Performers F-J

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

FADIMAN, CLIFTON (send SASE for Information, Please listing)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 11/2/47

FAIRBANKS, DOUGLAS JR.
Academy Award “The Prisoner of Zenda” w/ V. Bruce. CBS 7/17/46
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, P. Silvers. NBC 12/3/50 (90 minutes)
Cavalcade of America “Doctor and the President” w/ M. O’Sullivan. NBC 4/21/47
Cavalcade of America “Unheroic Hero” NBC 2/21/49
Cavalcade of America “The Stepping Stones” NBC 11/21/50
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ N. Eddy, A. Sheridan, Fibber McGee & Molly. CBS 5/28/39
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Old Lady Shows Her Medals” w/ L. Barrymore, E. Barrymore. CBS
10/7/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
‘The Song of Songs” w/ M. Dietrich, L. Atwill, P. de Cordoba. 12/20/37
“Brief Moment” w/ G. Rogers, L. Calhern. 2/14/38
“Prisoner of Zenda” w/ R. Colman, B. Hume, C.A. Smith. 6/5/39 (dress rehearsal)
“Prisoner of Zenda” w/ R. Colman, B. Hume, C.A. Smith. 6/5/39 (broadcast)
“If I Were King” w/ F. Dee, C. Hardwicke. 10/16/39
“Nothing Sacred” w/ J. Bennett. 11/11/40
“Third Finger, Left Hand” w/ M. Scott. 9/29/41
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hrs. & 30 minutes)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Exile” w/ J. Waldo, R. Burr. NBC 1/23/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Exile” (dress rehearsal) 1/19/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Fighting O’ Flynn” NBC 4/17/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Prince of Foxes” NBC 1/4/51 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Captain from Castile” w/ Paula Morgan. NBC 5/3/51 (1 hr.)
Studio One “The Secret Agent” AFRS c.1948 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Deep into Darkness” CBS 7/22/48
Theatre of Romance “The Corsican Brothers” CBS 1/8/46 (no commercials)
USO Farewell Pgm. (D.F. is mc) w/ all-star cast. NBC 1/11/48

FALKENBERG, JINX
Bing Crosby Show NBC 9/16/43
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Duffy’s Tavern 1/11/46
Mail Call (#135) w/ J. Benny, Rochester, C. Colbert, J. Crain, P. Goddard. AFRS
Soldiers With Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)
Soldiers with Wings w/ R. Dix, H. Morgan. NBC Blue 8/24/44

FARMER, FRANCES
Lux Radio Theatre “Men in White” w/ S. Tracy, V. Bruce. CBS 1/4/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “British Agent” w/ E. Flynn. CBS 6/7/37 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Sisters” CBS 3/30/58

FARRELL, CHARLES (send SASE for My Little Margie listing)
Bob Hope Show c.1952 from Palm Springs
Jack Benny Program “Murder at the Racquet Club” w/ C. Butterworth. NBC 3/9/41
Jack Benny Program “Murder at the Racquet Club” w/ P. Lukas. 4/11/48
Jack Benny Program “Murder at the Racquet Club” w/ F. Sinatra, S. Goldwyn. 4/18/48
Jack Benny Program “How Palm Springs was Founded” CBS 2/11/51
Lux Radio Theatre “Seventh Heaven” w/ J. Gaynor. CBS 3/26/51 (1 hr.)

FARRELL, GLENDA
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 8/22/37 (1 hr.)
Silver Theaatre “The Man from Medicine Bow” w/ C. Morris. CBS 4/9/39
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (G.F. & F. Tone in “Candle Light”) CBS 11/22/39 (1 hr.)

FAY, FRANK
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 11/12/44
The Magic Key (Richard Himber) NBC 1/26/36 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ R. Skelton, G. Simms. Blue 12/12/43 (1 hr.)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 5/15/41 (rehearsal)

FAYE, ALICE (send SASE for Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show listing)
Fitch Bandwagon “Jack Benny Renews Phil’s Contract” NBC c. 1946 (hollow)
Fleischman Hour w/ R. Vallee, K. Carlisle, G. Gershwin, J. Dixon. NBC 11/9/33 (1 hr.)
Fleischman Hour w/ M. Sullavan, Howard and Shelton. 11/16/33 (1 hr.)
Fleischman Hour w/ F. LaGuardia, C. Nagel (orig. 1 hr./incomplete)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, S. Tracy. NBC 9/1/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, B. Joyce, R. Greene. NBC 1/25/40 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/23/41
Jack Benny Program “New Tenant” NBC 12/28/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ R. Milland, R. Preston. 6/13/40
“Vivacious Lady” w/ D. Ameche. 1/6/41
“City for Conquest” w/ P. Foster. 2/9/42
“Hello, Frisco, Hello” w/ R. Young. 11/15/43
Suspense “Death on My Hands” w/ P. Harris. CBS 5/10/51

FELLER, BOB
Jack Benny Program w/ M. Maxwell. NBC 6/20/48

FELLOWS, EDITH
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ M. Douglas, C. Colbert, J.E. Brown, P. Regan. CBS 5/7/39
Lux Radio Theatre “She Married Her Boss” w/ G. Rogers, G. Brent. CBS 9/25/39 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became Of . . . ? (R. Lamparski) c. 1970

FERRER, JOSE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, J. Durante. NBC 11/5/50 (90 minutes) (premiere)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, B. Hope, J. Durante. NBC 11/19/50 ( 90 minutes)
Suspense “The Pit & the Pendelum” CBS 11/27/47
Textron Theatre “A Child is Born” w/ H. Hayes. CBS 12/22/45

FERRER, MEL
Hollywood Calling (series #29) (George Fisher) w/ C. Trevor, Sally Forrest, E. Dmytryk. Synd. c.1951
Lux Radio Theatre “Undercurrent” w/ J. Fontaine. CBS 11/30/53 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Willow & I” w/ J. Wyman. AFRS 1/22/50 (1 hr.)

FETCHIT, STEPIN
Fleischman Hour w/ R. Vallee, Gladys Cooper, L. Boyer. NBC 10/24/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY
The Big Show w/ R. Eastham, J. Frisco, P. Lorre, E. Merman. NBC 3/9/52 (90 minutes)
Birdseye Open House NBC 5/3/45
Bob Hope Show (E. Cantor, guest host) w/ R. Skelton, Amos ‘n’ Andy. NBC 11/18/47 (sl. muddy sound)
Family Theatre “Advice to the Lovelorn” MBS 10/30/47
GI Journal (#77) w/ F. Sinatra, G. Rogers, A.Q. Bryan. AFRS
The Great Gildersleeve “McGee’s Visit” 1/10/43
Guest Star Syndicated 6/20/48 (15 minutes)
Guest Star Syndicated 9/25/49 (15 minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ N. Eddy, A. Sheridan, D. Fairbanks, jr. CBS 5/28/39
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Heavenly Days!” CBS 2/10/47
Lux Radio Theatre “The Whole Town’s Talking” w/ P. Guilfoyle. CBS 2/24/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Mama Loves Papa” CBS 4/8/41 (1 hr.)
Same Time, Same Station “Fibber McGee and Molly Story” 7/15/73 (interview with Jim Jordan) (part 1 of
3) (1hr.)
Same Time, Same Station 7/22/73 (part 2 of 3) (1 hr.)
Same Time, Same Station 7/29/72 (part 3 of 3) (1 hr.)
Screen Guild Theatre w/ G. Cooper, E. Arnold, J. Bennett. 3/9/41
Silence Means Security 1943
Suspense “Back-Seat Driver” CBS 2/3/49
Suspense “Back-Seat Driver” CBS 2/21/51

FIELD, SYLVIA
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (S.F. & M. Evans in “Berkeley Square”) CBS 11/29/39

FIELD, VIRGINIA
Hollywood Calling (series #18) (George Fisher) w/ O. Kruger, R. Cummings, W. Hendrix. Synd. c.1950

FIELDS, GRACIE
Duffy’s Tavern 3/5/47
Radio Hall of Fame w/ I. Chase, D. Thomas, Andrews Sisters. Blue 3/5/44 (1 hr)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 11/15/42

FIELDS, W.C.
Chase & Sanborn Hour (NBC, 1 hour each):
5/30/37 w/ Bergen & McCarthy, D. Ameche, J. Iturbi, J. Hutchinson.
6/13/37 w/ Bergen & McCarthy, D. Ameche, J. Blondell, Rodgers/Hart.
6/27/37 w/ Bergen & McCarthy, D. Ameche, S. Henie. (brief passage cross-talk during Fields’
routine) (1 hr.)
7/11/37 w/ Bergen & McCarthy, D. Ameche, R. Middleton, G. George.
8/8/37 w/ Bergen & McCarthy, D. Ameche, W. Barrie, N. Eddy.
Command Performance Xmas special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Poppy” w/ A. Shirley, J. Payne, S. Gallagher. CBS 3/7/38 (1 hr.)
Your Hit Parade 10/22/38 (45 minutes)

FISHER, EDDIE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, F. Allen. NBC 3/18/51 (90 minutes)
Guest Star Syndicated 6/15/52 (15 minutes)
Stars On Parade (#567) “At Ease” Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)

FITZGERALD, BARRY
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Going My Way” w/ B. Crosby, G. Murphy. CBS 1/8/45
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Lost Weekend” w/ R. Milland, J. Wyman. (B.F. is special guest) 1/7/46
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Top o’ the Morning” w/ D. Day, A. Blyth. CBS 3/17/52
“Welcome Stranger” w/ C. Grant, P. Crowley. AFRS 4/5/54
“Going My Way” w/ W. Lundigan. AFRS 5/3/54
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) ABC 5/5/48

FITZGERALD, ELLA
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Cantor. NBC 3/18/51 (90 minutes)
Bing Crosby Show w/ J. Venuti. CBS 12/18/52
Theatre, USA w/ J. Durante, M. Sullavan. AFRS 4/28/49

FITZGERALD, GERALDINE
Campbell Playhouse “The Citadel” w/ O. Welles. 1/21/40 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “Nurses Under Sealed Orders” NBC 5/17/43
Radio Hall of Fame w/ A. Knox, E. & K. Wynn, Andrews Sisters. Blue 10/1/44 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Which Was the Rescuer” CBS 11/21/46
Radio Reader’s Digest “Lady for Ransom” CBS 1/29/48
Studio One “Earth & High Heaven” CBS 12/1/47 (1 hr.)
Studio One “Earth & High Heaven” CBS 12/1/47 (1 hr.) (dress rehearsal)
Suspense “A Friend to Alexander” w/ R. Young. CBS 8/3/43
Suspense “Philomel Cottage” w/ O. Welles. CBS 10/7/43
Suspense “A Friend to Alexander” CBS 6/15/44
Theatre of Romance “Rendevous at Mayerling” CBS 12/5/44

FLEMING, RHONDA
Family Theatre “The Legacy” w/ M. Lindsay. MBS 5/18/49
Hollywood Calling (series #5) w/ V. Mature, Sabu, P.L. Hayes. Synd. c.1949
Hollywood Calling (series #40) w/ M. Mitchell, J. Peters, B. Davis. Synd. c.1952
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Great Lover” w/ B. Hope. NBC 3/22/51 (1 hr.)

FLYNN, ERROL
Cavalcade of America “They Died with Their Boots On” NBC 11/17/41
Command Performance (#131) w/ B. Stanwyck, D. Haymes, C. Daley. AFRS
Gulf Screen Guild Show “ w/ C. Bennett, R. Benchley, M. Rosenbloom, G. Nissen. CBS 5/21/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Allergic to Ladies” w/ J. Wyman, A. Hale. CBS 11/24/40
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Gentleman Jim” w/ A. Smith, W. Bond, G. Withers. CBS 2/14/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Captain Blood” w/ O. de Havilland, B. Rathbone, D. Crisp. 2/22/37
“British Agent” w/ F. Farmer. 6/7/37
“These Three” w/ B. Stanwyck, M. Astor, A. Kruger, M.M. Jones. 12/6/37
“Green Light” w/ O. de Havilland, C.A. Smith. 1/31/38
“The Perfect Specimen” w/ J. Blondell, M. Robson. 1/2/39
“Lives of a Bengal Lancer” w/ C.A. Smith, J. Cooper, D. Dumbrille, B.Aherne. 4/10/39
“Virginia City” w/ M. Scott. 5/26/41 (fair quality)
Theatre of Romance “Gentleman Jim” CBS 2/5/46

FOCH, NINA
NBC Star Playhouse “John Loves Mary” w/ V. Johnson. 1/17/54 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Headshrinker” w/ H. Dantine. CBS 10/26/58
Theatre Guild “The Unguarded Hour” w/ M. Redgrave. NBC 12/28/52 (1 hr.)

FONDA, HENRY
Academy Award “Young Mr. Lincoln” CBS 7/3/46
Cavalcade of America “Big Boy Blue” NBC 12/10/45
Cavalcade of America “Kansas Marshall” NBC 3/31/47
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Fleischman Hour (R. Vallee) w/ June Walker. NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)
Hotpoint Holiday Hour “Man Who Came to Dinner” w/ J. Benny, C. Boyer, G. Peck, D. McGuire, R. Russell
(H.F. is host) CBS 12/25/49 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theater “Destry Rides Again” w/ P. Goddard. CBS 2/2/41
Lux Radio Theatre “Mary Burns, Fugitive” w/ M. Hopkins. CBS 4/11/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “I Met My Love Again” w/ J. Bennett. CBS 5/30/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Magnificent Dope” w/ D. Ameche, L. Bari. CBS 9/28/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “My Darling Clementine” CBS 4/28/47 (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “TheFilm Factories” (F. Tone, narrator) 1959 (1970 re-broadcast)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” (A. Pringle, narrator)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) ABC 5/12/48
Suspense “Summer Storm” CBS 10/18/45
Theatre of Romance “Casanova Brown” CBS 11/13/45

FONTAINE, FRANK
Jack Benny Program “Jack Gives 50c to Panhandler” CBS 4/9/50
Jack Benny Program “London Trip” CBS 5/25/52

FONTAINE, JOAN
Academy Award Theater “Portrait of Jennie” 12/4/46
Cavalcade of America “The Girl Lincoln Loved” w/ W. Huston. NBC 10/23/44
Cavalacde of America “Mary of Murray Hill” NBC 2/20/51
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “Rebecca” w/ J. Cotten. CBS 10/1/46
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Waterloo Bridge” w/ B. Aherne. CBS 1/12/41
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Rebecca” w/ B. Aherne. CBS 5/3/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “A Farewell to Arms” w/ G. Cooper. 4/10/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Plainsman” w/ J. Arthur, F. March. 5/31/37
“Suspicion” w/ B. Aherne, N. Bruce. 5/4/42
“The Affairs of Susan” w/ G. Brent, D. DeFore. 10/28/45
“Frenchman’s Creek” w/ D. Niven. AFRS 2/10/47
“The Emperor Waltz” w/ Bing Crosby. 9/26/49
“September Affair” w/ J. Cotten. 1/26/53
“The President’s Lady” w/ C. Heston. 9/28/53
“June Bride” W/ F. MacMurray. 12/28/53 (no opening/closing/commercials)
NBC Star Playhouse “Biography” 2/7/54 (1 hr.) (good-minus quality)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ A. Templeton, J. Durante. Blue 2/13/44 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Affairs of Susan” (W. Seiter, director) NBC 12/16/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “It Had to be You” w/ G. Mohr. NBC 1/27/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Ivy” w/ C. Drake. NBC 1/11/51 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Pride and Prejudice” AFRS 11/18/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Camille” w/ L. Jourdan. NBC 4/3/49 (1 hr.) (no opening or closing)
Theatre Guild “A Farewell to Arms” w/ H. Bogart. NBC 10/22/50 (1 hr.) (no opening or closing)
Theater Guild “The House of Mirth” NBC 12/14/52 (1 hr.)

FONTANNE, LYNN
Theatre Guild (ABC, 1 hour each):
“Elizabeth the Queen” w/ A. Lunt. 12/2/45
“Strange Interlude” w/ W. Abel. (part 2) 4/7/46
“Call it a Day” w/ A. Lunt. 6/2/46
“The Great Adventure” w/ A. Lunt. 1/5/47
“Pygmalion” w/ A. Lunt. AFRS 10/21/51

FORBES, RALPH
Lux Radio Theatre “The Letter” w/ M. Oberon, W. Huston. CBS 5/23/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Prisoner of Zenda” w/ R. Colman, B. Hume, D. Fairbanks, Jr., C.A. Smith. CBS
6/5/39 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Last of Mrs. Cheyney” w/ G. Lawrence. ABC 11/3/46 (1 hr.)

FORD, GLENN
Lux Radio Theatre “A Man to Remember” w/ L. Barrymore, A. Louise. CBS 5/18/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “A Stolen Life” w/ B. Davis. AFRS 8/25/47 (1 hr.)
Studio One “The 39 Steps” CBS 3/23/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “End of the Road” CBS 2/6/47
Suspense “Murder and Aunt Delia” w/ Ellen Morgan. CBS 2/17/57

FORREST, HELEN (send SASE for Harry James, Artie Shaw listings)
Command Performance (#134) w/ J. Garland, D. Kaye. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame w/ F. Allen, R.E. Johnson. Parts 2 & 4 (of 4) Blue 12/26/43

FORREST, SALLY
Hollywood Calling (series # 1) (George Fisher) w/ I. Lupino, C. Coburn, J. Livingston, R. Evans,
K. Douglas. Synd. 1949
Hollywood Calling (series #29) (George Fisher) w/ M. Ferrer, C. Trevor, E. Dmytryk. Synd. c.1951

FORSYTHE, JOHN
NBC Star Playhouse “For Whom the Bell Tolls” w/ Margo. 1/10/54 (good-minus quality) (1 hr.)

FOSTER, NORMAN
Lux Radio Theatre “The Barker” w/ W. Huston, C. Colbert. CBS 7/20/36 (1 hr.)

FOSTER, PRESTON
Cavalcade of America “The Doctor Shoots a Cannon” w/ O.Kruger, G. Lockhart. NBC 1/24/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“So Big” w/ B. Stanwyck, F. Wray, O. Kruger. 3/13/39
“Littlest Rebel” w/ S. Temple, C. Rains. 10/14/40
“She Knew All the Answers” w/ J. Bennett, E. Arden. 1/11/43
“Guadalcanal Diary” w/ W. Bendix, L. Nolan. 2/28/44
“Guadalcanal Diary” (dress rehearsal) 2/28/44
“Dark Waters” w/ M. Oberon, T. Mitchell. 11/27/44
“Thunderhead, Son of Flicka” w/ R. McDowell. 2/25/46
Suspense “The Singing Walls” CBS 9/2/43

FOSTER, SUSANNA
Lux Radio Theatre “Phantom of the Opera” w/ N. Eddy, B. Rathbone. CBS 9/13/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “It Started with Eve” w/ C. Laughton, D. Powell. CBS 11/20/44 (1 hr.)

FOUR ACES
Bing Crosby Show CBS 2/21/54
Bing Crosby Show CBS 2/28/54

FOX, SIDNEY
The Magic Key w/ G. Raymond, R. Vallee. NBC 2/23/36 (1 hr.)

