Brynner, Yul Biography

biography of Brynner, Yul

Yuli Borisovich Bryner
11 July 1920, Vladivostok, Russian SFSR, USSR [now Primorsky Krai, Russia]
10 October 1985, New York City, New York, USA (lung cancer)
5' 10"
Exotic leading man of American films, famed as much for his completely bald head as for his performances, Yul Brynner masked much of his life in mystery and outright lies designed to tease people he considered gullible. It was not until the publication of the books "Yul: The Man Who Would Be King" and "Empire and Odyssey" by his son Yul "Rock" Brynner that many of the details of Brynner's early life became clear. He sometimes claimed to be a half-Swiss, half-Japanese named Taidje Khan, born on the island of Sakhalin; in reality he was the son of Boris Bryner, a Swiss-Russian engineer and inventor, and Marousia Blagovidova, the daughter of a Russian doctor. He was born in their home town of Vladivostok on 11 July 1920, and named Yuli after his grandfather Jules Bryner. When Yuli's father abandoned the family, his mother took him and his sister Vera to Harbin, Manchuria, where they attended a YMCA school. In 1934 Yuli's mother took her children to Paris. Her son was sent to the exclusive Lycée Moncelle, but his attendance was spotty. He dropped out and became a musician, playing guitar in the nightclubs among the Russian gypsies who gave him his first real sense of family. He met luminaries such as 'Jean Cocteau' (qv) and became an apprentice at the Theatre des Mathurins. He worked as a trapeze artist with the famed Cirque d'Hiver company. He traveled to the U.S. in 1941 to study with acting teacher 'Michael Chekhov' (qv) and toured the country with Chekhov's theatrical troupe. That same year he debuted in New York as Fabian in "Twelfth Night" (billed as Youl Bryner). After working in a very early TV series, _"Mr. Jones and His Neighbors" (1944)_ (qv), he played on Broadway in "Lute Song", with 'Mary Martin (I)' (qv), winning awards and mild acclaim. He and his wife, actress 'Virginia Gilmore' (qv), starred in the first TV talk show, _"Mr. and Mrs." (1948)_ (qv). Brynner then joined CBS as a television director. He made his film debut in _Port of New York (1949)_ (qv). Two years later Mary Martin recommended him for the part he would forever be known for: the King in 'Richard Rodgers (I)' (qv)' and 'Oscar Hammerstein II' (qv)'s musical "The King and I". Brynner became an immediate sensation in the role, repeating it for film (_The King and I (1956)_ (qv)) and winning the Oscar for Best Actor. For the next two decades he maintained a starring film career despite the exotic nature of his persona, performing in a wide range of roles from Egyptian pharaohs to Western gunfighters, almost all with the same shaved head and indefinable accent. In the 1970s he returned to the role that had made him a star, and spent most of the rest of his life touring the world in "The King and I". When he developed lung cancer in the mid-1980s, he left a powerful public service announcement denouncing smoking as the cause, for broadcast after his death. The cancer and its complications, after a long illness, ended his life. Brynner was cremated and his ashes buried in a remote part of France, on the grounds of the Abbey of Saint-Michel de Bois Aubry, a short distance outside the village of Luzé. He remains one of the most fascinating, unusual and beloved stars of his time.
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-   'Kathy Lee (I)' (qv) (4 April 1983 - 10 October 1985) (his death)

-   'Jacqueline de Croisset' (23 September 1971 - 1981) (divorced); 2 children

-   'Virginia Gilmore' (qv) (6 September 1944 - 26 March 1960) (divorced); 1 child

-   'Doris Kleiner' (qv) (31 March 1960 - 1967) (divorced); 1 child

-   Completely shaved head

-   Unflinching gaze

-   Deep authorative voice

-   In 1950, before he achieved fame, he was the director of a children's puppet show on CBS, _"Life with Snarky Parker" (1950)_ (qv), which lasted barely eight months on the air before cancellation.

-   Son Yul 'Rock' Brynner II (b. 23 December 1946).

-   Daughter Lark (b. 1958), born out of wedlock. She raised by her mother, German actress 'Frances Martin' (qv).

