Performers A-B

all shows run 30 minutes each unless otherwise noted

ABBOTT, BUD & COSTELLO, LOU
      Charlie McCarthy Show w/ J. Garland.  NBC 6/21/42
      Command Performance (#9) w.S. Temple, M. Tilton, F. Brice AFRS WWII
      Command Performance (#34) w/ C. Grant, Spike Jones.  AFRS WWII
      Command Performance (#206) w/ Jo Stafford, J. Mercer.  AFRS WWII
      GI Journal  (#61) w/ J. Hutton, J. Wyman.  AFRS WWII
      Lux Radio Theatre “Buck Privates” w/ B. Rubin.  CBS 10/13/41 (1 hr.)
    
ABEL, WALTER
     Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Julius Caesar” w/ C. Rains, T. Mitchell,
R. Denny.  CBS 7/26/37 (1 hr.)
     Federal Theatre Special  w/ P. Morison, G. Dickson, R. Bellamy, G.
Sondergard, J. Cagney, D. Powell, L. Barrymore, H. Fonda, R. Benchley, H.
Herbert, J. Blondell, A. Jolson.  NBC 6/26/39
     Gulf Screen Guild Theater “No Time For Comedy” w/ N. Shearer, M. Astor.
CBS 2/9/41
     Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Phantom Lady” w/ R. Bellamy, L.
Albritton, D. Bruce. CBS 9/11/44
     Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Laura” w/ D. Andrews, G. Tierney, D.
Bruce.  CBS 8/20/45
     Royal Gelatin Hour  w/ R. Vallee, Bergen & McCarthy, J. Anderson. NBC
3/14/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
     Suspense “Quiet Desperation” CBS 8/7/47 (shaky opening)
     Texaco Star Theatre w/ K. Murray, F. Langford, S. Carol.  (W.A. & L.
Rainer in “Romance”) CBS 1/3/40
       (1 hr.) (light cross-talk)
     Theatre Guild “Strange Interlude² part 2 w/ L. Fontanne.  ABC 4/7/46 (1
hr.)
     Theatre Guild ³No Time for Comedy” w/ F. March, F. Eldridge  ABC 3/9/47
(1 hr.)
     Theatre Guild “The Green Goddess” w/ R. Colman, A. Louise.  ABC
10/20/46 (no closing) (1 hr.)
   
ADAMS, JULIE
     Lux Radio Theatre “My Man Godfrey” w/ J. Chandler.  NBC 11/9/54 (1 hr.)

AGAR, JOHN
     The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Brice, G. Marx, E. Pinza. NBC 11/12/50
(90 minutes)      

AHERNE, BRIAN
     Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Henry IV” w/ W. Huston, H. Bogart, M.
Whitty, W. Connolly.  CBS
       8/23/37 (1 hr.)
     Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Waterloo Bridge” w/ J. Fontaine.  CBS
1/12/41
     Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Rebecca” w/ J. Fontaine.  CBS 5/31/43
     Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
       “Quality Street” w/ R. Chatterton.  9/14/36
       “Peg o’ My Heart” w/ M. Davies.  11/29/37
       “Beloved Enemy” w/ M. Carroll, C.A. Smith.  12/27/37
       “Lives of a Bengal Lancer” w/ E. Flynn, J. Cooper.  4/10/39
       “Wuthering Heights” w/ B. Stanwyck, I. Lupino.  9/18/39
       “My Son, My Son” w/ M. Carroll, L. Hayward, J. Hutchinson.  3/11/40
       “Skylark” w/ C. Colbert, R. Milland.  2/2/42
       “Smilin’ Through” w/ J. MacDonald, G. Raymond.  1/5/42
       “Suspicion” w/ J. Fontaine, N. Bruce.  5/4/42
       “A Woman’s Face” w/ I. Lupino, C. Veidt.  11/2/42
       “Once Upon a Honeymoon” w/ C. Colbert, L. Cregar.  4/12/43
       “My Sister Eileen” w/ R. Russell, J. Blair.  7/5/43
       “Ladies in Retirement” w/ I. Lupino, M. Whitty.  9/27/43
       “Phantom Lady” w/ E. Raines, A. Curtis.  3/27/44
       “Barretts of Wimpole Street” w/ L. Young.  9/9/46
    “The Winslow Boy” w/R. Milland, D. McGuire AFRS 1/18/54 (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre  Brian Aherne as guest host (CBS, 1 hour each):
       “Disputed Passage” w/ A. Ladd, A. Tamiroff.  3/5/45
       “Devil & Miss Jones” w/ F. Morgan, L. Darnell.  3/12/45
    The Magic Key w/ E. Zimbalist.  (B.A., I. Claire, O. Perkins, C. Coburn
in “A School for Scandal”)  NBC
      3/29/36 (1 hr.) (rough opening & closing)
     Radio Hall of Fame w/ Deems Taylor, P. Whiteman, M. Raye. Blue Network
2/6/44 (1 hr.)
     Royal Gelatin Hour (Rudy Vallee) w/Bergen & McCarthy, E. Barrett NBC
1/28/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
    A Tribute to Their Majesties (all-star; see LAWRENCE, GERTURDE for cast)
NBC 6/11/39 (1 hr.)

ALBERNI, LUIS
     Gulf Screen Guild Show “Bridge of Mercy” w/ P. Muni, J. Hutchinson, L.
Atwill.  CBS 3/5/39
     Lux Radio Theatre “Tonight or Never” w/ J. MacDonald.  CBS 1/25/37 (1
hr.)

ALBERT, EDDIE
       Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Arsenic & Old Lace” w/ B. Karloff.
CBS 11/25/46
    Rudy Vallee Show  w/Margo NBC 2/11/47

ALBERTSON, FRANK
      Lux Radio Theatre “Bachelor Mother” w/ G. Rogers, F. March.  CBS
1/22/40 (1 hr.)

ALBRITTON, LOUISE
     Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Phantom Lady” w/ R. Bellamy, W. Abel,
D. Bruce. CBS 9/11/44

ALDA, ROBERT
     Family Theatre “A Star For Helen” w/ G. Kibbee.  (R.A. is host)  MBS
5/22/47
     Lux Radio Theatre “April Showers” w/ D. Lamour.  CBS 5/16/49 (1 hr.)
     Theatre of Romance “42nd Street” CBS 10/23/45
     Theatre of Romance “The Hard Way” w/ I. Lupino.  CBS 3/19/46

ALDEN, MARI
     Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” (all-star cast) CBS 9/24/51 (1
hr.)

ALLEN, BARBARA JO (Vera Vague)
     Birdseye Open House (w/ D. Shore.  NBC, 30 minutes each):
       T. Bey.  5/24/45
       C. Romero.  9/27/45
       Jack Carson.  10/18/45
       H. Hopper.  10/25/45
       G. Marx.  ll/8/45
       G. Marx.  11/22/45
       C. Laughton.  1/3/46
     GI Journal (#108) w/ R. Young, A. Rutherford.  AFRS WWII
     Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Jessel, K. Baker.  Blue Network 2/11/45 (1
hr.)
     Rudy Vallee Show w/ L. Barrymore.  NBC 1/9/41 (dress rehearsal)
      
ALLEN, FRED (guest appearances only; see also The Fred Allen Show)
     The Big Show (w/ T. Bankhead.  NBC, 90 minutes each):
       w/ J. Durante, E. Merman.  11/5/50 (premiere)
       w/ E. Wynn, J. Carson, E. Gardner.  11/26/50
       w/ P. Silvers, D. Fairbanks, Jr. 12/3/50
       w/ E. Cantor, P. Munsel.  1/21/51
       w/ R. Cummings, L. Day, L. Durocher.  2/4/51
       w/ J. Carson, E. Wynn, B. Lillie.  2/18/51
       w/ C. Brook, E. Merman, M. Truman.  3/4/51
       w/ E. Cantor, E. Fitzgerald. 3/18/51
       w/ J. Davis, J. Holliday, D. King.  4/22/51
       w/ G. Marx, G. Rogers, G. Jessel.  5/6/51
    w/ V. Leigh, L. Olivier, G. Sanders.  9/30/51 from England (first 55
min. of 90 min. show only)
     The Billion Dollar Show  30th anniersary of 1st radio commercial.
8/22/52
     Charlie McCarthy Show w/ P. Hoffa. NBC 9/30/45
     Charlie McCarthy Show  NBC 10/21/45
     Command Performance (#4) w/K. Baker, H. Youngman, M. Carroll, G.
Swarthout AFRS WWII (good minus)
     Command Performance (#139) w/ R. Vallee, F. Sinatra, M. Livingstone, G.
DeHaven.  AFRS WWII
     Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special  w/ B. Hope (mc), J. Benny, K.
Kyser, D. Lamour, D. Kaye,
    J. Garland, D. Shore, G. Simms, J. Colonna, Spike Jones, F. Langford, J.
Durante, W.C. Fields, S. Tracy.
    AFRS 12/25/44 (c.2 hr. 15 min.)
     Conversation  (C. Fadiman) w/ G. Seldes.  3/22/56
     Duffy’s Tavern  CBS 1/4/44 (due to orig. engineering error, opening of
another show is heard)
     Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/R. Benchley, J.C. Thomas CBS 11/19/39
     Information Please (NBC):
       10/17/41
       2/15/43
       12/25/44
       2/12/45
     The Jack Benny Program (NBC except as noted; 30 minutes each):
       1/2/38
       3/27/38 w/ K. Smith, R. Ripley.
       12/27/42 6th Anniversary of “Bee” feud.
    10/1/44
       10/29/44
       1/27/46 Winners of “I Can’t Stand Jack Benny” contest announced.
       5/25/47 w/ J. Paar.
       6/27/48
       4/26/53 “Recalling Vaudeville Days”  CBS
     Linit Bath Club Revue 12/25/32
     Linit Bath Club Revue 1/33
     Living, 1949 “The State of American Humor” NBC 1949
     Mail Call (#104) w/ R. Vallee, F. Sinatra.  AFRS WWII
     New York Closeup (J. Falkenberg) 11/24/54 (1 hour)
     Off the Cuff  (F.A. & John Royal discuss vaudeville & Fred’s book)
3/19/56 (unedited session; 50 min.)
     Philco Radio Time w/ Bing Crosby, Joe Venuti.  ABC 6/2/48
     Post Show excerpt w/ G. Marx. (10 minutes)
   &nnbsp; Radio Hall of Fame w/ R.E. Johnson.  parts 2 & 4 (of 4) (30 mins.) Blue
Network 12/26/43
     Rudy Vallee Drene Show  w/S. Temple NBC 11/9/44 (multiple skips during
final few minutes)
     Screen Director’s Playhouse “It’s in the Bag” NBC 2/17/50
     Theatre Guild “Rip Van Winkle” ABC 12/26/48 (1 hr.)

ALLYSON, JUNE
    Command Performance (#131) w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, D. Haymes.  AFRS
WWII
    Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, J. Mercer, J. Russell.  AFRS WWII
     Edgar Bergen Show CBS 2/28/54
     Hallmark Playhouse “Kitty Foyle” CBS 4/21/49
     Lux Radio Theatre “Presenting Lily Mars” w/V. Heflin AFRS 3/11/46 (1
hour)
     Lux Radio Theatre “Little Women” w/ M. O’Brien, P. Lawford.  CBS
3/13/50 (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “The Girl in White” AFRS 5/18/54 (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “Because of You” w/ J. Chandler.  AFRS 11/2/54 (1
hr.)
     Mail Call (#129) w/ D. Thomas, Ozzie & Harriet.  AFRS WWII
     Screen Director’s Playhouse “Music for Millions” NBC 4/10/49

AMECHE, DON (see also program listing for CHASE & SANBORN HOUR)
     Cavalcade of America “The Peanut Vendor” NBC 4/17/47
     Charlie McCarthy Show  NBC 12/3/44
     Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 10/5/47
     Don Ameche Show w/ M. O’Hara.  6/24/46 (audition)
     Elgin 2-hour Xmas Party  w/ G. Simms, J. Benny, Rochester, Burns &
Allen, C. Miranda, B. Hope,
       B. Crosby, V. Vague.  (D.A. is mc)  CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
     Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Winter in Paris” w/ M. O’Sullivan, W.
William.  CBS 3/3/40
     Kraft Music Hall (D.A. is host) w/ J. Bennett.  NBC 10/23/41 (1 hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each)
       “A Free Soul” w/ G. Rogers, C. Winninger.  11/1/37
       “Dangerous” w/ M. Carroll, H. Angel.  4/25/38
       “Bordertown” w/ J. Bennett, C. Trevor.  7/3/39
       “Midnight” w/ C. Colbert.  5/20/40
       “Manhattan Melodrama” w/ M. Loy, W. Powell.  9/9/40
       “Vivacious Lady” w/ A. Faye.  1/6/41
       “The Shop Around the Corner” w/ C. Colbert.  6/23/41 (good-minus
quality)
       “Unfinished Business” w/ I. Dunne.  10/6/41
       “The Strawberry Blonde” w/ R. Hayworth, V. Bruce.  3/23/42
       “The Magnificent Dope” w/ H. Fonda, L. Bari.  9/28/42
       “Heaven Can Wait” w/ M. O’Hara.  10/11/43
     “The Happy Land” w/ F. Dee, W. Brennan.  4/10/44
       “It Happened Tomorrow” w/ A. Baxter.  7/3/44
       “Lucky Partners” w/ L. Ball. 9/25/44
       “Magnificent Obsession” w/ C. Colbert.  11/13/44
       “Alexander Graham Bell” w/ J. Duprez.  (dress rehearsal) 5/14/45
       “Guest Wife” w/ O. de Havilland, D. Foran.  12/10/45
     Spike Jones Show “This is Your FBAida” CBS 7/25/49
     Spotlight Revue 6/25/48
     Theatre of Romance “Random Harvest”  CBS 3/5/46

