapitan"), Alfred Lewis, Philip Loeb (as "Elizea" / "Gen. Tomas Mejia"), Alfred Lunt (as "Maximilian"), Maurice McRae, Sanford Meisner (as "Blasio"), John Rynne, Erskine Sanford (as "Lawyer Siliceo"), Roland Twombley, Edward Van Sloan (as "Capt. Miguel Lopez"), Dan Walker. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Lawyer Grover") in "Ned McCobb's Daughter" on Broadway. Written by Sidney Howard. Directed by Philip Moeller. John Golden Theatre: 29 Nov 1926-Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/156 performances). Cast: Morris Carnovsky (as "Second Federal Man"), Clare Eames (as "Carrie Callahan"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Jenny"), Earle Larrimore (as "George Callahan"), 'Philip Leigh (I)' (as "Ben McCobb"), Philip Loeb (as "Nat Glidden"), Alfred Lunt (as "Babe Callahan"), Maurice McRae (as "First Federal Man"), Albert Perry (as "Capt. Ned McCobb"). Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTE: Filmed as Ned McCobb's Daughter (1928), Ned McCobb's Daughter (1951))l
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Smerdiakow") in "The Brothers Karamazov" on Broadway. Written by Jacques Copeau and 'Jean Croue'. Based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Translated by 'Rosalind Ivan. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 3 Jan 1927-Feb 1927 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton, William Boren (as "Ensemble"), Charles Carden (as "Trifon Boriston"), Morris Carnovsky, Elizabeth Church (as "Ensemble"), 'Phyllis Connard' (q) (as "Arina"), Charles Courtneidge, Cheryl Crawford (as "Ensemble"), John Davis (as "Ensemble"), Dudley Digges (as "Feodor Pavlovitch Karamazov"), Clare Eames (as "Katerina Ivanova Verhovovtseva"), Dorothy Fletcher, Lynn Fontanne (as "Agrafena Alexandrovna Svetlov"), George Gaul (as "Ivan Feodorovitch Karamazov"), Adele Halliday (as "Ensemble"), Felix Jacoves (as "Ensemble"), Philip Leigh (as "Father Zossima"), Philip Loeb (as "Vroubleski"), Herman Lovejoy(as "Ensemble"), Leigh Lovel (as "Ensemble"), Alfred Lunt (as "Dmitri Feodorovitch Karamazov"), Thomas Meegan (as "Gregory Illitch"), Hugh Rennie (as "Ensemble"), Bernard Savage (as "Chief of Police"), Robert Schnitzer (as "Ensemble"), Henry Travers (as "Grigori Vassilliev"), Max Weiser (as "Ensemble"), Kitty Wilson (as "Ensemble"). Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTE: Filmed as The Brothers Karamazov (1958).
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Ponza") in "Right You Are If You Think You Are" on Broadway. Written by Luigi Pirandello. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 2 Mar 1927-Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: J.W. Austin (as "The Prefect"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Agazzi"), Phyllis Connard, Laura Hope Crews (as "Amalia"), Dorothy Fletcher, Philip Leigh (as "A Gentleman"), Philip Loeb (as "Centuri"), Armina Marshall (as "Signora Ponza"), Reginald Mason (as "Laudisi"), Maurice McRae, Beryl Mercer (as "Signora Frola"), Elisabeth Risdon (as "Signora Sirelli"), Henry Travers (as "Sirelli"), Helen Westley (as "Signora Cini"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared (as "An Unidentified Man") in "The Racket" on Broadway. Written by Bartlett Cormack. Ambassador Theatre: 22 Nov 1927-Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/119 performances). Cast: Ralph Adams (as "Sam Meyer"), Romaine Callender (as "Assistant State's Attorney Welch"), Jack Clifford (as "Clark"), Marion Coakley (as "Irene Hayes"), G. Pat Collins (as "Patrolman Johnson"), John Cromwell (as "Capt. McQuigg"), Edward Eliscu (as "Joe"), Harry English (as "Lt. Gill"), Mike Flanagan (as "Another Patrolman"), Norman Foster (as "Dave Ames"), Louis Frohoff (as "Alderman Kublacek"), Mal Kelly (as "Sgt. Sullivan"), Fred Irving Lewis (as "Det. Sgt. Delaney"), Harry McCoy (as "Turck"), Hugh O'Connell (as "Miller"), Charles O'Connor (as "A Patrolman"), Charles Peyton (as "Glick"), Willard Robertson (as "Pratt"), C.E. Smith (as "Sgt. Schmidt"). Produced by Alexander McKaig.
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Crispin") in "A Man with Red Hair" on Broadway. Written by Benn W. Levy. Based on the novel by Hugh Walpole. Directed by John D. Williams. Garrick Theatre: 8 Nov 1928-Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Henry Carvill, Kirby Hawkes, Mary Kennedy, Meayon Yon Kim, William Kim, Morris Lee, Barry O'Neill, Harold Vermilyea (as "Charles Percy Harkness"). Produced by Charles L. Wagner and The Garrick Players.