-   Daughter Victoria Brynner (b. November 1962 in Switzerland).

-   Daughter Mia Brynner (adopted 1974, born in Vietnam).

-   Daughter Melody Brynner (adopted 1975, born in Vietnam).

-   Despite numerous resources stating that Brynner was interred at the non-existent "Saint Robert Churchyard at the Monastery of Saint Michael", Brynner actually was buried in the Orthodox cemetery Saint-Michel-du-Bois-Aubry of Luzé, a village 55km from Tours in Touraine, France.

-   His paternal grandmother, Russian born Natalya Kurkotova, was one-eighth Mongolian.

-   Is a recipient of the presitigious Connor Award, given by the brothers of the Phi Alpha Tau fraternity based out of Emerson College in Boston.

-   Died the same day as 'Orson Welles' (qv).

-   While touring in the play "Odyssey" in the mid-1970s, he attained a reputation for being a holy terror toward hotel staff members. Among other things, all hotel suites where he would stay had to be painted a certain shade of tan and all kitchens in those hotel suites had to be stocked in advance with "one dozen brown eggs, under no circumstances white ones!" (it should be noted, in fairness, that Brynner personally paid the expense of these requests). The play itself, later retitled "Home, Sweet Homer," had a successful pre-Broadway tour of over a year, but lasted exactly one performance when it opened on Broadway in 1976.

-   He was an accomplished photographer. He took many photos on the sets of the various projects he worked on over the years.

-   Mentioned in the popular mid-1980s song "One Night in Bangkok," sung by 'Murray Head (I)' (qv), from the soundtrack of the musical "Chess".

-   When he found out he would be playing Pharaoh Rameses II opposite 'Charlton Heston' (qv)'s Moses in _The Ten Commandments (1956)_ (qv) and that he would be shirtless for most of the film, he began a rigorous weight lifting program because he did not want to be physically overshadowed by Charlton Heston (which explains his buffer than normal physique during _The King and I (1956)_ (qv) another film he was set to work on at the time.)

-   A recording of him explaining how being bald helped him is included in a song by 'Stephen Malkmus' (qv) (of Pavement) titled "Jo Jo's Jacket." The first verses are about Brynner and include a reference to _Westworld (1973)_ (qv) and _The King and I (1956)_ (qv).

-   Won Broadway's 1952 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for "The King and I," a role he recreated in his Oscar-winning performance in the film of the same name, _The King and I (1956)_ (qv). He also won a second, Special Tony in 1985 "honoring his 4,525 performances in 'The King and I'."

-   Is the only actor to appear in both _The Magnificent Seven (1960)_ (qv) and its first sequel, _Return of the Seven (1966)_ (qv). He did not, however, appear in either of the other sequels, _Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969)_ (qv) and _The Magnificent Seven Ride! (1972)_ (qv).

-   Appeared in three different films with 'Eli Wallach' (qv): _The Magnificent Seven (1960)_ (qv), _Poppies Are Also Flowers (1966)_ (qv) and _Romansa konjokradice (1971)_ (qv).

-   Apprentice of 'Michael Chekhov' (qv).

-   Brynner married 'Doris Kleiner' (qv) on the set during shooting of _The Magnificent Seven (1960)_ (qv).

-   One of only eight actors to have won both a Tony and an Oscar for having portrayed the same roles on stage and screen. The others are 'Joel Grey' (qv) (_Cabaret (1972)_ (qv)), 'Shirley Booth' (qv) (_Come Back, Little Sheba (1952)_ (qv)), 'Rex Harrison (I)' (qv) (_My Fair Lady (1964)_ (qv)), 'Anne Bancroft (I)' (qv) (_The Miracle Worker (1962)_ (qv)), 'Paul Scofield (I)' (qv) (_A Man for All Seasons (1966)_ (qv)), 'José Ferrer (I)' (qv) (_Cyrano de Bergerac (1950)_ (qv)) and 'Jack Albertson' (qv) (_The Subject Was Roses (1968)_ (qv)).

