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STEVE ALLEN - PROGRAM SIGNED CIRCA 1955 CO-SIGNED BY: THE BOSWELL SISTERS (CONNEE BOSWELL), KITTY KALLEN, JAYNE MEADOWS, BOB THIELE, JEROME NATHANSON, ARTHUR CANTOR, BERNARD "BUDD" GRANOFF - HFSID 288083

 
STEVE ALLEN, JAYNE MEADOWS and FRIENDS
Program of the New York Variety Club's dinner dance honoring Steve Allen, signed by many attendees, including Arthur Cantor, Kitty Kallen, Budd Granoff, Bob Thiele, Connee Boswell and Jerome Nathanson
Program signed: "Steve Allen", "Jayne Meadows Allen", "Arthur Cantor", "Kitty Kallen", "Bud Granoff", "Jerry Nathanson", "Bob Thiele", "To Pat/Keep Smiling/you hear/Conneee Boswell",  and others, 72p, 9x12. Program for the Variety Club's annual dinner dance at the Statler Hotel, honoring Steve Allen, November 19, 1955. Beginning as a radio DJ with a humorous bent, STEVE ALLEN (1921-2000) appeared in several films, including Down Memory Lane (1949) and I'll Get By (1950). In 1953, Allen was hired to host a local late-night program on New York's WNBC-TV, which later developed into the NBC network's Tonight Show. Allen was also an accomplished composer (he wrote over 7,400 songs, including his signature song This Could Be The Start of Something Big) and piano player, and he filled up his spare time by writing more than 50 books as well as plays and magazine articles. Allen was married to actress Jayne Meadows from 1954 until his death. Both Allen and Meadows were nominated for Emmy Awards for their dual guest appearance on the TV series LA Law, and the couple also appeared together on Allen's PBS miniseries Meeting of Minds. Actress JAYNE MEADOWS (1919-2015) began her film career in the mid-1940s as a contract player at MGM. She was especially adept at playing bitter and vengeful women. She is well remembered for playing Mildred Haveland in Lady in the Lake (1946). Meadows also made guest appearances on many variety and game shows. American singer CONNEE BOSWELL (1907-1976) was paralyzed from the waist down as a child, but that didn't stop her from pursuing a career as a singer. She and her sisters Helvetia and Martha began singing professionally as the Boswell Sisters in New Orleans in the 1920s and, after honing their act in vaudeville, caught fire in 1930. Known for tight harmonies and energetic vocals, they recorded 20 Top 20 records and scored a no. 1 hit with 1935's The Object of My Affection. After her sisters married Connee pursued a solo career. She became a favorite duet partner of Bing Crosby. The two together recorded the chart-topping cover of Alexander's Ragtime Band with Eddie Cantor in 1938 and three other Top 20 records. She continued recording into the 1950s and occasionally appeared in film between the 1930s and 1950s, as well as in the TV series Pete Kelly's Blues (1959). ARTHUR CANTOR (1920-2001) began his entertainment career as a Broadway press agent with a knack, even then, for identifying hit plays. He became a producer with a talent for choosing intelligent comedies which could also make money. Examples included two Pulitzer Prize-winning plays: Paddy Chayevsky's The Tenth Man and Tad Mosel's All the Way Home. Among his other hit productions were A Thousand Clowns, On Golden Pond and Starlight Express. KITTY KALLEN (1922-2016) was a popular singer of the 1940s with the bands of Jimmy Dorsey and Harry James, among others. She scored big hits like "Besame Mucho" (with Bob Eberly, for Dorsey) and "It's Been a Long, Long Time" (for James). In the 1950s she had solo hit records, notably "Little Things Mean a Lot" (1954). BERNARD "BUDD" GRANOFF (1920-1996), who only went by Budd, was a bi-coastal press agent representing such stars as Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, Martin & Lewis, and Doris Day. In 1947, he saw Kitty Kallen for the first time at New York's Copacabana, and vowed that he would marry her. They were married in 1948, after which Granoff devoted much of his time to Kallen's career. BOB THIELE (1922-1996) was a record producer specializing in jazz and blues, recording Errol Garner, Coleman Hawkins, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Charlie Mingus, B.B. King, John Lee Hooker and many others. He was married to popular singer Teresa Brewer. He also wrote and recorded Louis Armstrong's hit, "It's a Wonderful World" (1965). JEROME "JERRY NATHANSON (1908-1975) headed New York's Ethical Culture Society from 1940 until his death, and wrote a biography of philosopher John Dewey. Steve Allen, an active member of the humanist movement, shared many causes with the activist Nathanson, including opposition to the death penalty. There are no doubt other noteworthy names on this program meriting further research. Toned and creased. Edges and corners heavily worn and creased. Multiple unknown stains on face and verso. Surface creases are visible head-on. Two staples at left edge with rust stains. Otherwise, fine condition.


