Performers P-R

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

PAAR, JACK
Jack Benny Program w/ F. Allen. NBC 5/25/47

PAGE, PATTI
Bing Crosby Show w/ B. Hope. 1/16/52
Bing Crosby Show w/ B. Hope. 1/30/52
Bing Crosby Show w/ Mills Brothers. 2/20/52

PAGET, DEBRA
Lux Radio Theatre (AFRS, 1 hour each):
“I’ll Never Forget You” w/ T. Power. 9/22/52
“Les Miserables” w/ R. Colman. 12/22/52
“Deadline, U.S.A.” w/ D. Dailey. AFRS 4/20/53

PAGE, GALE
Suspense “Death Flies Blind” w/ R. Dix, M. Love. CBS 5/4/43

PAIGE, JANIS
Theatre of Romance “42nd Street” w/ R. Alda. CBS 10/23/45

PALMER, LILLI
The Big Show w/ J. Durante, R. Harrison. NBC 3/25/51 (90 min.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Brief Encounter” w/ H. Marshall. CBS 5/12/47
Suspense “Philomel Cottage” CBS 12/26/46
Theatre Guild “An Ideal Husband” w/ R. Harrison. NBC 3/30/52 (1 hr.)

PANGBORN, FRANKLIN
Mail Call (#133) w/ F. Langford, J. Carson, H. Marshall. AFRS WWII

PARKER, CECILIA
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ M. Rooney, F. Holden, L. Stone, A. Rutherford, R. Young. NBC 11/24/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, N. Pendleton, D. O’Keefe, M. Korjus. NBC 1/12/39 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ M. Rooney, F. Holden, L. Stone, A. Rutherford, R. Young. NBC 4/20/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Plutocrat” w/ W. Beery, C.K. Young, E. Linden, M. Rambeau. CBS 9/8/36 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#103) w/ N. Shearer, J. Carson, N. Eddy, A. Rutherford. AFRS

PARKER, ELEANOR
Hollywood Calling (series #17) (George Fisher) w/ B. Tyler, C. Laughton, G. Storm. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Calling (series #26) (George Fisher) w/ H. Emerson, W. Holden, B. Stanwyck. Synd. c.1951
Lux Radio Theatre “Pride of the Marines” w/ J. Garfield, D. Clark. CBS 12/31/45 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Detective Story” w/ K. Douglas. 4/26/54 (1 hr.) (no opening)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Next Time We Love” w/ J. Stewart. 3/29/51 (1 hr.)

PARKER, FRANK
Amos ‘n’ Andy NBC 12/6/36 (minstrel show) (15 min.)
Good News of 1940 w/ R. Colman, I. Lupino. NBC 2/8/40 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre w/ J. Barrymore, U. Merkel, C. Ruggles. CBS 12/7/38 (1 hr.)

PARKER, JEAN
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Mr. Jinx Goes to Sea” w/ B. Crosby, A. Devine. CBS 12/10/39
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Arkansas Traveler” w/ B. Burns, F. Bainter, D. Moore. 1/30/39
“Lady for a Day” w/ M. Robson, W. William, G. Kibbee. 5/1/39
“The Rains Came” w/ K. Francis, G. Brent, J. Ameche. 3/18/40

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

PARSONS, LOUELLA
Fred Allen Texaco Star Theater 12/10/41
GI Journal (#74) w/ B. Hope, Andrews Sisters, D. Lamour, M. Blanc. AFRS
Hollywood Hotel (D. Powell) w/ C. Colbert, W. William, El Brendel. “Imitation of Life” preview. CBS
10/4/34 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality) (first show)
Hollywood Hotel (D. Powell) w/ S. Henie, A. Menjou, A. Judge, Ritz Brothers. “One in a Million”
preview. CBS 12/18/36 (1 hr.)
Hollywood Hotel “A Star is Born” preview w/ F. MacMurray, J. Gaynor, F. March. CBS 4/30/37 (1 hr.)
Louella Parsons (guest: I. Dunne) 3/7/48

PATERSON, PAT
Lux Radio Theatre “Disraeli” w/ G. Arliss, F. Arliss. CBS 1/17/38 (1 hr.) (slightly clipped opening)

PATRICK, GAIL
Kraft Music Hall NBC 5/27/37 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Belle of the Yukon” w/ R. Scott, D. Shore, B. Burns. CBS 2/12/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Clarence” w/ B. Burns, T. Mitchell. 1/24/38
“Mad About Music” w/ D. Durbin, H. Marshall, W. Frawley. 4/18/38
“Broadway Bill” w/ R. Taylor, F. Dee, R. Walburn. 4/24/39
“My Favorite Wife” w/ L. Olivier, R. Russell. 12/9/40
“Wife, Husband, and Friend” w/ G. Brent, P. Lane. 4/28/41
“The Jazz Singer” w/ A. Jolson. 6/2/47

PATTERSON, LUANA
Hallmark Playhouse “Captain January” w/ L. Barrymore. CBS 9/23/48

PAUL, LES
Bing Crosby Show w/ Mary Ford, J. Garland. CBS 3/21/51
Elgin 2-hr. Xmas Party (see Ameche, Don for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
Mail Call (#132) w/ D.Shore, King Cole Trio, J. Benny, D. Kaye, D. Lamour. AFRS
Mail Call (#188) w/ G. Marx, K. Baker, K. Grayson. AFRS
Mail Call (#328) w/ F. Gifford, Bergen & McCarthy, T. Bankhead. AFRS WWII
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) w/ Andrews Sisters. AFRS 2/26/47
Radio Hall of Fame (P. Whiteman) w/ J. Garland, Lum & Abner. Blue 12/17/44 (1 hr.)

PAXINOU, KATINA
Hallmark Playhouse “Indestructible Julia” CBS 3/2/50

PAYNE, JOHN
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Age of Innocence” w/ M. Oberon. CBS 12/18/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Poppy” w/ W.C. Fields, A. Shirley, S. Gallagher. 3/7/38 (no commercials)
“Wings of the Navy” w/ G. Brent, O. DeHavilland. 10/7/40
“Morning Glory” w/ J. Garland. 10/12/42
“Sentimental Journey” AFRS 9/23/46
“Miracle on 34th Street” w/ M. O’Hara, E. Gwenn. 12/22/47
Prudential Family Hour of Stars “I Give You Maggie” CBS 7/17/49
Suspense “Two Sharp Knives” w/ F. McHugh. CBS 6/7/45

PEABODY, EDDIE
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ N. Coward, G. Lawrence. NBC 12/3/36 (1 hr.)

PEARCE, AL
Radio Hall of Fame w/ M. Hunt, H. Lamarr, J. Loder. Blue 2/4/45 (1 hr.)

PEARL, JACK
The Big Show w/ B. Burns, J. Durante. NBC 3/11/51 (90 min.)
WOR 50 KW Dedicatory Program (all-star cast) WOR-NY 3/4/35 (3 hrs.)

PEARY, HAROLD (send SASE for Fibber McGee and Molly and The Great Gildersleeve listings)
Command Performance (#199) w/ F. Langford, W. Tetley, Bob Crosby. AFRS WWII
Guest Star w/ The Great Gildersleeve cast. Syndicated 5/23/48 (15 min.)
Harold Peary Show 12/50
Harold Peary Show CBS 3/21/51 (Hal Peary’s 10,000th broadcast)
Harold Peary Show “Cleaning Out the Cellar” CBS 4/18/51
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Gildersleeve’s Bad Day” w/ The Great Gildersleeve cast. CBS 8/13/45
Lux Radio Theatre “The Show-Off” w/ U. Merkel, B. Bondi. CBS 2/1/43 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#141) w/ G. Simms, R. Benchley. AFRS (speed flux)
Rudy Vallee Sealtest Show w/ J. Barrymore, S. Gurie, B. Burke. NBC 12/26/40 (rehearsal)

PECK, GREGORY
Academy Award “Keys of the Kingdom” CBS 8/21/46
Cavalcade of America “A Prisoner Named Brown” NBC 1/8/52
Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players “All Through the House” w/ J. Leigh, J. Cotten, Ge. Kelly. CBS 12/25/46
The Doctor Fights NBC 8/28/45
Family Theatre “The Lonely Road” MBS 5/15/47
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Hotpoint Holiday Hour “The Man Who Came to Dinner” w/ J. Benny, R. Russell, Ge. Kelly, D. McGuire,
C. Boyer. CBS 12/25/49 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Anna Karenina” w/ I. Bergman. CBS 10/30/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Yearling” w/ J. Wyman, C. Jarman, Jr. CBS 1/6/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Valley of Decision” w/ G. Garson. 1/14/46
“Now, Voyager” w/ B. Davis. 2/11/46
“Gentleman’s Agreement” 9/20/48
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Yellow Sky” w/ G. Blondell. NBC 7/15/49
Suspense “Hitchhike Poker” CBS 9/16/48
Suspense “Murder through the Looking Glass” CBS 3/17/49
Suspense “The Lonely Road” CBS 3/21/49
Suspense “Nightmare” CBS 9/1/49
Suspense “The Truth About Jerry Baxter” CBS 6/14/51
Theatre of Romance “Intermezzo” CBS 1/1/46

PEERCE, JAN
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Cantor. NBC 3/18/51 (90 minutes)
The Magic Key w/ Ann Jamieson. NBC 1/29/39 (1 hr.) (tribute to Victor Herbert)

PENDLETON, NAT
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, C. Parker, D. O’Keefe, M. Korjus, T. Martin. NBC 1/12/39 (1hr.)

