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The Wind Is Ninety   

Booth Theatre, (6/21/1945 - 9/22/1945)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jun 21, 1945    
Closing Date: Sep 22, 1945 Total Performances: 108

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The front lawn of an American home.

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.); Produced in association with Albert De Courville
Written by Capt. Ralph Nelson
Directed by Albert De Courville
Scenic Design by Frederick Fox; Lighting Design by John Douglas
Company Manager: George Oshrin
Stage Manager: John Holden
Press Representative: C. P. Greneker, Stanley Seiden and Ben Kornzweig
Henry BarnardYoung Man
Wendell CoreyDan
Donald DevlinChris
James DobsonYouth
Kirk DouglasSoldier
Bert LytellDoc Ritchie
Kevin MathewsJimmy
Gordon McDonald2nd Lieutenant
Marty MillerBoy
Scott MooreMr. Wheeler
Frances ReidJean
Teddy RoseBert
Roy SterlingTommy
Dickie Van PattenErnie Sheffield
Joyce Van PattenJoan
Blanche YurkaNana
Theatre World
winner 1946 Award [recipient] 
  Wendell Corey