  • (1929) Stage: Wrote (w/Jo Swerling) / appeared (as "Lazarus") in "Kibitzer" on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Patterson McNutt. Royale Theatre: 18 Feb 1929-Jun 1929 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Beatrice Bayard, Rex Boyd, Hobart Cavanaugh (as "Emil Schmidt"), Martha Edwards, Tom Fadden (as "Loomis"), Samuel T. Godfrey, Jeanne Greene, Charles Hammond (as "Hanson"), Travis "Weather" Hoke (as "A Barometer Salesman"), Agnew Horine, Henry Howard, Nelan H. Jaap, Jacob Katzman, Hunter Kaufman, Louis La Bey, Fred M. Mitchell, Alexis Polianov, Michael Porter, Eugene Powers, Al Roberts, Arthur S. Ross, Lloyd Russell, Walter F. Scott (as "Mullins"), Vincent Strain, James Whittaker, C.J. Williams, Stanley G. Wood. Produced by Patterson McNutt.
  • (1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Samuel Brisach") in "Mr. Samuel" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Winthrop Ames. From the French of Edmond Fleg. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Little Theatre: 10 Nov 1930-Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: France Bendtsen, Fairfax Burger, Kate Byron, Wallis Clark, Thomas Coffin Cooke, Teresa Dale, Charles H. Doyle, Betty Hanna, Geneva Harrison, H. Dudley Hawley (as "Irving Van Ingen"), Robert Hudson, Harry Joyner, Manart Kippen (as "Joseph"), Gladys Lloyd, Henry Mortimer, Alexis M. Polianov, Adelaide Prince, Harry Redding, Charles Ritchie, Brinsley Shaw, Sam Silverbush, Jeanne Wardley, Eddie Wragge. Produced by George C. Tyler. Produced in association with Erlanger Productions, Inc. NOTE: At the conclusion of this production, Mr. Robinson would sign with Warner Brothers Pictures and leave Broadway for over 25 years.
  • (1956) Stage: Appeared (as "The Manufacturer"; final Broadway role) in "Middle of the Night" on Broadway. Written by Paddy Chayefsky. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Costume Design by Motley. Lighting / Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. ANTA Playhouse: 8 Feb 1956 25 May 1957 (on hiatus from 30 Jun 1956- 27 Aug 1956/477 performances). Cast: Gena Rowlands (as "The Girl"), Effie Afton (as "The Neighbor"), Martin Balsam (as "The Son-in-Law"), Joan Chambers, Anne Jackson (as "The Daughter"), Lee Philips, Nancy R. Pollock, Betty Walker, June Walker (as "The Mother"), Janet Ward. Produced by Joshua Logan. NOTES: (1) The play opened the week of January 15, 1956, in Wilmington, Delaware, then opened in Philadelphia for two weeks, and finally moved to Broadway at the Ampitheatre on February 8, 1956. (2) Edward G. Robinson was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Actor (Dramatic).
  • (12/15/41) Radio: Appeared (as himself) on the show "We Hold These Truths".
  • Stage: Appeared in "The Racket", Belasco Theater, San Francisco.
  • (1957) Magazine advertisement: Heublein Cocktails.
  • (1966) Played Dr. Zaius in the original test film shot with Charlton Heston for Planet of the Apes (1968). He had to drop out of the role when production started on the film a year later because he didn't like wearing the ape makeup.
  • (12/19/38) Radio: Appeared (as "Nick Donati") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Kid Galahad".
  • (11/2/41) Radio: Appeared in "The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse".
  • (6/5/44) Radio: Appeared in "The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse".
  • (1943) Radio: Appeared (as "Sam Spade") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "The Maltese Falcon".
  • (11/11/48) Radio: Appeared (as "Joe Keller") in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "All My Sons".
  • (12/2/49) Radio: Appeared (as "Joe Keller") in a "Screen Director's Playouse" broadcast of "All My Sons".
  • (11/2/41) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse".
  • (6/5/44) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse".
  • (4/17/39) Radio: Appeared (as "Johnny Blake") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Bullets or Ballots".
  • (1/4/43) Radio: Appeared in the "Anti-Submarine Patrol" episode of "Ceiling Unlimited".
  • (3/16/42) Radio: Appeared (as "Hank McHenry") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Manpower".
  • (1937-43) Radio: Starred (as "Steve Wilson, crusading editor of The Illustrated Press") on CBS Radio's "Big Town" series.
  • (11/26/51) Stage: Appeared in Sidney Kingsley's play, "Darkness at Noon," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.
  • (11/17/57) Stage: Appeared in Paddy Chayefsky's play, "Middle of the Night," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.
  • (1931) Shot a promotional trailer (as himself) for Little Caesar (1931).

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