-   Three of his films were remade in the late 1990s, in rapid succession, as animated films: _The King and I (1956)_ (qv) and _Anastasia (1956)_ (qv) were remade as animated films of the same name _The King and I (1999)_ (qv), _Anastasia (1997)_ (qv)) and _The Ten Commandments (1956)_ (qv) was remade as _The Prince of Egypt (1998)_ (qv).

-   Sometimes claimed that he was part-Japanese, that his birth name was Taidje Khan and that he hailed from the Russian island of Sakhalin. He was actually born as Yuli Borisovich Bryner to a Swiss/Russian father.

-   Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume One, 1981-1985, pages 111-114. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998.

-   According to his son, Yul "Rock" Brynner, "In his youth, Yul Brynner was 'Jean Cocteau' (qv)'s opium supplier." Empire and Odyssey, p. 141.

-   His grandmother, Natalya Kurkotova, was one-eighth Mongolian, the granddaughter of a half-Buryat merchant from Siberia, meaning that Yuli Borisovich Bryner (Yul Brynner) was about 1/32 Mongolian.

-   'Audrey Hepburn (I)' (qv) is the godmother of his daughter Victoria.

-   Godfather of 'Charlotte Gainsbourg' (qv).

-   Loved modern appliances.

-   Always prepared breakfast while wearing a silk kimono.

-   A great believer in rituals.

-   Was very good friends with 'Deborah Kerr' (qv).

-   He badly wanted to play the title role in _Spartacus (1960)_ (qv) and the role of Rasputin in _Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)_ (qv).

-   Daughter 'Victoria Brynner' (qv) is a successful businesswoman who founded her own company Stardust Visions and Stardust Celebrities in Los Angeles (1992).

-   Was acting in an adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' (his Broadway debut), when Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese. That night's show was canceled and most of the crew enlisted soon after. The show lasted only 15 performances and Brynner was out of a job until 1943.

-   Played the role of King Mongkut of Siam on stage, in the movies and in a short-lived television series.

-   When Brynner formed his own company Alciona to produce films in which he would both star in and direct, he commissioned Jean Cocteau to design the logo for the company stationary.

-   Stan Lee used his physical likeness (Noticeably his bald head and intense stare) as the inspiration for the appearance of Professor Charles Xavier in the ''X-Men'' comics.

-   After seeing Brynner in the play "Lute Song" with Mary Martin in 1949, Judy Garland wanted to do a film version of it, so she asked him to do a screen test with her. Nothing came of it, but it led to the actor's screen debut that year in "Port of New York.".

-   When he got the offer to star in "The King and I" on Broadway, Brynner had established himself at CBS directing "Danger," "Omnibus," and "Studio One" as well as training new directors in the fledgling medium. He took a leave of absence to play the King and even after his success jokingly referred to acting as his part time job.

-   He was a good friend with Frank Sinatra, and was a frequent guest at Frank's Palm Springs estate.

-   (1960) Book {w/Inge Morath'): "Bring Forth the Children: A Journey to the Forgotten People of Europe and the Middle East"

-   (1957) Album: "The Gypsy and I: Yul Brynner Sings Gypsy Songs" (Vanguard Records)

-   After his lung cancer had progressed to the terminal stage, Brynner taped a public service message urging others to quit smoking. At his request, the message was aired after his death, preceded by the announcement "Ladies and gentlemen, the late Yul Brynner".

-   (1975-76)Print ads: Lauder's Scotch whiskey

-   (c. 1961) Radio: Guest-starred on an episode of the variety series "The Big Show".

-   (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Fabrian, inhabitant of Illyria"; Broadway debut) in "Twelfth Night" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv). Music by Joseph R. Wood, Jr. Scenic / Costume Design by 'Michael Chekhov' (qv). Directed by Michael Chekhov and George Shdanoff. Little Theatre: 2 Dec 1941-13 Dec 1941 (15 performances). Cast: Lester Bacharach, Charles Barnett, Eleanor Barrie, Ronald Bennett, Alfred Boylen, Margaret Boylen, John Flynn, Alan Harkness, Nelson Harrell, 'Hurd Hatfield' (qv) (as "Sir Andrew Aguecheek, companion of Sir Toby"), Mary Haynsworth, Daphne Moore, Frank Rader, 'Ford Rainey' (qv) (as "Sir Toby Belch, Olivia's kinsman"), Penelope Sack, Sam Schatz, 'Beatrice Straight' (qv) (as "Viola"), Mary Lou Taylor. Produced by The Chekhov Theater Players and Michael Chekhov.