AMES, LEON
     Suspense “An Evening’s Diversion”  CBS 7/4/46

AMOS N ANDY (Guest appearances only; send SASE for Amos N Andy Show listing)
     Bob Hope Show (E. Cantor, guest host) w/ R. Skelton, Fibber McGee &
Molly. NBC 11/18/47
      (slightly muddy sound)
     Command Peformance (#150) w/ L. Darnell, M. Tilton.  AFRS WWII
     Jack Benny Program w/ Dunninger.  NBC 11/5/44
     Jack Benny Program CBS 1/2/49 (lst for CBS)
     Jack Benny Program w/ E. Bergen, R. Skelton.  CBS 9/25/49
     Jack Benny Program CBS 12/10/50
     The Magic Key  w/ P. Whiteman, W. Disney (1st show).  NBC 9/29/35 (1
hr.)
     Texaco Star Theatre  (F. Allen)  CBS 5/7/41 (1 hr.)
     Victory Theatre w/ V. Moore, E. Arnold.  CBS 8/26/42

ANDERSON, EDDIE “ROCHESTER’ (See also Jack Benny Program)
     Elgin 2-hour Xmas Party  (see D. Ameche for cast)  CBS 12/25/44 (2
hrs.)
     Mail Call (#135) w/ J. Benny, C. Colbert, P. Goddard.  AFRS WWII
     Jubilee (#129) w/ King Cole Trio, B. Bigard.  AFRS  c. 1946
     Savings Bond Show (all-star; see E. Arnold for cast)  Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)

ANDERSON, JUDITH
     Lux Radio Theatre “Mary of Scotland” w/ J. Crawford, F. Tone.  CBS
5/10/37 (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “Rebecca” w/ R. Colman, I. Lupino.  CBS 2/3/41 (no opening) (1 hr.)
     Royal Gelatin Hour w/ R. Vallee, Bergen & McCarthy, W. Abel.  NBC
3/14/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
     Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)
     Theatre Guild “The Old Maid” w/ H. Menken, E. Winwood.  ABC 12/15/46 (1 hour)
     Theatre Guild “Macbeth” w/ M. Evans, E. Sloane.  ABC 5/11/47 (1 hour)
    A Tribute to Their Majesties (all-star; see LAWRENCE, GERTRUDE for cast)
NBC 6/11/39 (1 hour)
    
ANDERSON, MARION
     Bell Telephone Hour AFRS #48 c. 1944
     Bell Telephone Hour AFRS #57 c. 1944
     The Magic Key  w/ M. Downey, J. Hilton Orchestra.  NBC 2/2/36 (1 hr.)

ANDREWS, DANA
     Cavalcade of America “That Skipper from Stonington” w/ A. Louise.  NBC
4/7/47
     Hallmark Playhouse “Father Flanagan of Boy’s Town”  CBS 12/29/49
     Hallmark Playhouse “John Hancock” CBS 12/13/51
     Hollywood Fights Back! w/ F. March, M. Loy, D. Fairbanks, Jr., R.
Hayworth, F. Eldridge, L. Bacall,
       A. Revere, L. McAllister, B. Lancaster, D. Kaye, E. Keyes, P.
Henreid, J. Havoc, G. Marx, K. Wynn, H.
       Bogart, J. Huston, M. Hunt, H. Hatfield, P. Lorre, B. Ives, G.
Brooks, J. Wyatt, V. Brown, G. Kelly, G.S.
       Kaufman, M. Hart, R. Rogers, L. Bernstein, B. Cerf, C. Fadiman, G.
Peck, D. McGuire.  ABC 11/2/47
    I Was a Communist for the F.B.I. (syndicated, 1952-53, 30 minutes each):
         Pgm. #1 “I Walk Alone”
         Pgm. #23 “Jump to the Whip”
         Pgm. #24 “Pennies from the Dead”
         Pgm. #51 “The Brass Monkey”
         Pgm. #52 “Forged Faces”
     Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Laura” w/ G. Tierney, D. Bruce, C.
Webb. CBS 8/20/45
     Lux Radio Theatre “Laura” w/ G. Tierney, V. Price, O. Kruger.  CBS
2/5/45 (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “Daisy Kenyon” w/ I. Lupino. CBS  4/5/48  (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “Deep Waters” w/ D. Reed. CBS  9/12/49  (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “My Six Convicts” AFRS 10/20/52  (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “Strangers on a Train” w/ R. Cummings, V. Mayo. (no
opening) AFRS 4/12/54  (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “The Blue Gardenia” AFRS 11/30/54 (1 hr.)
     Lux Radio Theatre “The War of the Worlds” w/ P. Crowley.  AFRS 2/8/55
(1 hr.)
     Lux Summer Theatre “One Foot in Heaven” w/ S. Forrest.  AFRS 7/27/53
(1 hr.)
     Screen Director¹s Playhouse “Best Years of Our Lives” NBC 4/17/49
     Screen Director’s Playhouse “No Minor Vices” w/ L. Jourdan. NBC 2/22/51
(1 hr.)
     Suspense “Two Birds With One Stone” CBS 5/17/45
     Suspense “If the Dead Could Talk” CBS 1/20/49
     Suspense “The Crowd” CBS 9/21/50
     
ANDREWS SISTERS, THE
    Andrews Sisters Show (CBS, 30 minutes each):
         w/Xavier Cugat 12/5/45
         w/George Jessel 12/12/45
         w/Ray Noble 12/19/45
         w/Al Pearce 1/9/46
         w/Eddy Duchin 1/23/46
         w/Hoagy Carmichael 1/30/46
         w/The Charioteers 2/20/46
         w/Gene Austin 2/27/46
      Bing Crosby Show w/ Nat King Cole.  CBS 2/28/51
    Command Performance (#154) w/ B. Hope, B. Crosby, L. Bacall.  AFRS WWII
      Command Performance (#159) w/ F. Morgan, F. Sinatra.  AFRS WWII
    Command Performance (#200) w/ Durante & Moore.  AFRS WWII
     Command Performance (#202) w/ C. Holm, J. Durante, G. Moore)  AFRS WWII
      Command Performance  “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” w/ B. Crosby, B. Hope, D.
Shore,H. Von Zell, F. Morgan, C.
         Daley, J. Garland, J. Durante, F. Sinatra, J. Colonna.  AFRS
2/15/45 (1 hr.)
      Command Performance  Xmas Special  w/ all-star cast  AFRS 2/25/48 (2
hrs.)
      GI Journal (#74) w/ B. Hope, D. Lamour, L. Parsons.  AFRS WWII
        Mail Call (#120) w/ B. Crosby, Garry Moore.  AFRS WWI
      Mail Call (#136) w/ N. Eddy, J. Lester, C. Daley.  AFRS WWII
    Philco Radio Time  (B. Crosby)  w/ L. Paul.  AFRS 2/26/47
    Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Fields, I. Chase, D. Thomas.  Blue Network
3/5/44 (1 hr.)
    Radio Hall of Fame w/ A. Knox, G. Fitzgerald, E. Wynn, K. Wynn.  Blue
Network  10/1/44 (1 hr.)
    Roma Wine Show (M. Astor, C. Ruggles, M. Auer) NBC 10/14/43
    Roma Wine Show (M. Astor, C. Ruggles, M. Auer) NBC 11/18/43
    Stars on Parade (#537)  Synd. c.1953 (15 min.)
    Texaco Star Theatre (Fred Allen) w/ C. Laughton.  CBS 10/4/42
    Whatever Became of (Patty Andrews) 11/30/71 (hollow sound)

ANGEL, HEATHER
    Lux Radio Theatre “Dangerous” w/ M. Carroll, D. Ameche.  CBS 4/25/38 (1
hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre “Cardinal Richelieu” w/ G. & F. Arliss, C. Romero, M.
Love, D. Dumbrille. 1/23/39 (1         hr)
    Lux Radio Theatre “A Tale of Two Cities” w/ R. Colman.  AFRS 3/18/46 (1
hr.)
    Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/R. Forbes, J. Penner CBS 9/7/35 (1 hour)
    Suspense “Mr. Markham, Antique Dealer” w/P. Lukas CBS 5/11/43
    Suspense ”Night Must Fall” w/ R. Montgomery, M. Whitty.  CBS 3/27/48 (1
hr.)

ANGELUS, MURIEL
    Good News of 1940 w/ R. Colman, I. Lupino.  NBC 2/8/40 (1 hr.)

ANNABELLA
    Lux Radio Theatre “Rage of Manhattan” w/ T. Power.  CBS 11/18/40 (1 hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre “Blood and Sand” w/ T. Power.  CBS 10/21/41 (1 hr.)

ARDEN, EVE (guest appearances; see also Our Miss Brooks )
    Academy Awards  P. Douglas (mc) (commentary by E.A. & R. Reagan) ABC
3/25/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
    Lux Radio Theatre “Stage Door” w/ G. Rogers, R. Russell, A. Menjou.  CBS
2/20/39 (1 hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre “The Show-Off” w/ H. Peary, CBS 2/1/43 (1 hr.) (E.A.
appears in commercial)
    Lux Radio Theatre ”She Knew All the Answers” w/ J. Bennett, P. Foster.
CBS 1/11/43 (1 hr.)
    Sealtest Village Store w/ J. Haley, V. Price.  3/20/47
    Sealtest Village Store w/ J. Carson.  NBC 10/16/47
    Suspense ³The Well-Dressed Corpse²  CBS 1/18/51

ARDEN, TONI
    Bing Crosby Show  CBS 4/25/54

ARLEN, RICHARD
    Cavalcade of America “U-Boat Prisoner” NBC 12/27/43
    Lux Radio Theatre “Cappy Ricks” w/ C. Winninger, S. Eilers.  CBS 3/1/37
(1 hr.)

ARLISS, GEORGE
    Lux Radio Theatre “Disraeli” w/ F. Arliss, P. Patterson. CBS 1/17/38 (1
hr.) (clipped opening)
    Lux Radio Theatre “The Man Who Played God” w/ F. Arliss, D. Costello.
CBS 3/21/38 (1 hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre “Cardinal Richelieu” w/ F. Arliss, C. Romero, H.
Angel, M. Love. CBS 1/23/39 (1 hr.)

ARMETTA, HENRY
    Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) w/ L. Howard, J. Louis.  NBC 6/27/35 (no
commercials) (1 hr.)

ARMSTRONG, LOUIS
    The Big Show  (T. Bankhead) w/ B. Hope, Martin & Lewis, D. Kerr.  NBC
12/17/50 (90 minutes)
    Bing Crosby Show  ABC 4/11/51
    Bing Crosby Show  ABC 4/25/51
    Damon Runyon Memorial Concert (L.A. & His Orchestra:  J. Teagarden,
B.Bigard, E. Hines, et. al.)  ABC
          12/11/48
    Jack Benny Program NBC 5/9/43
      New Orleans (Film) promotional program (L.A. & the All-Stars:   B.
Hackett, P. Hucko, J. Teagarden, et. al.)
          NBC 6/19/47

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT
    Fleischman Hour  w/ R. Vallee, L. Lee, M. Berle.  NBC 8/9/34 (fair-good
quality) (1 hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre “Is Zat So?” w/ J. Cagney.  CBS 9/7/36 (1 hr.)

