No. Title, US production run Company,

producer

Director,

playwright

Scott's role Leading man Costars
1 Rain (Off-Broadway 1942 run) 52nd Street Theatre Company John Colton (playwright) Sadie Thompson
2 Hellzapoppin (National tour 1940–1942 run) John Olsen and Harold Johnson (playwrights) Elizabeth Scott Billy House Eddie Garr
3 The Skin of Our Teeth (Broadway 1942–1943 run) Michael Myerberg (producer) Elia Kazan, Thornton Wilder Girl/Drum Majorette, Sabina Fredric March Tallulah Bankhead,

Montgomery Clift, E. G. Marshall

4 The Skin of Our Teeth (Boston 1943 run) Michael Myerberg Thornton Wilder Sabina
5 Anna Lucasta (Princeton, New Jersey 1949 run) Philip Yordan (playwright) Anna Lucasta
6 Anna Lucasta (East Hartford, Connecticut 1949 run) Philip Yordan Anna Lucasta
No. US release Year Title Role Studio,

producer

Director,

screenwriter

Scott's role Leading man Costars Notes
1 1945 You Came Along*[1] Ivy Hotchkiss Paramount,

Hal Wallis

John Farrow, Ayn Rand Ivy "Hotcha" Hotchkiss Robert Cummings Don DeFore,

Charles Drake, Helen Forrest, Kim Hunter

2 1946 The Strange Love of Martha Ivers*[2] Toni Marachek Hal Wallis Productions/

Paramount, Hal Wallis

Lewis Milestone, Robert Rossen Antonia "Toni" Marachek Van Heflin Barbara Stanwyck,

Kirk Douglas

3 1947 Dead Reckoning [3][4] 'Dusty' Chandler Columbia,

Sidney Biddell

John Cromwell, Steve Fisher Coral "Dusty" Chandler Humphrey Bogart Morris Carnovsky,

William Prince, Marvin Miller

4 1947 Desert Fury[5][6] Paula Haller Paramount,

Hal Wallis

Lewis Allen, Robert Rossen Paula Haller John Hodiak Burt Lancaster,

Mary Astor, Wendell Corey, Kristine Miller

5 1947 Variety Girl[7][8] Lizabeth Scott Paramount,

Daniel Dare

George Marshall, Monte Brice Herself Burt Lancaster Mary Hatcher,

Olga San Juan

6 1947 I Walk Alone[9][10] Kay Lawrence Paramount,

Hal Wallis

Byron Haskin, Charles Schnee Kay Lawrence Burt Lancaster Kirk Douglas,

Kristine Miller, Wendell Corey

7 1948 Pitfall*[11] Mona Stevens United Artists,

Samuel Bischoff

Andre DeToth,

Karl Kamb

Mona Stevens Dick Powell Jane Wyatt,

Raymond Burr, Byron Barr, Ann Doran

8 1949 Too Late for Tears*[12] Jane Palmer United Artists,

Hunt Stromberg

Byron Haskin,

Roy Huggins

Jane Palmer Don DeFore Dan Duryea,

Arthur Kennedy, Kristine Miller

9 1949 Easy Living[13][14] Liza Wilson RKO,

Robert Sparks

Jacques Tourneur,

Irwin Shaw

Liza "Lize" Wilson Victor Mature Lucille Ball,

Sonny Tufts, Lloyd Nolan, Jack Paar

10 1950 Paid in Full*[15] Jane Langley Paramount,

Hal Wallis

William Dieterle,

Robert Blees

Jane Langley Robert Cummings Diana Lynn,

Eve Arden, Ray Collins

11 1950 Dark City[16][17] Fran Garland Paramount,

Hal Wallis

William Dieterle,

John Meredyth Lucas

Fran Garland Charlton Heston Viveca Lindfors,

Dean Jagger, Don DeFore, Jack Webb, Harry Morgan

12 1951 The Company She Keeps[18][19] Joan Willburn RKO,

John Houseman

John Cromwell,

Ketti Frings

Joan Willburn Dennis O'Keefe Jane Greer,

Fay Baker, John Hoyt

13 1951 Two of a Kind[20][21] Brandy Kirby Columbia,

William Dozier

Henry Levin, Lawrence Kimble Brandy Kirby Edmond O'Brien Terry Moore,

Alexander Knox, Griff Barnett

14 1951 The Racket[22][23] Irene Hayes RKO,

Edmund Grainger

John Cromwell,

William Wister Haines

Irene Hayes Robert Mitchum Robert Ryan,

Ray Collins, William Talman, Joyce Mackenzie, Robert Conrad

15 1951 Red Mountain[24][25] Chris Paramount,

Hal Wallis

William Dieterle,

George W. George

Chris Alan Ladd Arthur Kennedy,

John Ireland, Jeff Corey, Neville Brand

16 1952 Stolen Face[26][27] Alice Brent / Lily Conover Hammer/Lippert,

Anthony Hinds

Terence Fisher,

Martin Berkeley

Alice Brent/

Lily Conover (after surgery)