FRANCIS, ARLENE
Mercury Theatre “Around the World in 80 Days” w/ O. Welles. CBS 10/23/38 (1 hr.)

FRANCIS, KAY
The Great Gildersleeve “Rabbits” 4/5/43 (makes War Bond speech)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Never in this World” w/ L. Howard, V. Weidler. CBS 3/26/39
Jack Benny Program “Rehearsing ‘Charlie’s Aunt’” M. Leisen. NBC 5/18/41 (clipped opening)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“One Way Passage” w/ W. Powell, W. Gargan, M. Rambeau. 3/6/39
“In Name Only” w/ C. Grant, C. Lombard. 12/11/29
“The Rains Came” w/ G. Brent, J. Parker, J. Ameche. 3/18/40
“My Bill” w/ W. William, D. Davis. 3/3/41
“The Lady is Willing” w/ G. Brent. 3/1/43
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)

FRAWLEY, WILLIAM
Bing Crosby Show NBC 1/6/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Alias Jimmy Valentine” w/ P. O’Brien, M. Evans, A. Jenkins. 11/9/36

“Alibi Ike” w/ J.E. Brown, H. Chandler, R. Karns. 4/19/37
“She Loves Me Not” w/ B. Crosby, J. Blondell, N. Grey, Sterling Holloway. 11/8/37
“Enter Madame” w/ Grace Moore, B. Rathbone, S. Lynn. 1/10/38
“Mad About Music” w/ D. Durbin, H. Marshall, G. Patrick. 4/18/38

FRAZEE, JANE
Bing Crosby Show NBC 1/13/44

FREBERG, STAN (Send SASE for Stan Freberg Show listing)
CBS Radio Workshop “Analysis of Satire” CBS 8/31/56
Suspense “Alibi Me” CBS 4/20/58

FREEMAN, MONA
Hollywood Calling (series #25) (George Fisher) w/ C. Wilde, J. McCrea, J.C. Naish. Synd. c.1951
Lux Radio Theatre “Branded” w/ B. Lancaster, C. Bickford. CBS 1/28/52 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)

FRISCO, JOE
The Big Show w/ R. Eastham, P. Lorre, Fibber McGee & Molly, E. Merman. NBC 3/9/52 (90 minutes)

FROMAN, JANE
Texaco Star Theatre all w/ C. Ruggles, U. Merkel, N. Sparks. (CBS, 1 hr. each):
w/ A. Menjou, B. Davis. 10/5/38
w/ A. Menjou, J. Barrymore. 10/12/38
w/ J. Barrymore, H. Marshall. 11/30/38
w/ J. Barrymore. 12/7/38
w/ J. Barrymore, O. de Havilland. 12/14/38
w/ J. Barrymore, A. Menjou, F. Dee. 12/21/38
w/ J. Barrymore. 12/28/38

FULLER, FRANCES
Columbia Workshop “Cartwheel” CBS 8/1/36

FYFFE, WILL
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ F. Gravet, NBC 5/13/37 (1 hr.) (uneven sound quality) (from London)

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

 

GABEL, MARTIN
Columbia Workshop (“26 by Corwin”) “Esther” w/ E. Sloane. CBS 8/17/41
Mercury Theatre “Dracula” (first show) CBS 7/11/38 (1 hr.)
Mercury Theatre “Tale of Two Cities” CBS 7/25/38 (1 hr.)
On a Note of Triumph CBS 5/8/45 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Devil in the Summer House” CBS 11/3/42

GABLE, CLARK
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ W. Pidgeon, V. Johnson, B. Donlevy, E. Arnold. NBC
12/11/49
Command Performance (#144) w/ J. Bushkin, P. Lind Hayes, C. Stroud.
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, J. Garland, U. Merkel, F. Rice. NBC 5/5/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Barrymore, R. Morgan. NBC 10/27/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Imperfect Lady” w/ G. Rogers, M. Lindsay. CBS 10/1/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Red Dust” w/ A. Sothern. CBS 10/6/40
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “China Seas” w/ L. Ball, D. Dumbrille, A. Lee. CBS 12/4/44
London Broadcast NBC 8/12/43 (15 minutes)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Legionnaire and the Lady” w/ M. Dietrich. 6/1/36
“A Farewell to Arms” w/ J. Hutchinson, A. Menjou, J. LaRue. 4/4/37
“The Buccaneer” w/ O. Bradna, A. Tamiroff, C. Blandick. 11/14/38
“It Happened One Night” w/ C. Colbert, W. Connolly, R. Karns. 3/20/39 (dress rehearsal)
“It Happened One Night” w/ C. Colbert, W. Connolly, R. Karns. 3/20/39 (broadcast)
Mail Call (#143) w/ B. Hope, C. Rains, M. O’Brien, M. Whitty. AFRS
Silver Theatre “Danger Lights” w/ P. Winslowe. CBS 12/4/38

GABOR, ZSA ZSA
Lux Radio Theatre “The African Queen” w/ H. Bogart, G. Garson. (Z.Z.G. is intermission guest) CBS
12/15/52 (1 hr.)

GALLAGHER, SKEETS
Lux Radio Theatre “Poppy” w/ W.C. Fields, A. Shirley, J. Payne. CBS 3/7/38 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

GARBER, JAN
The Magic Key w/ J. Dragonette, B. Lillie. NBC 10/27/35 (1 hr.)

GARDEN, MARY
Lux Radio Theatre “Tonight or Never” w/ J. MacDonald, M. Douglas. (M.G. is intermission guest) CBS
1/25/37 (1 hr.)

GARDINER, REGINALD
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, J. Garland, J. Benny, J. Crawford. CBS 1/8/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ T. Power, R. Russell, D. Powell. CBS 6/4/39
Lux Radio Theatre “All About Eve” w/ B. Davis, A. Baxter. CBS 10/1/51 (1 hr.)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Davis. NBC 8/13/42
Suspense “Voyage Through Darkness” w/ O. DeHavilland. CBS 9/7/44
Suspense “The Merry Widower” CBS 10/12/44
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 4/9/44

GARDNER, AVA
Lux Radio Theatre “Singapore” w/ F. MacMurray. CBS 11/3/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Showboat” w/ K. Grayson, H. Keel. CBS 2/11/52 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Lady in Distress” CBS 5/1/47

GARDNER, ED (send SASE for Duffy’s Tavern listing)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Wynn, J. Carson. NBC 11/26/50 (90 minutes)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young, W. Huston, N. Sutherland. NBC 11/9/39 (1 hr.)
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see Benchley, Robert for cast) (2 hrs. 15
minutes)
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, J. Dorsey. NBC 8/29/43 (part 1) (15 mins.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ Stoopnagle & Bud Blue. 1/30/44 (parts 1 & 3 of 4) (30 minutes)
Suspense “The Palmer Method” CBS 4/20/44
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) AFRS 1/9/44
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 3/26/44

GARFIELD, JOHN
Academy Award “Pride of the Marines” CBS 6/15/46
Academy Award “Blood on the Sun” CBS 10/16/46
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 5/25/44
Cavalcade of America “Continue Unloading” NBC 10/4/43
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “Golden Boy” w/ L. Bari. CBS 10/8/46
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “All Through the House” w/ J. Leigh, G. Peck, Ge. Kelly. CBS 12/25/46
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see Benchley, Robert for cast) 10/8/44
(2 hrs. 15 minutes)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Saturday’s Children” w/ J. Wyman. 6/2/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Dust Be My Destiny” w/ C. Trevor. CBS 4/14/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Pride of the Marines” w/ D. Clark, E. Parker. CBS 12/31/45 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Body & Soul” w/ J. Wyman. CBS 11/15/48 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Dr. Mamike” CBS 5/1/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “Death Across the Table” CBS 11/6/47
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Body and Soul” (R. Rossen, director) NBC 11/11/49
Silver Theatre “Escape from Tomorrow” w/ A. Leeds. CBS 2/12/39 (part 1 of 2)
Silver Theatre “Escape from Tomorrow” w/ A. Leeds. CBS 2/19/39 (part 2 of 2)
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)
Studio One “Let Me Do the Talking” CBS 11/11/47 (1 hr.) (some cross-talk)
Suspense “Death Sentence” CBS 11/4/48
Theatre Guild “They Knew What They Wanted” w/ J. Havoc, L. Carrillo. ABC 5/19/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Dust Be My Destiny” w/ C. Trevor. CBS 10/30/45

GARGAN, WILLIAM
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Good News of 1940 w/ R. Colman, I. Lupino. NBC 2/8/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“One Way Passage” w/ W. Powell, K. Francis, M. Rambeau. 3/6/39
“Cheers for Miss Bishop” w/ M. Scott. 3/17/41
Radio Hall of Fame w/ C. Boswell, M. Astor, B. Goodman. Blue 5/7/44 (1 hr.)

GARLAND, JUDY
America Calling (see L. Barrymore for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ G. Marx, Martin & Lewis. NBC 2/11/51 (90 minutes)
Bing Crosby Show CBS 10/11/50 w/ B. Hope.
Bing Crosby Show CBS 10/18/50 w/ B. Hope.
Bing Crosby Show CBS 3/7/51
Bing Crosby Show w/ J. Pepper. CBS 3/14/51
Bing Crosby Show w/ L. Paul & M. Ford. CBS 3/21/51
Bing Crosby Show CBS 3/28/51
Bing Crosby Show CBS 5/21/52
Bing Crosby Show CBS 5/28/52
Bing Crosby Show CBS 6/4/52
Bing Crosby/GE Show (J.G. is guest host) CBS 12/30/52
Bing Crosby/GE Show (#91) w/ B. Crosby, A. Treacher, J. Durante. AFRS
Charlie McCarthy Show w/ Abbott & Costello. NBC 6/21/42
Command Performance (#134) w/ D. Kaye, L. Melchior. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#155) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast) (1 hr.)
Command Performance Xmas special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
GI Journal (#41) w/ B. Crosby, J. Colonna, M. Blanc.
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, G. Murphy, E. Powell, B. Ebsen, S. Tucker, J. MacDonald,
A. Jones. NBC 11/4/37 (1 hr.) (first show)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, F. Bartholomew. NBC 4/14/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, C. Gable, U. Merkel, F. Rice. NBC 5/5/38 (1 hr)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, J. Crawford, B. Burke. NBC 10/20/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 “Wizard of Oz” (preview program) NBC 6/29/39 (1 hr.)
Guest Star Syndicated 7/13/52 (15 minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ G. Murphy, J. Benny, J. Crawford. CBS 1/8/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ C. Grant, M. Rooney, A. Sothern. CBS 9/24/39
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see Benchley, Robert for cast) 10/8/44
(2 hrs. 15 minutes)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ B. Crosby, N. Eddy, F. Sinatra. CBS 12/9/45 (60 minutes)
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 9/30/48
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Strike Up the Band” w/ M. Rooney, J.S. Trotter. 10/28/40
“Merton of the Movies” w/ M. Rooney. 11/17/41
“Morning Glory” w/ J. Payne, A. Menjou. 10/12/42
“A Star is Born” w/ W. Pidgeon. 12/28/42
“Meet Me in St. Louis” w/ T. Drake, M. O’Brien. CBS 12/1/46
“Meet Me in St. Louis” (dress rehearsal)
“Lady in the Dark” w/ J. Lund. AFRS 2/16/53
“The Wizard of Oz” w/ H. Conried. 12/25/56
Mail Call (#38) w/ J. Benny, B. Stanwyck, J.C. Thomas. AFRS WWII
Oakie’s College (J. Oakie) w/ J. Penner. CBS c.1938
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 11/27/46
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) w/ L. McCarey. 2/19/47
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ Lum & Abner, J. Colonna. Blue 12/17/44 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ B. Tilden, Patsy Kelly. NBC 11/16/35 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Drive-In” w/ E. Lewis. CBS 11/21/46
Theatre Guild “Alice Adams” w/ T. Mitchell. ABC 11/5/50 (clipped opening (1 hr)
30 Minutes in Hollywood w/ G. Jessel, N. Talmadge, B. Wheeler. Mutual 10/24/37

GARNER, PEGGY ANN
Cavalcade of America “That Powell Girl” 12/16/46
Hollywood Startime “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” w/ J. Dunn. CBS 1/27/46
Radio Reader’s Digest “Sunny, the Spirit of ‘76” CBS 12/4/47

GARRETT, BETTY
Academy Awards (P. Douglas, mc) (B.G. sings nominated song) ABC 3/23/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Crosby, Bing for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)

GARSON, GREER
Academy Award Theater “Brief Encounter” 11/20/46
Academy Awards (J. Benny, mc) 3/2/44 (55 minutes)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Everything About the Boys (R. Colman) “Berkeley Square” CBS 2/8/44
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “History is Made at Night” w/ C. Boyer. 11/10/40
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “My Favorite Wife” w/ R. Ney. CBS 11/12/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Blossoms in the Dust” w/ W. Pidgeon, F. Bressart. 2/16/42
“Mrs. Miniver” w/ W. Pidgeon, S. Peters, H. Wilcoxon. 12/6/43
“Random Harvest” w/ R. Colman. 1/31/44
“Bedtime Story” w/ C. Grant. 2/26/45
“Valley of Decision” w/ G. Peck. 1/14/46 (fair-good quality)
“Mrs. Parkington” w/ W. Pidgeon. AFRS 1/25/46
“Madame Curie” w/ W. Pidgeon. 9/16/46 (no commercials)
“Random Harvest” w/ R. Colman. 4/19/48
“The African Queen” w/ H. Bogart. 12/15/52
Suspense “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” CBS 12/21/53

GATES, NANCY
Lux Radio Theatre “The Master Race” w/ P. Guilfoyle, G. Coulouris. CBS 1/15/45 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Big Trees” w/ V. Heflin. AFRS 11/2/54 (1 hr.)

GATESON, MARJORIE
Lux Radio Theatre “Conversation Piece” w/ L. Pons, A. Menjou, G. Sanders. CBS 11/16/36 (1 hr.)

GAXTON, WILLIAM
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, V. Moore. NBC 6/20/43
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, W. Frawley, V. Moore. NBC 8/22/43
WOR 50 KW Dedicatory Program (all-star cast) WOR-NY 3/4/35 (3 hrs.)

GAYNOR, JANET
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“A Star is Born” w/ R. Montgomery, M. Robson, L. Stander. 9/13/37
“Mayerling” w/ W. Powell, A. Kruger, R. Barrat. 1/9/39
“Mrs. Moonlight” w/ G. Brent. 6/26/39
“Seventh Heaven” w/ C. Farrell. 3/26/51
Memoirs of the Movies “The Day the Screen Screamed” (J. Schildkraut, narrator) 1959 (1970 rebroadcast)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” (A. Pringle, narrator) 1959
Memoirs of the Movies ‘The Megaphone Men” (C. Morris, narrator)
Orson Welles Almanac “Something’s Going to Happen to Henry” w/ J. Cotten. CBS 12/1/41
Treasury Star Parade (2-1940’s shows; 15 minutes each)

GAYNOR, MITZI
Lux Radio Theatre “Mother Wore Tights” w/ D. Dailey. NBC 1/18/55 (1 hr.)

GEHRIG, LOU
Lux Radio Theatre “Elmer the Great” w/ J.E. Brown, J. Travis. (L.G. & C. Hubbell are guests) CBS
10/5/36 (1 hr.)

GEORGE, GLADYS
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, W.C. Fields. NBC 7/11/37 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ A. Marlbe. (G.G. & C. Rains in “Kind Lady”)
CBS 10/11/39 (1 hr.)

GERSHWIN, GEORGE
Fleischman Hour w/ R. Vallee, K. Carlisle, J. Dixon (Gershwin medley) NBC 11/9/33 (no closing) (1 hr.)

GIANNINI, DUSOLINA
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ D. Lamour, H. Marshall. NBC 4/18/40 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ Lum & Abner, A. ToKatyan. NBC 2/16/36

GIBBS, GEORGIA
GI Journal (#75) w/ K. Kyser, J. Colonna, A. Miller. AFRS
Let’s Go to Town (#41) (W. Herman) Synd. 12/3/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town (#42) (W. Herman) Synd. 12/10/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town (#43) (W. Herman) Synd. 12/17/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town (#44) (W. Herman) Synd. 12/31/53 (15 minutes)
Mail Call (#112) w/ K. Kyser, King Sisters, J. Haley. AFRS
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ F. March, V. Borge. Blue 12/3/44 (1 hr.)

GIELGUD, JOHN (send SASE for Sherlock Holmes listing)
Theatre Guild “The Importance of Being Ernest” w/ M. Rutherford. 4/13/47 (1 hr)
Theatre Guild “Hamlet” w/ D. McGuire. NBC 3/4/51 (90 minutes)

GIFFORD, FRANCES
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Kathleen” w/ S. Temple, H. Marshall. 12/27/43
“Swanee River” A. Jolson, D. Morgan. 4/2/45
“Music for Millions” w/ M. O’Brien, J. Durante. AFRS 5/27/46
“Our Vines Have Tender Grapes” w/ M. O’Brien, J. Craig. 9/2/46
Mail Call (#328) w/ G. Simms, Bergen & McCarthy, T. Bankhead. AFRS WWII

GILBERT, BILLY
Radio Hall of Fame w/ D. Powell, G. Simms, G. Lamb. Blue 1/28/45 (1 hr.)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 8/14/41 (rehearsal)

GILMORE, MARGOT
Theatre Guild “The Royal Family” w/ F. March, E. Winwood. ABC 12/16/45 (1 hr.)

GISH, LILLIAN
Information, Please NBC 1938 (closing announcement clipped)
Suspense “Marry for Murder” w/ R. Collins. CBS 9/9/43

GLEASON, JAMES
Cavalcade of America “Here is Your War” NBC 1/10/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Polly of the Circus” w/ L. Young, G. Gordon. (L. Barrymore, guest host) 11/30/36
“Graustark” w/ A. Sten, G. Raymond. 2/8/37
“The Front Page” w/ W. Winchell, J. Hutchinson. 6/28/37
“Here Comes Mr. Jordan” w/ C. Grant, C. Rains, E. Keyes. 1/26/42
Mail Call (#46) w/ E.G. Robinson, D. Powell, L. Gleason, A. Miller. AFRS WWII

GODDARD, PAULETTE
Campbell Playhouse “Algiers” CBS 10/8/39 (1 hr.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Destry Rides Again” w/ H. Fonda. CBS 2/2/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Front Page Woman” w/ F. MacMurray, R. Karns. 1/16/39
“Hold Back the Dawn” w/ C. Boyer, S. Hayward. 11/10/41
“Standing Room Only” w/ F. MacMurray. 10/30/44
“Kitty” w/ P. Knowles. 2/24/47
Mail Call (#135) w/ J. Benny, Rochester, C. Colbert, J. Crain. AFRS
Theatre Guild “At Mrs. Beams” w/ B. Meredith. ABC 10/28/45 (1 hr.) (fair-good)

GODFREY, ARTHUR
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) w/ Andrews Sisters, C. Laughton. CBS 10/4/42
Theatre Guild “Sing Out, Sweet Land” ABC 10/21/45 (1 hr.)