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STEVE ALLEN
Born: December 26, 1921 in New York City, New York
Died: October 30, 2000 in Encino, California


Film Credits
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (Sound), The New Steve Allen Show (Sound), Midnight Caller (Sound), Meeting of Minds (Writer), 2012 Excavating the 2000 Year Old Man (Other), 2012 Erroll Garner: No One Can Hear You Read (in person), 2010 Working with Lucy: A Conversation with James E. Brodhead (Other), 2009 A Mime's Life (Other), 2008 Pioneers of Television (in person), 2007 Tasmanian Devil: The Fast and Furious Life of Errol Flynn (Other), 2007 Elvis: #1 Hit Performances (Other), 2006 Elvis: Broadcasting Live (Other), 2005 WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 2 (Other), 2005 The Adventures of Errol Flynn (Other), 2003 The Desilu Story (Other), 2003 Stealing Sinatra (Sound), 2003 Stealing Christmas (Sound), 2003 Biography (Other), 2002 The Kid Stays in the Picture (Other), 2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Television Years (Other), 2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Army Years (Other), 2002 Playboy: Inside the Playboy Mansion (Other), 2002 Milton Berle: An All-Star Tribute to 'Mr. Television' (in person), 2002 Elvis Presley: His Early Performances (Other), 2001 The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (Other), 2001 Serendipity (Sound), 2001 Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days (Other), 2001 Blow (Sound), 2001 Black and White Overnight (in person), 2000 The Talk Show Story (in person), 2000 The Mark Twain Prize: Jonathan Winters (in person), 2000 Small Time Crooks (Sound), 2000 Let Me In, I Hear Laughter (in person), 2000 Isn't She Great (Sound), 2000 I've Got a Secret (in person), 1999 The Unreal Story of Professional Wrestling (in person), 1999 The Century (in person), 1999 E! True Hollywood Story (in person), 1999 Diagnosis Murder (Performer), 1999 American Veteran Awards (Performer), 1999 American Masters (Other), 1998 Sugar Ray Robinson: The Bright Lights and Dark Shadows of a (Other), 1998 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (Performer), 1998 Remembering Elvis (in person), 1998 Pinky and the Brain (in person), 1998 NY TV: By the People Who Made It - Part I & II (in person), 1998 Martian Mania: The True Story of The War of the Worlds (in person), 1998 Life and Times (in person), 1998 Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth (in person), 1998 I'll Be Home for Christmas (Sound), 1998 Homicide: Life on the Street (Performer), 1998 Heroes of Comedy (in person), 1998 Bravo Profiles (Other), 1997 The Works (Other), 1997 The Legend of Forrest Tucker (in person), 1997 Steve Allen's 75th Birthday Celebration (in person), 1997 Space Ghost Coast to Coast (in person), 1997 Sinatra: A Passionate Life (in person), 1997 Rodney Dangerfield's 75th Birthday Toast (in person), 1997 Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's (in person), 1997 No More to Say & Nothing to Weep For: An Elegy for Allen Ginsberg (Other), 1997 Love, Lust & Marriage: Why We Stray and Why We Stay (in person), 1997 Howard Stern: Shut Up and Listen (in person), 1997 Clockwatchers (Sound), 1997 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television (in person), 1996-2001 Biography (in person), 1996 James Dean: A Portrait (in person), 1996 Hard Core Logo (Sound), 1996 Don't Quit Your Day Job (Performer), 1996 Classic Stand-Up Comedy of Television (Other), 1996 Celebrity Recordathon (in person), 1996 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1995 The Simpsons (in person), 1995 The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen (in person), 1995 Pioneers of Primetime (in person), 1995 Jackie Mason: An Equal Opportunity Offender (in person), 1995 Comic Relief VII (in person), 1995 Casino (in person), 1994 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 1994 The St. Tammany Miracle (Performer), 1994 The Critic (in person), 1994 Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (Sound), 1994 Hal Roach: King of Laughter (in person), 1993 The Unknown Marx Brothers (in person), 1993 The Bold and the Beautiful (in person), 1993 Mo' Funny: Black Comedy in America (in person), 1993 Late Night with Conan O'Brien (in person), 1993 King B: A Life in the Movies (in person), 1993 For Goodness Sake (Performer), 1993 Candles, Snow and Mistletoe (Sound), 1993 AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor (in person), 1992 Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 2 (in person), 1992 The Simpsons (Performer), 1992 The Player (in person), 1992 Sleazemania on Parade (in person), 1992 One on One with John Tesh (in person), 1992 Mr. Saturday Night (Sound), 1992 A Tribute to the Boys: Laurel and Hardy (in person), 1991 The Simpsons (Sound), 1991 Rodney Dangerfield's The Really Big Show (in person), 1991 George Burns' 95th Birthday Party (in person), 1991 Amen (in person), 1990 WrestleMania VI (in person), 1990 The Long Walk Home (Sound), 