Ed Wynn

Ed Wynn

Director
  • Born: Nov 9, 1886 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Death: Jun 19, 1966 in Beverly Hills, California

Roles (59)

Laugh, Town, Laugh! Playbill - July 1942 Laugh, Town, Laugh! (1942)
Opened Jun 22, 1942
  • Book
  • Staging
  • Producer
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Boys and Girls Together Playbill - Oct 1940 Boys and Girls Together (1940)
Opened Oct 1, 1940
  • as The Boy (Original)
  • as The "Police" Boy (Original)
  • as "Catsup on the Moon" Player (Original)
  • Talk
  • Conception
  • Staging
  • Producer
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Hooray For What! Playbill - May 1938 Hooray for What! (1937)
Opened Dec 1, 1937
  • as Chuckles (Original)
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Production Placeholder Alice Takat (1936)
Opened Feb 10, 1936
  • Producer
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The Laugh Parade Playbill - Nov 1931 The Laugh Parade (1931)
Opened Nov 2, 1931
  • as The Producer (Original)
  • as The Cameleer (Original)
  • as The Actor (Original)
  • as Punch and Judy Man (Original)
  • as Picture Patron (Original)
  • as Johnny (Original)
  • as Himself in "The Starting Place" (Original)
  • as Himself in "A Nice Place" (Original)
  • as Himself in "A New Place" (Original)
  • as Bench Sitter (Original)
  • as An Acrobat (Original)
  • as A Boy (Original)
  • Book
  • Conception
  • Staging
  • Producer
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Simple Simon Playbill - March 1931 Simple Simon (1931)
Opened Mar 9, 1931
  • as Simon (Original)
  • Book
  • Producer
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Simple Simon Playbill - February 1930 Simple Simon (1930)
Opened Feb 18, 1930
  • as Simon (Original)
  • Book
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Manhattan Mary Playbill - October 1927 Manhattan Mary (1927)
Opened Sep 26, 1927
  • as Crickets (Original)
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Production Placeholder The Grab Bag (1924)
Opened Oct 6, 1924
  • Book
  • Music
  • Lyrics
  • Staging
  • Producer
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Production Placeholder The Perfect Fool (1921)
Opened Nov 7, 1921
  • Book
  • Music
  • Lyrics
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