Performers K-O

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

KAHN, GUS
Good News of 1938 w/ V. Bruce, R. Montgomery, U. Merkel, R. Young. NBC 5/26/38 (1 hr.)

KARLOFF, BORIS
Fred Allen Show 11/18/45 AFRS
Information, Please NBC 1/24/41
Information, Please NBC 2/20/42
Information, Please NBC 5/17/43
Inner Sanctum “Death for Sale” AFRS 7/13/52
Jack Benny Program “I Stand Condemned” 1/19/47
Jimmy Durante Show NBC 12/10/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Arsenic and Old Lace” w/ E. Albert. CBS 11/25/46
NBC University Theatre “The History of Mr. Polly” 10/17/48 (1 hr.)
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ G. Jessel. CBS 8/31/35 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Drury’s Bones” CBS 1/25/45
Textron Theatre “Angel Street” w/ H. Hayes, C. Hardwicke. CBS 12/8/45
Theatre Guild on the Air “David Copperfield” 12/24/50 (1 hr.)
Treasure Chest (children’s show) WNEW-NY 10/1/50

KARNS, ROSCOE
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Alibi Ike” w/ J.E. Brown, H. Chandler, W. Frawley. 4/19/37
“Front Page Woman” w/ F. MacMurray, P. Goddard. 1/16/39
“It Happened One Night” w/ C. Gable, C. Colbert, W. Connolly. 3/20/39 (dress rehearsal)
“It Happened One Night” w/ C. Gable, C. Colbert, W. Connolly. 3/20/39
“Swing High, Swing Low” w/ R. Vallee, V. Bruce, U. Merkel. 2/26/40

KAUFMAN, GEORGE S.
Campbell Playhouse “I Lost My Girlish Laughter” w/ O. Welles, I. Chase. CBS 1/27/39 (1 hr.)

KAY, BEATRICE
Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, J. Allyson, J. Russell. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#210) w/ T. Dorsey, M. Auer, C. Romero. AFRS
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) 12/28/44

KAYE, DANNY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ G. Cooper, R. Bolger, R. Vallee. NBC 1/28/51 (90 minutes)
Command Performance (#134) w/ J. Garland, H. Forrest. AFRS WWII
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Danny Kaye Show w/ S. Tucker. 1945
Eddie Cantor Show 11/9/45
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)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/28/44
Jack Benny Program w/ F.Sinatra, G. Burns, G. Marx. CBS 3/2/52
Jack Benny Program “Life of Jack Benny” w/ J. Warner. CBS 3/6/55
Lux Radio Theatre “Wonder Man” w/ V. Mayo. CBS 3/25/46 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#132) w/ D. Shore, D. Lamour, J. Benny, N.K. Cole Trio, A. Tatum. AFRS
Mail Call (#115) w/ T. Bankhead, Pied Pipers, E. Smith. AFRS
Suspense “The Too-Perfect Alibi” CBS 1/13/49
Suspense “I Never Met the Dead Man” CBS 1/5/50

KEATON, BUSTER
Memoirs of the Movies “Hollywood at Home” (B.K. is narrator) (orig. 1959) 1970

KEEL, HOWARD
Lux Radio Theatre “Showboat” w/ A. Gardner, K. Grayson. CBS 2/4/52 (1 hr.)

KEELER, RUBY
Lux Radio Theatre “Burlesque” w/ A. Jolson. CBS 6/15/36 (1 hr.)

KELLY, GENE
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “All Through the House” w/ J. Leigh, J. Cotten, G. Peck, J. Garfield.
CBS 12/25/46
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 “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51 (1 hr.)
Registration “Get-out-the-Vote” special w/ O. de Havilland, J. Durante. CBS 9/13/44
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Studio One “To Mary With Love” w/ M. McCambridge. CBS 12/8/47 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Thieves Fall Out” w/ H. Conried. CBS 11/16/43
Suspense “Death Went Along for the Ride” CBS 4/27/44
Suspense “To Find Help” w/ E. Barrymore. CBS 1/6/49
Theatre Guild “Boy Meets Girl” w/ F. Lovejoy. ABC 5/26/46 (1 hr.)

KELLY, NANCY
Hollywood Calling (series #19) (George Fisher) w/ V. Heflin, J.M. Brown, H. Marshall. Synd. c.1950
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“A Tale of Two Sisters” w/ C. Trevor. 2/8/45
“The Taming of the Beast” w/ H. Dantine. 3/29/45
“A Week Ago Wednesday” 11/29/45
“Dark Journey” 4/25/46
“Trial By Jury” 6/16/57

KELLY, PATSY
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ D. Durbin, G. Cooper, Parkyakarkus, G. Murphy. CBS 4/23/39
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ J. Garland, B. Tilden. NBC 11/16/35 (1 hr.)

KELLY, PAUL
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Haley, Olson & Johnson, M. Woolley. NBC 2/25/51 (90 min.)

KENNEDY, ARTHUR
Best Plays “A Bell for Adano” w/ M. McCormick. NBC 12/28/52 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Age of Innocence” w/ G. Tierney, E. Winwood. ABC 4/20/47 (1 hr.)

KENT, BARBARA
Lux Radio Theatre “Magnificent Obsession” w/ I. Dunne, R. Taylor, P. de Cordoba. CBS 4/26/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Dodsworth” w/ W. Huston, N. Sunderland, B. O’Neil, P. de Cordoba. 10/4/37 (1 hr.)

KENYON, DORIS
Lux Radio Theatre “The Curtain Rises” w/ G. Rogers, W. William. (D.K. is intermission guest; sings “Thine
Alone”) CBS 10/12/36 (1 hr.)

KERR, DEBORAH
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ B. Hope, Martin & Lewis, L. Armstrong. NBC 12/17/50 (90 min.)
Jack Benny Program “King Solomon’s Mines” CBS 1/7/51
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Vacation from Marriage” w/ V. Heflin. CBS 5/26/47
“Edward, My Son” w/ W. Pidgeon. AFRS 6/18/51
“King Solomon’s Mines” w/ S. Granger. CBS 12/1/52 (1 hr.)

KEYES, EVELYN
Hollywood Calling (series #16) (George Fisher) w/ W. Demarest, S. Churchill, V. Price. Synd. c.1950
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):
“Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ L. Howard, E. Landi. (E.K. is intermission guest) 6/21/37
“Man Who Played God” w/ G. & F. Arliss, D. Costello. 3/21/38
“Here Comes Mr. Jordan” w/ C. Grant, C. Rains. 1/26/42
“The Jolson Story” w/ A. Jolson. 2/16/48
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Mrs. Mike” w/ J. Cotten. NBC 11/30/50 (1 hr.)
What’s New? (C.B. DeMille) w/ H. Marshall, L. Horne. Blue 1/1/44 (1 hr.)

KIBBEE, GUY
Family Theatre “A Star For Helen” MBS 5/22/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Lady for a Day” w/ M. Robson, W. William, J. Parker. CBS 5/1/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Our Town” w/ F. Craven, W. Holden, M. Scott, F. Bainter, B. Bondi, T. Mitchell,
S. Erwin. CBS 5/16/40 (1 hr.)

KING, DENNIS
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Wynn, B. Lillie. NBC 1/18/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, J. Davis, P. Hoffa, J. Holliday, L. Kirk. NBC 4/22/51 (90 min.)
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, V. Moore, Howard & Shelton. NBC 3/14/35 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

KING, PEGGY
Bing Crosby Show CBS 3/14/54

KING SISTERS
Mail Call (#70) w/ D. Lamour, R. Skelton. AFRS
Mail Call (#112) w/ K. Kyser, J. Haley, G. Gibbs. AFRS
Mail Call (#126) w/ A. Rutherford, L. Horne, J. Mercer, G. Moore. AFRS
Mail Call (#142) w/ B. Hutton, F. Sinatra, V. Blaine, W. Demarest. AFRS

KIRK, LISA
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, J. Davis, P. Hoffa, J. Holliday, D. King. NBC 4/22/51 (90 min.)

KIRSTEN, DOROTHY
Jack Benny Program “Charlie’s Aunt” w/ R. Colman. NBC 4/25/48
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/14/48
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 4/22/48
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 5/13/48
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 10/28/48
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) w/ P. Harris. NBC 3/3/49
Martin & Lewis Show NBC 10/14/49
Railroad Hour “Showboat” w/ G. MacRae, L. Norman. NBC 1/19/53
Railroad Hour “Merry Widow” NBC 1/26/53

KNIGHT, EVELYN
The Big Show w/ B. Burns, J. Durante. NBC 3/11/51 (90 min.)

KNIGHT, FUZZY
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Going My Way” w/ L. Young, J. Stewart. CBS 11/5/39

KNOWLES, PATRIC
Lux Radio Theatre “Kitty” w/ P. Goddard. CBS 2/24/47 (1 hr.)

KNOX, ALEXANDER
Information, Please NBC 9/11/44
Radio Hall of Fame w/ T. Husing, E. Wynn, K. Wynn, G. Fitzgerald. Blue 10/1/44 (1 hr.)

KORJUS, MILIZA
Good News of 1939 (NBC, 1 hour each):
w/ C. Gable, L. Barrymore. 10/27/38
w/ R. Young, C. Parker, N. Pendleton, D. O’Keefe. 1/12/39
w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, R. Ingram. 2/2/39
w/ R. Young, C. Wilson (brief portion missing) 2/23/39
w/ J. Crawford, J. Stewart, L. Ayres, R. Young. 3/2/39
w/ R. Young, W. Beery, A. Curtis, L. Day. 3/23/39
w/ R. Young, W. Pidgeon, V. Bruce, L. Carillo. 3/30/39
w/ R. Young, Hardy Family. 4/20/39
w/ R. Young, E. Cantor, L. Barrymore birthday tribute. 4/27/39

KRAMER, STANLEY
Hollywood Calling (series #21) (George Fisher) w/ J. Hersholt, A. Dekker, R. Stack. Synd. c.1951

KRUGER, ALMA
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Grant Duchess and the Waiter” w/ R. Montgomery, E. Landi, G. Lockhart. 12/7/36
“These Three” w/ B. Stanwyck, E. Flynn, M. Astor, M.M. Jones. 12/6/37
“Mayerling” w/ J. Gaynor, W. Powell, R. Barrat. 1/9/39

KRUGER, OTTO
Cavalcade of America “The Doctor Shoots a Cannon” w/ G. Lockhart, P. Foster. NBC 1/24/44
Family Theatre “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” M. O’Sullivan, narrator. MBS 8/23/50
Hollywood Calling (series #18) (George Fisher) w/ V. Field, R. Cummings, W. Hendrix. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Desire” w/ M. Dietrich, H. Marshall. 3/15/37
“So Big” w/ B. Stanwyck, P. Foster, F. Wray. 3/13/39
“Bullets or Ballots” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Astor, H. Bogart. 4/17/39 (rehearsal)
“Abe Lincoln in Illinois” w/ R. Massey, F. Bainter. 4/22/40 (fair-good quality)
“To the Ladies” w/ H. Hayes. 7/8/40
“Libel!” w/ R. Colman, F. Robinson. 1/13/41
“To Mary, With Love” w/ I. Dunne, R. Milland. 11/16/42
“Libel!” w/ R. Colman, E. Best. 3/15/43
“Hitler’s Children” w/ B. Granville, K. Smith. 5/24/43
“Old Acquaintance” w/ A. Smith, M. Hopkins. 5/29/44
“Grissley’s Millions” w/ P. O’Brien, L. Bari. (O.K. is guest host) 3/19/45
“I’ve Always Loved You” w/ J. Cotten, C. McLeod. 11/4/46
“Bullets or Ballots” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Astor. 4/17/49
Radio Reader’s Digest “I Like to Remember George” CBS 11/28/46
Radio Reader’s Digest “Pete’s Thanksgiving” CBS 3/6/47
Shell Chateau w/ A. Jolson, M. Rosenbloom, M. Sleeper. CBS 6/29/35 (1 hr.)
Suspense “After Dinner Story” CBS 10/26/43

KRUPA, GENE
Command Performance (#161) w/ J. Crain, E.E. Horton, W. Bendix, H. James.
Eddie Cantor’s Jazz Concert G.K. introduces & plays “Big Noise from Winnetka” w/ B. Haggart. AFRS
9/9/44
Mail Call (#127) w/ G. Marx, G. DeHaven, I. Lupino, R. Benchley. AFRS
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special (see Douglas, Paul) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

KYSER, KAY
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
GI Journal (#75) w/ J. Colonna, A. Miller, G. Gibbs, M. Blanc. AFRS
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program “Stanley& Livingstone” NBC 10/22/39
Kay Kyser & His Orchestra (program #4) Synd. 1932 (15 min.)
Kay Kyser & His Orchestra (program #5) Synd. 1932 (15 min.)
Kay Kyser’s College of Musical Fun & Knowledge. ABC audition. 8/26/47 (35 min.)
Kay Kyser’s College of Musical Knowledge 12/6/47
Mail Call (#112) w/ King Sisters, J. Haley, G. Gibbs. AFRS

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

LA GALLIENNE, EVA
Suspense “Phobia” CBS 6/26/47

LA PLANTE, LAURA
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) 12/7/35 (2 hrs. 30 min.)
Whatever Became of . . . ? 1/11/72 (fair-good quality)

LA ROCQUE, ROD
Lux Radio Theatre “The Dark Angel” w/ M. Oberon, H. Marshall. 6/22/36 (1 hr.)

LA RUE, JACK
Lux Radio Theatre “A Farewell to Arms” w/ C. Gable, J. Hutchinson, A. Menjou. CBS 4/4/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “This Gun for Hire” w/ A. Ladd, J. Blondell, L. Cregar. CBS 1/25/43 (1 hr.)

LADD, ALAN
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore. NBC 5/31/45
Camel Screen Guild Players “The Blue Dahlia” w/ V. Lake. CBS 4/21/49
Guest Star w/ B. Hope, B. Crosby. (A.L. introduces story) Syndicated 12/1/8/49 (15 min.)
Hollywood Startime “Double Indemnity” w/ L. Tuttle. ABC 6/22/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS unless noted, 1 hour each):
“Return of Peter Grimm” w/ M. O’Sullivan, L. Barrymore, E. Arnold. 2/13/39
“One Way Passage” w/ W. Powell, K. Francis, W. Gargan. (A.L. appears in Lux commercial) 3/6/39
“Only Angels Have Wings” w/ J. Arthur, C. Grant, R. Barthelmess, R. Hayworth. 5/29/39
“Only Angels Have Wings” (dress rehearsal) c. 5/29/39
“This Gun for Hire” w/ J. Blondell, L. Cregar, J. LaRue. 1/25/43
“China” w/ L. Young, W. Bendix. 11/22/43
“Casablanca” w/ H. Lamarr, J. Loder, E. Barrier. 1/24/44
“Coney Island” w/ D. Lamour, C. Morris. 4/17/44
“Disputed Passage” w/ A. Tamiroff, A. Richards. 3/5/45
“And Now Tomorrow” w/ L. Young. 5/21/45
“Salty O’Rourke” 11/26/45
“O.S.S.” w/ V. Lake. 11/18/46
“Two Years Before the Mast” w/ W. Hendrix, M. Carey. 9/22/47
“Shane” w/ V. Heflin, R. Hussey. AFRS 2/22/55
Rudy Vallee Show (Pinky Lee) 1/11/46
Savings Bond Show (A.L. is mc) (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Saigon” NBC 7/29/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Chicago Deadline” w/ R. Burr. NBC 3/24/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Lucky Jordan” NBC 2/8/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “One Way Ride to Nowhere” CBS 1/6/44
Suspense “The Defense Rests” CBS 3/9/44
Suspense “A Killing in Abilene” CBS 12/14/50
Theatre of Romance “Death Takes a Holiday” CBS 2/12/46 (surface noise)

LAHR, BERT
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, R. Merrill, E. Wynn. NBC 12/24/50 (90 min.)
Charlie McCarthy Show AFRS c. 1944
Fred Allen 4/28/46
Fred Allen (Mighty Allen Art Players) 5/1/49
Good News of 1939 “Wizard of Oz” preview. NBC 6/29/39 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall w/ B. Crosby, G. Patrick. NBC 6/19/41 (1 hr.)
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, The Modernaires. NBC 8/1/43
Three of a Kind w/ I. Chase, B. Rathbone. 4/13/44 (audition program)
WOR 50 KW Dedicatory Program (all-star cast) WOR-NY 3/4/35 (3 hrs.)