1990 Newton's Apple (in person), 1990 Marilyn: Something's Got to Give (Other), 1990 Live with Kelly and Michael (in person), 1990 Goodfellas (Sound), 1989-2012 American Masters (in person), 1989 The Pat Sajak Show (in person), 1989 The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards (in person), 1989 It's Garry Shandling's Show. (in person), 1989 Great Balls of Fire! (in person), 1989 Couch Potatoes (in person), 1988 The I'm Exhausted Concert (in person), 1988 The Best of Gleason 2 (in person), 1988 The 30th Annual Grammy Awards (in person), 1988 Stand-up Comics Take a Stand (in person), 1988 Let's Get Lost (Sound), 1988 Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC (in person), 1987-1988 St. Elsewhere (Performer), 1987 This Is Your Life (in person), 1987 The Wil Shriner Show (in person), 1987 The Love Boat (in person), 1987 The Beat Generation: An American Dream (in person), 1987 The 39th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1987 SNAFU: The World's Screwiest Foul-Ups! (in person), 1987 Mancini and Friends (in person), 1987 Elvis '56 (Other), 1987 Dr. Ruth Westheimer (in person), 1987 Comic Relief '87 (in person), 1987 Amazon Women on the Moon (in person), 1986/I Comic Relief (in person), 1986-1989 The New Hollywood Squares (in person), 1986 What Happened to Kerouac (in person), 1986 The 3rd Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame Awards (in person), 1986 The 38th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1986 Riptide (Performer), 1986 NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration (in person), 1986 George Burns' 90th Birthday Party: A Very Special Special (in person), 1986 Classic Comedy Teams (in person), 1985 The Start of Something Big (in person), 1985 Kerouac, the Movie (Other), 1985 Hotel (Performer), 1985 All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan (in person), 1985 Alice in Wonderland (Performer), 1985 A Museum of Broadcasting Tribute: Milton Berle - Mr. Television (Performer), 1984 TV's Funniest Game Show Moments (Other), 1984 The Ratings Game (in person), 1984 The 36th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1984 The 1st TV Academy Hall of Fame (in person), 1984 Stooge Snapshots (in person), 1984 Steve Allen's Music Room (Producer), 1984 Steve Allen's Music Room (Performer), 1984 Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour (in person), 1984 Don't Ask Me, Ask God (in person), 1984 A Toast to Lenny (in person), 1983 The Funny Farm (in person), 1983 The 25th Annual Grammy Awards (in person), 1983 Texaco Star Theater: Opening Night (in person), 1983 Starfest: The Stars Salute Public Television (in person), 1983 Salute! (Other), 1983 Salute! (in person), 1983 Life's Most Embarrassing Moments (in person), 1983 Here's Television Entertainment (in person), 1983 Fantasy Island (Performer), 1982 Tom Cottle: Up Close (in person), 1982 The Late Show with David Letterman (in person), 1982 Nurse (Performer), 1982 Night of 100 Stars (in person), 1982 I've Had It Up to Here (in person), 1982 Hart to Hart (in person), 1982 Ernie Kovacs: Television's Original Genius (in person), 1981 Wait Till We're 65 (in person), 1981 This Is Elvis (Other), 1981 This Is Elvis (Sound), 1981 The Steve Allen Comedy Hour (in person), 1981 The Steve Allen Comedy Hour (Writer), 1981 Something Spectacular with Steve Allen (in person), 1981 Password Plus (in person), 1980 Today (in person), 1980 The John Davidson Show (in person), 1980 The Gossip Columnist (Performer), 1980 The Big Show (in person), 1980 The 32nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1980 Solid Gold (in person), 1980 Heart Beat (in person), 1980 Elvis Presley - Die frühen Jahre (in person), 1979 The Muppets Go Hollywood (in person), 1979 The Arthur Godfrey Special (in person), 1979 The Alan Hamel Show (in person), 1979 Stone (in person), 1979 Sha Na Na (in person), 1979 Meeting of Minds (Performer), 1979 Everyday (in person), 1978 What Really Happened to the Class of '65 (Performer), 1978 The Vent Event (in person), 1978 The Jim Nabors Show (in person), 1978 On Location: Myron Cohen (in person), 1978 Hollywood's Diamond Jubilee (in person), 1978 Hey, Abbott! (in person), 1978 Good Morning America (in person), 1978 America 2-Night (in person), 1977-1981 Meeting of Minds (in person), 1977 The Love Boat (Performer), 1977 The Cry of a Hurting World... I'm Hungry! (in person), 1977 The 29th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1977 Lucy Calls the President (in person), 1977 Have I Got a Christmas for You (Performer), 1976 The Second Annual Comedy Awards (in person), 1976 The Good Old Days of Radio (in person), 1976 Rich Man, Poor Man (Performer), 1976 Joys (in person), 1975/I The Sunshine Boys (in person), 1975-1979 Dinah! (in person), 1975 The Annual National Sports Awards (in person), 1975 Mitzi and a Hundred Guys (in person), 1975 Medical Center (Performer), 1975 Laugh Back (in person), 1974 Witness to Yesterday (Performer), 1974 The Snoop Sisters (in person), 1974 Match Game 73 (in person), 1974 James Dean Remembered (in person), 1974 ABC Late Night (in person), 1973 The Vin Scully Show (in person), 1973 McCloud (Performer), 1972 The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters (in person), 1972 Stand Up and Cheer (in person), 1972 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (in person), 1972 Lenny Bruce Without Tears (Other), 1972 I've Got a Secret (in person), 1971 The 23rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1971 Plimpton! Did You Hear the One About (in person), 1971 All About Faces (in person), 1970 The Tim Conway Comedy Hour (Performer), 1970 The Irv Kupcinet Show (in person), 1970 The David Frost Show (in person), 1970 Playboy After Dark (in person), 1970 Love, American Style (Performer), 1969 The Comic (Performer), 1969 The Bob Hope Show (Performer), 1969 Sounds of Summer: The Blossom Music Center with Pierre Boulez (in person), 1969 Music Scene (in person), 1969 Della (in person), 1968-1970 The Hollywood Palace (in person), 1968-1969 The Steve Allen Show (in person), 1968-1969 The Joey Bishop Show (in person), 1968 Where Were You When the Lights Went Out (Performer), 1968 The Steve Allen Show (Writer), 1968 The Steve Allen Show (Producer), 1968 The Pat Boone Show (in person), 1968 The Kraft Music Hall (in person), 1968 Showtime (in person), 1968 Romp!!! (in person), 1968 Now You See It, Now You Don't (Performer), 1968 A Man Called Dagger (Sound), 1968 A Man Called Dagger (Sound), 1967-1968 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (in person), 1967-1968 The Hollywood Squares (in person), 1967 Warning Shot (Performer), 1967 The Steve Allen Comedy Hour (in person), 1967 The Hollywood Stars of Tomorrow Awards (in person), 1967 Get Smart (Performer), 1967 All-Star Benefit Celebrity Baseball Game (in person), 1966-1967 The Milton Berle Show (in person), 1966 The Universal Mind of Bill Evans (in person), 1966 The Jackie Gleason Show (in person), 1966 The Andy Williams Show (in person), 1966 Hollywood Deb Star Ball (in person), 1966 Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title (Performer), 1966 Batman (Performer), 1965-1976 The Merv Griffin Show (in person), 1965 The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (in person), 1965 The Celebrity Game (in person), 1965 Fanfare (in person), 1965 76th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade (in person), 1964-1987 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (in person), 1964-1975 The Mike Douglas Show (in person), 1964 That Was the Week That Was (in person), 1964 Summer Playhouse (Performer), 1964 Freedom Spectacular (in person), 1963-1964 The Judy Garland Show (in person), 1963 The Red Skelton Hour (Performer), 1963 The Jerry Lewis Show (Performer), 1962-1964 The Steve Allen Playhouse (in person), 1962 The Steve Allen Playhouse (Producer), 1962 The Steve Allen Playhouse (Writer), 1962 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1962 Something's Got to Give (Performer), 1962 Jazz Scene USA (Producer), 1961-1967 I've Got a Secret (in person), 1961-1964 The New Steve Allen Show (in person), 1961 The Magic Fountain (Sound), 1961 The 33rd Annual Academy Awards (in person), 1960 The DuPont Show with June Allyson (Performer), 1960 Swinging Spiketaculars (in person), 1960 Here's Hollywood (in person), 1960 General Electric Theater (Performer), 1960 College Confidential (Performer), 1960 About Faces (in person), 1959 The Thin Man (Performer), 1959 The Bob Cummings Show (in person), 1959 The Big Circus (in person), 1958-1959 The Garry Moore Show (in person), 1958 This Is Your Life (in person), 1958 The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (in person), 1958 The Chevy Showroom Starring Andy Williams (in person), 1957 Timex All-Star Jazz Show (in person), 1957 The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (in person), 1957 The Mike Wallace Interview (in person), 1956-1967 The Bob Hope Show (in person), 1956-1960 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (in person), 1956 Your Hit Parade (Sound), 1956 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (Sound), 1956 The Benny Goodman Story (Performer), 1956 Sunday Spectacular: The Bachelor (Sound), 1956 Matinee Theatre (Performer), 1956 Kraft Theatre (Performer), 1955-1960 Person to Person (in person), 1955 Picnic (Sound), 1955 Allen in Movieland (in person), 1954 The Dave Garroway Show (in person), 1954 Max Liebman Spectaculars (Performer), 1953-1957 Tonight! (in person), 1953-1955 The Milton Berle Show (in person), 1953 Tonight! (Writer), 1953 The Name's the Same (in person), 1953 The Arthur Murray Party (in person), 1953 Talent Patrol (Performer), 1953 Nothing But the Best (in person), 1953 Danger (Performer), 1953 Danger (Writer), 1951-1967 What's My Line (in person), 1951 The Faye Emerson Show (in person), 1950 The Steve Allen Show (Performer), 1950 Songs for Sale (in person), 1950 I'll Get By (Performer), 1949 Down Memory Lane (Writer), 1949 Down Memory Lane (Producer), 1949 Down Memory Lane (in person)

