Borgnine made his Broadway debut as the hospital attendant in Harvey in 1949, followed by the role of Nelson in Mrs. McThing in 1952. His very first stage role was for Virginia's Barter Theatre production of State of the Union, which led to him to the role of the Gentleman Caller in Barter's production of The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams.
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