LAINE, FRANKIE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, J. Durante, J. Ferrer. NBC 11/5/50 (premiere) (1 hr.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, L. Day, L. Durocher. NBC 2/4/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, C. Brook, P. Hoffa, E. Merman, M. Truman. NBC 3/4/51 (90 min.)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) AFRS 11/26/47
Spotlight Revue (Spike Jones) 5/28/48

LAKE, ARTHUR
Lux Radio Theatre “Irene” w/ J. MacDonald, R. Toomey. CBS 6/29/39 (1 hr.)

LAKE, VERONICA
Camel Screen Guild Players “The Blue Dahlia” w/ A. Ladd. CBS 4/21/49
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“I Wanted Wings” w/ R. Milland, W. Holden. 3/30/42
“So Proudly We Hail” w/ C. Colbert, P. Goddard, S. Tufts. 11/1/43 (fair-good)
“O.S.S.” w/ A. Ladd. 11/18/46
“Slattery’s Hurricane” w/ M. O’Hara, R. Conte. CBS 3/6/50

LAMARR, HEDY
Charlie McCarthy Show AFRS c. 1944
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Algiers” w/ C. Boyer, E. Barrier. 7/7/41
“H.S. Pulham, Esq.” w/ R. Young, J. Hutchinson. 7/13/42
“Love Crazy” w/ W. Powell. 10/5/42
“Casablanca” w/ A. Ladd, J. Loder. 1/24/44
Radio Hall of Fame w/ A. Pearce, M. Hunt, J. Loder. Blue 2/4/45 (1 hr.)

LAMB, GIL
Radio Hall of Fame w/ D. Powell, G. Simms, B. Gilbert. Blue 1/28/45 (1 hr.)

LAMOUR, DOROTHY
Bing Crosby Show 12/26/51
Chase & Sanborn Hour (NBC, 1 hour each):
w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, J. Iturbi, J. Hutchinson. 5/30/37
w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, J. Blondell, Rodgers & Hart. 6/13/37
w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, W.C. Fields, S. Henie. 6/27/37 (1 hr.) (brief cross-talk during
Fields’ routine)
w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, R. Middleton, G. George. 7/11/37
w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy, W. Barrie, N. Eddy. 8/8/37
w/ D. Ameche, M. West, Bergen & McCarthy, N. Eddy. 12/12/37
w/ S. Tracy, E. Arnold. 7/28/38
w/ R. Bellamy, N. Eddy, E. Arnold. 8/28/38
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
GI Journal (#74) w/ B. Hope, L. Parsons, Andrews Sisters, M. Blanc. AFRS
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/15/42
Jack Benny Program NBC 12/10/44
Jimmy Durante 11/12/47
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ H. Marshall. NBC 4/18/40 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall w/ A. Jolson. NBC 11/27/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Johnny Apollo” w/ B. Meredith, E. Arnold. 2/17/41
“Dixie” w/ B. Crosby, B. Sullivan. 12/20/43
“Coney Island” w/ A. Ladd, C. Morris. 4/17/44
“In Old Chicago” w/ R. Young, J. Hodiak. 10/9/44
“A Medal for Benny” w/ J.C. Naish. AFRS 10/15/45
“April Showers” w/ J. Carson, R. Alda. 5/16/49
Mail Call (#70) w/ King Sisters, R. Skelton. AFRS
Mail Call (#132) w/ D. Shore, J. Benny, D. Kaye, N.K. Cole Trio, A. Tatum. AFRS
Memoirs of the Movies “Movies and Music” (D.L. is narrator) 1959
Sealtest Variety Theatre w/ J. Durante, E.G. Robinson. NBC 11/4/48
Sealtest Variety Theatre w/ E. Bracken, J. Stewart. NBC 5/26/49

LANCASTER, BURT
Hollywood Calling (series #37) (George Fisher) w/ H. Bogart, G. Cooper, M. Stevens. Synd. c.1952
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 “Sorry, Wrong Number” w/ B. Stanwyck. CBS 1/9/50 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “All My Sons” w/ E. Arnold. CBS 5/1/50 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Branded” w/ M. Freeman, C. Bickford. CBS 1/28/52 (1 hr.) (fair-good)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Killers” w/ S. Winters. (R. Siodmak, director) NBC 6/5/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Criss-Cross” (R. Siodmak, director) NBC 10/10/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Rope of Sand” w/ C. Calvet. NBC 4/28/50

LANCHESTER, ELSA
Columbia Presents Corwin “The Case of Mr. Gumpert” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 8/21/45
Forecast “To Tim at 20” w/ C. Laughton. 8/19/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Beachcomber” w/ C. Laughton, J. Hersholt. CBS 11/12/39
Hollywood Calling (series #12) (George Fisher) w/ D. Powell, B. Hale, B. Crabbe. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “The Sidewalks of London” w/ C. Laughton, A. Marshal. CBS 1/12/40 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Laughton. NBC 5/6/37 (uneven sound quality) (from London) (1 hr.)
Suspense “The ABC Murders” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 5/18/43
Suspense “Finishing School” w/ Margo. CBS 12/30/43
Theatre Guild “Payment Deferred” w/ C. Laughton. ABC 5/12/46 (1 hr.)

LANDI, ELISSA
Campbell Playhouse “20th Century” w/ O. Welles. 3/24/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Grand Duchess and the Waiter” w/ R. Montgomery, G. Lockhart. CBS 12/7/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Monsieur Beaucaire” w/ L. Howard, P. de Cordoba. CBS 6/21/37 (1 hr.)
Studio One “The Glass Key” w/ Alan Baxter. CBS 4/13/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Nothing Up My Sleeve” 1/5/43

LANDIS, CAROLE
GI Journal (#40) w/ J. Carson, J. Colonna, M. Blanc.
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 min.)

LANE, ALLAN “ROCKY”
All-Star Western Theatre “At Sundown” 10/27/46

LANE, PRISCILLA
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Hand of Providence” w/ J. Cagney, A. Devine, D. Meek. CBS 4/16/39
Lux Radio Theatre “Wife, Husband, Friend” w/ G. Brent, G. Patrick. CBS 4/28/41 (1 hr.)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 5/28/41(rehearsal)

LANE, ROSEMARY
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, M. Rooney, J. Bennett, R. Vallee. CBS 4/9/39

LANG, JUNE
Lux Radio Theatre “Cheating Cheaters” w/ G. Raft. CBS 8/31/36 (1 hr.)

LANGAN, GLENN
Hollywood Calling (series #6) (George Fisher) w/ A. Jenkins, C. Downs, K. Murray. Synd. c.1949
Lux Radio Theatre “Margie” w/ J. Crain. CBS 9/8/47 (1 hr.)

LANGFORD, FRANCES (see also Texaco Star Theatre)
Cavalcade of America “Bob Hope Reports” w/ B. Hope. NBC 10/11/43
Cavalcade of America “G.I. Valentine” w/ J. Lockhart. NBC 2/14/44
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ C. Haines, S. Ross, L. Horne. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, G. DeHaven, J. Mercer, J. Russell, E. Smith, J. Allyson,
J. Colonna.
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Command Performance (#199) w/ H. Peary, Bob Crosby. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ Fibber McGee & Molly, G. Cooper, E. Arnold, J. Bennett. CBS 3/9/41
Hollywood Hotel Preview of “One in a Million” w/ D. Powell, S. Henie, A. Menjou, Ritz Brothers, A. Judge.
CBS 12/18/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “I Never Left Home” w/ B. Hope, J. Colonna. 1/8/45 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#133) w/ J. Carson, J. Colonna, H. Marshall.
Mail Call (#151) w/ R. Milland, E. Cantor. AFRS WWII
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 min.)
USO Farewell Program w/ D. Fairbanks, jr. (all-star cast) NBC 1/11/48

LANSBURY, ANGELA
Hollywood Calling (series #42) (George Fisher) w/ J. Hunter, M. Windsor, M. Rooney. Synd. c.1952
NBC Theatre “Pride and Prejudice” NBC c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Suspense “A Thing of Beauty” CBS 5/29/47

LANZA, MARIO (send SASE for Mario Lanza Show listing)
Great Moments in Music “Tosca” 10/24/45
Great Moments in Music “Otello” 11/14/45

LAUDER, HARRY
Harry Lauder BBC 3/16/38

LAUGHTON, CHARLES
Academy Award “Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Ruggles. CBS 6/8/46
America Calling (all star; see Benny, Jack for cast) CBS & NBC 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore. NBC 6/29/44
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore. NBC 1/3/46
Cavalcade of America “The Laziest Man in the World” w/ W. Huston. NBC 11/13/44
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 4/21/40
Columbia Presents Corwin “The Case of Gumpert” w/ E. Lanchester. CBS 8/21/45
Family Theatre “Laziest Man in the World” AFRS c.1950
Forecast “To Tim at 20” w/ E. Lanchester. 8/19/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Beachcomber” w/ E. Lanchester, J. Hersholt. CBS 11/12/39
Hollywood Calling (series #17) (George Fisher) w/ E. Parker, Beverly Tyler, G. Storm. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ Z. Pitts, C. Ruggles. 7/10/39 (dress rehearsal)
“Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ Z. Pitts, C. Ruggles. 7/10/39
“The Sidewalks of London” w/ E. Lanchester, A. Marshal. 2/12/40
“This Land is Mine” w/ M. O’Sullivan, E. Barrier. 4/24/44
“It Started With Eve” w/ D. Powell, S. Foster. 11/20/44
“The Suspect” w/ E. Raines. 4/9/45
“The Canterville Ghose” w/ M. O’Brien, E. O’Brien. 6/18/45 (dress rehearsal)
“The Canterville Ghost” w/ M. O’Brien, E. O’Brien. 6/18/45
“Holy Matrimony” (no opening) 5/17/54
Orson Welles Almanac w/ O. Welles. CBS 3/15/44
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ E. Lanchester) NBC 5/6/37 (uneven sound quality) (from London) (1 hr.)
Studio One “Payment Deferred” CBS 11/25/47 (1 hr.) (minor cross-talk)
Studio One “South Riding” CBS 4/27/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“The ABC Murders” w/ E. Lanchester. 5/18/43
“Wet Saturday” 12/16/43
“The Man Who Knew How” w/ H. Conried. 8/10/44
“The Fountain Plays” 11/23/44
“An Honest Man” 8/5/48
“De Mortuis” 2/10/49
“Blind Date” w/ J. Havoc. 9/29/49
“Neal Cream, Doctor of Poison” 9/17/51
“Jack Ketch” 9/22/52
“The Revenge of Captain Bligh” 5/17/54
Texaco Star Theatre w/ Andrews Sisters, A. Godfrey. CBS 10/4/42
Theatre Guild “Payment Deferred” w/ E. Lanchester. ABC 5/12/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Old English” w/ E.G. Marshall, M. Kimber. ABC 11/30/47 (1 hr.)

LAURIE, PIPER
Hollywood Calling (series #27) (George Fisher) w/ T. Curtis, R. Reagan, L. Horne. Synd. c.1951

LAWFORD, PETER
Academy Award Theatre “Enchanted Cottage” 12/11/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Adorable” w/ S. Temple, C. Coburn. CBS 10/28/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Green Dolphin Street” w/ L. Turner. CBS 9/19/49 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Little Women” w/ J. Allyson, M. O’Brien. AFRS 3/13/50 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “And So They Married” 4/1/48
Suspense “The Moonstone” CBS 11/16/53 (part 1 of 2)
Suspense “The Moonstone” CBS 11/23/53 (part 2 of 2)
Suspense “A Terribly Strange Bed” CBS 6/7/54

LAWRENCE, CAROL
Suspense “Remember Me” w/ D. Duryea. CBS 4/7/52

LAWRENCE, GERTRUDE
Campbell Playhouse “Private Lives” w/ O. Welles. CBS 4/21/39 (1 hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town” w/ O. Welles. CBS 2/11/40 (1 hr)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Accent on Youth” w/ H. Marshall, J.M. Brown. CBS 12/3/39
The Magic Key w/ K. Thorborg, W. Damrosch. NBC 2/7/37 (1 hr.)
Portraits “Lady Hamilton” 10/19/41 (audition program)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ N. Coward, E. Wynn. NBC 12/3/26 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary” ABC 5/5/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Last of Mrs. Cheyney” w/ R. Forbes. ABC 11/3/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Lady in the Dark” w/ J. Conte, B. Lytell. ABC 10/19/47 (1 hr.)

LAWRENCE, JODY
Hollywood Calling (series #36) (George Fisher) w/ R. Burr, G. Cukor, G. Brent. Synd. c.1952

LEDERER, FRANCIS
Suspense “Escape to Death” CBS 4/28/57

LEE, ANNA
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 12/25/43 (45 minutes)

LEE, DIXIE
Shell Chateau w/ A. Jolson, R. Barthelmess. NBC 7/9/35 (1 hr.)

LEE, GYPSY ROSE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Cantor. NBC 1/21/51 (90 minutes)

LEE, LILA
Fleischman Hour w/ R. Armstrong, R. Vallee, M. Berle. NBC 8/9/34 (fair-good) (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Day the Screen Screamed” (J. Schildkraut, narrator) 1959

LEE, NORMA
Lux Radio Theatre “Dulcy” w/ Burns & Allen, E. Nugent, H. Lindsay. CBS 3/29/37 (1 hr.)

LEE, PEGGY
Bing Crosby Show w/ Joe Venuti. CBS 6/18/52
Chesterfield Supper Club NBC 5/12/49 (15 min.)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) ABC 2/25/48 (fair-good) (1 hr.)
Philco Radio Time w/ F. Astaire. ABC 4/7/48 (1 hr.)

LEE, PINKY
Rudy Vallee Show w/ A. Ladd. NBC 1/11/46

LEEDS, ANDREA
Lux Radio Theatre “Kid Galahad” w/ E.G. Robinson, J. Bennett. 12/19/38 (1 hr)
Silver Theatre “Escape from Tomorrow” w/ J. Garfield. CBS 2/12/39 (part 1 of 2)
Silver Theatre “Escape from Tomorrow” w/ J. Garfield. CBS 2/19/39 (part 2 of 2)
Texaco Star Theatre w/ J. Barrymore, U. Merkel, (A.L. & H. Marshall. in “Lend Me Your Eyes”) CBS
11/30/38 (1 hr.)

LEHMANN, LOTTE
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ C. Haines, L. Horne, F. Langford, S. Ross. AFRS WWII

LEIGH, JANET
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “All Through the House” w/ J. Cotten, G. Peck, Ge. Kelly, J. Garfield.
CBS 12/25/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Strictly Dishonorable” CBS 12/8/52 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Angels in the Outfield” w/ G. Murphy. AFRS 4/6/53 (1 hr.)

LEIGH, VIVIEN
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, L. Olivier, G. Sanders. NBC 9/30/51 (from England)
(first 55 min. of 90 min. show only)
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Rebecca” w/ L. Olivier. CBS 11/6/50 (no commercials) (1 hr.)

LEMMON, JACK
Memoirs of the Movies “The Megaphone Man” (C. Morris, narrator) 1959

LESLIE, JOAN
Hollywood Calling (series #35) (George Fisher) w/ K. Jurado, R. Merrill, R. Harrison. Synd. c.1952
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Yankee Doodle Dandy” w/ J. Cagney, W. Huston. CBS 10/19/42

LESTER, JERRY
Kraft Music Hall (D. Ameche) w/ J. Bennett, G. Murphy. NBC 10/23/41 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#136) w/ N. Eddy, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII

LEVANT, OSCAR (send SASE for Information, Please and Kraft Music Hall listings)
Fred Allen Show NBC 6/23/46
Jack Benny Program w/ J. Besser. NBC 1/17/43
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 5/3/42 (1 hr.)

LEVENE, SAM
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ M. O’Brien, J. Ferrer, G. Swanson. NBC 12/31/50 (90 min.)
Campbell Playhouse “20th Century” w/ O. Welles. 3/24/39 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Crossfire” w/ R. Young, R. Mitchum, R. Ryan. CBS 4/10/48 (1 hr.)

LEWIS, DIANA
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)

LEWIS, ELLIOTT
Forecast “Angel” w/ L. Young. 7/29/40
Lux Radio Theatre “Without Reservations” w/ C. Colbert, R. Cummings. AFRS 8/26/46 (1 hr.)
On Stage “ A Poetic Tragedy” w/ C. Lewis. 1/15/53
Suspense “The Pasteboard Box” w/ J. Cotten, J. Hauser. 1/17/46

LEWIS, JERRY (send SASE for Martin & Lewis Show listing)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ D. Martin, B. Hope, L. Armstrong. NBC 12/17/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ D. Martin, J. Garland, G. Marx. NBC 2/11/51 (90 min.)

