Paul Muni Poster

Other Works

  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Morris Levine"; billed as Muni Weisenfrend; Broadway debut) in "We Americans" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Milton Herbert Gropper and Max Siegel. Directed by Sam Forrest. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 12 Oct 1926-Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/118 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Phil Levine"), Nancy Allen (as "Mrs. Peterson"), George Baxter (as "Leo Lanheim"), Jules Bennett (as "Mr. Albertini"), Charles Ellis (as "Samuel Korn"), Lackaye Grant (as "Clarence Williams"), Ethel Henin (as "Mrs. Goldberg"), Milton C. Herman (as "Mr. Finkel"), Sylvia Hoffman (as "Anna Philipescu"), Jerome Kennedy (as "O'Dougall"), Clara Langsner (as "Mrs. Levine"), Ailsa Lawson (as "Beth Levine"), Ruth Lee (as "Helen Dale"), Ann Lowenworth (as "Mrs. Horowitz"), Sam Mann (as "Mr. Goldberg"), William E. Morris (as "Jacob Marcus "), Herbert Polesie (as "Chaim Horowitz"), Morris Strassberg (as "Mr. Horowitz"), Mann Wada (as "Song Lee"), Josephine Wehn (as "Mrs. Albertini'), Paul Muni (credited as Muni Wiensfred) [Broadway debut] (as "Morris Levine"). Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Benny Horowitz"; credited as Muni Weisenfrend) in "Four Walls" on Broadway. Written by Dana Burnet and George Abbott (also director). John Golden Theatre: 19 Sep 1927-Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Suzanne Browne (as "Lizzie"), William Cox (as "Marty"), Lionel Dante (as "Paul"), Peter Du Conge (as "Second Musician"), Bella Finkle (as "Bertha"), Jacob Frank (as "Mendel"), Jeanne Greene (as "Frieda"), Averell Harris (as "The Monk"), Steven Jones (as "Fourth Musician"), Edward Keane (as "Sullivan"), Eloise Keeler (as "Sally"), James C. Lane (as "Tom"), Clara Langsner (as "Mrs. Horowitz"), Jay Lindsey (as "Looey"), Gertrude Manfred (as "Gertie"), Sanford Meisner (as "Sid"), George Nicols (as "Third Musician"), Olga Nova (as "Stella"), William Pawley (as "Lefty"), Edwin Philips (as "Sammy"), Evelyna Platt (as "Rose"), William Smith (as "First Musician"), Lee Strasberg (as "Nick"), Charles Wagenheim (as "Herman"), Josephine Wehn (as "Mrs. Clampman"), George Wright Jr. (as "Jake"). Produced by John Golden. NOTE: Filmed as Four Walls (1928), Straight Is the Way (1934).
  • (1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Saul Holland") in "This One Man" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Sidney Buchman. Directed by Leo Bulgakov. Morosco Theatre: 21 Oct 1930-Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Mr. Wilkes"), Mike Donlin (as "Jig"), Billy Fay (as "Pop"), William Franklin (as "Dan"), Robert Griffin (as "First Questioner"), Paul Guilfoyle (as "Marvin Holland"), Charles Harrison (as "Dan"), Victor Kilian (as "Second Questioner"), Boris Mashalov (as "Eugene Vignon"), Constance McKay (as "Molly Holland"), Dean Raymond (as "Dr. Camp"), George Spear (as Mr. Chambers"). Produced by Arthur Lubin and Richard W. Krakauer.
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Steven Moorhead") in "Rock Me, Julie" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Kenneth Raisbeck. Directed by James Light. Royale Theatre: 3 Feb 1931-Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Jean Adair (as "Janet Satterlee"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "Joseph Satterlee"), Betty Hanna (as "Stella Satterlee"), Otto Hulett (as "Guy Dexter"), Wanda Lyon (as "Mrs. Archer"), Helen Menken (as "Charlotte Satterlee"), Dorothy Sands (as "Winifred Satterlee Dexter"), James Spottswood (as "Archer Satterlee"), Barry O'Moore (as "Raymond Purss"). Produced by Morris Green and Lewis E. Gensler.
