Performers C-E

***all shows run 30 minutes each unless otherwise noted***

CABOT, BRUCE
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Desert Song” w/ D. Morgan, F. White. CBS 5/21/45

CAGNEY, JAMES
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.) (ending clipped)
Cavalcade of America “Captains of the Clouds” NBC 2/2/42
Command Performance (#139) w/ D. Durbin, J. Benny, G. Rogers. AFRS WWII
Federal Theatre Special (see W. Abel for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Hand of Providence” w/ P. Lane. CBS 4/16/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Next Time We Live” w/ O. deHavilland, J. Lynn. CBS 2/18/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Strawberry Blonde” w/ O. de Havilland, J. Carson. CBS 10/5/41
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Yankee Doodle Dandy” w/ W. Huston, J. Leslie. CBS 10/19/42
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Is Zat So?” w/ R. Armstrong, B. Mallory. 9/7/36
“Ceiling Zero” w/ R. Bellamy, B. Mallory, Jeanne Cagney. 2/27/39
“Angels with Dirty Faces” w/ P. O’Brien, G. Dickson. 5/22/39 (broadcast)
“Angels with Dirty Faces” w/ P. O’Brien, G. Dickson. 5/22/39 (rehearsal)
“Blood on the Sun” w/ S. Sidney. 12/3/45 (good-minus quality)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Scenes of Love” (J.C. brief appearance) CBS 4/28/43
NBC Star Playhouse “Champion” 1/3/54 (1 hr.) (good-minus quality)
Suspense “Love’s Lovely Counterfeit” CBS 1/17/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “No Escape” CBS 12/16/48 (30 minutes)

CAGNEY, JEANNE
Family Theatre “The Hidden Heart” MBS 6/1/49
Family Theatre “Beauty and the Brain” w/ R. Denning. Syndicated c. 1950
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Yankee Doodle Dandy” w/ James Cagney, W. Huston, J. Leslie. CBS
10/19/42
Lux Radio Theatre “Ceiling Zero” w/ James Cagney, R. Bellamy, B. Mallory. CBS 2/17/39 (1 hr.)

CALHERN, LOUIS
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, M. Raye. NBC 1/14/51 (90 minutes)
Lux Radio Theatre “Brief Moment” w/ G. Rogers, D. Fairbanks, Jr. CBS 2/14/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Heiress” w/ O. DeHavilland, V. Heflin. CBS 9/11/50 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ Smith & Dale, Annabella. Blue Network. 4/2/44 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Deep Water Captain” 3/25/48
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ D. Carnegie. (L.C. & J. Cowl in “Secrets”) CBS
9/27/39 (1 hr.).
Theatre Guild “Jacobowski and the Colonel” ABC 9/16/45 (1 hr.)

CALLEIA, JOSEPH
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ E.G. Robinson. CBS 2/25/40

CALLOWAY, CAB
Shell Chateau (Al Jolson) w/ H. Marshall. CBS 1/25/36 (brief portions missing) (good-minus quality) (1 hr)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (c. 3 hrs.)

CALVET, CORINNE
Bob Hope Show c.1952 AFRS
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Rope of Sand” w/ B. Lancaster. NBC 4/28/50

CANOVA, JUDY
The Judy Canova Show (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“Fan Magazine Interview” 11/29/47
“Dream Pills” 12/6/47
“Queen of the Brentwood Rodeo” 12/13/47
“Judy’s Diary” 12/27/47
“Leap Year Proposal” 1/3/48
“Psychiatrist’s Marriage Advice” 1/10/48

CANTOR, EDDIE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, B. Hope, P. Como. NBC 11/19/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Holliday, P. Munsel. NBC 1/21/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Fitzgerald. NBC 3/18/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ M. Raye, O. de Havilland. NBC 4/15/51 (90 minutes)

Bob Hope Show (E.C. guest host) w/ R. Skelton, Amos ‘n’ Andy. NBC 11/18/47 (sl. muddy sound)
Burns & Allen Show NBC 4/21/49
Command Performance w/ M. Torme, L. Darnell. AFRS WWII
The Eddie Cantor Show (NBC, 30 minutes each):
6/13/45 w/ Alan Young 6/20/45 w/ A. Sheridan
10/3/45 w/ D. Clark 10/10/45 “Harry Quits”
10/17/45 “Eddie is Fired” 10/24/45 “Harry’s Show”
10/31/45 w/ G. Jessel 11/7/45 “House on 92nd Street”
11/14/45 “Truman’s Press Club”
The Eddie Cantor Show (undated shows, 30 minutes each):
“The New Neighbor” “Jimmy Wallington’s Bet”
“Sports Minded” “Chicago”
“Palm Springs Farm” “Sports Picnic”
“Buys a Station” “Adopts a Boy”
“Women in Sports” “Sponsor Trouble”
“Eddie is Sick” “Movie Aspirations”
Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) NBC 4/23/36 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, R. Taylor. NBC 4/27/39 (1 hr.)
Guest Star Syndicated 6/13/48 (15 minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ G. Autry, J. Blondell. CBS 12/31/39
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see R. Benchley for cast) 10/8/44 (2 hrs. 15
minutes)
Jack Benny Program w/ Ed Sullivan. NBC 5/11/41
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/2/43
Jack Benny Program “Hollywood Canteen” NBC 2/27/44
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/10/46
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/8/49
Jack Benny Program “Murder at the Racquet Club” w/ C. Farrell. CBS 12/10/50
Jimmy Durante Show NBC 10/8/47
Joan Davis Show (J. Haley) NBC 2/25/44 (lst 2 min. missing)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Thank Your Lucky Stars” w/ D. Shore, D. Morgan. CBS 9/27/43
Paul Whiteman Presents (D. Shore) w/ Henry Busse. NBC 6/6/43
Take It or Leave It (E.C. guest mc) NBC 1/3/43
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (c. 3 hrs.)
USO Farewell Pgm. (D. Fairbanks, Jr. is host; all-star cast) NBC 1/11/48

CAPRA, FRANK
Jack Benny Program w/ V. Moore. NBC 2/2/47 (“It’s A Wonderful Life” sketch)

CAREY, HARRY
Lux Radio Theatre “Air Force” w/ G. Raft. CBS 7/12/43 (1 hr.)

CAREY, MacDONALD
Hollywood Calling (series #15) (George Fisher) w/ G. Autry, J. Dru, R. Carlson. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Two Years Before the Mast” w/ A. Ladd. CBS 9/22/47 (1 hr.)

CARILLO, LEO
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, W. Pidgeon, V. Bruce. NBC 3/30/39
Theatre Guild “They Knew What They Wanted” w/ J. Havoc. ABC 5/19/46 (1 hr.)

CARLISLE, KITTY
Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) w/ G. Gershwin, A. Faye. NBC 11/9/33 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Barrymore. NBC 4/6/39 (1 hr.)

CARLSON, RICHARD
Hollywood Calling (series #15) (George Fisher) w/ G. Autry, M. Carey, J. Dru. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Sorrell and Son” w/ H. Marshall. CBS 1/1/40 (1 hr.)

CARMICHAEL, HOAGY
Guest Star Syndicated 11/2/52 (15 minutes)
Hoagy Carmichael Show NBC 5/14/45
Jack Benny Program w/ Sam Goldwyn. NBC 4/6/47

CARNEGIE, DALE
Fred Allen Show 10/24/48
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ J. Cowl, L. Calhern. CBS 9/27/39 (1 hr.)

CAROL, SUE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ L. Rainer, W. Abel. CBS 1/3/40 (light cross-talk)

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

CARRADINE, JOHN
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, V. Bruce, J. Stewart. NBC 2/10/38 (1 hr.)
Information, Please NBC 10/31/41
Information, Please NBC 2/20/42
Information, Please NBC 5/8/42
Lux Radio Theatre “Peter Pan” w/ K. Beaumont. AFRS 12/21/53 (1 hr.)
Mystery House “The Thirsty Death” w/ B. Lugosi. Mutual 1944

CARROLL, JOHN
Hello, Mom “Gunner Nails McCahey and Mother Wiggens” NBC 8/11/42

CARROLL, LEO G.
Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Clive, W. & E. Howard. NBC 11/14/35 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Beau Brummel” w/ R. Montgomery. CBS 7/5/37 (1 hr.)

CARROLL, MADELEINE
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Campbell Playhouse “The Green Goddess” w/ O. Welles. CBS 2/10/39 (1 hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “Garden of Allah” w/ O. Welles. CBS 11/19/39 ( 1hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “Jane Eyre” w/ O. Welles. CBS 3/13/40 (1 hr.)
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal (all-star cast) Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “Heart of the Fountain” NBC 4/28/41
Cavalcade of America “Tomorrow & Tomorrow” NBC 1/26/42
Cavalcade of America “I Was Married on Bataan” NBC 10/5/42
Cavalcade of America “Toward a Further Star” NBC 11/2/42
Cavalcade of America “Make Way for the Lady” NBC 6/14/43
Cavalcade of America “Woman with a Sword” NBC 5/23/49
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Love Affair” w/ M. Douglas. CBS 1/5/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Cavalcade” w/ H. Marshall, U. O’Connor, D. Niven. 12/28/36
“Beloved Enemy” w/ B. Aherne, C. A. Smith. 12/27/37
“Romance” w/ H. Marshall. 2/21/38
“Dangerous” w/ D. Ameche, H. Angel. 4/25/38
“Invitation to Happiness” w/ F. MacMurray. 10/23/39
“My Son, My Son” w/ B. Aherne, L. Hayward. 3/11/40
Studio One “A Farewell to Arms” CBS 2/17/48 (1 hr.)
Studio One “Private Worlds” w/ M. McCambridge. CBS 5/4/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Morrison Affair” w/ G. Mohr. CBS 9/2/48
Theater Guild “Goodbye Again” w/ E. Pinza, L. Darnell. NBC 2/12/50 (l hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Lady Hamilton” CBS 8/23/43 (brief portion missing)

CARSON, JACK
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Wynn, E. Gardner. NBC 11/26/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, B. Lillie, E. Wynn. NBC 2/18/51(90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, O. de Havilland. NBC 4/15/51 (90 minutes)
Command Performance (#160) w/ B. Crosby, E. Arnold, C. Miranda. AFRS
Command Performance w/ M. Raye, L. Horne, J. Wyman. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#40) w/ C. Landis, J. Colonna. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#55) w/ L. Darnell, C. Haines. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#58) w/ J. Durante, J. Mercer. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Strawberry Blonde” w/ J. Cagney, O. de Havilland. CBS 10/5/41
Hollywood Calling (series #20) (George Fisher) w/ S. Blackmer, J. Evans, C. Heston. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“His Girl Friday” w/ C. Colbert, F. MacMurray. 9/30/40
“Roughly Speaking” w/ R. Russell. CBS 10/8/45 (1 hr.)
“April Showers” w/ D. Lamour, R. Alda. 5/16/49
“Trouble Along the Way” w/ J. Haver. AFRS 2/15/54
Mail Call (#91) w/ N. Shearer, N. Eddy, A. Rutherford. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#123) w/ M. Raye, B. Burns, A. Jones, V. Blaine. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#133) w/ F. Langford, H. Marshall, J. Colonna. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#139) w/ E. Logan, D. Powell, C. Trevor. AFRS WWII
Sealtest Village Store “Jack Defends Radio” w/ E. Arden. NBC 10/16/47
Suspense “Easy Money” CBS 11/7/46
Suspense “One-Millionth Joe” CBS 6/22/50
Suspense “Death Pitch” CBS 3/29/51
Suspense “Misfire” CBS 10/6/57 (no closing)
Suspense “Analytical Hour” CBS 6/28/59

CARSON, MINDY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, J. Durante. NBC 11/5/50 (premiere)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, J. Durante, P. Como. NBC 11/19/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Carson, F. Allen, E. Wynn. NBC 11/26/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ C. Webb, J. Durante, C. Boyer. NBC 12/10/50 (90 minutes)

CARTER, JACK
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ L. Calhern, J. Durante, M. Raye. NBC 1/14/51 (90 minutes)

CARVER, LYNNE
Lux Radio Theatre “Lost Horizon” w/ R. Colman, D. Crisp. CBS 9/15/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Buck Privates” w/ Abbott & Costello. CBS 10/13/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Doctor Takes a Wife” w/ M. Douglas, V. Bruce. CBS 12/8/41 (1 hr.)