LIBERACE
Stars for Defense (#24) Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)

LILLIE, BEA
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Wynn, J. Carson. NBC 2/18/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ V. Leigh, L. Olivier, G. Sanders, F. Allen. NBC 9/30/51 from
England (first 55 min. of 90 min. show only)
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ C. Porter, J. Walker. NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ J. Garber, J. Dragonette. NBC 10/27/35 (1 hr.)
Philco Radio Time w/ B. Crosby, A. Templeton. ABC 5/26/48 (1 hr.)

LINDBERGH, CHARLES
Lindbergh Award Ceremony (Graham MacNamee) 6/11/27
Lindbergh Hollywood Bowl Anti-War Rally 6/19/41

LINDEN, ERIC
Lux Radio Theatre “The Plutocrat” w/ W. Beery, C.K. Young, M. Rambeau, C. Parker. CBS 9/28/36 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Lost Horizon” w/ P. Lukas. CBS 2/6/45

LINDSAY, HOWARD
Lux Radio Theatre “Dulcy” w/ Burns & Allen, E. Nugent, N. Lee. CBS 3/39/37 (1 hr.)

LINDSAY, MARGARET
Academy Theater “House on 56th St.” 6/26/38 (guest during curtain call)
Family Theatre “The Legacy” w/ R. Fleming. MBS 5/18/49
Screen Guild Theater “Imperfect Lady” w/ C. Gable, G. Rogers. CBS 10/1/39
Treasury Star Parade “Happy New Year, Joey” c. 1940’s (15 min.)
Woodbury Hollywood Playhouse “The Sub-Lt.” w/ C. Boyer. NBC 5/29/40

LINKLETTER, ART
Screen Guild Players “Champagne For Caesar” w/ R. Colman, B. Britton. CBS 10/5/50

LITTLE JOSEPHINE
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ E. Cantor, G. Autry, J. Blondell. CBS 12/31/39

LIVINGSTON, JAY and EVANS, RAY
Hollywood Calling (series #1) (George Fisher) w/ I. Lupino, S. Forrest, C. Coburn, K. Douglas. Synd 1949

LIVINGSTONE, MARY (send SASE for Jack Benny Program listing)
Command Performance (#139) w/ R. Vallee, F. Allen, F. Sinatra, G. De Haven. AFRS WWII
Lux Radio Theatre “Brewster’s Millions” w/ J. Benny. CBS 2/15/37 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#104) w/ R. Vallee, F. Allen, F. Sinatra, G. DeHaven. AFRS

LOCKHART, GENE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “The Doctor Shoots a Cannon” w/ O. Kruger, P. Foster. NBC 1/24/44
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Barrymore, R. Owen, K. Lockhart, A. Rutherford. 12/15/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Grand Duchess and the Waiter” w/ R. Montgomery, E. Landi. 12/7/36
“Beau Brummel” w/ R. Montgomery, M. Evans, L.G. Carroll, K. Lockhart. 7/5/37
“The 39 Steps” w/ R. Montgomery, I. Lupino, I. Jewell. 12/13/37
“Captain January” w/ S. Temple, C. Winninger. 1/27/41
“Algiers” w/ L. Young, C. Boyer. 12/14/42
“Slightly Dangerous” w/ L. Turner, V. Mature. 10/25/43
Suspense “Statement of Employee Henry Wilson” CBS 11/2/43
Textron Theatre (H. Hayes) “The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden” CBS 12/1/45
Theatre Guild “State Fair” w/ V. Heflin, K. & J. Lockhart. NBC 12/31/50 (1 hr.)
The Watchman 1940’s audition.

LOCKHART, JUNE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “G.I. Valentine” w/ F. Langford. NBC 2/14/44
Suspense “Shooting Star” CBS 3/24/57
Theatre Guild “State Fair” w/ V. Heflin, G. & K. Lockhart. NBC 12/31/50 (1 hr.)

LOCKHART, KATHLEEN
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ R. Cromwell, E. Logan, N. Eddy, E. Arnold. (1 hr.)
Family Theatre “A Dog’s Life” Syndicated c. 1950
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Barrymore, G. Lockhart, A. Rutherford. NBC 12/15/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Quality Street” w/ R. Chatterton, B. Aherne. 9/14/36
“Death Takes a Holiday” w/ F. March, F. Eldridge. 3/22/37
“Beau Brummel” w/ R. Montgomery, M. Evans, L.G. Carroll, G. Lockhart. 7/5/37
“Theodora Goes Wild” w/ I. Dunne, C. Grant. 6/13/38
Theatre Guild “State Fair” w/ V. Heflin, G. & J. Lockhart. NBC 12/31/50 (1 hr.)

LODER, JOHN
Lux Radio Theatre “Casablanca” w/ A. Ladd, H. Lamarr, E. Barrier. CBS 1/24/44 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ A. Pearce, M. Hunt, H. Lamarr. Blue 2/4/45 (1 hr.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“The Cross-Eyed Bear” w/ V. Bruce. 9/16/43
“Banquo’s Chair” w/ D. Crisp. 8/3/44
“The Brighton Strangler” w/ J. Duprez. 12/21/44
Theatre Guild “For Love or Money” w/ J. Caulfield. ABC 9/19/48 (1 hr.)

LOGAN, ELLA
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ R. Cromwell, K. Lockhart, N. Eddy, E. Arnold. NBC 8/14/38 (1 hr.)
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, C. Rains, Duncan Sisters, Howard & Shelton. NBC 4/4/35 (no ads) (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#139) w/ D. Powell, C. Trevor, J. Carson. AFRS
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Jessel, K. Baker, V. Vague. Blue 2/11/45 (1 hr.)

LOMBARD, CAROLE
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 5/16/37 (1 hr.)
The Circle w/ R. Colman, C. Grant, G. & C. Marx, J. Iturbi. NBC 1/22/39 (slightly clipped opening) (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Tailored by Toni” w/ J. Stewart, S. Byington, E.E. Horton. CBS 3/12/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Awful Truth” w/ Robt. Young, R. Bellamy. CBS 5/17/40
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each)
“That Certain Woman” w/ B. Rathbone, J. Lynn. 10/31/38
“In Name Only” w/ C. Grant, K. Francis. 12/11/39
“Made for Each Other” w/ F. MacMurray. 2/19/40 (good minus quality)
“The Moon’s Our Home” w/ J. Stewart. 2/10/41
“Mr. and Mr. Smith” w/ B. Hope, B. Goodwin. 6/9/41 (good minus quality)
Silver Theatre “Murder Unlimited” CBS 3/9/41 (middle & opening commercials missing)

LOMBARDO, GUY
The Magic Key w/ R. Noble, F. MacMurray, J. Bennett. NBC 2/9/36 (1 hr.)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (7th War Loan Drive) (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

LONG, RICHARD
Lux Radio Theatre “Tomorrow is Forever” w/ C. Colbert, V. Heflin. CBS 5/6/46 (1 hr.)
LORING, JOAN
Ford Theatre “Of Human Bondage” w/ R. Milland. NBC 10/29/48 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Other Love” w/ B. Stanwyck, G. Brent. 6/16/47 (1 hr.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“The Dealings of Mr. Markham” w/ H. Daniell. 6/28/45
“A Man in the House” 8/2/45
“The Great Morell” 8/22/46
“They Call Me Patrice” 12/12/46
“Daisy Chain” 6/26/60
“Luck of the Tiger Eye” 12/3/61
Theatre of Romance “Gentleman Jim” w/ E. Flynn. CBS 2/6/46
This is My Best “I Will Not Go Back” w/ O. Welles. CBS 4/17/45

LORRE, PETER
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Merman, R. Eastham, J. Frisco, Fibber McGee & Molly. 3/9/52 (90
minutes)
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 5/9/46
Duffy’s Tavern Blue 10/19/43
GI Journal (#59) w/ B. Crosby, L. Bari. AFRS WWII
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
Jack Benny Program “I Stand Condemned” 3/24/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Maltese Falcon” w/ H. Bogart, M. Astor, S. Greenstreet. CBS
9/20/43
Mystery in the Air (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“The Marvelous Barasto” 8/7/47
“The Lodger” 8/14/47
“Beyond Good and Evil” 8/28/47
“The Mask of Medusa” 9/4/47
“The Queen of Spades” 9/11/47
“The Black Cat” 9/18/47
Skippy Hollywood Theatre “Mr. God Johnson” Synd. c. 1946 (#386)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Til Death Do Us Part” 12/15/42
“The Devil’s Saint” 1/19/43
“Moment of Darkness” w/ W. Barrie. 4/20/43
“Back for Christmas” 12/23/43
“Of Maestro & Men” w/ R. Conte. 7/20/44
“Nobody Loves Me” 8/30/45
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 1/3/43
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 6/4/44

LOUIS, JOE
Fred Allen Show NBC 1/31/40 (1 hr.)
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ L. Howard, H. Armetta. NBC 6/27/35 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/11/45
Navy Relief Program w/ W. Winchell, W. Huston, B. Donlevy. MBS 1/7/42

LOUISE, ANITA
Academy Award “Guest in the House w/ K. Douglas. CBS 9/25/46
Cavalcade of America “The Skipper from Stonington” w/ D. Andrews. 4/7/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Silver Dollar” w/ E. Arnold, M. Rambeau. 4/3/39
“A Man to Remember” w/ B. Burns. 12/4/39
“A Man to Remember” w/ L. Barrymore, G. Ford. 5/18/42
Stars Over Hollywood “Time For Christmas” CBS 12/12/53
Theatre Guild “The Green Goddess” w/ R. Colman, W. Abel. ABC 10/20/46 (no closing) (1 hr.)

LOVE, MONTAGU
Gulf Screen Guild Show “None Shall Part Us” w/ R. Colman, J. Crawford. CBS 10/15/39
Lux Radio Theatre “Cardinal Richelieu” G. & F. Arliss, C. Romero, H. Angel, D. Dumbrille. 1/23/39 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Death Flies Blind” w/ R. Dix, G. Page. CBS 5/4/43

LOVEJOY, FRANK (send SASE for Nightbeat listing)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ G. Marx, E. Pinza, F. Brice. NBC 11/12/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ M. Berle, J. Durante. NBC 4/29/51 (90 min.)
Family Theatre “The Bishop’s Candlesticks” w/ R. Collins. MBS 8/3/49
Four Star Playhouse “The Incredible Anna Lee” w/ R. Russell. NBC 8/21/49
Hollywood Calling (series #38) (George Fisher) w/ B. Hutton, Y. Dugay, P. Wymore. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre (AFRS, 1 hour each):
“Treasure of the Sierra Madre” w/ H. Bogart, W. Huston. CBS 4/18/49
“The Glass Menagerie” w/ J. Wyman, F. Bainter. 3/8/54
“Mother Didn’t Tell Me” w/ D. McGuire. 11/16/54
Prudential Family Hour “The Deeper Shadow” w/ R. Milland. CBS 11/7/48
Radio Hall of Fame w/ T. Bankhead. Blue 1/16/44 (parts 2 & 4 of 4)
Romance “A Quiet Wedding” CBS 2/1/44
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Pride of the Yankees” w/ G. Cooper. NBC 9/30/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Champion” w/ K. Douglas. NBC 3/17/50
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Damned Don’t Cry” w/ J. Crawford. NBC 4/5/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“The Storm” 3/2/53
“Public Defender” 4/20/53 (weak opening)
“On a Country Road” 1/4/54
“The Long Night” 11/18/56
“The Outer Limit” 3/17/57
“The Man from Tomorrow” w/ J. Banks. 9/1/57
“Win, Place or Die” 4/13/58
“The 32nd of December” 12/28/58
“Death in Box 234” 3/15/59
“A Friend of Daddy’s” 5/17/59
“The Long Night” 1/10/60
Theatre Guild “The Royal Family” w/ F. March, M. Gilmore, E. Winwood. (F.L. is narrator) ABC 12/16/45
(1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Boy Meets Girl” w/ Ge. Kelly. ABC 5/26/46 (1 hr.)
The Whistler “Dark Future” CBS 8/6/47

LOWE, EDMUND
Cavalcade of America “Weapon that Saves Lives” 8/23/43
30 Minutes in Hollywood w/ G. Jessel, Amy Arnell. Mutual 3/13/37

LOY, MYRNA
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) CBS & NBC 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Best Years of Our Lives” w/ F. March, T. Wright. CBS 11/24/47
Good News of 1938 w/ W. Beery, J. Stewart. NBC 12/30/37 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Taylor, R. Young, C. Boswell. NBC 4/27/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Single Passage” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 2/11/40
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):
“The Thin Man” w/ W. Powell, M. Gombell, P. Hall, W. Henry. 6/8/36
“After the Thin Man” w/ W. Powell. 6/17/40
“Manhattan Melodrama” w/ W. Powell, D. Ameche. 9/9/40
“I Love You Again” w/ C. Grant, F. McHugh. 6/30/41 (surface noise)
“Appointment for Love” w/ C. Boyer. 2/23/42
Memoirs of the Movies (1959, 1970 rebroadcast, M.L. is hostess):
Part 1: “Nuts Among the Oranges” F.X. Bushman, host.
Part 2: “Two Kids for a Nickel” J.M. Brown, host.
Part 3: “Birth of a Boffo” J.E. Brown, host.
Part 4: “The Day the Screen Screamed” J. Schildkraut, host.
Part 5: “The Film Factories” F. Tone, host.
Part 6: “The Two-Minute Take” A. Pringle, hostess.
Part 7: “The Megaphone Men” C. Morris, host.
Part 8: “The Tycoons” Z. Scott, host.
Part 9: “Requiem for a Writer” S. Sidney, hostess.
Part 10: “Hollywood at Home” B. Keaton, host.
Part 11: “Movies and Music” D. Lamour, hostess.
Part 12: “Clips from the Classics” R. Chatterton, hostess.
Silver Theatre “The Debutante” w/ E. Lewis. CBS 1/15/39
Suspense “Library Book” CBS 9/20/45 (no opening)

LUBITSCH, ERNST
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ J. Benny, C. Colbert, B. Rathbone, E. Arnold. CBS 10/20/40

LUGOSI, BELA
Crime Does Not Pay “Gasoline Cocktail” Syndicated 1949
Mystery House “The Thirsty Death” w/ J. Carradine. 1944
Suspense “Doctor Prescribed Death” w/ G. Fitzgerald. 2/2/43
Texaco Star Theatre w/ K. Murray, F. Langford, B. Meredith. CBS 11/15/39 (1 hr.)

LUKAS, PAUL
Academy Award “The Watch on the Rhine” CBS 8/7/46
Academy Awards J. Benny (mc). 3/2/44 (55 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, J. Durante. NBC 11/5/50 (90 min.) (premiere)
Duffy’s Tavern 1/11/46
Encore Theatre “Life of Louis Pasteur” CBS 6/11/46
Information, Please NBC 4/25/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Count of Monte Cristo” w/ R. Montgomery, J. Hutchinson, L. Stone, L. Nolan. 2/6/39
“Appointment for Love” w/ O. DeHavilland. 5/1/44
“Deadline at Dawn” w/ J. Blondell. 5/20/46
Radio Reader’s Digest “11 Against the Atomic Bomb” CBS 4/17/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “Joseph Discovers America” CBS 3/4/48
Suspense “Fire, Burn; Cauldron, Bubble” CBS 4/6/43
Suspense “A World of Darkness” CBS 1/20/44
Theatre of Romance “Lost Horizon” w/ E. Linden. CBS 2/6/45

LUM & ABNER (send SASE for Lum and Abner Show listing)
Command Performance Xmas Special. w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
The Magic Key w/ A. Tokatyan, D. Giannini. NBC 2/16/36 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ J. Garland, J. Colonna. Blue 12/17/44 (1 hr.)