ARNAZ, DESI
    Duffy¹s Tavern  AFRS (#203) 9//12/43
    Eddie Cantor Show  w/L. Ball NBC 4/28/43
    Suspense “Early to Death”” w/L. Ball CBS 4/12/51 (some surface noise)
       Suspense “Red-Headed Woman” w/L. Ball CBS 11/17/49

ARNOLD, EDDY
    The Big Show w/ T. Bankhead, E. Cantor, O. deHavilland. NBC 4/15/51 (90
minutes)
    Stars for Defense (#26)  Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)

ARNOLD, EDWARD (see also Good News of 1940  & Mr. President )
    America Calling  (see L. Barrymore for cast)  NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
    America’s Salute to President Roosevelt on His Birthday (all-star cast)
(4 networks) 1/30/43 (1 hr.)
    Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ C. Gable, V. Johnson,
W. Pidgeon, B. Donlevy,
      J. Hodiak. NBC 12/1/49
    Cavalcade of America “All That Money Can Buy”  w/ W. Huston, A. Shirley.
NBC 10/20/41
    Cavalcade of America “Fat Girl” NBC 5/10/43
    Cavalcade of America “12 Desperate Hours”  NBC 11/15/43
    Chase & Sanborn Hour (NBC, l hour each; all shows w/ E.A. as moderator,
w/ E. Bergen & C. McCarthy)
      w/ S. Tracy, D. Lamour.  7/24/38
      w/ F. Bainter.  7/31/38
      w/ E. Logan, R. Cromwell, K. Lockhart, N. Eddy.  8/14/38
      w/ R. Bellamy, N. Eddy, D. Lamour.  8/28/38
    Command Performance (#160) w/ B. Crosby, J. Carson, C. Miranda, G.
DeHaven.  AFRS WWII
    Gulf Screen Guild Theater  “Going My Way” w/ J. Stewart,L. Young.  CBS
11/5/39
    Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ J. Benny, C. Colbert, B. Rathbone, E.
Lubitsch.  CBS 10/20/40
    Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ Fibber McGee & Molly, J. Bennett, G.
Cooper, F. Langford.  CBS 3/9/41
    Hallmark Playhouse “Autobiography of Will Rogers”  w/ W. Rogers, Jr.
CBS 2/23/50
    Hallmark Playhouse “Thunder Shower” CBS 11/16/52
    Homage to George Gershwin w/ D. Shore, B. Crosby.  NBC 7/4/42 (1 hr.)
    I Am an American Panegyric  NBC 6/12/39
    Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 3/20/41 (clipped opening) (1 hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each)
      “Come and Get It” w/ A. Shirley, W. Brennan, L. Ayres.  11/15/37
      “The Boss” w/ F. Wray, H.B. Warner.  3/14/38
      “Dark Victory” w/ B. Stanwyck, H. Fonda.  4/4/38 (E.A. is guest host)
      “Mary Burns, Fugitive” w/ M. Hopkins, H. Fonda.  4/11/38  (E.A. is
guest host)
      “The Return of Peter Grimm” w/L. Barrymore, M. O¹Sullivan.  2/13/39
      “Silver Dollar” w/ A. Louise, M. Rambeau.  4/3/39
      “You Can’t Take It With You” w/ W. Connolly, F. Wray.  10/2/39
      “Lillian Russell” w/ A. Faye, V. Mature.  10/21/40
      “5th Avenue Girl” w/ G. Rogers, J. Howard.  12/16/40
      “Johnny Apollo” w/ B. Meredith, D. Lamour.  2/17/41
      “Lady From Cheyenne” w/ L. Young, R. Preston.  6/16/41
      “The War Against Mrs. Hadley” w/ F. Bainter, V. Johnson.  12/7/42
      “Three Wise Fools” w/ M. O¹Brien, L. Barrymore, L. Stone.  9/1/47
      “All My Sons” w/ B. Lancaster.  5/1/50
    Mutual-Don Lee Dedicatory Pgm. Mutual 12/30/36 (90 mins.)
    Opening Broadcast of KITO, San Bernardino, CA  ABC 11/9/47
    Request Performance w/R. Vallee, C. Daley, J. Colonna NBC 2/24/46
    Savings Bond Show  A. Ladd (mc) w/ B. Hope, B. Crosby, I. Dunne, L.
Barrymore, Jo Stafford, A. Jolson,
      R. Rogers, F. Waring, E.G. Robinson, J. Benny, E. Anderson, F.
Sinatra, E. Williams, G. Kelly,
      B. Garrett, J. Munchin, R. Skelton, Pres. Harry S. Truman.  Synd. 1949
(1 hr.)
    Suspense “Account Payable” CBS 10/13/49
    Theatre of Romance “The Messiah” CBS 12/25/45
    Victory Theatre “Amos n Andy” w/ V. Moore.  CBS 8/26/42
    We Hold These Truths! (by Norman Corwin) w/ W. Brennan, B. Burns, W.
Huston, M. Main, E.G. Robinson,
        J. Stewart, R. Vallee, O. Welles, President F.D. Roosevelt.  CBS,
NBC, MBS 12/14/41 (1 hr.)

ARTHUR, JEAN
    Calvacade of America “Journey Among the Lost”  NBC 3/7/49
    Calvacade of America “Petticoat Jury”  NBC 5/20/46
    Charlie McCarthy Show  AFRS 9/5/43
    Lux Radio Theatre  (CBS, 1 hour each)
      “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town” w/ G. Cooper.  2/1/37
      “Only Angels Have Wings” w/ C. Grant, R. Barthelmess, T. Mitchell, R.
Hayworth, A. Ladd.  5/29/39
      “Only Angels Have Wings” dress rehearsal of above, c. 5/29/39
      “The Plainsman” w/ F. March, J. Fontaine.  5/31/37
      “Remember the Night” w/ F. MacMurray, B. Bondi.  12/22/41
      “Talk of the Town” w/ R. Colman, C. Grant.  5/17/43
    Mail Call (#6)  w/ H. Hilliard, L. Horne, R. Skelton.  AFRS
    Royal Gelatin Hour w/ R. Vallee, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 2/18/37 (no
commercials) (1 hr.)

ASTAIRE, ADELE
    The Magic Key  w/ Pickens Sisters.  NBC 1/12/36 (1 hr.)

ASTAIRE, FRED
    Bing Crosby Show  ABC 2/6/52
    Bing Crosby Show  w/ T. Brewer.  ABC
    Burns and Allen Show NBC 2/15/44
    Packard Hour  w/ C. Butterworth, J. Green Orchestra.  NBC 9/15/36 (1
hr.) (no commercials)
    Packard Hour  w/ C. Butterworth, J. Green Orchestra.  NBC 9/22/36 (1
hr.) (no commercials)
    Packard Hour  w/ C. Butterworth, J. Green Orchestra.  NBC 11/3/36 (1
hr.) (no commercials)
    Packard Hour  w/ C. Butterworth, J. Green Orhcestra.  NBC 1/26/37 (1
hr.) (no commercials)
    Philco Radio Time (Bing Crosby) w/ Peggy Lee.  ABC 4/7/48
    Screen Director’s Playhouse  “The Sky¹s the Limit”  NBC 4/24/49

ASTOR, MARY
    Academy Award  “The Maltese Falcon” w/ H. Bogart, S. Greenstreet.  CBS
7/3/46
    Campbell Playhouse  “The Hurricane” w/ O. Welles.  CBS 5/5/39 (1 hr.)
    Gulf Screen Guild Theater  “No Time for Comedy” w/ N. Shearer, W. Abel.
CBS 2/9/41
    Hollywood Startime  “Murder, My Sweet” w/ D. Powell.  ABC 6/8/46
    Lady Esther Screen Guild Players  “The Barbary Coast” w/ C. Bickford.
CBS 6/24/46
    Lady Esther Screen Guild Players  “The Maltese Falcon” w/ H. Bogart, S.
Greenstreet, P. Lorre.  9/20/43
    Lux Radio Theatre  (CBS, 1 hour each)
      “Mary Burns, Fugitive” w/ M. Hopkins, H. Fonda. CBS 4/11/38
      “Bullets or Ballots” w/ E.G. Robinson, H. Bogart.  4/17/39 (dress
rehearsal)
      “Cynthia” w/ E. Taylor, G. Murphy.  6/23/47
      “The Great Lie” w/ L. Young, G. Brent.  3/2/42
      “These Three” w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, A. Kruger.  12/6/37
      “Trade Winds” w/ E. Flynn, J. Bennett, R. Bellamy.  3/4/40
    Radio Hall of Fame w/ C. Boswell, B. Goodman, W. Gargan.  Blue Network
5/7/44 (1 hr.)

ATWILL, LIONEL
    Gulf Screen Guild Show “Bridge of Mercy” w/ P. Muni, J. Hutchinson, L.
Alberni.  CBS 3/5/39
    Lux Radio Theatre “The Song of Songs” w/ M. Dietrich, D. Fairbanks, Jr.,
P. deCordoba.  12/20/37 (1              hr.)

AUER, MISCHA
    Command Performance w/ M. Raye, L. Horne, J. Carson, J. Wyman, R.
Stevens, AFRS WWII
    Command Performance (#210) w/ B. Kay, T. Dorsey, C. Romero.  AFRS WWII
    Forecast “Mischa, the Magnificent”  CBS 7/21/41
    Gulf Screen Guild Show  w/ B. Burke, J. Oakie, J. Colonna.  CBS 5/14/39
    Kraft Music Hall  (B. Crosby)  w/ M. O’Sullivan.  NBC 3/3/38 (1 hr.)
    Roma Wine Show (M. Astor, C. Ruggles, Andrews Sisters) NBC 10/14/43
    Roma Wine Show (M. Astor, C. Ruggles, Andrews Sisters) NBC 11/18/43
    Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/E. Blore, H. Hopper NBC 11/18/37 (no
commercials) (1 hour)

AUMONT, JEAN PIERRE
    Hallmark Playhouse “Singing in the Wilderness” CBS 1/24/52
    Hallmark Playhouse “Marquis de Lafayette” CBS 5/15/52

AUSTIN, GENE
    Park Avenue Penners (Joe Penner)  CBS 12/16/36
    Radio Hall of Fame  w/ T. Brenneman, C. Miranda, J. Durante.  Blue
Network 1/21/45 (1 hr.)
    Andrews Sisters Show CBS 2/27/46

AUTRY, GENE
    Academy Awards  P. Douglas (mc) (G.A. sings nominated song) ABC 3/23/50
(1 hr. 40 min.)
    Command Performance  Xmas Special  w/ all-star cast.  AFRS 12/25/48 (2
hrs.)
    Command Performance (#18) w/W. Powell, J. Garland, G. Jessel, M. Tilton
AFRS WWII
    Gulf Screen Guild Theater  w/ E. Cantor, J. Blondell.  CBS 12/31/39
    Hollywood Calling (#15) (George Fisher) w/ M. Carey, J. Dru, R. Carlson.
Synd. c.1950
    Lux Radio Theatre “The Cowboy & the Lady” w/ M. Oberon.  CBS 1/20/41 (1
hr.)

AVON COMEDY FOUR
    30 Minutes in Hollywood  w/ G. Jessel, Smith & Dale.  Mutual 2/27/38

AYRES, AGNES
    Lux Radio Theatre “One Sunday Afternoon”  w/ J. Oakie, H. Twelvetrees.
(A.A. is intermission guest)  CBS
         8/24/36 (1 hr.)

AYRES, LEW
    Camel Screen Guild Players  “The Dark Mirror” w/ L. Young.  CBS 2/2/48
    Edgar Bergan Hour (Jack Kirkwood, Gary Crosby) CBS 1/1/56 (L.A.
discusses world religions) (1 hour)
    Good News of 1939  w/ L. Barrymore, E. Powell.  NBC 10/13/38 (1 hr.)
    Good News of 1939  w/ L. Barrymore, G. Murphy, M. O¹Sullivan.  NBC
11/3/38 (1 hr.)
    Good News of 1939  w/ R. Young, J. Crawford, J. Stewart.  NBC 3/2/39  (1
hr.)
    Gulf Screen Guild Show “None Shall Part Us” w/ R. Colman, J. Crawford.
CBS 10/15/39
    Hallmark Playhouse “Smilin’ Through” CBS 2/10/49
    Hallmark Playhouse “A Letter to Mr. Priest” CBS 11/17/49
    Hallmark Playhouse “”The Story of Johnny Appleseed” CBS 5/31/51
    Lux Radio Theatre  “Come and Get It”  w/ E. Arnold,  A. Shirley, W.
Brennan.  CBS 11/15/37  (1 hr.)
    Lux Radio Theatre  “Maisie Was a Lady”  w/ A. Sothern, M. O¹Sullivan, H.
Stephenson. 11/24/41 (1 hr.)

all shows run 30 minutes each unless otherwise noted

BACALL, LAUREN
Bing Crosby Show w/ H. Bogart. ABC 2/13/52
Command Performance (#154) w/ B. Hope, B. Crosby, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII
Hollywood Fights Back! w/ C. Boyer, J. Garland, Ge. Kelly, J. Cotten, P. Lorre, J. Havoc, J. Huston, D.
Kaye, M. Hunt, C. Wilde, M. Douglas, R. Conte, E. Keyes, B. Lancaster, P. Henried, W. Holden, R.Ryan,
F.Eldridge, M. Loy, R. Young, L. Ball, V. Heflin, H. Morgan, K. Wynn, H. Bogart, J. Beal, E.G. Robinson,
P. Goddard, N. Corwin, A. Murphy, W. Wyler, F. March, J. Garfield, D. Taylor, A. Shaw, A. MacLeish,
V. Price. ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Jack Benny Program w/ H. Bogart. NBC 1/5/47
Lux Radio Theatre “To Have and Have Not” w/ H. Bogart. CBS 10/14/46 (1 hr.)

BACKUS, JIM
Great Talent Hunt J.B. is mc MBS 4/6/48
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Great Lover” w/ B. Hope, R. Fleming. NBC 3/22/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Pages from a Diary” w/ Henry Backus. CBS 8/19/62

BAILEY, MILDRED
Harry Richman Show (#20 & 21) Synd. 1936-37 (30 min. total)

BAILEY, PEARL
Command Performance (#146) w/ F. Waring, L. Prima, K. Smith. AFRS WWII
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (c. 3 hrs.)