CASSADESUS, ROBERT
Bell Telephone Hour (#30) AFRS
Bell Telephone Hour (#84) AFRS

CATLETT, WALTER
Campbell Playhouse “Huckleberry Finn” w/ O. Welles, J. Cooper. CBS 11/26/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Pinocchio” w/ D. Jones, C. Edwards. CBS 12/25/39 (1 hr.)

CAULFIELD, JOAN
Armstrong Theatre “Thunder & the Miracle” CBS c.1948
Cavalcade of America “Yankee Doodle Derby” NBC 9/26/50
Family Theatre “Stolen Symphony” w/ R. Widmark. MBS 5/11/49
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Sing, You Sinners” w/ B. Crosby. 5/7/45 (1 hr.)
“Miss Susie Slagle’s” w/ W. Holden, B. DeWolfe. AFRS 10/21/46
“Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ B. Hope. 4/14/47
“Dear Ruth” w/ W. Holden. 4/26/48

CERF, BENNETT
Hollywood Fights Back! (see D. Andrews for cast) ABC 11/2/47 (30 minutes)

CHANDLER, HELEN
Lux Radio Theatre “Alibi Ike” w/ J.E. Brown. CBS 4/19/37 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ H. Hopper. (H.C. & D. Montgomery & I. Chase in
“Saturday’s Children”) CBS 9/20/39 (1 hr.)

CHANDLER, JEFF (send SASE for Our Miss Brooks listing)
Family Theatre “Song of Roland” MBS 9/7/49
Family Theatre “The Other Wise Man” MBS 12/14/49
Guest Star “Jailbreak” Syndicated 6/31/51 (15 minutes)
Guest Star “The Woodsman” Syndicated 7/20/52 (15 minutes)
Hallmark Playhouse “Drums Along the Mohawk” CBS 8/19/48
Lux Radio Theatre “My Man Godfrey” w/ J. Adams. NBC 11/9/54 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “All My Sons” w/ E. G. Robinson. NBC 12/2/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Tomorrow is Forever” w/ C. Colbert. NBC 1/13/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Lifeboat” w/ T. Bankhead. NBC 11/16/50 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Hired Wife” w/ R. Russell. NBC 4/12/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Steel River Prison Break” CBS 9/3/51
Suspense “Death at Skreikerand Pond” CBS 2/8/54
Suspense “A Good Neighbor” CBS 3/31/57

CHAPMAN, MARGUERITE
Lux Radio Theatre “Destroyer” w/ E.G. Robinson. CBS 4/13/44 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Pardon My Past” w/ F. MacMurray. CBS 5/13/46 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)

CHASE, ILKA
Campbell Playhouse “I Lost My Girlish Laughter” w/ O. Welles, G.S. Kaufman. CBS 1/27/39 (1 hr.)
Information, Please NBC 12/18/42
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Fields, D. Thomas. Blue Network 3/5/44 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray & F. Langford) w/ H. Hopper. (I.C. & D. Montgomery & H. Chandler
in “Saturday’s Children”) CBS 9/20/39 (1 hr.)
Three of a Kind w/ B. Lahr, B. Rathbone. 4/13/44 (audition program)

CHATTERTON, RUTH
Lux Radio Theatre “Quality Street” w/ B. Aherne, K. Lockhart. CBS 9/14/36 (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “Clips From the Classics” 1970 rebroadcast of 1959 (R.C. is narrator)

CHEVALIER, MAURICE
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 5/21/47

CHRISTIE, AUDREY
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Marx, K. Baker. Blue (1 hr.)

CHURCHILL, SARAH
Hollywood Calling (series #16) (George Fisher) w/ W. Demarest, V. Price, E. Keyes. Synd. c.1950

CIANNELLI, EDUARDO
Lux Radio Theatre “The Petrified Forest” w/ H. Marshall, M. Sullavan. CBS 11/22/37 (1 hr.)

CLAIRE, INA
The Magic Key w/ E. Zimbalist, B. Aherne, O. Perkins, C. Coburn. NBC 3/29/36 (1 hr.) (rough
opening & closing)

CLARK, BUDDY
Spotlight Revue (Spike Jones) 6/4/48
Spotlight Revue (Spike Jones) 6/18/48

CLARK, DANE
Cavalcade of America “Storm” NBC 5/13/46
Cavalcade of America “The Iron Mountain” NBC 9/5/50
Cavalcade of America “Man of Action” NBC 4/17/51
The Eddie Cantor Show NBC 10/3/45
Lux Radio Theatre “Pride of the Marines” w/ J. Garfield, E. Parker. CBS 12/31/45 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Suspense “A Guy Gets Lonely” CBS 4/15/45
Suspense “This Will Kill You” CBS 8/23/45
Suspense “Till the Day I Die” CBS 9/19/46
Theatre of Romance “Love is News” CBS 6/19/45

CLARKE, MAE
Lux Radio Theatre “Till We Meet Again” w/ M. Oberon, G. Brent, P. O’Brien. CBS 6/10/40 (1 hr.)
Mutual-Don Lee Dedicatory Pgm. Mutual 12/30/36 (90 minutes)

CLAYTON, JAN
Whatever Became of . . . ? 12/7/71

CLIFT, MONTGOMERY
Cavalcade of America “The Metal of the Moon” NBC 1/23/51
Theatre Guild “The Glass Menagerie” w/ H. Hayes, K. Malden. AFRS 9/16/51 (clipped closing;
slightly muddy sound)

CLIVE, COLIN
Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) w/ L. Lehr. NBC 11/14/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

CLOONEY, ROSEMARY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ M. Berle, J. Durante. NBC 4/29/51 (90 minutes)
Bing Crosby Show w/ Joe Venuti. CBS 6/11/52
Bing Crosby Show CBS 12/4/52
Bing Crosby Show CBS 12/11/52
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/18/54
Bing Crosby Show CBS 5/2/54
Edgar Bergen Show CBS 10/5/52
Suspense “St. James Infirmary Blues” CBS 2/23/53

COBB, LEE J.
Lux Radio Theatre “Johnny O’Clock” w/ D. Powell. CBS 5/12/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Great Expectations” w/ R. Cummings, A. Blyth. CBS 10/13/47 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Bet” CBS 11/8/45

COBURN, CHARLES
Academy Award “The Devil & Miss Jones” CBS 10/23/46
Academy Awards w/ J. Benny (mc) 3/2/44 (55 minutes)
Cavalcade of America “Diamonds at War” NBC 7/26/43
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Vivacious Lady” w/ G. Rogers, F. MacMurray. CBS 4/7/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Bachelor Mother” w/ A. Sothern, F. MacMuray. CBS 11/23/42
Hollywood Calling (series #1) (George Fisher) w/ I. Lupino, Sally Forrest, J. Livingston, R. Evans,
K. Douglas. Synd. 1949
Information, Please NBC 1/15/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Devil & Miss Jones” w/ L. Day, G. Murphy. CBS 6/7/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Adorable” w/ S. Temple. CBS 10/28/46
Lux Radio Theatre “The Lady Eve” w/ B. Stanwyck, R. Milland. CBS 3/9/42 (runs only 45 minutes due to
President’s speech)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Green Years” w/ T. Drake. AFRS 1/13/47 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ E. Zimbalist. (C.C., I. Claire, B. Aherne, & O. Perkins in “A Fool For Scandal”)
NBC 3/29/36 (1 hr.) (rough opening & closing)

COCA, IMOGENE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ C. Webb, J. Durante, C. Boyer. NBC 12/10/50 (90 minutes)

COCHRAN, STEVE
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Humoresque” w/ T. Bankhead. 4/19/51 (1 hr.)

COHAN, GEORGE M.
The Magic Key w/ J. Melton, H. Jepson, B. Goodman. NBC 12/29/35 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ Jean Sablon, Doris Doe. NBC 13/37 (1 hr.) (volume flux lst 15 min.)

COLBERT, CLAUDETTE
Chesterfield Supper Club (Perry Como) NBC 10/13/47
Command Performance (#149) w/ T. Dorsey, B. Burns, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ M. Douglas, J.E. Brown. CBS 5/14/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Private Worlds” w/ C. Boyer. 1/28/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ J. Benny, B. Rathbone. 10/20/40
Hallmark Playhouse “The Egg and I” CBS 1/5/50
Hollywood Hotel (D. Powell, L. Parsons) (“Imiation of Life” preview w/ W. William, El Brendel)
CBS 10/4/34 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program w/ V. Price. CBS 2/6/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Secret Heart” w/ W. Pidgeon. CBS 11/17/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Barker” w/ W. Huston, N. Foster. 7/20/36
“The Gilded Lily” w/ F. MacMurray, D. Niven. 1/11/37
“Hands Across the Table” w/ J. McCrea, W. Pidgeon. 5/3/37
“Alice Adams” w/ F. MacMurray. 1/3/38
“It Happened One Night” w/ C. Gable, W. Connolly, R. Karns. 3/20/39
“It Happened One Night” (dress rehearsal of above) 3/20/39
“The Ex-Mrs. Bradford” w/ W. Powell, J. Archer. 6/19/39
“The Awful Truth” w/ C. Grant, P. Brooks. 9/11/39
“Midnight” w/ D. Ameche. 5/20/40
“His Girl Friday” w/ F. MacMurray, J. Carson. 9/30/40
“The Shop Around the Corner” w/ D. Ameche. 6/23/41
“Skylark” w/ R. Milland, B. Aherne. 2/2/42
“Once Upon a Honeymoon” w/ B. Aherne, L. Cregar. 4/12/43
“So Proudly We Hail” w/ V. Lake, P. Goddard, S. Tufts. 11/1/43 (fair-good quality)
“Magnificent Obsession” w/ D. Ameche. 11/13/44
“Practically Yours” w/ R. Milland. (dress rehearsal) 8/27/45
“Without Reservations” w/ R. Cummings. AFRS 8/26/46
“Tomorrow is Forever” w/ V. Heflin. 2/24/47
“Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. 9/24/51
“Thunder on the Hill” AFRS 11/9/53
“The Corn is Green” w/ C. Mitchell. AFRS 5/17/54 (fair-good quality)
Mail Call (#135) w/ J. Benny, Rochester, P. Goddard. AFRS WWII
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Tomorrow is Forever” w/ J. Chandler. NBC 1/13/50

COLE, NAT KING (King Cole Trio)
Bing Crosby Show w/ Andrews Sisters. CBS 2/28/51
Jubilee (#129) w/ Rochester, Barney Bigard, B. Carter. AFRS c. 1945
Mail Call (#132) w/ D. Shore, J. Benny, D. Lamour, A. Tatum. AFRS WWII
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac w/ H. Hopper. CBS 2/23/44
Theatre, USA w/ B. Clark, I. Lupino. AFRS 4/19/49

COLEMAN, NANCY
Suspense “Fear Paints a Picture” CBS 4/13/43

COLLINS, RAY (see also Welles, Orson/Mercury Theatre)
Family Theatre “The Bishop’s Candlesticks” w/ F. Lovejoy. MBS 8/13/49
Orson Welles Theatre “Something’s Going to Happen to Henry”/”Wilbur Brown: Habitat, Brooklyn” w/ J.
Cotten, J. Gaynor. CBS 12/1/41
Suspense “Marry for Murder” w/ L. Gish. CBS 9/9/43