Theatre Credits
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CONNEE BOSWELL
Born: December 3, 1907 in Kansas City, Missouri
Died: October 11, 1976 in New York City, New York


Film Credits
2009 The Panic Is On: The Great American Depression as Seen by the (Other), 2003 God Only Knows: Vocal Harmony - The Voice (Other), 1989 The Ladies Sing the Blues (Other), 1981 Pennies from Heaven (Sound), 1978 Pennies from Heaven (Sound), 1959 The Bell Telephone Hour (in person), 1959 Pete Kelly's Blues (Performer), 1958 Senior Prom (in person), 1957 The Julius LaRosa Show (in person), 1956 The Tony Bennett Show (in person), 1954 The Colgate Comedy Hour (in person), 1952 Songs for Sale (in person), 1952 Connee Boswell and Ada Leonard (Performer), 1952 All Star Summer Revue (Performer), 1951 The Paul Whiteman's Goodyear Revue (in person), 1951 The Alan Young Show (Performer), 1950-1957 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1950 Star of the Family (in person), 1949-1951 Cavalcade of Stars (in person), 1946 Swing Parade of 1946 (in person), 1942 Syncopation (in person), 1941 Kiss the Boys Goodbye (Performer), 1937 The Star Reporter in Hollywood (in person), 1937 Sunday Night at the Trocadero (in person), 1937 It's All Yours (Performer), 1937 Artists & Models (Performer), 1935 Screen Snapshots Series 14, No. 6 (in person), 1934 Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round (in person), 1934 Moulin Rouge (in person), 1933 Boswell Sisters (in person), 1932 The Big Broadcast (Performer), 1932 Sleepy Time Down South (in person), 1932 Rambling 'Round Radio Row #1 (in person), 1932 Close Farm-ony (Performer)


KITTY KALLEN
Born: May 25, 1922 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: January 7, 2016 in Cuernavaca, Mexico


Film Credits
1959 The Dick Clark Show (in person), 1955 The Second Greatest Sex (Performer), 1955 The Second Greatest Sex (Sound), 1955 The Easter Seal Teleparade of Stars (Sound), 1955 The Easter Seal Teleparade of Stars (in person), 1955 Max Liebman Presents: Variety (in person), 1954 The Dinah Shore Show (in person), 1950-1955 The Colgate Comedy Hour (in person), 1950-1951 The Saturday Night Revue with Jack Carter (in person), 1950 Sing Me Goodbye (Performer), 1950 Screenliner: Audition for August (Performer), 1950 Screenliner: Audition for August (Sound), 1949-1954 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1949-1952 Cavalcade of Stars (in person), 1949 Piano Rhythm (Sound), 1949 Piano Rhythm (Performer)


JAYNE MEADOWS
Born: September 27, 1919 in Wuchang, Wuhan, Hubei, China
Died: April 26, 2015 in Encino, California




