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Christopher Blake   

Music Box Theatre , (11/30/1946 - 3/08/1947)
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Opening Date:Nov 30, 1946   
Closing Date:Mar 08, 1947 Total Performances:114

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Joseph M. Hyman and Bernard Hart
Written by Moss Hart
Staged by Moss Hart
Scenic Design by Harry Horner; Costume Design by Bianca Stroock; Lighting Design by Harry Horner and Leo Kerz
Ronald Alexander The Headmaster
The Bailiff
Dorothy Beauvaire Spectator / Passerby
Maylah Bradford Spectator / Passerby
Eileen Burns Spectator / Passerby
Ira Cirker A Soldier
Francis De Sales Mr. Kurlick
Frederic de Wilde A Newsreel Man
Charles S. Dubin Another Photographer
Irving Fisher The President
Dan Frazer A Marine
Jack Garbutt A Photographer
Lois Harmon Spectator / Passerby
Robert Harrison Judge Adamson
Bill Hoe Photographer
Carl Judd A Military Aide
The Stage Manager
Kermit Kegley A Radio Announcer
A Policeman
Johann Kley Spectator / Passerby
Dickie Leone Ray
One of Three Boys
Kay Loring Miss MacIntyre
Lillian Marr Spectator / Passerby
Jennifer Moore Spectator / Passerby
Tom Morrison An Admiral
The Doorman
Charles Nevil One of Three Boys
Diane Parker Spectator / Passerby
Edward Pegram A Beggar
Leslie Penha Spectator / Passerby
Susan Sanderson The Mother
Maximilian Schultz The Janitor
Allen Shaw Another Newsreel Man
An Angry Man
Another Bailiff
Martha Sleeper Mrs. Blake
Shepperd Strudwick Mr. Blake
Guy Tano Another General
Frank M. Thomas A General
The Superintendent
A Judge
Mack Twamley Johnny
One of Three Boys
Phyllis Tyler An Actress
Richard Tyler Christopher Blake
Peggy Van Fleet Miss Holly
Raymond Van Sickle A Courtroom Attendant
Watson White Mr. Caldwell
Hugh Williamson A Radio Man
The Father