PENNER, JOE
Joe Penner Show (Tip Top Bread) w/ Jacques Renard Orchestra. NBC & Blue 1939
Oakie’s College (J. Oakie) w/ J. Garland. CBS c. 1938

PEPPER, JACK
Bing Crosby Show w/ J. Garland. CBS 3/14/51

PERKINS, OSGOOD
The Magic Key w/ E. Zimbalist. (O.P., I. Claire, B. Aherne, C. Coburn in “A Fool for Scandal”) NBC
3/29/36 (1 hr.) (rough opening & closing)

PETERS, JEAN
Hollywood Calling (series #40) (George Fisher) w/ M. Mitchell, B. Davis, R. Fleming. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie” w/ D. Wayne. CBS 5/4/53
“Lure of the Wilderness” w/ J. Hunter. AFRS 5/25/53 (good minus quality)
“Day the Earth Stood Still” w/ M. Rennie. AFRS 1/4/54 (clipped opening)

PETERS, SUSAN
Family Theatre “The Awakening” w/ A. Jones. MBS 5/8/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Mrs. Miniver” w/ G. Garson, W. Pidgeon, H. Wilcoxon. CBS 12/6/43 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Johnny Eager” w/ R. Taylor, V. Heflin. CBS 1/21/46 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Eavesdroppers in Eden” CBS c.1948
Studio One “One More Spring” CBS 3/16/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “They Call Me Patrice” CBS 12/12/46
Theatre of Romance “Seventh Heaven” w/ V. Johnson. CBS 9/4/45
Theatre of Romance “Love Affair” w/ V. Johnson. CBS 12/11/45

PICKENS SISTERS
WOR 50 KW Dedicatory Program (all-star cast) WOR-NY 3/4/35 (3 hrs.)

PICKFORD, MARY
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Hired Wife” w/ M. Douglas, J. Blondell. (M.P. makes special appearance)
CBS 4/20/41
Mary Pickford on Radio 1938-1958 (excerpts from shows) (1 hr.)

PIDGEON, WALTER
Camel Screen Guild Players “Command Decision” w/ C. Gable, V. Johnson, B. Donlevy, E. Arnold,
J. Hodiak. CBS 12/1/49
Front Line Theater “Vivacious Lady” w/ G. Rogers, J. Dunn. AFRS WWII
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, V. Bruce, L. Carillo, M. Korjus. NBC 3/30/39 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ J. Havoc. NBC 3/19/42 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Susan and God” w/ B. Davis. CBS 9/23/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Secret Heart” w/ C. Colbert, D. Bruce. CBS 11/17/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Hands Across the Table” w/ C. Colbert, J. McCrea. 5/3/37
‘Flight Command” w/ R. Taylor, R. Hussey. 3/24/41
“Blossoms in the Dust” w/ G. Garson, F. Bressart. 2/16/42
“Last of Mrs. Cheyney” w/ N. Shearer, A. Menjou. 5/11/42
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ M. O’Hara, R. McDowall. 9/21/42
“Mrs. Miniver” w/ G. Garson, S. Peters, H. Wilcoxon. 12/6/43
“Madame Curie” w/ G. Garson. 9/16/46 (no commercials)
“Mrs. Parkington” AFRS 11/25/46
“Edward, My Son” w/ D. Kerr. AFRS 6/18/51
“Million Dollar Mermaid” w/ E. Williams. 12/14/53
Lux Summer Theatre “Edward, My Son” AFRS 8/17/53 (1 hr.)

PINZA, EZIO
Bell Telephone Hour (#37) c. 1944
Bell Telephone Hour (#59)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Brice, G. Marx, J. Powell. NBC 11/12/50 (90 min.)
The Big Show w/ E. Barrymore, B. Hope. NBC 4/1/51 (90 min.)
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 6/3/48
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 10/14/38
Suspense “Aria from Murder” CBS 1/28/51
Theater Guild “Goodbye, Again” w/ L. Darnell, M. Carroll. NBC 2/12/50 (1 hr.)

PITTS, ZASU
Baker’s Broadcast w/ R. Bellamy. NBC 11/7/37
Fibber McGee and Company (30 minutes each):
“Major McGee–Army Maneuvers” 1/31/39
“The Window Shade” 2/7/39
“Fibber Makes a Speech” 2/21/39
“McGee’s Sandwich Shop” 3/7/39
Lux Radio Theatre “Dulcy” w/ G. Lockhart. CBS 10/28/35 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Laughton, C. Ruggles. CBS 7/10/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Ruggles of Red Gap” 7/10/39 (dress rehearsal) (1 hr.)
The Quaker Party w/ T. Riggs. NBC 10/1/38
Screen Guild Theater w/ G. Cooper, B. Hope, C. Boswell, M. Dietrich. CBS 10/8/39

PONS, LILY
Bell Telephone Hour (#32) AFRS c.1944
Ford Show (D. Shore) CBS 10/16/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Conversation Piece” w/ A. Menjou, M. Gateson, G. Sanders. CBS 11/16/36 (1 hr.)

PORTER, COLE
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ B. Lillie, J. Walker. NBC 12/13/34 (1 hr.)

POWELL, DICK (send SASE for Richard Diamond, Private Detective listing)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Cavalcade of America “The Sailor Takes a Wife” w/ O. Munson. NBC 1/31/44
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39
Guest Star Syndicated 6/22/52 (15 min.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ T. Power, R. Russell. CBS 6/4/39
Hollywood Calling (series #12) (George Fisher) w/ E. Lanchester, B. Hale, B. Crabbe. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Hotel w/ C. Colbert, W. William, El Brendel, L. Parsons. “Imitation of Life” preview. CBS
10/4/34 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality) (first show)
Hollywood Hotel preview of “One in a Million” w/ F. Langford, S. Henie, Ritz Brothers, A. Menjou,
A. Judge. CBS 12/18/36 (1 hr.)
Hollywood Startime “Murder, My Sweet” w/ M. Astor, M. Mazurki. ABC 6/8/46
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Hello, Frisco, Hello” w/ G. Simms, J. Oakie. CBS 4/3/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Gold Diggers” w/ J. Blondell. 12/21/36 (incomplete; first 35 min. only)
“Model Wife” w/ J. Blondell. 5/12/41
“My Gal Sal” w/ M. Martin. 1/18/43
“Springtime in the Rockies” w/ B. Grable, C. Miranda, E. Barrier. 5/22/44
“Christmas in July” w/ L. Darnell, R. Walburn. 6/26/44 (dress rehearsal)
“It Started With Eve” w/ C. Laughton, S. Foster. 11/20/44
“Murder, My Sweet” w/ C. Trevor, M. Mazurki. 6/11/45
“Murder, My Sweet” 6/11/45 (dress rehearsal)
Mail Call (#139) w/ J. Carson, E. Logan, C. Trevor, A. Jenkins. AFRS
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) ABC 3/31/48
Photoplay Awards (D.P. is mc) ABC 2/10/55
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Simms, G. Lamb, B. Gilbert. Blue 1/28/45 (1 hr.)
Richard Diamond “Staten Island Ferry”
Richard Diamond, Private Eye “Big Ed” ABC 4/4/52 (no commercials)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Pitfall” w/ J. Wyatt, R. Burr. NBC 10/17/49
Suspense “Slow Burn” CBS 2/23/50 (no closing)
Suspense “Overdrawn” CBS 5/31/51

POWELL, ELEANOR
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, B. Ebsen, G. Murphy, J. Garland, S. Tucker, J. MacDonald,
A. Jones. NBC 11/4/37 (1 hr.) (first program)
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Barrymore, L. Ayres, A. Jones. NBC 10/13/38 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ T. Dorsey, Roland Young. NBC 11/3/35 (1 hr.)

POWELL, JANE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ G. Marx, F. Brice, E. Pinza. NBC 11/12/50 (90 min.)
Charlie McCarthy Show w/ F. Waller. AFRS 1943
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs” w/ Bergen & McCarthy. CBS 4/24/44
Mail Call (#267) w/ G. Marx, A. Jones, M. Tilton. AFRS WWII
Railroad Hour “Good News” w/ G. MacRae, D. Shore. NBC 10/4/48 (45 mins.)
Symphony Under the Stars Rodgers & Hammerstein night, from Hollywood Bowl, AFRS c.1948 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Allegro” w/ J. Lund. AFRS 11/25/51 (1 hr.) (no opening/good minus quality)
This is My Best “Snow White” w/ O. Welles. CBS 3/27/45