-   (1943) Stage: Appeared (as "Andre") in "The Moon Vine" on Broadway.

-   (1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Tsai-Yong") in "The Lute Song" on Broadway. Musical.

-   (1976) Stage: Starred (as "Odysseus") in "Home Sweet Homer" on Broadway

-   (1977) Stage: Starred (as "The King") in "The King and I" on Broadway. Revival.

-   (1985) Stage: Starred (as "The King") in "The King and I" on Broadway. Revival.

-   (1952) Stage: Starred (as "The King") in "The King and I" on Broadway. NOTE: Won Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical). In 1985 he won a special Tony Award "honoring his 4,525 performances in 'The King and I'."

-   (1986) TV commercial (PSA): Anti-Smoking TV commercial for the American Cancer Society

-   (1977) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "The King and I," at the Uris Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Constance Towers in the cast.

-   (July 1979) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "The King and I," at the London Palladium in London, England with Virginia McKenna and John Bennett in the cast. Yuriko was director.

-   (1979) He acted in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "The King and I," at the London Palladium in London, England with Virginia McKenna and John Bennett in the cast. Yuriko was director.

-   (????) TV commercial: Fujifilm (Japan)

-   Rock Brynner. _Yul: The Man Who Would Be King._ New York: Simon & Schuster, 1989. ISBN 067169006X

-   Jhan Robbins. _Yul Brynner: The Inscrutable King._ New York: Dodd, Mead, 1987. ISBN 0396086756

-   Michelangelo Capua. _Yul Brynner: A Biography._ Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2006. ISBN 0786424613

-   'Victoria Brynner' (qv). _Yul: A Potographic Journey._ 2010.

-   People don't know my real self, and they're not about to find out.

-   [to interviewers] Just call me a nice, clean-cut Mongolian boy.

-   Girls have an unfair advantage over boys: If they can't get what they want by being smart, they can get it by being dumb.

-   [Message recorded in January 1985, after he was diagnosed with lung cancer] Now that I'm gone, I tell you: Don't smoke, whatever you do, just don't smoke. If I could take back that smoking, we wouldn't be talking about any cancer. I'm convinced of that.

-   I'm not of the can-kicking, shovel-carrying, ear-scratching, torn T-shirt school of acting. There are very few real men in the movies these days. Yet being a real man is the most important quality an actor can offer on the screen.

-   [describing his character Chris Adams from "The Magnificent Seven" and "Return of the Seven"] Well... He's just a dirty bum. There are only two things clean about him: His gun and his soul.

-   _Solomon and Sheba (1959)_ (qv) -> $600,000

-   _Poppies Are Also Flowers (1966)_ (qv) -> £1

-   "Ciné-Revue" (Belgium), 30 May 1968, Vol. 48, Iss. 22, pg. 28, by: J.M., "Boucher sanguinaire ou authentique héros? Yul Brinner, le "vrai" Pancho Villa"

-   "Le Nouveau Cinémonde" (France), 15 November 1966, Iss. 1667, pg. 10, by: D.W. Jones, "Yul Brinner : "Britt me renverse!""