GOMBELL, MINNA
Lux Radio Theatre “The Thin Man” w/ W. Powell, M. Loy, P. Hall, W. Henry. CBS 6/7/36 (1 hr.)

GOMEZ, THOMAS
Lux Radio Theatre “Ride the Pink Horse” w/ R. Montgomery, W. Hendrix. CBS 12/8/47 (1 hr.)

GOODMAN, BENNY
Band Remote Hotel Pennsylvania, N.Y.C. CBS 10/30/37
Band Remote (sextet) Blue Note, Chicago. NBC 8/20/52 (sl. clipped opening)
Benny Goodman Music Festival w/ M. Tilton. AFRS 7/1/46
Camel Caravan w/ J. Mercer, M. Tilton. CBS 2/7/39
Camel Caravan w/ J. Mercer, M. Tilton. CBS 2/14/39
Jack Benny Program (from N.Y.C.) w/ G. Cooper. NBC 12/13/42
Jack Benny Program w/ F. Allen. NBC 12/27/42
Jack Benny Program w/ P. Baker. NBC 1/10/43
One Night Stand (#1046) Hotel New Yorker, N.Y.C. AFRS 6/12/46
The Magic Key w/ Helen Ward, J. Melton, G.M. Cohan. NBC 12/29/35 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ C. Boswell, M. Astor, W. Gargan, B.G. Quartet. Blue 5/7/44 (1 hr.)
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special (see P. Douglas for cast) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr.
40 minutes)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (orch. & sextet) 7th War Loan Drive, WNEW, N.Y. (see Berle, Milton for cast)
6/5/45 (3 hours)

GORDON, BERT (send SASE for Eddie Cantor listing)
Duffy’s Tavern c. 1950
Jack Benny Program “N.Y. Symphony Plays Jack’s Song” CBS 2/17/52

GORDON, C. HENRY
Lux Radio Theatre “Madame Sans Gene” w/ J. Harlow, R. Taylor, C. Rains. CBS 12/14/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Tovarich” w/ W. Powell, M. Hopkins. 5/15/39

GORDON, GAVIN
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Brat” w/ M. Davies, J. McCrea. 7/13/46 (first 45 mins. only) (fair-good)
“Polly of the Circus” w/ L. Young, J. Gleason. (L. Barrymore, guest host) 11/30/36
“The Sisters” w/ I. Dunne, D. Niven. 10/9/39
“Only Yesterday” w/ B. Stanwyck, G. Brent, J. Wells. 11/6/39
Suspense “The Dealings of Mr. Markham” w/ H. Daniell, J. Loring. CBS 6/28/45

GRABLE, BETTY
GI Journal (#42) w/ B. Hope, G. Miller, J. Colonna.
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Springtime in the Rockies” w/ D. Powell, C. Miranda, E. Barrier. CBS 5/22/44
“Coney Island” w/ V. Mature, B. Sullivan. AFRS 9/30/46
“When My Baby Smiles at Me” w/ D. Dailey. 4/25/49
“Mother Wore Tights” 11/14/49 (good minus quality)
Mail Call (#145) w/ G. Jessel, Mills Brothers, A. Treacher. AFRS WWII (muddy sound 2nd half)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “When My Baby Smiles at Me” NBC 5/5/50
Suspense “Copper Tea Strainer” w/ R. Burr. CBS 4/25/49

GRAHAME, GLORIA
Hollywood Calling (series #13) (George Fisher) w/ J. Derek, W. Lundigan, K. Douglas. Synd. c.1950

GRANGER, PERCY
The Magic Key w/ A. Astaire, Pickens Sisters. NBC 11/12/36 (1 hr.)

GRANGER, STEWART
Lux Radio Theatre “Adam and Evelyn” w/ J. Simmons. AFRS 9/29/52 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “King Solomon’s Mines” w/ D. Kerr. CBS 12/1/52 (1 hr.)

GRANT, CARY
Academy Award Theatre “Suspicion” 10/30/46
Burns & Allen NBC 2/13/47
The Circle #2 w/ R. Colman, C. Lombard, G. Marx, C. Marx, J. Iturbi. CBS 1/22/39 (slightly clipped
opening) (1 hr.)
Command Performance (#34) w/ Spike Jones, R. Stevens, E. Waters, Abbott & Costello. AFRS
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 5/19/43
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Alone in Paris” w/ I. Dunne, W. Connolly, H. Bing. CBS 4/30/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ M. Rooney, J. Garland, A. Sothern, R. Pryor. CBS 9/24/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show “His Girl Friday” w/ R. Russell. CBS 3/30/41
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Philadelphia Story” w/ K. Hepburn, J. Stewart. CBS 3/17/47
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Madame Butterfly” w/ G. Moore. CBS 3/8/37
“Theodora Goes Wild” w/ I. Dunne. CBS 6/13/38
“Only Angels Have Wings” w/ J. Arthur, R. Barthelmess, T. Mitchell, R. Hayworth. CBS 5/29/39
“Only Angels Have Wings” (dress rehearsal) 5/29/39
“The Awful Truth” w/ C. Colbert, P. Brooks. CBS 9/11/39
“In Name Only” w/ C. Lombard, K. Francis. CBS 12/11/39
“I Love You Again” w/ M. Loy, F. McHugh. CBS 6/30/41 (surface noise)
“Here Comes Mr. Jordan” w/ C. Rains, E. Keyes. CBS 1/26/42
“Talk of the Town” w/ J. Arthur, R. Colman. CBS 5/17/43
“Mr. Lucky” w/ L. Day. CBS 10/18/43
“Bedtime Story” w/ G. Garson. CBS 2/26/45
“The Bachelor & the Bobby Soxer” w/ S. Temple. CBS 6/13/39
“Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House” w/ I. Dunne. CBS 10/10/49
“The Bishop’s Wife” w/ P. Thaxter. AFRS 5/11/53
“I Confess” w/ P. Thaxter. AFRS 9/21/53
“People Will Talk” w/ J. Crain. AFRS 1/25/54
“Welcome Stranger” w/ P. Crowley, B. Fitzgerald. AFRS 4/5/54
“The Awful Truth” w/ I. Dunne. NBC 1/18/55 (no commercials/closing)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House” (H.C. Potter, director) NBC 7/1/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Mr. Lucky” (H.C. Potter, director) NBC 1/20/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House” w/ B. Drake. NBC 6/9/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Shadow of a Doubt” w/ B. Drake. 11/9/50 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “My Favorite Wife” w/ I. Dunne. NBC 12/7/50 (1 hr)
Silver Theatre “Wings in the Dark” w/ P. Brooks. CBS 10/16/38
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Black Curtain” 12/2/43
“Black Curtain” 11/30/44
“Black Path of Fear” 3/7/46
“On a Country Road” 11/16/50
Theatre of Romance “The Ghost Goes West” CBS 1/15/46

GRANVILLE, BONITA
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 5/5/43
GI Journal (#71) w/ P. Friday, R. Benchley, Z. Elman. AFRS
Lux Radio Theatre “Hitler’s Children” w/ O. Kruger, K. Smith. CBS 5/24/43 (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Film Factories” (F. Tone, narrator) 1959
Suspense “Bank Holiday” w/ E. Lewis. CBS 7/19/45

GRAVET, FERNAND
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ W. Fyffe. NBC 5/13/37 (1 hr.) (uneven sound quality) (from London)

GRAY, COLEEN
Lux Radio Theatre “Appointment With Danger” w/ W. Holden. AFRS 1/19/53 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Taxi!” w/ D. Dailey. AFRS 10/19/43

GRAYSON, KATHRYN
Family Theatre “A Rose By Any Other Name” MBS 12/18/47
Lux Radio Theatre “The Vagabond King” w/ D. Morgan, J.C. Naish. CBS 12/25/44 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Showboat” w/ A. Gardner, H. Keel. CBS 2/11/52 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#188) w/ G. Marx, K. Baker, Les Paul Trio. AFRS

GREEN, HARRY
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee0 w/ P. Merivale, S. Ridges, J. Hernandez. NBC 1/3/35 (1 hr.)

GREEN, MITZI
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/18/34 (songs missing, except M.G.’s) (skips, fair-good quality)

GREENE, RICHARD
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, A. Faye, B. Joyce. NBC 1/25/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Confession” w/ M. Hopkins, C. Rains, A. Shirley. CBS 11/21/38

GREENSTREET, SYDNEY
Academy Award “The Maltese Falcon” w/ H. Bogart, M. Astor. CBS 7/3/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Maltese Falcon” w/ H. Bogart, M. Astor, P. Lorre. CBS 9/20/43

GREENWOOD, CHARLOTTE
Lux Radio Theatre “Home in Indiana” w/ W. Brennan, J. Crain, J. Haver. CBS 10/2/44 ( 1hr.)

GREY, NAN
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Allergic to Ladies” w/ E. Flynn, J. Wyman, A. Hale. CBS 11/24/40
Lux Radio Theatre “She Loves Me Not” w/ B. Crosby, J. Blondell, Sterling Holloway. CBS 11/8/37 (1 hr.)

GRIFFITH, D.W.
Lux Radio Theatre “Irene” w/ J. MacDonald, R. Toomey, A. Lake. (D.W.G. is intermission guest) CBS
6/29/36 (1 hr.)
Then & Now w/ W. Huston, A. Jolson. NBC 10/1/36

GUILFOYLE, PAUL
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Criminal Code” w/ E.G. Robinson, B. Roberts. 1/18/37
“Mary Burns, Fugitive” w/ M. Hopkins, H. Fonda. 4/11/38
“The Whole Town’s Talking” w/ Fibber McGee & Molly. 2/24/41
“The Master Race” w/ G. Coulouris, N. Gates. 1/15/45

GURIE, SIGRID
Campbell Playhouse “Lost Horizon” w/ O. Welles. CBS 12/2/39 (1 hr.)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Barrymore, B. Burke, H. Peary. NBC (rehearsal)

GWENN, EDMUND
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Miracle on 34th Street” w/ M. O’Hara, J. Payne. CBS 12/22/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Apartment for Peggy” w/ J. Crain, D. Andrews. CBS 2/28/49
Lux Radio Theatre “Miracle on 34th Street” NBC 12/21/54 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Miracle on 34th Street” (G. Seaton, director) NBC 12/23/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Miracle on 34th Street” NBC 12/21/50 (1 hr.)
Stars Over Hollywood “A Christmas Carol” CBS 12/19/53
Stars Over Hollywood “Ulysses Craig” CBS 9/11/54
Suspense “The Fountain Plays” CBS 8/10/43
Suspense “Murder in Black and White” CBS 4/14/49

 

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

 


HADEN, SARA
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Stone, M. Rooney, F. Holden, C. Parker, R. Young. NBC 11/24/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Magnificent Obsession” w/ I. Dunne, R. Taylor, P. de Cordoba. CBS 4/26/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Theodora Goes Wild” w/ C. Grant, I. Dunne. CBS 6/13/38 (1 hr.)

HAINES, CONNIE
America Dances w/ H. James & Orchestra, F. Sinatra. CBS 7/19/39
America Dances w/ T. Dorsey & Orchestra, F. Sinatra. CBS 5/28/40
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ L. Horne, S. Ross, F. Langford. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#158) w/ G. Burns, G. Allen, M. Whitty, C.A. Smith.
GI Journal (#55) w/ J. Carson, B. Benaderet, L. Darnell, M. Blanc.
GI Journal (#98) w/ J. Blondell, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#271) w/ Chili Williams, N. Eddy, S. Holloway. AFRS WWII

HALE, ALAN
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Allergic to Ladies” w/ E. Flynn, J. Wyman. CBS 11/24/40
Lux Radio Theatre “One Sunday Afternoon” w/ J. Oakie, H. Twelvetrees. CBS 8/24/36 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Leading Citizen of Pratt County” CBS 5/30/46

HALE, BARBARA
Hollywood Calling (series #12) (George Fisher) w/ E. Lanchester, D. Powell, B. Crabbe. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Jolson Sings Again” w/ A. Jolson, W. Demarest. CBS 5/22/50 (1 hr.)

HALE, BINNIE
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Laughton. NBC 5/6/37 (1 hr.) (uneven sound ) (from London)

HALEY, JACK
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ P. Kelly, Olson & Johnson, M. Woolley. NBC 2/25/51 (90 minutes)
Fred Allen Show NBC 10/26/47
Fred Allen Show NBC 1/23/49
Mail Call (#112) w/ K. Kyser, King Sisters, G. Gibbs. AFRS
Sealtest Village Store w/ V. Price, E. Arden. 3/20/47
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 5/24/42 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 4/2/44

HALL, JON
Cavalcade of America “Soldiers in High Boots” NBC 4/26/43

HALL, PORTER
Lux Radio Theatre “The Thin Man” w/ W. Powell, M. Loy, M. Gombell, W. Henry. CBS 6/8/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Voice of Bugle Ann” w/ L. Barrymore, A. Shirley. CBS 7/6/36 (1 hr.) (clipped closing)

HALOP, BILLY
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young, M. Rosenbloom. 11/2/39 (1 hr)
Royal Gelatin Hour w/ G. Macnamee, J. McCormack. NBC 11/19/36 (1 hr.)

HAMILTON, MARGARET
Lux Radio Theatre “Another Language” w/ B. Davis, F. MacMurray, J. Beal, M. Robson. 5/17/37 (1 hr.)

HAMILTON, NEIL
Brownstone Theatre “The Man Without a Country” MBS 5/30/45

HAMPDEN, WALTER
Brownstone Theatre “Cyrano de Bergerac” MBS 6/13/45
Cavalcade of America (30 minutes each):
“No Turning Back” CBS 10/9/35 (first in series)
“One Last Romance” NBC 1/3/49
“Footlights on the Frontier” NBC 6/13/49
“An American From France” w/ J. Lund. NBC 5/6/52
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (W.H., L.H. Crews & F. Thomas in “The Goose Hangs High”
CBS 12/20/39 (1 hr.)
Then & Now w/ C. Bennett, R. Montgomery, F. Stone. NBC 9/17/36

HAMPTON, LIONEL
Jubilee (#165) AFRS
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special. (see P. Douglas for cast) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr. 40 min.)

HANSHAW, ANNETTE
Maxwell House “Showboat” w/ C. Winninger, L. Ross. NBC 6/13/33 (1 hr.) (‘Make Believe’ missing)

HARDING, ANN
Campbell Playhouse “Craig’s Wife” w/ O. Welles. CBS 3/10/40 (1 hr.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 5/9/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Madame X” w/ J. Stewart, C. Tearle. CBS 6/14/37 (1 hr.) (clipped closing)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Keys of the Kingdom” w/ R. Colman. 11/19/45 (1 hr.)

HARDWICKE, CEDRIC
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “If I Were King” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr., F. Dee. CBS 10/16/39 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ R. Edwards, L. Adler. Blue (1 hr.)
Suspense “Diary of Mr. Pritchard” CBS 10/6/52
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (C.H. in “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse”) CBS 1/10/40
(1 hr.)
Textron Theatre (H. Hayes) “Angel Street” w/ B. Karloff. CBS 12/8/45
Theatre of Romance “Angel Street” w/ A. Baxter, V. Price. CBS 10/9/45

HARLOW, JEAN
Lux Radio Theatre “Madame Sans-Gene” w/ R. Taylor, C. Rains. 12/14/36 (1 hr)

HARRIS, PHIL (send SASE for Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show and Jack Benny Program listings)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ L. Armstrong, Martin & Lewis, D. Kerr. NBC 12/17/50 (90 minutes)
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 6/15/44
Camel Screen Guild Players “Birth of the Blues” w/ B. Crosby, D. Shore. ABC 1/18/51 (1 hr.)
Fitch Bandwagon “Jack Benny Renews Phil’s Contract” NBC c. 1946 (hollow)
Hollywood Spotlight #35 w/ B. Burns. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Hollywood Spotlight #36 Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Hollywood Spotlight #37 w/ B. Burns. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Hollywood Spotlight #38 w/ C. Arquette. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Suspense “Death on My Hands” w/ A. Faye. CBS 5/10/51

HARRISON, REX
Academy Award Theater “Night Train” 11/13/46
The Big Show w/ L. Palmer, J. Durante, J. Holliday. NBC 3/25/51 (90 minutes)
Hollywood Calling (series #35) (George Fisher) w/ K. Jurado, R. Merrill, J. Leslie. Synd. c.1952
Hollywood Startime “Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo” ABC 5/26/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Anna and the King of Siam” w/ I. Dunne. AFRS 1/20/47 (1 hr.)
MGM Theater of the Air “Crossroads” Syndicated c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “An Ideal Husband” w/ L. Palmer. NBC 3/30/52 (1 hr.)

HART, MOSS
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47

HART, W.S.
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Porter, B. Lillie. NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)

HASSO, SIGNE
Lux Radio Theatre “The Pied Piper” w/ F. Morgan, M. O’Brien. 11/6/44 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Third Man” w/ J. Cotten. NBC 1/7/51 (1 hr.) (no closing or commercials)

HATFIELD, HURD
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47

HAVER, JUNE
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Irish Eyes are Smiling” w/ D. Haymes. CBS 3/11/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Home in Indiana” w/ W. Brennan, C. Greenwood, J. Crain. 10/2/44
“Intrigue” w/ G. Raft. 5/10/48
“Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!” w/ L. McAllister. 10/24/49
“Trouble Along the Way” w/ J. Carson. AFRS 2/15/54

HAVOC, JUNE
Best Plays “Skylark” NBC 12/7/52 (1 hr.)
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
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ W. Pidgeon. NBC 3/19/42 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Stand-In” CBS 6/12/47
Suspense “Subway” CBS 10/30/47
Suspense “The Black Angel” CBS 1/29/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Blind Date” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 9/29/49
Theatre Guild “They Knew What They Wanted” w/ J. Garfield, L. Carrillo. ABC 5/19/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Of Mice and Men” w/ B. Meredith, George Mathews. ABC 5/8/49 (1 hr.)