Paul Henreid André Morell,

Mary Mackenzie

17 1953 Scared Stiff[28][29] Mary Carroll Paramount,

Hal Wallis

George Marshall, Herbert Baker Mary Carroll Dean Martin Jerry Lewis,

Carmen Miranda

18 1953 Bad for Each Other[30][31] Helen Curtis Columbia,

William Fadiman

Irving Rapper, Irving Wallace Helen Curtis Charlton Heston Dianne Foster,

Mildred Dunnock, Ray Collins

19 1954 Silver Lode[32][33] Rose Evans RKO,

Benedict Bogeaus

Allan Dwan, Karen DeWolf Rose Evans John Payne Dan Duryea,

Dolores Moran, Alan Hale Jr., Stuart Whitman

20 1956 The Weapon[34][35] Elsa Jenner Periclean Productions,

Irving H. Levin

Val Guest, Fred Freiberger Elsa Jenner Steve Cochran Jon Whiteley,

Herbert Marshall George Cole

21 1957 Loving You[36][37] Glenda Markle Paramount,

Hal Wallis

Hal Kanter, Herbert Baker Glenda Markle Elvis Presley Wendell Corey,

Dolores Hart

22 1972 Pulp[38][39] Betty Cippola United Artists,

Michael Klinger

Mike Hodges(both) Princess Betty Cippola Michael Caine Mickey Rooney,

Lionel Stander, Nadia Cassini

(final film role)
No. Title, US release year Studio,

producer

Director,

script-writer

Scott's

role

Leading

man

Costars
1 Lux Radio Theatre"You Came Along"

(January 7, 1946)[40]

CBS Fred MacKaye,

Robert Smith

Ivy "Hotcha" Hotchkiss Van Johnson Don DeFore,

Colleen Collins, Jeff Corey, Betty Bryan

2 Molle Mystery Theatre"Female Of The Species"

(June 7, 1946)[40]

NBC Irene Winslow (script-writer) Eva Lester
3 Family Theater"The Perfect Wife"

(November 13, 1947)[41]

Family Theater Productions James Fee

(script-writer)

Herself (hostess/

narrator)

Ralph Morgan Spring Byington
4 Proudly We Hail"The Triumphant Road"

(1948)[40]

US Army/

Air Force

Eddie Skrivanek (director)
5 The Screen Guild Theater"Desert Fury"

(January 12, 1948)[40]

CBS,

Bill Lawrence

Bill Lawrence

(director)

Paula Haller John Hodiak Burt Lancaster,

Mary Astor, Wendall Corey

6 Lux Radio Theatre"The Perfect Marriage"

(December 4, 1948)[42]

CBS Jenny Williams Ray Milland
7 Lux Radio Theatre"I Walk Alone"

(May 24, 1948)[40]

CBS Kay Lawrence Burt Lancaster Kirk Douglas,

Wendell Corey

8 Lux Radio Theatre"Pitfall"

(November 8, 1948)

CBS Mona Stevens Dick Powell Jane Wyatt
9 Radio City Playhouse"Machine"

(August 18, 1949)[43]

NBC,

Richard P. McDonough

Harry W. Junkin (director and script-writer) Mary Hillman
10 Lux Radio Theatre"Saigon"

(September 5, 1949)[42]

CBS Susan Cleaver John Lund
11 Lux Radio Theatre"California"

(January 30, 1950)[42]

CBS Lily Bishop Ray Milland
12 Stars Over Hollywood"Night Operator"

(March 29, 1952)[40]

CBS Paul Pierce (director) Laurie Ann McCrae Harry Bartell Verna Felton,

Don Diamond, Louise Arthur, Sidney Miller

13 Stars In The Air"The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers"

(April 17, 1952)[40]

CBS Harry Cronman (director, script-writer) Martha Ivers Dan Duryea Joseph Kearns,

Herb Vigran, Bob Sweeney

14 Guest Star"The Coward"

(March 20, 1955)[41]

US Treasury Department Louis Graf (director) John Larch Dick Beals,

Frank Nelson

No. Title, US release year Studio,

producer

Director,

screen- writer

Scott's

role

Leading

man

Costars
1 Family Theater"The Denver Express"

(August 31, 1949)*

St. Paul Films Herself

(hostess, narrator)

Regis Toomey
2 The Colgate Comedy Hour(October 19, 1952)* NBC, Colgate Palmolive Edward Sobel;

John Grant, Elwood Ullman

Herself

(and characters in sketches)

Abbott and Costello Gisele MacKenzieThe Four Pipers,

Les Dassie, Sid Fields, Dudley Dickerson, Milt Bronson, Bobby Barber

3 Lux Video Theatre"Amo, Amas, Amat"

(December 1, 1952)*

J. Walter Thompson Agency,

Cal Kuhl

Richard Goode,

Anne Howard Bailey

Margaret Bailey Ralph Meeker Oliver Thorndike
4 Lux Video Theatre"Make Believe Bride"

(June 11, 1953)*

J. Walter Thompson Agency,

Cal Kuhl

Howard Loeb,

Anne Howard Bailey

Betsy Don DeFore Glenn Anders
5 Studio 57"I'll Always Love You, Natalie"

(December 12, 1955)[44]

Revue Productions Lawrence Kimble[45](screenwriter) Clara Townsley[45] Patric Knowles William Roerick,

Edward Platt, Ed Reimers

6 The 20th Century Fox Hour"Overnight Haul"

(May 16, 1956)[46]

20th Century Fox Television,

Peter Packer

Jules Bricken, Leonard Freeman Frances Fowler Richard Conte Richard Eyer
7 Adventures in Paradise"The Amazon"

(March 21, 1960)[47]

20th Century Fox Television,

Richard Goldstone

Joseph Lejtes, William Froug Carla MacKinley Gardner McKay Claude Akins,

Tom Drake

8 Burke's Law"Who Killed Cable Roberts?"

(October 4, 1963)[48]

Four Star,

Aaron Spelling

Jeffrey Hayden,

Gwen Bagni

Mona Roberts Gene Barry Paul Lynde,

Mary Astor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, John Saxon

9 The Third Man"The Luck of Harry Lime"

(August 27, 1965)*

20th Century Fox Television,

John Llewellyn Moxey

Paul Henreid,

Gene Wang

Diane Masters Michael Rennie Jonathan Harris,

Willis Bouchey

Titles in the public domain.* See cites for copyright renewal dates.

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