POWELL, WILLIAM
Academy Award “My Man Godfrey” CBS 10/2/46
Campbell Playhouse “It Happened One Night” w/ O. Welles, M. Hopkins. CBS 1/28/40 (1 hr.)
Cavalcade of America “Chuntangua Fable” 6/14/48
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Eddie Cantor Show “Going to Europe” NBC 9/1/48 (no commercials)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Lucky Partners” w/ G. Rogers. CBS 4/6/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Thin Man” w/ M. Loy, M. Gombell, P. Hall, W. Henry. 6/8/36
“Mayerling” w/ J. Gaynor, A. Kruger, R. Barrat. 1/9/39
“Tovarich” w/ M. Hopkins, C.H. Gordon. 5/15/39
“The Ex-Mrs. Bradford” w/ C. Colbert, J. Archer. 6/19/39
“Love Affair” w/ I. Dunne. 4/1/40
“After the Thin Man” w/ M. Loy. 6/17/40
“Manhattan Melodrama” w/ M. Loy, D. Ameche. 9/9/40
“Love Crazy” w/ H. Lamarr. 10/5/42
“The Lady Has Plans” w/ R. Hayworth. 4/26/43
“Shadow of a Doubt” w/ T. Wright. 1/3/44
“Suspicion” w/ O. DeHavilland. 9/18/44
“Johnny O’Clock” w/ L.J. Cobb. 5/12/47
“I Love You Again” w/ A. Sothern. 3/29/48
My Mother’s Husband 5/4/50 (35 min.) (audition program)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Love Crazy” (M. St. Clair, director subs for J. Conway) NBC 8/19/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Senator Was Indiscreet” NBC 10/3/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “One Way Passage” w/ P. Dow. (T. Garnett,director) NBC 12/30/49
Suspense “Give Me Liberty” CBS 10/21/48 (harsh sound)
Suspense “The Escape of Lacey Abbott” CBS 1/9/50
Suspense “The Man Who Cried Wolf” CBS 2/9/53
Suspense “Barking Death” CBS 3/1/54

POWER, TYRONE
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Cavalcade of America “The Giant Who Stepped Over the Mountain” NBC 12/11/51 (good minus)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ R. Russell, D. Powell. CBS 6/4/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Petrified Forest” w/ H. Bogart, J. Bennett. CBS 1/7/40
Hollywood March of Dimes on the Air (see Bergen, Edgar for cast) NBC 1/24/42 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS unless noted, 1 hour each):
“The Rage of Manhattan” w/ Annabella. 11/18/40
“Blood and Sand” w/ Annabella. 10/20/41
“This Above All” w/ B. Stanwyck. 9/14/42
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ D. Shore, A. Jolson, D. Haymes. 4/7/47
“I’ll Never Forget You” w/ D. Paget. AFRS 9/22/52
“Mississippi Gambler” AFRS 3/1/54
The Magic Key w/ I. Berlin, R. Vallee, S. Henie. (“Second Fiddle” preview) NBC 6/26/39
Suspense “The Guilty Always Run” CBS 3/22/54

POWERS, MALA
Stars Over Hollywood “Listen to Your Heart” CBS 9/4/54

PREMINGER, OTTO
Lux Radio Theatre “Five Graves to Cairo” w/ F. Tone, A. Baxter, J.C. Naish. CBS 12/13/43 (1 hr.)

PRESTON, ROBERT
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ A. Faye, R. Milland. 6/3/40
“The Lady from Cheyenne” w/ L. Young, E. Arnold. 6/16/41
“City for Conquest” w/ A. Faye. 2/9/42
“The Fighting 69th” w/ P. O’Brien, R. Bellamy. 4/6/42
“Wake Island” w/ B. Donlevy, B. Crawford. 10/26/42

PRICE, VINCENT
The Croupier “The Roman” w/ M. Brayton, D. O’Herlihy. ABC 9/21/49
Duffy’s Tavern 1/5/51 (no commercials)
Family Theatre “Laughing Into Glory” MBS 6/12/47
Family Theatre “The Happy Prince” MBS 10/12/49
Family Theatre “Jane Eyre” w/ D. Reed. MBS 10/26/50
Hollywood Calling (series #16) (George Fisher) w/ W. Demarest, S. Churchill, E. Keyes. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Calling (series #33) (George Fisher) w/ B. Hope, Hugo Haas, M. Raye. Synd. c.1952
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Hollywood Star Playhouse “Hour of Truth” w/ J. Banks, A. Reed. ABC 9/20/51
Hollywood Startime “Song of Bernadette” w/ V. Brown. CBS 1945
Hollywood Startime “The Lodger” ABC 5/19/46
Jack Benny Program w/ C. Colbert. NBC 2/6/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Flesh and Fantasy” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Whitty. CBS 7/16/45
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Dragonwyck” w/ T. Wright. CBS 1/20/47
Lux Radio Theatre “The Letter” w/ B. Davis, H. Marshall. CBS 3/6/44 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Dragonwyck” w/ G. Tierney. 10/7/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Devotion” w/ J. Wyman. AFRS 2/17/47
Lux Radio Theatre “Another Part of the Forest” w/ W. Huston, A. Blyth. 9/13/48
Philip Morris Playhouse “Murder Needs an Artist” w/ W. Conrad, J. Kearns. CBS 5/6/50
Screen Guild Players “Champagne for Caesar” w/ R. Colman, B. Britton. CBS 10/5/50 (1 hr.)
Sealtest Village Store w/ J. Haley, E. Arden. 3/20/47
Suspense (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Strange Death of Charles Umberstein” w/ H. Conried. 11/23/43
“Fugue in C-Minor” w/ I. Lupino. 6/1/44
“Name of the Beast” w/ E. Lewis. 4/11/46
“Hunting Trip” w/ L. Nolan. 9/12/46
“Hands of Mr. Ottermole” 12/2/48
“Present Tense” 3/3/57
“The Green and Gold String” AFRS 6/9/57
“Rave Notice” AFRS 6/1/58
“Three Skeleton Key” 10/19/58
“Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” 7/19/59
Theatre of Romance “Angel Street” CBS 10/9/45

PRIMA, LOUIS
Command Performance (#146) w/ F. Waring, P. Bailey, K. Smith. AFRS WWII
Glenn Miller Tribute (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW-NY 6/5/45 (2 hrs.)

PRINGLE, AILEEN
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” (A.P. is narrator) 1959 (1970 re-broadcast)

PRYOR, ROGER (send SASE for Gulf Screen Guild Theater listing)
Fleischmann Hour w/ R. Vallee, P. Conklin, Shelton & Howard, N. Beery. NBC 3/28/35 (no commercials)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Story of Oliver Wendell Holmes” CBS 3/27/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “Strange Story of John Ericson” CBS 1/22/48

 

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

 

RAFT, GEORGE
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ B. Burns, W. Hymer. CBS 4/2/39
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Cheating Cheaters” w/ J. Lang. 8/31/36
“Manpower” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Dietrich. 3/16/42
“Each Dawn I Die” w/ F. Tone, L. Bari. 3/22/43
“Air Force” w/ H. Carey. 7/12/43
“Action in the North Atlantic” w/ R. Massey. 5/15/44
“Intrigue” w/ J. Haver. 5/10/48
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 3/12/44
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) MBS 12/5/37

RAINER, LUISE
Studio One “The Great Impersonation” w/ B. Roberts, W. Slezak. CBS 1/27/48 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ S. Carol. (L.R. & W. Abel in “Romance”) CBS
1/3/40 (1 hr.) (light cross-talk)

RAINES, ELLA
Lux Radio Theatre “Phantom Lady” w/ B. Aherne, A. Curtis. CBS 3/27/44 (1 hr)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Suspect” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 4/9/45 (1 hr.)

RAINS, CLAUDE
Cavalcade of America “Captain Paul” NBC 10/27/41
Cavalcade of America “In This Crisis” NBC 4/20/42
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Julius Caesar” w/ W. Abel, T. Mitchell. CBS 7/26/37
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Duncan Sisters, E. Logan. NBC 4/4/35 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Ford Theatre “The Horn Blows at Midnight” w/ J. Benny. CBS 3/4/49 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program “Music Lesson” NBC 2/27/49
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Madame Sans-Gene” w/ J. Harlow, R. Taylor. 12/14/36
“Confession” w/ M. Hopkins, R. Greeene. CBS 11/21/38
“The Littlest Rebel” w/ S. Temple, P. Foster. 10/14/40
“Here Comes Mr. Jordan” w/ C. Grant, E. Keyes. 1/26/42
Radio Reader’s Digest “Murder in the Big Bowl” CBS 11/7/46
Radio Reader’s Digest “Many Moons” CBS 5/29/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “A Piece of String” CBS 10/30/47
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ A. Marble. (C.R. & G. George in “Kind Lady”) CBS
10/11/39 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) AFRS 2/7/43
Theatre of Romance “The Citadel” CBS 3/20/45

RALSTON, VERA
Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/512 (1 hr.)

RAMBEAU, MARJORIE
Campbell Playhouse “Dinner at Eight” w/ O. Welles, H. Hopper, L. Ball. CBS 2/18/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Plutocrat” w/ W. Beery, C.K. Young, E. Linden, C. Parker. 9/28/36
“One-Way Passage” w/ W. Powell, K. Francis, W. Gargan. 3/6/39
“Silver Dollar” w/ E. Arnold, A. Louise. 4/13/39
“The Bugle Sounds” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery. 1/4/43

RANDALL, TONY (send SASE for I Love a Mystery listing)
Best Plays “A Bell for Adano” w/ A. Kennedy. NBC 12/28/52 (1 hr.)

