Clifton Webb

Clifton Webb

Performer
  • Also known as: Webb Parmalee Hollenbeck
  • Born: Nov 11, 1889 in Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Death: Oct 13, 1966 in Beverly Hills, CA, USA

Roles (45)

Present Laughter Playbill - Oct 1947 Present Laughter (1946)
Opened Oct 29, 1946
  • as Garry Essendine (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg Blithe Spirit (1943)
Opened Sep 6, 1943
  • as Charles (Original)
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Blithe Spirit Playbill - April 1942 Blithe Spirit (1941)
Opened Nov 5, 1941
  • as Charles (Original)
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The Importance of Being Earnest Playbill - February 1939 The Importance of Being Earnest (1939)
Opened Jan 12, 1939
  • as John Worthing, J.P. (Original)
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You Never Know Playbill - Oct 1938 You Never Know (1938)
Opened Sep 21, 1938
  • as Gaston (Original)
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And Stars Remain Playbill - Oct 1936 And Stars Remain (1936)
Opened Oct 12, 1936
  • as Overton Morrell (Original)
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<i>As Thousands Cheer</i> Playbill - December 1933 As Thousands Cheer (1933)
Opened Sep 30, 1933
  • as Mons. Peppiton (Original)
  • as Mahatma Gandhi (Original)
  • as John D. Rockefeller, Sr. (Original)
  • as Henry Perlmutter (Original)
  • as Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (Original)
  • as "Our Wedding Day" Singer (Original)
  • as "Not For All the Rice in China" Singer (Original)
  • as "How's Chances?" Singer (Original)
  • as "Her Easter Bonnet" Singer (Original)
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Flying Colors Playbill - Sept 1932 Flying Colors (1932)
Opened Sep 15, 1932
  • as "A Rainy Day" Performer (Original)
  • as "All's Well" Performer (Original)
  • as "Day After Day" Performer (Original)
  • as Dr. Eric Trevelyan (Original)
  • as "Sister Act" Performer (Original)
  • as "On the American Plan" Performer (Original)
  • as "My Heart Is Part Of You" Performer (Original)
  • as "Mein Kleine Akrobat" Performer (Original)
  • as "Louisiana Hayride" Performer (Original)
  • as "Day After Day" Performer (Original)
  • as "Alone Together" Performer (Original)
  • as "Pedro Se Casa Esta Noche" Performer (Replacement)
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Three's a Crowd Playbill - Jan 1931 Three's a Crowd (1930)
Opened Oct 15, 1930
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