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared (as "George Simon") in "Counsellor-at-Law" on Broadway. Drama. Written / directed / produced by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre: 6 Nov 1931-Jul 1932 (closing date unknown/292 performances). Cast: Sam Bonnell (as "John P. Tedesco"), Elmer Brown (as "Francis Clark Baird"), Jack Collins, June Cox (as "Richard Dwight Jr."), John Hammond Dailey(as "Charles McFadden"), Dorothy Dodge (as "Lillian Larue"), Gladys Feldman (as "Zedorah Chapman"), Ned Glass (as "A Postman" / "David Simon"; Broadway debut), Jane Hamilton, Angela Jacobs, Marvin Kline, Malka Kornstein, Anna Kostant, Jack Leslie, T.H. Manning, Constance McKay, Jennie Moscowitz, Buddy Proctor, Louise Prussing, John Qualen, Lester Salkow, William Vaughn, David Vivian, Conway Washburne, Martin Wolfson (as "Harry Becker"), Victor Wolfson (as "A Tall Man"). NOTE: Filmed as Counsellor-at-Law (1933).
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared (as "George Simon") in "Counsellor-at-Law" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written / produced / directed by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 15 May 1933-close): 12 Sep 1932-May 1933 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Sam Bonnell (as "John P. Tedesco"), Elmer Brown (as "Francis Clark Baird"), Jack Collins, June Cox, John Crump, J. Hammond Dailey (as "Charles McFadden"), Dorothy Day (as "Bessie Green"), John Garfield (as "Henry Susskind"; credited as Jules Garfield), Ned Glass (as "David Simon"), Jane Hamilton, Angela Jacobs (as "Goldie Rindskopf"), Malka Kornstein, Jack Leslie, T.H. Manning, Harry Mervis, Sue Moore, Jennie Moscowitz, James Mullin (as "A Postman"), Buddy Proctor (as "An Errand Boy"), John Qualen (as "Johann Breitstein"), Mary Servoss (as "Cora Simon"), Ann Teeman, Doris Underwood, William Vaughn, David Vivian (as "Richard Dwight Jr."), Conway Washburne (as "Arthur Sandler"), Martin Wolfson (as "Harry Becker"), Victor Wolfson (as "A Tall Man").
  • (1946) Stage: Appeared in "A Flag is Born" on Broadway. Written by Ben Hecht. Incidental music by Zamira Gon. Directed by Luther Adler. Alvin Theatre (moved to The Adelphi Theatre from 7 Oct 1946-19 Oct 1946, then moved to The Music Box Theatre from 21 Oct 1946-16 Nov 1946, then moved to The Broadway Theatre (18 Nov 1946-close): 5 Sep 1946-14 Dec 1946 (120 performances). Produced by American League for a Free Palestine.
  • (1949) Stage: Appeared in "They Knew What They Wanted" on Broadway. Comedy (revival).
  • (1942) Stage: Appeared (as "George Simon") in "Counsellor-at-Law" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Royale Theatre: 24 Nov 1942-10 Jul 1942 (258 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman (as "Goldie Rindskopf"), Leslie Barrett (as "Henry Susskind"), Samuel Bonnell (as "John P. Tedesco"), Elmer H. Brown (as "Francis Clark Baird"), Buddy Buehler (as "Richard Dwight Jr."), Alexander Clark Jr. (as "Roy Darwin"), Norma Clerc (as "Dorothy Dwight"), Olive Deering (as "Regina Gordon"), Phillip Gordon (as "David Simon"), Caleb Gray (as "A Boy"), Jane Hamilton (as "A Woman"), Edwin Hugh (as "A Stout Man"), John L. Kearney (as "Peter J. Malone"), Betty Kelley (as "Zedorah Chapman"), Clara Langsner (as "Sarah Becker"), John McQuade (as "Arthur Sandler"), Jennie Moscovitz (as "Lena Simon"), Joseph Pevney (as "Harry Becker"), Kurt Richards (as "Herbert Howard Weinberg"), Jack Sheehan (as "Charles McFadden"), Frances Tannehill (as "Lillian Larue"), Ann Thomas (as "Bessie Green"), William Vaughan (as "A Bootblack"), Jay Velie (as "A Tall Man"), Barrie Wanless (as "Johann Breitstein"), Joan Wetmore (as "Cora Simon"). Produced by John Golden.
  • Radio: Appeared (as "Emile Zola", reprising his role in the film The Life of Emile Zola (1937)) in a Lux Radio Theatre of "The Life of Emile Zola". Also in cast: Gloria Holden.
  • (10/12/46) Radio: Appeared (as "Eddie Kagle") in a "Hedda Hopper Show--This Is Hollywood" broadcast of "Angel On My Shoulder".
  • (11/23/36) Radio: Appeared (as "Louis Pasteur") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "The Story of Louis Pasteur".
  • (3/13/46) Radio: Appeared (as "Louis Pasteur") in a "Academy Award Theater" broadcast of "The Story of Louis Pasteur".
  • (November 6, 1939) He acted in Maxwell Anderson's play, "Key Largo," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Jose Ferrer, Uta Hagen and Karl Malden in the cast.

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