BAINTER, FAY
Campbell Playhouse “Dodsworth” w/ O. Welles. CBS 11/26/39 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “Woman’s Emancipation” CBS 11/13/35
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ E. Arnold, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 7/31/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Arkansas Traveler” w/ B. Burns, J. Parker, D. Moore. 1/30/39
“White Banners” w/ L. Stone, J. Cooper. 6/12/39
“Our Town” w/ F. Craven, W. Holden, M. Scott, T. Mitchell, B. Bondi, G. Kibbee, S. Erwin. 5/6/40
“War Against Mrs. Hadley” w/ E. Arnold, J. Rogers, V. Johnson. 12/7/42
“Salute to the Marines” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery. 1/8/43
“Abe Lincoln in Illinois” w/ R. Massey, O. Kruger. 4/22/46
“The Glass Menagerie” w/ J. Wyman, F. Lovejoy. AFRS 3/8/54
Suspense “Life Ends at Midnight” w/ R. Morgan. CBS 2/17/44
Suspense “The Lucky Lady” CBS 2/14/46
Suspense “Life Ends at Midnight” CBS 5/4/48
Theatre Guild “Ladies in Retirement” w/ E. Winwood. ABC 3/30/47

BAKER, JOSEPHINE
Fleischman Hour (Rudy Vallee) w/ M. Boland. 10/31/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

BAKER, KENNY (See also Jack Benny Program and Texaco Star Theatre w/ Fred Allen)
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 6/8/44
Family Theatre “Blessed Are They” w/ M. O’Brien. K.B. is host. MBS 12/22/48
Mail Call (#188) w/ G. Marx, K. Grayson. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Marx, Benny Baker. Blue Network 3/12/44 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre w/ A. Menjou, U. Merkel, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, J. Barrymore, N. Beery. CBS
10/12/38 (1 hr.)

BAKER, PHIL
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) F. Allen, E. Cantor. NBC 3/18/51 (90 minutes)
Duffy’s Tavern (syndicated re-broadcast/ orig. c. 1950) (c. 26 min.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 1/16/38
Jack Benny Program w/ B. Goodman Orchestra. NBC 1/10/43

BALL, LUCILLE
Campbell Playhouse “Dinner at Eight” w/ O. Welles, M. Rambeau, H. Hopper. CBS 2/18/40 (1 hr.)
Charlie McCarthy Show AFRS c. 1944
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
GI Journal (#53) w/ J.E. Brown, C. Daley. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#59) w/ J.E. Brown, C. Daley, C. Haines. AFRS WWII
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Jimmy Durante Show NBC 10/29/47

Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 10/7/43
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 12/9/43 (1st half only; 15 minutes)
Kraft Music Hall (Al Jolson) NBC 1/22/48
Lux Radio Theatre “Lucky Partners” w/ D. Ameche. CBS 9/25/44 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Fancy Pants” w/ B. Hope. CBS 9/10/51 (1 hr.)
My Favorite Husband w/ R. Denning. AFRS re-broadcasts c. 1950 (c. 26 min. @)
“Marriage License Error” “George & Liz Do a Stage Act”
“Liz Takes Piano Lessons” “A New Neighbor”
“George’s Mother” “Liz and Iris Study Football”
“Liz Has a Part in a Play” “Liz Learns to Swim”
“Liz Tries to Stop Exaggerating” “Liz Takes Singing Lessons”
“Liz Goes to Business School” “Liz and Iris Play Baseball”
“Liz Promises to Stop Gossiping” “Liz & George Visit Their Neighbor”
“The Coopers Meet a Little Girl” “Liz Goes on a Time Schedule”
“Liz Finishes an Old Love Letter” “Locked in the Attic”
“George’s New Secretary” “Liz Goes to Night School”
“George & Mr. Atterbury Take Dancing Lessons”
“Liz Elected Treasurer of the Woman’s Club”
“George Mixes Liz’s and His Mother’s Birthdays”
My Favorite Husband CBS 1/13/51
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac CBS 3/8/44
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Her Husband’s Affairs” NBC 5/22/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Miss Grant Takes Richmond” NBC 5/19/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “A Foreign Affair” w/ M. Dietrich, J. Lund. NBC 3/1/51 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Bachelor Mother” w/ R. Cummings. NBC 3/8/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Dime a Dance” CBS 1/13/44
Suspense “The Ten Grand” CBS 6/22/44
Suspense “ A Shroud for Sarah” CBS 10/25/45
Suspense “A Little Piece of Rope” CBS 10/14/48
Suspense “Red-Headed Woman” w/ D. Arnaz. CBS 11/17/49
Suspense “Early to Death” w/ D. Arnaz. CBS 4/12/51 (some surface noise)

BANKHEAD, TALLULAH (Send SASE for The Big Show listing)
Fred Allen Show “Breakfast Broadcast” 10/27/46
Mail Call (#115) w/ D. Kaye, E. Smith, Pied Pipers. AFRS
Mail Call (#328) w/ F. Gifford, Bergen & McCarthy, G. Simms. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame (F. Lovejoy) Blue 1/16/44 (parts 2 & 4 of 4)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ F. Brice. NBC 6/17/37 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Lifeboat” w/ J. Chandler. NBC 11/16/50 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Dark Victory” w/ D. Brian. NBC 2/15/51 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Humoresque” w/ S. Cochran. MNC 4/19/51 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “All About Eve” NBC 11/16/52 (1 hr.)

BARA, THEDA
Lux Radio Theatre “The Thin Man” w/ W. Powell, M. Loy, M. Gombell. (T.B. is intermission guest) CBS
6/8/36 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre w/ K. Murray, F. Langford, L. Gish. CBS 11/8/39 (1 hr.)

BARBER, RED
Information, Please NBC 10/4/42

BARI, LYNN
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “Golden Boy” w/ J. Garfield. CBS 10/8/46
GI Journal (#53) w/ B. Crosby, P. Lorre. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#59) w/ B. Crosby, P. Lorre. AFRS WWII
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Weekend For Three” w/ D. O’Keefe, H. Von Zell. CBS 9/2/46
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“The Magnificent Dope” w/ H. Fonda, D. Ameche. CBS 9/28/42
“Each Dawn I Die” w/ G. Raft, F. Tone. CBS 3/22/43
“Grissley’s Millions” w/ P. O’Brien. CBS 3/19/45
“Sentimental Journey” w/ J. Payne. AFRS 9/23/46
“Crack Up” w/ P. O’Brien. CBS 12/30/46
“Somewhere in the Night” w/ J. Hodiak. AFRS 3/3/47
NBC University Theatre “The Marble Faun” NBC 3/20/49 (1 hr.)
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac w/ M. Tilton. CBS 6/28/44
Stars Over Hollywood “Third Mother” CBS 10/3/51
Suspense “Murder By an Expert” CBS 7/24/47

BARNES, BINNIE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal (all-star cast) Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “We Were Dancing” w/ R. Montgomery, A. Menjou. CBS 10/29/39
Jack Benny Program NBC 4/23/39

BARRAT, ROBERT
Lux Radio Theatre “Mayerling” w/ J. Gaynor, W. Powell. CBS 1/9/39 (1 hr.)

BARRIE, WENDY
Campbell Playhouse “Escape” w/ O. Welles. CBS 10/15/39 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “Dear Funny Face” NBC 8/30/43
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ Bergen & McCarthy, W.C.Fields, D. Ameche, N. Eddy. NBC 8/8/37 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Moment of Darkness” w/ P. Lorre. CBS 4/20/43

BARRIER, EDGAR
Crime Classics “The Seven Layered Arsenic Cake of Madame Lafarge” 10/14/53
Family Theatre “Providence & the Pathfinder” Syndicated c. 1950
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Algiers” w/ C. Boyer, H. Lamarr. 7/7/41
“All This and Heaven Too” w/ C. Boyer, B. Davis. 12/15/41 (only 50 minutes due to war situation)
“Phantom of the Opera” w/ N. Eddy, S. Foster, B. Rathbone. 9/13/43
“Casablanca” w/ H. Lamarr, A. Ladd, J. Loder. 1/24/44
“This Land is Mine” w/ C. Laughton, M. O’Sullivan. (dress rehearsal) 4/24/44
“This Land is Mine” w/ C. Laughton, M. O’Sullivan. 4/24/44
“Maytime” w/ J. MacDonald, N. Eddy. 9/4/44
Mercury Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“A Tale of Two Cities” w/ O. Welles. 7/25/38
“The Man Who Was Thursday” w/ O. Welles. 9/5/38
“The Man Who Was Thursday” dress rehearsal w/ added material (90 mins.)
“Around the World in 80 Days” w/ O. Welles. 10/23/38
“Heart of Darkness/Life With Father. w/ O. Welles. 11/6/38

BARRYMORE, ETHEL
The Big Show w/ B. Hope, G. Marx. NBC 4/1/51 (90 mins.)
Cavalcade of America “Anne Royall” NBC 2/20/40
Cavalcade of America “Listen to the People” NBC 7/5/43
Hallmark Playhouse “April the 25th, as Usual” CBS 2/16/50
Information, Please NBC 5/24/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Old Lady Shows Her Medals” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr., L. Barrymore.
CBS 10/7/46 (no opening)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Light in the Window” CBS 11/20/47
Suspense “To Find Help” w/ Ge. Kelly. CBS 1/6/49

BARRYMORE, JOHN (See also Vallee, Rudy–The Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show)
Streamlined Shakespeare (NBC, 30 min. each)
“MacBeth” 1937 (1950 rebroadcast)
“Hamlet” 1937 (1950 rebroadcast)
“Richard III” 1937 (no opening or closing)
“Twelfth Night” 1937 (no opening or closing)
Texaco Star Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each; J.B. is mc):
w/ U. Merkel, N. Sparks, M. Astor, A. Menjou, C. Ruggles, N. Beery. 10/12/38
w/ U. Merkel, N. Sparks, H. Marshall, A. Leeds. 11/30/38
w/ U. Merkel, N. Sparks, C. Ruggles. 12/7/38
w/ U. Merkel, N. Sparks, O. deHavilland. 12/14/38
w/ U. Merkel, N. Sparks, A. Menjou, F. Dee. 12/21/38
w/ U. Merkel, N. Sparks, C. Ruggles, M. Astor. 12/28/38

BARRYMORE, LIONEL (Send SASE for Mayor of the Town listing)
America Calling w/ P. Muni, R. Taylor, T. Martin, J. Garland, L. Stone, M. Rooney, F. Holden, C. Parker,
A. Rutherford, J. Cagney, P. O’Brien, E.G. Robinson, W. Connolly, E. Arnold, D. Crisp, W. Morris,
V. Weidler, J. Cooper, E. Fellows, M. Willson. NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.) (show runs over & recording ends
in middle of J. MacDonald singing ‘Star Spangled Banner’)
Cavalcade of America “Valley Forge” NBC 1/5/42
Cavalcade of America “The Man with Green Fingers” NBC 3/17/47
Campbell Playhouse “A Christmas Carol” w/ O. Welles. CBS 12/24/39 (1 hr.)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” w/ R. Colman, B. Crosby, R. Stevens, D. Shore, B. Davis,
J. Durante, J. Iturbi, M. Dietrich, G. Simms, F. Sinatra, R. Hayworth, Ernie “Bubbles” Whitman, I. Lupino,
G. Rogers, R. Hussey, C. Trevor, J. Falkenberg, G. Montgomery, J. Conte, D. Lewis, J. Blair, W. Powell,
H. Von Zell, L. Ball, The King Sisters, C. Grant, R. Montgomery, L. Horne, J. Mercer, E.G. Robinson,
O. Welles, H. Marshall, C. Miranda, C. Colbert, D. Kaye, Ed Gardner, G. Garson, M. Willson. AFRS
8/14/45 (2 hours)
Concert Hall (AFRS, 30 minutes each; L. Barrymore is host):
#58 w/ J. Hoffman.
#71 w/ Bartlett & Robinson, E. Pinza.
#72 w/ L. Pons, Wm. Primrose.
#100 w/ O. Levant.
#120 w/ N. Eddy, A. Rubinstein.
#129 w/ Blance Theobaum, Gregor Piagorsky. 1/6/47
#? w/ Bidu Sayao, J. Iturbi.
Encore Theatre “A Man to Remember” CBS 8/6/46
Federal Theatre Special (see W. Abel for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Good News of 1938/39 (NBC, 1 hour each; mc is Robert Taylor or Robert Young):
w/ R.T., U. Merkel, L.B. Mayer. 3/31/38
w/ R.Y., L. Ayres, E. Powell, A. Jones. 10/13/38
w/ R.Y., C. Gable, R. Johnson, M. Korjus. 10/27/38
w/ R.Y., L. Ayres, M. O’Sullivan, G. Murphy. 11/10/38
w/ R.Y., R. Owen, G. & K. Lockhart, A. Rutherford. 12/15/38
w/ R.Y., B. Bondi, B. Stern, D. McPhail. 12/29/38
w/ R.Y., K. Carlisle. 4/6/39
w/ R.Y., E. Cantor, R. Taylor, R. Montgomery, J. Crawford. 4/27/39
Hallmark Hall of Fame “The True Story of Tom Mix” (L.B. is host) CBS 1/3/54
Hallmark Playhouse “Captain January” w/ Luana Patterson. CBS 9/23/48
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) w/ E. Bracken. NBC 3/6/41 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Old Lady Shows Her Medals” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr., E. Barrymore.
CBS 10/7/46 (no opening)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Voice of Bugle Ann” w/ A. Shirley, P. Hall. 7/6/36 (clipped closing)
“Return of Peter Grimm” w/ M. O’Sullivan, E. Arnold. 2/13/39
“The Devil and Miss Jones” w/ L. Turner. 1/19/42
“A Man to Remember” w/ A. Louise, G. Ford. 5/18/42
“Captain January” w/ M. O’Brien. AFRS 2/18/46
“Three Wise Fools” w/ M. O’Brien, E. Arnold, L. Stone. 9/8/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each) L. Barrymore is guest host:
“Polly of the Circus” w/ L. Young, J. Gleason. 11/30/36 (L.B. is guest host)
“Christmas in July” w/ D. Powell, L. Darnell. 6/26/44 (dress rehearsal)
“Lady in the Dark” w/ G. Rogers, R. Milland. 1/29/45
“Laura” w/ D. Andrews, G. Tierney, V. Price, O. Kruger. 2/5/45
Rudy Vallee Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 5/1/41
Rudy Vallee Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 6/5/41 (dress rehearsal)
Rudy Vallee Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 8/21/41 (dress reheasal)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ C. Myers. NBC 8/17/35 (1 hr.)
Stars Over Hollywood “The Bridge” CBS 9/20/53

BARTHELMESS, RICHARD
Lux Radio Theatre “Only Angels Have Wings” w/ C. Grant, J. Arthur, T. Mitchell, R. Hayworth. CBS
5/29/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Only Angels Have Wings” (dress rehearsal of above) (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Day the Screen Screamed” 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Tycoons” 1959
Shell Chateau w/ A. Jolson, Dixie Lee. NBC 7/6/35 (1 hr.)