COLMAN, RONALD (send SASE for Halls of Ivy listing)
Academy Award “If I Were King” CBS 5/11/46
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal (all-star cast) Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Charlie McCarthy Show AFRS c. 1945
The Circle (#2) w/ C. Lombard, C. Grant, G. & C. Marx, J. Iturbi. CBS 1/22/39 (sl. clipped opening) (1 hr.)
Columbia Presents Corwin “Daybreak” CBS 7/10/45
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Encore Theatre “Yellow Jack” CBS 6/18/46
Everything for the Boys (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“Lost Horizon” w/ J. Blair. NBC 2/1/44
“Berkeley Square” w/ G. Garson. NBC 2/8/44
“The Jarvis Bay Goes Down” w/ E. Logan. 4/18/44
“Death Takes a Holiday” w/ I. Bergman. 4/25/44 (clipped closing)
“Blithe Spirit” w/ L. Young, E. Best. 5/16/44
“Quality Street” w/ M. O’Sullivan, A. Moorehead. 5/23/44
Favorite Story (Syndicated, c. 1947; R.C. hosts & stars in following; 30 mins. each)
“Moby Dick” w/ W. Conrad, H. Duff, F. Lovejoy.
“Lodging for a Night” w/ R. Colman, W. Conrad, J. Waldo.
“The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife” w/ R. Colman, B. Benaderet
“The Young Years” w/ W. Johnstone, W. Conrad.
“The Bottle Imp” w/ J. Corey, M.J. Croft.
Good News of 1940 w/ I. Lupino, M. Angelus. NBC 2/8/40 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “None Shall Part Us” w/ J. Crawford, L. Ayres. CBS 10/15/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Juggler of Notre Dame” w/ N. Eddy. 12/22/40
Hallmark Players “Goodbye, Mr. Chips” CBS 9/16/48
Hallmark Players “Around the World in 80 Days” CBS 1/19/50
Jack Benny Program (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“Week #2 of ‘I Can’t Stand Jack Benny Contest’” w/ Benita Hume. NBC 12/9/45
“Dinner with Jack” w/ Benita Hume. 12/23/45
w/ Benita Hume, I. Stern. 2/16/46
w/ Benita Hume. 4/14/46
w/ Benita Hume, L. Durocher. 11/17/46
“Preparing for Chicago Trip” w/ Benita Hume. 4/27/47
“Jack Thinks He’s Invited to Dinner” w/ Benita Hume. 11/9/47
“A Double Life” w/ Benita Hume. 2/1/48
“The Stolen Oscar” w/ Benita Hume. 3/28/48
“Charlie’s Aunt” w/ D. Kirsten. 4/25/48
“Ronald Colman Finds the Oscar” 5/9/48
“Ronald Colman Dreams He’s Jack!” w/ Benita Hume. CBS 1/16/49
“Trip to the Racetrack” w/ Benita Hume. CBS 3/6/49
“Movie Studio” CBS 11/13/49
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Prisoner of Zenda” w/ B. Hume, D. Fairbanks, Jr. 6/5/39 (broadcast)
“Prisoner of Zenda” w/ B. Hume, D. Fairbanks, Jr. 6/5/39 (rehearsal)
“Libel!” w/ O. Kruger, Frances Robinson. 1/13/41
“Rebecca” w/ I. Lupino. 2/3/41 (no opening) (1 hr.)
“Lost Horizon” w/ D. Crisp, L. Carver. 9/22/41
“A Tale of Two Cities” w/ E. Best. 1/12/42
“Libel!” w/ O. Kruger, E. Best. 3/15/43
“The Talk of the Town” w/ J. Arthur, C. Grant. 5/17/43
“In Which We Serve” w/ E. Best. 6/21/43
“Random Harvest” w/ G. Garson. 1/31/44
“Berkeley Square” w/ M. O’Sullivan. 12/18/44
“Berkeley Square” (dress rehearsal of above, no curtain call)
“The Petrified Forest” w/ S. Hayward, L. Tierney. 4/23/45
“The Keys of the Kingdom” w/ A. Harding. 11/19/45
“A Tale of Two Cities” w/ H. Angel. AFRS 3/18/46
“Random Harvest” w/ G. Garson. 4/18/48
“Les Miserables” w/ D. Paget, R. Newton. 12/22/52
“The Browning Version” w/ B. Hume. AFRS 11/23/53
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Prisoner of Zenda” w/ B. Hume. NBC 2/20/49
Screen Guild Players “Champagne for Caesar” w/ B. Britton, V. Price. ABC 10/5/50 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Dunwich Horror” CBS 6/1/45
Suspense “Noose of Coincidence” CBS 4/7/49
Suspense “A Vision of Death” CBS 6/1/53
Theatre Guild “The Green Goddess” w/ A. Louise, W. Abel. ABC 10/20/46 (no closing) (1 hr.)
Theater of Romance “Reverie” CBS 10/16/45

COLONNA, JERRY
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) NBC 10/4/45
Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, J. Mercer, J. Allyson. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#155) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast) AFRS 2/15/44
(1 hr.)
Command Performance Xmas Special all-star; see Allen, Fred for cast AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Command Performance Xmas Special w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
GI Journal (#40) w/ J. Carson, C. Landis, M. Blanc. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#41) w/ B. Crosby, J. Garland, M. Blanc. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#75) w/ K. Kyser, A. Miller. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ J. Oakie, B. Burke, M. Auer. CBS 5/14/39
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 12/14/44
Lux Radio Theatre “I Never Left Home” w/ B. Hope. CBS 1/8/45 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#133) w/ F. Langford, J. Carson, H. Marshall. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ J. Garland, Lum & Abner. Blue 12/17/44 (1 hr.)
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)

COMO, PERRY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ B. Hope, J. Durante, E. Cantor. NBC 11/19/50 (90 minutes)
Chesterfield Supper Club w/ C. Colbert. NBC 10/13/47
Chesterfield Supper Club w/ Bill Lawrence. NBC 6/22/49 (15 minutes)
Chesterfield Supper Club w/ Peggy Lee. NBC 5/12/49 (15 minutes)
Interview with Perry Como 8/31/78 (10 minutes)
Perry Como Show w/ M. West. 12/5/49 (15 minutes)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

CONDON, EDDIE
Eddie Condon’s Jazz Concert w/ M. Spanier, P.W. Russell, B. Butterfield, etal. 9/9/44

CONNER, NADINE
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young. NBC 11/2/39 (1 hr.)
The Railroad Hour “Revenge with Music” w/ G. MacRae. NBC 1953
The Railroad Hour “Blue Paradise” w/ G. MacRae. NBC 2/16/53

CONNOLLY, WALTER
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Henry IV” w/ W. Huston, B. Aherne, H. Bogart, M. Whitty. CBS 8/23/37
(1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, M. Martin, A. Jones. NBC 12/14/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Alone in Paris” w/ I. Dunne. CBS 4/30/39
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Henry IV” w/ W. Huston, B. Aherne, H. Bogart, M. Whitty. CBS
8/23/37 (1 hr.)
Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) w/ L. Holman, J. Burke. NBC 1/10/35 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Alice Adams” w/ C. Colbert, F. MacMurray. CBS 1/3/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “It Happened One Night” w/ C. Colbert, C. Gable, R. Karns. CBS 3/20/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “It Happened One Night” (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “You Can’t Take It With You” w/ E. Arnold, F. Wray, R. Cummings. CBS 10/2/39 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (W.C. in “The Bishop Misbehaves”) CBS 12/6/39 (1 hr.)

CONTE, RICHARD
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Lux Radio Theatre “The Other Love” w/ B. Stanwyck, G. Brent. CBS 6/16/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Slattery’s Hurricane” w/ M. O’Hara, V. Lake. CBS 3/6/50 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “House of Strangers” w/ A. Baxter. CBS 10/16/50 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Of Maestro & Men” w/ P. Lorre. CBS 7/20/44
Suspense “Win, Place, and Murder” CBS 4/24/47
Theatre Guild “Street Scene” w/ D. Lynn, S. Booth. ABC 12/11/49 (1 hr.)

CONWAY, TOM
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes “Adventure of the Innocent Murderess) w/ N. Bruce. Mutual 1947
Family Theatre “Once Upon a Golden Afternoon” MBS 6/10/48
NBC University Theatre “Tom Jones” 2/13/49 (1 hr.)

COOPER, GARY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ R. Bolger, D. Kaye, R. Vallee. NBC 1/28/51 (90 minutes)
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 12/14/47
Command Performance w/ J. Benny, H. Marx. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ D. Durbin, Patsy Kelly. CBS 4/23/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ B. Hope, Z. Pitts. CBS 10/8/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ Fibber McGee & Molly, E. Arnold, J. Bennett, F. Langford. CBS 3/9/41
Hollywood Calling (series #37) (George Fisher) w/ H. Bogart, B. Lancaster, M. Stevens. Synd. c.1952
Jack Benny Program w/ B. Goodman Orchestra. NBC 12/13/42
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “A Farewell to Arms” w/ J. Fontaine. CBS 4/10/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Virginian” w/ C. Bickford, H. Mack, J. Howard. 11/2/46
“Mr. Deeds Goes to Town” w/ J. Arthur, L. Stander. 2/1/37
“The Westerner” w/ W. Brennan, D. Davenport. 10/23/40 (fair-good quality)
“Pride of the Yankees” w/ V. Bruce, E. Buchanan. 10/4/43
“Casanova Brown” w/ J. Bennett, T. Mitchell. 12/11/44
“For Whom the Bell Tolls” w/ I. Bergman, A. Tamiroff. 2/12/45
“Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. 9/24/53
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 10/1/47
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Pride of the Yankees” NBC 9/30/49

COOPER, GLADYS
Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) w/ S. Fetchit. NBC 10/24/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

COOPER, JACKIE
All-Star Western Theatre “The Bandit” Syndicated 11/3/46
America Calling (see Barrymore for cast, Lionel) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “Huckleberry Finn” w/ O. Welles. CBS 11/29/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Lives of a Bengal Lancer” w/ E. Flynn, B. Aherne, C.A. Smith, D. Dumbrille. CBS
4/10/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “White Banners” w/ F. Bainter, L. Stone. CBS 6/12/39 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Clock and the Rope” CBS 12/5/47
Suspense “Remember Me?” CBS 8/24/58
Suspense “Amateur” CBS 5/3/59

CORBETT, LEONORA
Theatre Guild “Blithe Spirit” w/ C. Webb, M. Natwick. ABC 2/23/37 (1 hr.)

COREY, WENDELL
Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Thelma Jordan” w/ B. Stanwyck. NBC 3/15/51 (1 hr.)