Film Credits
2008 Tyrone Power: Prince of Fox (in person), 2007 Son of Fury: Behind the Scenes (in person), 2001 Biography (in person), 2000 Inside TV Land: The Honeymooners (in person), 1999 The Story of Us (Performer), 1999 Diagnosis Murder (Performer), 1998 Homicide: Life on the Street (Performer), 1997 The Nanny (in person), 1997 Steve Allen's 75th Birthday Celebration (in person), 1997 Love, Lust & Marriage: Why We Stray and Why We Stay (in person), 1996 James Dean: A Portrait (in person), 1996 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1995-1996 High Society (Performer), 1995 Casino (in person), 1994 Tom (Performer), 1994 City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold (Performer), 1993 The Bold and the Beautiful (in person), 1993 Sisters (Performer), 1993 For Goodness Sake (Performer), 1993 AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor (in person), 1992 Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 2 (in person), 1992 The Player (in person), 1992 Civil Wars (Performer), 1991 Square One TV (Performer), 1991 Mathnet (Performer), 1991 City Slickers (Performer), 1990 The Jackie Bison Show (Performer), 1990 Night of 100 Stars III (in person), 1990 Murder by Numbers (Performer), 1989 Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon (Performer), 1987-1989 The New Hollywood Squares (in person), 1987-1988 St. Elsewhere (Performer), 1987 The Wil Shriner Show (in person), 1987 The Love Boat (in person), 1987 The 39th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1986 The 38th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1986 Murder, She Wrote (Performer), 1986 Crazy Like a Fox (Performer), 1986 A Masterpiece of Murder (Performer), 1985 Hotel (Performer), 1985 Da Capo (Performer), 1985 All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan (in person), 1985 Alice in Wonderland (Performer), 1984 Trivia Trap (in person), 1984 The Ratings Game (in person), 1984 Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour (in person), 1984 Don't Ask Me, Ask God (in person), 1983 Starfest: The Stars Salute Public Television (in person), 1983 Matt Houston (Performer), 1983 It's Not Easy (Performer), 1983 Fantasy Island (Writer), 1982 Miss All-American Beauty (Performer), 1981 Rise and Shine (Performer), 1981 Password Plus (in person), 1981 Aloha Paradise (Performer), 1980-1982 Trapper John, M.D. (Performer), 1980 The Gossip Columnist (Performer), 1980 Tenspeed and Brown Shoe (Performer), 1979-1983 Fantasy Island (Performer), 1979 The Paper Chase (Performer), 1979 The Muppets Go Hollywood (in person), 1979 The 16th Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner of National Conference (in person), 1979 Project U.F.O. (Performer), 1979 Hawaii Five-O (Performer), 1978-1986 The Love Boat (Performer), 1978 The 30th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1977-1981 Meeting of Minds (Performer), 1977 The Cry of a Hurting World... I'm Hungry! (in person), 1977 Switch (Performer), 1977 Sex and the Married Woman (Performer), 1977 Have I Got a Christmas for You (Performer), 1976 The Second Annual Comedy Awards (in person), 1976 The Practice (Performer), 1976 The Nancy Walker Show (Performer), 1976 Norman... Is That You (Performer), 1976 Laugh Back (in person), 1976 James Dean (Performer), 1974 Witness to Yesterday (Performer), 1974 The Joker's Wild (in person), 1974 The Girl with Something Extra (Performer), 1973 Adam-12 (Performer), 1972 The New Temperatures Rising Show (Performer), 1971-1972 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (in person), 1971 All About Faces (in person), 1970 Love, American Style (Performer), 1970 Here's Lucy (Performer), 1969-1972 Medical Center (Performer), 1969 The Joey Bishop Show (in person), 1969 Here Come the Brides (Performer), 1969 Della (in person), 1968-1970 The Hollywood Palace (in person), 1968 The Steve Allen Show (in person), 1968 The Pat Boone Show (in person), 1968 Showtime (in person), 1968 Now You See It, Now You Don't (Performer), 1968 Good Morning, World (Performer), 1967-1968 The Hollywood Squares (in person), 1967 The Steve Allen Comedy Hour (Performer), 1967 The Hollywood Stars of Tomorrow Awards (in person), 1966-1967 The Milton Berle Show (in person), 1966 The Jackie Gleason Show (in person), 1966 Hollywood Deb Star Ball (in person), 1965-1976 The Merv Griffin Show (in person), 1965 The Celebrity Game (in person), 1965 Girl Talk (in person), 1964-1975 The Mike Douglas Show (in person), 1964 The New Steve Allen Show (in person), 1964 The Judy Garland Show (in person), 1964 The Eleventh Hour (Performer), 1963-1964 The Steve Allen Playhouse (in person), 1962 The DuPont Show of the Week (Performer), 1961-1962 Password All-Stars (in person), 1961 The New Steve Allen Show (Performer), 1961 The 33rd Annual Academy Awards (in person), 1961 Miss Universe Pageant (in person), 1960 Here's Hollywood (in person), 1960 General Electric Theater (Performer), 1960 College Confidential (Performer), 1960 About Faces (in person), 1959 The Ann Sothern Show (Performer), 1959 It Happened to Jane (in person), 1958-1960 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (in person), 1958 This Is Your Life (in person), 1957-1963 The Red Skelton Hour (Performer), 1957-1961 To Tell the Truth (in person), 1957-1960 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (Performer), 1957-1960 Masquerade Party (in person), 1957 Tonight! (in person), 1956 Studio One in Hollywood (Performer), 1955 The United States Steel Hour (Performer), 1955 The Name's the Same (in person), 1955 Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre (Performer), 1954-1967 What's My Line (in person), 1954-1955 Person to Person (in person), 1954 Your Show of Shows (Performer), 1954 Ponds Theater (Performer), 1953 The Web (Performer), 1953 Suspense (Performer), 1952-1967 I've Got a Secret (in person), 1952-1953 Danger (Performer), 1952 Woman with a Sword (Performer), 1952 The Colgate Comedy Hour (in person), 1952 Robert Montgomery Presents (Performer), 1952 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (Performer), 1952 Kraft Theatre (Performer), 1951 The Fat Man (Performer), 1951 David and Bathsheba (Performer), 1948 The Luck of the Irish (Performer), 1948 Enchantment (Performer), 1947 Song of the Thin Man (Performer), 1947 Lady in the Lake (Performer), 1947 Dark Delusion (Performer), 1946 Undercurrent (Performer)

