Made film debut in a small role in "Out of a Clear Sky"
Stage acting debut in "Forbidden"
Simultaneously appeared in two Eugene O'Neill plays in NYC, "Bound East for Cardiff" and "Desire Under the Elms"
London stage debut, "Coquette"
Film acting debut in "Liliom"
Signed contract with RKO
First major film work, and first leading role in films, as D'Artagnan in an RKO adaptation of "The Three Musketeers"
Co-starred in "Fury"
Had one of his best screen roles in Mitchell Leisen's "Arise My Love"
Worked primarily for Paramount Pictures
Concentrated on stage and television work for a time after his work in such films as "That Lady in Ermine"
Resumed more regular work in films for the next five years beginning with "Island in the Sky" and "So This Is Love"
Was one of the hosts, along with Dennis O'Keefe, of the NBC-TV suspense drama anthology series, "Suspicion"
Again returned to film work briefly in the mid-60s
First TV-movie, "The Man Without a Country" (ABC)
Last Broadway appearance, "Saturday, Sunday, Monday"
Final New York stage acting role alongside Meryl Streep and Mandy Patinkin in a revival of "Trelawny of the 'Wells'" staged at Lincoln Center
Final feature role, supporting Nick Nolte and Katharine Hepburn in "Grace Quigley/The Ultimate Solution of Grace Quigley" (released in 1985)