BARTHOLOMEW, FREDDIE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal (all-star cast) Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, J. Garland. NBC 4/14/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, E. Sullivan, M. Martin. NBC 6/16/38 (1 hr.)

BASEHART, RICHARD
Family Theatre “Story of Joyce Kilmer” w/ A. Totter. MBS 8/17/49
Lux Radio Theatre “The Corn is Green” w/ O. deHavilland. CBS 6/12/50 (1 hr.)

BASIE, COUNT
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/15/45 (c. 3 hrs.)

BATES, GRANVILLE
Lux Radio Theatre “A Man to Remember” w/ B. Burns, A. Louise. CBS 12/4/39 (1 hr.)

BAXTER, ALAN
Studio One “The Glass Key” w/ E. Landi. CBS 4/13/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Money Talks” CBS 7/4/47

BAXTER, ANNE
Cavalcade of America “Frontier Widow” NBC 4/28/47
Charlie McCarthy Show w/ K. Wynn. NBC 9/23/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Pied Piper” w/ F. Morgan, R. McDowell. 12/21/42
“Five Graves to Cairo” w/ F. Tone, O. Preminger. 12/13/43
“The Hard Way” w/ M. Hopkins, F. Tone, C. Morris. 3/20/44
“It Happened Tomorrow” w/ D. Ameche. 7/3/44
“Sunday Dinner for a Soldier” w/ J. Hodiak, C. Winninger. 2/19/45
“Guest in the House” w/ R. Young. 11/12/45
“Gentleman’s Agreement” w/ G. Peck. 9/20/48
“House of Strangers” w/ R. Conte, T. Gomez. AFRS 11/16/50 (clipped opening)
“A Ticket to Tomahawk” w/ D. Dailey. 6/4/51
“All About Eve” w/ B. Davis, R. Gardner, G. Merrill. 10/1/51
Lux Summer Theatre “The Affairs of Susan” AFRS 8/24/53 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Always Room at the Top” CBS 2/20/47
Suspense “The Death of Barbara Allen” CBS 10/20/52
Theatre of Romance “Angel Street” w/ V. Price, C. Hardwicke. CBS 10/9/45

BAXTER, WARNER
Lux Radio Theatre “Stand-In” w/ J. Bennett. CBS 4/7/41 (1 hr.)

BEAL, JOHN
Best Plays “Craig’s Wife” w/ Judith Evelyn. NBC 12/14/52 (1 hr.)
Family Theatre “Herbert Has Ideas” w/ Jack Smith. J.B. is host. MBS 12/8/48
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Lux Radio Theatre “Another Language” w/ B. Davis, F. MacMurray, M. Robson. CBS 5/17/37 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Deadline at Dawn” CBS 5/15/48 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ M. Sennett. (J.B. & J. Bennett in “The Patsy”)
CBS 12/13/39 (1 hr.)

BEAUMONT, KATHRYN
Lux Radio Theatre “Peter Pan” w/ B. Driscoll, J. Carradine. AFRS 12/21/53 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Peter Pan” w/ B. Driscoll, J. Carradine. CBS 12/21/53 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)

BEERY, NOAH, JR.
Lux Radio Theatre “Only Angels Have Wings” w/ C. Grant, J. Arthur, R. Barthelmess, T. Mitchell,
R. Hayworth. CBS 5/29/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Only Angels Have Wings” dress rehearsal (1 hr.)

BEERY, NOAH, SR.
Campbell Playhouse “Beau Geste” w/ O. Welles, L. Olivier. CBS 3/17/39 (1 hr.)
Fleischmann Hour (Rudy Vallee) w/ R. Pryor, P. Conklin. NBC 3/28/35 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Champ” w/ W. Beery, J. Hutchinson, B. Larson. 11/13/39
“Stablemates” w/ W. Beery, M. Rooney, F. Wray. 3/31/41
“The Champ” w/ W. Beery, J. Hutchinson, B. Larson. 6/29/42
“The Bugle Sounds” w/ W. Beery, M. Rambeau. 1/4/43
“Salute to the Marines” w/ W. Beery, F. Bainter. 11/8/43
Shell Chateau (N.B. is host) w/ H. Broderick, H. Hilliard, C. Morris. NBC 11/2/35 (1 hr.) (good minus)
Shell Chateau (N.B. is host) w/ J. Garland, P. Kelly, B. Tilden, A. Jones. NBC 11/16/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (N.B. is host) w/ D. Durbin, Tim & Irene, A. Jones, J. Cooper. NBC 12/28/35 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre w/ A. Menjou, U. Merkel, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, J. Barrymore. CBS 10/12/38 (1 hr.)

BEERY, WALLACE
Good News of 1938 w/ J. Stewart, M. Loy. NBC 12/30/37 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, J.E. Brown. NBC 10/6/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, A. Curtis, L. Day. NBC 3/23/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young. NBC 5/18/39 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “One Man Posse” CBS 2/20/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Plutocrat” w/ C.K. Young, C. Parker, E. Linden. 9/28/36
“The Champ” w/ J. Hutchinson, N. Beery, B. Larson. 11/13/39
“Stablemates” w/ M. Rooney, F. Wray, N. Beery. 3/31/41
“The Champ” w/ J. Hutchinson, N. Beery, B. Larson. 6/29/42
“The Bugle Sounds” w/ M. Rambeau, N. Beery. 1/4/43
“Salute to the Marines” w/ F. Bainter, N. Beery. CBS 11/8/43
“Bad Bascomb” w/ M. O’Brien. 3/1/48 (clipped opening)

BEL GEDDES, BARBARA
Theatre Guild “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” w/ F. March. AFRS 11/19/50 (1 hr.)

BELLAMY, RALPH
Baker’s Broadcast w/ Z. Pitts. NBC 11/7/37
Calvalcade of America (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“Giant in the Meadow” 8/24/42
“Flying Tigers” 1/25/43
“Short Cut to Tokyo” 8/9/43
“Wizards of Whiting” 10/17/50
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ E. Arnold, Bergen & McCarthy, D. Lamour. NBC 8/28/38 (1 hr.)
Federal Theatre Special (see W. Abel for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Awful Truth” w/ C. Lombard, Robt. Young. CBS 5/17/40
It Pays to Be Ignorant CBS 2/5/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Phantom Lady” w/ L. Albritton, W. Abel, D. Bruce. CBS 9/11/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Ceiling Zero” w/ J. Cagney, S. Erwin, B. Mallory, Jeanne Cagney. 2/27/39
“Sing You Sinners” w/ B. Crosby, J. Wells. 1/15/40
“Trade Winds” w/ E. Flynn, J. Bennett, M. Astor. 3/4/40
“The Awful Truth” w/ B. Hope, C. Bennett. 3/10/41
“The Fighting 69th” w/ P. O’Brien, R. Preston. 4/6/42
Memoirs of the Movies “The Day the Screen Screamed” (1959)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” (1959)
Radio Reader’s Digest “The Double Miracle” 4/22/48
Studio One “Experiment Perilous” CBS 12/15/47 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Silver Cord” w/ R. Hussey, E. Winwood. ABC 11/13/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Intermezzo” CBS 11/28/44 (clipped closing)

BENADERET, BEA
GI Journal (#55) w/ J. Carson, L. Darnell, C. Haines, M. Blanc. AFRS WWII

BENCHLEY, ROBERT
Amos ‘n’ Andy NBC 12/17/43
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Federal Theatre Special (see W. Abel for cast) NBC 6/26/39
GI Journal (#71) w/ B. Granville, Z. Elman, P. Friday. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#98) w/ J. Blondell, A. Treacher. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ E. Flynn, C. Bennett. CBS 5/21/39
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) all-star cast incl.: K. Hepburn, E. Cantor,
D. Kaye, P. Silvers, J. Garland, Nicholas Bros., E. Gardner, G. DeHaven, J. Garfield, G. Marx, Gene Kelly,
J. Durante, E. Keyes, L. Ball, J. Leslie, W. Huston, K. Wynn, E.G. Robinson, J. Wyman. 10/8/44
(2 hrs. 15 minutes)
Texaco Star Theatre (Fred Allen) CBS 11/1/42

BENDIX, WILLIAM
Cavalcade of America “The Cook on the P.T. Boat Writes Home” NBC 3/29/43
Command Performance (#161) w/ J. Crain, E.E. Horton, H. James, G. Krupa. AFRS WWII
Ford Show (D. Shore) CBS 11/6/46
GI Journal (#128) w/ M. Woolley, G. Simms. AFRS WWII
The Life of Riley (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“Marriage Can Be Beautiful” 4/12/47
“Teaching Junior to Fight” 4/19/47
“Riley is Blackmailed” 4/26/47
“Babs in High Society” 5/3/47
“Mother’s Day Committee” 5/10/47
“Courtship” 6/7/47
“Junior Builds a Racer” 6/14/47
“Riley Revolts from Work” 6/28/47
“Battle of the Sexes” 7/5/47
“Riley Returns to School” 9/6/47
“Riley Worries About Babs” 9/13/47
Lux Radio Theatre “China” w/ L. Young, A. Ladd. CBS 11/22/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Guadalcanal Diary” w/ P. Foster, L. Nolan. CBS 2/28/44 dress rehearsal (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Life of Riley” w/ R. DeCamp, J. Brown. CBS 5/8/50 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Three Faces at Midnight” CBS 2/27/47
Suspense “Breakup” CBS 12/30/48
Suspense “Pearls Are a Nuisance” CBS 4/20/50
Suspense “The Gift of Jumbo Brannigan” CBS 3/1/51

BENNETT, CONSTANCE
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ E. Flynn, R. Benchley. CBS 5/21/39
Lux Radio Theatre “The Awful Truth” w/ B. Hope, R. Bellamy. CBS 3/10/41 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Mr. Cugat Takes Sick” CBS 10/24/46
Silver Theatre “Love is Our Destiny” w/ M. Douglas. CBS 4/30/39
Then & Now NBC 9/17/36 (C.B. & R. Montgomery in scene from “Gone With the Wind”)

BENNETT, JOAN
Everything For the Boys “An Ostrich in Bed” w/ R. Colman. NBC 3/28/44
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ M. Rooney, R. Lane, R. Vallee, G. Murphy. CBS 4/9/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Petrified Forst” w/ T. Power, H. Bogart. CBS 1/7/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ Fibber McGee & Molly, G. Cooper, E. Arnold, F. Langford. CBS 3/9/41
Hollywood Star Theatre “A Love to Remember” NBC 12/4/48 (J.B. is host)
Jack Benny Program “Trouble with New Movie” NBC 6/12/38
Jack Benny Program from San Diego NBC 3/8/42
Kraft Music Hall (D. Ameche) w/ G. Murphy. NBC 10/23/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“I Met My Love Again” w/ H. Fonda. 5/30/38
“Kid Galahad” w/ E.G. Robinson, W. Morris. 12/19/38
“Bordertown” w/ D. Ameche, C. Trevor. 7/3/39
“Trade Winds” w/ E. Flynn, M. Astor, R. Bellamy. 3/4/40
“Nothing Sacred” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. 11/11/40
“Stand-In” w/ W. Baxter. 4/7/41
“She Knew All the Answers” w/ P. Foster, E. Arden. 1/11/43
“Casanova Brown” w/ G. Cooper, T. Mitchell. 12/11/44
“The Woman in the Window” w/ E.G. Robinson, D. Duryea. AFRS 6/25/45
The Magic Key w/ F. MacMurray, G. Lombardo. NBC 2/19/36 (1 hr.)
MGM Theater of the Air “Love is a Headache” c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Originals by Bennett audition program 8/25/50
Suspense “Overture in Two Keys” CBS 11/16/47
Suspense “Statement of Mary Blake” CBS 5/4/50
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ M. Sennett. (J.B. & John Beal in “The Patsy”)
CBS 12/13/39 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “One Way Passage” w/ H. Bogart. CBS 12/18/45