-   "Photoplay" (UK), May 1960, Vol. 11, Iss. 5, pg. 8-9, 50-51, "Yul Brinner : why they label him fraud"

-   "Le Film complet" (France), 28 March 1957, Iss. # 61, pg. pg. 8, by: Farmer, Guy, "Nouvelles étoiles au firmament d'Hollywood. Une pléiade de jeunes vient prendre la relève des grands séducteurs américains"

-   "Mechanix Illustrated" (USA), August 1952, Vol. 47, Iss. 4, pg. 88, by: Anonymous, "Yul Brynner-King of Model Railroad"

-   "Playboy" (USA), February 1976, Vol. 23, Iss. 2, pg. 114, "Saps in cinema"

-   "Playboy" (USA), January 1975, Vol. 22, Iss. 1, pg. 104, by: n/a, "Playboy Mansion West"

-   "Jeunesse Cinéma" (France), July 1965, Iss. 91, pg. 65, "Star Book : Gloires de Hollywood"

-   "Cinemonde" (France), 1 September 1959, Vol. 27, Iss. 1308, pg. 27, by: Pierre Montaigne, "On en parle à l'Elysées-Club"

-   "Veronica" (Netherlands), 16 May 1981, Iss. 20

-   "ABC Film Review" (UK), March 1967, Vol. 17, Iss. 5

-   "Radio Cinéma Télévision" (France), 8 June 1958, Iss. # 438

-   "Bravo" (West Germany), 15 October 1957, Iss. 43

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Acting in movies

  1. Out of My Dreams: Oscar Hammerstein II (2012) (TV)
  2. "Österreich-Bild" (1975) {Nadja Tiller, Traumfrau aus Wien}
  3. 100 Years of the London Palladium (2010) (TV)
  4. "The Naked Archaeologist" (2005) {Rebuilding the Temple (#3.6)}
  5. "The Naked Archaeologist" (2005) {Babes, Brothels and Baths (#2.21)}
  6. "The Naked Archaeologist" (2005) {Coat of Many Colors (#2.24)}
  7. "The Naked Archaeologist" (2005) {The Legacy of King Solomon: Part 2 (#2.7)}
  8. "The Naked Archaeologist" (2005) {The Would-be Messiah (#2.1)}
  9. "The O'Reilly Factor" (1996) {(2008-08-22)}
  10. Cineastas contra magnates (2005)
  11. Steve McQueen: The Essence of Cool (2005) (TV)
  12. "The Naked Archaeologist" (2005) {Jezebel: Bible Bad Girl (#1.16)}
  13. "Broadway: The American Musical" (2004) {Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin': 1943-1960 (#1.4)}
  14. "Broadway: The American Musical" (2004) {Tradition: 1957-1979 (#1.5)}
  15. "Great Performances" (1970) {Broadway's Lost Treasures}
  16. "Omnibus" (1967) {Elizabeth Taylor: England's Other Elizabeth (#34.5)}
  17. Meine Schwester Maria (2002)
  18. Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood (2001) (TV)
  19. 72nd Annual Academy Awards Pre-Show (2000) (TV)
  20. Guns for Hire: The Making of 'The Magnificent Seven' (2000) (TV)
  21. Smoke and Mirrors: A History of Denial (1999)
  22. ... y otras mujeres de armas tomar (1998) (TV)
  23. "E! True Hollywood Story" (1996) {Elizabeth Taylor}
  24. 20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years (1997) (TV)
  25. A Century of Science Fiction (1996) (V)
  26. Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies (1996) (TV)
  27. The Making of 'My Fair Lady' (1995) (V)
  28. 60 Minutes: The Entertainers (1991) (TV)
  29. Alma Cogan: The Girl with the Giggle in Her Voice (1991) (TV)
  30. Night of 100 Stars II (1985) (TV)
  31. Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of American Music (1985) (TV)
  32. "New York, New York" (1967) {(1985-02-14)}
  33. Ingrid (1984)
  34. The 11th Annual American Music Awards (1984) (TV)
  35. Lost to the Revolution (1980)
  36. The 51st Annual Academy Awards (1979) (TV)
  37. The Royal Variety Performance 1979 (1979) (TV)
  38. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {New York Week: Shubert Alley}
  39. Con la rabbia agli occhi (1976)
  40. Futureworld (1976)
  41. It's Showtime (1976)
  42. The Ultimate Warrior (1975)
  43. "Dinah!" (1974) {(#2.25)}
  44. Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals (1974) (TV)