HAYDON, JULIE
Theatre of Romance “Mrs. Moonlight” CBS 8/30/43

HAYES, HELEN
Campbell Playhouse (CBS, 1 hour each) (all w/ O. Welles):
“Arrowsmith” 2/3/39
“Victoria Regina” 6/2/39
“Peter Ibbetson” 9/10/39
“What Every Woman Knows” 9/24/39
“Liliom” 10/22/39
“Vanessa” 12/10/39
“Vanity Fair” 1/7/40
“Broome Stages” 2/4/40
Cavalcade of America “Mr. Lincoln’s Wife” NBC 5/31/43
Cavalcade of America “Good Morning, Miss Tyckman” NBC 2/2/48
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Enchanted Cottage” w/ F. March. CBS 11/26/39
Lux Radio Theatre “To the Ladies” w/ O. Kruger. CBS 7/8/40 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Jessel. Blue 1/23/44 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Stars in Their Courses” w/ C. Young (O.Welles, guest host). CBS 11/13/38 (part 1 of 2)
Silver Theatre “Stars in Their Courses” CBS 11/20/38 (part 2 of 2)
Textron Theatre “Happy Journey to Trenton from Camden” w/ G. Lockhart. CBS 12/1/45
Textron Theatre “Angel Street” w/ C. Hardwicke, B. Karloff. CBS 12/8/45
Theatre Guild (ABC, 1 hour each):
“Mary of Scotland” w/ H. Menken. 4/28/46
“What Every Woman Knows” 3/2/47
“The Corn is Green” w/ D. Buka. 12/14/47
“The Glass Menagerie” w/ M. Clift, K. Malden. AFRS 9/16/51 (1 hr.) (clipped closing; sl. muddy)

HAYMES, DICK
Command Performance (#131) w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, C. Daley. AFRS
Jack Benny Show w/ B. Crosby, A. Russell. NBC 3/16/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Irish Eyes Are Smiling” w/ J. Haver. CBS 3/11/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Up in Central Park” w/ D. Durbin. CBS 6/28/48
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Do You Love Me?” w/ M. O’Hara, B. Sullivan. CBS 12/23/46
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ T. Power, D. Shore. CBS 4/7/47
“Just for You” w/ J. Wyman. AFRS 4/13/53
People Are Funny (A. Linkletter) CBS 3/10/53
Suspense “Pigeon in a Cage” CBS 5/15/53

HAYWARD, EDDIE
Spotlight Revue w/ Spike Jones. 5/14/48

HAYWARD, JIM
Hollywood Calling (series #23) (George Fisher) w/ P. Dow, C. Trevor, M. Hopkins. Synd. c.1951

HAYWARD, LOUIS
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Smilin’ Through” w/ N. Shearer, B. Rathbone. CBS 12/17/39
Lux Radio Theatre “My Son, My Son” w/ B. Aherne, M. Carroll, J. Hutchinson. CBS 3/11/40 (1 hr.)

HAYWARD, SUSAN
Charlie McCarthy Show AFRS c. 1947
Lux Radio Theatre “Hold Back the Dawn” w/ C. Boyer, P. Goddard. CBS 11/10/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Petrified Forest” w/ R. Colman. CBS 4/23/45 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Dead Sleep Lightly” w/ L. Bowman. CBS 3/30/43
Suspense “Dame Fortune” CBS 10/24/46

HAYWORTH, RITA
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Only Angels Have Wings” w/ C. Grant, J. Arthur, R. Barthelmess, T. Mitchell. 5/29/39
“Only Angels Have Wings” (dress rehearsal)
“Remember the Night” w/ J. Arthur, F. MacMurray (R.H. and B. Hope are curtain call guests) 12/22/41
“Strawberry Blonde” w/ D. Ameche, V. Bruce. 3/23/42
“The Lady Has Plans” w/ W. Powell. 4/26/43
“Break of Hearts” w/ O. Welles. 9/11/44
“This Love of Ours” w/ C. Korvin. AFRS 2/4/46
Mail Call (#137) w/ F. Morgan, G. Burns, G. Allen, H. Marx. AFRS
Suspense “Three Times Murder” CBS 10/3/46

HEFLIN, VAN
Adventures of Philip Marlowe “Red Wind” NBC 1945 (first program)
Hollywood Calling (#19) (George Fisher) w/ N. Kelly, J.M. Brown, H. Marshall. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Smilin’ Through” w/ L. Day, C.A. Smith. CBS 7/23/45
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Tomorrow is Forever” w/ C. Colbert. CBS 5/6/46
“Vacation from Marriage” w/ D. Kerr. CBS 5/26/47
“Green Dolphin Street” w/ L. Turner. CBS 9/19/49
“The Heiress” w/ O. DeHavilland, L. Calhern. AFRS 9/11/50 (1 hr.)
“The Big Trees” w/ N. Gates. AFRS 11/2/54
Radio Reader’s Digest “Man Who Conquered Devil’s Island” CBS 4/3/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “Why Keep Your Heart in Cold Storage” CBS 11/27/47
Stars on Parade (#538) “Guest of Honor” Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Three Blind Mice” 1/30/47
“Song of the Heart” w/ L. Tuttle. 8/26/48
“Three O’Clock” 3/10/49
“Murder and Aunt Delia” 11/10/49
“Lady in the Red Hat” 11/30/50
“Mystery of the Mary Celeste” 6/8/53
“The Shot” 10/12/53
“The Last Days of John Dillinger” 5/10/54
“Too Hot to Live” 4/13/59
Theatre Guild “State Fair” w/ G., K., & J. Lockhart. NBC 12/31/50 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “George Washington Slept Here” w/ A. Rutherford. AFRS 9/21/52 (1 hr.)

HEIFETZ, JASCHA
Bell Telephone Hour (#34) c. 1944 (1 hr.)
Bell Telephone Hour (#61)
Bell Telephone Hour #94 (1 hr.)
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)

HENDRIX, WANDA
Hollywood Calling (#18) (George Fisher) w/ V. Field, O. Kruger, R. Cummings. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Two Years Before the Mast” w/ A. Ladd, M. Carey. CBS 9/22/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Ride the Pink Horse” w/ R. Montgomery. CBS 12/8/47 (1 hr)

HENIE, SONJA
Chase & Sanborn Hour (Bergen & McCarthy) w/ D. Ameche, W.C. Fields. NBC 6/27/37 (1 hr.) (brief
cross-talk during Fields’ routine)
Hollywood Hotel “One in a Million” w/ D. Powell, F. Langford, A. Menjou, Ritz Brothers, A. Judge. CBS
12/18/36 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ I. Berlin, T. Power, R. Vallee. (“Second Fiddle” preview) NBC 6/26/39 (1 hr.)

HENREID, PAUL
Family Theatre “Home for Thanksgiving” MBS 11/27/47
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 “Now, Voyager” w/ I. Lupino. CBS 5/10/43 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Angel of Death” CBS 1/3/46
Suspense “No More Alice” CBS 3/14/46

HENRY, WILLIAM
Lux Radio Theatre “The Thin Man” w/ W. Powell, M. Loy, M. Gombell, P. Hall. CBS 6/8/36 (1 hr.)

HEPBURN, KATHARINE
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 Philadelphia Story” w/ C. Grant, J. Stewart. CBS 3/17/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Undercurrent” w/ R. Taylor. CBS 10/6/47 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Little Women” w/ O. Homolka. ABC 12/23/45 (1 hr.)

HERBERT, HUGH
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Mutual-Don Lee Dedicatory Pgm. w/ all-star cast. Mutual 12/30/36 (90 mins.)

HERMAN, WOODY
Command Performance (#150) w/ L. Darnell, M. Tilton, Amos ‘n’ Andy, C. Nazarro.
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#41) Synd. 12/3/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#42) Synd. 12/10/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#43) Synd. 12/17/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#44) Synd. 12/31/53 (15 minutes)

HERNANDEZ, JUANO
Cavalcade of America “The Green Pastures” NBC 12/22/41
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ P. Merivale, S. Ridges. NBC 1/3/35 (1 hr.)
Ford Theatre “The Green Pastures” CBS 2/1/48 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ E. Merman. NBC 5/20/37 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Green Pastures” ABC 4/21/46 (1 hr.)

HERSHOLT, JEAN
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ T. Power, D. Powell, R. Russell. CBS 6/4/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Beachcomber” w/ C. Laughton, E. Lanchester. CBS 11/12/39
Hallmark Playhouse “The Wild Swan” CBS 11/11/48
Hollywood Calling (series#21) (George Fisher) w/ A. Dekker, R. Stack, S. Kramer. Synd. c.1951
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 2/25/37 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players w/ J. Benny, B. Stanwyck, B. Rathbone, M. Curtiz. CBS 3/27/44

HESTON, CHARLTON
Hollywoodo Calling (series #20) (George Fisher) w/ J. Carson, S. Blackmer, J. Evans. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Captain Carey, U.S.A.” CBS 2/2/53
“The President’s Lady” w/ J. Fontaine. AFRS 9/28/53
“The Naked Jungle” w/ D. Reed. AFRS 6/7/54
“Secret of the Incas” w/ N. Maurey. NBC 12/14/54 (no commercials)

HICKS, RUSSELL
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Russell, T. Martin. NBC 12/8/38 (1 hr.)

HILDEGARDE
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 10/14/45
GI Journal (#61) (East Coast) w/ Bergen/McCarthy, R. Rogers, F. Sinatra. AFRS
Guest Star Synd. c. 1950 (15 minutes)
Guest Star Syndicated c. 1951 (15 minutes)
Here’s to Veterans Synd. c. 1948 (15 minutes)
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ J. Garland, B. Crosby, F. Sinatra. CBS 12/9/45 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ R. Bolger, E. Bergner. Blue 11/26/44 (1 hr.)

HILLIARD, HARRIET (see also Nelson, Ozzie)
Family Theatre “Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye” w/ O. Nelson. MBS 6/5/47
Mail Call (#6) w/ J. Arthur, L. Horne, R. Skelton. AFRS
Radio Hall of Fame w/ F. Fay, G. Simms, R. Skelton. Blue 12/12/43 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ C. Morris, H. Broderick. NBC 11/2/35 (1 hr.) (good minus quality)

HILTON, JACK (and his Orchestra)
The Magic Key w/ M. Anderson, M. Downey. NBC 2/2/36 (1 hr.)

HINES, EARL
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, K. Perry, Howard & Shelton. NBC 3/14/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

HITCHCOCK, ALFRED
Information, Please NBC 6/27/41
Information, Please NBC 1/22/43

HODIAK, JOHN
Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ C. Gable, W. Pidgeon, E. Arnold, V. Johnson,
B. Donlevy. NBC 12/1/49
Cavalcade of America “Page One” NBC 5/12/47
Hallmark Playhouse “The Desert Shall Rejoice” CBS 12/16/48
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“In Old Chicago” w/ D. Lamour, R. Young. 10/9/44
“Bride By Mistake” w/ L. Day, M. Hunt. 1/1/45
“Sunday Dinner for a Soldier” w/ A. Baxter, C. Winninger. 2/19/45
“Honky Tonk” w/ L. Turner. AFRS 4/8/46
“Somewhere in the Night” AFRS 3/3/46
Suspense “Dateline Lisbon” CBS 10/5/44
Suspense “Case History of a Gambler” CBS 12/17/51
Suspense “The Big Heist” CBS 12/1/52
Suspense “The Mountain” CBS 3/16/53
Suspense “Hellfire” CBS 9/28/53

HOHL, ARTHUR
Lux Radio Theatre “A Man’s Castle” w/ S. Tracy, L. Young. CBS 3/27/39 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “A Man’s Castle” w/ S. Tracy, I. Bergman. CBS 12/1/41 (1 hr)

HOLDEN, FAY
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
America Calling (see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Stone, M. Rooney, S. Haden, C. Parker. NBC 11/24/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Stone, M. Rooney, C. Parker, A. Rutherford. NBC 4/20/39 (1 hr.)
The Hardy Family (Syndicated, all c. 1950, all w/ M. Rooney, L. Stone):
“Ski Celebrity” “The Bachelor”
“The Hot Rod” “Friend’s Wedding”
“The Watchman”

HOLDEN, GLORIA
Lux Radio Theatre “Hands Across the Table” w/ C. Colbert, J. McCrea, W. Pidgeon. CBS 5/3/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “To the Ladies” w/ H. Hayes, O. Kruger. CBS 7/8/40 (1 hr.)

HOLDEN, WILLIAM
Hollywood Calling (series #26) (George Fisher) w/ E. Parker, H. Emerson, B. Stanwyck. Synd. c.1951
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Our Town” w/ F. Craven, M. Scott, F. Bainter, B. Bondi, T. Mitchell, G. Kibbee, S. Erwin. 5/16/40
“I Wanted Wings” w/ R. Milland, V. Lake. 3/30/42
“Christopher Holiday” w/ L. Young, D. Bruce. 9/17/45
“Miss Susie Slagle’s” w/ J. Caulfield. AFRS 10/21/46
“Dear Ruth” w/ J. Caulfield, B. DeWolfe. 4/26/48
“Apartment for Peggy” w/ J. Crain, E. Gwenn. 2/28/49
“Union Station” w/ N. Olson. AFRS 4/7/52
“Submarine Command” w/ A. Smith. AFRS 11/17/52
“Appointment with Danger” w/ C. Gray. AFRS 1/19/53
Lux Summer Theatre “High Tor” CBS 6/1/53 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Suspense “Blood on the Trumpet” 11/9/50
Suspense “The Outer Limit” CBS 2/15/54
Theatre Guild “Farmer Takes a Wife” w/ C. Trevor. AFRS 2/2/50 (1 hr.)

HOLLIDAY, BILLIE
New World a-Comin’ “Story of Negro Music” w/ C. Shavers, A. Tatum, etc. WMCA NY (25 minutes)

HOLLIDAY, JUDY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E.Cantor, P. Munsel. NBC 1/21/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ J. Durante, R. Harrison. NBC 3/25/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, J. Davis. NBC 4/1/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, P. Hoffa, J. Davis, D. King, L. Kirk. NBC 4/22/51 (90 minutes)

HOLLOWAY, STANLEY
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Laughton. NBC 5/6/37 (1 hr.) (uneven sound) (from London)

HOLLOWAY, STERLING
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, M. O’Sullivan. 1/29/39
Lux Radio Theatre “She Loves Me Not” w/ B. Crosby, J. Blondell, N. Grey. CBS 11/8/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Remember the Night” w/ B. Stanwyck, F. MacMurray, B. Bondi. CBS 3/25/40 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#271) w/ Chili Williams, N. Eddy, G. Simms. AFRS WWII

HOLM, CELESTE
The Big Show w/ B. Burns, J. Durante. NBC 3/11/51 (90 minutes)
Command Performance (#202) w/ Andrews Sisters, Durante & Moore. AFRS 1945

HOLMAN, LIBBY
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ W. Connolly, J. Burke. NBC 1/10/35 (1 hr.)

HOLTZ, LOU
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, W. Winchell, D. Taylor, A. Faye. NBC 10/26/33 (1 hr.)
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, J. Teagarden. NBC 7/18/43

HOMEIER, SKIP
Suspense “Peanut Brittle” CBS 8/18/57
Suspense “Subway Stop” CBS 5/11/58

HOMOLKA, OSCAR
Theatre Guild “Little Women” w/ K. Hepburn. ABC 12/23/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Papa is All” w/ A. MacMahon. ABC 12/22/46 (1 hr.)

HOOSIER HOT SHOTS
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Command Performance “Favorite Songwriters” I. Dunne is m.c. AFRS WWII

HOPE, BOB (send SASE for Bob Hope Show listing)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ E. Cantor, J. Durante, P. Como. NBC 11/19/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ L. Armstrong, Martin & Lewis, D. Kerr. NBC 12/17/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, G. Marx. NBC 4/1/51 (90 minutes)
Bing Crosby Show (30 minutes each):
w/ J. Garland. 10/11/50
w/ J. Garland. 10/18/50
12/26/51
w/ P. Page. 1/16/52
Breakfast in Hollywood (G. Jessel) NBC 10/7/54 (audition)
Cavalcade of America “Bob Hope Reports” NBC 10/11/43
Command Performance (#138) w/ J. Mercer, G. DeHaven, J. Allyson, F. Langford, J. Colonna, E. Smith.
Command Performance (#154) w/ B. Crosby, Andrews Sisters, A. O’Day, L. Bacall, S. Kenton.
Command Performance (#155) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast)
Command Performance (#195) ”Truth or Consequences” w/ R. Edwards. AFRS WWII
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (B.H. is mc) (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS WWII
(2 hr. 15 min.)
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Elgin 2-hr Xmas Party (see Ameche, Don for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
Family Theatre “T-Formation” MBS 10/9/47
GI Journal (#42) w/ B. Grable, G. Miller, J. Colonna. AFRS
GI Journal (#70) w/ J. Wyman, M. Pious, J. Colonna. AFRS
GI Journal (#74) w/ L. Parsons, Andrews Sisters, D. Lamour. AFRS
Guest Star w/ B. Crosby. Syndicated 12/18/49 (15 minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ F. Brice, H. Stafford, M. Raye, G. Murphy. CBS 3/19/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ G. Cooper, M. Dietrich, C. Boswell, Z. Pitts. CBS 10/8/39
Hallmark Playhouse “Elmer the Great” CBS 10/7/48
Hollywood Calling (series #33) (George Fisher) w/ Hugo Haas, M. Raye, V. Price. Synd. c.1952
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) 1/24/42 (1 hr)
Jack Benny Program “Leaving for Denver” NBC 1/11/48
Jack Benny Program “Road to Bali” CBS 1/11/53
Jack Benny Program “Jack and Bob Double Date” 4/17/55
Jimmy Durante w/ V. Moore. NBC 1/7/48
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 4/13/44
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 6/15/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Awful Truth” w/ C. Bennett, R. Bellamy. 3/10/41
“Remember the Night” w/J. Arthur, F. MacMurray. (B.H. and R. Hayworth are curtain call guests)
12/22/41
“My Favorite Blonde” w/ V. Bruce. 10/19/42
“Road to Morocco” w/ B. Crosby, G. Simms. AFRS 4/5/43
“I Never Left Home” w/ F. Langford, J. Colonna. 1/8/45
“Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ J. Caulfield. AFRS 4/14/47
“Fancy Pants” w/ L. Ball. 9/10/51
“The Lemon Drop Kid” w/ M. Maxwell. 12/10/51
Mail Call (#143) w/ C. Gable, C. Haines, M. Whitty. AFRS
Martin & Lewis Show NBC 3/24/49
Maxwell House Showboat “In Portland, Maine” w/ L. Ross (no commercials) (1 hr)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Bob Hope Visits” CBS 3/31/43
Philco Radio Time w/ B. Crosby, D. Lamour. ABC 1/29/47 (no commercials)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Ghost Breakers” NBC 4/3/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Paleface” w/ J. Russell. NBC 3/3/50
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)
Suspense “Death Has a Shadow” CBS 5/5/49
USO Farewell Pgm. w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. (mc), all-star cast. NBC 1/11/48

HOPKINS, MIRIAM
Campbell Playhouse “It Happened One Night” w/ W. Powell. CBS 1/28/40 (1 hr)
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, D. Weston. NBC 11/7/35 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Players “The Morning Glory” w/ R. Milland, A. Menjou. CBS 3/24/40 (no opening)
Hollywood Calling (series #23) (George Fisher) w/ P. Dow, J. Hayward, C. Trevor. Synd. c.1951
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Mary Burns, Fugitive” w/ H. Fonda. 4/11/38
“Confession” w/ C. Rains, R. Greene, A. Shirley. 11/21/38
“Tovarich” w/ W. Powell, C. H. Gordon. 5/15/39
“The Old Maid” w/ L. Young, H. Wood. 10/30/39
“The Hard Way” w/ F. Tone, A. Baxter, C. Morris. 3/20/44
“Old Acquaintance” w/ A. Smith, O. Kruger. 5/29/44
New World a-Comin’ “There are Things to Do” WMCA NY 2/4/45 (first 17 minutes only)
Obsession Synd. 1950’s
Stars on Parade (#568) “Final Curtain” Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)
Suspense “The Rose Garden” CBS 10/5/50

HOPPER, HEDDA
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore, V. Vague. NBC 10/25/45
Campbell Playhouse “Dinner at Eight” w/ L. Ball, M. Rambeau. CBS 2/18/40 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “We Were Dancing” w/ R. Montgomery, B. Barner. CBS 10/29/39
Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood c. 1948
Lux Radio Theatre “Dulcy” w/ G. Burns, G. Allen, E. Nugent, N. Lee. (H.H. is intermission guest) CBS
3/29/37 (1 hr.)
Orson Welles Radio Almanac (King Cole Trio) CBS 2/23/44
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ D. Montgomery, H. Chandler, I. Chase. CBS
9/20/39 (1 hr.)