LUND, JOHN
Academy Award Theater “Portrait of Jennie” 12/2/46
Cavalcade of America “An American from France” w/ W. Hampden. NBC 5/6/52
Family Theatre “Three Way Love” w/ M. O’Sullivan. MBS 5/29/47
Hallmark Playhouse “Arrowsmith” CBS 10/14/48
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“And Now Tomorrow” w/ O. DeHavilland. 6/10/46
“Lady in the Dark” w/ J. Garland. 2/16/53
“The Iron Mistress” w/ V. Mayo. 12/28/54
Prudential Family Hour “My Man Godfrey” CBS 6/27/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “A Foreign Affair” w/ R. Russell, M. Dietrich. 3/6/49 (special 1 hour show)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“A Plain Case of Murder” 10/10/46
“Murder Aboard the Alphabet” 8/21/47
“Lunch Kit” 6/9/49
“Experiment G-R” 9/29/49
“Man in the Room” 5/11/50
“Melody of Dreams” 12/29/52
“The Island” 1/12/58
“The Man Who Stole the Bible” 11/25/56
“Tarawa Was Tough” 5/12/57
“Winner Lose All” 4/27/58
“Eyewitness” 1960
Theatre Guild “Allegro” w/ J. Powell. 11/25/51 (1 hr.) (no opening; good minus quality)

LUNDIGAN, WILLIAM
Family Theatre “Three Way Love” w/ M. O’ Sullivan. W.L. is host. MBS 5/29/47
Hollywood Calling (series #13) (George Fisher) w/ J. Derek, G. Grahame, K. Douglas. Synd. c.1950
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “House on 92nd St.” w/ L. Nolan. 6/10/46

LUNT, ALFRED
Cavalcade of America “The Gentleman of the Island” NBC 7/6/42
Theatre Guild (ABC, 1 hour each):
“Elizabeth the Queen” 12/2/45
“Ned McCobb’s Daughter” w/ S. Booth. 12/9/45
“Call it a Day” w/ L. Fontanne. 6/2/46
“The Great Adventure” w/ L. Fontanne. 1/5/47
“Pygmalion” w/ L. Fontanne. AFRS 10/21/51
Theatre Guild “The Show-Off” ABC 3/3/46 (1 hr.)

LUPINO, IDA
Campbell Playhouse “Bad Man” w/ O. Welles. CBS 5/19/39 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “A Lady of Distinction” 6/9/47
Cavalcade of America “Kitchen Scientist” 9/8/47
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 9/5/37 (1 hr.)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 12/23/42
Encore Theatre “Nurse Edith Cavell” CBS 8/20/46
Good News of 1940 w/ R. Colman, M. Angelus. NBC 2/8/40 (1 hr.)
Hallmark Playhouse “Woman with a Sword” CBS 12/9/48
Hallmark Playhouse “The Love Story of Elizabeth Barrett” CBS 2/2/50
Hollywood Calling (series #1) (George Fisher) w/ S. Forrest, C. Coburn, K. Douglas, J. Livingston,
R. Evans. Synd. 1949
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The 39 Steps” w/ R. Montgomery, I. Jewell, G. Lockhart. 12/13/37
“Wuthering Heights” w/ B. Stanwyck, B. Aherne. 9/18/39
“Wuthering Heights” w/ B. Rathbone. 11/4/40
“Rebecca” w/ R. Colman, J. Anderson. 2/3/41 (no opening)
“A Woman’s Face” w/ B. Aherne, C. Veidt. 11/2/42
“Now, Voyager” w/ P. Henried. 5/10/43
“Ladies in Retirement” w/ B. Aherne, M. Whitty. 9/27/43
“Only Yesterday” w/ R. Young. 4/16/45
“Saratoga Trunk” w/ Z. Scott. 11/24/47
“Daisy Kenyon” w/ D. Andrews. 4/5/48
“The Razor’s Edge” w/ M. Stevens. 10/18/48
“The Star” w/ E. O’Brien. 4/19/54 (no opening or closing)
“So Big” w/ R. Stack. NBC 9/21/54
Mail Call (#127) w/ G. Marx, G. DeHaven, G. Krupa, R. Benchley. AFRS
Silver Theater “Challenge for Three” w/ C. Nagel, W. Farnum. CBS 12/25/38 (part 1 of 2)
Silver Theater “Challenge for Three” CBS 1/1/39 (part 2 of 2)
Suspense “The Sisters” CBS 2/3/44
Suspense “Fugue in C-Minor” w/ V. Price. CBS 6/1/44
Suspense “Summer Night” CBS 7/15/48
Suspense “The Bullet” CBS 12/29/49
Suspense “On a Country Road” w/ H. Duff. CBS 5/10/59
Theatre of Romance “The Hard Way” w/ R. Alda. CBS 3/19/46
Theatre USA w/ B. Clark, King Cole Trio. (I.L. in scene from “Silver Cord”) AFRS 4/19/49

LYNN, DIANA
Cavalcade of America “Loyal Lady” NBC 10/23/51
Celebrity Club (M. Whiting) CBS 2/2/46
Command Performance (#151) w/ G. Simms, A. Pearce, C. Ramierz. AFRS WWII
June’s My Girl NBC 10/4/48
Kraft Music Hall w/ B. Crosby. NBC 12/7/44 (1 hr.)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “A Quiet Night at Home” CBS 4/14/43
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Scenes of Love” CBS 4/28/43
Theatre Guild “Street Scene” w/ R. Conte, S. Booth. ABC 12/11/49 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Silver Whistle” w/ J. Stewart. NBC 4/6/52 (1 hr.) (scratchy)
Whatever Became of . . . ? R. Lamparski. 10/6/70

LYNN, JEFFREY
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Next Time We Live” w/ J. Cagney, O. de Havilland. CBS 2/18/40
Lux Radio Theatre “That Certain Woman” w/ C. Lombard, B. Rathbone. CBS 10/31/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Jezebel” w/ L. Young, B. Donlevy. CBS 11/25/40 (1 hr.)
NBC Star Playhouse “Sunset Blvd.” w/ L. Joy. 1/31/54 (1 hr.) (good-minus quality)

LYNNE, SHARON
Lux Radio Theatre “Enter Madame” w/ G. Moore, B. Rathbone, W. Frawley. CBS 1/10/38 (1 hr.)

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

LYON, BEN (see Daniels, Bebe, send SASE for Life with the Lyons listing)
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ B. Daniels. NBC 12/20/34 (1 hr.)

LYTELL, BERT
Stage Door Canteen w/ M. Martin, Rodgers & Hammerstein, U. Merkel. NBC 8/12/43 (hollow sound)
Theatre Guild “Lady in the Dark” w/ G. Lawrence, J. Conte. ABC 10/19/47 (1 hr)

 

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

 

McALLISTER, LON
Cavalcade of America “Golden Harvest” NBC 9/19/50
Hallmark Playhouse “Green Grass of Wyoming” CBS 1/26/50
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! w/ J. Haver. CBS 10/24/49 (1 hr)
Stars Over Hollywood “With All My Heart” CBS 10/10/53

McCAMBRIDGE, MERCEDES
Ford Theatre “The Horn Blows at Midnight” w/ J. Benny, C. Rains. 3/4/49 (1 hr)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Spellbound” w/ J. Cotten. NBC 1/25/51 (1 hr.)
Studio One (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Kitty Foyle” 11/4/47
“To Mary, With Love” w/ Ge. Kelly. 12/8/47
“Painted Veils” w/ J. Mason. 12/22/47 (dress rehearsal)
“King’s Row” w/ Robert Young. 2/24/48
“The 39 Steps” w/ G. Ford. 3/23/48
“Private Worlds” w/ M. Carroll. 5/4/48
Suspense “America’s Boyfriend” w/ R. Crenna. CBS 7/21/57
Suspense “The Diary of Sophronia Winters” CBS 8/10/58

McCAREY, LEO
Philco w/ J. Garland. 2/19/47

McCARTHY, KEVIN
Hollywood Calling (series #34) (George Fisher) w/ R. Stack, F. March, C. Rochelle. Synd. c.1952
Suspense “Deadman’s Story” CBS 5/15/50
Suspense “After the Movies” CBS 7/7/57

McCORMACK, JOHN
Royal Gelatin Hour w/ G. MacNamee, B. Halop. NBC 11/19/36 (1 hr.)

McCORMICK, MYRON
Best Plays “A Bell for Adano” w/ A. Kennedy. NBC 12/28/52 (1 hr.)
Studio One “Singing Guns” w/ G. Merrill. CBS 10/21/47 (1 hr.)

McCREA, JOEL (send SASE for Tales of the Texas Rangers listing)
Cavalcade of America “The Camels are Coming” w/ L. Day. NBC 1/21/46
Hallmark Playhouse “The Way West” CBS 1/12/50
Hollywood Calling (series #25) (George Fisher) w/ M. Freeman, C. Wilde, J.C. Naish. Synd. c.1951
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Brat” w/ M. Davies, G. Gordon. 7/13/36 (fair-good) (first 45 mins. only)
“Hands Across the Table” w/ C. Colbert, W. Pidgeon. 5/3/37
“Forsaking All Others” w/ B. Davis. 2/28/38
“Smoky” AFRS 3/24/47
Memoirs of the Movies “Nuts Among the Oranges” F.X. Bushman, narrator, 1959

McDANIEL, HATTIE
Eddie Cantor Show w/ I. Lupino. NBC 12/23/42
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “No Time for Comedy” w/ N. Shearer, M. Astor, W. Abel. CBS 2/9/41

MacDONALD, J. FARRELL
Lux Radio Theatre “Peg o’ My Heart” w/ M. Davies, B. Aherne, B. Hume. CBS 11/29/37 (1 hr.)

MacDONALD, JEANETTE
America Calling (all-star; see Barrymore, Lionel for cast. NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Sweethearts” w/ N. Eddy. CBS 12/15/47
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, B. Ebsen, G. Murphy, J. Garland, S. Tucker, A. Jones. NBC
1/4/37 (1 hr.) (first show)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Song for Clothilda” w/ R. Taylor. CBS 2/19/39
Kraft Music Hall w/ N. Eddy. ABC 9/23/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Sweethearts” w/ N. Eddy. CBS 3/25/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Rose Marie” w/ N. Eddy. CBS 6/23/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Irene” w/ R. Toomery, A. Lake. 6/29/36
“Tonight or Never” w/ M. Douglas, L. Alberni. 1/25/37
“Naughty Marietta” w/ N. Eddy. 6/12/44
“Maytime” w/ N. Eddy, E. Barrier. 9/4/44
“Smilin’ Through” w/ B. Aherne, G. Raymond. 1/5/42

MacDONALD, MARIE
Burns & Allen Show NBC 5/12/49

McDOWALL, RODDY
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ W. Pidgeon, M. O’Hara. 9/21/42
“The Pied Piper” w/ F. Morgan, A. Baxter, R. Morgan. 12/21/42
“My Friend Flicka” w/ G. Brent, R. Johnson. 6/7/43
“Thunderhead, Son of Flicka” w/ P. Foster. 2/25/46
Memoirs of the Movies “The Film Factories” F. Tone, narrator. 1959
Suspense “One-Way Street” AFRS 1/23/47

McGRAW, CHARLES
Hollywood Calling (series #14) (George Fisher) w/ G. O’Brien, Y. DeCarlo, M. Morgan. Synd. c.1950
Suspense “227 Minutes of Hate” CBS 2/24/57
Suspense “Two for the Road” w/ W. Conrad. CBS 11/9/58

McGUIRE, DOROTHY
Cavalcade of America “Lady on a Mission” 4/25/49
Cavalcade of America “Lady Becomes a Governor” 10/4/49
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Enchanted Cottage” w/ R. Young. 9/3/45
“I’ll Be Seeing You” w/ J. Cotten. 12/24/45
“A Blueprint for Murder” w/ D. Dailey. AFRS 3/29/54
“Mother Didn’t Tell Me” w/ F. Lovejoy. AFRS 11/16/54
Radio Reader’s Digest “Sweet Rosie O’Grady” CBS 3/13/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “Hand on the Latch” CBS 1/15/48
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Spiral Staircase” w/ J. Dehner. NBC 11/25/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Cluny Brown” w/ C. Boyer. NBC 11/23/50 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Last Confession” CBS 9/15/49
Theatre Guild “Our Town” w. James Dobson. ABC 9/29/46 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “A Doll’s House” w/ B. Rathbone. ABC 1/19/47 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Hamlet” w/ J. Gielgud. NBC 3/4/51 (90 min.)

McHUGH, FRANK
Bing Crosby Show NBC 9/2/43
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 5/29/41 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 5/28/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “I Love You Again” w/ M. Loy, C. Grant. CBS 6/30/41 (1 hr.) (surface noise)
Suspense “Two Sharp Knives” w/ J. Payne. CBS 6/7/45

McHUGH, JIMMY
Command Performance (#152) “Favorite Songwriters” I. Dunne is m.c. AFRS WWII

McLAGLEN, VICTOR
Academy Award “The Informer” CBS 5/25/46

MacLEAN, DOUGLAS
Lux Radio Theatre “Captain Blood” w/ E. Flynn, O. DeHavilland, B. Rathbone. (D.M. is intermission guest)
CBS 2/22/37 (1 hr.)

McLEOD, CATHERINE
Lux Radio Theatre “I’ve Always Loved You” w/ J. Cotten, O. Kruger. CBS 11/4/46 (1 hr.)

MacMAHON, ALINE
Campbell Playhouse “Counsellor-at-Law” w/ G. Berg, O. Welles. CBS 1/6/39 (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Film Factories” F. Tone, narrator, 1959
Theatre Guild “Storm Over Patsy” w/ M. Scott. ABC 11/4/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Morning’s at Seven” w/ S. Erwin, S. Booth, R. Morgan. ABC 11/25/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Papa is All” w/ O. Homolka. ABC 12/22/46 (1 hr.)

MacMANUS, GEORGE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ M. Evans, S. Field. CBS 11/29/39 (1 hr.)

MacMURRAY, FRED
Four for the Fifth (#3) Synd. 1944
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Vivacious Lady” w/ G. Rogers, C. Coburn. CBS 4/7/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Desire” w/ M. Dietrich. CBS 12/1/40
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Bachelor Mother” w/ A. Sothern, C. Coburn. CBS 11/23/42
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Gilded Lily” w/ C. Colbert, D. Niven. 1/11/37
“Another Language” w/ B. Davis, J. Beal, M. Robson, M. Hamilton. 5/17/37
“Up Pops the Devil” w/ M. Evans, J. McLeary. 10/18/37
“Alice Adams” w/ C. Colbert, W. Connolly. 1/3/38
“Front Page Woman” w/ P. Goddard, R. Karns. 1/16/39
“Invitation to Happiness” w/ M. Carroll. 10/23/39
“Made for Each Other” w/ C. Lombard. 2/19/40
“Remember the Night” w/ B. Stanwyck, B. Bondi, S. Holloway. 3/25/40
“True Confession” w/ L. Young, R. Donnelly. 5/13/40
“His Girl Friday” w/ C. Colbert, J. Carson. 9/30/40
“Remember the Night” w/ J. Arthur, B. Bondi. 12/22/41
“Standing Room Only” w/ P. Goddard. 10/30/44
“Pardon My Past” w/ M. Chapman. 5/13/46 (dress rehearsal)
“Singapore” w/ A. Gardner. 11/3/47
“Miracle of the Bells” w/ F. Sinatra, Valli. 5/31/48
“June Bride” w/ I. Dunne. AFRS 12/28/53
“The Turning Point” NBC 10/5/54 (no opening)
Lux Summer Theatre “The Lady & the Tumblers” w/ S. Hill. AFRS 6/15/53
The Magic Key w/ G. Lombardo, J. Bennett. NBC 2/9/36 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Suddenly, It’s Spring” NBC 3/27/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Take a Letter, Darling” w/ R. Russell. NBC 2/1/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Windy City Six” w/ R. Nichols & His 5 Pennies. CBS 2/8/51
Suspense “Flight of the Bumblebee” CBS 5/19/52 (good-minus quality)
Suspense “Great Train Robbery” CBS 4/13/53

McNALLY, STEPHEN
Lux Radio Theatre “Pickup on South Street” w/ T. Ritter, T. Moore. 6/21/54 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Lady Gambles” w/ B. Stanwyck. NBC 12/14/50 (1 hr.)

McNEILL, DON
Breakfast Club NBC 12/6/337 (45 min.)
Fred Allen Show NBC 5/9/48 (no commercials)

MacRAE, GORDON
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ M. Berle, J. Durante, E. Merman. NBC 4/29/51 (90 min.)

MACK, HELEN
Lux Radio Theatre “The Virginian” w/ G. Cooper, C. Bickford, J. Howard. CBS 11/2/36 (1 hr.)

MAHER, WALLY
Suspense “Dead Ernest” CBS 8/8/46

MAIN, MARJORIE
We Hold These Truths! (by Norman Corwin) all networks 12/15/41 (1 hr.)

MALDEN, KARL
Theatre Guild “Street Scene” w/ R. Conte, D. Lynn, S. Booth. ABC 12/11/49 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Glass Menagerie” w/ H. Hayes, M. Clift. AFRS 9/16/51 (1 hr.) (clipped closing;
sl. muddy quality)
Theatre Guild “Liliom” w/ R. Widmark. NBC 11/30/52 (1 hr.)

MALLORY, BOOTS
Lux Radio Theatre “Is Zat So?” w/ J. Cagney, R. Armstrong. CBS 9/7/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Ceiling Zero” w/ J. Cagney, R. Bellamy, S. Erwin, Jeanne Cagney. CBS 2/27/39 (1 hr.)