RATHBONE, BASIL (send SASE for Sherlock Holmes listing)
Cavalcade of America (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“A Continental Uniform” 4/13/42
“The Hated Hero of 1776” 9/27/43
“The Common Glory” 6/28/48
“Portrait of the Author” 5/23/50
“John Yankee” 8/29/50
Fred Allen Show NBC 4/11/48
Fred Allen Show NBC 4/24/49
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Smilin’ Through” w/ N. Shearer. CBS 12/17/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ J. Benny, C. Colbert. CBS 10/20/40

Lady Esther Screen Guild Players w/ J. Benny, B. Stanwyck. CBS 3/27/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Captain Blood” w/ E. Flynn. 2/2/37
“Enter Madame” w/ Grace Moore. 1/10/38
“A Doll’s House” w/ J. Crawford. 6/6/38
“That Certain Woman” w/ C. Lombard, J. Lynn. 10/31/38
“Wuthering Heights” w/ I. Lupino. 11/4/40
“Phantom of the Opera” w/ N. Eddy, S. Foster. 9/13/43
Memoirs of the Movies “The Film Factories” F. Tone, narrator. 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” A. Pringle, narrator. 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Tycoons” Z. Scott, narrator. 1959
Theatre Guild “A Doll’s House” w/ D. McGuire. ABC 1/19/47 (1 hr.)
Three of a Kind w/ I. Chase, B. Lahr. 4/13/44 (audition program)

RATOFF, GREGORY
Hollywood Startime “Cafe Metropole” W/ C. Romero. CBS 1945
Information, Please (NBC, 30 minutes each): 1/1/42 10/9/42 3/8/43 11/15/43 2/19/45
Jack Benny Program w/ V. Bruce. NBC 1/31/43

RAYE, MARTHA
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, L. Calhern. NBC 1/14/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, O. de Havilland. NBC 4/15/51 (90 min.)
Command Performance w/ J. Carson, L. Horne, J. Wyman. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, F. Brice, B. Hope. CBS 3/19/39
Hollywood Calling (series #33) (George Fisher) w/ B. Hope, Hugo Haas, V. Price. Synd. c.1952
Mail Call (#123) w/ J. Carson, B. Burns, V. Blaine, A. Jones. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame w/ B. Aherne. Blue 2/6/44 (1 hr.)
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/54 (45 min.)

RAYMOND, GENE
Lux Radio Theatre “Graustark” w/ A. Sten, J. Gleason. CBS 2/8/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Smilin’ Through” w/ J. MacDonald. CBS 1/5/42 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ S. Fox, R. Vallee. NBC 2/23/36 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Husband to the Month of May” CBS 11/14/46

REAGAN, RONALD
Academy Awards (P. Douglas, mc) (commentary by E. Arden & R. Reagan) ABC 3/23/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Academy Theater “One-Way Passage” Syndicated 4/3/38
Cavalcade of America “Ulysses in Love” NBC 12/12/50
Hollywood Calling (series #27) (George Fisher) w/ T. Curtis, P. Laurie, L. Horne. Synd. c.1951
Hollywood Calling (series #39) (George Fisher) w/ E. Bracken, Ken Toby, D. Reed. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Knute Rockne–All-American” w/ P. O’Brien, F. Wray, D. Crisp. 12/2/40
“Nobody Lives Forever” w/ J. Wyman. 11/17/47
“John Loves Mary” w/ P. Neal. 6/19/50
MGM Theater of the Air “Joe Smith–American” Syndicated c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Suspense “One & One is a Lonesome” CBS 3/23/50
Suspense “Circumstantial Terror” CBS 3/8/54

REDFERN, WILLIAM WARREN
Fleischmann Hour w/ M. Boland, J. Baker. NBC 10/31/35 (1 hr.)

REDGRAVE, MICHAEL
Studio One “Uncle Harry” w/ Judith Evelyn. CBS 3/2/48 (1 hr.)
Studio One “The Return of the Native” CBS 6/15/48 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Unguarded Hour” w/ N. Foch. NBC 12/28/52 (1 hr.)

REED, DONNA
Cavalcade of America “Voice of the Wizard” NBC 2/10/47’
Family Theatre “Jane Eyre” w/ V. Price. MBS 10/26/50
Hollywood Calling (series #39) (George Fisher) w/ E. Bracken, Ken Toby, R. Reagan. Synd. c.1952
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Too Many Husbands” w/ F. Sinatra, B. Goodwin. CBS 9/4/44
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ J. Stewart, V. Moore. AFRS 3/10/47
“Deep Waters” w/ D. Andrews. CBS 9/12/49

“Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51
“The Naked Jungle” w/ C. Heston. AFRS 6/7/54
“Rawhide” w/ J. Hunter. NBC 3/22/55
Stars in the Air “It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ J. Stewart, V. Moore. ABC 12/51

REED, FLORENCE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (F.R. & D. Montgomery in “Double Door”) CBS 3/27/40

REEVES, GEORGE
Lux Radio Theatre “Lydia” w/ M. Oberon, E.M. Oliver, J. Cotten, A. Marshal. CBS 9/22/41 (1 hr.)

REGAN, PHIL
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Taylor, F. Rice. NBC 9/22/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ G. Jessel, S. Tracey. NBC 9/29/38 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#328) w/ F. Gifford, T. Bankhead, Bergen & McCarthy. AFRS WWII
Paul Whiteman’s Musical Varieties NBC 3/15/36 (45 min.)

REID, MRS. WALLACE (Dorothy Davenport)
Lux Radio Theatre “Beau Brummel” w/ R. Montgomery, M. Evans, L.G. Carroll. (Mrs. W.R. is intermission
guest) CBS 7/5/37 (1 hr.)

RENNIE, MICHAEL
Lux Radio Theatre (AFRS, 1 hour each):
“The Day the Earth Stood Still” w/ J. Peters. 1/4/54 (clipped opening)
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ A. Smith, D. Crisp. 9/28/54
“David and Bathsheba” w/ A. Dahl. 10/19/54

REVERE, ANNE
Academy Award “Jezebel” w/ B. Davis. CBS 3/30/46 (first in series)
Cavalcade of America “Circus Day” NBC 4/8/46
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47

REYNOLDS, DEBBIE
Hollywood Calling (series #24) (George Fisher) w/ S. Dalbert, A. Dekker, A. Mara. Synd. c.1951

REYNOLDS, MARJORIE
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/11/47
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac CBS 5/31/44

RHODES, BETTY JANE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/20/40 (1 hr.)
Navy Relief Program w/ W. Huston, W. Winchell, J. Louis. MBS 1/7/42

RICE, FLORENCE
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, J. Garland, C. Gable. NBC 5/5/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Taylor, M. Rosenbloom. NBC 9/22/38 (1 hr.)

RICH, IRENE
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)

RICHARD, CYRIL
Theatre Guild “David Copperfield” w/ B. Karloff, F. Robson, R. Burton. ABC 12/24/50 (1 hr.)

RICHARDS, ANN
Suspense “The Story of Ivy” CBS 6/21/45

RICHARDSON, RALPH (send SASE for Sherlock Holmes listing)

RICHMAN, HARRY
Harry Richman Show (Syndicated 1936-37; 15 min. each; sold in 30 min. sets of 2 as indicated)
# 1 & 2: Julia Sanderson & Frank Crumit
# 3 & 4: Eve Beck & The Modern Choir
# 4B & 5: Judy Starr
# 6: Judy Starr & 7: The Sisters of the Skillet
# 8 & 9: The Sisters of the Skillet

# 10 & 1ll: The Revelers
# 12 & 13: Connie Boswell
# 14 & 15: Pic & Pat
# 16 & 17: Lee Wiley
# 18 & 19: Cliff “Ukulele Ike” Edwards
# 29 & 21: Mildred Bailey

RIDGES, STANLEY
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ J. Hernandez. (S.R. & P. Merivale in “Valley Forge”) NBC 1/3/35 (1 hr.)

RIPLEY, ROBERT
Jack Benny Program w/ K. Smith, F. Allen. NBC 3/27/38

RITTER, TEX
All-Star Western Theatre “I Came from Texas” Syndicated 10/13/46
Hollywood Rodeo Synd. c.1945 audition program

RITTER, THELMA
Lux Radio Theatre “The Model and the Marriage Broker” w/ J. Crain. AFRS 10/6/52 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Pickup on South Street” w/ T. Moore. CBS 6/21/54 (1 hr.)

RITZ BROTHERS, THE
Hollywood Hotel w/ D. Powell, F. Langford. (features preview of “One in a Million” w/ A. Menjou,
S. Henie.) CBS 7/6/36 (1 hr.)

ROACH, HAL
Lux Radio Theatre “Voice of Bugle Ann” w/ L. Barrymore, A. Shirley, P. Hall. (H.R. is intermission guest)
CBS 7/6/36 (1 hr.)

ROBERTS, BEVERLY
Lux Radio Theatre “The Criminal Code” w/ E.G. Robinson, P. Guilfoyle. CBS 1/18/37 (1 hr.)
Studio One “The Great Impersonation” w/ L. Rainer, W. Slezak. CBS 1/27/48 (1 hr.)

ROBERTSON, DALE
Lux Radio Theatre “Take Care of My Little Girl” w/ J. Crain. AFRS 2/4/52 (1 hr.)