HORNE, LENA
Command Performance w/ M. Raye, J. Carson, J. Wyman. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ C. Haines, S. Ross, L. Horne, F. Langford. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Hollywood Calling (series #27) (George Fisher) w/ T. Curtis, R. Reagan, P. Laurie. Synd. c.1951
Mail Call (#6) w/ J. Arthur, R. Skelton. AFRS
Mail Call (#126) w/ A. Rutherford, King Sisters, J. Mercer, G. Moore. AFRS
Suspense “You were Wonderful” 11/9/44
What’s New? (C.B. DeMille) w/ H. Marshall, E. Keyes. Blue 1/1/44 (1 hr.)

HORTON, EDWARD EVERETT
Charlie McCarthy Show (date?)
Command Performance (#161) w/ J. Crain, W. Bendix, H. James, G. Krupa.
Forecast “Leave it to Jeeves” 8/12/40
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Tailored by Toni” w/ C. Lombard, J. Stewart, S. Byington. CBS 3/12/39
Kraft Music Hall w/ A. Jolson. 3/11/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Gay Divorcee” w/ F. Sinatra, G. DeHaven, S. Byington. CBS 3/6/44
Shell Chateau w/ G. Rogers, A. Jolson. CBS 9/28/35 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ E.R. Burroughs. (E.E.H. & L. .Watson in “Her Master’s
Voice”) CBS 10/18/39 (1 hr.)

HOWARD, JOHN
Lux Radio Theatre “The Virginian” w/ G. Cooper, C. Bickford, H. Mack. CBS 11/2/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “5th Avenue Girl” w/ G. Rogers, E. Arnold. 12/16/40 (1 hr.)

HOWARD, LESLIE
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Much Ado About Nothing” w/ R. Russell. CBS 7/19/37 (1 hr.)
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Leslie Ruth Howard, H. Armetta. NBC 6/27/35 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ K. Francis, V. Weidler, M. Nash, I. Pichel. 3/26/39
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ E. Landi, P. de Cordoba. 6/21/37
“The Scarlet Pimpernel” w/ O. DeHavilland, D. Green. 12/12/38
“Lady for a Day” w/ M. Robson, W. William, G. Kibbee, J. Parker. (L.H. is guest host) 5/1/39
“Life of Emile Zola” w/ P. Muni, J. Hutchinson. (L.H. is guest host) 5/8/39
Silver Theatre “A Study in Triangles” w/ R. Johnson. CBS 1/8/39
Texaco Town (E. Cantor) CBS 12/6/36
Texaco Town (E. Cantor) CBS 5/30/37

HOWARD, MOE
Memoirs of the Movies (Part 3) “Birth of a Boffo” (J.E. Brown, narrator) 1959

HOWARD, TOM & SHELTON, GEORGE (send SASE for It Pays to Be Ignorant listing)
Fleischmann Hour (NBC, 1 hour each, all w/ R. Vallee):
w/ A. Faye, M. Sullavan. 11/16/33
w/ D. King, V. Moore. 3/14/35 (no commercials)
w/ P. Franay, E. Hines. 3/21/35
w/ R. Pryor, P. Conklin, N. Beery. 3/28/35
w/ C. Rains, Duncan Sisters. 4/4/35
Radio Hall of Fame w/ S. Tucker, P. Muni, R. Haydn. Blue 4/30/44 (1 hr.)

HOWARD, WILLIE
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, E. Howard, L. Lehr. NBC 11/14/35 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ M. Evans. NBC 9/16/37 (1 hr.)

HUBBELL, CARL
Lux Radio Theatre “Elmer the Great” w/ J.E. Brown, J. Travis. (C.H. and L. Gehrig are intermission guests)
CBS 10/5/36 (1 hr.)

HUDSON, ROCK
Lux Radio Theatre “Great Expectations” w/ B. Rush. AFRS 10/12/54 (1 hr.)

HULL, HENRY
Cavalcade of America “Story of Enoch Crosby” NBC 2/27/40
Family Theatre “Moby Dick” MBS 7/13/49
Suspense “The Pit & the Pendulum” CBS 1/12/43

HUME, BENITA (see also Colman, Ronald)
Lux Radio Theatre “Peg o’ My Heart” w/ M. Davies, B. Aherne, J.F. MacDonald. CBS 11/29/37 (1 hr.)

HUNT, MARSHA
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ E.G. Robinson, H. Bogart. CBS 1/2/41
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 (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Lost Angel” w/ M. O’Brien, J. Craig, K. Wynn. 6/19/44
“Bride By Mistake” w/ L. Day, J. Hodiak. 1/1/45
“Made for Each Other” w/ J. Stewart. 12/17/45
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Pink Camellias” 12/27/45
“Self-Defense” 10/16/47
“The Last Kilometer” 6/22/58
“Night Man” 7/26/59 (no commercials)

HUNTER, JEFFREY
Hollywood Calling (series #42) (George Fisher) w/ A. Lansbury, M. Windsor, M. Rooney. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Lure of the Wilderness” w/ J. Peters. AFRS 5/25/53 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Lux Radio Theatre “Rawhide” w/ D. Reed. NBC 3/22/55 (1 hr.) (no commercials)

HUSSEY, RUTH
Cavalcade of America “Troublesome Jane” 9/20/49
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, R. Morgan, etal. NBC 11/3/38 (1 hr.)
Guest Star “Dolly Madison” Syndicated 11/4/51 (15 minutes)
Information, Please NBC 2/6/42
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 5/28/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Flight Command” w/ R. Taylor, W. Pidgeon. 3/24/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Navy Comes Through” w/ P. O’Brien, G. Murphy. CBS 5/3/43 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Firing Run” CBS 11/3/57
Theatre Guild “The Silver Cord” w/ R. Bellamy. ABC 1/13/46 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became Of . . . ? 4/27/71

HUSTON, JOHN
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

HUSTON, WALTER
Amos ‘n’ Andy 10th Anniversary program NBC 8/1/36 (15 min.)
Campbell Playhouse “The Magnificent Ambersons” w/ O. Welles. CBS 10/29/39 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “The Raven Wins Texas” 3/12/40
Cavalcade of America “All That Money Can Buy” w/ E. Arnold, A. Shirley. NBC 10/20/41
Cavalcade of America “The Girl Lincoln Loved” w/ J. Fontaine. NBC 10/23/44
Cavalcade of America “The Laziest Man in the World” w/ C. Laughton. NBC 11/13/44
Cavalcade of America “America For Christmas” NBC 12/25/44
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Henry IV” w/ H. Bogart, B. Aherne, M. Whitty, W. Connolly. CBS
8/23/37 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young, N. Sunderland, E. Gardner. NBC 11/9/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, R. Walburn. NBC 11/23/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, L. Holtz, B. Rubin. NBC 12/7/39 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 10/15/42 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Yankee Doodle Dandy” w/ J. Cagney, J. Leslie. CBS 10/19/42
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Barker” w/ C. Colbert, N. Foster. 7/20/36
“Dodsworth” w/ N. Sunderland, B. O’Neil, B. Kent, P. de Cordoba. 10/4/37
“Mad About Music” w/ D. Durbin, H. Marshall, G. Patrick. (W.H. is guest host) 4/18/38
“The Letter” w/ M. Oberon, R. Forbes. 5/23/38
“Swanee River” w/ D. Morgan, A. Jolsonl. (W.H. is guest host) 4/2/45
“Another Part of the Forest” w/ A. Blyth, V. Price. 9/13/48 (no commercials)
“Treasure of the Sierra Madre” w/ H. Bogart, F. Lovejoy. 4/18/49
Navy Relief Program w/ W. Winchell, J. Louis, B. Donlevy. MBS 1/7/42
Studio One “Babbitt” CBS 3/30/48 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (W.H. in “Five Star Final”) CBS 1/17/40 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Ah! Wilderness” ABC 10/7/45 (good minus quality) (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Knickerbocker Holiday” w/ D. Brooks, J. Darling. ABC 12/30/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Our Town” w/ E. Taylor. NBC 3/12/50 (1 hr.)
Then & Now w/ A. Jolson, D.W. Griffith. NBC 10/1/36
We Hold These Truths! (by Norman Corwin) all networks 12/15/41 (1 hr.)

HUTCHINSON, JOSEPHINE
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, E. Bergen & C. McCarthy, W.C. Fields, J. Iturbi. 5/30/37 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Bridge of Mercy” w/ P. Muni, L. Atwill. CBS 3/5/39
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“A Farewell to Arms” w/ C. Gable, A. Menjou, J. LaRue. 4/4/37
“The Front Page” w/ W. Winchell, J. Gleason. 6/28/37
“Count of Monte Cristo” w/ R. Montgomery, L. Stone, L. Nolan, P. Lukas. 2/6/39
“Life of Emile Zola” w/ P. Muni. 5/8/39
“The Champ” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery, B. Larson. 11/13/39
“My Son, My Son” w/ B. Aherne, M. Carroll, L. Hayward. 3/11/40
“The Champ” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery, B. Larson. 6/29/42
“H.M. Pulham, Esq.” w/ H. Lamarr, R. Young. 7/13/42

HUTTON, BETTY
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 9/28/47
Hollywood Calling (series #38) (George Fisher) w/ F. Lovejoy, Y. Dugay, P. Wymore. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Somebody Loves Me” w/ G. Barry. AFRS 4/27/53 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#142) w/ F. Sinatra, V. Blaine, W. Demarest. AFRS
Orson Welles Radio Almanac CBS 3/22/44

HUTTON, JANE
GI Journal (#61) w/ Abbott & Costello, J. Wyman. AFRS WWII

HUTTON, MARION
Mail Call (#46) w/ E.G. Robinson, D. Powell, the Modernaires. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#130) w/ E. Bergen, I. Bergen. AFRS
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) (7th War Loan Drive) WNEW NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

HYMER, WARREN
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, G. Raft, P. Moran, B. Burns. CBS 4/2/39
HADEN, SARA
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Stone, M. Rooney, F. Holden, C. Parker, R. Young. NBC 11/24/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Magnificent Obsession” w/ I. Dunne, R. Taylor, P. de Cordoba. CBS 4/26/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Theodora Goes Wild” w/ C. Grant, I. Dunne. CBS 6/13/38 (1 hr.)

HAINES, CONNIE
America Dances w/ H. James & Orchestra, F. Sinatra. CBS 7/19/39
America Dances w/ T. Dorsey & Orchestra, F. Sinatra. CBS 5/28/40
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ L. Horne, S. Ross, F. Langford. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#158) w/ G. Burns, G. Allen, M. Whitty, C.A. Smith.
GI Journal (#55) w/ J. Carson, B. Benaderet, L. Darnell, M. Blanc.
GI Journal (#98) w/ J. Blondell, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#271) w/ Chili Williams, N. Eddy, S. Holloway. AFRS WWII

HALE, ALAN
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Allergic to Ladies” w/ E. Flynn, J. Wyman. CBS 11/24/40
Lux Radio Theatre “One Sunday Afternoon” w/ J. Oakie, H. Twelvetrees. CBS 8/24/36 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Leading Citizen of Pratt County” CBS 5/30/46

HALE, BARBARA
Hollywood Calling (series #12) (George Fisher) w/ E. Lanchester, D. Powell, B. Crabbe. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Jolson Sings Again” w/ A. Jolson, W. Demarest. CBS 5/22/50 (1 hr.)

HALE, BINNIE
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Laughton. NBC 5/6/37 (1 hr.) (uneven sound ) (from London)

HALEY, JACK
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ P. Kelly, Olson & Johnson, M. Woolley. NBC 2/25/51 (90 minutes)
Fred Allen Show NBC 10/26/47
Fred Allen Show NBC 1/23/49
Mail Call (#112) w/ K. Kyser, King Sisters, G. Gibbs. AFRS
Sealtest Village Store w/ V. Price, E. Arden. 3/20/47
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 5/24/42 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 4/2/44

HALL, JON
Cavalcade of America “Soldiers in High Boots” NBC 4/26/43

HALL, PORTER
Lux Radio Theatre “The Thin Man” w/ W. Powell, M. Loy, M. Gombell, W. Henry. CBS 6/8/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Voice of Bugle Ann” w/ L. Barrymore, A. Shirley. CBS 7/6/36 (1 hr.) (clipped closing)

HALOP, BILLY
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young, M. Rosenbloom. 11/2/39 (1 hr)
Royal Gelatin Hour w/ G. Macnamee, J. McCormack. NBC 11/19/36 (1 hr.)

HAMILTON, MARGARET
Lux Radio Theatre “Another Language” w/ B. Davis, F. MacMurray, J. Beal, M. Robson. 5/17/37 (1 hr.)

HAMILTON, NEIL
Brownstone Theatre “The Man Without a Country” MBS 5/30/45

HAMPDEN, WALTER
Brownstone Theatre “Cyrano de Bergerac” MBS 6/13/45
Cavalcade of America (30 minutes each):
“No Turning Back” CBS 10/9/35 (first in series)
“One Last Romance” NBC 1/3/49
“Footlights on the Frontier” NBC 6/13/49
“An American From France” w/ J. Lund. NBC 5/6/52
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (W.H., L.H. Crews & F. Thomas in “The Goose Hangs High”
CBS 12/20/39 (1 hr.)
Then & Now w/ C. Bennett, R. Montgomery, F. Stone. NBC 9/17/36

HAMPTON, LIONEL
Jubilee (#165) AFRS
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special. (see P. Douglas for cast) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr. 40 min.)

HANSHAW, ANNETTE
Maxwell House “Showboat” w/ C. Winninger, L. Ross. NBC 6/13/33 (1 hr.) (‘Make Believe’ missing)

HARDING, ANN
Campbell Playhouse “Craig’s Wife” w/ O. Welles. CBS 3/10/40 (1 hr.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 5/9/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Madame X” w/ J. Stewart, C. Tearle. CBS 6/14/37 (1 hr.) (clipped closing)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Keys of the Kingdom” w/ R. Colman. 11/19/45 (1 hr.)

HARDWICKE, CEDRIC
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “If I Were King” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr., F. Dee. CBS 10/16/39 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ R. Edwards, L. Adler. Blue (1 hr.)
Suspense “Diary of Mr. Pritchard” CBS 10/6/52
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (C.H. in “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse”) CBS 1/10/40
(1 hr.)
Textron Theatre (H. Hayes) “Angel Street” w/ B. Karloff. CBS 12/8/45
Theatre of Romance “Angel Street” w/ A. Baxter, V. Price. CBS 10/9/45

HARLOW, JEAN
Lux Radio Theatre “Madame Sans-Gene” w/ R. Taylor, C. Rains. 12/14/36 (1 hr)

HARRIS, PHIL (send SASE for Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show and Jack Benny Program listings)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ L. Armstrong, Martin & Lewis, D. Kerr. NBC 12/17/50 (90 minutes)
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 6/15/44
Camel Screen Guild Players “Birth of the Blues” w/ B. Crosby, D. Shore. ABC 1/18/51 (1 hr.)
Fitch Bandwagon “Jack Benny Renews Phil’s Contract” NBC c. 1946 (hollow)
Hollywood Spotlight #35 w/ B. Burns. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Hollywood Spotlight #36 Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Hollywood Spotlight #37 w/ B. Burns. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Hollywood Spotlight #38 w/ C. Arquette. Syndicated c. 1935 (15 minutes)
Suspense “Death on My Hands” w/ A. Faye. CBS 5/10/51

HARRISON, REX
Academy Award Theater “Night Train” 11/13/46
The Big Show w/ L. Palmer, J. Durante, J. Holliday. NBC 3/25/51 (90 minutes)
Hollywood Calling (series #35) (George Fisher) w/ K. Jurado, R. Merrill, J. Leslie. Synd. c.1952
Hollywood Startime “Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo” ABC 5/26/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Anna and the King of Siam” w/ I. Dunne. AFRS 1/20/47 (1 hr.)
MGM Theater of the Air “Crossroads” Syndicated c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “An Ideal Husband” w/ L. Palmer. NBC 3/30/52 (1 hr.)

HART, MOSS
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47

HART, W.S.
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Porter, B. Lillie. NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)

HASSO, SIGNE
Lux Radio Theatre “The Pied Piper” w/ F. Morgan, M. O’Brien. 11/6/44 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Third Man” w/ J. Cotten. NBC 1/7/51 (1 hr.) (no closing or commercials)

HATFIELD, HURD
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47

HAVER, JUNE
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Irish Eyes are Smiling” w/ D. Haymes. CBS 3/11/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Home in Indiana” w/ W. Brennan, C. Greenwood, J. Crain. 10/2/44
“Intrigue” w/ G. Raft. 5/10/48
“Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!” w/ L. McAllister. 10/24/49
“Trouble Along the Way” w/ J. Carson. AFRS 2/15/54

HAVOC, JUNE
Best Plays “Skylark” NBC 12/7/52 (1 hr.)
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
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ W. Pidgeon. NBC 3/19/42 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Stand-In” CBS 6/12/47
Suspense “Subway” CBS 10/30/47
Suspense “The Black Angel” CBS 1/29/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Blind Date” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 9/29/49
Theatre Guild “They Knew What They Wanted” w/ J. Garfield, L. Carrillo. ABC 5/19/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Of Mice and Men” w/ B. Meredith, George Mathews. ABC 5/8/49 (1 hr.)