CORNELL, DON
The Big Show w/ J. Durante, R. Harrison. NBC 3/25/51 (90 minutes)

COSTELLO, DOLORES
Lux Radio Theatre “The Man Who Played God” w/ G. Arliss, F. Arliss. CBS 3/21/38 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The King’s Birthday” CBS 8/28/43

COTTEN, JOSEPH
Academy Award “Foreign Correspondent” CBS 7/24/46
Academy Award “Shadow of a Doubt” CBS 8/11/46
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) NBC 9/20/45
Camel Screen Guild Players “Shadow of a Doubt” w/ V. Brown. CBS 6/21/48
Campbell Playhouse (CBS, 1 hour each; all star Orson Welles):
“Counsellor-at-Law” w/ A. McMahon, G. Berg. 1/6/39
“Mutiny on the Bounty” 1/13/39
“I Lost My Girlish Laughter” w/ G.S. Kaufman, I. Chase. 1/27/39
“Ah, Wilderness” 9/17/39
“Liliom” w/ H. Hayes. 10/22/39
“Mr. Deeds Goes to Town” w/ G. Lawrence. 2/11/40
Columbia Workshop “Hamlet” w/ O. Welles. CBS 9/13/36 (Acts I & II)
Columbia Workshop “Hamlet” w/ O. Welles. CBS 11/14/36 (Acts III & IV)
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “Rebecca” w/ J. Fontaine. CBS 10/1/46
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “All Through the House” w/ J. Leigh, G. Peck, Ge. Kelly, J. Garfield.
CBS 12/25/46
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Lady Esther Orson Welles Theatre “Happy Prince” CBS 12/22/41
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Holiday” w/ L. Young. CBS 11/13/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Lydia” w/ M. Oberon, E.M. Oliver, A. Marshal. 9/22/41
“The Great Man’s Lady” w/ B. Stanwyck, C. Morris. 6/28/43
“Penny Serenade” w/ I. Dunne, E. Buchanan. 5/8/44
“Intermezzo” w/ I. Bergman. 6/4/45
“I’ll Be Seeing You” w/ D. McGuire. 12/24/45
“Love Letters” w/ L. Young. AFRS 4/22/46
“I’ve Always Loved You” w/ C. McLeod. 11/4/46
“The Farmer’s Daughter” w/ L. Young. 1/5/48
“Notorious” w/ I. Bergman. 1/26/48
“Spellbound” w/ Valli. 3/8/48
“September Affair” w/ J. Fontaine. AFRS 1/26/53
“The Steel Trap” w/ T. Wright. AFRS 9/14/53
Lux Summer Theatre “Cynara” AFRS 7/6/53 (1 hr.)
Lux Summer Theatre “Romance to a Degree” CBS 8/3/53 (1 hr.)
Mercury Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each; all star Orson Welles):
“Man Who Was Thursday” 9/25/38
“Man Who Was Thursday” (dress rehearsal) (90 minutes)
“Hell on Ice” 10/9/38
“Seventeen” 10/16/38
Orson Welles Theatre “Something’s Going to Happen to Henry”/”Wilbur Brown: Habitat, Brooklyn” w/ J.
Gaynor, R. Collins. CBS 12/1/41
Radio Reader’s Digest “Half Way to Reno” CBS 5/15/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “The Baron of Arizona” CBS 2/12/48
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Love Letters” NBC 10/24/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Mrs. Mike” w/ E. Keyes. 11/30/51 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Spellbound” w/ M. McCambridge. 1/25/51 (1 hr.)
Screen Guild Players “Only Yesterday” w/ L. Young. CBS 12/6/43
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each:
“Sneak Preview” 3/23/44
“You’ll Never See Me Again” 9/14/44
“The Most Dangerous Game” w/ J.C. Naish. 2/1/45
“The Earth is Made of Glass” 9/27/45
“Beyond Good and Evil” 10/11/45
“The Pasteboard Box” 1/17/46
“Crime Without Passion” 5/2/46
“The Thing in the Window” 12/19/46
“The Day I Died” 6/30/49
“Blood Sacrifice” 3/30/50
“Fly By Night” 9/28/50
“A Watery Grave” 3/10/52
“Arctic Rescue” 12/22/52
“Tom Dooley” 3/30/53
“Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge” 12/15/57
“Red Cloud Mesa” 8/2/59
Theatre Guild “The Third Man” w/ S. Hasso. NBC 1/7/51 (1 hr.) (no closing or ads)
Theatre of Romance “One Life to Lose” CBS 9/18/45

COULOURIS, GEORGE (See also Mercury Theatre)
Registration “Get-out-the-Vote special” w/ Ge. Kelly, O. DeHavilland. CBS 9/13/44
Suspense “The Last Detail” CBS 7/5/45

COWAN, JEROME
Suspense “Mortmain” CBS 7/31/47

COWARD, NOEL
Lux Radio Theatre “Cavalcade” w/ H. Marshall, M. Carroll, U. O’Connor, D. Niven. (N.C. is intermission
guest) CBS 12/28/36 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ G. Lawrence, E. Wynn. NBC 12/3/36 (1 hr.)

COWL, JANE
Brownstone Theatre “Madame X” MBS 4/18/45
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ D. Carnegie. (J.C. & L. Calhern in “Secrets”) CBS
9/27/39 (1 hr.)

CRABBE, BUSTER
Hollywood Calling (series #12) (George Fisher) w/ E. Lanchester, D. Powell, B. Hale. Synd. c.1950
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) MBS 2/13/38

CRAIG, JAMES
Cavalcade of America “All That Money Can Buy” w/ E. Arnold, W. Huston, A. Shirley. NBC 10/20/41
Cavalcade of America “Joe Dyer Ends the War” w/ B. Bondi. NBC 11/8/43
Lux Radio Theatre “Kitty Foyle” w/ G. Rogers, D. Morgan. CBS 5/5/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Lost Angel” w/ M. O’Brien, M. Hunt. CBS 6/19/44 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Our Vines Have Tender Grapes” w/ M. O’Brien, F. Gifford. CBS 9/2/46 (1 hr.)

CRAIN, JEANNE
Command Performance (#161) w/ E.E. Horton, W. Bendix. AFRS WWII
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Home in Indiana” w/ W. Brennan, C. Greenwood, J. Haver. 10/2/44
“State Fair” w/ D. Haymes, V. Blaine. 6/24/46
“Margie” w/ G. Langan. 9/8/47
“Apartment for Peggy” w/ W. Holden, E. Gwenn. 2/28/49
“Margie” w/ H. Marlowe. 10/22/51
“Take Care of My Little Girl” w/ D. Robertson. AFRS 2/4/52
“Model and the Marriage Broker” w/ Thelma Ritter. AFRS 10/6/52
“You’re My Everything” w/ D. Dailey. AFRS 2/23/53
“People Will Talk” w/ C. Grant. AFRS 1/25/54
Lux Summer Theatre “One More Spring” AFRS 6/29/53 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#135) w/ J. Benny, Rochester, C. Colbert. AFRS WWII
Suspense “Case Study of a Murder” CBS 10/1/51

CRAVEN, FRANK
Cavalcade of America “The Will to Rebuild” CBS 10/30/35
Lux Radio Theatre “Our Town” w/ W. Holden, M. Scott. CBS 5/6/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Tale of Two Cities” w/ O. Welles. (F.C. is guest host) CBS 3/26/45 (1 hr.)

CRAWFORD, BRODERICK
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ E.G. Robinson, I. Jewell. CBS 11/18/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Wake Island” w/ B. Donlevy, R. Preston. CBS 10/26/42 (1 hr)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Butch Minds the Baby” NBC 5/12/50
Suspense “Dutch Shultz” CBS 10/26/53
Suspense “Parole to Panic” CBS 4/12/54

CRAWFORD, JOAN
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, D. McPhail. NBC 5/19/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, B. Burke, J. Garland. 10/20/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Sullavan. NBC 11/17/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, J. Stewart. NBC 3/2/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, E. Cantor (L. Barrymore birthday tribute) (J.C. heard briefly) NBC
4/27/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show (first in series) w/ J. Benny, J. Garland, G. Murphy. CBS 1/8/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show “None Shall Part Us” w/ R. Colman, L. Ayres. CBS 10/15/39
Lux Radio Theatre “Chained” w/ F. Tone. CBS 7/27/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Mary of Scotland” w/ F. Tone. CBS 5/10/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “A Doll’s House” w/ B. Rathbone. CBS 6/6/38 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Damned Don’t Cry” w/ F. Lovejoy. NBC 4/5/51 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “The Train Ride” CBS 5/7/39
Sound Stage for Joan Crawford audition “Mildred Pierce” ABC 9/8/47
Suspense “The Ten Years” w/ L. Tuttle. CBS 6/2/49
Suspense “Three Lethal Words” CBS 3/22/51

CREGAR, LAIRD
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“This Gun for Hire” w/ J. Blondell, A. Ladd. 1/25/43
“The Maltese Falcon” w/ E.G. Robinson, G. Patrick. 2/8/43
“Once Upon a Honeymoon” w/ C. Colbert, B. Aherne. 4/12/43
Suspense “The Last Letter of Dr. Bronson” CBS 7/27/43
Suspense “Narrative About Clarence” CBS 3/16/44

CREWS, LAURA HOPE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (L.H.C., W. Hampden, F. Thomas in “The Goose Hangs
High”) CBS 12/20/39 (1 hr.)

CRISP, DONALD
Academy Awards (J. Benny is mc) 3/2/44 (1 hr.)
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Command Performance Xmas Special w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ C. Morris, E. Waters. NBC 5/1/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Captain Blood” w/ E. Flynn, O. DeHavilland, B. Rathbone. 2/22/37
“The Outsider” w/ F. March, F. Eldridge. 9/20/37
“Beloved Enemy” w/ B. Aherne, M. Carroll, C.A. Smith. 12/27/37
“Knute Rockne, All-American” w/ P. O’Brien, R. Reagan. 12/2/40
“Lost Horizon” w/ R. Colman, L. Carver. 9/15/41
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ W. Pidgeon, M. O’Hara. 8/21/42
“Bedtime Story” w/ G. Garson, C. Grant. (D.C. is guest host) 2/26/45
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ M. Rennie, A. Smith. AFRS 9/28/54
Suspense “Banquo’s Chair” CBS 6/1/43
Suspense “The Case History of Edgar Lowndes” w/ T. Mitchell. CBS 6/8/44
Suspense “Banquo’s Chair” w/ J. Loder. CBS 8/3/44

CROMWELL, RICHARD
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ E. Arnold, Bergen & McCarthy, N. Eddy, E. Logan, K. Lockhart. NBC 8/14/38
(1 hr.)

CRONYN, HUME
Encore Theatre “Disputed Passage” w/ D. O’Keefe. CBS 8/27/46
Lux Radio Theatre “The Green Years” w/ C. Coburn, T. Drake. AFRS 1/13/47 (1 hr.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Double Entry” w/ K. Wynn. 12/20/45
“Too Many Smiths” 6/13/46
“Blue Eyes” 8/29/46
“The One That Got Away” 11/14/46
“Make Mad the Guilty” 6/5/47
Theatre Guild “Promise” w/ G. Swanson. NBC 2/18/51 (1 hr.) (good-minus; no opening or ads)

CROSBY, BING (send SASE for listings of Bing Crosby Show, Kraft Music Hall, Philco Radio Time etc.)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Birth of the Blues” w/D. Shore, P. Harris. ABC 1/18/51 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “The Road to Berlin” NBC 2/5/45
Command Performance (#154) w/ B. Hope, L. Bacall. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#155) (see Andrews Sisters for cast) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” AFRS 2/15/44 (1 hr.)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Command Performance (#160) w/ J. Carson, E. Arnold, C. Miranda. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#182) w/ T. Dorsey, S. Jones. AFRS WWII
Command Performance Xmas Special w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Elgin 2-hour Xmas Party (see D. Ameche for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
GI Journal (#41) w/ J. Garland, J. Colonna, M. Blanc. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#59) w/ P. Lorre, L. Bari. AFRS WWII
Guest Star w/ B. Hope. Syndicated 12/18/49 (15 minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Mr. Jinx Goes to Sea” w/ J. Parker, A. Devine. CBS 12/10/39
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 11/24/42 (1 hr.)
Homage to George Gershwin w/ E. Arnold, E. Shore. NBC 7/4/42 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program w/ A. Russell, D. Haymes. NBC 3/16/47
Jack Benny Program “Jack Borrows Bing’s Oscar” NBC 4/4/48
Jack Benny Program “Call Me Lucky” CBS 2/15/53
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ N. Eddy, F. Sinatra, J. Garland. CBS 12/9/45 (65 minutes)
Jimmy Durante Show NBC 11/5/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Going My Way” w/ B. Fitzgerald, G. Murphy. CBS 1/8/45
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Bells of St. Mary’s” w/ I. Bergman. CBS 8/26/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“She Loves Me Not” w/ J. Blondell, N. Grey, S. Holloway. 11/8/37
“The Road to Morocco” w/ B. Hope, G. Simms. AFRS 4/5/43
“Dixie” w/ D. Lamour, B. Sullivan. 12/20/43
“Sing, You Sinners” w/ R. Bellamy, J. Wells. 1/15/40
“Sing, You Sinners” w/ J. Caulfield, J. Dunn. 5/7/45
“The Emperor Waltz” w/ J. Fontaine. 9/26/49
“Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. 9/24/51
Mail Call (#91) w/ J. Garland, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#120) w/ Garry Moore, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#128) w/ C. Daley, L. Melchior. AFRS WWII
Paul Whiteman Presents (D. Shore) Rhythm Boys Reunion. NBC 7/4/43
A Question of Pianos (Catholic Charities Special) w/ M. O’Sullivan, B. Hope, J. Durante, A. Blyth. NBC
4/18/48
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
VFW Golden Jubilee Show w/ D. Shore, Dennis Day, Bob Crosby. AFRS 1949
Walter O’Keef’s Almanac (B.C. is interviewd) 12/62 (15 min.)