ROBINSON, BILL “BOJANGLES”
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

ROBINSON, EDWARD G.
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Big Town “Steve Wilson is Shot” w/ C. Trevor. CBS 10/17/37 (first show)
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Taming of the Shrew” CBS 8/2/37 (1 hr.)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 3/31/43
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ I. Jewell. CBS 2/25/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ H. Bogart, M. Hunt. CBS 11/2/41
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/24/46
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 10/7/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players (CBS, 30 minutes):
“The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ C. Trevor, L. Nolan. 6/5/44
“Flesh & Fantasy” w/ M. Whitty, V. Price. 7/16/45
“Blind Alley” w/ I. Jewell. 11/18/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Criminal Code” w/ B. Roberts, P. Guilfoyle. 1/18/37
“Kid Galahad” w/ J. Bennett, W. Morris. 12/19/38
“Bullets or Ballots” w/ M. Astor, H. Bogart. 4/17/39
“Manpower” w/ M. Dietrich, G. Raft. 3/16/42
“The Maltese Falcon” w/ G. Patrick, L. Cregar. 2/8/43
“Destroyer” w/ M. Chapman, D. O’Keefe. AFRS 4/3/44
“Woman in the Window” w/ J. Bennett, D. Duryea. AFRS 6/25/45
“Key Largo” w/ C. Trevor, E. O’Brien. 11/28/49
“Man on a Tightrope” 12/7/53

Mail Call (#46) w/ D. Powell, A. Miller, James Gleason. AFRS WWII
NBC Star Playhouse “ A Slight Case of Murder” 1/24/54 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “All My Sons” w/ J. Chandler. NBC 12/2/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Sea Wolf” NBC 2/3/50
Sealtest Variety Theatre w/ D. Lamour, J. Durante. NBC 11/4/48
Suspense “My Wife Geraldine” CBS 3/1/45
Suspense “The Man Who Thought He Was Edward G. Robinson” CBS 10/17/46
Theatre of Romance “The Woman in the Window” CBS 3/26/46 (no commercials)
We Hold These Truths! (by Corwin, Norman) (see Arnold, Edward for cast) all networks 12/15/41 (1 hr.)

ROBSON, FLORA
Theatre Guild “David Copperfield” w/ B. Karloff, C. Richard, R. Burton. ABC 12/24/50 (1 hr.)

ROBSON, MAY
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Another Language” w/ B. Davis, F. MacMurray, J. Beal. 5/17/37
“A Star is Born” w/ J. Gaynor, R. Montgomery, L. Stander. 9/13/37
“I Met My Love Again” w/ J. Bennett, H. Fonda. 5/30/38
“The Perfect Specimen” w/ E. Flynn, J. Blondell. 1/2/39
“Lady for a Day” w/ W. William, G. Kibbee, J. Parker. 5/1/39
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)

ROCHELLE, CLAIRE
Hollywood Calling (series #34) (George Fisher) w/ R. Stack, F. March, K. McCarthy. Synd. c.1952

RODGERS, RICHARD
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ L. Hart, Bergen & McCarthy, D. Ameche. NBC 5/9/37 (1 hr.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ L. Hart, Bergen & McCarthy, W.C. Fields, J. Blondell. NBC 6/13/37 (1 hr.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Stage Door Canteen w/ O. Hammerstein II, M. Martin, U. Merkel, B. Lytell. NBC 8/12/43

ROGERS, CHARLES (BUDDY)
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening 12/7/35

ROGERS, GINGER
Academy Award “Kitty Foyle” CBS 4/6/46
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, G. Marx, G. Jessel. 5/6/51 (90 min.)
Capture of Lizzie Stone 1940’s (audition program)
Cavalcade of America “Emma” NBC 10/10/50
Command Performance (#139) w/ D. Durbin, J. Benny, J. Cagney. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#214) w/ K. Starr, B. Ives, O. Nelson, H. Hilliard. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Front Line Theater “Vivacious Lady” w/ W. Pidgeon. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#77) w/ Fibber McGee & Molly, F. Sinatra. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Theater (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Imperfect Lady” w/ C. Gable, M. Lindsay. 10/1/39
“Vivacious Lady” w/ F. MacMurray, C. Coburn. 4/7/40
“Lucky Partners” w/ W. Powell. 4/6/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Curtain Rises” w/ W. William, V. Teasdale, A. Mowbray. 10/12/36
“A Free Soul” w/ D. Ameche, C. Winninger. 11/1/37
“Brief Moment” w/ D. Fairbanks, jr., L. Calhern. 2/14/38
“Stage Door” w/ R. Russell, A. Menjou, E. Arden. 2/20/39
“She Married Her Boss” w/ G. Brent, E. Fellows. 9/25/39
“Bachelor Mother” w/ F. March, F. Albertson. 1/22/40
“5th Avenue Girl” w/ E. Arnold, J. Howard. 12/16/40
“Kitty Foyle” w/ D. Morgan, J. Craig. 5/5/41
“Tom, Dick, and Harry” w/ G. Murphy, B. Meredity, A. Marshal. 9/8/41
“The Major and the Minor” w/ R. Milland, Leila Rogers. 5/31/43
“Lady in the Dark” w/ R. Milland. 1/29/45
“It Grows on Trees” AFRS 11/16/53
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ E.E. Horton. CBS 9/28/35 (1 hr.) (part missing during E.E.H.’s routine)
(good minus quality)
Silver Theatre “The Captain Had a Daughter” CBS 11/27/38
Silver Theatre “True to the Navy” CBS 3/5/39
Suspense “Vamp Til Dead” CBS 1/11/51

ROGERS, ROY
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 12/7/47
GI Journal (#61) w/ Bergen & McCarthy, F. Sinatra. AFRS WWII
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 6/29/44
Lux Radio Theatre “In Old Oklahoma” w/ M. Scott, A. Dekker. 3/13/44 (1 hr.)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)

ROGERS, WILL JR.
Hallmark Playhouse “Autobiography of Will Rogers” w/ E. Arnold. CBS 2/23/50
Information, Please NBC 1/8/43
Information, Please NBC 3/1/43
Lux Radio Theatre “The Will Rogers Story” w/ J. Wyman. AFRS 1/12/53 (1 hr.)

ROMAN, RUTH
Camel Screen Guild Players “Champion” w/ K. Douglas, M. Maxwell. CBS 10/13/49

ROMBERG, SIGMUND
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) Mutual 2/20/38

ROMERO, CESAR
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore, V. Vague. NBC 9/27/45
Command Performance (#210) w/ B. Kay, T. Dorsey, M. Auer. AFRS
Hollywood Startime “Cafe Metropole” w/ G. Ratoff. CBS 1945
Lux Radio Theatre “Cardinal Richelieu” w/ G. & F. Arliss, H. Angel, M. Love, D. Dumbrille. 1/23/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Sangaree” w/ A. Dahl. AFRS 1/25/55 (1 hr.)

ROONEY, MICKEY
America Calling (all-star; see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Good News of 1938 w/ F. Morgan, L. Stone, R. Montgomery. NBC 3/24/38 (1 hr)
Good News of 1939 (NBC, 1 hour each):
w/ R. Young, S. Tracy, A. Faye, Father Flanagan. 9/1/38
w/ W. Beery, J.E. Brown. 10/6/38
w/ R. Young, L. Stone, S. Haden, F. Holden, C. Parker. 11/24/38
w/ R. Young, M. Korjus, R. Ingram, C. Blandick. 2/2/39
w/ R. Young, E. Cantor. (L. Barrymore birthday tribute) 4/27/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ J. Bennett, R. Lane, R. Vallee, G. Murphy. 4/9/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ C. Grant, J. Garland, A. Sothern. CBS 9/24/39
Hardy Family (see Holden, Fay for listing)
Hollywood Calling (series #10) (George Fisher) w/ H. Bogart, H. Duff, A. Devine. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Calling (series #42) (George Fisher) w/ A. Lansbury, J. Hunter, M. Windsor. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Strike Up the Band” w/ J. Garland, J.S. Trotter. 10/28/40
“Young Tom Edison” w/ B. Bondi, V. Weidler. 12/23/40
“Stablemates” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery. 3/31/41
“Merton of the Movies” w/ J. Garland. 11/17/41
“National Velvet” w/ E. Taylor. 2/3/47
Shell Chateau (W. Beery) w/ Con Conrad, G. Jessel, H. Jepson. CBS 12/23/35 (1 hr.)
Shorty Bell “The Hero” w/ J. Hoyt, M. Lansing, W. Conrad. CBS 9/24/39
Shorty Bell “Story Sold to Movies” w/ E. Ross, A. Reed, J. Hoyt. CBS 6/20/48
Suspense “The Lie” CBS 4/28/49
Suspense “For Love or Murder” CBS 12/8/49
Suspense “Alibi Me” CBS 1/4/51

ROSE, BILLY
Fred Allen Show 10/25/39

ROSE MARIE
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/25/51
Rose Marie Show NBC 3/14/38 (15 min.)

ROSENBLOOM, MAXIE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ R. Vallee, G. Cooper, D. Kaye. NBC 1/28/51 (90 min.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Taylor, P. Regan, F. Rice. NBC 9/22/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young, B. Halop. NBC 11/2/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ C. Bennett, G. Nissen, R. Benchley, E. Flynn. CBS 5/21/39
Rudy Vallee Show w/ U. Merkel. NBC 3/14/40
Rudy Vallee Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 11/14/40 (rehearsal)
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ O. Kruger, M. Sleeper. CBS 6/29/35 (1 hr.)

ROSS, LANNY
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, J. Dragonette. NBC 12/21/39 (1 hr.)
Log Cabin Inn “Easy to Remember” 4/3/35
The Magic Key w/ R. Noble Orchestra, E. Sack. NBC 3/22/36 (1 hr.)
Maxwell House Showboat “Show Boat” w/ A. Hanshaw, C. Winninger. NBC 6/13/33 (‘Make Believe’
number missing) (1 hr.)
Maxwell House Showboat “Kiddie Show” NBC 1/28/37 (45 min.)