MANNING, IRENE
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Naughty Marietta” w/ A. Jones. CBS 7/29/46

MANONE, WINGY
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ D. Lamour, H. Marshall. NBC 4/18/40 (1 hr.)

MARA, ADELE
Hollywood Calling (series #24) (George Fisher) w/ S. Dalbert, A. Dekker, D. Reynolds. Synd. c.1951

MARBLE, ALICE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ Grace George, C. Rains. CBS 10/11/39 (1 hr.)

MARCH, FREDRIC
Academy Award “A Star is Born” CBS 6/29/46
Camel Screen Guild Players “Best Years of Our Lives” w/ M. Loy, T. Wright. CBS 11/24/47
Cavalcade of America “The Lengthening Shadow” 4/12/43
Columbia Workshop CBS 5/30/44
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Enchanted Cottage” w/ H. Hayes. CBS 11/26/39
Hollywood Calling (series #34) (George Fisher) w/ R. Stack, C. Rochelle, K. McCarthy. Synd. c.1952
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
Hollywood Hotel “A Star is Born” w/ J. Gaynor, F. MacMurray, L. Parsons. CBS 4/30/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Death Takes a Holiday” w/ F. Eldridge, K. Johnson. 3/22/37 (some cross-talk)
“The Plainsman” w/ J. Arthur, J. Fontaine. 5/31/37
“The Outsider” w/ F. Eldridge, D. Montgomery, D. Crisp. 9/20/37
“Bachelor Mother” w/ G. Rogers, F. Albertson. 1/22/40
“One Foot in Heaven” w/ M. Scott. 4/20/42
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ G. Gibbs, V. Borge. Blue 12/3/44 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Trade Winds” (T. Garnett, director) NBC 5/29/49
Silver Theatre “Stronger Than Steel” w/ L. Tuttle. CBS 10/2/38
Suspense “Actor’s Blood” CBS 8/24/44
Suspense “The Night Reveals” CBS 5/26/49
Theatre Guild (ABC, 1 hour each):
“The Royal Family” w/ M. Gilmore, E. Winwood. 12/16/45
“No Time for Comedy” w/ F. Eldridge, W. Abel. 3/9/47
“Cyrano de Bergerac” w/ F.Eldridge. 10/12/47
“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” w/ B. Bel Geddes. AFRS 11/19/50 (1 hr.)
Treasury Star Parade “This is America” Synd. 4/29/43 (15 min.)

MARGO
NBC Star Playhouse “For Whom the Bell Tolls” w/ J. Forsythe. NBC 1/10/54 (1 hr.) (good-minus)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Last Night” w/ K. Smith. 6/15/43
“Cabin B-13” 11/9/43
“The Night Reveals” w/ R. Young. 12/9/43
“Finishing School” w/ E. Lanchester. 12/30/43

MARLOWE, HUGH
Lux Radio Theatre “Come to the Stable” w/ L. Young. AFRS 4/13/50 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Margie” w/ J. Crain. CBS 10/22/51 (1 hr.)

MARLOWE, MARION
Whatever Became of . . . ? 5/18/71

MARSHAL, ALAN
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Sidewalks of London” w/ C. Laughton, E. Lanchester. 2/12/40
“Lydia” w/ M. Oberon, E.M. Oliver, J. Cotten, G. Reeves. 9/22/41
“Tom, Dick, and Harry” w/ G. Rogers, G. Murphy, B. Meredith. 9/8/41

MARSHALL, E.G.
Theatre Guild “Old English” w/ C. Laughton. ABC 11/30/47 (1 hr.)

MARSHALL, HERBERT
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 5/18/44
Camel Screen Guild Players “Brief Encounter” w/ I. Dunne. CBS 1/26/48 (no opening)
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/20/40 (1 hr.)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Forecast #4 “The Lodger” 7/22/40
Guest Star “The Best Laid Plans” Syndicated 9/15/52 (15 min.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Accent on Youth” w/ G. Lawrence, J.M. Brown. CBS 12/2/39
Hallmark Playhouse “Lost Horizon” CBS 12/30/48
Hollywood Calling (series #19) (George Fisher) w/ V. Heflin, N. Kelly, J.M. Brown. Synd. c.1950
Information, Please NBC 12/20/40
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ D. Lamour. NBC 4/18/40 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Love Affair” w/ V. Bruce. 10/11/43
“Mad About Music” w/ E. Blore. 10/16/44
“Brief Encounter” w/ L. Palmer. 5/12/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Dark Angel” w/ M. Oberon, R. LaRocque. 6/22/36
“Cavalcade” w/ M. Carroll, U. O’Connor, D. Niven. 12/28/36
“Desire” w/ M. Dietrich, O. Kruger. 3/15/37
“The Petrified Forest” w/ M. Sullavan, E. Ciannelli, D. Meek. 11/22/37
“Romance” w/ M. Carroll. 2/21/38
“Mad About Music” w/ D. Durbin, G. Patrick, W. Frawley. 4/18/38
“Sorrell and Son” w/ R. Carlson, K. Morley. 1/1/40
“The Letter” w/ B. Davis. 4/21/41
“Craig’s Wife” w/ R. Russell, B. Bondi. 5/5/41
“Kathleen” w/ S. Temple, F. Gifford. 12/27/43
“The Letter” w/ B. Davis, V. Price. 3/6/44
Lux Summer Theatre “The Birds” CBS 7/20/53 (1 hr.) (no commercial)
Mail Call (#133) w/ F. Langford, J. Carson, J. Colonna. AFRS
Shell Chateau w/ A. Jolson, C. Calloway. CBS 1/25/36 (1 hr.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each)
“The Beast Must Die” 7/13/44
“Holiday Story” 12/23/48
“The Victoria Cross” 11/2/50
“Betrayal in Vienna” 10/8/51
“Frankenstein” CBS 11/3/52 (only fair-good quality)
“The Mystery of Edwin Drood” 1/5/53 (part 1 of 2)
“The Mystery of Edwin Drood” 1/12/53 (part 2 of 2)
“The Man Within” 4/27/53
“Action” 10/5/53
“Murder by Jury” 2/22/54
“Back for Christmas” 12/23/56
“The Long Shot” 2/9/58
Texaco Star Theatre w/ J. Barrymore, U. Merkel. (H.M. & A. Leeds in “Lend Me Your Eyes”) CBS
11/30/38 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “The Enchanted Cottage” w/ Robt. Young. CBS 2/2/46 (clipped opening)
What’s New? (C.B. DeMille) w/ L. Horne, E. Keyes. Blue 1/1/44 (1 hr.)

MARTIN, DEAN (see also Martin & Lewis Show)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ B. Hope, J. Lewis, D. Kerr. NBC 12/17/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Garland, J. Lewis, G. Marx. NBC 2/11/51 (90 min.)
Dean Martin Show 8/30/44 (15 min.)

MARTIN, MARY
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, R. Young, R. Johnson. NBC 6/9/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, E. Sullivan, F. Bartholomew. 6/16/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, W. Connolly, A. Jones. NBC 12/14/39 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/17/40
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 4/23/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “My Gal Sal” w/ D. Powell. CBS 1/18/43 (1 hr.)
Stage Door Canteen w/ R. Rodgers, O. Hammerstein II, U. Merkel, B. Lytell. NBC 8/12/43 (hollow sound)
Walter O’Keefe’s Almanac (M.M. is interviewed) 12/62 (15 min.)

MARTIN, TONY
America Calling (all-star; see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Duffy’s Tavern 3/30/50
Good News of 1939 (NBC, 1 hour each):
w/ R. Young, R. Russell, R. Hicks. 11/8/38
w/ J. Crawford, M. Sullavan. 11/17/38
w/ R. Young, the Hardy Family. 11/24/38
w/ L. Barrymore, R. Owen, G. Lockhart. 12/15/38
w/ C. Muse, M. Wentworth. 12/1/38
w/ R. Taylor, R. Johnson. 12/22/38
w/ C. Parker, N. Pendleton, D. O’Keefe. 1/12/39
w/ R. Young, M. Rooney. 2/2/39
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Casbah” w/ M. Toren. NBC 7/22/49

MARTINELLI, GIOVANNI
The Magic Key w/ F. Fay, Richard Himber & his Orchestra. NBC 1/26/36 (1 hr.)

MARX, GROUCHO (send SASE for You Bet Your Life listing)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Pinza, F. Brice, J. Powell. NBC 11/12/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Garland, Martin & Lewis. NBC 2/11/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, B. Hope. NBC 4/1/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, P. Hoffa, L. Boyer, G. Jessel, G. Rogers, M. Truman, M. Wilson.
NBC 5/6/51 (90 min.)
Birdseye Open House (NBC, 30 minutes each) (all but one w/ D. Shore)
4/19/45 w/ G. Simms (subs for D. Shore)
3/15/45 1/10/46
5/17/45 2/21/46
11/8/45 3/14/46
11/22/45 5/16/46
The Circle w/ R. Colman, C. Lombard, C. Grant, C. Marx, J. Iturbi. NBC 1/22/39 (1 hr.) (clipped opening)
Columbia Presents Corwin “Unity Fair” w/ K. Wynn, A. Drake. CBS 7/12/45
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see Benchley, Robert for cast) 10/8/44
(2 hrs. 15 min.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Information, Plesse NBC 10/31/41
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/20/44
Jack Benny Program w/ F. Sinatra, D. Kaye, G. Burns. NBC 3/2/52
Kraft Music Hall w/ A. Jolson. NBC 5/6/48
Mail Call (#127) w/ G. DeHaven, G. Krupa, C. Ventura, I. Lupino, R. Benchley.
Mail Call (#188) w/ K. Baker, K. Grayson, Les Paul Trio. AFRS
Mail Call (#267) w/ J. Powell, A. Jones, M. Tilton. AFRS WWII
Marx Brothers Show w/ C. Marx. CBS c. 1937 (abridged recording; only 15 min.)
Radio Almanac (O. Welles) CBS 1/26/44
Radio Hall of Fame w/ K. Baker, A. Christie, B. Baker. Blue (1 hr.)
Railroad Hour (AFRS re-broadcast is called Showtime) “Lady Be Good” w/ G. MacRae. 2/21/49

MARX, HARPO
Command Performance w/ J. Benny, G. Cooper. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#307) w/ A. Ellis, Sweeney & March. AFRS WWII (unedited; c. 40 min.)
Mail Call (#137) w/ F. Morgan, Burns & Allen, R. Hayworth. AFRS

MASON, JAMES
Fred Allen Show (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“The Perfect Crime” 10/19/47
1/4/48
w/ P. Mason. 3/28/48
Lux Radio Theatre “Five Fingers” NBC 2/1/55 (1 hr.)
Studio One “Painted Veils” w/ M. McCambridge. CBS 12/22/47 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Where There’s a Will” w/ P. Mason. CBS 2/24/49
Suspense “The Greatest Thief in the World” CBS 6/21/51
Suspense “Odd Man Out” CBS 2/11/52
Suspense “The Queen’s Ring” CBS 12/28/53
Suspense “Dealings of Mr. Markham” w/ P. Mason. CBS 11/2/58
Theatre Guild “A Bill of Divorcement” w/ P. Ward. ABC 12/1/46 (1 hr.)

MASON, JENNA
Bing Crosby Show CBS 3/7/54

MASSEY, ILONA
Whatever Became of . . . ? R. Lamparski.

MASSEY, RAYMOND
Cavalcade of America “Abraham Lincoln: The War Years” NBC 2/13/40
Cavalcade of America “A Tooth for Paul Revere” NBC 5/11/42
Cavalcade of America “Life on the Mississippi” NBC 2/24/53
Forecast “Country Lawyer” CBS 8/18/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Abe Lincoln in Illinois” w/ F. Bainter, O. Kruger. CBS 4/22/40 (good minus) (1 hr.)

Lux Radio Theatre “Action in the North Atlantic” w/ G. Raft, J. Bishop. CBS 5/15/44 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Song from Heaven” CBS 12/18/47
Reader’s Digest Radio Edition “The Council Assigned” CBS 2/13/47

MATURE, VICTOR
Bob Hope Show AFRS c. 1952
Hollywood Calling (series #5) (George Fisher) w/ Sabu, R. Fleming, P.L. Hayes. Synd. c.1949
Lux Radio Theatre “Lillian Russell” w/ A. Faye, E. Arnold. CBS 10/21/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Slightly Dangerous” w/ L. Turner, G. Lockhart. CBS 10/25/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Coney Island” w/ B. Grable, B. Sullivan. AFRS 9/30/46 (1 hr)
Skippy Hollywood Theater “Angelica” Synd. 1946
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Momentum” 10/27/49
“Blackjack to Kill” 12/10/51
“The Love & Death of Joaquin Murietta” CBS 2/16/53
“The Girl in Car 32” 3/15/54

MAUCH, BOBBY
Whatever Became Of . . . ?

MAUREY, NICOLE
Lux Radio Theatre “Secret of the Incas” w/ C. Heston. NBC 12/14/54 (1 hr.) (no commercials)

MAXWELL, ELSA
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 11/4/45
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ F. Tone, G. Farrell. CBS 11/22/39 (1 hr.)

MAXWELL, MARILYN
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/11/51
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Jack Benny Program w/ B. Feller. NBC 6/20/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Champion” w/ K. Douglas. CBS 10/13/49
Lux Radio Theatre “Wake Up and Live” w/ F. Sinatra, B. Crosby. 2/21/44 (1 hr)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Lemon Drop Kid” w/ B. Hope. CBS 12/10/51 (1 hr.)

MAYO, VIRGINIA
Academy Award Theater “The Devil and Miss Jones” 10/23/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Wonder Man” w/ D. Kaye. 3/25/46 (dress rehearsal)
“This Woman is Dangerous” w/ D. Morgan. AFRS 3/16/53
“China Run” 6/8/53
“Strangers on a Train” w/ D. Andrews, R. Cummings. AFRS 4/12/54 (no opening)
“The Iron Mistress” w/ J. Lund. AFRS 12/28/54

MAZURKI, MIKE
Hollywood Startime “Murder, My Sweet” w/ D. Powell, M. Astor. ABC 6/8/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Murder, My Sweet” w/ D. Powell, C. Trevor. CBS 6/11/45 (1 hr.) (dress rehearsal)
Lux Radio Theatre “Murder, My Sweet” w/ D. Powell, C. Trevor. 6/11/45 (1 hr.)

MEEK, DONALD
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Hand of Providence” w/ J. Cagney, P. Lane, A. Devine. CBS 4/16/39
Lux Radio Theatre “The Petrified Forest” w/ H. Marshall, M. Sullavan, E. Ciannelli. CBS 11/22/37 (1 hr.)

MELCHIOR, LAURITZ
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Wynn, J. Carson. NBC 11/26/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Wynn, B. Lillie. NBC 2/18/51 (90 min.)
Command Performance (#134) w/ J. Garland, D. Kaye. AFRS WWII
Command Performance Xmas Special w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Kraft Music Hall (D. Ameche) w/ J. Bennett. NBC 10/23/41 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/L. Boyer. NBC 3/8/36 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#128) w/ B. Crosby, M. Mears, C. Daley. AFRS

MELTON, JAMES
American Premiere “Teresina” w/ J. Dragonette. 4/12/34 (1 hr.) (no opening)
Bell Telephone Hour (#49)
Burns and Allen Show AFRS c. 1945
Chicago Theatre of the Air “Eileen” Mutual 11/20/40 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ B. Goodman, G.M. Cohan. NBC 12/29/35 (1 hr.)
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hrs. 30 min.)
Texaco Star Theatre (CBS, E. Wynn is mc)
1/6/46
1/13/46
1/20/46
2/10/46
2/17/46
2/24/46
Texaco Town (E. Cantor) CBS 12/13/36

MENJOU, ADOLPHE
Academy Award “The Front Page” w/ P. O’Brien. CBS 6/22/46
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 2/3/43
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “We Were Dancing” w/ R. Montgomery, B. Barnes. CBS 10/29/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Morning Glory” w/ M. Hopkins, R. Milland. CBS 3/24/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “A Star is Born” w/ L. Young, B. Meredith. 11/17/46
Hollywood Hotel preview of “One in a Million” w/ D. Powell, F. Langford, S. Henie, Ritz Brothers,
A. Judge. CBS 12/18/36 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Shopworn Angel” w/ L. Day, R. Walker. CBS 10/2/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Conversation Piece” w/ L. Pons, M. Gateson, G. Sanders. 11/16/36
“A Farewell to Arms” w/ C. Gable, J. Hutchinson, J. LaRue. 4/4/37
“Stage Door” w/ G. Rogers, R. Russell, E. Arden. 2/20/39
“The Last of Mrs. Cheyney” w/ N. Shearer, W. Pidgeon. 5/11/42
“Morning Glory” w/ J. Garland, J. Payne. 10/12/42
Texaco Star Theatre w/ U. Merkel, C. Ruggles, B. Davis. CBS 10/5/38 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre w/ U. Merkel, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, J. Barrymore. CBS 10/12/38 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre w/ U. Merkel, J. Barrymore. (A.M. & F. Dee in “Song of Christmas”) 12/21/38 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 11/29/42

MENKEN, HELEN
Theatre Guild “Mary of Scotland” w/ H. Hayes. ABC 4/28/46 (1 hr.)