  45. The 46th Annual Academy Awards (1974) (TV)
  46. Le serpent (1973)
  47. On Location with Westworld (1973)
  48. The 27th Annual Tony Awards (1973) (TV)
  49. The American Film Institute Salute to John Ford (1973) (TV)
  50. Westworld (1973)
  51. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1973-08-30)}
  52. Fuzz (1972)
  53. "Anna and the King" (1972) {Anna's Romance (#1.5)}
  54. "Anna and the King" (1972) {Chulalongkorn's Grades (#1.4)}
  55. "Anna and the King" (1972) {Louis' Love (#1.12)}
  56. "Anna and the King" (1972) {Louis, the Pawn (#1.8)}
  57. "Anna and the King" (1972) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  58. "Anna and the King" (1972) {Serana (#1.13)}
  59. "Anna and the King" (1972) {The Baby (#1.2)}
  60. "Anna and the King" (1972) {The Bicycle (#1.6)}
  61. "Anna and the King" (1972) {The Chimes (#1.7)}
  62. "Anna and the King" (1972) {The Haunted Temple (#1.9)}
  63. "Anna and the King" (1972) {The King and the Egg (#1.11)}
  64. "Anna and the King" (1972) {The Marriage of Prince Chula (#1.10)}
  65. "Cinema" (1964) {Yul Brynner}
  66. Catlow (1971)
  67. Romansa konjokradice (1971)
  68. The 25th Annual Tony Awards (1971) (TV)
  69. The Light at the Edge of the World (1971)
  70. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#3.150)}
  71. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#4.37)}
  72. Indio Black, sai che ti dico: Sei un gran figlio di... (1970)
  73. Bitka na Neretvi (1969)
  74. The File of the Golden Goose (1969)
  75. The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969)
  76. The Magic Christian (1969)
  77. Villa Rides (1968)
  78. The Double Man (1967)
  79. The Long Duel (1967)
  80. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#21.2)}
  81. Cast a Giant Shadow (1966)
  82. Poppies Are Also Flowers (1966)
  83. Return of the Seven (1966)
  84. Triple Cross (1966)
  85. Morituri (1965)
  86. Flight from Ashiya (1964)
  87. Invitation to a Gunfighter (1964)
  88. Kings of the Sun (1963)
  89. The World's Greatest Showman: The Legend of Cecil B. DeMille (1963) (TV)
  90. Escape from Zahrain (1962)
  91. Taras Bulba (1962)
  92. Goodbye Again (1961)
  93. The 33rd Annual Academy Awards (1961) (TV)
  94. Le testament d'Orphée, ou ne me demandez pas pourquoi! (1960)
  95. Once More, with Feeling! (1960)
  96. Surprise Package (1960)
  97. The Magnificent Seven (1960)
  98. "CBS Reports" (1959) {Rescue, with Yul Brynner (#2.3)}
  99. Solomon and Sheba (1959)
  100. The Journey (1959)
  101. The Sound and the Fury (1959)
  102. "Cinépanorama" (1956) {(1959-07-11)}
  103. The Brothers Karamazov (1958)
  104. The Buccaneer (1958)
  105. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#11.39)}
  106. The 29th Annual Academy Awards (1957) (TV)
  107. Anastasia (1956)
  108. The King and I (1956)
  109. The Ten Commandments (1956)
  110. "The Colgate Comedy Hour" (1950) {(#6.4)}
  111. General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein (1954) (TV)
  112. "Omnibus" (1952) {A Lodging for the Night (#1.16)}
  113. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#5.42)}
  114. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#4.46)}
  115. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#5.6)}
  116. "Penthouse Party" (1950) {(#1.14)}
  117. "Studio One" (1948) {Flowers from a Stranger (#2.23)}
  118. Port of New York (1949)
  119. "Fireside Theatre" (1949) {Friend of the Family (#1.1)}
  120. "Studio One" (1948) {Flowers from a Stranger (#1.15)}
  121. "Mr. and Mrs." (1948)
  122. "Mr. Jones and His Neighbors" (1944)

Movies Produced

  1. "Life with Snarky Parker" (1950) (producer)