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William Archibald

Performer, Writer, Lyricist, Composer
( b. Mar 07, 1917 Trinidad, BRITISH WEST INDIES - d. Dec 27, 1970 New York, New York, USA ) Male


Productions Date of Productions
The Innocents
[Play, Revival]
  • Written by William Archibald
Oct 21, 1976 - Oct 30, 1976
Portrait of a Lady
[Play, Drama, Original]
  • Written by William Archibald
Dec 21, 1954 - Dec 25, 1954
The Innocents
[Play, Drama, Original]
  • Written by William Archibald
  • Original ballads by William Archibald
Feb 01, 1950 - Jun 03, 1950
Carib Song
[Musical, Original]
  • Book by William Archibald
  • Lyrics by William Archibald
Sep 27, 1945 - Oct 27, 1945
Concert Varieties
[Musical, Vaudeville, Original]
  • Performer: William Archibald
Jun 01, 1945 - Jun 28, 1945
Laffing Room Only
[Musical, Revue, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: William Archibald ["Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer, The Sailor, "Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Dancer, McCoy Son, The Hollywood Producer]
Dec 23, 1944 - Jul 14, 1945
All in Fun
[Musical, Revue, Original]
  • Performer: William Archibald ["That Man and Woman Thing" Dancer, Faun, "Macumba" Dancer, "That Man and Woman Thing" Singer]
Dec 27, 1940 - Dec 28, 1940
Two For The Show
[Musical, Revue, Original]
  • Performer: William Archibald [Visitor, Calypso Joe, Assistant Director, "Danse Macabre" Dancer, Tailor, "At Last It's Love" Dancer, "Good Night, Miss Astor" Singer]
Feb 08, 1940 - May 25, 1940
One For the Money
[Musical, Revue, Original]
  • Performer: William Archibald [Friend, Newsboy, Ensemble, Mr. Harris, First Officer, Reporter, Western Union Boy]
Feb 04, 1939 - May 27, 1939
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