CROSBY, BOB
Command Performance (#199) w/ F. Langford, H. Peary. AFRS WWII
VFW Golden Jubilee Show w/ Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, D. Shore. AFRS 1949

CROSBY, GARY
Bing Crosby Show 4/18/51
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/4/54
Bing Crosby Show w/ L. Crosby. CBS 5/9/54

CROSBY, LINDSAY
Bing Crosby Chesterfield Show 12/19/51
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/11/54
Bing Crosby Show w/ G. Crosby. CBS 5/9/54

CROWLEY, PAT
Lux Radio Theatre “Welcome Stranger” w/ C. Grant, B. Fitzgerald. AFRS 4/5/54 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The War of the Worlds” w/ D. Andrews. AFRS 2/8/55 (1 hr.)

CRUMIT, FRANK
Harry Richman Show w/ J. Sanderson. (programs # 1 & 2) Synd. 1936 (30 min. total)

CUGAT, XAVIER
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) 7th War Loan Drive WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (c.3 hrs.)

CUKOR, GEORGE
Hollywood Calling (series #36) (George Fisher) w/ R. Burr, Jody Lawrence, G. Brent. Synd. c.1952

CUMMINGS, CONSTANCE
Theatre of Romance “The White Cliffs” CBS 5/22/45

CUMMINGS, ROBERT
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, L. Day, L. Durocher. NBC 2/4/51 (90 minutes)
Hollywood Calling (series #18) (George Fisher) w/ V. Field, O. Kruger, W. Hendrix. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre (AFRS except as noted, 1 hour each):
“You Can’t Take It With You” w/ E. Arnold, W. Connolly, F. Wray. CBS 10/2/39
“Without Reservations” w/ C. Colbert. 8/26/46
“Great Expectations” w/ A. Blyth. CBS 10/13/47
“Strangers on a Train” w/ D. Andrews, V. Mayo. 4/12/54 (no opening)
“What a Woman!” w/ R. Russell. 5/31/54
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Let’s Live a Little” NBC 1/16/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Bachelor Mother” w/ L. Ball. NBC 3/8/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Dead of the Night” CBS 11/16/44
Suspense “Want Ad” CBS 1/25/54

CURTIS, ALAN
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, W. Beery, L. Day. NBC 3/23/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Phantom Lady” w/ B. Aherne, E. Raines. CBS 3/27/44 (1 hr)

CURTIS, TONY
Hollywood Calling (series #27) (George Fisher) w/ R. Reagan, P. Laurie, L. Horne. Synd. c.1951
Suspense “The McKay College Basketball Scandal” CBS 9/23/51

all shows run 30 minutes each unless otherwise noted

DAHL, ARLENE
Academy Awards (P. Douglas, mc) (A.D. sings nominated song) ABC 3/25/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Lux Radio Theatre “David & Bathsheba” w/ M. Rennie. AFRS 10/19/54 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Sangaree” w/ C. Romero. AFRS 1/25/55 (1 hr.)
Stars Over Hollywood “Just for You” CBS 1/30/54

DAILEY, DAN
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“When My Baby Smiles at Me” w/ B. Grable. CBS 4/25/49 (good minus quality)
“A Ticket to Tomahawk” w/ A. Baxter. 6/4/51
“Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51
“You’re My Everything” w/ J. Crain. AFRS 2/23/53
“Deadline, U.S.A.” w/ D. Paget. AFRS 4/20/53
“Taxi!” w/ C. Gray. AFRS 10/19/53
“A Blueprint for Murder” w/ D. McGuire. AFRS 3/29/54
“Mother Wore Tights” w/ M. Gaynor. NBC 1/18/55
Screen Director’s Playhouse “You Were Meant for Me” NBC 3/13/49
Suspense “Six Feet Under” CBS 4/13/49
Suspense “Over the Bounding Main” CBS 9/14/50

DALBERT, SUZANNE
Hollywood Calling (series #24) (George Fisher) w/ A. Dekker, A. Mara, D. Reynolds. Synd. c.1951

DALEY, CASS
Bing Crosby Show NBC 10/21/43
Bing Crosby Show NBC 12/30/43
Command Performance (#131) w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, D. Haymes.
Command Performance (#155) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast) AFRS WWII (1 hr.)
Command Performance Xmas Special (all-star; see Autry, Gene for cast) AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
GI Journal (#53) w/ J.E. Brown, L. Ball. AFRS WWII
Jack Benny Program “Flat Tire” NBC 11/26/45
Mail Call (#128) w/ B. Crosby, M. Mears, L. Melchior. AFRS
Mail Call (#136) w/ N. Eddy, J. Lester, Andrews Sisters. AFRS

DANIELL, HENRY
Suspense “The Dealings of Mr. Markham” CBS 6/28/45
Suspense “Last Letter of Dr. Bronson” CBS 8/15/46

DANIELS, BEBE
Flesichmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ B. Lyon. NBC 12/20/34 (1 hr.)
Life with the Lyons (BBC, c. 1952, all co-star Ben Lyon. 30 minutes each):
#82 “Voyage Home” #88 “This Was Your Wife”
#83 “The Man from Texas” #89 “Teddy Trouble”
#84 “Lyon Club Reporter” #90 “The New Address”
#85 “Set Another Place at the Table” #91 “The Colonel’s Dilemma”
#86 “The Confused Cupid” #92 “Trouble in Camp”
#87 “The Scroungers” #93 “Strike it Rich”

DANTINE, HELMUT
Suspense “Taming of the Beast” w/ N. Kelly. CBS 3/29/45
Suspense “Russian New Year” CBS 1/13/57
Suspense “Headshrinker” w/ N. Foch. CBS 10/26/58

DARCEL, DENISE
Lux Radio Theatre “Westward the Women” w/ R. Taylor. AFRS 12/29/52 (1 hr.)

DARLING, JEAN
Theatre Guild “Knickerbocker Holiday” w/ W. Huston. ABC 12/30/45 (1 hr.)

DARNELL, LINDA
Camel Screen Guild Players “Letter to 3 Wives” w/ P. Douglas. CBS 11/3/49
Command Performance (#150) w/ M. Tilton, Amos ‘n’ Andy. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#157) w/ J. Durante, A. Treacher, J. Blair. AFRS
Command Performance (#197) w/ E. Cantor, M. Torme, M. Whiting. AFRS
GI Journal (#55) w/ J. Carson, B. Benaderet, C. Haines, M. Blanc. AFRS
Lux Radio Theatre “Christmas in July” w/ D. Powell, R. Walburn. CBS 6/26/44 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Devil and Miss Jones” w/ F. Morgan, G. Oliver. 3/12/45 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Fallen Angel” w/ M. O’Hara, M. Stevens. 6/17/46 (1 hr.)
Suspense “A Killing in Las Vegas” CBS 2/25/52
Theater Guild “Goodbye, Again” w/ E. Pinza, M. Carroll. NBC 2/12/50 (1 hr.)

DARWELL, JANE
Cavalcade of America “All That Money Can Buy” w/ E. Arnold, W. Huston, A. Shirley. NBC 10/20/41
Cavalcade of America “The General Wore Calico” NBC 10/18/43

da SILVA, HOWARD
Lux Radio Theatre “Great Expectations” w/ R. Cummings, A. Blyth. CBS 10/13/47 (1 hr.)
Suspense “You Take Ballistics” AFRS 3/17/47

DAVENPORT, DORIS
Lux Radio Theatre “The Westerner” w/ G. Cooper, W. Brennan. CBS 10/23/40 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)

DAVENPORT, HARRY
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Lightnin” w/ F. Bates, B. Britton, G. Murphy. CBS 6/3/46

DAVIES, MARION
Lux Radio Theatre “The Brat” w/ J. McCrea, G. Gordon. CBS 7/13/36 (first 45 minutes only) (fair-good)
Lux Radio Theatre “Peg o’ My Heart” w/ B. Aherne, B. Hume, J.F. MacDonald. CBS 11/29/37 (1 hr.)

DAVIS, BETTE
Academy Award “Jezebel” w/ A. Revere. CBS 3/30/46
Cavalcade of America “An American is Born” NBC 1/9/42
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 9/12/37 (1 hr.)
Command Performance (#148) w/ Bergen & McCarthy, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “This Lonely Heart” CBS 1/14/40
Hollywood Calling (series #40) (George Fisher) w/ M. Mitchell, J. Peters, R. Fleming. Synd. c.1952
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Susan and God” w/ W. Pidgeon. CBS 9/23/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Another Language” w/ F. MacMurray, J. Beal, M. Robson, M. Hamilton. 5/17/37
“Forsaking All Others” w/ J. McCrea. 2/28/38
“Dark Victory” w/ S. Tracy. 1/18/40
“The Letter” w/ H. Marshall. 4/21/41
“All This and Heaven, Too” w/ C. Boyer, E. Barrier. 12/15/41
“The Letter” w/ H. Marshall, V. Price. 3/6/44
“Mr. Skeffington” w/ P. Henreid. AFRS 11/1/45
“A Stolen Life” w/ G. Ford. AFRS 8/25/47
“June Bride” w/ J. Stewart. 6/14/48
“Payment on Demand” w/ B. Sullivan. AFRS 9/3/51
“All About Eve” w/ G. Merrill. 10/1/51
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Jezebel” W. Wyler (director). NBC 8/12/49
Shell Chateau w/ G. Jessel, E. Taylor. CBS 8/3/35 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Broken Prelude” CBS 12/11/38 (part 1 of 2)
Silver Theatre “Broken Prelude” CBS 12/18/38 (part 2 of 2)
Suspense “Goodnight, Mrs. Russell” CBS 10/20/49
Texaco Star Theatre w/ A. Menjou, U. Merkel. (B.D. in “Altar Ego”) CBS 10/5/38 (1 hr.)

DAVIS, JOAN
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, D. Fairbanks, Jr. NBC 12/3/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, B. Hope. NBC 4/1/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, P. Hoffa, J. Holliday, D. King, L. Kirk. NBC 4/22/51 (90 minutes)
Duffy’s Tavern 10/19/43
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ R. Gardiner. NBC 8/13/42
Rudy Vallee Show NBC c. 1942 (J.D. recalls vaudeville career)

DAY, DENNIS (send SASE for A Day in the Life of Dennis Day, The Dennis Day Show and The Jack Benny
Program listings)
Command Performance (#198) w/ G. Simms, J. Durante, Sportsmen Quartet. AFRS WWII
Dennis Day Show c. 1954/55 w/ C. Calloway.
Guest Star Syndicated 2/25/51 (15 minutes)
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Top o’ the Morning” w/ A. Blyth. CBS 3/17/52 (1 hr.)
Orson Welles Almanac CBS 4/5/44

Suspense “Christmas For Carol” CBS 12/21/50
VFW Golden Jubilee Show w/ Bing & Bob Crosby, D. Shore. AFRS 1949

DAY, LARAINE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, R. Cummings, L. Durocher. NBC 2/4/51 (90 minutes)
Cavalcade of America “The Camels are Coming” w/ J. McCrea. NBC 1/21/46
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, W. Beery, A. Curtis, M. Korjus. NBC 3/23/39 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Devil and Miss Jones” w/ G. Murphy, C. Coburn. CBS 6/7/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Shopworn Angel” w/ R. Walker. CBS 10/2/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild “Smilin’ Through” w/ V. Heflin, C.A. Smith. CBS 7/23/45
Lux Radio Theatre “Mr. Lucky” CBS 10/18/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Unguarded Hour” w/ R. Montgomery, Roland Young. CBS 12/4/44. (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Kentucky” w/ W. Brennan. CBS 5/28/45 (1 hr.)

