Bobby Clark

Bobby Clark

Director
  • Born: Jun 16, 1888 in Chicago, Illinois
  • Death: Feb 12, 1960 in New York, NY, USA

Roles (49)

Michael Todd's Peep Show Playbill - June 1950 Michael Todd's Peep Show (1950)
Opened Jun 28, 1950
  • Book
  • Director
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As the Girls Go Playbill - April 1949 As the Girls Go (1948)
Opened Nov 13, 1948
  • as Waldo Wellington (Original)
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Sweethearts Playbill - Feb 1947 Sweethearts (1947)
Opened Jan 21, 1947
  • as Mikel Mikeloviz (Original)
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The Would-Be Gentleman Playbill - Jan 1946 The Would-be Gentleman (1946)
Opened Jan 9, 1946
  • as M. Jourdain (Original)
  • Adaptation
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Mexican Hayride Playbill - Opening Night Mexican Hayride (1944)
Opened Jan 28, 1944
  • as Joe Bascom (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg Star and Garter (1942)
Opened Jun 24, 1942
  • as The Candy Butcher (Original)
  • as Patient (Original)
  • as Judge Gabby (Original)
  • as Andrew (Original)
  • as A Miner (Original)
  • as "Robert the Roue" Singer (Original)
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The Rivals Playbill - Feb 1942 The Rivals (1942)
Opened Jan 14, 1942
  • as Bob Acres (Original)
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All Men Are Alike Playbill - October 1941 All Men Are Alike (1941)
Opened Oct 6, 1941
  • as Wilmer Popday (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg Love for Love (1940)
Opened Jun 3, 1940
  • as Ben (Original)
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Streets of Paris Playbill - June 1939 The Streets of Paris (1939)
Opened Jun 19, 1939
  • as Warden (Original)
  • as Photographer (Original)
  • as Mr. Prout (Original)
  • as Mr. Migglesworth (Original)
  • as Michael (Original)
  • as Marie's Father (Original)
  • as Man (Original)
  • as Armand (Original)
  • as "The French Have a Word for It" Featured Performer (Original)
  • as "Robert the Roue" Performer (Original)
  • as "Is It Possible?" Singer (Original)
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