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  • (1980s) TV commercial: Sang the Löwenbräu Beer jingle, "Let it be Lowenbrau"
  • (1983) Stage: Starred (as "George") in the original Broadway production of "La Cage Aux Folles". The musical ran for 1761 performances. Barry was nominated for a Tony Award.
  • (1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Falke") in "Rosalinda" on Broadway. Musical/operetta. Music by Johann Strauss. American book by John Meehan Jr. and Gottfried Reinhardt. Adapted from the version of "Die Fledermaus" by Max Reinhardt. Lyrics by Paul Kerby. Costume Design by Ladislas Czettel. Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Directed by Felix Brentano. 44th Street Theatre (moved to The Imperial Theatre from 24 May 1943-2 Oct 1943, then moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 4 Oct 1943-13 Nov 1943, then moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 15 Nov 1943-close): 28 Oct 1942-22 Jan 1944 (611 performances). Cast: Nina Allen, Thelma Altman, Betty Baker, Xenia Bank, Nancy Baskerville, Marden Bate, Jeanne Beauvais, Lillian C. Bennett, Paul Best, Edward Bigelow, Betty Billings, Herbert Bliss, Todd Bolender, Diana Corday, Douglas Coudy, Anne Dawson, William Dollar, Mary Ellen (as "Premier Danseuse"), Jean Faust, Camille Fischelli, Edwin Fowler, Jack Gansaert, David Goldstein, Harold Gordon, William Hearne, Joyce Hill, Phyllis Hill, Julia Horvarth, Oscar Karlweis, Alfred Kunz, Lillian Lanese, Lawrence Lieberman, 'Jose Limon' (as "Premier Dancer"), Virginia MacWatters, Lucy Marshall, Frances McCann (as "Ensemble" / "Rosalinda Von Eisenstein" [Matinee performances only]), Ernest McChesney (as "Gabriel Von Eisenstein"), Jean Merrill (as "Rosalinda Von Eisenstein"), Alfred D. Morgan, Joan O'Neill, Sonya Orlova, Yvonne Patterson, Dorothy Ramsey, Betty Lou Reed, Elise Reiman, Simon Sadoff, Dorothy Sarnoff (as "Rosalinda Von Eisenstein"), Loretta Schere, Benjamin Siegel, Louis Simon, Leonard Stocker, Yvonne Tibor, Robert Tower, Bernard Tunisse, George V. Vincent, Everett West, Joan Wheatley, Jane Whyte, Anna Wiman (as "Ballet Dancer"), Alan Winston, Shelley Winters (as Fifi"). Produced by Lodewick Vroom.
  • (1943) Stage: Appeared in the revival of "The Merry Widow" on Broadway. Also in cast: David Wayne. The show ran for 322 performances.
  • (1962) Stage: Appeared in "The Perfect Setup" on Broadway. Also in cast: Angie Dickinson, Jan Sterling. The show ran for five performances.
  • (1950) Stage: Appeared (as "A Good Humor Man", "Announcer", "Laszlo", "The Publisher") in "Bless You All" on Broadway. Revue. The show ran for 84 performances.
  • (1950) Stage: Appeared in "Happy as Larry" on Broadway. Also in cast: Burgess Meredith. Show ran for two performances.
  • (1946) Stage: Starred in of "The Would-Be Gentleman" on Broadway. The play ran for 77 performances.
  • (1944) Stage: Appeared (as "Lt. Bunin") in "Catherine Was Great" on Broadway. Written by Mae West. Choreographed by Margaret Sande. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Royale Theatre on 2 Dec 1944 to close): 2 Aug 1944-13 Jan 1945 (191 performances). Cast: Reginald Allen (as "Usher"), George Anderson (as "Guard"), Joel Ashley (as "Cpl. Joe" / "Prince Potemkin"), Frank Baxter (as "Vanya"), Albert Bayne (as "Councillor"), Carl Bensen (as "Soldier"), Michael Bey (as "Ivan VI"), Harry Bodin (as "Innkeeper"), Ray Bourbon (as "Florian"), Gerry Brent (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Jack Burke (as "Soldier"), Eden Burrows (as "Guard"), John Colby (as "Soldier"), Owen Coll (as "Ambassador Choiseul"), Elinor Counts (as "Varvara"), Boyd de Brossard (as "Soldier"), Don De Leo (as "Ambassador Murad Pasha"; Broadway debut), Edna Eckert (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Dick Ellis (as "Usher"), Victor Finney (as "Semyonev" / "Chamberlain"), Antony Fortune (as "Soldier"), John Frederick (as "Guard"), Charles K. Gerrard (as "Count Panin"), Don Gibson (as "Capt. Danilov"), Coburn Goodwin (as "Count Nikolai Mirovich"), Milton Gordon (as "Soldier"), Eddy Grove, Leon Hamilton (as "Maurice"), Charles Hart (as "Councillor"), Bern Hoffman(as "Pugacheff"), Phillip Huston (as "Greg" / "Gregory Orloff"), Philip Cary Jones (as "Capt. Dronsky"), Hubert Long (as "Jim" / "Alexis Orloff"), Jerry Lucas (as "Guard"), Dayton Lummis (as "Chechkofski"), William Malone (as "Adm. Semechkin"), Joseph R. Mann (as "Councillor"), Michael Mauree (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Buddy Millard (as "Page Boy"), Dickie Millard (as "Page Boy"), Robert G. Morse (as "Councillor"), Mila Niemi (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), John Parrish (as "Marshal Suvorov"), Gloria Pierre (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Mary Reid (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), William Skelton (as "Soldier"), Carl Specht (as "Soldier"), Richard Spohr (as "Guard"), Michael Spreder (as "Chamberlain"), Ramond Stenzi (as "Guard"), John Stephen (as "Chief Chamberlain"), Frank Stevens (as "Councillor"), Robert Strauss (as "Mike"; final Broadway role), Mischa Tonken (as "Roy"), Lester Towne (as "Chimneysweep"), William Tubbs (as "Councillor"), Henry Vincent (as "English Ambassador"), Mae West. Produced by Mike Todd.
  • (2005) Interviewed in "Earth vs. the Sci-Fi Filmmakers" by Tom Weaver (McFarland).
  • Stage: Appeared in "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" on Broadway.
  • Stage: Appeared (as "Richard Nixon") in "Watergate: The Musical" on Broadway.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Fiddler on the Roof".
  • Album: "Gene Barry Sings of Love and Other Things" (RCA)
  • (10/9/58) Guested on "The Frank Parker Show" other guests included Guy Lombardo, Marie Windsor and Cliff Robertson.
  • (Summer 1967) He acted in Michael Stewart's musical, "Bye Bye Birdie," in a Kenley Players production at the Packard Music Hall Theatre in Warren; the Veterans Memorial Theatre in Columbus and Memorial Hall in Dayton, Ohio with Totie Fields in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.
  • (January 12, 1951) Guest on the daytime CBS talk show "Fashion Magic" hosted by Ilka Chase, other guests were Betty Osola and Kiviette.

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