HAYDON, JULIE
Theatre of Romance “Mrs. Moonlight” CBS 8/30/43

HAYES, HELEN
Campbell Playhouse (CBS, 1 hour each) (all w/ O. Welles):
“Arrowsmith” 2/3/39
“Victoria Regina” 6/2/39
“Peter Ibbetson” 9/10/39
“What Every Woman Knows” 9/24/39
“Liliom” 10/22/39
“Vanessa” 12/10/39
“Vanity Fair” 1/7/40
“Broome Stages” 2/4/40
Cavalcade of America “Mr. Lincoln’s Wife” NBC 5/31/43
Cavalcade of America “Good Morning, Miss Tyckman” NBC 2/2/48
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Enchanted Cottage” w/ F. March. CBS 11/26/39
Lux Radio Theatre “To the Ladies” w/ O. Kruger. CBS 7/8/40 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Jessel. Blue 1/23/44 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Stars in Their Courses” w/ C. Young (O.Welles, guest host). CBS 11/13/38 (part 1 of 2)
Silver Theatre “Stars in Their Courses” CBS 11/20/38 (part 2 of 2)
Textron Theatre “Happy Journey to Trenton from Camden” w/ G. Lockhart. CBS 12/1/45
Textron Theatre “Angel Street” w/ C. Hardwicke, B. Karloff. CBS 12/8/45
Theatre Guild (ABC, 1 hour each):
“Mary of Scotland” w/ H. Menken. 4/28/46
“What Every Woman Knows” 3/2/47
“The Corn is Green” w/ D. Buka. 12/14/47
“The Glass Menagerie” w/ M. Clift, K. Malden. AFRS 9/16/51 (1 hr.) (clipped closing; sl. muddy)

HAYMES, DICK
Command Performance (#131) w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, C. Daley. AFRS
Jack Benny Show w/ B. Crosby, A. Russell. NBC 3/16/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Irish Eyes Are Smiling” w/ J. Haver. CBS 3/11/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Up in Central Park” w/ D. Durbin. CBS 6/28/48
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Do You Love Me?” w/ M. O’Hara, B. Sullivan. CBS 12/23/46
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ T. Power, D. Shore. CBS 4/7/47
“Just for You” w/ J. Wyman. AFRS 4/13/53
People Are Funny (A. Linkletter) CBS 3/10/53
Suspense “Pigeon in a Cage” CBS 5/15/53

HAYWARD, EDDIE
Spotlight Revue w/ Spike Jones. 5/14/48

HAYWARD, JIM
Hollywood Calling (series #23) (George Fisher) w/ P. Dow, C. Trevor, M. Hopkins. Synd. c.1951

HAYWARD, LOUIS
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Smilin’ Through” w/ N. Shearer, B. Rathbone. CBS 12/17/39
Lux Radio Theatre “My Son, My Son” w/ B. Aherne, M. Carroll, J. Hutchinson. CBS 3/11/40 (1 hr.)

HAYWARD, SUSAN
Charlie McCarthy Show AFRS c. 1947
Lux Radio Theatre “Hold Back the Dawn” w/ C. Boyer, P. Goddard. CBS 11/10/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Petrified Forest” w/ R. Colman. CBS 4/23/45 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Dead Sleep Lightly” w/ L. Bowman. CBS 3/30/43
Suspense “Dame Fortune” CBS 10/24/46

HAYWORTH, RITA
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Only Angels Have Wings” w/ C. Grant, J. Arthur, R. Barthelmess, T. Mitchell. 5/29/39
“Only Angels Have Wings” (dress rehearsal)
“Remember the Night” w/ J. Arthur, F. MacMurray (R.H. and B. Hope are curtain call guests) 12/22/41
“Strawberry Blonde” w/ D. Ameche, V. Bruce. 3/23/42
“The Lady Has Plans” w/ W. Powell. 4/26/43
“Break of Hearts” w/ O. Welles. 9/11/44
“This Love of Ours” w/ C. Korvin. AFRS 2/4/46
Mail Call (#137) w/ F. Morgan, G. Burns, G. Allen, H. Marx. AFRS
Suspense “Three Times Murder” CBS 10/3/46

HEFLIN, VAN
Adventures of Philip Marlowe “Red Wind” NBC 1945 (first program)
Hollywood Calling (#19) (George Fisher) w/ N. Kelly, J.M. Brown, H. Marshall. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Smilin’ Through” w/ L. Day, C.A. Smith. CBS 7/23/45
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Tomorrow is Forever” w/ C. Colbert. CBS 5/6/46
“Vacation from Marriage” w/ D. Kerr. CBS 5/26/47
“Green Dolphin Street” w/ L. Turner. CBS 9/19/49
“The Heiress” w/ O. DeHavilland, L. Calhern. AFRS 9/11/50 (1 hr.)
“The Big Trees” w/ N. Gates. AFRS 11/2/54
Radio Reader’s Digest “Man Who Conquered Devil’s Island” CBS 4/3/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “Why Keep Your Heart in Cold Storage” CBS 11/27/47
Stars on Parade (#538) “Guest of Honor” Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Three Blind Mice” 1/30/47
“Song of the Heart” w/ L. Tuttle. 8/26/48
“Three O’Clock” 3/10/49
“Murder and Aunt Delia” 11/10/49
“Lady in the Red Hat” 11/30/50
“Mystery of the Mary Celeste” 6/8/53
“The Shot” 10/12/53
“The Last Days of John Dillinger” 5/10/54
“Too Hot to Live” 4/13/59
Theatre Guild “State Fair” w/ G., K., & J. Lockhart. NBC 12/31/50 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “George Washington Slept Here” w/ A. Rutherford. AFRS 9/21/52 (1 hr.)

HEIFETZ, JASCHA
Bell Telephone Hour (#34) c. 1944 (1 hr.)
Bell Telephone Hour (#61)
Bell Telephone Hour #94 (1 hr.)
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)

HENDRIX, WANDA
Hollywood Calling (#18) (George Fisher) w/ V. Field, O. Kruger, R. Cummings. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “Two Years Before the Mast” w/ A. Ladd, M. Carey. CBS 9/22/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Ride the Pink Horse” w/ R. Montgomery. CBS 12/8/47 (1 hr)

HENIE, SONJA
Chase & Sanborn Hour (Bergen & McCarthy) w/ D. Ameche, W.C. Fields. NBC 6/27/37 (1 hr.) (brief
cross-talk during Fields’ routine)
Hollywood Hotel “One in a Million” w/ D. Powell, F. Langford, A. Menjou, Ritz Brothers, A. Judge. CBS
12/18/36 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ I. Berlin, T. Power, R. Vallee. (“Second Fiddle” preview) NBC 6/26/39 (1 hr.)

HENREID, PAUL
Family Theatre “Home for Thanksgiving” MBS 11/27/47
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 “Now, Voyager” w/ I. Lupino. CBS 5/10/43 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Angel of Death” CBS 1/3/46
Suspense “No More Alice” CBS 3/14/46

HENRY, WILLIAM
Lux Radio Theatre “The Thin Man” w/ W. Powell, M. Loy, M. Gombell, P. Hall. CBS 6/8/36 (1 hr.)

HEPBURN, KATHARINE
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 Philadelphia Story” w/ C. Grant, J. Stewart. CBS 3/17/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Undercurrent” w/ R. Taylor. CBS 10/6/47 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Little Women” w/ O. Homolka. ABC 12/23/45 (1 hr.)

HERBERT, HUGH
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Mutual-Don Lee Dedicatory Pgm. w/ all-star cast. Mutual 12/30/36 (90 mins.)

HERMAN, WOODY
Command Performance (#150) w/ L. Darnell, M. Tilton, Amos ‘n’ Andy, C. Nazarro.
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#41) Synd. 12/3/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#42) Synd. 12/10/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#43) Synd. 12/17/53 (15 minutes)
Let’s Go to Town w/ G. Gibbs. (#44) Synd. 12/31/53 (15 minutes)

HERNANDEZ, JUANO
Cavalcade of America “The Green Pastures” NBC 12/22/41
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ P. Merivale, S. Ridges. NBC 1/3/35 (1 hr.)
Ford Theatre “The Green Pastures” CBS 2/1/48 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ E. Merman. NBC 5/20/37 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Green Pastures” ABC 4/21/46 (1 hr.)

HERSHOLT, JEAN
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ T. Power, D. Powell, R. Russell. CBS 6/4/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Beachcomber” w/ C. Laughton, E. Lanchester. CBS 11/12/39
Hallmark Playhouse “The Wild Swan” CBS 11/11/48
Hollywood Calling (series#21) (George Fisher) w/ A. Dekker, R. Stack, S. Kramer. Synd. c.1951
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 2/25/37 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players w/ J. Benny, B. Stanwyck, B. Rathbone, M. Curtiz. CBS 3/27/44

HESTON, CHARLTON
Hollywoodo Calling (series #20) (George Fisher) w/ J. Carson, S. Blackmer, J. Evans. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Captain Carey, U.S.A.” CBS 2/2/53
“The President’s Lady” w/ J. Fontaine. AFRS 9/28/53
“The Naked Jungle” w/ D. Reed. AFRS 6/7/54
“Secret of the Incas” w/ N. Maurey. NBC 12/14/54 (no commercials)

HICKS, RUSSELL
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Russell, T. Martin. NBC 12/8/38 (1 hr.)

HILDEGARDE
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 10/14/45
GI Journal (#61) (East Coast) w/ Bergen/McCarthy, R. Rogers, F. Sinatra. AFRS
Guest Star Synd. c. 1950 (15 minutes)
Guest Star Syndicated c. 1951 (15 minutes)
Here’s to Veterans Synd. c. 1948 (15 minutes)
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ J. Garland, B. Crosby, F. Sinatra. CBS 12/9/45 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ R. Bolger, E. Bergner. Blue 11/26/44 (1 hr.)

HILLIARD, HARRIET (see also Nelson, Ozzie)
Family Theatre “Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye” w/ O. Nelson. MBS 6/5/47
Mail Call (#6) w/ J. Arthur, L. Horne, R. Skelton. AFRS
Radio Hall of Fame w/ F. Fay, G. Simms, R. Skelton. Blue 12/12/43 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ C. Morris, H. Broderick. NBC 11/2/35 (1 hr.) (good minus quality)

HILTON, JACK (and his Orchestra)
The Magic Key w/ M. Anderson, M. Downey. NBC 2/2/36 (1 hr.)

HINES, EARL
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, K. Perry, Howard & Shelton. NBC 3/14/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

HITCHCOCK, ALFRED
Information, Please NBC 6/27/41
Information, Please NBC 1/22/43

HODIAK, JOHN
Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ C. Gable, W. Pidgeon, E. Arnold, V. Johnson,
B. Donlevy. NBC 12/1/49
Cavalcade of America “Page One” NBC 5/12/47
Hallmark Playhouse “The Desert Shall Rejoice” CBS 12/16/48
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“In Old Chicago” w/ D. Lamour, R. Young. 10/9/44
“Bride By Mistake” w/ L. Day, M. Hunt. 1/1/45
“Sunday Dinner for a Soldier” w/ A. Baxter, C. Winninger. 2/19/45
“Honky Tonk” w/ L. Turner. AFRS 4/8/46
“Somewhere in the Night” AFRS 3/3/46
Suspense “Dateline Lisbon” CBS 10/5/44
Suspense “Case History of a Gambler” CBS 12/17/51
Suspense “The Big Heist” CBS 12/1/52
Suspense “The Mountain” CBS 3/16/53
Suspense “Hellfire” CBS 9/28/53

HOHL, ARTHUR
Lux Radio Theatre “A Man’s Castle” w/ S. Tracy, L. Young. CBS 3/27/39 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “A Man’s Castle” w/ S. Tracy, I. Bergman. CBS 12/1/41 (1 hr)

HOLDEN, FAY
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
America Calling (see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Stone, M. Rooney, S. Haden, C. Parker. NBC 11/24/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Stone, M. Rooney, C. Parker, A. Rutherford. NBC 4/20/39 (1 hr.)
The Hardy Family (Syndicated, all c. 1950, all w/ M. Rooney, L. Stone):
“Ski Celebrity” “The Bachelor”
“The Hot Rod” “Friend’s Wedding”
“The Watchman”

HOLDEN, GLORIA
Lux Radio Theatre “Hands Across the Table” w/ C. Colbert, J. McCrea, W. Pidgeon. CBS 5/3/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “To the Ladies” w/ H. Hayes, O. Kruger. CBS 7/8/40 (1 hr.)

HOLDEN, WILLIAM
Hollywood Calling (series #26) (George Fisher) w/ E. Parker, H. Emerson, B. Stanwyck. Synd. c.1951
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Our Town” w/ F. Craven, M. Scott, F. Bainter, B. Bondi, T. Mitchell, G. Kibbee, S. Erwin. 5/16/40
“I Wanted Wings” w/ R. Milland, V. Lake. 3/30/42
“Christopher Holiday” w/ L. Young, D. Bruce. 9/17/45
“Miss Susie Slagle’s” w/ J. Caulfield. AFRS 10/21/46
“Dear Ruth” w/ J. Caulfield, B. DeWolfe. 4/26/48
“Apartment for Peggy” w/ J. Crain, E. Gwenn. 2/28/49
“Union Station” w/ N. Olson. AFRS 4/7/52
“Submarine Command” w/ A. Smith. AFRS 11/17/52
“Appointment with Danger” w/ C. Gray. AFRS 1/19/53
Lux Summer Theatre “High Tor” CBS 6/1/53 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Suspense “Blood on the Trumpet” 11/9/50
Suspense “The Outer Limit” CBS 2/15/54
Theatre Guild “Farmer Takes a Wife” w/ C. Trevor. AFRS 2/2/50 (1 hr.)

HOLLIDAY, BILLIE
New World a-Comin’ “Story of Negro Music” w/ C. Shavers, A. Tatum, etc. WMCA NY (25 minutes)

HOLLIDAY, JUDY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E.Cantor, P. Munsel. NBC 1/21/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ J. Durante, R. Harrison. NBC 3/25/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, J. Davis. NBC 4/1/51 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, P. Hoffa, J. Davis, D. King, L. Kirk. NBC 4/22/51 (90 minutes)

HOLLOWAY, STANLEY
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Laughton. NBC 5/6/37 (1 hr.) (uneven sound) (from London)

HOLLOWAY, STERLING
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, M. O’Sullivan. 1/29/39
Lux Radio Theatre “She Loves Me Not” w/ B. Crosby, J. Blondell, N. Grey. CBS 11/8/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Remember the Night” w/ B. Stanwyck, F. MacMurray, B. Bondi. CBS 3/25/40 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#271) w/ Chili Williams, N. Eddy, G. Simms. AFRS WWII

HOLM, CELESTE
The Big Show w/ B. Burns, J. Durante. NBC 3/11/51 (90 minutes)
Command Performance (#202) w/ Andrews Sisters, Durante & Moore. AFRS 1945

HOLMAN, LIBBY
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ W. Connolly, J. Burke. NBC 1/10/35 (1 hr.)

HOLTZ, LOU
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, W. Winchell, D. Taylor, A. Faye. NBC 10/26/33 (1 hr.)
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, J. Teagarden. NBC 7/18/43

HOMEIER, SKIP
Suspense “Peanut Brittle” CBS 8/18/57
Suspense “Subway Stop” CBS 5/11/58

HOMOLKA, OSCAR
Theatre Guild “Little Women” w/ K. Hepburn. ABC 12/23/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Papa is All” w/ A. MacMahon. ABC 12/22/46 (1 hr.)

HOOSIER HOT SHOTS
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Command Performance “Favorite Songwriters” I. Dunne is m.c. AFRS WWII

HOPE, BOB (send SASE for Bob Hope Show listing)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ E. Cantor, J. Durante, P. Como. NBC 11/19/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ L. Armstrong, Martin & Lewis, D. Kerr. NBC 12/17/50 (90 minutes)
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, G. Marx. NBC 4/1/51 (90 minutes)
Bing Crosby Show (30 minutes each):
w/ J. Garland. 10/11/50
w/ J. Garland. 10/18/50
12/26/51
w/ P. Page. 1/16/52
Breakfast in Hollywood (G. Jessel) NBC 10/7/54 (audition)
Cavalcade of America “Bob Hope Reports” NBC 10/11/43
Command Performance (#138) w/ J. Mercer, G. DeHaven, J. Allyson, F. Langford, J. Colonna, E. Smith.
Command Performance (#154) w/ B. Crosby, Andrews Sisters, A. O’Day, L. Bacall, S. Kenton.
Command Performance (#155) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast)
Command Performance (#195) ”Truth or Consequences” w/ R. Edwards. AFRS WWII
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (B.H. is mc) (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS WWII
(2 hr. 15 min.)
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Elgin 2-hr Xmas Party (see Ameche, Don for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
Family Theatre “T-Formation” MBS 10/9/47
GI Journal (#42) w/ B. Grable, G. Miller, J. Colonna. AFRS
GI Journal (#70) w/ J. Wyman, M. Pious, J. Colonna. AFRS
GI Journal (#74) w/ L. Parsons, Andrews Sisters, D. Lamour. AFRS
Guest Star w/ B. Crosby. Syndicated 12/18/49 (15 minutes)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ F. Brice, H. Stafford, M. Raye, G. Murphy. CBS 3/19/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ G. Cooper, M. Dietrich, C. Boswell, Z. Pitts. CBS 10/8/39
Hallmark Playhouse “Elmer the Great” CBS 10/7/48
Hollywood Calling (series #33) (George Fisher) w/ Hugo Haas, M. Raye, V. Price. Synd. c.1952
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) 1/24/42 (1 hr)
Jack Benny Program “Leaving for Denver” NBC 1/11/48
Jack Benny Program “Road to Bali” CBS 1/11/53
Jack Benny Program “Jack and Bob Double Date” 4/17/55
Jimmy Durante w/ V. Moore. NBC 1/7/48
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 4/13/44
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 6/15/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Awful Truth” w/ C. Bennett, R. Bellamy. 3/10/41
“Remember the Night” w/J. Arthur, F. MacMurray. (B.H. and R. Hayworth are curtain call guests)
12/22/41
“My Favorite Blonde” w/ V. Bruce. 10/19/42
“Road to Morocco” w/ B. Crosby, G. Simms. AFRS 4/5/43
“I Never Left Home” w/ F. Langford, J. Colonna. 1/8/45
“Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ J. Caulfield. AFRS 4/14/47
“Fancy Pants” w/ L. Ball. 9/10/51
“The Lemon Drop Kid” w/ M. Maxwell. 12/10/51
Mail Call (#143) w/ C. Gable, C. Haines, M. Whitty. AFRS
Martin & Lewis Show NBC 3/24/49
Maxwell House Showboat “In Portland, Maine” w/ L. Ross (no commercials) (1 hr)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Bob Hope Visits” CBS 3/31/43
Philco Radio Time w/ B. Crosby, D. Lamour. ABC 1/29/47 (no commercials)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Ghost Breakers” NBC 4/3/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Paleface” w/ J. Russell. NBC 3/3/50
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 minutes)
Suspense “Death Has a Shadow” CBS 5/5/49
USO Farewell Pgm. w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. (mc), all-star cast. NBC 1/11/48

HOPKINS, MIRIAM
Campbell Playhouse “It Happened One Night” w/ W. Powell. CBS 1/28/40 (1 hr)
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, D. Weston. NBC 11/7/35 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Players “The Morning Glory” w/ R. Milland, A. Menjou. CBS 3/24/40 (no opening)
Hollywood Calling (series #23) (George Fisher) w/ P. Dow, J. Hayward, C. Trevor. Synd. c.1951
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Mary Burns, Fugitive” w/ H. Fonda. 4/11/38
“Confession” w/ C. Rains, R. Greene, A. Shirley. 11/21/38
“Tovarich” w/ W. Powell, C. H. Gordon. 5/15/39
“The Old Maid” w/ L. Young, H. Wood. 10/30/39
“The Hard Way” w/ F. Tone, A. Baxter, C. Morris. 3/20/44
“Old Acquaintance” w/ A. Smith, O. Kruger. 5/29/44
New World a-Comin’ “There are Things to Do” WMCA NY 2/4/45 (first 17 minutes only)
Obsession Synd. 1950’s
Stars on Parade (#568) “Final Curtain” Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)
Suspense “The Rose Garden” CBS 10/5/50

HOPPER, HEDDA
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore, V. Vague. NBC 10/25/45
Campbell Playhouse “Dinner at Eight” w/ L. Ball, M. Rambeau. CBS 2/18/40 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “We Were Dancing” w/ R. Montgomery, B. Barner. CBS 10/29/39
Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood c. 1948
Lux Radio Theatre “Dulcy” w/ G. Burns, G. Allen, E. Nugent, N. Lee. (H.H. is intermission guest) CBS
3/29/37 (1 hr.)
Orson Welles Radio Almanac (King Cole Trio) CBS 2/23/44
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ D. Montgomery, H. Chandler, I. Chase. CBS
9/20/39 (1 hr.)