Theatre Credits
Once in a Lifetime - Performer (June 15, 1978 - August 27, 1978), The Gazebo - Performer (December 12, 1958 - June 27, 1959), Kiss Them for Me - Performer (March 20, 1945 - June 23, 1945), Many Happy Returns - Performer (January 5, 1945 - January 6, 1945), The Odds on Mrs. Oakley - Performer (October 2, 1944 - October 21, 1944), Another Love Story - Performer (October 12, 1943 - January 8, 1944), Spring Again - Performer (November 10, 1941 - January 10, 1942)


BOB THIELE
Born: July 27, 1922 in New York City, New York
Died: January 30, 1996 in New York City, New York


Film Credits
Late Show with David Letterman (Sound), 2013 Rising Star (Sound), 2012 Tu cara me suena (Sound), 2012 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (Sound), 2012 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Sound), 2012 Inspector George Gently (Sound), 2012 Back to the Sea (Sound), 2012 Astérix and Obélix: God Save Britannia (Sound), 2011 The Mentalist (Sound), 2011 New Year's Eve (Sound), 2010 The Back-up Plan (Sound), 2010 Huckabee (Sound), 2010 Head Over Heels (Sound), 2010 An Idiot Abroad (Sound), 2009 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (Sound), 2008/I W. (Sound), 2008-2013 Sons of Anarchy (Sound), 2008 Wicked Lake (Sound), 2008 How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (Sound), 2008 Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (Sound), 2008 Èxit (Sound), 2007-2009 Qwerty (Sound), 2007 Página 2 (Sound), 2007 It Takes Two (Sound), 2007 Fred Claus (Sound), 2006 20 to 1 (Sound), 2005 Son of the Mask (Sound), 2005 Madagascar (Sound), 2005 House M.D. (Sound), 2004-2006 Scrubs (Sound), 2004 Without a Paddle (Sound), 2004 The Oprah Winfrey Show (Sound), 2004 Swing Girls (Sound), 2004 Going the Distance (Sound), 2004 A Dirty Shame (Sound), 2003 What a Girl Wants (Sound), 2003 Freaky Friday (Sound), 2002 Getting There (Sound), 2002 ER (Sound), 2002 Bowling for Columbine (Sound), 2001 Barend en Van Dorp (Sound), 2000 Finding Forrester (Sound), 1999 Women Talking Dirty (Sound), 1998 Wrestling with Alligators (Sound), 1998 Ohaka ga nai! (Music Department), 1998 Meet Joe Black (Sound), 1998 Madeline (Sound), 1997-2004 The Practice (Sound), 1996 This Life (Sound), 1996 Michael (Sound), 1996 Du bist nicht allein - Die Roy Black Story (Sound), 1995 Twelve Monkeys (Sound), 1995 The Simpsons (Sound), 1995 Cybill (Sound), 1994 Mr. Write (Sound), 1992 Mr. Saturday Night (Sound), 1992 Ciao, Professore! (Sound), 1991 Vamp (Sound), 1990 The Green Man (Sound), 1989 Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Sound), 1989 American Masters (Sound), 1988 Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Sound), 1987 Good Morning, Vietnam (Sound), 1986 Revenge of the Stolen Stars (Sound), 1986 Revenge of the Stolen Stars (in person), 1985 Arena (in person), 1981 The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy (Sound), 1977 The Muppet Show (Sound)


JEROME NATHANSON
Born: July 5, 1908
Died: March 1, 1975 in New York City, New York



ARTHUR CANTOR
Born: March 12, 1920 in Boston, Massachusetts
Died: April 8, 2001 in New York City, New York


Film Credits
1987 Pack of Lies (Producer), 1981 On Golden Pond (Other), 1974 Crown Matrimonial (Producer), 1974 Crown Matrimonial (Other), 1963 All the Way Home (Other)

