Source: "The Films of Tyrone Power" ; Citadel Press [a Division of Lyle Stuart, Inc.]; First Edition Copyright 1979 by Dennis Belafonte with Alvin H. Marill.






Satirical musical revue in three acts. Conceived and directed by Leonard Sillman
Settings by Paul Huston and Scot McLean
Presented by the Pasadena Community Playhouse Association
MARTIN BECK THEATRE, NEW YORK. December 27th, 1935 [15 Performances].

Margaret Namara, Billy Grifith, Hlen Warford, Mae Madison, chuck Walter, Jeanne Hart, Tyrone Power Jr. Billy Burns, Paal and Leif Rocky, Leonard Sillman, June Sillman, Teddy hart, Kay Thompson, Lois January, Larry Armstrong, Peggy Lou Neary, Jack Thomas, MIndret Lord, Dick Seymour, Tom Bulin, June Shafer, Dorothy Dee, Eunice Quedens (Even Arden), Don Honrath, Betzi Beaton



Shakespeare's Play in Two Acts and 23 Scenes
Staged by Guthrie McClintic
Settings and Costumes by Jo Mielziner
Incidental music by Paul Nordoff
Revived by Katherine Cornell
MARTIN BECK THEATRE, NEW YORK. December 27th, 1935 [15 Performances].

Maurice Evans (Romeo), Katherine Cornell (Juliet), Ralph Richardson (Mercutio and Chorus), Charles Dalton (Capulet), Arthur Chatterton (Montague), John Cromwell (Paris), Irving Morrow (Tybalt), Tyrone Power, Jr. (Benvolio) Lois Jameson (Lady Montague), Alice John (Lady Capulet), Rlorence Reed (Nurse) David Orrick (Friar Lawrence), David Orrick (Friar John)



Bernard Shaw's "chronicle play" in three acts, six scenes and an epilogue
Staged by Guthrie McClintic
Settings and Costumes by Jo Mielziner
Incidental music by Paul Nordoff
Revived by Katherine Cornell
MARTIN BECK THEATRE", NEW YORK. March 10th, 1936 [89 performances].

Katherine Cornell (Joan), Maurice Evens (The Dauphin), Kent Smith (Dunois), Brian Aherne (Richard de Beauchamp), George Coulouris (Master John de Stogumber) Charles Dalton (Monseigneur de la Tremonille), David Vivian (Gilles de Rais), Josephe Holland (Capt. Robert de Baudricourt), Arthur Chtterton (His Steward), Tyrone Power, Jr. (Bertrand de Poulengey)



The play by Ferenc Molnare
Translated by Benjamin Glazer
Staged by Lee Strasberg
Setting by John Koenig
Presented by "THE COUNTRY PLAYHOUSE, Westport Connecticut. August 11, 1941 [two weeks]
"THE WESTPORT SEASON of 1941, Inc."

Maxine Stuart (Marie), Annabella (Julie), Betty Garde (Mrs. Muskat), Tyrone Power (Liliom), Elaine Anderson, Roy Messner, Joe Schuyler, Nancy Prevo(Four Servant Grils), Morton L. Stevens (1st Policeman), Zachary Scott (2nd Policeman), Isabel Bonner (Mother Hollunder), Art Smith (The Sparrow), Henry Lascoe (Wolf Biefeld), Owen Jordan (Young Hollunder), Joseph Kramm (Linzman) Don Glen (1st Workman), Roert Harrison (The Doctor), Morton L. Stevens (The Carpenter)



The play by Thomas Hagen and Joshua Logan
Sets by Joe Mielziner
Staged by Joshua Logan
Presented by H.M. Tennent Ltd. in association with Leland Hayward
THE COLISEUM THEATRE, LONDON July 19, 1950 [23 weeks]

Tyrone Power (Lt. Roberts), Russell Collins (Doc), Jackie Cooper (Ensign Pulver), Leo Gordon (Dowdy), George Matthews (the Captain), John Tarangelo (Insignia), Charles Cooper (Mannion), Gene Darfley (Lindstrom), Hildy Parks (Lt. Ann Guard)



The Pulitzer Poem by Stephen Vincent Benet
Adapted and Staged by Charles Laughton
Music and Effects by Walter Schumann
Presented by Paul Gregory
NEW CENTURY THEATRE, New York. February 16, 1953 [65 Performances]
Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson/Agnes Moorehead/Anne Baxter and Raymond Massey

CHORAL GROUP: Joe Barker, Barbara Ford, Roger Miller, Roy D. Berk, Gillian Gray, Smith Russell, Betty Benson, Homer W. Hall, Alexander Seraboli, Paul Bloom, Lester D. Heldson, Lynda Stevens, Keith Carter, William Longmire, Robert Vaughan, Stephen Considine, Donna McDaniel, gordon B. Wood, Jack B. Dailey, and John McMahon.