HORNE, LENA
Command Performance w/ M. Raye, J. Carson, J. Wyman. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ C. Haines, S. Ross, L. Horne, F. Langford. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Hollywood Calling (series #27) (George Fisher) w/ T. Curtis, R. Reagan, P. Laurie. Synd. c.1951
Mail Call (#6) w/ J. Arthur, R. Skelton. AFRS
Mail Call (#126) w/ A. Rutherford, King Sisters, J. Mercer, G. Moore. AFRS
Suspense “You were Wonderful” 11/9/44
What’s New? (C.B. DeMille) w/ H. Marshall, E. Keyes. Blue 1/1/44 (1 hr.)

HORTON, EDWARD EVERETT
Charlie McCarthy Show (date?)
Command Performance (#161) w/ J. Crain, W. Bendix, H. James, G. Krupa.
Forecast “Leave it to Jeeves” 8/12/40
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Tailored by Toni” w/ C. Lombard, J. Stewart, S. Byington. CBS 3/12/39
Kraft Music Hall w/ A. Jolson. 3/11/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Gay Divorcee” w/ F. Sinatra, G. DeHaven, S. Byington. CBS 3/6/44
Shell Chateau w/ G. Rogers, A. Jolson. CBS 9/28/35 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ E.R. Burroughs. (E.E.H. & L. .Watson in “Her Master’s
Voice”) CBS 10/18/39 (1 hr.)

HOWARD, JOHN
Lux Radio Theatre “The Virginian” w/ G. Cooper, C. Bickford, H. Mack. CBS 11/2/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “5th Avenue Girl” w/ G. Rogers, E. Arnold. 12/16/40 (1 hr.)

HOWARD, LESLIE
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Much Ado About Nothing” w/ R. Russell. CBS 7/19/37 (1 hr.)
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Leslie Ruth Howard, H. Armetta. NBC 6/27/35 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ K. Francis, V. Weidler, M. Nash, I. Pichel. 3/26/39
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ E. Landi, P. de Cordoba. 6/21/37
“The Scarlet Pimpernel” w/ O. DeHavilland, D. Green. 12/12/38
“Lady for a Day” w/ M. Robson, W. William, G. Kibbee, J. Parker. (L.H. is guest host) 5/1/39
“Life of Emile Zola” w/ P. Muni, J. Hutchinson. (L.H. is guest host) 5/8/39
Silver Theatre “A Study in Triangles” w/ R. Johnson. CBS 1/8/39
Texaco Town (E. Cantor) CBS 12/6/36
Texaco Town (E. Cantor) CBS 5/30/37

HOWARD, MOE
Memoirs of the Movies (Part 3) “Birth of a Boffo” (J.E. Brown, narrator) 1959

HOWARD, TOM & SHELTON, GEORGE (send SASE for It Pays to Be Ignorant listing)
Fleischmann Hour (NBC, 1 hour each, all w/ R. Vallee):
w/ A. Faye, M. Sullavan. 11/16/33
w/ D. King, V. Moore. 3/14/35 (no commercials)
w/ P. Franay, E. Hines. 3/21/35
w/ R. Pryor, P. Conklin, N. Beery. 3/28/35
w/ C. Rains, Duncan Sisters. 4/4/35
Radio Hall of Fame w/ S. Tucker, P. Muni, R. Haydn. Blue 4/30/44 (1 hr.)

HOWARD, WILLIE
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, E. Howard, L. Lehr. NBC 11/14/35 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ M. Evans. NBC 9/16/37 (1 hr.)

HUBBELL, CARL
Lux Radio Theatre “Elmer the Great” w/ J.E. Brown, J. Travis. (C.H. and L. Gehrig are intermission guests)
CBS 10/5/36 (1 hr.)

HUDSON, ROCK
Lux Radio Theatre “Great Expectations” w/ B. Rush. AFRS 10/12/54 (1 hr.)

HULL, HENRY
Cavalcade of America “Story of Enoch Crosby” NBC 2/27/40
Family Theatre “Moby Dick” MBS 7/13/49
Suspense “The Pit & the Pendulum” CBS 1/12/43

HUME, BENITA (see also Colman, Ronald)
Lux Radio Theatre “Peg o’ My Heart” w/ M. Davies, B. Aherne, J.F. MacDonald. CBS 11/29/37 (1 hr.)

HUNT, MARSHA
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ E.G. Robinson, H. Bogart. CBS 1/2/41
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 (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Lost Angel” w/ M. O’Brien, J. Craig, K. Wynn. 6/19/44
“Bride By Mistake” w/ L. Day, J. Hodiak. 1/1/45
“Made for Each Other” w/ J. Stewart. 12/17/45
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Pink Camellias” 12/27/45
“Self-Defense” 10/16/47
“The Last Kilometer” 6/22/58
“Night Man” 7/26/59 (no commercials)

HUNTER, JEFFREY
Hollywood Calling (series #42) (George Fisher) w/ A. Lansbury, M. Windsor, M. Rooney. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Lure of the Wilderness” w/ J. Peters. AFRS 5/25/53 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Lux Radio Theatre “Rawhide” w/ D. Reed. NBC 3/22/55 (1 hr.) (no commercials)

HUSSEY, RUTH
Cavalcade of America “Troublesome Jane” 9/20/49
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, R. Morgan, etal. NBC 11/3/38 (1 hr.)
Guest Star “Dolly Madison” Syndicated 11/4/51 (15 minutes)
Information, Please NBC 2/6/42
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 5/28/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Flight Command” w/ R. Taylor, W. Pidgeon. 3/24/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Navy Comes Through” w/ P. O’Brien, G. Murphy. CBS 5/3/43 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Firing Run” CBS 11/3/57
Theatre Guild “The Silver Cord” w/ R. Bellamy. ABC 1/13/46 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became Of . . . ? 4/27/71

HUSTON, JOHN
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

HUSTON, WALTER
Amos ‘n’ Andy 10th Anniversary program NBC 8/1/36 (15 min.)
Campbell Playhouse “The Magnificent Ambersons” w/ O. Welles. CBS 10/29/39 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “The Raven Wins Texas” 3/12/40
Cavalcade of America “All That Money Can Buy” w/ E. Arnold, A. Shirley. NBC 10/20/41
Cavalcade of America “The Girl Lincoln Loved” w/ J. Fontaine. NBC 10/23/44
Cavalcade of America “The Laziest Man in the World” w/ C. Laughton. NBC 11/13/44
Cavalcade of America “America For Christmas” NBC 12/25/44
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Henry IV” w/ H. Bogart, B. Aherne, M. Whitty, W. Connolly. CBS
8/23/37 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young, N. Sunderland, E. Gardner. NBC 11/9/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, R. Walburn. NBC 11/23/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, L. Holtz, B. Rubin. NBC 12/7/39 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 10/15/42 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Yankee Doodle Dandy” w/ J. Cagney, J. Leslie. CBS 10/19/42
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Barker” w/ C. Colbert, N. Foster. 7/20/36
“Dodsworth” w/ N. Sunderland, B. O’Neil, B. Kent, P. de Cordoba. 10/4/37
“Mad About Music” w/ D. Durbin, H. Marshall, G. Patrick. (W.H. is guest host) 4/18/38
“The Letter” w/ M. Oberon, R. Forbes. 5/23/38
“Swanee River” w/ D. Morgan, A. Jolsonl. (W.H. is guest host) 4/2/45
“Another Part of the Forest” w/ A. Blyth, V. Price. 9/13/48 (no commercials)
“Treasure of the Sierra Madre” w/ H. Bogart, F. Lovejoy. 4/18/49
Navy Relief Program w/ W. Winchell, J. Louis, B. Donlevy. MBS 1/7/42
Studio One “Babbitt” CBS 3/30/48 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (W.H. in “Five Star Final”) CBS 1/17/40 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Ah! Wilderness” ABC 10/7/45 (good minus quality) (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Knickerbocker Holiday” w/ D. Brooks, J. Darling. ABC 12/30/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Our Town” w/ E. Taylor. NBC 3/12/50 (1 hr.)
Then & Now w/ A. Jolson, D.W. Griffith. NBC 10/1/36
We Hold These Truths! (by Norman Corwin) all networks 12/15/41 (1 hr.)

HUTCHINSON, JOSEPHINE
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, E. Bergen & C. McCarthy, W.C. Fields, J. Iturbi. 5/30/37 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Bridge of Mercy” w/ P. Muni, L. Atwill. CBS 3/5/39
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“A Farewell to Arms” w/ C. Gable, A. Menjou, J. LaRue. 4/4/37
“The Front Page” w/ W. Winchell, J. Gleason. 6/28/37
“Count of Monte Cristo” w/ R. Montgomery, L. Stone, L. Nolan, P. Lukas. 2/6/39
“Life of Emile Zola” w/ P. Muni. 5/8/39
“The Champ” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery, B. Larson. 11/13/39
“My Son, My Son” w/ B. Aherne, M. Carroll, L. Hayward. 3/11/40
“The Champ” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery, B. Larson. 6/29/42
“H.M. Pulham, Esq.” w/ H. Lamarr, R. Young. 7/13/42

HUTTON, BETTY
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 9/28/47
Hollywood Calling (series #38) (George Fisher) w/ F. Lovejoy, Y. Dugay, P. Wymore. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Somebody Loves Me” w/ G. Barry. AFRS 4/27/53 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#142) w/ F. Sinatra, V. Blaine, W. Demarest. AFRS
Orson Welles Radio Almanac CBS 3/22/44

HUTTON, JANE
GI Journal (#61) w/ Abbott & Costello, J. Wyman. AFRS WWII

HUTTON, MARION
Mail Call (#46) w/ E.G. Robinson, D. Powell, the Modernaires. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#130) w/ E. Bergen, I. Bergen. AFRS
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) (7th War Loan Drive) WNEW NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

HYMER, WARREN
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, G. Raft, P. Moran, B. Burns. CBS 4/2/39

 

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

 

 

INESCORT, FRIEDA
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Taming of the Shrew” w/ E.G. Robinson. CBS 8/2/37 (1 hr.)

INGRAM, REX
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, M. Korjus, V. Kilian, C. Blandick. NBC 2/2/39 (1 hr.)

IVES, BURL
Command Performance (#214) w/ G. Rogers, K. Starr, O.Nelson. AFRS WWII
Guest Star Syndicated 7/25/48 (15 min.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Philco Radio Time ABC 11/20/46
Spotlight Revue (Spike Jones) 5/7/48
Theatre Guild “Sing Out, Sweet Land” ABC 10/21/45 (1 hr.)
INESCORT, FRIEDA
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Taming of the Shrew” w/ E.G. Robinson. CBS 8/2/37 (1 hr.)

INGRAM, REX
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, M. Korjus, V. Kilian, C. Blandick. NBC 2/2/39 (1 hr.)

IVES, BURL
Command Performance (#214) w/ G. Rogers, K. Starr, O.Nelson. AFRS WWII
Guest Star Syndicated 7/25/48 (15 min.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Philco Radio Time ABC 11/20/46
Spotlight Revue (Spike Jones) 5/7/48
Theatre Guild “Sing Out, Sweet Land” ABC 10/21/45 (1 hr.)

 

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

 


JAFFE, SAM
Lux Radio Theatre “A Doll’s House” w/ J. Crawford, B. Rathbone. CBS 6/6/38 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Suspicion” w/ L. Tuttle, A. Reed. CBS 4/3/38 (1 hr.)

JAGGER, DEAN
Cavalcade of America “Torpedo Lane” NBC 11/9/42
Cavalcade of America “Unsinkable Marblehead” NBC 6/21/43

JAMES, HARRY
America Dances Roseland Dance City, NYC. CBS 7/19/39
Band remote CBS 7/19/39
Band remote Southland Cafe, Boston. NBC 3/19/40
Band remote Hotel Lincoln, NYC. NBC 5/22/41
Band remote Astor Roof Hotel, NYC. CBS 6/7/44 (15 min.)
Band remote Meadowbrook Cedar Grove. MBS 8/14/44 (15 min.)
Band remote Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island. CBS 6/8/45
Band remote Astor Hotel, NYC. CBS 5/25/53
Call for Music w/ D. Shore, J. Mercer. NBC 2/9/48
Command Performance (#161) w/ J. Crain, E.E. Horton, W. Bendix, G. Krupa.
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Jack Kirkwood Show w/ W. Brown, C. Haines, H.J. Orchestra. Mutual 9/29/50
Mail Call (#111) w/ G. Simms, J. Durante, J. Mercer, J. Stafford. AFRS

JAMISON, ANNE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)

JARMAN, CLAUDE JR.
Hallmark Playhouse “My Friend Flicka” CBS 11/4/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Yearling” w/ G. Peck, J. Wyman. CBS 1/6/47

JEAN, GLORIA
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became Of . . . ? 3/30/71

JENKINS, ALLAN
Hollywood Calling (series #6) (George Fisher) w/ G. Langan, C. Downs, K. Murray. Synd. c.1949
Lux Radio Theatre “Alias Jimmy Valentine” w/ P. O’Brien, M. Evans, W. Frawley. CBS 11/9/36 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became Of . . . ? 11/23/71 (hollow sound)

JEPSON, HELEN
Kraft Music Hall (P. Whiteman) NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (P. Whiteman) w/ D. Oldham, J. Mercer. NBC 12/20/34 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Naughty Marietta” w/ L. Tibbett. CBS 3/28/38 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ J. Melton, G.M. Cohan, B. Goodman. NBC 12/29/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery) w/ Con Conrad, G. Jessel, M. Rooney. CBS 1/23/35 (1 hr.)

JESSEL, GEORGE
Academy Awards (G.J. hosts pre-show) 3/2/44 (55 minutes)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, P. Hoffa, L. Boyer, G. Marx, G. Rogers. NBC 5/6/51 (90 min.)
Bing Crosby Chesterfield Show 6/6/51
Breakfast in Hollywood (G.J. is host) w/ B. Hope. NBC 10/7/54 (audition)
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 10/31/45
Fred Allen Show NBC 1/20/46
Fred Allen Show NBC 5/14/47
Good News of 1939 w/ S. Tracy, P. Regan, R. Johnson, (G.J. is guest) NBC 9/29/38
Jack Benny Program NBC 4/3/38
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/7/43
Jack Benny Program “Jack’s Life Story” NBC 11/4/51
Mail Call (#145) w/ B. Grable, Mills Brothers, A. Treacher. AFRS WWII (muddy sound 2nd half)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ H. Hayes. Blue 1/23/44 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ K. Baker, V. Vague, E. Logan. Blue 2/11/45 ( 1hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery) w/ Con Conrad, M. Rooney, H. Jepson. CBS 11/23/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau w/ B. Davis, E. Taylor, A. Jolson. CBS 8/3/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ B. Karloff. CBS 8/31/35 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) AFRS 5/7/44
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood w/ E. Lowe, A. Arnell. Mutual 3/13/37
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood (G.J. is host) w/ Weber & Fields. MBS 10/17/37
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood w/ J. Garland, B. Wheeler. Mutual 10/24/37
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood w/ Smith & Dale. 2/27/38

JEWELL, ISABEL
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ E.G. Robinson, J. Calleia. CBS 2/25/40
Lux Radio Theatre “The 39 Steps” w/ R. Montgomery, I. Lupino, G. Lockhart. CBS 12/13/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Algiers” w/ C. Boyer, L. Young, J.C. Naish, G. Lockhart. CBS 12/14/42 (1 hr.)

JOHANN, ZITA
Lux Radio Theatre “Captain Applejack” w/ F. Morgan, M. O’Sullivan, A. Tamiroff. CBS 10/19/36
(fair quality only)

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

JOHNSON, RITA
Good News of 1939 w/ G. Jessel, S. Tracy, P. Regan. NBC 9/29/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ C. Gable, L. Barrymore. NBC 10/27/38 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Hollywood Legend” w/ F. Tone. CBS 1/6/38
Silver Theatre “A Study in Triangles” w/ L. Howard. CBS 1/8/39

JOHNSON, VAN
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, B. Hope. NBC 4/1/51 (90 minutes)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ C. Gable, W. Pidgeon, B. Donlevy, E. Arnold,
J. Hodiak. NBC 12/1/49
Jack Benny Program NBC 4/7/46
Jack Benny Program “Double Date with Van Johnson” CBS 3/20/49
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“War Against Mrs. Hadley” w/ E. Arnold, F. Bainter, J. Rogers. CBS 12/7/42
“You Came Along” w/ L. Scott, D. DeFore. CBS 1/7/46
“Mother is a Freshman” w/ L. Young. CBS 10/17/49
“Battleground” w/ G. Murphy. AFRS 12/7/54
“Trouble Along the Way” w/ J. Dru. NBC 3/29/55
NBC Star Playhouse “John Loves Mary” w/ N. Foch. 1/17/54 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Singing Walls” CBS 11/2/44
Suspense “The Defense Rests” CBS 10/6/49
Suspense “Salvage” CBS 4/6/50
Suspense “Strange for a Killer” CBS 3/15/51 (rehearsal-no opening)
Suspense “Around the World” CBS 4/6/53
Theatre of Romance “Seventh Heaven” w/ S. Peters. CBS 9/4/45
Theatre of Romance “Love Affair” w/ S. Peters. CBS 12/11/45

JOLSON, AL
Al Jolson Show w/ R. Benchley. CBS 1/12/43
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 6/4/41
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
George Gershwin Tribute w/ P. Whiteman, F. Astaire. NBC 7/12/37 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/18/47
Jack Benny Program Palm Springs CBS 4/2/50 (final commercial missing)
Kraft Music Hall w/ E.E. Horton. 3/11/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ E.G. Robinson. 3/18/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ C. Webb. 3/25/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ J. Durante. 4/1/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ V. Vague. 4/8/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ D. Kirsten. 4/22/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ D. Kirsten. NBC 3/3/49
Kraft Music Hall (#28) w/ M. Whiting, J. Kirkwood. AFRS
Leo Forbstein Memorial Program 4/25/49 (abridged: 45 minutes of 1 hr.)
Let Yourself Go w/ M. Berle. 6/6/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Burlesque” w/ R. Keeler. 6/15/36
“Swanee River” w/ D. Morgan, F. Gifford. 4/2/45
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ T. Power, D. Shore. 4/7/47
“The Jazz Singer” w/ G. Patrick. 6/2/47
“The Jolson Story” w/ E. Keyes. 2/16/48
“Jolson Sings Again” w/ B. Hale, W. Demarest. 5/22/50
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hrs. 30 min.)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 3/5/47
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 4/2/47
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) 5/4/47
Santa Anita Handicap w/ B. Bernie, B. DeSylva. NBC 7/12/37 (35 min.)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau w/ J. Penner. 9/7/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (A.J. is mc; CBS, 1 hour each):
w/ Dixie Lee, R. Barthelmess. 7/6/35
w/ L. Wiley, J. Blondell. 7/13/35
w/ B. Davis, G. Jessel, Estelle Taylor. 8/3/35
w/ B. Karloff, G. Jessel. 8/31/35
w/ G. Rogers, E.E. Horton. 9/28/35
w/ H. Marshall, C. Calloway. 1/25/36
w/ Sylvia Froos, M. Rosenbloom. 6/29/36
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 min.)
Texaco Town w/ E. Cantor. CBS 1/3/37
Then & Now w/ D.W. Griffith, W. Huston. NBC 10/15/36
Your All-Time Hit Parade w/ T. Dorsey. NBC 7/23/44

JONES, ALLAN
Family Theatre “The Awakening” w/ S. Peters. MBS 5/8/47
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, B. Ebsen, G. Murphy, J. Garland, S. Tucker, J. MacDonald.
NBC 1/4/37 (1 hr.) (first show)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, J. Stewart, V. Bruce, J. Carradine. NBC 2/10/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ M. O’Sullivan, R. Taylor, J. Benny. NBC 2/17/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Barrymore, L. Ayres, E. Powell. NBC 10/13/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, W. Connolly, M. Martin. NBC 12/14/39 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Naughty Marietta” w/ I. Manning. CBS 7/29/46
Mail Call (#123) w/ M. Raye, J. Carson, B. Burns, V. Blaine. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#267) w/ G. Marx, J. Powell, M. Tilton. AFRS WWII
Packard Hour w/ F. Astaire, C. Butterworth. NBC 11/3/36 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ J. Garland, B. Tilden, Patsy Kelly. NBC 11/16/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ D. Durgin, Tim & Irene, J. Cooper. NBC 12/28/35 (1 hr.)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (c. 3 hrs.)