MERCER, JOHNNY
Call for Music w/ D. Shore, H. James. NBC 2/9/48
Camel Caravan w/ B. Goodman, M. Tilton. CBS 2/7/39
Camel Caravan w/ B. Goodman, M. Tilton. CBS 2/14/39
Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, G. DeHaven, J. Allyson, J. Russell, F. Langford, E. Smith,
J. Colonna.
Command Performance (#152) “Favorite Songwriters” I. Dunne is m.c. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#206) w/ Abbott & Costello, Jo Stafford. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
GI Journal (#58) w/ J. Carson, J. Durante, M. Blanc.
Johnny Mercer’s Music Shop AFRS c.1945 (15 min. each) Programs #93, 94, 95, 96
Kraft Music Hall (P. Whiteman) w/ D. Oldham, H. Jepson. NBC 12/20/34 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall 1/4/45 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#111) w/ G. Simms, J. Durante, H. James. AFRS
Mail Call (#126) w/ A. Rutherford, King Sisters, L. Horne, G. Moore. AFRS
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, R. Skelton. NBC 6/20/43
Your Hit Parade (#178) AFRS c. 1944

MEREDITH, BURGESS
Cavalcade of America “Native Land” NBC 9/22/41 Part 1
Cavalcade of America “Native Land” NBC 9/29/41 Part 2
Columbia Workshop “Fall of the City” w/ O. Welles. CBS 4/11/37
Gulf Screen Guild Theatre “A Star is Born” w/ L. Young, A. Menjou. 11/17/46
Hallmark Playhouse “Home to the Hermitage” CBS 3/9/50
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Johnny Apollo” w/ D. Lamour, E. Arnold. 2/17/41
“Tom, Dick, and Harry” w/ G. Rogers, G. Murphy, A. Marshal. 9/8/41
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 2/11/37 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Studio One “Sometime Every Summertime” CBS 3/9/48 (30 minutes)
Studio One “Spanish Bayonet” w/ M. McCambridge. CBS 7/20/48 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild (ABC, 1 hour each):
“Wings Over Europe” 9/9/45
“At Mrs. Beams” w/ P. Goddard. 10/28/45 (good minus quality)
Theatre Guild “Of Mice and Men” w/ George Mathews, J. Havoc. ABC 5/8/49 (1 hr.)

MERIVALE, PHILIP
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Harry Green, J. Hernandez. (P.M. & S. Ridges in “Valley Forge”)
NBC 1/3/35 (1 hr.)
Fleischmann Hour w/ S. Fetchit, L. Boyer, G. Cooper. NBC 10/24/35 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (P.M. in “Valley Forge”) CBS 9/13/39 (1 hr.)

MERKEL, UNA (send SASE for The Great Gildersleeve listing)
Bob Burns Show w/ G. Simms. NBC 3/24/42 (incomplete; runs c. 20 mins.)
Bob Hope Show w/ V. Vague, J. Colonna. NBC 3/25/41 (good minus quality)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, M. O’Sullivan, L. Barrymore, L.B. Mayer. NBC 3/31/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, J. Garland, C. Gable, F. Rice. 5/5/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, V. Bruce, R. Montgomery, G. Kahn. 5/26/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Swing High, Swing Low” w/ R. Vallee, V. Bruce, R. Karns. CBS 2/26/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Show-Off” w/ H. Peary, B. Bondi. CBS 2/1/43 (1 hr.)
Philip Morris Program “Nancy Bacon Reporting” J. Smith, c. 1942 (first of series)
Rudy Vallee Show w/ M. Rosenbloom. NBC 3/14/40
Stage Door Canteen w/ M. Martin, R. Rodgers, J. Smith, B. Lytell. NBC 8/12/43 (hollow sound)
Texaco Star Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
w/ A. Menjou, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, B. Davis. 10/5/38
w/ J. Barrymore, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, A. Menjou. 10/12/38
w/ J. Barrymore, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, H. Marshall, A. Leeds. 11/30/38
w/ J. Barrymore, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks. 12/7/38
w/ J. Barrymore, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, O. DeHavilland. 12/14/38
w/ J. Barrymore, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, A. Menjou, F. Dee. 12/21/38
w/ J. Barrymore, C. Ruggles, N. Sparks, M. Astor. 12/28/38
Theater of Today “The Woman’s Angle” 10/24/42

MERMAN, ETHEL
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, J. Durante. NBC 11/5/50 (90 min.) (premiere)
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, C. Brook, P. Hoffa, F. Laine, M. Truman. NBC 3/4/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ M. Berle, J. Durante, G. MacRae. NBC 4/29/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ J. Frisco, P. Lorre, Fibber McGee & Molly, S. Strudwick. NBC 3/9/52 (90 min.)
Command Performance (#145) w/ E. Haywood, J.E. Lewis, C. Boswell.
Henry Morgan Show NBC 10/14/49
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) ABC 5/19/48
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ M. Evans. NBC 5/20/37 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Never Follow a Banjo Act” CBS 2/1/54
WOR 50 KW Dedicatory Program (all-star cast) WOR-NY 3/4/35 (3 hrs.)

MERRILL, GARY
Lux Radio Theatre “All About Eve” w/ B. Davis. CBS 10/1/51 (1 hr.)
Studio One “Singing Guns” w/ M. McCormick. CBS 10/21/47 (1 hr.)

MERRILL, ROBERT
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, M. O’Brien, E. Wynn. NBC 12/24/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ P. Kelly, M. Woolley, Olson & Johnson. NBC 2/25/51 (90 min.)
Hollywood Calling (series #35) (George Fisher) w/ K. Jurado, J. Leslie, R. Harrison. Synd. c.1952

MIDDLETON, RAY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, B. Hope, J. Durante. NBC 11/19/50 (90 min.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour (D. Ameche, Bergen & McCarthy) w/ S. Henie. NBC 6/27/37 (1 hr.) (brief
passage cross-talk during Fields’ routine)

MILLAND, RAY
Academy Award “Arise, My Love” CBS 6/1/46
Cavalcade of America “Submarine Astern” NBC 4/5/43
Cavalcade of America “The Last Frontier” NBC 6/7/48
Ford Theatre “Of Human Bondage” w/ J. Loring. NBC 10/29/48 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Morning Glory” w/ M. Hopkins, A. Menjou. CBS 2/24/40 (no opening)
Jack Benny Program “Lost Weekend” NBC 3/10/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Lost Weekend” w/ J. Wyman. 1/7/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ A. Faye, R. Preston. 6/3/40
“Skylark” w/ C. Colbert, B. Aherne. 2/2/42
“The Lady Eve” w/ B. Stanwyck, C. Coburn. 3/9/42 (runs 45 minutes due to FDR’s speech)
“I Wanted Wings” w/ W. Holden, V. Lake. 3/30/42
“To Mary, With Love” w/ I. Dunne, O. Kruger. 11/16/42
“The Major and the Minor” w/ G. Rogers, Mrs. L. Rogers. 5/3/43
“Lady in the Dark” w/ G. Rogers. 1/29/45
“Practically Yours” w/ L. Young. 8/26/45 (dress rehearsal)
“Practically Yours” w/ C. Colbert. 8/27/45
“The Perfect Marriage” w/ L. Scott. 4/12/48
“Close to My Heart” w/ P. Thaxter. AFRS 3/2/53
“Gentleman’s Agreement” w/ D. McGuire. NBC 3/15/55 (no commercials)
Mail Call (#151) w/ F. Langford, E. Cantor. AFRS
Prudential Family Hour “The Deeper Shadow” CBS 11/7/48
Screen Director’s Playhouse (NBC, 30 minutes each, unless noted):
“It Happens Every Spring” 4/14/49
“The Trouble With Women” (S. Lanfield, director) 5/1/49
“The Big Clock” w/ M. O’Sullivan. (J. Farrow, director) 7/8/49
“The Uninvited” w/ A. Laughton. 11/18/49
“Alias Nick Beal” w/ J. Sterling, R. Burr. 12/28/50 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Chicken Feed” CBS 9/8/49
Suspense “After the Movies” CBS 12/7/50
Suspense “The Log of the Marne” CBS 10/22/51
Theater of Romance “The Uninvited” CBS 2/19/46

MILLER, ANN
Command Performance (#125) w/ J. Benny, B. Crosby, G. Cooper, H. Marx. AFRS
GI Journal (#75) w/ K. Kyser, J. Colonna, G. Gibbs, M. Blanc. AFRS
Mail Call (#46) w/ E.G. Robinson, D. Powell, James Gleason. AFRS WWII

MILLER, GLENN
GI Journal (#42) w/ B. Hope, B. Grable, J. Colonna.
Uncle Sam Presents (AFRS, 15 minutes each):
w/ R. McKinley, Z. Zarchy. 10/43
10/43
2/44
w/ J. Desmond, R. McKinley. 3/44

MILLER, SUSAN
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 1/2/41 (rehearsal)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. & L. Barrymore. NBC 6/5/41 (rehearsal)

MILLS BROTHERS
Bing Crosby Show w/ P. Page. CBS 2/20/52
Mail Call (#145) w/ B. Grable, G. Jessel, A. Treacher. AFRS WWII (muddy sound 2nd half)

MIRANDA, CARMEN
The Big Show w/ J. Durante, R. Harrison. NBC 3/25/51 (90 minutes)
Command Performance (#160) w/ G. DeHaven, J. Carson, B. Crosby, E. Arnold.
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Elgin 2-hr Xmas Party (see Ameche, Don for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
Ford Show (D. Shore) CBS 4/2/47
Fred Allen Show NBC 3/10/46
Hello, Americans (O. Welles) CBS 11/15/42 (premiere)
Lux Radio Theatre “Springtime in the Rockies” w/ B. Grable, D. Powell. CBS 5/22/44 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ T. Brenneman, J. Durante, A. Treacher, G. Austin. Blue 1/21/45 (1 hr.)

MITCHELL, CAMERON
Crime Does Not Pay “A Piece of Rope” Syndicated 1949
Lux Radio Theatre “The Corn is Green” w/ C. Colbert. AFRS 5/17/54 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Lux Radio Theatre “Wuthering Heights” w/ M. Oberon. NBC 9/14/54 (1 hr.)

MITCHELL, MILLARD
Hollywood Calling (seris #40) (George Fisher) w/ J. Peters, B. Davis, R. Fleming. Synd. c.1952

MITCHELL, THOMAS
Hollywood Salutes Shakespeare “Julius Caesar” w/ C. Rains, W. Abel, R. Denny. CBS 7/26/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Clarence” w/ B. Burns, G. Patrick. 1/24/38
“Only Angels Have Wings” w/ J. Arthur, C. Grant, R. Hayworth, R. Barthelmess. 5/29/39
“Only Angels Have Wings” (dress rehearsal of above)
“Our Town” w/ F. Craven, W. Holden, M. Scott, F. Bainter, B. Bondi, G. Kibbee, S. Erwin. 5/6/40
“Dark Waters” w/ M. Oberon, P. Foster. 11/27/44
“Casanova Brown” w/ G. Cooper, J. Bennett. 12/11/44
Silver Theatre “Census 1940” w/ E. Best. CBS 4/21/40
Suspense “The Case History of Edgar Lowndes” w/ D. Crisp. CBS 6/8/44
Suspense “John Barbey and Son” CBS 2/22/45
Theatre Guild “Alice Adams” w/ J. Garland. ABC 11/5/50 (1 hr.) (clipped opening)

MITCHUM, ROBERT
Radio Reader’s Digest “We Expected You at Dakar” CBS 2/27/47
Suspense “Death at Live Oak” CBS 5/15/47
Suspense “Crossfire” w/ R. Young, R. Ryan, S. Levene. CBS 4/10/48 (1 hr.)

MONROE, MARILYN
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Kitty” w/ P. Goddard, P. Knowles. (M.M. is intermission guest) CBS 2/24/47 (1 hr.)
Martin & Lewis Show w/ D. Martin, J. Lewis. NBC 2/24/53

MONROE, VAUGHN
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, F. Allen. NBC 1/21/51 (90 min.)

MONTALBAN, RICARDO
Academy Awards (P. Douglas is mc) (R.M. sings nominated song) ABC 3/23/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)

MONTANA, MONTY
All-Star Western Theatre “The Bandit” w/ J. Cooper. 11/3/46

MONTGOMERY, DOUGLASS
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ H. Hopper. (D.M., H. Chandler & I. Claire in
“Saturday’s Children”) CBS 9/20/39 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (D.M. & F. Reed in “Double Door”) CBS 3/27/40 (1 hr.)

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT
Academy Awards (R.M. is mc) ABC 3/24/49 (1 hr. 20 min.)
Burns & Allen Show NBC 4/7/49
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
The Doctor Fights NBC 6/19/45
Good News of 1938 and Good News of 1939 (NBC, 1 hour each):
3/10/38 w/ R. Taylor, V. Bruce, R. Johnson.
3/24/38 w/ F. Morgan, R. Johnson, L. Stone, M. Rooney.
5/28/38 w/ R. Young, V. Bruce, U. Merkel, G. Kahn.
2/16/39 w/ R. Young, J. Marsh, M. Korjus.
3/16/39 w/ R. Young, J.M. Kerrigan. (1 disc missing)
4/27/39 w/ R. Young, E. Cantor, (L. Barrymore birthday tribute).
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “We Were Dancing” w/ B. Barnes, A. Menjou. CBS 10/29/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “My Favorite Wife” w/ I. Dunne. CBS 3/23/41
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “My Client Curley” w/ T. Donaldson. 2/4/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Grand Duchess and the Waiter” w/ E. Landi, G. Lockhart. 12/7/36
“Beau Brummel” w/ M. Evans, L.G. Carroll. 7/5/37
“A Star is Born” w/ J. Gaynor, M. Robson, L. Stander. 9/13/37
“The 39 Steps” w/ I. Lupino, I. Jewell, G. Lockhart. 12/13/37
“Count of Monte Cristo” w/ J. Hutchinson, L. Stone, L. Nolan, P. Lukas 2/6/39
“The Unguarded Hour” w/ L. Day, Roland Young. 12/4/44
“Ride the Pink Horse” w/ W. Hendrix, T. Gomez. 12/8/47
“Lady in the Lake” w/ A. Totter. 2/9/48
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” (A. Hitchcock, director) NBC 1/30/49
Silver Theatre “Expert Opinion” CBS 4/16/39
Silver Theatre “The Villain Still Pursues Her” w/ H. Wood, H. Brandon. 4/23/39
Suspense (CBS):
“The Lodger” 12/14/44
“The Black Curtain” 1/3/48 (1 hr.)
“The Kandy Tooth” w/ H. Duff. (R.M. is host) 1/10/48 (1 hr.)
“Love’s Lovely Counterfeit” w/ J. Cagney. (R.M. is host) 1/17/48 (1 hr.)
“The Lodger” 2/14/48 (1 hr.)
“In a Lonely Place” 3/6/48 (1 hr.)
“Night Must Fall” w/ M. Whitty, H. Angel, R. Ney. 3/27/48 (1 hr.)
“The Thing in the Window” 1/27/49
Then & Now (R.M. & C. Bennett in scene from GWTW) NBC 9/17/36

MOORE, DICKIE
Lux Radio Theatre “The Arkansas Traveler” w/ B. Burns, F. Bainter, J. Parker. CBS 1/30/39 (1 hr.)

MOORE, GARRY
Command Performance (#202) w/ J. Durante, Andrews Sisters. AFRS 1945
Jimmy Durante Show 12/31/47
Mail Call (#120) w/ B. Crosby, P. Ryan, Andrews Sisters, R. Stevens. AFRS
Mail Call (#126) w/ A. Rutherford, L. Horne, King Sisters, J. Mercer. AFRS
Radio Hall of Fame w/ F. Brice. Blue 1/9/44 (1 hr.)

MOORE, GRACE
Bell Telephone Hour (#29) AFRS c.1944
Bell Telephone Hour (#35) AFRS c.1944
Lux Radio Theatre “Madame Butterfly” w/ C. Grant. CBS 3/8/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Enter Madame” w/ B. Rathbone, S. Lynn, W. Frawley. CBS 1/10/38 (1 hr.)

