Walter Matthau | Credits

  • Juno and the Peacock, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles (1974)
  • The Odd Couple, Plymouth Theater, New York (1965)
  • My Mother, My Father and Me, Plymouth Theater, New York (1963)
  • A Shot in the Dark, Booth Theater, New York (1961)
  • Once There Was a Russian, Music Box Theatre, new York (1961)
  • Once More, With Feeling, National Theatre, New York (1958)
  • Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter, Belasco Theatre, New York (1955)
  • The Wisteria Trees, City Center Theatre, New York (1955)
  • Guys and Dolls, City Center Theatre, New York (1955)
  • The Burning Glass, Longacre Theatre, New York (1954)
  • The Ladies of the Corridor, Longacre Theatre, New York (1953)
  • The Grey-Eyed People, Martin Beck Theatre, New York (1952)
  • In Any Language, Cort Theatre, New York (1952)
  • One Bright Day, Royale Theatre, New York (1952)
  • Fancy Meeting You Again, Royale Theatre, New York (1952)
  • Twilight Walk, Fulton Theatre, New York (1951)
  • The Liar, Broadhurst Theatre, New York (1950)
  • Season in the Sun, Cort Theatre, New York (1950)
  • Anne of the Thousand Days, Shubert Theatre, New York (1948)
  • Making Life Beautiful (1999)
  • Biography: “Neil Simon: The People’s Playwright” (1999)
  • A&E Biography: Walter Matthau (1999)
  • Intimate Portrait: Lea Thompson (1998)
  • An American master’s Special: Billy Wilder, The Human Comedy (1998)
  • Private Screening: Lemmon and Matthau (1998)
  • The GI Bill: The Law That Changed America (1997)
  • Biography: Jack Lemmon: America’ Everyman (1996)
  • The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies (1995)
  • The First Annual Comedy Hall of Hame (1993)
  • Elvis: His Life and Times (1993)
  • What is The Thing Called Love? The Barbara Walters Special (1993)
  • A Menace Called Dennis (1993)
  • Laurel and Hardy: A Tribute to the Boys (1992)
  • Beyond “JFK”: The Question of Conspiracy (1992)
  • The Secrets of Dick Smith (1991)
  • Reflections on the Silver Screen with Professor Richard Brown (1990)
  • American Master: “Neil Simon: Just for Laughs”