DeCAMP, ROSEMARY
Cavalcade of America “The Exiled Heart” 7/5/48

DeCARLO, YVONNE
Hollywood Calling (series #14) (George Fisher) w/ G. O’Brien, C. McGraw, M. Morgan. Synd. c.1950

deCORDOBA, PEDRO
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hr. each)
“Madame Butterfly” w/ C. Grant, G. Moore. 3/8/37
“Magnificent Obsession” w/ R. Taylor, I. Dunne, S. Haden, B. Kent. 4/26/37
“Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ L. Howard, E. Landi. 6/21/37
“Dodsworth” w/ W. Huston, N. Sunderland, B. O’Neil, B. Kent. 10/4/37
“The Song of Songs” w/ M. Dietrich, D. Fairbanks, Jr., L. Atwill. 12/20/37

DeFORE, DON
Family Theatre “The Fountain of Youth” w/ M. O’Sullivan. D.D. is host. MBS 8/10/49
Lux Radio Theatre “The Affairs of Susan” w/ J. Fontaine, G. Brent. CBS 10/28/45 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “You Came Along” w/ V. Johnson, L. Scott. CBS 1/7/46 (1 hr)

De HAVEN, GLORIA
Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, J. Mercer, J. Allison, J. Russell, E. Smith, F. Langford, J.
Colonna. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#139) w/ R. Vallee, F. Allen, F. Sinatra, M. Livingstone. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#160) w/ J. Carson, B. Crosby, E. Arnold, C. Miranda.
Front Line Theater “The Gay Divorcee” w/ F. Sinatra, S. Byington. AFRS version of Lady Esther.
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see Benchley, Robert for cast) 10/8/44
(2 hrs. 15 minutes)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Gay Divorcee” w/ F. Sinatra, S. Byington, E.E. Horton. CBS
3/6/44
Mail Call (#104) w/ F. Allen, R. Vallee, F. Sinatra, M. Livingstone. AFRS
Mail Call (#127) w/ G. Marx, G. Krupa, I. Lupino, R. Benchley. AFRS
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ G. Murphy, B. Burns. Blue 12/10/44 (1 hr.) (2nd half muddy)

de HAVILLAND, OLIVIA
Academy Award “Hold Back the Dawn” CBS 7/31/46
Academy Award Theatre “Cheers for Miss Bishop” 11/6/46
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, M. Raye. NBC 4/15/51 (90 minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Next Time We Live” w/ J. Cagney, J. Lynn. CBS 2/18/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “My Love Came Back” w/ R. Young. CBS 3/16/41
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Strawberry Blonde” w/ J. Cagney, J. Carson. CBS 10/5/41
Hollywood Startime “Morning Glory” ABC 6/15/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Saturday’s Children” w/ R. Taylor. 10/26/36
“Captain Blood” w/ E. Flynn, B. Rathbone, D. Crisp. 2/22/37
“Under Two Flags” w/ H. Marshall, L. Velez, L. Atwill. 5/24/37
“Green Light” w/ E. Flynn, C.A. Smith. 1/31/38
“The Scarlet Pimpernel” w/ L. Howard, D. Green. 12/12/38
“Wings of the Navy” w/ G. Brent, J. Payne. 10/7/40
“Appointment for Love” w/ P. Lukas. 5/1/44
“Suspicion” w/ W. Powell. 9/18/44
“Tender Comrade” w/ J. Duprez, D. O’Keefe. 1/22/45
“Guest Wife” w/ D. Ameche. 12/10/45
“And Now Tomorrow” w/ J. Lund. 6/10/46
“Cluny Brown” w/ C. Boyer. AFRS 1/27/47
“The Corn is Green” w/ R. Basehart. 6/12/50
“The Heiress” w/ L. Calhern. 9/11/50
“My Cousin Rachel” AFRS 9/7/53
Registration “Get-out-the-Vote” special. w/ Ge. Kelly, J. Durante. CBS 9/13/44
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Dark Mirror” NBC 3/31/50
Suspense “Voyage Through Darkness” CBS 9/7/44
Texaco Star Theatre w/ J. Barrymore. (O.DeH. is “The Twilight Shore”) CBS 12/14/38 (1 hr.)

DeMILLE, CECIL B. (send SASE for Lux Radio Theatre listing)
Memoirs of the Movies “Nuts Among the Oranges” F.X. Bushman, narrator. 1959 (rebroadcast Dec. 1970)
Memoirs of the Movies “Two Kids for a Nickel” J.M. Brown, narrator. 1959 (rebroadcast 1970)
The Traitor Within: An In-Depth Look at Cancer w/ J. Stewart. NBC 4/12/53
The Victory Theatre “Amos ‘n’ Andy” w/ V. Moore, E. Arnold. (C.B.DeM. is host) CBS 8/26/42
What’s New? w/ H. Marshall, L. Horne. (C.B.DeM. is host) Blue 1/1/44 (1 hr.)

DeWOLFE, BILLY
Lux Radio Theatre “Miss SusieSlagle’s” w/ J. Caulfield, W. Holden. AFRS 10/21/46 (1 hr.)

DEE, FRANCES
Campbell Playhouse “Rabble in Arms” CBS 3/3/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Broadway Bill” w/ R. Taylor, G. Patrick, R. Walburn. 4/24/39
“If I Were King” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr., C. Hardwicke. 10/16/39
“The Happy Land” w/ D. Ameche, W. Brennan. 4/10/44
Texaco Star Theatre w/ J. Barrymore (F.D. w/ A. Menjou in “Song of Christmas”) CBS 12/21/38 (1 hr.)

DEKKER, ALBERT
Hollywood Calling (series #21) (George Fisher) w/ J. Hersholt, R. Stack, S. Kramer. Synd. c.1951
Hollywood Calling (series #24) (George Fisher) w/ S. Dalbert, A. Mara, D. Reynolds. Synd. c.1951
Lux Radio Theatre “Once Upon a Honeymoon” w/ C. Colbert, B. Aherne, L. Cregar. CBS 4/12/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “In Old Oklahoma” w/ R. Rogers, M. Scott. 3/13/44 (1 hr.)

DELTA RHYTHM BOYS
Command Performance (#202) w/ Andrews Sisters, Durante & Moore. AFRS 1945

DEMAREST, WILLIAM
Hollywood Calling (series #16) (George Fisher) w/ S. Churchill, V. Price, E. Keyes. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Salty O’Rourke” w/ A. Ladd, M. Reynolds. CBS 11/26/45 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Jolson Sings Again” w/ A. Jolson, B. Hale. CBS 5/22/50 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#142) w/ B. Hutton, F. Sinatra, V. Blaine, King Sisters. AFRS
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Night Has a Thousand Eyes” w/ E.G. Robinson. (J. Farrow, director). NBC
2/27/49

DEMPSEY, JACK
Lux Radio Theatre “Kid Galahad” w/ E.G. Robinson, J. Bennett, W. Morris. (J.D. and G. Tunney are
intermission guests) CBS 12/19/38

DENNING, RICHARD (send SASE for My Favorite Husband listing)
Family Theatre “Beauty & the Brain” w/ Jeanne Cagney. Syndicated c. 1950
Family Theatre “Thinking Makes it So” Syndicated c. 1950

DENNY, REGINALD
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Julius Caesar” w/ C. Rains, W. Abel, T. Mitchell. CBS 7/26/37 (1 hr.)

DEREK, JOHN
Hollywood Calling (series #13) (George Fisher) w/ G. Grahame, W. Lundigan, K. Douglas. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Calling (series #41) (George Fisher) w/ Art. Franz, M. Thompson, R. Toomey. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51 (1 hr.)

DEVINE, ANDY
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Hand of Providence” w/ J. Cagney, P. Lane, D. Meek. CBS 4/16/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Mr. Jinx Goes to Sea” w/ B. Crosby. CBS 12/10/39
Hollywood Calling (series #10) (George Fisher) w/ M. Rooney, H. Bogart, H. Duff. Synd. c.1950
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)

DICKSON, GLORIA
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Lux Radio Theatre “Angels with Dirty Faces” w/ J. Cagney, P. O’Brien. CBS 5/22/39 (rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Angels with Dirty Faces” w/ J. Cagney, P. O’Brien. CBS 5/22/39 (broadcast) (1 hr.)

DIETRICH, MARLENE
Bing Crosby Show CBS 5/7/52
Command Performance “Victory Extra” AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, M. Rosenbloom. NBC 11/16/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Desire” w/ F. MacMurray. CBS 12/1/40
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
It’s Time For Love “Uprising in Tanganyika” Synd. 1950’s
It’s Time For Love “Trip to Naples” Synd. 1950’s
It’s Time For Love “Bodine, the Confederate” Synd. 1950’s
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Pittsburgh” w/ J. Wayne, R. Scott. CBS 4/12/43
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Legionnaire and the Lady” w/ C. Gable. 6/1/36
“Desire” w/ H. Marshall, O. Kruger. 3/15/37
“The Song of Songs” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr., L. Atwill, P. deCordoba. 12/20/37
“Manpower” w/ E.G. Robinson, G. Raft. 3/16/42
“No Highway in the Sky” w/ J. Stewart. AFRS 4/28/52 (no opening)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “A Quiet Night at Home” (M.D. brief appearance) CBS 4/14/43
MGM Theater “Anna Karenina” Synd. c.1951 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “A Foreign Affair” w/ R. Russell, J. Lund. NBC 3/6/49 (special 1 hr.
broadcast)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “A Foreign Affair” w/ L. Ball, J. Lund. NBC 3/1/51 (1 hr.)
Studio One “Arabesque” CBS 6/29/48 (l hr.) (muddy sound-2nd half)
Suspense “Murder Strikes Three Times” CBS 2/16/50
U.S.O. Farewell Pgm. (D. Fairbanks, Jr. is host; all-star cast) NBC 1/11/48

DIONNE QUINTUPLETS
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal (all-star cast) Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)

DISNEY, WALT
Lux Radio Theatre “The Plutocrat” w/ W. Beery, C.K. Young, M. Rambeau. (W.D. is intermission guest)
CBS 9/28/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs” (W.D. is special guest) CBS 12/26/38 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ P. Whiteman, Amos ‘n’ Andy, M. Jeritza. NBC 9/29/35 (1 hr.)
This is Your Life: Mickey Mouse

DIX, RICHARD
Soldiers with Wings w/ J. Falkenberg, H. Morgan. NBC Blue 8/24/44
Suspense “Death Flies Blind” w/ G. Paige, M. Love. CBS 5/4/43

DMYTRYK, EDWARD
Hollywood Calling (series #29) (George Fisher) w/ M. Ferrer, C. Trevor, S. Forrest. Synd. c.1951

DODD, CLAIRE
Lux Radio Theatre “Romance” w/ M. Carroll, H. Marshall. CBS 2/21/38 (1 hr.)