"A Winter Comedy" in Three Acts by Christopher Fry
Staged by Guthrie McClintic
Scenery and Costumes by Oliver Messel
Presented by Katherine Cornell & Roger L. Stevens (in arrangement with H. M. Tennent, Ltd.)
ERLANGER THEATRE, Buffalo. November 24, 1954.
ROYAL ALEXANDRA THEATRE, Toronto. November 29, 1954.
CASS THEATRE, Detroit. December 6, 1954.
HANNA THEATRE, Cleveland December 20, 1954 [2 weeks].
MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM, Louisville. January3-4-5, 1955.
HARTMAN THEATRE, Columbus January, 6-7-8, 19555.
NIXON THEATRE, Pittsburgh. January 10, 1955.
FORD'S THEATRE, Baltimore. January 17, 1955.
NATIONAL THEATRE, Washington. January 24, 1955 [2 weeks].
ANTA THEATRE, New York. February 9, 1955 [12 weeks].
COLONIAL THEATRE, Boston. April 25, 1955 [2 weeks].

Tyrone Power (Richard Gettner), Katherine Cornell (Countess Rosmarin Ostenburg), William Podmore (kassel), Donald Harron (Jakob), John Williams (Belman), Paul Roebling (Stefan), Eva Condon (Bella), Charles Macaulay (Willi), Marian Winters (Gelda), Christopher Plummer (Count Peter Zichy), Ted Gunther (Beppy), SydneyPollack (Rusti), Jerome Gardino (3rd Soldier), Dario Barri (4th Soldier)



A Play in Three Acts by Julian Claman
Staged by Delbert Mann
Scenery and Lighting by Donald Oenslager
Presented by The Playwrights Company
SHUBERT THEATRE, New Haven, November 23, 1955 [4 Days].
PLYMOUTH THEATRE, Boston. November 28, 1955.
HANNA THEATRE, Cleveland. December 12, 1955.
NIXON THEATRE, Pittsburgh. December 19, 1955.
NATIONAL THEATRE, Washington. December 26, 1955 [2 weeks].

Tyrone Power (Oliver Lucas), Susan Kohner (Biagina), Ernestine Perrie (Maria), Dino Terranova (Rico), Leora Dana (Frances Lucas) Halliwell Hobbes (Mr. Metcalfe)



A Revival of the Comedy-Drama in 3 Acts by George Bernard Shaw
Staged by Noel willman
Settings by Anthony Holland
Presented by H. M. Tennent Ltd. Productions
OPERA HOUSE, Manchester, England February 20, 1956.
WINTER GARDEN, London November 8, 1956 [19 weeks].

Tyrone Power (Richard Dudgeon), Noel Willman (General Burgoyne), Erik Christy (Lawyer Hawkins), Joan MacArthur (Mrs. Dudgeon), Dorothy Bromiley (Essie), James Bree (Christy), David Langton (Anthony Anderson), Zena Walker (Judith Anderson), Bety Turner (Mrs. William Dudgeon), William MacIlwraith (Titus Dudgeon), John Gray (Seargeant), Leslie Kyle (Mr. Brudenell), Lockwood West (Major Swindon)



A New Version by Arnold Moss of the 1921 Drama by George Bernard Shaw
Staged by Margaret Webster
Scenery and Lighting by Marvin Reiss
Costumes by Patricia Zipprodt
Presendted by The Theatre Guild (in association with Mr. Moss).
AMBASSADOR THEATRE, New York. March 27, 1958 [29 Performances].

Arnold Moss (George Bernard Shaw), Tyrone Power (Adam, Rev. William Haslam, Archbishop, Zizom The Ancient), Faye Emerson (Eve, Parlourmaid, Mrs Lutestring, Zoo), Valerie Bettis (Serpent, Fusima, Chloe), Arthur Treacher (Dr. Conrad Barnabas, Accountant General, Elerely Gentleman), Richard Easton (Cain, Strephon) Deidre Owen (Newly Born), M'el Dowd (Lilith)

Noel Willman (General Burgoyne), Erik Christy (Lawyer Hawkins), Joan MacArthur (Mrs. Dudgeon)