ROSS, SHIRLEY
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ C. Haines, L. Horne, F. Langford. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ Burns & Allen, M. Douglas, G. Murphy. 2/26/39
Silver Theatre “Love is Where You Find It” w/ L. Tracy. CBS 3/12/39

ROTH, LILLIAN
Chase & Sanborn Hour (E. Cantor) NBC 3/4/34 (36min. abridged from 1 hr. program)

RUBIN, BENNY
Whatever Became of . . . ? R. Lamparski. 12/2/69

RUBINSTEIN, ARTUR
Information, Please NBC 11/29/43
Information, Please NBC 10/23/44

RUGGLES, CHARLES (see also Merkel, Una for Texaco Star Theatre listing)
Academy Award “Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 6/8/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Laughton, Z. Pitts. 7/10/39
“Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Laughton, Z. Pitts. 7/10/39 (dress rehearsal)
“It Happened on 5th Avenue” w/ V. Moore, G. Storm. 5/19/47 (good minus)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Amateur Contest” CBS 5/5/43
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Susie is Engaged to a Movie Star” CBS 5/43
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Taking Care of the Cats” CBS 6/23/43
Memoirs of the Movies “Nuts Among the Oranges” F.X. Bushman, host. 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Birth of a Boffo” J.E. Brown, host. 1959
Suspense “The Burning Court” CBS 6/17/42
Suspense “Suspicion” CBS 2/10/44

RUSH, BARBARA
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Thunder on the Hill” w/ C. Colbert. AFRS 11/9/53
“Great Expectations” w/ R. Hudson. AFRS 10/12/54
“Stairway to Heaven” w/ D. Niven. NBC 4/12/55

RUSSELL, ANDY
Jack Benny Program w/ B. Crosby, D. Haymes. NBC 3/16/47

RUSSELL, JANE
Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, J. Mercer, G. DeHaven, E. Smith, J. Allyson, F. Langford,
J. Colonna. AFRS WWII
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Paleface” w/ B. Hope. NBC 3/3/50
Skippy Hollywood Theater “High Polish” Synd. 1946

RUSSELL, ROSALIND
Academy Award “My Sister Eileen” w/ J. Blair. CBS 5/18/46
Four Star Playhouse “The Incredible Anna Lee” w/ F. Lovejoy. NBC 8/21/49
Four Star Playhouse “Paradise U.S.A.” w/ I. Grossell. NBC 9/11/49
Good News of 1939 w/ T. Martin. NBC 12/8/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, R. Montgomery, J. Marsh, M. Korjus. NBC 2/16/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ T. Power, D. Powell. CBS 6/4/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Ninotchka” w/ S. Tracy. CBS 4/21/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “His Girl Friday” w/ C. Grant. CBS 3/30/41
Hallmark Playhouse “Mrs. Parkington” CBS 10/21/48
Hollywood Salutes Shakespeare “Much Ado About Nothing” w/ L. Howard. CBS 7/19/37 (1hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “His Girl Friday” w/ C. Grant. CBS 3/30/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Stage Door” w/ G. Rogers, A. Menjou, E. Arden. 2/20/39
“My Favorite Wife” w/ L. Olivier, G. Patrick. 12/9/40
“Craig’s Wife” w/ H. Marshall, B. Bondi. 5/12/41
“My Sister Eileen” w/ B. Aherne, J. Blair. 7/5/43
“Flight for Freedom” w/ G. Brent, C. Morris. 9/20/43
“Roughly Speaking” w/ J. Carson. 10/8/45
“Mildred Pierce” w/ Z. Scott. 6/6/49 (some commercials missing)
“What a Woman!” w/ R. Cummings. AFRS 5/31/54
“Goodbye, My Fancy” w/ Robert Young. AFRS 6/28/54
Screen Director’s Playhouse (NBC)
“Hired Wife” 2/6/49
“A Foreign Affair” w/ M. Dietrich, J. Lund. 3/6/49 (1 hr.)
“This Thing Called Love” 2/10/50
“She Wouldn’t Say Yes” 6/2/50
“Take a Letter, Darling” w/ F. MacMurray. 2/1/51 (1 hr.)
“Hired Wife” w/ J. Chandler. 4/12/51 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/3/37 (part 1 of 4)
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/10/37 (part 2 of 4)
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/17/37 (rehearsal; part 3 of 4)
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/24/37 (part 4 of 4)
“For Us the Living” CBS 3/26/39 (part 1 of 2)
“For Us the Living” CBS 4/2/39 (part 2 of 2)
“Consideration” CBS 2/2/50
Suspense “The Sisters” CBS 12/9/48
Suspense “When the Bough Breaks” CBS 5/3/51

RUTH, BABE
Lux Radio Theatre “Alibi Ike” w/ J.E. Brown, H. Chandler. (B.R. and his wife are intermission guests) CBS
4/19/37 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Story of Babe Ruth” CBS 4/24/47

RUTHERFORD, ANN
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
GI Journal (#108) w/ R. Young, V. Vague. AFRS
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Barrymore, R. Owen. NBC 12/15/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, L. Stone, F. Holden, C. Parker. NBC 4/20/39 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#103) w/ N. Shearer, J. Carson, N. Eddy, C. Parker. AFRS
Mail Call (#126) w/ L. Horne, King Sisters, J. Mercer, G. Moore. AFRS
Radio Reader’s Digest “Spin a Silver Dollar” 4/8/48
Theatre Guild “George Washington Slept Here” w/ V. Heflin. AFRS 9/21/52 (1 hr)

RUTHERFORD, MARGARET
Theatre Guild “The Importance of Being Ernest” w/ J. Gielgud. ABC 4/13/47 (1 hr.)

RYAN, ROBERT
Cavalcade of America “Listen, My Children” NBC 9/25/51 (good minus quality)
Family Theatre “Violets for Courage” w/ J. Wyatt. R.R. is host. MBS 11/24/48
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47(fair quality)
Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Beyond Reason” w/ R. Warrick. CBS 2/21/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Crossfire” w/ R. Young, R. Mitchum, S. Levene. CBS 4/10/48 (1 hr.)

RAFT, GEORGE
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ B. Burns, W. Hymer. CBS 4/2/39
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Cheating Cheaters” w/ J. Lang. 8/31/36
“Manpower” w/ E.G. Robinson, M. Dietrich. 3/16/42
“Each Dawn I Die” w/ F. Tone, L. Bari. 3/22/43
“Air Force” w/ H. Carey. 7/12/43
“Action in the North Atlantic” w/ R. Massey. 5/15/44
“Intrigue” w/ J. Haver. 5/10/48
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 3/12/44
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) MBS 12/5/37

RAINER, LUISE
Studio One “The Great Impersonation” w/ B. Roberts, W. Slezak. CBS 1/27/48 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ S. Carol. (L.R. & W. Abel in “Romance”) CBS
1/3/40 (1 hr.) (light cross-talk)

RAINES, ELLA

Lux Radio Theatre “Phantom Lady” w/ B. Aherne, A. Curtis. CBS 3/27/44 (1 hr)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Suspect” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 4/9/45 (1 hr.)

RAINS, CLAUDE
Cavalcade of America “Captain Paul” NBC 10/27/41
Cavalcade of America “In This Crisis” NBC 4/20/42
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Julius Caesar” w/ W. Abel, T. Mitchell. CBS 7/26/37
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Duncan Sisters, E. Logan. NBC 4/4/35 (1 hr.) (no commercials)
Ford Theatre “The Horn Blows at Midnight” w/ J. Benny. CBS 3/4/49 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program “Music Lesson” NBC 2/27/49
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Madame Sans-Gene” w/ J. Harlow, R. Taylor. 12/14/36
“Confession” w/ M. Hopkins, R. Greeene. CBS 11/21/38
“The Littlest Rebel” w/ S. Temple, P. Foster. 10/14/40
“Here Comes Mr. Jordan” w/ C. Grant, E. Keyes. 1/26/42
Radio Reader’s Digest “Murder in the Big Bowl” CBS 11/7/46
Radio Reader’s Digest “Many Moons” CBS 5/29/47
Radio Reader’s Digest “A Piece of String” CBS 10/30/47
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ A. Marble. (C.R. & G. George in “Kind Lady”) CBS
10/11/39 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) AFRS 2/7/43
Theatre of Romance “The Citadel” CBS 3/20/45

RALSTON, VERA
Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/512 (1 hr.)

RAMBEAU, MARJORIE
Campbell Playhouse “Dinner at Eight” w/ O. Welles, H. Hopper, L. Ball. CBS 2/18/40 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Plutocrat” w/ W. Beery, C.K. Young, E. Linden, C. Parker. 9/28/36
“One-Way Passage” w/ W. Powell, K. Francis, W. Gargan. 3/6/39
“Silver Dollar” w/ E. Arnold, A. Louise. 4/13/39
“The Bugle Sounds” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery. 1/4/43

RANDALL, TONY (send SASE for I Love a Mystery listing)
Best Plays “A Bell for Adano” w/ A. Kennedy. NBC 12/28/52 (1 hr.)

