- (1930) Stage: Appeared (as one of "The California Collegians") in "Three's a Crowd" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Material / lyrics by Howard Dietz. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Lighting Design by Hassard Short (also director). With sketches by Groucho Marx Fred Allen, William B. Miles, Laurence Schwab, Corey Ford, Arthur Sheekman and Hazel Flynn. Selwyn Theatre: 15 Oct 1930-Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/272 performances). Cast: Fred Allen, Joan Clement, Marybeth Conoly, Wally Coyle, Rene Du Plessis, Tamara Geva, Portland Hoffa, Libby Holman, Alan Jones, Parcy Launders, Margaret Lee, Harold Moffet, Herb Montei, Earl Oxford, Amy Revere, Clifton Webb, Lou Wood. Produced by Max Gordon. NOTE: Show was one of the biggest hits of the dismal 1930-31 season, closing after 272 performances in June, 1931. Historically significant as introducing balcony spotlighting instead of footlights, a technique soon adopted universally on Broadway.
- (1933) Stage: Appeared in "Roberta" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Jerome Kern. Book / lyrics by Otto A. Harbach. Based on the novel "Gowns by Roberta" by Alice Duer Miller. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Scenic Design by Clark Robinson. Gowns Designed by Madame Tafel. Furs Designed by Max Koch. Costume Design by Kiviette. Uncredited Lighting Design by Hassard Short (also director, uncredited). Choreographed by 'Jose Limon'. New Amsterdam Theatre: 18 Nov 1933-21 Jul 1934 (295 performances). Cast: Barbara Adams, Ray Adams, Berenice Alaire, Leon Alton, Michael Alvarez, Dorothy Atkins, Bob Barrett, Elsie Behrens, Norma Butler, Sally Bynum, The California Collegians (as "Huckleberry Haines Orchestra"), Phyllis Cameron, Barbara Child, Bobette Christine, Florence Chumbecos, Aida Conkey, Lola De Lille, George Djimos, Bert Doughty, Jack Douglas, Rene Du Plessis (as "California Collegian"), Jane Evans, Rose Gale, Bob Gray, Helen Gray, Sydney Greenstreet (as "Lord Henry Delves, the Friend of Roberta"), William Hain, Bunny Hallow, Ruth Hamilton, Vernon Hammer, Buddy Hertelle, Bob Hope (as "Huckleberry Haines, the Crooner"), Ed Jerome, Edna Johnson, Alan Jones (as "California Collegian"), Lillian Lamonte, Dorothy Lane, Catherine Laughlin, Ray Middleton (as "John Kent, the Fullback"), Evelyn Monte, Herb Montei, John Muccio, George Murphy (as "Billy Boyden, the Hoofer"), Nayan Pearce, John Peters, Carole Renwick, Lyda Roberti (as "Mme. Nunez" / "Clementina Scharwenka, the Star Customer"), Josephine Roberts, Marion Ross (as "Mme. Grandet, the Fitter"), Jim Ryan, Tania Sania, Stanislaw Sarmatoff, Ruth Shaw, Gretchen Sherman, Tamara, Fay Templeton (as "Aunt Minnie" / "Trade Name, Roberta" / "The Modiste"), William Torpey, Rosalie Trego, Mavis Walsh, Sandra Walters, Clara Waring, Virginia Whitmore, Barbara Williams, Lou Wood, Neil Wood. Produced by Max Gordon.
- (9/15/52) Radio: Appeared on the radio program "The Lux Radio Theater" in the episode "Here Comes the Groom" also starring Jane Wyman. The story about a wandering newsman who is forced to win back his irate fiancée and reconcile her to the two war orphans he adopted.
- (1952-53) Radio: Appeared (as "George Harvey") on NBC Radio's "Bright Star" series.
- Single: "If I Had A Talking Picture of You."
- (10/8/51) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theatre" production of "Borderline".
- (5/31/48) Radio: Appeared (as "Bill Dunnigan") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "The Miracle of the Bells".