DONLEVY, BRIAN
Academy Award “The Great McGinty” CBS 4/20/46
Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ C. Gable, W. Pidgeon, V. Johnson, E. Arnold,
J. Hodiak. NBC 12/1/49
Cavalcade of America “Double Play” w/ K. Smith. NBC 9/6/43
Cavalcade of America “Navy Doctor” NBC 12/6/43
Cavalcade of America “Big Boy” 9/27/47
Cavalcade of America “Joe Palmer’s Beard” 9/13/49
Cavalcade of America “Greeley of the Tribune” NBC 2/6/51
Front Line Theater “The Good Old Days” AFRS WWII
Lux Radio Theatre “Jezebel” w/ L. Young, J. Lynn. CBS 11/25/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Wake Island” w/ R. Preston, B. Crawford. CBS 10/26/42 (1 hr.)
Navy Relief Program w/ W. Winchell, W. Huston, J. Louis. Mutual 1/7/42
Suspense “The Black Path of Fear” CBS 8/31/44
Suspense “Out of Control” CBS 3/28/46

DONNELLY, RUTH
Lux Radio Theatre “True Confession” w/ L. Young, F. MacMurray. CBS 5/13/40 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became of . . .? R. Lamparski. c. 1970
DORN, PHILIP
Suspense “Portrait Without a Face” w/ M. Morgan. CBS 3/2/44

DORSEY, JIMMY
Kraft Music Hall 5/27/37
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) w/ T. Dorsey. NBC 7/6/44
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, E. Gardner. NBC 8/29/43 (part l only-15 minutes)

DORSEY, TOMMY
America Dances w/ vocals by C. Haines, F. Sinatra. Roseland Dance City, NYC CBS 5/28/40
Band remote. 5/28/40
Band remote. 6/1/46 from Casino Gardens, Oceanside, Cal.
Command Performance (#139) w/ R. Vallee, F. Allen, F. Sinatra, M. Livingstone. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#149) w/ C. Colbert, B. Burns, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#182) w/ B. Crosby, S. Jones. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#210) w/ B. Kay, M. Auer, C. Romero. AFRS
Fred Rich’s Friendly 5
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) w/ J. Dorsey. NBC 7/6/44
The Magic Key w/ I. Berlin, R. Vallee, T. Power, S. Henie. (“Second Fiddle” preview) NBC 6/26/39 (1 hr.)
RCA Show w/ D. Shore. NBC 8/26/45 (tribute to George Gershwin)
Tommy Dorsey’s Playshop Mutual 5/31/46
Your All-Time Hit Parade w/ A. Jolson. NBC 7/23/44

DOUGLAS, KIRK
Academy Award “Guest in the House” w/ A. Louise. CBS 9/25/46 (1 hr.)
Hollywood Calling (series #1) (George Fisher) w/ I. Lupino, Sally Forrest, C. Coburn, J. Livingston,
R. Evans. Synd. 1949
Hollywood Calling (series #13) (George Fisher) w/ J. Derek, G. Grahame, W. Lundigan. Synd. c.1950
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Champion” w/ M. Maxwell. CBS 10/13/49
Lux Radio Theatre “Detective Story” w/ E. Parker. CBS 4/26/54 (no opening) (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Champion” w/ F. Lovejoy. NBC 3/17/40
Suspense “Community Property” CBS 4/10/47
Suspense “Story of Markham’s Death” CBS 10/2/47
Suspense “The Butcher’s Wife” CBS 2/9/50 (fair-good quality)

DOUGLAS, MELVYN
America Calling (all star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Good News of 1939 (1 hour each):
w/ R. Young, J. Crawford, M. Sullavan. 11/17/38
w/ R. Young, V. Bruce, D. McPhail. 1/5/39
w/ R. Young, G. Russell, V. Bruce. 4/13/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ Burns & Allen, G. Murphy, S. Ross. CBS 2/26/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ C. Colbert, J.E. Brown, E. Fellows, P. Regan. 5/7/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “I Met Him in Paris” w/ A. Sothern, Robt. Young. CBS 2/4/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Love Affair” w/ M. Carroll. CBS 1/5/41
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Hired Wife” w/ J. Blondell. 4/20/41
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Dark Victory” w/ B. Stanwcyk. CBS 4/4/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Doctor Takes a Wife” w/ V. Bruce, L. Carver. CBS 12/8/41 (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” (A. Pringle, narrator) 1959
Silver Theatre “Love is Our Destiny” w/ C. Bennett. CBS 4/30/39
Theatre of Romance “To Mary, with Love” CBS 11/6/45

DOUGLAS, PAUL
Academy Awards (P.D. is mc) commentary by E. Arden, R. Reagan. ABC 3/23/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Bing Crosby Show w/ H. O’Connell. CBS 1/23/52
Camel Screen Guild Players “A Letter to 3 Wives” w/ L. Darnell. CBS 11/3/49
Lux Radio Theatre “Father Was a Fullback” w/ M. O’Hara. CBS 3/20/50 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “14 Hours” w/ T. Moore. AFRS 3/23/53 (1 hr.)
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special. (P.D. is mc) w/ D. Ellington, B. Berigan,
Kay Thompson, Adrian Rollins Trio, Raymond Scott Quintet, Glen Gray Orchestra, Pee Wee Hunt,
Larry Clinton, Claude Thornhill, B. Goodman, Teddy Wilson, G. Krupa, L. Hampton, Carl Kress,
Dick McDonough, Manny Klein, others. CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr., 40 minutes)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Big Lift” w/ E. O’Brien. NBC 1/18/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Fragile: Contents Death” CBS 2/1/51

DOW, PEGGY
Hollywood Calling (series #23) (George Fisher) w/ J. Hayward, C. Trevor, M. Hopkins. Synd. c.1951
Screen Director’s Playhouse “One Way Passage” w/ W. Powell. (T. Garnett,director) NBC 12/30/49

DOWNEY, MORTON
The Magic Key w/ M. Anderson, J. Hilton Orchestra. NBC 2/2/36

DOWNS, CATHY
Hollywood Calling (series #6) (George Fisher) w/ G. Langan, A. Jenkins, K. Murray. Synd. c.1949

DRAGONETTE, JESSICA (send SASE for Palmolive Beauty Box Theatre listing)
Good News of 1940 w/ L. Ross, E. Arnold, D. Fleischer. NBC 12/21/39 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ B. Lillie, J. Garber. NBC 10/27/35 (1 hr.)

DRAKE, ALFRED
Cavalcade of America “Pharmacist’s Mate, lst Class” w/ M. O’Shea. NBC 5/24/43
Cavalcade of America “Bullseye for Sammy” NBC 1/3/44
Columbia Presents Corwin “Unity Fair’ w/ G. Marx, K. Wynn. CBS 7/3/45
Textron Theatre “Cinderella” w/ H. Hayes. CBS 12/29/45

DRAKE, BETSY
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House” w/ C. Grant. NBC 6/9/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Shadow of a Doubt” w/ C. Grant. NBC 11/9/50 (1 hr.)

DRAKE, CHARLES
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Ivy” w/ J. Fontaine. NBC 1/11/51 (1 hr.)

DRAKE, TOM
Lux Radio Theatre “Meet Me in St. Louis” w/ J. Garland, M. O’Brien. CBS 12/1/46 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Meet Me in St. Louis” (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)

DRISCOLL, BOBBY
Cavalcade of America “Day They Gave Babies Away” NBC 12/25/51
Family Theatre “A Daddy for Xmas” w/ E. O’Brien. MBS 12/15/48
Lux Radio Theatre “Peter Pan” w/ K. Beaumont, J. Carradine. AFRS 12/21/53 (1 hr.)

DRU, JOANNE
Hollywood Calling (series #15) (George Fisher) w/ G. Autry, M. Carey, R. Carlson. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Red River” w/ J. Wayne, W. Brennan. CBS 3/7/49 (clipped closing) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. 9/24/51
Lux Radio Theatre “Trouble Along the Way” w/ V. Johnson. NBC 3/29/55 (1 hr)

DUFF, HOWARD
Adventures of Sam Spade (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“The Stopped-Watch Caper” 4/10/49
“Flopsy-Mopsy Cottentail Caper” 1949
“Dry Martini Caper” c. 1949
Hollywood Calling (series #10) (George Fisher) w/ M. Rooney, H. Bogart, A. Devine. Synd. c.1950
Suspense “The Will to Power” CBS 1/9/47
Suspense “Dead Ernest” CBS 5/8/47
Suspense “100 in the Dark” CBS 11/20/47
Suspense “The Kandy Tooth” w/ L. Tuttle. CBS 1/10/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Eyewitness” CBS 12/16/56
Suspense “On a Country Road” w/ I. Lupino. CBS 5/10/59
Theatre of Romance “Next Time We Love” w/ J. Blondell. CBS 3/12/46

DUGAY, YVETTE
Hollywood Calling (series #38) (George Fisher) w/ F. Lovejoy, B. Hutton, P. Wymore. Synd. c.1952

DUMBRILLE, DOUGLASS
Lux Radio Theatre “Cardinal Richelieu” w/ G. & F. Arliss, C. Romero, H. Angel, M. Love. CBS 1/23/39
(1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Lives of a Bengal Lancer” w/ E. Flynn, B. Aherne, C.A. Smith, J. Cooper. CBS
4/10/39 (1 hr.)

DUNCAN SISTERS
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, C. Rains, E. Logan, Howard & Shelton. NBC 4/4/35 (no ads) (1 hr).

DUNN, JAMES
Front Line Theater “Vivacious Lady” w/ G. Rogers, W. Pidgeon. AFRS WWII
Hollywood Calling (series #3) (George Fisher) w/ P. Neal, Robt. Livingston, Cobina Wright. Synd. 1949
Hollywood Startime “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” w/ P.A. Garner. CBS 1/27/46

DUNNE, IRENE
Academy Award “White Cliffs of Dover” CBS 9/18/46
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Alone in Paris” w/ C. Grant, W. Connolly, H. Bing. CBS 4/30/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “My Favorite Wife” w/ R. Montgomery. CBS 3/23/41
Hallmark Playhouse “Cimarron” CBS 9/9/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Brief Encounter” w/ H. Marshall. CBS 1/26/48 (no opening)
Lux Radio Theatre (all CBS except noted, 1 hour each):
“Magnificent Obsession” w/ R. Taylor, P. de Cordoba, S. Haden, B. Kent. 4/26/37
“Theodora Goes Wild” w/ C. Grant. 6/13/38
“The Sisters” w/ D. Niven, G. Gordon. 10/9/38
“Love Affair” w/ W. Powell. 4/1/40
“Unfinished Business” w/ D. Ameche. 10/6/41
“Love Affair” w/ C. Boyer. 7/6/42
“To Mary, With Love” w/ R. Milland, O. Kruger. 11/16/42
“Penny Serenade” w/ J. Cotten, E. Buchanan. 5/18/44
“Anna and the King of Siam” w/ R. Harrison. AFRS 1/20/47
“Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House” w/ C. Grant. CBS 10/10/49
“June Bride” w/ F. MacMurray. AFRS 12/22/53
“The Awful Truth” w/ C. Grant./ NBC 1/18/55 (no commercials, curtain call or closing)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Magnificent Obsession” NBC 2/13/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “My Favorite Wife” w/ C. Grant. NBC 12/7/50 (1 hr)

DUNNINGER
Jack Benny Program w/ Amos ‘n’ Andy. NBC 11/5/44

DUPREZ, JUNE
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Tender Comrade” w/ O. DeHavilland, D. O’Keefe. 1/22/45
“Alexander Graham Bell” w/ D. Ameche. 5/14/45
“Murder My Sweet” w/ D. Powell, C. Trevor. 6/11/45 (dress rehearsal)
Suspense “The Brighton Strangler” w/ J. Loder. CBS 12/21/44
Suspense “A Thing of Beauty” CBS 12/28/44
Suspense “Your Devoted Wife” w/ B. Johnstone. CBS 6/20/46