March 25, 1937 Standard Brands Hour (NBC):
Scenes from Noel Coward's SHADOW PLAY with Muriel Kirkland
October 3, 1937
to June 6, 1938
Host & star of Jergens' Hollywood Playhouse (NBC):
HER CARDBOARD LOVER with Margaret Sullaven
CEILING ZERO with June Lang
PETTICOAT FEVER with Ida Lupino
MEN IN WHITE with Doris Nolan
JUST SUPPOSE with Anne Shirley
JOURNEY'S END
PANAMA NOCTURNE with Gail Patrick
THE TRUTH GAME with Florence Rice
SINGING IN THE CELL with Marjorie Weaver
AFTERNOON OF A FAUN with Sally Blane
NEVER SEE SNOW AGAIN with Ann Dvorak
VANITY AND SOME GABLES w/ Glenda Ferrell
BEAUTY AND THE BITE with Heather Angel
BENEFIT OF CLERGY with Andrea Leeds
HOTEL FOR "Z" w/ Olivia de Havilland
STORY OF SANCHEZ with Fay Wray
GEEK GETS GIRL with Anita Louise
FOREVER ENGLAND with Ida Lupino
TRINIDAD TRYAD with Ann Sothern
I WILL BE KING with Constance Bennett
LLOYDS OF LONDON with Virginia Bruce
BROADWAY BUCKAROO with Phyllis Brooks
ROAD TO DESTINY with Helen Mack & Judith Barrett
THE DUPLICITY OFTHE HARDGRAVES w/ Jean Parker
SHADOW LIGHT with Joan Bennett
I GOT TWO SWEATIES with Anne Shirley
CALLING DR. KILDARE with Isabel Jewell
BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER with Madge Evans
SERVICE OF NEWS W/ Maureen O'Sullivan
FIFTY ROADS TO TOWN with Ann Sothern
SWING YOUR PARTNER with Marjorie Weaver
WALKING ON AIR with Sally Eilers
I, GREGORY OR LOVE with Constance Bennett
SEE YOU ON SUNDAY with Gail Patrick
UNTO THE 3RD GENERAGION with Ida Lupino
June 6, 1939 RCA Magic Key("All-American Broadcast") (NBC):
Scenes from SECOND FIDDLE with Power in Hollywood and Sonja Henie in Oslo, Norway
January 4, 1940 Screen Guild Players (CBS):
THE PETRIFIED FOREST with Joan Bennett and Humphrey Bogart
November 18, 1940 Lux Radio Theatre (CBS):
THE RAGE OF MANHATTAN with Annabella
December 15, 1940 Screen Guild Players (CBS):
SEVENTH HEAVEN with Annabella
October 20, 1941 Lux Radio Theatre (CBS):
BLOOD AND SAND with Annabella
September 14, 1942 Lux Radio Theatre (CBS):
THIS ABOVE ALL with Barbara Stanwyck
October 26, 1942Screen Guild Players (CBS):
A YANK IN THE R.A.F. with Betty Grable and John Sutton
February 23, 1942 DuPont Calvacade of America (NBC):
ARROWSMITH
April 6, 1942 DuPont Calvacade of America (NBC):
YELLOW JACK
May 25, 1942 DuPont Calvacade of America (NBC):
YOUNG TOM JEFFERSON
October 24, 1943 We the People (CBS):
Tyrone discusses his boot camp training
October 27, 1943 MC for Navy Day Special form Corpus Christi, Texas (NBC)
November 20, 1944 Tonight in Hollywood (CBS):
SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE with Alice Faye and Ethel Merman
January 6, 1946 Hollywood Star Time (CBS):
SEVENTH HEAVEN with Jeanne Crain
April 7, 1947 Lux Radio Theatre (CBS):
ALEXANDER'S RAG TIME BAND with Dinah Shore, Al Jolson, Dick Haynes, and Margaret Whiting
May 26, 1947 Screen Guild Players (CBS):
JOHNNY APOLLO with Dorothy Lamour and Lloyd Nolan
November 6, 1949 Theatre Guild on the Air (NBC):
Herman Wouk's THE TRAITOR with William Eythe and Nina Foch
December 16, 1951 Theatre Guild on the Air (NBC):
Sinclair Lewis' ARROWSMITH with Loretta Young
April 19, 1953 Theatre Guild on the Air (NBC):
Robert E. Sherwood's THE PETRIFIED FOREST
March 23, 1954 Suspense (CBS):
THE GUILTY ALWAYS RUN
January 18, 1956 Hall of the Spoken Word (NBC):
READING FROM BYRON'S: SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY
April 9, 1958 Nightline (NBC):
DISCUSSING HIS FATHER'S CAREER
November 15, 1958 Monitor (NBC):
taped conversation, along with Ted Richmond, made on the set of Solomon and Sheba the day Tyrone died.






March 25, 1954 26th ACADEMY AWARD PROGRAS (NBC):
As presenter
May 22, 1955 Max Liebman's PROMENADE (NBC):
Host of musical revue starring Judy Holliday, Janet Blair, Barbara Baxley, Kay Starr, Herb Shriner, Bambi Lynn, and Rod Alexander
February 18, 1956 Variety special for British television, inaugurating commercial television in the Midlands. With Bob Monkhouse, Denis Goodwin, Richard Hearne, and Barbara Lyon, and "special guest star, Tyrone Power"
December 23, 1956 Strindberg's MISS JULIE with Mai Zetterling on British television
October 13, 1957 Standard Oil 75th Anniversary Program (NBC):
Host of special with Marge and Gower Champion, Jimmy Durante, Duke Ellington, Bert Lahr, Eddie Mayehoff, Donald O'Connor, Jane Powell, Kay Thompson, and Brandon de Wilde
December 20, 1957 Person to Person with Edward R. Murrow (CBS)
April 2, 1958 The Tonight Show with Jack Paar (NBC)





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