BENNY, JACK (Guest appearances only; send SASE for The Jack Benny Program listing)
Academy Awards (J.B. is mc) 3/2/44 (55 minutes)
America Calling w/ C. Boswell, M. Carroll, R. Colman, M. Douglas, C. Gable, F. Holden, C. Laughton,
B. Hope, M. Loy, M. Martin, G. Marx, F. Morgan, M. Oberon, R. Owen, D. Powell, T. Power, M. Rooney,
A. Rutherford, B. Stanwyck, L. Stone, R. Taylor, S. Temple. CBS, NBC 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Campbell Playhouse “June Moon” w/ O. Welles. CBS 3/24/40 (1 hr.)
Command Performance (#139) w/ D. Durbin, G. Rogers, J. Cagney, M. Tilton, T. Dorsey. AFRS WWII
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Elgin 2-hour Xmas Party (see D. Ameche for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
Family Theatre “The Hound of Heaven” w/ D. O’Herlihy. J.B. is host. MBS 6/8/49
Fitch Bandwagon “Jack Renews Phil’s Contract” NBC c. 1946 (hollow sound)
Fitch Bandwagon “Jack Plays Santa Claus” NBC 12/21/47
Ford Theatre “The Horn Blows at Midnight” w/ C. Rains. CBS 3/4/49 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, M. O’Sullivan. NBC 2/17/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, J. Crawford, J. Garland, R. Denny. CBS 1/8/39 (first show in
series)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ C. Colbert, E. Arnold, B. Rathbone, E. Lubitsch. CBS 10/20/40
Hallmark Playhouse”My Financial Career” CBS 11/18/48
Hotpoint Holiday Tour “The Man Who Came to Dinner” w/ C. Boyer, G. Peck, R. Russell, D. McGuire,
Gene Kelly. CBS 12/225/49 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players w/ B. Stanwyck, J. Hersholt, B. Rathbone, M. Curtiz. CBS 3/27/44
Lux Radio Theatre “Brewster’s Millions” w/ M. Livingstone. CBS 2/15/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Seven Keys to Baldpate” w/ M. Livingstone, C.B. DeMille. CBS 9/26/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Killer Kates” w/ G. Patrick. AFRS 12/16/46 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#38) w/ J. Garland, J.C. Thomas, B. Stanwyck. AFRS WWII

Mail Call (#132) w/ D. Shore, D. Lamour, D. Kaye. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#135) w/ Rochester, C. Colbert, P. Goddard. AFRS WWII
Philco Radio Time (Bing Crosby) w/ M. Livingstone. AFRS 3/26/47
Philco Radio Time )Bing Crosby) w/ W. Brennan. ABC 3/3/48 (good minus quality)
Philco Radio Time (Bing Crosby) ABC 3/48
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Murder in G-flat” CBS 4/5/51
Suspense “A Good and Faithful Servant” CBS 6/2/52
Suspense “Plan X” CBS 2/2/53
Suspense “The Face is Familiar” CBS 1/18/54
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 1/10/43 (surface noise)
Town Hall Tonight (Fred Allen) NBC 12/22/37 (1 hr.)
USO Farewell Pgm. w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. (mc) & all-star cast. NBC 1/11/48

BENZELL, MIMI
Railroad Hour (G. MacRae) “Up in Central Park” NBC 3/9/53
Railroad Hour (G. MacRae) “Lute Song” NBC 3/23/53

BERGEN, EDGAR (& Charlie McCarthy) (Guest appearances only; send SASE for Charlie McCarthy Show,
Chase & Sanborn Hour, and Edgar Bergen Show listing)
Command Performance (#148) “Encore Performance” w/ B. Davis, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
All-Star Western Theatre #133 c.1947
Fred Allen Show NBC 10/7/45
Fred Allen Show AFRS 10/28/45
GI Journal (#61) w/ R. Rogers, F. Sinatra, Hildegarde. AFRS WWII
Hollywood’s March of Dimes on the Air (Birthday Salute to FDR) Tommy Cook, B. Crosby, B. Hope,
C.Colbert, H. Bogart, J. Beecher, D. Day, M. Dietrich,K. Kyser, T. Power, J. Cagney, M. O’Sullivan, Fibber
McGee & Molly, M. Willson, D. Durbin. NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 10/13/46
Jack Benny Program w/ Amos ‘n’ Andy, R. Skelton. 9/25/49
Kraft Music Hall (Al Jolson) NBC 10/2/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs” w/ J. Powell. CBS 4/24/44
Mail Call (#328) w/ F. Gifford, G. Simms, T. Bankhead. AFRS WWII
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 11/3/48
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C.O. Skinner, D. Montgomery. NBC 12/17/36 (1 hr.)
(good minus quality) (E.B.’s network radio debut)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ B. Meredith. NBC 2/11/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ J. Arthur. NBC 2/18/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ J. Hersholt. NBC 2/25/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ J. Anderson. NBC 3/4/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#130) w/ I. Bergman, M. Hutton. AFRS WWII
This is Your Life (Charlie McCarthy) R. Edwards. NBC 3/1/50 (part 1)
This is Your Life (Charlie McCarthy) R. Edwards. NBC 3/8/50 (part 2)

BERGMAN, INGRID
Jack Benny Program NBC 10/14/45
Kate Smith Show excerpt “Patterns” (dramatic sketch) CBS 11/16/42 (15 minutes)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Anna Karenina” w/ G. Peck. CBS 10/30/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Bells of St. Mary’s” w/ B. Crosby. CBS 8/26/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“A Man’s Castle” w/ S. Tracy, A. Hohl. 12/1/41
“For Whom the Bell Tolls” w/ G. Cooper. 2/12/45
“Intermezzo” w/ J. Cotten. 6/4/45
“Gaslight” w/ C. Boyer. AFRS 4/29/46
“Notorious” w/ J. Cotten. 1/26/48
“Jane Eyre” w/ R. Montgomery. 6/14/48
Mail Call (#130) w/ E. Bergen, M. Hutton. AFRS WWII
Theatre Guild “Still Life” w/ Peggy Wood. ABC 4/6/47 (1 hr.)

BERGNER, ELISABETH
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ R. Bolger, Hildegarde. Blue 11/26/44 (1 hr.)

BERRIGAN, BUNNY (& HIS ORCHESTRA)
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special (see P. Douglas for cast) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr. 40
minutes)

BERLE, MILTON
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, E. Merman. NBC 4/29/51 (90 minutes)
Fleischmann Hour (Rudy Vallee) w/ R. Armstrong, L. Lee. 8/9/34 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Let Yourself Go (M.B. is host) w/ Al Jolson. 6/6/45
Radio Hall of Fame w/ Burns & Allen. Blue Network 1/2/44 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Rave Notice” CBS 10/12/50
Tribute to Glenn Miller (7th War Loan Drive) w/ C. Spivak, T. Benecke, J. Stafford, S. Fields, G. Krupa, L.
Prima, The Modernaires, P. Como, Count Basie, C. Calloway, P. Bailey, X. Cugat, B. Goodman, M. Hutton,
E. Sullivan, A. Jones, F. Waring, G. Lombardo, L. Nolan, E. Cantor, J. Besser, B. Robinson, K. Smith.
WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (c. 3 hours)

BERLIN, IRVING
The Magic Key w/ T. Power, S. Henie, R. Vallee. (“Second Fiddle” preview) NBC 6/26/39 (1 hr.)
Philco Radio Time (Bing Crosby) ABC 5/4/47
Tribute to Irving Berlin w/ A. Jolson, W. Winchell, E. Cantor, S. Tucker, B. Bernie, L. Lehr, Brox Sisters,
Belle Baker, C. Boswell, E. Merman, John Steele, L. Parsons, D. Zanuck, T. Power, J. Haley, T. Dorsey,
G. Lombardo, P. Whiteman, R. Vallee. CBS 8/3/38 (1 hr.)

BERNIE, BEN
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/14/37
Santa Anita Handicap w/ A. Jolson, B. DeSylva. NBC 2/23/35 (35 minutes)
Tribute to Irving Berlin (see Berlin, Irving for cast) CBS 8/3/38 (1 hr.)
WOR 50 KW Dedicatory Program (all-star cast) WOR-NY 3/4/35 (3 hrs.)

BERNSTEIN, LEONARD
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast list) ABC 11/2/47

BEST, EDNA
Forecast “Ever After” (double feature w/ “Two Times Two”) CBS 8/19/40
Lux Radio Theatre “Goodbye, Mr. Chips” w/ L. Olivier. CBS 11/20/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “A Tale of Two Cities” w/ R. Colman. CBS 1/12/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Libel!” w/ R. Colman, O. Kruger. CBS 3/15/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “In Which We Serve” w/ R. Colman. CBS 6/21/43 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Census 1940” w/ T. Mitchell. CBS 4/21/40

BEY, TURHAN
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) NBC 5/24/45

BICKFORD, CHARLES
Encore Theatre “Dr. Ehrlich’s Magic Bullet” CBS 7/23/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Barbary Coast” w/ M. Astor. CBS 6/24/46
Lux Radio Theatre “ The Virginian” w/ G. Cooper. CBS 11/2/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Branded” w/ B. Lancaster. CBS 1/28/52) (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Song of Bernadette” w/ A. Blyth. AFRS 10/26/54 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ H. O’Connell, J. Jones. Blue Network 2/20/44 (1 hr.) (clipped opening)

BING, HERMAN
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Alone in Paris” w/ I. Dunne, C. Grant, W. Connolly. CBS 4/30/39

BLACKMER, SIDNEY
Hollywood Calling (#20) (George Sidney) w/ J. Carson, J. Evans, C. Heston. Synd. c.1950

BLAINE, VIVIAN
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Ferrer, M. O’Brien, G. Swanson. NBC 12/31/50 (90 minutes)
Lux Radio Theatre “State Fair” w/ J. Crain, D. Haymes. CBS 6/24/46 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#123) w/ M. Raye, J. Carson, B. Burns, A. Jones. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#142) w/ B. Hutton, F. Sinatra. AFRS WWII

BLAIR, JANET
Academy Award “My Sister Eileen” w/ R. Russell. CBS 5/18/46
Camel Screen Guild Players “Fuller Brush Man” w/ R. Skelton. CBS 1/20/49
Cavalcade of America “Dinner at Belmont” NBC 4/11/49
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Everything for the Boys “Lost Horizon” w/ R. Colman. NBC 2/1/44
Lux Radio Theatre “My Sister Eileen” w/ R. Russell, B. Aherne, A. Tamiroff. CBS 7/5/43 (1 hr.)
BLANC, MEL
GI Journal (#40) w/ J. Carson, C. Landis, J. Colonna. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#41) w/ B. Crosby, J. Garland, J. Colonna. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#42) w/ B. Hope, B. Grable, G. Miller. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#55) w/ J. Carson, B. Benederet, L. Darnell, C. Haines. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#58) w/ J. Carson, J. Durante, J. Mercer. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#59) w/ B. Crosby, P. Lorre, L. Bari. AFRS WWII

BLANDICK, CLARA
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney. NBC 2/2/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Buccaneer” w/ C. Gable. CBS 11/14/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Dark Victory” w/ B. Davis, S. Tracy. CBS 1/8/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Till We Meet Again” w/ M. Oberon, G. Brent, M. Clarke. CBS 6/10/40 (1 hr.)

BLEDSOE, JULES
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) NBC 8/16/34 (abridged-only 30 minutes)

BLONDELL, JOAN
Campbell Playhouse (O. Welles) “Only Angels Have Wings” CBS 8/25/40 (1 hr.)
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 9/16/45
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ Bergen & McCarthy, W.C.Fields, Rogers & Hart. NBC 6/13/37 (1 hr.)
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
GI Journal (#98) w/ A. Treacher, R. Benchley. (J.B. is mc) AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ E. Cantor, G. Autry. CBS 12/31/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Hired Wife” w/ M. Douglas. CBS 4/20/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Gold Diggers” w/ D. Powell. 12/21/36 (incomplete; first 35 mins. only)
“She Loves Me Not” w/ B. Crosby, N. Grey. 11/8/37
“The Perfect Specimen” w/ E. Flynn, M. Robson. 1/2/39
“Model Wife” w/ D. Powell. 5/19/41
“This Gun for Hire” w/ A. Ladd, L. Cregar, J. LaRue. 1/25/43
“Destry Rides Again” w/ J. Stewart. 1/5/45 (dress rehearsal)
“Deadline at Dawn” w/ P. Lukas. 5/20/46
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ L. Wiley. CBS 7/13/35 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Next Time We Love” w/ H. Duff. CBS 3/12/46

BLORE, ERIC
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, W. William. NBC 2/22/40 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Mad About Music” w/ H. Marshall. CBS 10/16/44
Suspense “Murder Goes for a Swim” w/ W. William. CBS 7/20/43

BLYTH, ANN
Academy Award “It Happened Tomorrow” w/E. Bracken. CBS 10/9/46
Academy Awards (P. Douglas, mc) (A.B. sings nominated song) ABC 3/23/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Great Expectations” w/ R. Cummings. 10/13/47
“Another Part of the Forest” w/ W. Huston, V. Price. 9/13/48 (no commercials)
“Movie Time, U.S.A.” all-star cast. 9/24/51
“Top o’ the Morning” w/ D. Day, B. Fitzgerald. 3/17/52
“Song of Bernadette” w/ C. Bickford. AFRS 10/26/54
A Question of Pianos (Catholic Charities Special) w/ B. Crosby, B. Hope, M. O’Sullivan, J. Durante. NBC
4/18/42
Suspense “Muddy Tracks” w/ E. O’Brien. CBS 11/11/48