RATHBONE, BASIL (send SASE for Sherlock Holmes listing)
Cavalcade of America (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“A Continental Uniform” 4/13/42
“The Hated Hero of 1776” 9/27/43
“The Common Glory” 6/28/48
“Portrait of the Author” 5/23/50
“John Yankee” 8/29/50
Fred Allen Show NBC 4/11/48
Fred Allen Show NBC 4/24/49
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Smilin’ Through” w/ N. Shearer. CBS 12/17/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater w/ J. Benny, C. Colbert. CBS 10/20/40

Lady Esther Screen Guild Players w/ J. Benny, B. Stanwyck. CBS 3/27/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Captain Blood” w/ E. Flynn. 2/2/37
“Enter Madame” w/ Grace Moore. 1/10/38
“A Doll’s House” w/ J. Crawford. 6/6/38
“That Certain Woman” w/ C. Lombard, J. Lynn. 10/31/38
“Wuthering Heights” w/ I. Lupino. 11/4/40
“Phantom of the Opera” w/ N. Eddy, S. Foster. 9/13/43
Memoirs of the Movies “The Film Factories” F. Tone, narrator. 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” A. Pringle, narrator. 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Tycoons” Z. Scott, narrator. 1959
Theatre Guild “A Doll’s House” w/ D. McGuire. ABC 1/19/47 (1 hr.)
Three of a Kind w/ I. Chase, B. Lahr. 4/13/44 (audition program)

RATOFF, GREGORY
Hollywood Startime “Cafe Metropole” W/ C. Romero. CBS 1945
Information, Please (NBC, 30 minutes each): 1/1/42 10/9/42 3/8/43 11/15/43 2/19/45
Jack Benny Program w/ V. Bruce. NBC 1/31/43

RAYE, MARTHA
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Durante, L. Calhern. NBC 1/14/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ E. Cantor, O. de Havilland. NBC 4/15/51 (90 min.)
Command Performance w/ J. Carson, L. Horne, J. Wyman. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ G. Murphy, F. Brice, B. Hope. CBS 3/19/39
Hollywood Calling (series #33) (George Fisher) w/ B. Hope, Hugo Haas, V. Price. Synd. c.1952
Mail Call (#123) w/ J. Carson, B. Burns, V. Blaine, A. Jones. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame w/ B. Aherne. Blue 2/6/44 (1 hr.)
Soldiers in Grease Paint (all-star cast) NBC 11/25/54 (45 min.)

RAYMOND, GENE
Lux Radio Theatre “Graustark” w/ A. Sten, J. Gleason. CBS 2/8/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Smilin’ Through” w/ J. MacDonald. CBS 1/5/42 (1 hr.)
The Magic Key w/ S. Fox, R. Vallee. NBC 2/23/36 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Husband to the Month of May” CBS 11/14/46

REAGAN, RONALD
Academy Awards (P. Douglas, mc) (commentary by E. Arden & R. Reagan) ABC 3/23/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Academy Theater “One-Way Passage” Syndicated 4/3/38
Cavalcade of America “Ulysses in Love” NBC 12/12/50
Hollywood Calling (series #27) (George Fisher) w/ T. Curtis, P. Laurie, L. Horne. Synd. c.1951
Hollywood Calling (series #39) (George Fisher) w/ E. Bracken, Ken Toby, D. Reed. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Knute Rockne–All-American” w/ P. O’Brien, F. Wray, D. Crisp. 12/2/40
“Nobody Lives Forever” w/ J. Wyman. 11/17/47
“John Loves Mary” w/ P. Neal. 6/19/50
MGM Theater of the Air “Joe Smith–American” Syndicated c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Suspense “One & One is a Lonesome” CBS 3/23/50
Suspense “Circumstantial Terror” CBS 3/8/54

REDFERN, WILLIAM WARREN
Fleischmann Hour w/ M. Boland, J. Baker. NBC 10/31/35 (1 hr.)

REDGRAVE, MICHAEL
Studio One “Uncle Harry” w/ Judith Evelyn. CBS 3/2/48 (1 hr.)
Studio One “The Return of the Native” CBS 6/15/48 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Unguarded Hour” w/ N. Foch. NBC 12/28/52 (1 hr.)

REED, DONNA
Cavalcade of America “Voice of the Wizard” NBC 2/10/47’
Family Theatre “Jane Eyre” w/ V. Price. MBS 10/26/50
Hollywood Calling (series #39) (George Fisher) w/ E. Bracken, Ken Toby, R. Reagan. Synd. c.1952
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Too Many Husbands” w/ F. Sinatra, B. Goodwin. CBS 9/4/44
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ J. Stewart, V. Moore. AFRS 3/10/47
“Deep Waters” w/ D. Andrews. CBS 9/12/49

“Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51
“The Naked Jungle” w/ C. Heston. AFRS 6/7/54
“Rawhide” w/ J. Hunter. NBC 3/22/55
Stars in the Air “It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ J. Stewart, V. Moore. ABC 12/51

REED, FLORENCE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (F.R. & D. Montgomery in “Double Door”) CBS 3/27/40

REEVES, GEORGE
Lux Radio Theatre “Lydia” w/ M. Oberon, E.M. Oliver, J. Cotten, A. Marshal. CBS 9/22/41 (1 hr.)

REGAN, PHIL
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Taylor, F. Rice. NBC 9/22/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ G. Jessel, S. Tracey. NBC 9/29/38 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#328) w/ F. Gifford, T. Bankhead, Bergen & McCarthy. AFRS WWII
Paul Whiteman’s Musical Varieties NBC 3/15/36 (45 min.)

REID, MRS. WALLACE (Dorothy Davenport)
Lux Radio Theatre “Beau Brummel” w/ R. Montgomery, M. Evans, L.G. Carroll. (Mrs. W.R. is intermission
guest) CBS 7/5/37 (1 hr.)

RENNIE, MICHAEL
Lux Radio Theatre (AFRS, 1 hour each):
“The Day the Earth Stood Still” w/ J. Peters. 1/4/54 (clipped opening)
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ A. Smith, D. Crisp. 9/28/54
“David and Bathsheba” w/ A. Dahl. 10/19/54

REVERE, ANNE
Academy Award “Jezebel” w/ B. Davis. CBS 3/30/46 (first in series)
Cavalcade of America “Circus Day” NBC 4/8/46
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47

REYNOLDS, DEBBIE
Hollywood Calling (series #24) (George Fisher) w/ S. Dalbert, A. Dekker, A. Mara. Synd. c.1951

REYNOLDS, MARJORIE
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/11/47
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac CBS 5/31/44

RHODES, BETTY JANE
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/20/40 (1 hr.)
Navy Relief Program w/ W. Huston, W. Winchell, J. Louis. MBS 1/7/42

RICE, FLORENCE
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Young, J. Garland, C. Gable. NBC 5/5/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Taylor, M. Rosenbloom. NBC 9/22/38 (1 hr.)

RICH, IRENE
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)

RICHARD, CYRIL
Theatre Guild “David Copperfield” w/ B. Karloff, F. Robson, R. Burton. ABC 12/24/50 (1 hr.)

RICHARDS, ANN
Suspense “The Story of Ivy” CBS 6/21/45

RICHARDSON, RALPH (send SASE for Sherlock Holmes listing)

RICHMAN, HARRY
Harry Richman Show (Syndicated 1936-37; 15 min. each; sold in 30 min. sets of 2 as indicated)
# 1 & 2: Julia Sanderson & Frank Crumit
# 3 & 4: Eve Beck & The Modern Choir
# 4B & 5: Judy Starr
# 6: Judy Starr & 7: The Sisters of the Skillet
# 8 & 9: The Sisters of the Skillet

# 10 & 1ll: The Revelers
# 12 & 13: Connie Boswell
# 14 & 15: Pic & Pat
# 16 & 17: Lee Wiley
# 18 & 19: Cliff “Ukulele Ike” Edwards
# 29 & 21: Mildred Bailey

RIDGES, STANLEY
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ J. Hernandez. (S.R. & P. Merivale in “Valley Forge”) NBC 1/3/35 (1 hr.)

RIPLEY, ROBERT
Jack Benny Program w/ K. Smith, F. Allen. NBC 3/27/38

RITTER, TEX
All-Star Western Theatre “I Came from Texas” Syndicated 10/13/46
Hollywood Rodeo Synd. c.1945 audition program

RITTER, THELMA
Lux Radio Theatre “The Model and the Marriage Broker” w/ J. Crain. AFRS 10/6/52 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Pickup on South Street” w/ T. Moore. CBS 6/21/54 (1 hr.)

RITZ BROTHERS, THE
Hollywood Hotel w/ D. Powell, F. Langford. (features preview of “One in a Million” w/ A. Menjou,
S. Henie.) CBS 7/6/36 (1 hr.)

ROACH, HAL
Lux Radio Theatre “Voice of Bugle Ann” w/ L. Barrymore, A. Shirley, P. Hall. (H.R. is intermission guest)
CBS 7/6/36 (1 hr.)

ROBERTS, BEVERLY
Lux Radio Theatre “The Criminal Code” w/ E.G. Robinson, P. Guilfoyle. CBS 1/18/37 (1 hr.)
Studio One “The Great Impersonation” w/ L. Rainer, W. Slezak. CBS 1/27/48 (1 hr.)

ROBERTSON, DALE
Lux Radio Theatre “Take Care of My Little Girl” w/ J. Crain. AFRS 2/4/52 (1 hr.)