Theatre Credits
Into the Whirlwind - Manager (November 15, 1996 - November 16, 1996), The Three Sisters - Manager (November 7, 1996 - November 13, 1996), Starlight Express - Production (March 15, 1987 - January 8, 1989), Rowan Atkinson at the Atkinson - Production (October 14, 1986 - October 18, 1986), Jerome Kern Goes to Hollywood - Production (January 23, 1986 - February 2, 1986), Pack of Lies - Production (February 11, 1985 - May 25, 1985), Ian McKellen: Acting Shakespeare - Production (January 19, 1984 - February 19, 1984), A Little Family Business - Production (December 15, 1982 - December 26, 1982), The Hothouse - Production (May 6, 1982 - May 30, 1982), St. Mark's Gospel - Production (May 13, 1981 - May 31, 1981), Emlyn Williams as Charles Dickens - Production (January 14, 1981 - February 1, 1981), On Golden Pond - Production (February 28, 1979 - June 16, 1979), The Playboy of the Weekend World - Production (November 16, 1978 - December 10, 1978), St. Mark's Gospel - Production (October 24, 1978 - November 12, 1978), A Party with Betty Comden & Adolph Green - Production (February 10, 1977 - April 30, 1977), The Innocents - Production (October 21, 1976 - October 30, 1976), The Constant Wife - Production (April 14, 1975 - May 10, 1975), Private Lives - Production (February 6, 1975 - April 26, 1975), In Praise of Love - Production (December 10, 1974 - May 31, 1975), 42 Seconds from Broadway - Production (March 11, 1973 - March 11, 1973), The Little Black Book - Production (April 25, 1972 - April 29, 1972), Captain Brassbound's Conversion - Production (April 17, 1972 - April 29, 1972), Promenade, All! - Production (April 16, 1972 - May 27, 1972), Vivat! Vivat Regina! - Production (January 20, 1972 - April 29, 1972), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui - Other (December 22, 1968 - January 5, 1969), The House of Atreus - Other (December 17, 1968 - January 5, 1969), The Venetian Twins - Production (May 28, 1968 - June 23, 1968), Darling of the Day - Other (January 27, 1968 - February 24, 1968), By George - Production (October 12, 1967 - October 22, 1967), Of Love Remembered - Production (February 18, 1967 - February 25, 1967), The Rose Tattoo - Other (November 9, 1966 - December 31, 1966), La Grosse Valise - Production (December 14, 1965 - December 18, 1965), Man of La Mancha - Other (November 22, 1965 - June 26, 1971), The Committee. - Production (September 16, 1964 - November 7, 1964), Folies Bergère [1964] - Other (June 2, 1964 - November 14, 1964), The Passion of Josef D. - Production (February 11, 1964 - February 22, 1964), The Golden Age - Production (November 18, 1963 - November 23, 1963), Man in the Moon - Production (April 11, 1963 - April 21, 1963), A Thousand Clowns - Production (April 5, 1962 - April 13, 1963), Gideon - Production (November 9, 1961 - June 2, 1962), The Complaisant Lover - Other (November 1, 1961 - January 27, 1962), Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole - Other (October 5, 1961 - December 16, 1961), All the Way Home - Production (November 30, 1960 - September 16, 1961), Toys in the Attic - Other (February 25, 1960 - April 8, 1961), The Long Dream - Other (February 17, 1960 - February 20, 1960), The Fighting Cock - Other (December 8, 1959 - February 20, 1960), Saratoga - Other (December 7, 1959 - February 13, 1960), The Tenth Man - Production (November 5, 1959 - May 13, 1961), The Girls Against the Boys - Other (November 2, 1959 - November 14, 1959), The Miracle Worker - Other (October 19, 1959 - July 1, 1961), The Gang's All Here - Other (October 1, 1959 - January 23, 1960), Davy Jones' Locker - Production (March 28, 1959 - April 11, 1959), The Rivalry - Other (February 7, 1959 - April 18, 1959), Redhead - Other (February 5, 1959 - March 19, 1960), Rashomon - Other (January 27, 1959 - June 13, 1959), The Disenchanted - Other (December 3, 1958 - May 16, 1959), The Shadow of a Gunman - Other (November 20, 1958 - January 3, 1959), Handful of Fire - Other (October 1, 1958 - October 4, 1958), The Next President - Other (April 9, 1958 - April 19, 1958), Two for the Seesaw - Other (January 16, 1958 - October 31, 1959), The Music Man - Other (December 19, 1957 - April 15, 1961), Night of the Auk - Other (December 3, 1956 - December 8, 1956), A Very Special Baby - Other (November 14, 1956 - November 17, 1956), Long Day's Journey Into Night - Other (November 7, 1956 - March 29, 1958), Auntie Mame - Other (October 31, 1956 - June 28, 1958), Shangri-La - Other (June 13, 1956 - June 30, 1956), The Most Happy Fella - Other (May 3, 1956 - December 14, 1957), Hazel Flagg - Other (February 11, 1953 - September 19, 1953), Bernardine - Other (October 16, 1952 - February 28, 1953), In Any Language - Other (October 7, 1952 - November 15, 1952), Caesar and Cleopatra - Other (December 19, 1951 - April 12, 1952), Gigi - Other (November 24, 1951 - May 31, 1952), Darkness at Noon - Other (January 13, 1951 - June 23, 1951), Peter Pan - Other (April 24, 1950 - January 27, 1951), Caesar and Cleopatra - Other (December 21, 1949 - April 29, 1950), Lost in the Stars - Other (October 30, 1949 - July 1, 1950), Miss Liberty - Other (July 15, 1949 - April 8, 1950), Anne of the Thousand Days - Other (December 8, 1948 - October 8, 1949), Goodbye, My Fancy - Other (November 17, 1948 - December 24, 1949)


BERNARD GRANOFF
Born in New York City, New York
Died: April 28, 1996 in Englewood, New Jersey



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