BOGART, HUMPHREY
Academy Award “The Maltese Falcon” w/ M. Astor, S. Greenstreet. CBS 7/3/46
Bing Crosby Show w/ L. Bacall. CBS 2/13/52
Charlie McCarthy Show AFRS c. 1945
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Henry IV” w/ W. Huston, B. Aherne, W. Connolly, M. Whitty. CBS
8/23/37 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Petrified Forest” w/ J. Bennett, T. Power. CBS 1/7/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Hunt. CBS 11/2/41
Hollywood Calling (series #10) (George Fisher) w/ M. Rooney, H. Duff, A. Devine. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Calling (series #37) (George Fisher) w/ Gary Cooper, M. Stevens, B. Lancaster. Synd. c.1952
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42
Humphrey Bogart Presents “Dead Man” (audition show) 8/17/49
Jack Benny Program “The Frightwig Murder Case” NBC 2/1/42
Jack Benny Program w/ L. Bacall. NBC 1/5/47
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ R. Bampton. NBC 5/19/38 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Maltese Falcon” w/ M. Astor, S. Greenstreet, P. Lorre. CBS
9/20/43
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Bullets or Ballots” w/ E. G. Robinson, M. Astor, O. Kruger. 4/17/39 (dress rehearsal)
“Bullets or Ballots” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Astor, O. Kruger.
“Moontide” w/ V. Bruce. 4/20/45
“To Have and Have Not” w/ L. Bacall. 10/14/46
“Treasure of the Sierra Madre” w/ W. Huston, F. Lovejoy. 4/18/49
“The African Queen” w/ G. Garson. 12/15/52
Theatre Guild “A Farewell to Arms” w/ J. Fontaine. NBC 10/22/50 (no opening or closing) (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Conflict” CBS 9/11/45 (some surface noise)
Theatre of Romance “One Way Passage” w/ J. Bennett. CBS 12/18/45

BOLAND, MARY
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Josephine Baker. NBC 10/31/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Information, Please NBC 7/11/41
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac CBS 3/29/44

BOLES, JOHN
Lux Radio Theatre “The Vagabond King” w/ E. Venable. CBS 8/17/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Stella Dallas” w/ B. Stanwyck, A. Shirley. CBS 10/11/37 (1 hr.)

BOLGER, RAY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ G. Cooper, D. Kaye, R. Vallee. NBC 1/28/51 (90 minutes)
Good News of 1938 w/ J. Stewart, N. Eddy. NBC 12/23/37 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 “Wizard of Oz” preview program NBC 6/29/39 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ Hildegarde, E. Bergner. Blue 11/26/44 (1 hr.)
WOR 50 KW Dedicatory Program (all-star cast) WOR-NY 3/4/35 (3 hrs.)

BOND, WARD
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Gentleman Jim” w/ E. Flynn, A. Smith. CBS 2/14/44
NBC Theatre (Screen Director’s Playhouse) “Stagecoach” w/ J. Wayne, C. Trevor. NBC 1/9/49 (first show
in series)

BONDI, BEULAH
Cavalcade of America “Joe Dyer Ends the War” w/ J. Craig. NBC 11/8/43
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Barrymore. NBC 12/29/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Girl From 10th Avenue” w/ L. Young, G. Brent. 5/16/38
“Remember the Night” w/ B. Stanwyck, F. MacMurray. 3/25/40
“Our Town” w/ F. Craven, W. Holden, M. Scott. 5/6/40
“Young Tom Edison” w/ M. Rooney, V. Weidler. 12/23/40
“Craig’s Wife” w/ R. Russell, H. Marshall. 5/12/41
“Remember the Night” w/ J. Arthur, F. MacMurray. 12/22/41
“Penny Serenade” w/ R. Taylor, B. Stanwyck. 4/27/42
“The Show-Off” w/ H. Peary, U. Merkel. 2/1/43
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Finding Mary Meyer” CBS 2/17/43
Whatever Became of. . . ? 6/1/71

BOOTH, SHIRLEY
Cavalcade of America “Check Your Heart at Home” NBC 12/13/43
Cavalcade of America “The Girls We Left Behind” NBC 8/14/44
Ford Theatre “My Sister Eileen” NBC 6/13/48 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Uncle By’s Two Wives” CBS 5/8/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “The Woman Detective & the Stolen Jewels” CBS 2/26/48
Theatre Guild “Morning’s at Seven” w/ S. Erwin. ABC 11/25/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Ned McCobb’s Daughter” ABC 12/9/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Street Scene” w/ R. Conte, D. Lynn. ABC 12/11/49
Theatre of Romance “Bachelor Mother” CBS 11/21/44
Theatre of Romance “Ball of Fire” CBS 1/25/45

BORGE, VICTOR
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 4/23/42 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 11/12/42 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ F. March, G. Gibbs. Blue 12/3/44 (1 hr.)

BORI, LUCREZIA
The Magic Key w/ Artur Rodzinski/Cleveland Orchestra. NBC 12/25/35 (1 hr.)

BOSWELL, CONNIE (see also Good News, Kraft Music Hall–Crosby)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min)
Bing Crosby Show (Boswell Sisters) CBS 9/8/34
Bing Crosby Show CBS 11/27/52
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Cooper, B. Hope, Z. Pitts. CBS 10/8/39
Harry Richman Show (#12 & 13) Synd. 1936-37 (30 min total)
Kraft Music Hall w/ B. Crosby, J. Hilton, D. Ellington. NBC 5/29/41 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall w/ B. Crosby, P. O’Brien. NBC 6/12/41 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall w/ B. Lahr, G. Patrick. NBC 6/19/41 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall w/ D. Ameche, G. Murphy, J. Bennett. NBC 10/23/41 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ M. Astor, B. Goodman. Blue Network 5/7/44 (1 hr.)

BOWMAN, LEE
Cavalcade of America “Wizard of Whiting” w/ R. Bellamy. NBC 10/17/50
Suspense “The Dead Sleep Lightly” w/ S. Hayward. CBS 3/30/43
Suspense “Five Canaries in the Room” CBS 6/8/43
Suspense “Sell Me Your Life” CBS 2/15/45

BOYD, WILLIAM
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/4/51
Bing Crosby Show CBS 1/2/52
Edgar Bergen Show CBS 10/26/54
Hopalong Cassidy (Syndicated; c. 1950, all w/ A. Clyde. 30 mins. each):
“Red Rock Mesa” “Death Crosses the River”
“The Empty Saddle” “Stagecoach”
“The Failure” “The Unwilling Outlaw”
“Bandits of Ridge Creek” “Kidnapper’s Trail”
“Killers of Sandy Gulch” “Bandit of Blacton Bend”
“The Red Death” “Hook, Line and Murder”
“Bullets for Ballots” “The Phantom Panther”
“Green Valley Payoff” “Hoppy Plays a Hunch”
“Man That Made Willie Whirl” “A Jailer Named Satan”
“Range War” “Man in the Yellow Mask”
“Letter from the Grave” “Run, Sheep, Run”
“Death Paints a Picture” “Border of Nowhere”

BOYER, CHARLES
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ I. Coca, C. Webb, J. Durante. NBC 12/10/50 (90 minutes)
Cavalcade of America “Gentleman from Paris” NBC 1/12/42
Cavalcade of America “The Grand Design” NBC 12/5/50
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Private Worlds” w/ C. Colbert. CBS 1/28/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “History is Made at Night” w/ G. Garson. CBS 11/10/40
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47
Hotpoint Holiday Hour “The Man Who Came to Dinner” w/ J. Benny, D. McGuire, G. Peck, Ge. Kelly,
R. Russell. CBS 12/25/49 (1 hr.)
Jimmy Durante Show NBC 12/3/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Constant Nymph” w/ M. O’Sullivan. AFRS 3/20/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Algiers” w/ H. Lamarr, E. Barrier. 7/7/41
“Hold Back the Dawn” w/ P. Goodard, S. Hayward. 11/10/41
“Appointment for Love” w/ M. Loy. 2/23/42
“Love Affair’ w/ I. Dunne. 7/6/42
“Algiers” w/ L. Young, G. Lockhart. 12/14/42
“The Constant Nymph” w/ M. O’Sullivan, A. Smith. 1/10/44
“Gaslight” w/ I. Bergman. AFRS 4/29/46
“Cluny Brown” w/ O. DeHavilland. AFRS 1/27/47
“All This and Heaven Too” w/ B. Davis. 12/15/51 (runs only 50 mins. due to war situation)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Hold Back the Dawn” w/ V. Brown. NBC 5/15/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Appointment for Love” w/ G. Storm. NBC 8/26/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Cluny Brown” w/ D. McGuire. NBC 11/23/50 (1 hr)
Suspense “Case of Henry Vibazo” CBS 6/8/50
Suspense “Vidocq’s Final Case” CBS 9/29/52
Suspense “The Bertillion Method” CBS 4/26/54
Woodbury Hollywood Playhouse “The Sub-Lieutenant” w/ M. Lindsay. NBC 5/29/40

BOYER, LUCIENNE
The Big Show w/ T. Bankhead, F. Allen, G. Marx. NBC 5/6/51 (90 mins.)
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ S. Fetchit, Gladys Cooper. NBC 10/24/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ L. Melchior. NBC 3/8/36 (1 hr.)

BRACKEN, EDDIE
Academy Award “It Happened Tomorrow” w/ A. Blyth. CBS 10/9/46
Family Theatre “The Scout” w/ C. O’Donnell. MBS 6/15/49
Hollywood Calling (series #39) (George Fisher) w/ Ken Toby, R. Reagan, D. Reed. Synd. c.1952.
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ L. Barrymore. NBC 3/6/41 (1 hr.)
Sealtest Variety Theatre w/ D. Lamour, J. Stewart. NBC 5/26/49
Suspense “Nightmare” w/ W. Conrad. CBS 3/13/38 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Visitor” CBS 5/11/44
Suspense “Elwood” CBS 3/6/47

BRADNA, OLYMPE
Lux Radio Theatre “The Buccaneer” w/ C. Gable. CBS 11/14/38 (1 hr.)

BRENDEL, EL
Hollywood Hotel (D. Powell, L. Parsons) w/ C. Colbert, W. William. (“Imitation of Life” preview) CBS
10/4/34 (fair-good quality) (1 hr.)
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) w/ S. Romberg. Mutual 2/20/38

BRENNAN, WALTER
Cavalcade of America “The Law West of the Pecos” NBC 6/11/45
Charlie McCarthy Show w/ G. Simms. NBC 6/28/42
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Destry Rides Again” w/ H. Fonda, P. Goddard. CBS 2/2/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Come and Get It” w/ E. Arnold, A. Shirley, L. Ayres. 11/15/37
“Red River” w/ J. Wayne, J. Dru, J. Chandler. 3/7/39 (clipped closing)
“The Westerner” w/ G. Cooper, D. Davenport. 10/23/40 (fair-good quality)
“The Happy Land” w/ D. Ameche, F. Dee. 4/10/44
“Home in Indiana” w/ C. Greenwood, J. Crain. 10/2/44
“Kentucky” w/ L. Day. 5/28/45
“The Amazing Mr. Holiday” w/ G. Tierney, E. O’Brien. AFRS 3/4/46
“The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” w/ E. O’Brien. AFRS 2/15/55
We Hold These Truths (see Arnold, Edward for cast) NBC, CBS, Mutual 12/15/41 (1 hr.)

BRENNEMAN, TOM
Radio Hall of Fame w/ C. Miranda, J. Durante. Blue Network 1/21/45 (1 hr.)

BRENT, GEORGE
Cavalcade of America “Burma Surgeon” NBC 11/1/43
Hollywood Calling (series #36) (George Fisher) w/ R. Burr, G. Cukor, Jody Lawrence. Synd. c.1952
Hollywood Startime “Second Honeymoon” ABC 6/2/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Girl From 10th Avenue” w/ L. Young, B. Bondi. 5/16/38
“Only Yesterday” w/ B. Stanwyck, J. Wells. 1/6/39
“Mrs. Moonlight” w/ J. Gaynor. 6/26/39
“She Married Her Boss” w/ G. Rogers, E. Fellows. 9/25/39
“The Rains Came” w/ K. Francis, J. Parker. 3/18/40
“Till We Meet Again” w/ M. Oberon, P. O’Brien, M. Clarke. 6/10/40
“Wings of the Navy” w/ O. DeHavilland, J. Payne. 10/7/40
“Wife, Husband and Friend” w / P. Lane, G. Patrick. 4/28/41
“The Great Lie” w/ L. Young, M. Astor. 3/2/42
“The Lady is Willing” w/ K. Francis. 3/1/43
“My Friend Flicka” w/ R. McDowell, R. Johnson. 6/7/43
“Flight for Freedom” w/ R. Russell, C. Morris. 9/20/43
“The Affairs of Susan” w/ J. Fontaine, D. DeFore. 10/28/45
“My Reputation” w/ B. Stanwyck. 4/21/47
“The Other Love” w/ B. Stanwyck. 6/16/47

BRESSART, FELIX
Lux Radio Theatre “Blossoms in the Dust” w/ G. Garson. CBS 2/16/42 (1 hr.)
BREWER, TERESA
Bing Crosby Show w/ D. Niven. CBS 5/14/52

BRIAN, DAVID
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Brice, G. Marx, E. Pinza. NBC 11/12/50 (90 minutes)

BRICE, FANNY (see also Good News)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Pinza, G. Marx, J. Powell. NBC 11/12/50 (90 minutes)
Guest Star w/ H. Stafford. Syndicated 5/16/48 (15 mins.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ B. Hope, M. Raye. CBS 3/19/39
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Pinocchio” CBS 12/25/44(?)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ Garry Moore. Blue Network 1/9/44 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ T. Bankhead. NBC 6/17/37 (1 hr.)