DURANTE, JIMMY

The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, J. Ferrer. NBC 11/5/50 (premiere) (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, P. Como, B. Hope. NBC 11/19/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ C. Webb, I. Coca, C. Boyer. NBC 12/10/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ R. Merrill, M. O’Brien, B. Lahr, E. Wynn. NBC 12/24/50 (90 mins.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ L. Calhern, M. Raye. NBC 1/14/51 (90 minutes
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, R. Cummings, L. Day. NBC 2/4/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Jackson, C. Holm, Smith & Dale. NBC 3/11/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ R. Harrison, J. Holliday. NBC 3/25/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ M. Berle, E. Merman. NBC 4/29/51 (90 minutes)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Snow White” w/ M. O’Brien. CBS 6/7/48
Catholic Charities “A Question of Pianos” w/ M. O’Sullivan, B. Crosby, B. Hope, A. Blyth. NBC 4/18/48
Command Performance (#148) “Encore Performance” w/ Bergen & McCarthy, B. Davis. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#149) w/ C. Colbert, B. Burns, T. Dorsey. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#155) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast) (1 hr.)
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, A. Treacher, J. Blair.
Command Performance Xmas special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min)
Command Performance (#200) w/ Garry Moore, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#202) w/ Andrews Sisters, C. Holm, G. Moore. AFRS 1945
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Family Theatre “Mr. Carousel” MBS 11/17/48
Jimmy Durante (NBC, 30 minutes each):
10/8/47 w/ E. Cantor 10/22/47 w/ V. Moore
10/29/47 w/ L. Ball 11/5/47 w/ B. Crosby
11/12/47 w/ D. Lamour 11/26/47 w/ V. Moore
12/3/47 w/ C. Boyer. 12/10/47 w/ B. Karloff
12/17/47 w/ V. Moore 12/24/47 w/ M. O’Brien
12/31/47 w/ R. Skelton, G. Moore 1/7/48 w/ B. Hope, V. Moore
(NOTE: J.D. does not appear on programs of 12/31/47 & 1/7/48 above)
Jimmy Durante/Garry Moore Show “Foreign Legion” CBS 11/15/46 (no ads)
Jumbo 10/29/35
Kraft Music Hall w/ A. Jolson. NBC 12/18/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Music for Millions” w/ M. O’Brien, J. Iturbi. AFRS 5/27/46 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#91) w/ J. Garland, B. Crosby, A. Treacher. AFRS
Mail Call (#111) w/ G. Simms, H. James, J. Mercer, J. Stafford. AFRS
Mail Call (#125) w/ D. Shore, V. O’Brien, M. Woolley. AFRS
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, R. Bargy. NBC 8/15/43
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 12/4/46
Radio Hall of Fame w/ T. Brenneman, C. Miranda, A. Treacher. Blue 1/21/45 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ A. Templeton, J. Fontaine. Blue 2/13/44 (1 hr.)
Registration “Get-out-the-Vote” special w/ Ge. Kelly, O. deHavilland. CBS 9/13/44
Sealtest Variety Theatre w/ D. Lamour, E.G. Robinson. NBC 11/4/48
Texaco Star Theatre w/ F. Allen. 1/23/44
Theatre, USA w/ E. Fitzgerald, M. Sullavan. AFRS 4/28/49

DURBIN, DEANNA
Command Performance (#139) w/ J. Benny, J. Cagney, T. Dorsey.
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Cooper, P. Kelly, Parkyakarkus, G. Murphy. CBS 4/23/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Alice Adams” w/ A. Marshal. CBS 10/12/41
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Up in Central Park” w/ D. Haymes. CBS 6/28/48
Lux Radio Theatre “Mad About Music” w/ H. Marshall, G. Patrick, W. Frawley, CBS 4/18/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “His Butler’s Sister” w/ P. O’Brien, R. Paige. CBS 2/7/44 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ Tim & Irene, A. Jones, J. Cooper. NBC 12/28/35 (1 hr.)
Texaco Town (E. Cantor) CBS 2/2/38
Texaco Town (E. Cantor) CBS 3/23/38

DUROCHER, LEO
Fred Allen Show “Brooklyn Pinafore” NBC 11/25/45
Jack Benny Show w/ R. & B. Colman. NBC 11/17/46

DURYEA, DAN
Lux Radio Theatre “Woman in the Window” w/ E.G. Robinson, J. Bennett. AFRS 6/25/45 (1 hr.)
The Man From Homicide “Don Shelbarger Has Been Murdered” ABC 7/9/51
Suspense “Will to Power” CBS 1/9/47
Suspense “The Man Who Couldn’t Lose” CBS 12/12/47
Suspense “Remember Me” w/ C. Lawrence. CBS 4/7/52

all shows run 30 minutes each unless otherwise noted


EASTHAM, RICHARD
The Big Show w/ J. Frisco, P. Lorre, F. McGee & Molly, E. Merman. NBC 3/9/52 (90 minutes)

EBERLY, BOB
Whatever Became of . . . ? “Big Bands” II w/ G.T. Simon. 12/13/71 (hollow sound)

EBSEN, BUDDY
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, G. Murphy, E. Powell, J. Garland, J. MacDonald, A. Jones,
S. Tucker. NBC 11/4/37 (1 hr.) (premiere)

EDDY, NELSON
Bell Telephone Hour (#76) (Music from America) AFRS
Bell Telephone Hour (#82) (Music from America) AFRS
Camel Theater “Sweethearts” w/ J. MacDonald. 12/23/48
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ Bergen & McCarthy, W.C. Fields, D. Ameche, W. Barrie. 8/8/37 (1 hr.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour (Bergen & McCarthy) w/ R. Vallee, S. Eilers. NBC 10/3/37
Chase & Sanborn Hour (Bergen & McCarthy) w/ D. Ameche, M. West, D. Lamour. 12/12/37 (1 hr.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ E. Logan, R. Cromwell, K. Lockhart, E. Arnold. NBC 8/14/38 (1 hr.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ R. Bellamy, D. Lamour, E. Arnold. 8/28/38 (1 hr.)
Command Performance w/ F. Morgan, F. Sinatra, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII
Concert Hall w/ L. Barrymore (host) AFRS
Edgar Bergen Show CBS 6/20/54
Family Theatre “The Lonely Road” w/ G. Peck. N.E. is host. MBS 5/15/47
Good News of 1938 w/ L.B. Mayer, J. Stewart, R. Bolger. 12/23/37 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ A. Sheridan, Fibber McGee & Molly, D. Fairbanks, jr. CBS 5/28/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Blue Bird” w/ S. Temple. CBS 12/24/39 (lacks first portion; only 23
minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Juggler of Notre Dame” w/ R. Colman. CBS 12/22/40
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ B. Crosby, F. Sinatra, J. Garland. CBS 12/9/45 (60 minutes)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Sweethearts” w/ J. MacDonald. 3/25/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Rose Marie” w/ J. MacDonald. 6/23/47 (no opening)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Phantom of the Opera” w/ S. Foster, B. Rathbone. 9/14/43
“Naughty Marietta” w/ J. MacDonald. 6/12/44
“Maytime” w/ J. MacDonald. 9/4/44
Mail Call (#103) w/ N. Shearer, Andrews Sisters, J. Carson, A. Rutherford.
Mail Call (#136) w/ N. Shearer, Andrews Sisters, J. Carson, A. Rutherford.
Mail Call (#271) w/ Chili Williams, S. Holloway, G. Simms. AFRS WWII
Nelson Eddy Show AFRS 12/6/44
Nelson Eddy Show AFRS 3/4/45 (some surface noise)

EDWARDS, CLIFF
Harry Richman Show (#18 & 19) Synd. 1936-37 (30 min. total)
Lux Radio Theatre “Pinocchio” w/ D. Jones, C. Rubb, W. Catlett. CBS 12/25/39 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame (Philco Summer Hour) Blue 9/17/44 (1 hr.)

EDWARDS, GUS
The Eddie Cantor Show 8/22/45
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) w/ Our Gang Kids, MBS 2/6/38

EDWARDS, RALPH
Command Performance (#195) “Truth or Consequences” w/ B. Hope. AFRS WWII
Guest Star “Truth or Consequences” Syndicated 6/27/48 (15 minutes)
Jack Benny Program “Winner of Walking Man” NBC 3/14/48
Radio Hall of Fame w/ C. Hardwicke, L. Adler. Blue (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Stars in Their Courses” w/ H. Hayes. CBS 11/13/38 (part 1)
Silver Theatre “Stars in Their Courses” w/ H. Hayes. CBS 11/20/38 (part 2)
Suspense “Ghost Hunt” CBS 6/23/49
This is Your Life, Charlie McCarthy NBC 3/1/50 (part 1)
This is Your Life, Charlie McCarthy NBC 3/8/50 (part 2)

EILERS, SALLY
Chase & Sanborn Hour (Bergen & McCarthy) w/ R. Vallee. NBC 10/3/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Cappy Ricks” w/ C. Winninger, R. Arlen. CBS 3/1/37 (1 hr.)

ELDER, RUTH
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ C. Hardwicke. CBS 1/10/40 (1 hr.)

ELDRIDGE, FLORENCE
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Death Takes a Holiday” w/ F. March, K. Johnson. CBS 3/22/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Outsider” w/ F. March, D. Montgomery, D. Crisp. CBS 9/20/37 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “No Time for Comedy” w/ F. March, W. Abel. ABC 3/9/47 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Cyrano de Bergerac” w/ F. March. ABC 10/12/47 (1 hr.)

ELLINGTON, DUKE
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ J. Hilton. NBC 5/29/41 (1 hr.)
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special. (see P. Douglas for cast) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr. 40 min.)

ELLIOTT, BILL
All-Star Western Theater “Beginning of Biff Barlow” Syndicated 10/6/46
Philco Radio Time (Bing Crosby) ABC 3/24/48

ELLIS, ANITA
Command Performance (#307) w/ H. Marx, Sweeney & March. AFRS WWII (unedited version, c. 40 min.)

EMERSON, HOPE
Hollywood Calling (series #26) (George Fisher) w/ E. Parker, W. Holden, B. Stanwyck. Synd. c.1951

ERSKINE, MARILYN
Stars Over Hollywood “Skin Deep” CBS 1/23/54

ERWIN, STUART
Lux Radio Theatre “Ceiling Zero” w/ J. Cagney, R. Bellamy, B. Mallory, Jeanne Cagney. CBS 2/27/39
(1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Our Time” w/ F. Craven, W. Holden, M. Scott, F. Bainter, B. Bondi, T. Mitchell,
G. Kibbee. CBS 5/6/40 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Two Sharp Knives” 12/22/42
Theatre Guild “Morning’s at Seven” w/ S. Booth, A. MacMahon, R. Morgan. ABC 11/25/45 (1 hr.)

ETTING, RUTH
Dodge Show Syndicated 1936 (15 minutes) (fair-good quality)
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening w/ J. Melton, A. Jolson, I. Rich, B. Crosby, J. Green, W.H. Hays, R. Vallee,
J. Benny, M. Livingston, J.C. Thomas, M. Robson, G. Rice, L. LaPlante, B. Rogers, D. Fairbanks, Jr.,
P. Whiteman, J. Durante, J. Fidler, A. Jaimeson, “Whispering” Jack Smith. NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)

EVANS, DALE
Bing Crosby Show NBC 1/20/44

EVANS, JOAN
Hollywood Calling (series #20) (George Fisher) w/ J. Carson, S. Blackmer, C. Heston. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Our Very Own” w/ R. Wagner, T. Moore. AFRS 10/5/53 (1 hr)

EVANS, MADGE
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Alias Jimmy Valentine” w/ P. O’Brien, A. Jenkins, W. Frawley. 11/9/36
“Beau Brummel” w/ R. Montgomery, L.G. Carroll, G. Lockhart. 7/5/37
“Up Pops the Devil” w/ F. MacMurray, J. McLeary. 10/18/37

EVANS, MAURICE
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ E. Merman. NBC 5/20/37 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ W. Howard. NBC 9/16/37 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (M.E. & S. Field in “Berkeley Square”) 11/29/39 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Macbeth” w/ J. Anderson, E. Sloane. ABC 5/11/47 (1 hr.)

EVANS, RAY (see Livingston, Jay)

EVELYN, JUDITH
Best Plays “Craig’s Wife” w/ J. Beal. NBC 12/14/52 (1 hr.)
Studio One “Uncle Harry” w/ M. Redgrave. CBS 3/2/48 (1 hr.)

all shows run 30 minutes each unless otherwise noted