MOORE, TERRY
Bob Hope Show w/ B.Crosby. AFRS
Family Theatre “Song of Roland” w/ J. Chandler. T.M. is host. MBS 9/7/49
Lux Radio Theatre (AFRS, 1 hour each):
“14 Hours” w/ P. Douglas. 3/23/53
“Our Very Own” w/ R. Wanger, Joan Evans. 9/28/53
“Pickup on South Street” w/ T. Ritter, S. McNally. 6/21/54
“The Walls of Jericho” w/ C. Wilde. 3/8/55

MOORE, VICTOR
Fleischman Hour w/ R. Vallee, D. King, Howard & Shelton. NBC 3/14/35 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
GI Journal (#73) w/ O. Welles, F. McKenzie. AFRS
Hallmark Playhouse “Old Man Minnick” CBS 12/2/48
Jack Benny Program w/ F. Capra. NBC 2/2/47
Jack Benny Program w/ H.V. Kaltenborn. NBC 2/9/47
Jack Benny Program NBC 12/17/47
Jack Benny Program w/ B. Hope. NBC 1/7/48
Jimmy Durante Show (NBC, 30 minutes):
10/22/47 12/17/47
11/26/47 1/7/48
“Men in Beauty Parlors” 6/14/48 (no commercials)
Kraft Music Hall w/ A. Jolson. NBC 4/29/48
Lux Radio Theatre “It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ J. Stewart, D. Reed. AFRS 3/10/47 (1 hour)
Lux Radio Theatre “It Happened on 5th Avenue” w/ C. Ruggles, G. Storm. CBS 5/19/47 (1 hour)
Orson Welles Almanac w/ King Cole Trio. 3/1/44
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ W. Gaxton. NBC 6/27/43 (no commercials)
Paul Whiteman Presents w/D. Shore, W. Frawley, W. Gaxton. NBC 8/22/43
Stars in the Air “It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ J. Stewart. 12/51
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 4/15/42 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Springtime for Henry” CBS 2/27/45
Victory Theatre “Amos ‘n’ Andy” w/ E. Arnold. CBS 8/26/42

MOOREHEAD, AGNES
Cavalcade of America “Nancy Hanks” NBC 5/7/40
Cavalcade of America “City of Illusion” NBC 9/15/41
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Rebecca” w/ J. Fontaine, B. Aherne. CBS 5/31/43
Mayor of the Town “Mrs. Blair’s Chair” w/ L. Barrymore. CBS 7/46 (no ads)
Mayor of the Town “Sewing Circle Spring Cantata” w/ L. Barrymore. CBS 6/2/48 (no commercials)
Mercury Theatre “Dracula” w/ O. Welles. CBS 7/11/38 (first show) (1 hr.)
Mercury Theatre “Treasure Island” w/ O. Welles. CBS 7/18/38 (1 hr.)
Mercury Theatre “Abraham Lincoln” w/ O. Welles. CBS 8/15/38(1 hr.)
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes):
“The Diary of Sophonia Winters” 4/27/43
“Sorry, Wrong Number” 5/25/43
“Uncle Henry’s Rosebush” 6/29/43
“Sorry, Wrong Number” 8/21/43
“Sorry, Wrong Number” 2/24/44
“The Diary of Sophonia Winters” 8/17/44
“Sorry, Wrong Number” 9/6/45
“Post Mortem” 4/4/46
“The 13th Sound” w/ B. Johnstone. 2/13/47
“The Yellow Wallpaper” 7/29/48
“Sorry, Wrong Number” 11/18/48
“The Trap” 6/16/49 (good-minus quality)
“The Chain” 4/27/50
“The Death Parade” 2/15/51
“The Evil of Adelaide Winters” 9/10/51
“Death and Mrs. Turner” 11/12/52
“The Signalman” 3/23/53
“The Empty Chair” 9/21/53
“The Wreck of the Maid of Athens” 11/30/53
“Weekend Special: Death” 5/24/54
“Death and Mrs. Turner” 5/19/57
“The Yellow Wallpaper” 6/30/57
“The Chain” 3/9/58
“The Whole Town’s Sleeping” 8/31/58
“Don’t Call Me Mother” AFRS (CBS) 1/4/59
“Headshrinker” 8/23/59
“Sorry, Wrong Number” 2/14/60
This is My Best “Master of Ballantrae” w/ O. Welles. CBS 4/10/45

MORAN, GEORGE
30 Minutes in Hollywood w/ G. Jessel, Smith & Dale. Mutual 2/27/38

MORAN, POLLY
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, G. Raft, W. Hymer, B. Burns. 4/2/39

MORGAN, DENNIS
Cavalcade of America “Soldiers of the Tide” NBC 1/18/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Thank Your Lucky Stars” w/ E. Cantor, D. Shore. CBS 9/27/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Desert Song” w/ F. White, B. Cabot. CBS 5/21/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Kitty Foyle” w/ G. Rogers, J. Craig. 5/5/41
“The Vagabond King” w/ K. Grayson, J.C. Naish. 12/25/44
“Swanee River” w/ A. Jolson, F. Gifford. 3/12/45
“This Woman is Dangerous” w/ V. Mayo. AFRS 3/16/53

MORGAN, FRANK (send SASE for Good News listing)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore. NBC 9/13/45
Cavalcade of America “Names on the Land” NBC 12/24/45
Command Performance (#155) “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast) AFRS 2/15/44 (1 hr.)
Command Performance (#159) w/ F. Sinatra, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII
Fabulous Dr. Tweedy NBC 3/5/47 (10 minute excerpt)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Shop Around the Corner” w/ M. Sullavan, J. Stewart. CBS 9/29/40
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Pied Piper” w/ R. McDowall, A. Baxter, R. Morgan. 12/21/42
“The Pied Piper” w/ M. O’Brien, S. Hasso. 11/6/44
“The Devil and Miss Jones” w/ L. Darnell, G. Oliver. 3/12/45
Mail Call (#137) w/ Burns & Allen, H. Marx, R. Hayworth. AFRS

MORGAN, HELEN
Campbell Playhouse “Show Boat” w/ M. Sullavan, O. Welles. CBS 3/31/39 (1 hr)
Let’s Have Fun 10/22/35 (1 hr.) (only broadcast)

MORGAN, HENRY (send SASE for Henry Morgan Show and Here’s Morgan listings)
Fred Allen Show NBC 5/2/48
Fred Allen 12/5/48
Fred Allen Show AFRS 2/27/49
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 5/20/48
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Soldiers With Wings w/ J. Falkenberg, R. Dix. NBC & Blue 8/24/44
Suspense “Dream Song” CBS 11/6/47

MORGAN, MICHELE
Hollywood Calling (series #14) (George Fisher) w/ G. O’Brien, C. McGraw, Y. DeCarlo. Synd. c.1950
Suspense “Portrait Without a Face” w/ P. Dorn. CBS 3/2/44

MORGAN, PAULA
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Captain from Castile” w/ D. Fairbanks, jr. NBC 5/3/51 (1 hr.)

MORGAN, RALPH
Good News of 1939 w/ C. Gable, L. Barrymore. NBC 10/27/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, R. Hussey. NBC 11/3/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Romance” w/ M. Carroll, H. Marshall. CBS 2/21/38 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Pied Piper” w/ F. Morgan, A. Baxter, R. McDowall. CBS 12/21/42 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Life Ends at Midnight” w/ F. Bainter. CBS 2/17/44
Theatre Guild “Morning’s at Seven” w/ S. Erwin, S. Booth, A. MacMahon. ABC 11/25/45 (1 hr.)

MORISON, PATRICIA
Federal Theatre Project (see W. Abel for cast) NBC 6/26/39

MORLEY, KAREN
Lux Radio Theatre “Sorrell and Son” w/ H. Marshall, R. Carlson. 1/1/40 (1 hr.)

MORRIS, CHESTER
Front Line Theatre “Someone Suitable” w/ K.T. Stevens.
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ E. Waters. NBC 5/1/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Great Man’s Lady” w/ B. Stanwyck, J. Cotten. 6/28/43
“Flight for Freedom” w/ R. Russell, G. Brent. 9/20/43
“The Navy Comes Through” w/ P. O’Brien, R. Warrick. 11/29/43
“The Hard Way” w/ M. Hopkins, F. Tone, A. Baxter. 3/20/44
“Coney Island” w/ A. Ladd, D. Lamour. 4/17/44
Memoirs of the Movies “The Megaphone Men” (C.M. narrates) 1959 (1970 rebr.)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ H. Broderick, H. Hilliard. NBC 11/2/35 (1 hr.) (good minus)
Silver Theatre “The Man From Medicine Bow” w/ G. Farrell. CBS 4/9/39
Stars on Parade (#526) “Man at Work” Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)
Suspense “Strange Death of Martin Fitzroy” CBS 11/28/46 (hollow sound)

MORRIS, WAYNE
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “My Reputation” w/ A. Smith. CBS 7/7/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Kid Galahad” w/ E.G. Robinson, J. Bennett, A. Leeds. CBS 12/19/38 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Giuseppe and the Sergeant” CBS 12/11/47
Theatre of Romance “Kid Galahad” w/ C. Trevor. CBS 1/22/46

MORSE, ELLA MAE
Command Performance (#182) w/ B. Crosby, T. Dorsey. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#98) w/ J. Blondell, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII

MOWBRAY, ALAN
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. (A.M. is host) Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Family Theatre “The Legacy” w/ M. Lindsay, R. Fleming. A.M. is host. MBS 5/18/49
Lux Radio Theatre “The Curtain Rises” w/ G. Rogers, W. William. CBS 10/12/36 (1 hr.)
NBC Theatre “The Ministry of Fear” NBC c. 1950 (1 hr.)

MUNCHIN, JULES
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)

MUNI, PAUL
Academy Award “The Life of Louis Pasteur” CBS 4/13/46
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Bridge of Mercy” w/ J. Hutchinson, L. Atwill. CBS 3/5/39
Lux Radio Theatre “The Story of Louis Pasteur” w/ F. Leiber. 11/23/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Life of Emile Zola” w/ J. Hutchinson. CBS 5/8/39 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “The Master Swindle” CBS 1/1/48
Studio One “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” CBS 1/20/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Search for Henri LeFevre” CBS 7/6/44

MUNSEL, PATRICE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Cantor. NBC 1/21/51 (90 min.)

MUNSON, ONA
Cavalcade of America “The Sailor Takes a Wife” w/ D. Powell. NBC 1/31/44

MURPHY, AUDIE
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
USO Farewell Pgm. (D. Fairbanks, jr. is mc.) w/ all-star cast. NBC 1/11/48

MURPHY, GEORGE (send SASE for Gulf Screen Guild Show Jan-April 1939 listing)
Academy Awards w/ J. Benny (mc) 3/2/44 (55 min.)
Bing Crosby Show NBC 9/23/43
Bing Crosby Show NBC 1/13/44
Cavalcade of America “Terrance O’Toole, M.P.” NBC 1/17/44
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, B. Ebsen, E. Powell, J. Garland, S. Tucker, A. Jones, J. MacDonald.
NBC 11/4/37 (1 hr.) (first program)
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Ayres, L. Barrymore, M. O’Sullivan, R. Young. NBC 11/10/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ 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
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ J. Bennett. NBC 10/23/41 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 3/9/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Devil and Miss Jones” w/ L. Day, C. Coburn. CBS 6/7/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Going My Way” w/ B. Crosby, B. Fitzgerald. CBS 1/8/45
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Lightnin’” w/ F. Bates, B. Britton, H. Davenport. CBS 6/3/46 (no
opening)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Cynthia” w/ E. Taylor, M. Astor. 6/23/37
“Tom, Dick, and Harry” w/ G. Rogers, B. Meredith, A. Marshal. CBS 9/8/41
“Tom, Dick, and Harry” w/ G. Rogers, B. Meredith, A. Marshal. AFRS 9/8/41
“The Navy Comes Through” w/ P. O’Brien, R. Hussey. 5/3/43
Radio Reader’s Digest “The Case of the Dormitory Theft” CBS 2/5/48
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ B. Burns, G. DeHaven. Blue 12/14/44 (1 hr.) (muddy sound
2nd half)
Suspense “Death on Highway 99” CBS 10/4/45
Suspense “The Death of Me” CBS 5/26/52

MURRAY, BILLY
National Barn Dance NBC 9/21/40 (1 hr.)
National Barn Dance NBC 3/28/42 (1 hr.)
National Barn Dance NBC 8/42 (30 minutes)

MURRAY, CHARLIE
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ G. Sidney, L. Wiley, J. Blondell. CBS 7/13/35 (1 hr.)

MURRAY, KEN (send SASE for Texaco Star Theatre listing)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Ferrer, M. O’Brien, G. Swanson. NBC 12/31/50 (90 min.)
Hollywood Calling (series #6) (George Fisher) w/ G. Langan, A. Jenkins, C. Downs. Synd. c.1949
Let’s Have Fun w/ H. Morgan. 10/22/35 (1 hr.) (only broadcast)

MURRAY, MAE
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” (A. Pringle, narrator) 1959
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ W. Connolly. CBS 12/6/39 (1 hr.)

MYERS, CARMEL
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ L. Barrymore. CBS 8/17/35 (1 hr.)

 

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

 

NOTEDNAGEL, CONRAD (send SASE for Silver Theatre listing)
Cavalcade of America “My Hunt After the Capt.” 3/14/49
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ A. Faye, F. LaGuardia. NBC 11/2/33 (incomplete: 30 min. only)
Proudly We Hail (AFRS, 30 minutes)
“The Wanderer” 9/30/51
“The Desert’s Edge” 10/7/51
“A Matter of Time” 1/6/52
“Passage to Bombay” 1/13/52

NAISH, J. CARROLL
Family Theatre “Laughing Into Glory” w/ V. Price. J.C.N. is host. MBS 6/12/47
Hollywood Calling (series #25) (George Fisher) w/ M. Freeman, C. Wilde, J. McCrea. Synd. c.1951
Kraft Music Hall w/ B. Crosby. 3/20/41 (1 hr.) (slightly clipped opening)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Algiers” w/ C. Boyer, L. Young, I. Jewell. 12/14/42
“Five Graves to Cairo” w/ F. Tone, A. Baxter, O. Preminger. 12/13/43
“The Vagabond King” w/ D. Morgan, K. Grayson. 12/25/44
“A Medal for Benny” w/ D. Lamour. AFRS 10/15/45
“Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima” w/ C. Whitney. AFRS 3/30/53
Suspense “The Most Dangerous Game” w/ J. Cotten. CBS 2/1/45
Suspense “Footfalls” CBS 7/12/45
Suspense “Treasure Chest of Don Jose” CBS 2/4/52

NALDI, NITA
Memoirs of the Movies “Nuts Among the Oranges” F.X. Bushman, narrator. 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” A. Pringle, narrator. 1959

NASH, CLARENCE (Donald Duck)
Bob Smith Show WNBC, NY 8/25/47
Charlie McCarthy Show “Fun and Fancy Free” preview. NBC 9/21/47

NATWICK, MILDRED
Campbell Playhouse “Rebecca” w/ O. Welles, M. Sullavan. CBS 12/9/38 (1 hr.) (good minus quality)
Mercury Theatre “Heart of Darkness”/”Life with Father” w/ O. Welles. CBS 11/6/38 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Furnished Floor” w/ D. DeFore. CBS 9/13/45 (only fair-good quality)
Theatre Guild “Blithe Spirit” w/ C. Webb, L. Corbett. ABC 2/23/47 (1 hr.)

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

NEAL, PATRICIA
Hollywood Calling (series #3) (George Fisher) w/ Robt. Livingston, C. Wright, jr., J. Dunn. Syud. 1949
Lux Radio Theatre “John Loves Mary” w/ R. Reagan. CBS 6/19/50 (1 hr.)

NELSON, OZZIE
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (ABC, 30 minutes each):
“Too Much Curiosity” 11/21/48
“Sensible Christmas Presents” 12/19/48
“Boys Idolize Sports Heroes” 1/9/49
“Rover Boys Argument” 3/20/49
“Baseball Team” 4/18/52
“Honest Ozzie” 4/25/5
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore, H. Hilliard. NBC 2/28/46
Command Performance (#214) w/ G. Rogers, B. Ives, H. Hilliard. AFRS WWII
Family Theatre “Good-bye, Good-bye, Good-bye” w/ H. Hilliard. MBS 6/5/47
Jack Benny Program w/ H. Hilliard Nelson. CBS 3/27/49
Mail Call (#129) w/ J. Allyson, D. Thomas, Riders of the Purple Sage, H. Hilliard.
Suspense “Too Little to Live On” w/ H. Hilliard. CBS 12/26/47
Suspense “Mr. Diogenes” w/ H. Hilliard. CBS 1/26/50

NESBIT, JOHN
Cavalcade of America “The Immortal Blacksmith” 9/24/49
John Charles Thomas Show AFRS 1/7/46

NEY, RICHARD
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “My Favorite Wife” w/ G. Garson. CBS 11/12/45
Radio Reader’s Digest “Nathan Hale” CBS 4/10/47
Suspense “The Man Who Liked Dickens” w/ J. Kearns. CBS 10/9/47
Suspense “Night Must Fall” w/ R. Montgomery, H. Angel, M. Whitty. CBS 3/27/48 (1 hr.)

