Autograph Playbill cover, with cast of Too true to be good, 54th Street Theatre.

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Middleton, Ray. Autograph Playbill cover, with cast of Too true to be good, 54th Street Theatre.

Autograph Playbill cover, with cast of Too true to be good, 54th Street Theatre.

1 item (1 leaf) : ports. ; 23 cm.

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Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989

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54th Street Theatre (New York, N.Y.)

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Middleton, Ray

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Ray Middleton, 1907-1984, was a singer and American character actor. His musical career began in New York where he sang roles in opera and on radio. He also sang roles in Broadway musicals such as "Roberta" in the 1930s, co-starred with Ethyl Merman in the original "Annie Get Your Gun" (1946), and was in "South Pacific". In 1965, he played the Innkeeper in the first Broadway production of "The Man of La Mancha." As an actor he became involved in motion pictures such as "Hurricane Smith" (1941), ...