BRIDGES, LLOYD
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Chickenfeed” 4/21/57
“Pigeon in a Cage” 8/11/57
“Rub Down and Out” AFRS 7/6/58
“Deep is My Love” 4/26/59

BRITTON, BARBARA
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Lightnin’” w/ H. Davenport, F. Bates, G. Murphy. CBS 6/3/46
Screen Guild Players “Champagne For Caesar” w/ R. Colman, V. Price. CBS 10/5/50 (1 hr.)

BRODERICK, HELEN
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ H. Hilliard, C. Morris. NBC 11/2/35 (1 hr.)

BROOK, CLIVE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Merman, F. Laine, M. Truman. NBC 3/4/51 (90 mins.)

BROOKS, PHYLLIS
Lux Radio Theatre “The Awful Truth” w/ C. Colbert, C. Grant. CBS 9/11/39 (1 hr.)
The Silver Theatre “Wings in the Dark” w/ C. Grant. CBS 10/16/38

BROPHY, ED
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 11/12/42 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

BROWN, JOE E.
GI Journal (#53) w/ C. Daley, L. Ball. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#59) w/ L. Ball, C. Haines, C. Daley. AFRS WWII
Good News of 1939 w/ W. Beery, M. Rooney. NBC 10/6/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ C. Colbert, M. Douglas. CBS 5/7/39
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Joan of the Ozarks” w/ J. Canova. CBS 2/5/45
Lux Radio Theatre “Elmer the Great” w/ J. Travis. CBS 10/5/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Alibi Ike” w/ H. Chandler, R. Karns. CBS 4/19/37 (1 hr.)

BROWN, JOHNNY MACK
All-Star Western Theatre “The Man from Alabama” 10/20/46
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Accent on Youth” w/ G. Lawrence, H. Marshall. CBS 12/3/39
Hollywood Calling (series #19) (George Fisher) w/ V. Heflin, N. Kelly, H. Marshall. Synd. c.1950
Memoirs of the Movies “Two Kids for a Nickel” 1970-rebroadcast (J.M.B. is narrator)

BROWN, VANESSA
Camel Screen Guild Players “Shadow of a Doubt” w/ J. Cotten. CBS 6/21/48
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Hollywood Startime “Song of Bernadette” w/ V. Price. CBS 1945
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Shadow of a Doubt” w/ J. Cotten. CBS 6/12/48
Lux Radio Theatre “13 Rue Madeleine” CBS 10/20/47 (45 mins./no act 2)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Hold Back the Dawn” w/ C. Boyer. NBC 5/15/49
Suspense “Vamp Till Dead” CBS 9/29/57

BROWN, WALLY
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 10/28/43

BRUCE, DAVID
Camel Screen Guild Players “The Secret Heart” w/ C. Colbert, W. Pidgeon. CBS 11/14/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Phantom Lady” w/ R. Bellamy, L. Albritton, W. Abel. 9/11/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Love Before Breakfast” w/ V. Bruce, B. Donlevy. CBS 1/22/45
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Laura” W/ D. Andrews, G. Tierney, C. Webb. CBS 8/20/45
Lux Radio Theatre “Christmas Holiday” w/ L. Young, W. Holden. CBS 9/17/45 (1 hr.)

BRUCE, NIGEL (send SASE for Sherlock Holmes listing)
Lux Radio Theatre “Brief Moment” w/ G. Rogers, D. Fairbanks, Jr. CBS 2/14/38
Lux Radio Theatre “Suspicion” w/ J. Fontaine, B. Aherne. CBS 5/4/42 (1 hr.)

BRUCE, VIRGINIA
Academy Award “The Prisoner of Zenda” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. CBS 7/17/46
Cavalcade of America “Woman Alone” NBC 6/16/47
Cavalcade of America “Boy Wanted” NBC 3/28/49
Encore Theatre “TheWhite Angel” CBS 7/9/46
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, J. Stewart, J. Carradine. NBC 2/10/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, R. Montgomery. NBC 5/26/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Douglas. NBC 1/5/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, W. Pidgeon. NBC 3/30/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Douglas. NBC 4/6/39 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program w/ G. Ratoff. NBC 1/31/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Love Affair” w/ H. Marshall. CBS 10/11/43
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Men in White” w/ S. Tracy, F. Farmer. 1/4/37
“Swing High, Swing Low” w/ R. Vallee, U. Merkel, R. Karns. 2/26/40
“The Doctor Takes a Wife” w/ M. Douglas, L. Carver. 12/8/41
“The Strawberry Blonde” w/ D. Ameche, R. Hayworth. 3/23/42
“My Favorite Blonde” w/ B. Hope. 10/19/42
“The Pride of the Yankees” w/ G. Cooper, E. Buchanan. 10/4/43
“Moontide” w/ H. Bogart. 4/30/45
“Devotion” w/ J. Wyman, V. Price. AFRS 2/17/47
Stars Over Hollywood “The Lady and the Law” CBS 9/26/53
Suspense “The Cross-Eyed Bear” w/ J. Loder. CBS 9/16/43
Suspense “The Locked Room” w/ A. Joslyn, G. Zucco. CBS 1/27/44
Suspense “Her Knight Comes Riding” CBS 5/22/47
Suspense “Celebration” w/ Robt. Young. CBS 9/23/48

BUCHANAN, EDGAR
Lux Radio Theatre “The Pride of the Yankees” w/ G. Cooper, V. Bruce. CBS 10/4/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Penny Serenade” w/ I. Dunne, J. Cotten. CBS 5/8/44 (1 hr.)

BUCHANAN, JACK
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, V. Leigh, L. Olivier, G. Sanders. NBC 9/30/51 from England
(first 55 min. of 90 min. show only)

BUCK AND BUBBLES
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ B. Lillie, C. Porter. NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)

BURGESS, HELEN
Lux Radio Theatre “Chained” w/ J. Crawford, F. Tone (H.B. is intermission guest) CBS 7/27/36 (1 hr.)

BURKE, BILLIE
Billie Burke Show CBS 4/27/46
Good News of 1939 w/ R/ Young, J. Crawford, J. Garland. NBC 10/28/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ R. Pryor, J. Oakie, J. Colonna. CBS 5/14/39
Rudy Vallee Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 11/28/40 (rehearsal)
Rudy Vallee Show w/ J. Barrymore, H. Peary, S. Gurie. NBC 12/26/40 (rehearsal)

BURKE, JOHNNY
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ L. Holman, W. Connolly. NBC 1/10/35 (1 hr.)

BURNETTE, SMILEY
All-Star Western Theatre “Good Acting Done Cheap” 11/10/46

BURNS, BOB
The Big Show w/ J.Durante, Smith & Dale, C. Holm. NBC 3/11/51 (90 mins.)
Bing Crosby Show w/ P. Page. CBS 1952
Bob Burns Show w/ Spike Jones. NBC c.1942 (no opening)
Command Performance (#149) w/ C. Colbert, J. Durante, T. Dorsey. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Raft, G. Murphy. CBS 4/2/39
Hollywood Spotlight (#35) w/ P. Harris Orchestra. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Hollywood Spotlight (#37) w/ P. Harris Orchestra. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby is host; NBC, 1 hour each):
5/19/38
4/18/40 w/ D. Lamour, H. Marshall.
5/29/41 w/ J. Hilton, D. Ellington, F. McHugh.
6/12/41 w/ P. O’Brien. (1 hr.)
6/19/41 w/ B. Lahr, G. Patrick.
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Belle of the Yukon” w/ R. Scott, D. Shore, G. Patrick. CBS 2/12/45
Lux Radio Theatre “Clarence” w/ G. Patrick, T. Mitchell. CBS 1/24/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Arkansas Traveler” w/ F. Bainter, J. Parker, D. Moore. CBS 1/30/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “A Man to Remember” w/ A. Louise. CBS 12/4/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Alias the Deacon” w/ H. Wood. CBS 7/1/40 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#123) w/ M. Raye, J. Carson, V. Blaine, A Jones. AFRS WWII
Paul Whiteman Presents (D. Shore) NBC 7/11/43
Radio Hall of Fame w/ D. O’Keefe. Blue Network 12/19/43 (parts 1 & 3 only of 4) (30 mins.)
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ G. Murphy, G. DeHaven. Blue 12/10/44 (1 hr.) (2nd half muddy)
We Hold These Truths! (see Arnold, Edward for cast) NBC, Mutual 12/15/41 (1 hr.)

BURNS, GEORGE & ALLEN, GRACIE
Command Performance (#158) w/ M. Whitty, C.A. Smith. AFRS WWII
Elgin 2-hour Xmas Party (see D. Ameche for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
Guest Star Syndicated 5/9/48 (15 mins.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, M. Douglas, S. Ross. CBS 2/26/39
Jack Benny Program NBC 4/11/37
Jack Benny Program Burns & Allen sub for Jack NBC 3/7/43
Jack Benny Program “George Sings Jack’s Song” (no Gracie) CBS 1/20/52
Jack Benny Program w/ F. Sinatra, D. Kaye, G. Marx. (no Gracie) CBS 3/2/52
Lux Radio Theatre “Dulcy” w/ E. Nugent, H. Lindsay. CBS 3/29/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Are Husbands Necessary?” CBS 2/15/43 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#137) w/ F. Morgan, H. Marx, R. Hayworth. AFRS WWII
Paul Whiteman Presents (D. Shore) w/ M. Malneck. NBC 6/13/43
Radio Hall of Fame w/ M. Berle. Blue Network 1/2/44 (1 hr.)

BURR, RAYMOND
Famly Theatre “Robert of Sicily” MBS 8/24/49
Fort Laramie (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Playing Indian” (premiere show in series) 1/22/56
“Boatwright’s Story” 1/29/56 “Squawman” 2/5/56
“Woman at Horse Creek” 2/12/56 “Captain’s Widow” 2/26/56
“Shavetail” 3/4/56 “Hattie Pelfrey” 3/11/56
“Beasley Girls” 3/18/56 “The Coward” 3/25/56
“Lost Child” 4/1/56 “Stagecoach Stop” 4/15/56
“The New Recruit” 4/22/56
Hollywood Calling (series #36) (George Fisher) w/ G. Cukor, Jody Lawrence, G. Brent. Synd. c.1952
Screen Director’s Playhouse (NBC)
“The Exile” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. (dress rehearsal) 1/19/49 (30 mins.)
“The Exile” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. 1/23/49 (30 mins.)
“Pitfall” w/ D. Powell, J. Wyatt. 10/17/49 (30 mins.)
“Chicago Deadline” w/ A. Ladd. 3/24/50 (30 mins.)
“Alias Nick Beal” w/ R. Milland, J. Sterling. 12/28/50 (1 hr.)
“Prince of Foxes” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. 1/4/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Copper Tea Strainer” w/ B. Grable. CBS 4/25/49
Suspense “Murder on Mike” CBS 7/28/57
Suspense “The Country of the Blind” CBS 10/27/57
Suspense “The Treasure Chest of Don Jose” CBS 10/12/58

BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ E.E. Horton, L. Watson. CBS 10/18/39 (1 hr.)

BURTON, RICHARD
Theatre Guild “David Copperfield” w/ B. Karloff, F. Robson, C. Richard. ABC 12/24/50 (1 hr.)

BUSHMAN, FRANCIS X.
Command Performance Xmas Special w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Memoirs of the Movies “Nuts Among the Oranges” (F.B. is narrator) 1970 rebroadcast of 1959
Suspense “The City That Was” CBS 11/17/57
This is My Best “Miss Dilly Says No” (O. Welles) w/ A. Sothern. CBS 3/20/45

BUTTERWORTH, CHARLES
Jack Benny Program “Murder at the Racquet Club” w/ C. Farrell. NBC 3/9/41
Packard Hour w/ F. Astaire, J. Green Orchestra. NBC 9/15/36 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Packard Hour w/ F. Astaire, J. Green Orchestra. NBC 9/22/36 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Packard Hour w/ F. Astaire, J. Green Orchestra. NBC 11/3/36 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Packard Hour w/ F. Astaire, J. Green Orchestra. NBC 1/26/37 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

BYINGTON, SPRING
Front Line Theater “The Gay Divorcee” w/ F. Sinatra, G. DeHaven, E.E. Horton. AFRS version of Lady Esther
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Tailored by Toni” w/ C. Lombard, J. Stewart, E.E. Horton. CBS 3/12/39
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Gay Divorcee” w/ F. Sinatra, G. DeHaven, E.E. Horton. 3/6/44

BYRON, ARTHUR
Lux Radio Theatre “Death Takes a Holiday” w/ F. March. CBS 3/22/37 (1 hr.)

all shows run 30 minutes each unless otherwise noted