NICHOLAS BROTHERS
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see Benchley, Robert for cast) 10/8/44
(2 hr. 15 min.)

NIVEN, DAVID
Bing Crosby Show w/ T. Brewer. CBS 5/14/52
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS unless noted, 1 hour each):
“Cavalcade” w/ H. Marshall, M. Carroll, U. O’Connor. 12/28/36
“The Gilded Lily” w/ C. Colbert, F. MacMurray. 1/11/37
“My Man Godfrey” w/ W. Powell, C. Lombard, G. Patrick, M. Auer. 5/9/38 (no closing)
“The Sisters” w/ I. Dunne, G. Gordon. 10/9/39
“Frenchman’s Creek” w/ J. Fontaine. AFRS 2/10/47
“Stairway to Heaven” w/ B. Rush. NBC 4/12/55
Suspense “Grand Theft” CBS 4/5/54

NOBLE, RAY
The Magic Key w/ G. Lombardo, F. MacMurray, J. Bennett. NBC 2/9/36 (1 hr.)

NOLAN, LLOYD
Famly Theatre “The Hidden Heart” w/ Jeanne Cagney. L.N. is host. MBS 6/1/49
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Destry Rides Again” w/ H. Fonda, P. Goddard, W. Brennan. CBS 2/2/41
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ E.G. Robinson, C. Trevor. CBS 6/5/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Count of Monte Cristo” w/ R. Montgomery, J. Hutchinson, L., Stone, P. Lukas. 2/6/39
“Guadalcanal Diary” w/ P. Foster, W. Bendix. 2/28/44
“Guadalcanal Diary” w/ P. Foster, W. Bendix. 2/28/44 (dress rehearsal)
“Street with No Name” w/ R. Widmark, M. Stevens. 1/31/49
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Heart’s Desire” 3/22/45
“Murder for Myra” 8/9/45
“19 Deacon Street” 11/22/45
“Hunting Trip” w/ V. Price. 9/12/46
“Double Ugly” 8/28/47
“The Man with Two Faces” 12/15/52
“The Green-Eyed Monster” 4/17/57
Theatre of Romance “The Valiant” CBS 6/12/45
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) (7th War Loan Drive) WNEW, NY (3 hours)

NORMAN, LUCILLE
Railroad Hour w/ G. MacRae, D. Kirsten. NBC 1/19/53
Railroad Hour w/ G. MacRae. NBC 3/2/53

NORVO, RED
Paul Whiteman’s Musical Varieties NBC 3/8/36 (45 min.)

NUGENT, ELLIOTT
Lux Radio Theatre “Dulcy” w/ Burns & Allen, N. Lee, H. Lindsay. 3/29/37 (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Day the Screen Screamed” J. Schildkraut, narr. 1959

 

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

 

O’BRIEN, EDMOND (send SASE for Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar listing)
Family Theatre “Robin Hood” MBS 7/27/49
Hallmark Playhouse “O’Halloran’s Luck” CBS 10/28/48
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Canterville Ghost” w/ C. Laughton, M. O’Brien. 6/18/45
“The Canterville Ghost” w/ C. Laughton, M. O’Brien. 6/18/45 (dress rehearsal)
“Amazing Mrs. Holliday” w/ G. Tierney, W. Brennan. AFRS 3/4/46
“Key Largo” w/ E.G. Robinson, C. Trevor. 11/28/49
“The Star” w/ I. Lupino. 4/19/54 (no opening or closing)
“Treasure of the Sierra Madre” w/ W. Brennan. AFRS 2/15/55
NBC Theatre “Henry Esmond” NBC c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Nightbeat “The Elevator Caper” 1949, audition
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Big Lift” w/ P. Douglas. NBC 1/18/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Argyle Album” CBS 9/4/47
Suspense “Blind Spot” CBS 5/1/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Muddy Tracks” w/ A. Blyth. CBS 11/11/48
Suspense “Ordeal in Donner Pass” CBS 11/2/53

O’BRIEN, GEORGE
Hollywood Calling (series #14) (George Fisher) w/ C. McGraw, Y. DeCarlo, M. Morgan. Synd. c.1950
Whatever Became of . . . ? 4/6/71
Whatever Became of . . . ? 4/13/71

O’BRIEN, MARGARET
Academy Award Theater “Lost Angel” 12/18/46
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, R. Merrill, E. Wynn. NBC 12/24/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Ferrer, G. Swanson, K. Murray. NBC 12/31/50 (90 min.)
Camel Screen Guild Players “Snow White” w/ J. Durante. CBS 6/7/48
Cavalcade of America “Juliet in Pigtails” NBC 10/24/50
Family Theatre “Blessed Are They” MBS 12/22/48
Hollywood Star Theater “Promise of Murder” NBC 9/10/49 (M. O’B. is host)
Jimmy Durante Show NBC 12/24/47
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Journey for Margaret” w/ R. Young. 4/5/43
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Lost Angel” w/ J. Craig, M. Hunt, K. Wynn. 6/19/44
“The Pied Piper” w/ F. Morgan, S. Hasso. 11/6/44
“The Canterville Ghost” w/ C. Laughton. E. O’Brien. 6/18/45
“The Canterville Ghost” w/ C. Laughton, E. O’Brien. 6/18/45 (dress rehearsal)
“Captain January” w/ L. Barrymore. AFRS 2/18/46
“Music for Millions” w/ J. Durante, J. Iturbi. AFRS 5/27/46
“Our Vines Have Tender Grapes” w/ F. Gifford. 9/12/46
“Meet Me in St. Louis” w/ J. Garland, T. Drake. 12/1/46
“Meet Me in St. Louis” w/ J. Garland, T. Drake. 12/1/46 (dress rehearsal)
“Three Wise Fools” w/ L. Barrymore, E. Arnold, L. Stone. 9/1/47
“Bad Bascomb” w/ W. Beery. 3/1/48
“Little Women” w/ J. Allyson, P. Lawford. AFRS 3/13/50
Mail Call (#143) w/ B. Hope, C. Gable, M. Whitty. AFRS
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) ABC 3/17/48
Suspense “The Cricket” w/ Dame M. Whitty. CBS 3/15/45
Suspense “The Screaming Woman” CBS 11/25/48

O’BRIEN, PAT
Academy Award “The Front Page” w/ A. Menjou. CBS 6/22/46
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Celebrity Club (M. Whiting0 CBS 3/9/46
Family Theatre “A Daddy for Xmas” w/ B. Driscoll. MBS 12/15/48
Family Theatre “The Big One” w/ D. Wayne. Syndicated c.1950
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ B. Burns. NBC 6/12/41 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Alias Jimmy Valentine” w/ M. Evans, A. Jenkins, W. Frawley. 11/9/36
“Angels with Dirty Faces” w/ J. Cagney, J. Bryan. 5/22/39
“Angels with Dirty Faces” w/ J. Cagney, J. Bryan. 5/22/39 (dress rehearsal)
“Till We Meet Again” w/ M. Oberon, G. Brent, M. Clarke. 6/10/40
“Knute Rockne–All-American” w/ R. Reagan, D. Crisp, F. Wray. 12/2/40
“The Fighting 69th” w/ R. Preston, R. Bellamy. 4/6/42
“The Navy Comes Through” w/ R. Hussey, G. Murphy. 5/3/43
“The Navy Comes Through” w/ R. Warrick, C. Morris. 11/29/43
“His Butler’s Sister” w/ D. Durbin, R. Paige. 2/7/44
“Grissley’s Millions” w/ L. Bari. 3/19/45
“Crack Up” w/ L. Bari. 12/30/46
Suspense “Dead Ernest” CBS 3/24/49
Suspense “True Report” CBS 8/31/50

O’BRIEN, VIRGINIA
Mail Call (#125) w/ D. Shore, M. Woolley, J. Durante. AFRS

O’CONNELL, HELEN
Bing Crosby Show 1/23/52
Bing Crosby Show w/ the Bell Sisters. CBS 10/16/52
Radio Hall of Fame w/ J. Lester, J. Jones, C. Bickford. Blue 2/20/44 (1 hr.) (clipped opening)

O’CONNOR, DONALD
Bing Crosby Show NBC 2/2/44
Bing Crosby Show (#161) AFRS c. 1949
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/30/52
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 10/7/43
Suspense “Smiley” CBS 8/14/47

O’CONNOR, UNA
Lux Radio Theatre “Cavalcade” w/ H. Marshall, M. Carroll, D. Niven. CBS 12/28/36 (1 hr.)

O’DAY, ANITA
Command Performance (#154) AFRS WWII

O’DONNELL, CATHY
Family Theatre “The Scout” w/ E. Bracken. MBS 6/15/49

O’DRISCOLL, MARTHA
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ E. Cantor, G. Autry, J. Blondell. CBS 12/31/39

O’HARA, MAUREEN
Don Ameche Show 6/24/46 (audition program)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ W. Pidgeon, R. McDowall. AFRS 9/21/42
“Heaven Can Wait” w/ D. Ameche. 10/1/43
“The Fallen Sparrow” w/ R. Young, W. Slezak. 2/14/44
“Do You Love Me?” w/ D. Haymes, B. Sullivan. AFRS 12/23/46
“Miracle on 34th Street” w/ E. Gwenn, J. Payne. 12/22/47
“Slattery’s Hurricane” w/ R. Conte, V. Lake. 3/6/50
“Father Was a Fullback” w/ P. Douglas. 3/20/50
“Together Again” AFRS 5/10/55
Suspense “The White Rose Murders” CBS 7/6/43

O’KEEFE, DENNIS
Encore Theatre “Disputed Passage” w/ H. Cronyn. CBS 8/27/46
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, C. Parker, N. Pendleton, M. Korjus. NBC 1/12/39 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Weekend For Three” w/ L. Bari, H. Von Zell. CBS 9/2/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Destroyer” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Chapman. 4/3/44 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Tender Comrade” w/ O. DeHavilland, J. Duprez. 1/22/45 (1 hr.)
Suspense “X-Ray Camera” CBS 10/23/47
Suspense “Very Much Like a Nightmare” CBS 5/25/50

O’KEEFE, WALTER
Bing Crosby Show CBS 5/2/51
Radio Hall of Fame w/ B. Burns. Blue 12/19/43 (parts 1 & 3 of 4) (30 min.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ B. Meredith. NBC 2/11/37 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ E. Merman. NBC 5/20/37 (1 hr.)
Walter O’Keefe’s Almanac w/ M. Martin. 12/62 (15 min.)
Walter O’Keefe’s Almanac w/ Bing Crosby. 12/62 (15 min.)

O’NEIL, BARBARA
Lux Radio Theatre “Dodsworth” w/ W. Huston, N. Sunderland, B. Kent, P. deCordoba. 10/4/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Stella Dallas” w/ B. Stanwyck, J. Boles, A. Shirley. CBS 10/11/37 (1 hr.)

O’SHEA, MICHAEL
Cavalcade of America “Pharmacist’s Mate, lst Class” w/ A. Drake. NBC 5/24/43
Suspense “Photo Finish” CBS 7/18/46
Textron Theatre “Miss Rudebaker Takes Off” w/ H. Hayes. CBS 12/15/45

O’SULLIVAN, MAUREEN
Cavalcade of America “Sky Nursemaid” NBC 6/28/43
Encore Theatre “Now, Voyager” w/ G. Zucco. CBS 7/16/46
Family Theatre “Three Way Love” w/ J. Lund. MBS 5/29/47
Family Theatre “Once on a Golden Afternoon” w/ T. Conway. MBS 6/10/48 (M. O’S. is host)
Family Theatre “The Fountain of Youth” MBS 8/10/49
Family Theatre “Every Good Boy Does Fine” w/ R. Crenna. c. 1950
Family Theatre “The Juggler of Our Lady” w/ J. Haley. Mutual c. 1950
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, J. Benny, A. Jones. NBC 2/17/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, L. Barrymore, U. Merkel, L.B. Mayer. NBC 3/31/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Ayres, L. Barrymore, G. Murphy, R. Young. NBC 11/10/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Winter in Paris” w/ D. Ameche, W. William. CBS 3/3/40
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall w/ B. Crosby. 3/3/38 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Constant Nymph” w/ C. Boyer, A. Smith. (AFRS version–Front Line
Theatre) CBS 3/20/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Return of Peter Grimm” w/ L. Barrymore, E. Arnold, A. Ladd, P. Holden. 2/13/39
“Maisie Was a Lady” w/ A. Sothern, L. Ayres, H. Stephenson. 11/2/441
“The Constant Nymph” w/ C. Boyer, A. Smith. 1/10/44
“This Land is Mine” w/ C. Laughton, E. Barrier. 4/24/44
“Berkeley Square” w/ R. Colman. 12/18/44 (dress rehearsal) (no curtain call or closing)
“Berkeley Square” w/ R. Colman. 12/18/44
NBC University Theatre (NBC, 1 hour each):
“Heart of Midlothian” 2/27/49
“The Death of a Heart” 8/6/49
“Precious Bane” 9/3/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Big Clock” w/ R. Milland. (J. Farrow, director) NBC 7/8/49
Silver Theatre “Dear Victim” w/ H. Marshall. CBS 2/26/39
Suspense “The Black Shawl” w/ M. Whitty. CBS 7/27/44
This is Your Life (Charlie McCarthy) NBC 3/1/50

OAKIE, JACK
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ R. Pryor, M. Auer, B. Burke, J. Colonna. CBS 5/14/39
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Hello, Frisco, Hello” w/ G. Simms, D. Powell. CBS 4/3/44
Lux Radio Theatre “One Sunday Afternoon” w/ H. Twelvetrees, A. Hale. CBS 8/24/36 (1 hr.)
Oakie’s College w/ J. Garland, J. Penner. CBS c.1938

OBERON, MERLE
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Age of Innocence” w/ J. Payne. CBS 12/18/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Dark Angel” w/ H. Marshall, R. LaRocque. 6/22/36
“The Letter” w/ W. Huston, R. Forbes. 5/23/38
“Till We Meet Again” w/ G. Brent, P. O’Brien, M. Clarke. 6/10/40
“The Cowboy and the Lady” w/ G. Autry. 1/20/41
“Lydia” w/ E.M. Oliver, A. Marshal, J. Cotten, G. Reeves. 9/22/41
“Dark Waters” w/ P. Foster, T. Mitchell. 11/27/44
“Wuthering Heights” w/ C. Mitchell. NBC 9/14/54
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/43 (45 min.)
Suspense “The Blueboard of Bellac” CBS 9/21/44

OLDHAM, DEREK
Kraft Music Hall (P. Whiteman) w/ H. Jepson, J. Mercer. NBC 12/20/34 (1 hr.)

OLIVER, EDNA MAE
Campbell Playhouse “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd” w/ O. Welles. 11/12/39 (1 hr)
Lux Radio Theatre “Lydia” w/ M. Oberon, A. Marshal, J. Cotten, G. Reeves. CBS 9/22/41 (1 hr.)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 8/7/41 (dress rehearsal)

OLIVIER, LAURENCE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, V. Leigh, G. Sanders, B. Lillie. NBC 9/30/51
from England (first 55 min. of 90 min. show only)
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “Beau Geste” w/ O. Welles. 3/17/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Goodbye, Mr. Chips” w/ E. Best, A. Napier. 11/20/39
“My Favorite Wife” w/ R. Russell, G. Patrick. 12/9/40
“Rebecca” w/ V. Leigh. 11/6/50 (no commercials)

OLSEN, OLE and JOHNSON, CHIC
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ Paul Kelly, M. Woolley, J. Haley. NBC 2/25/51 (90 min.)
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore. NBC 7/25/43

OLSON, NANCY
Dimension X “Hello, Tomorrow” NBC 9/15/50
Lux Radio Theatre “Union Station” w/ W. Holden. AFRS 4/7/52 (1 hr.)

OUR GANG
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) w/ G. Edwards. MBS 2/6/38

OWEN, REGINALD
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, L. Barrymore, G. & K. Lockhart, A. Rutherford. NBC 12/15/38 (1 hr.)

 

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