JONES, JENNIFER
Academy Awards w/ J. Benny (mc) 3/2/44 (55 minutes)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ H. O’Connell, J. Lester, C. Bickford. Blue 2/20/44 (1 hr.) (clipped opening)

JONES, MARCIA MAE
Lux Radio Theatre “These Three” w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, M. Astor, A. Kruger. CBS 12/6/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Mad About Music” w/ D. Durbin, H. Marshall, G. Patrick. CBS 4/18/38 (1 hr.)

JONES, SPIKE
Chase & Sanborn Hour (NBC, 1 hour each, all w/ F. Langford):
w/ A. Menjou. 7/1/45 w/ C. Kemper. 7/29/45
w/ V. Vague. 7/8/45 w/ C. Kemper. 8/5/45
w/ W. Frawley. 7/15/45 w/ C. Kemper. 8/12/45
w/ C. Kemper. 7/22/45 w/ C. Kemper. 8/19/45
Bob Burns Show NBC c.1942 (no opening)
Command Performance (#34) w/ C. Grant, R. Stevens, E. Waters, Abbott & Costello. AFRS
Command Performance (#182) w/ B. Crosby, T. Dorsey. AFRS WWII
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Here’s to Vets Syndicated 3/8/51 (15 minutes)
Kraft Music Hall 11/30/40 (1 hr.)
The Land’s Best Bands AFRS 1951 (2 shows; 15 min. each)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 9/23/46
Spike Jones Show w/ D. Ameche. CBS 5/25/49
Spotlight Revue w/ The Three Suns. CBS 2/5/47
Spotlight Revue w/ The Dunning Sisters. CBS 11/2/47

JORDAN, LOUIS
Jubilee (#81) w/ M. Scott, Nickodemus. AFRS c. 1945

JORY, VICTOR
Hallmark Playhouse “Lincoln & the Baltimore Plot” CBS 2/9/50
Matinee Theatre “A Man Named Jones” CBS 4/8/45
Suspense “Thou Shalt Not Commit” CBS 4/14/57
Suspense “Old Army Buddy” CBS 9/8/57
Theatre of Romance “Casablance” w/ Dooley Wilson. CBS 12/19/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “Beloved Enemy” CBS 10/29/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “My Favorite Wife” CBS 11/5/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “Penny Serenade” CBS 11/12/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “The Scarlet Pimpernel” CBS 11/19/44

JOSLYN, ALLYN
Suspense “The Locked Room” w/ V. Bruce. CBS 1/27/44

JOURDAN, LOUIS
Screen Director’s Playhouse “No Minor Vices” w/ D. Andrews. NBC 2/22/51 (1 hr)
Theatre Guild “Camille” w/ J. Fontaine. NBC 4/3/49 (1 hr.) (no opening or closing)

JOY, LEATRICE
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ E.G. Robinson, I. Jewell. 2/25/40
NBC Star Playhouse “Sunset Blvd.” w/ J. Lynn. 1/31/54 (1 hr.) (good-minus quality)

JOYCE, BRENDA
Good News of 1940 w/ A. Faye, E. Arnold, R. Greene. NBC 1/25/40 (1 hr.)
Stars Over Hollywood “Ask of Thyself” CBS 11/15/47

JUDGE, ARLINE
Hollywood Hotel Preview of “One in a Million” w/ D. Powell, F. Langford, A. Menjou, Ritz Brothers,
S. Henie. CBS 12/18/36 (1 hr.)

JURADO, KATY
Hollywood Calling (series #35) (George Fisher) w/ R. Merrill, J. Leslie, R. Harrison. Synd. c.1952
JAFFE, SAM
Lux Radio Theatre “A Doll’s House” w/ J. Crawford, B. Rathbone. CBS 6/6/38 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Suspicion” w/ L. Tuttle, A. Reed. CBS 4/3/38 (1 hr.)

JAGGER, DEAN
Cavalcade of America “Torpedo Lane” NBC 11/9/42
Cavalcade of America “Unsinkable Marblehead” NBC 6/21/43

JAMES, HARRY
America Dances Roseland Dance City, NYC. CBS 7/19/39
Band remote CBS 7/19/39
Band remote Southland Cafe, Boston. NBC 3/19/40
Band remote Hotel Lincoln, NYC. NBC 5/22/41
Band remote Astor Roof Hotel, NYC. CBS 6/7/44 (15 min.)
Band remote Meadowbrook Cedar Grove. MBS 8/14/44 (15 min.)
Band remote Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island. CBS 6/8/45
Band remote Astor Hotel, NYC. CBS 5/25/53
Call for Music w/ D. Shore, J. Mercer. NBC 2/9/48
Command Performance (#161) w/ J. Crain, E.E. Horton, W. Bendix, G. Krupa.
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Jack Kirkwood Show w/ W. Brown, C. Haines, H.J. Orchestra. Mutual 9/29/50
Mail Call (#111) w/ G. Simms, J. Durante, J. Mercer, J. Stafford. AFRS

JAMISON, ANNE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)

JARMAN, CLAUDE JR.
Hallmark Playhouse “My Friend Flicka” CBS 11/4/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Yearling” w/ G. Peck, J. Wyman. CBS 1/6/47

JEAN, GLORIA
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became Of . . . ? 3/30/71

JENKINS, ALLAN
Hollywood Calling (series #6) (George Fisher) w/ G. Langan, C. Downs, K. Murray. Synd. c.1949
Lux Radio Theatre “Alias Jimmy Valentine” w/ P. O’Brien, M. Evans, W. Frawley. CBS 11/9/36 (1 hr.)
Whatever Became Of . . . ? 11/23/71 (hollow sound)

JEPSON, HELEN
Kraft Music Hall (P. Whiteman) NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (P. Whiteman) w/ D. Oldham, J. Mercer. NBC 12/20/34 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Naughty Marietta” w/ L. Tibbett. CBS 3/28/38 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ J. Melton, G.M. Cohan, B. Goodman. NBC 12/29/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery) w/ Con Conrad, G. Jessel, M. Rooney. CBS 1/23/35 (1 hr.)

JESSEL, GEORGE
Academy Awards (G.J. hosts pre-show) 3/2/44 (55 minutes)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, P. Hoffa, L. Boyer, G. Marx, G. Rogers. NBC 5/6/51 (90 min.)
Bing Crosby Chesterfield Show 6/6/51
Breakfast in Hollywood (G.J. is host) w/ B. Hope. NBC 10/7/54 (audition)
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 10/31/45
Fred Allen Show NBC 1/20/46
Fred Allen Show NBC 5/14/47
Good News of 1939 w/ S. Tracy, P. Regan, R. Johnson, (G.J. is guest) NBC 9/29/38
Jack Benny Program NBC 4/3/38
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/7/43
Jack Benny Program “Jack’s Life Story” NBC 11/4/51
Mail Call (#145) w/ B. Grable, Mills Brothers, A. Treacher. AFRS WWII (muddy sound 2nd half)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ H. Hayes. Blue 1/23/44 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ K. Baker, V. Vague, E. Logan. Blue 2/11/45 ( 1hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery) w/ Con Conrad, M. Rooney, H. Jepson. CBS 11/23/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau w/ B. Davis, E. Taylor, A. Jolson. CBS 8/3/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ B. Karloff. CBS 8/31/35 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) AFRS 5/7/44
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood w/ E. Lowe, A. Arnell. Mutual 3/13/37
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood (G.J. is host) w/ Weber & Fields. MBS 10/17/37
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood w/ J. Garland, B. Wheeler. Mutual 10/24/37
Thirty Minutes in Hollywood w/ Smith & Dale. 2/27/38

JEWELL, ISABEL
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ E.G. Robinson, J. Calleia. CBS 2/25/40
Lux Radio Theatre “The 39 Steps” w/ R. Montgomery, I. Lupino, G. Lockhart. CBS 12/13/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Algiers” w/ C. Boyer, L. Young, J.C. Naish, G. Lockhart. CBS 12/14/42 (1 hr.)

JOHANN, ZITA
Lux Radio Theatre “Captain Applejack” w/ F. Morgan, M. O’Sullivan, A. Tamiroff. CBS 10/19/36
(fair quality only)

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

JOHNSON, RITA
Good News of 1939 w/ G. Jessel, S. Tracy, P. Regan. NBC 9/29/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ C. Gable, L. Barrymore. NBC 10/27/38 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Hollywood Legend” w/ F. Tone. CBS 1/6/38
Silver Theatre “A Study in Triangles” w/ L. Howard. CBS 1/8/39

JOHNSON, VAN
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, B. Hope. NBC 4/1/51 (90 minutes)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ C. Gable, W. Pidgeon, B. Donlevy, E. Arnold,
J. Hodiak. NBC 12/1/49
Jack Benny Program NBC 4/7/46
Jack Benny Program “Double Date with Van Johnson” CBS 3/20/49
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“War Against Mrs. Hadley” w/ E. Arnold, F. Bainter, J. Rogers. CBS 12/7/42
“You Came Along” w/ L. Scott, D. DeFore. CBS 1/7/46
“Mother is a Freshman” w/ L. Young. CBS 10/17/49
“Battleground” w/ G. Murphy. AFRS 12/7/54
“Trouble Along the Way” w/ J. Dru. NBC 3/29/55
NBC Star Playhouse “John Loves Mary” w/ N. Foch. 1/17/54 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Singing Walls” CBS 11/2/44
Suspense “The Defense Rests” CBS 10/6/49
Suspense “Salvage” CBS 4/6/50
Suspense “Strange for a Killer” CBS 3/15/51 (rehearsal-no opening)
Suspense “Around the World” CBS 4/6/53
Theatre of Romance “Seventh Heaven” w/ S. Peters. CBS 9/4/45
Theatre of Romance “Love Affair” w/ S. Peters. CBS 12/11/45

JOLSON, AL
Al Jolson Show w/ R. Benchley. CBS 1/12/43
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 6/4/41
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
George Gershwin Tribute w/ P. Whiteman, F. Astaire. NBC 7/12/37 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/18/47
Jack Benny Program Palm Springs CBS 4/2/50 (final commercial missing)
Kraft Music Hall w/ E.E. Horton. 3/11/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ E.G. Robinson. 3/18/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ C. Webb. 3/25/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ J. Durante. 4/1/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ V. Vague. 4/8/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ D. Kirsten. 4/22/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ D. Kirsten. NBC 3/3/49
Kraft Music Hall (#28) w/ M. Whiting, J. Kirkwood. AFRS
Leo Forbstein Memorial Program 4/25/49 (abridged: 45 minutes of 1 hr.)
Let Yourself Go w/ M. Berle. 6/6/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Burlesque” w/ R. Keeler. 6/15/36
“Swanee River” w/ D. Morgan, F. Gifford. 4/2/45
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ T. Power, D. Shore. 4/7/47
“The Jazz Singer” w/ G. Patrick. 6/2/47
“The Jolson Story” w/ E. Keyes. 2/16/48
“Jolson Sings Again” w/ B. Hale, W. Demarest. 5/22/50
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hrs. 30 min.)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 3/5/47
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 4/2/47
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) 5/4/47
Santa Anita Handicap w/ B. Bernie, B. DeSylva. NBC 7/12/37 (35 min.)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau w/ J. Penner. 9/7/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (A.J. is mc; CBS, 1 hour each):
w/ Dixie Lee, R. Barthelmess. 7/6/35
w/ L. Wiley, J. Blondell. 7/13/35
w/ B. Davis, G. Jessel, Estelle Taylor. 8/3/35
w/ B. Karloff, G. Jessel. 8/31/35
w/ G. Rogers, E.E. Horton. 9/28/35
w/ H. Marshall, C. Calloway. 1/25/36
w/ Sylvia Froos, M. Rosenbloom. 6/29/36
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 min.)
Texaco Town w/ E. Cantor. CBS 1/3/37
Then & Now w/ D.W. Griffith, W. Huston. NBC 10/15/36
Your All-Time Hit Parade w/ T. Dorsey. NBC 7/23/44

JONES, ALLAN
Family Theatre “The Awakening” w/ S. Peters. MBS 5/8/47
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, B. Ebsen, G. Murphy, J. Garland, S. Tucker, J. MacDonald.
NBC 1/4/37 (1 hr.) (first show)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, J. Stewart, V. Bruce, J. Carradine. NBC 2/10/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ M. O’Sullivan, R. Taylor, J. Benny. NBC 2/17/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Barrymore, L. Ayres, E. Powell. NBC 10/13/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, W. Connolly, M. Martin. NBC 12/14/39 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Naughty Marietta” w/ I. Manning. CBS 7/29/46
Mail Call (#123) w/ M. Raye, J. Carson, B. Burns, V. Blaine. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#267) w/ G. Marx, J. Powell, M. Tilton. AFRS WWII
Packard Hour w/ F. Astaire, C. Butterworth. NBC 11/3/36 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ J. Garland, B. Tilden, Patsy Kelly. NBC 11/16/35 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ D. Durgin, Tim & Irene, J. Cooper. NBC 12/28/35 (1 hr.)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (c. 3 hrs.)

JONES, JENNIFER
Academy Awards w/ J. Benny (mc) 3/2/44 (55 minutes)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ H. O’Connell, J. Lester, C. Bickford. Blue 2/20/44 (1 hr.) (clipped opening)

JONES, MARCIA MAE
Lux Radio Theatre “These Three” w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, M. Astor, A. Kruger. CBS 12/6/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Mad About Music” w/ D. Durbin, H. Marshall, G. Patrick. CBS 4/18/38 (1 hr.)

JONES, SPIKE
Chase & Sanborn Hour (NBC, 1 hour each, all w/ F. Langford):
w/ A. Menjou. 7/1/45 w/ C. Kemper. 7/29/45
w/ V. Vague. 7/8/45 w/ C. Kemper. 8/5/45
w/ W. Frawley. 7/15/45 w/ C. Kemper. 8/12/45
w/ C. Kemper. 7/22/45 w/ C. Kemper. 8/19/45
Bob Burns Show NBC c.1942 (no opening)
Command Performance (#34) w/ C. Grant, R. Stevens, E. Waters, Abbott & Costello. AFRS
Command Performance (#182) w/ B. Crosby, T. Dorsey. AFRS WWII
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Here’s to Vets Syndicated 3/8/51 (15 minutes)
Kraft Music Hall 11/30/40 (1 hr.)
The Land’s Best Bands AFRS 1951 (2 shows; 15 min. each)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 9/23/46
Spike Jones Show w/ D. Ameche. CBS 5/25/49
Spotlight Revue w/ The Three Suns. CBS 2/5/47
Spotlight Revue w/ The Dunning Sisters. CBS 11/2/47

JORDAN, LOUIS
Jubilee (#81) w/ M. Scott, Nickodemus. AFRS c. 1945

JORY, VICTOR
Hallmark Playhouse “Lincoln & the Baltimore Plot” CBS 2/9/50
Matinee Theatre “A Man Named Jones” CBS 4/8/45
Suspense “Thou Shalt Not Commit” CBS 4/14/57
Suspense “Old Army Buddy” CBS 9/8/57
Theatre of Romance “Casablance” w/ Dooley Wilson. CBS 12/19/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “Beloved Enemy” CBS 10/29/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “My Favorite Wife” CBS 11/5/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “Penny Serenade” CBS 11/12/44
Vick’s Matinee Theatre “The Scarlet Pimpernel” CBS 11/19/44

JOSLYN, ALLYN
Suspense “The Locked Room” w/ V. Bruce. CBS 1/27/44

JOURDAN, LOUIS
Screen Director’s Playhouse “No Minor Vices” w/ D. Andrews. NBC 2/22/51 (1 hr)
Theatre Guild “Camille” w/ J. Fontaine. NBC 4/3/49 (1 hr.) (no opening or closing)

JOY, LEATRICE
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ E.G. Robinson, I. Jewell. 2/25/40
NBC Star Playhouse “Sunset Blvd.” w/ J. Lynn. 1/31/54 (1 hr.) (good-minus quality)

JOYCE, BRENDA
Good News of 1940 w/ A. Faye, E. Arnold, R. Greene. NBC 1/25/40 (1 hr.)
Stars Over Hollywood “Ask of Thyself” CBS 11/15/47

JUDGE, ARLINE
Hollywood Hotel Preview of “One in a Million” w/ D. Powell, F. Langford, A. Menjou, Ritz Brothers,
S. Henie. CBS 12/18/36 (1 hr.)

JURADO, KATY
Hollywood Calling (series #35) (George Fisher) w/ R. Merrill, J. Leslie, R. Harrison. Synd. c.1952

 

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