ROBINSON, BILL “BOJANGLES”
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

ROBINSON, EDWARD G.
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
Big Town “Steve Wilson is Shot” w/ C. Trevor. CBS 10/17/37 (first show)
Columbia Presents Shakespeare “Taming of the Shrew” CBS 8/2/37 (1 hr.)
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 3/31/43
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Blind Alley” w/ I. Jewell. CBS 2/25/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ H. Bogart, M. Hunt. CBS 11/2/41
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Jack Benny Program NBC 11/24/46
Kraft Music Hall (A. Jolson) NBC 10/7/48
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players (CBS, 30 minutes):
“The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse” w/ C. Trevor, L. Nolan. 6/5/44
“Flesh & Fantasy” w/ M. Whitty, V. Price. 7/16/45
“Blind Alley” w/ I. Jewell. 11/18/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Criminal Code” w/ B. Roberts, P. Guilfoyle. 1/18/37
“Kid Galahad” w/ J. Bennett, W. Morris. 12/19/38
“Bullets or Ballots” w/ M. Astor, H. Bogart. 4/17/39
“Manpower” w/ M. Dietrich, G. Raft. 3/16/42
“The Maltese Falcon” w/ G. Patrick, L. Cregar. 2/8/43
“Destroyer” w/ M. Chapman, D. O’Keefe. AFRS 4/3/44
“Woman in the Window” w/ J. Bennett, D. Duryea. AFRS 6/25/45
“Key Largo” w/ C. Trevor, E. O’Brien. 11/28/49
“Man on a Tightrope” 12/7/53

Mail Call (#46) w/ D. Powell, A. Miller, James Gleason. AFRS WWII
NBC Star Playhouse “ A Slight Case of Murder” 1/24/54 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “All My Sons” w/ J. Chandler. NBC 12/2/49
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Sea Wolf” NBC 2/3/50
Sealtest Variety Theatre w/ D. Lamour, J. Durante. NBC 11/4/48
Suspense “My Wife Geraldine” CBS 3/1/45
Suspense “The Man Who Thought He Was Edward G. Robinson” CBS 10/17/46
Theatre of Romance “The Woman in the Window” CBS 3/26/46 (no commercials)
We Hold These Truths! (by Corwin, Norman) (see Arnold, Edward for cast) all networks 12/15/41 (1 hr.)

ROBSON, FLORA
Theatre Guild “David Copperfield” w/ B. Karloff, C. Richard, R. Burton. ABC 12/24/50 (1 hr.)

ROBSON, MAY
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Another Language” w/ B. Davis, F. MacMurray, J. Beal. 5/17/37
“A Star is Born” w/ J. Gaynor, R. Montgomery, L. Stander. 9/13/37
“I Met My Love Again” w/ J. Bennett, H. Fonda. 5/30/38
“The Perfect Specimen” w/ E. Flynn, J. Blondell. 1/2/39
“Lady for a Day” w/ W. William, G. Kibbee, J. Parker. 5/1/39
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)

ROCHELLE, CLAIRE
Hollywood Calling (series #34) (George Fisher) w/ R. Stack, F. March, K. McCarthy. Synd. c.1952

RODGERS, RICHARD
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ L. Hart, Bergen & McCarthy, D. Ameche. NBC 5/9/37 (1 hr.)
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ L. Hart, Bergen & McCarthy, W.C. Fields, J. Blondell. NBC 6/13/37 (1 hr.)
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Andrews, Dana for cast) ABC 11/2/47
Stage Door Canteen w/ O. Hammerstein II, M. Martin, U. Merkel, B. Lytell. NBC 8/12/43

ROGERS, CHARLES (BUDDY)
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening 12/7/35

ROGERS, GINGER
Academy Award “Kitty Foyle” CBS 4/6/46
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, G. Marx, G. Jessel. 5/6/51 (90 min.)
Capture of Lizzie Stone 1940’s (audition program)
Cavalcade of America “Emma” NBC 10/10/50
Command Performance (#139) w/ D. Durbin, J. Benny, J. Cagney. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#214) w/ K. Starr, B. Ives, O. Nelson, H. Hilliard. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Front Line Theater “Vivacious Lady” w/ W. Pidgeon. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#77) w/ Fibber McGee & Molly, F. Sinatra. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Theater (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“Imperfect Lady” w/ C. Gable, M. Lindsay. 10/1/39
“Vivacious Lady” w/ F. MacMurray, C. Coburn. 4/7/40
“Lucky Partners” w/ W. Powell. 4/6/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Curtain Rises” w/ W. William, V. Teasdale, A. Mowbray. 10/12/36
“A Free Soul” w/ D. Ameche, C. Winninger. 11/1/37
“Brief Moment” w/ D. Fairbanks, jr., L. Calhern. 2/14/38
“Stage Door” w/ R. Russell, A. Menjou, E. Arden. 2/20/39
“She Married Her Boss” w/ G. Brent, E. Fellows. 9/25/39
“Bachelor Mother” w/ F. March, F. Albertson. 1/22/40
“5th Avenue Girl” w/ E. Arnold, J. Howard. 12/16/40
“Kitty Foyle” w/ D. Morgan, J. Craig. 5/5/41
“Tom, Dick, and Harry” w/ G. Murphy, B. Meredity, A. Marshal. 9/8/41
“The Major and the Minor” w/ R. Milland, Leila Rogers. 5/31/43
“Lady in the Dark” w/ R. Milland. 1/29/45
“It Grows on Trees” AFRS 11/16/53
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ E.E. Horton. CBS 9/28/35 (1 hr.) (part missing during E.E.H.’s routine)
(good minus quality)
Silver Theatre “The Captain Had a Daughter” CBS 11/27/38
Silver Theatre “True to the Navy” CBS 3/5/39
Suspense “Vamp Til Dead” CBS 1/11/51

ROGERS, ROY
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 12/7/47
GI Journal (#61) w/ Bergen & McCarthy, F. Sinatra. AFRS WWII
Kraft Music Hall (Bing Crosby) NBC 6/29/44
Lux Radio Theatre “In Old Oklahoma” w/ M. Scott, A. Dekker. 3/13/44 (1 hr.)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)

ROGERS, WILL JR.
Hallmark Playhouse “Autobiography of Will Rogers” w/ E. Arnold. CBS 2/23/50
Information, Please NBC 1/8/43
Information, Please NBC 3/1/43
Lux Radio Theatre “The Will Rogers Story” w/ J. Wyman. AFRS 1/12/53 (1 hr.)

ROMAN, RUTH
Camel Screen Guild Players “Champion” w/ K. Douglas, M. Maxwell. CBS 10/13/49

ROMBERG, SIGMUND
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) Mutual 2/20/38

ROMERO, CESAR
Birdseye Open House w/ D. Shore, V. Vague. NBC 9/27/45
Command Performance (#210) w/ B. Kay, T. Dorsey, M. Auer. AFRS
Hollywood Startime “Cafe Metropole” w/ G. Ratoff. CBS 1945
Lux Radio Theatre “Cardinal Richelieu” w/ G. & F. Arliss, H. Angel, M. Love, D. Dumbrille. 1/23/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Sangaree” w/ A. Dahl. AFRS 1/25/55 (1 hr.)

ROONEY, MICKEY
America Calling (all-star; see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Good News of 1938 w/ F. Morgan, L. Stone, R. Montgomery. NBC 3/24/38 (1 hr)
Good News of 1939 (NBC, 1 hour each):
w/ R. Young, S. Tracy, A. Faye, Father Flanagan. 9/1/38
w/ W. Beery, J.E. Brown. 10/6/38
w/ R. Young, L. Stone, S. Haden, F. Holden, C. Parker. 11/24/38
w/ R. Young, M. Korjus, R. Ingram, C. Blandick. 2/2/39
w/ R. Young, E. Cantor. (L. Barrymore birthday tribute) 4/27/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ J. Bennett, R. Lane, R. Vallee, G. Murphy. 4/9/39
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ C. Grant, J. Garland, A. Sothern. CBS 9/24/39
Hardy Family (see Holden, Fay for listing)
Hollywood Calling (series #10) (George Fisher) w/ H. Bogart, H. Duff, A. Devine. Synd. c.1950
Hollywood Calling (series #42) (George Fisher) w/ A. Lansbury, J. Hunter, M. Windsor. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Strike Up the Band” w/ J. Garland, J.S. Trotter. 10/28/40
“Young Tom Edison” w/ B. Bondi, V. Weidler. 12/23/40
“Stablemates” w/ W. Beery, N. Beery. 3/31/41
“Merton of the Movies” w/ J. Garland. 11/17/41
“National Velvet” w/ E. Taylor. 2/3/47
Shell Chateau (W. Beery) w/ Con Conrad, G. Jessel, H. Jepson. CBS 12/23/35 (1 hr.)
Shorty Bell “The Hero” w/ J. Hoyt, M. Lansing, W. Conrad. CBS 9/24/39
Shorty Bell “Story Sold to Movies” w/ E. Ross, A. Reed, J. Hoyt. CBS 6/20/48
Suspense “The Lie” CBS 4/28/49
Suspense “For Love or Murder” CBS 12/8/49
Suspense “Alibi Me” CBS 1/4/51

ROSE, BILLY
Fred Allen Show 10/25/39

ROSE MARIE
Bing Crosby Show CBS 4/25/51
Rose Marie Show NBC 3/14/38 (15 min.)

ROSENBLOOM, MAXIE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ R. Vallee, G. Cooper, D. Kaye. NBC 1/28/51 (90 min.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Taylor, P. Regan, F. Rice. NBC 9/22/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, Roland Young, B. Halop. NBC 11/2/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ C. Bennett, G. Nissen, R. Benchley, E. Flynn. CBS 5/21/39
Rudy Vallee Show w/ U. Merkel. NBC 3/14/40
Rudy Vallee Show w/ J. Barrymore. NBC 11/14/40 (rehearsal)
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ O. Kruger, M. Sleeper. CBS 6/29/35 (1 hr.)

ROSS, LANNY
Good News of 1940 w/ E. Arnold, J. Dragonette. NBC 12/21/39 (1 hr.)
Log Cabin Inn “Easy to Remember” 4/3/35
The Magic Key w/ R. Noble Orchestra, E. Sack. NBC 3/22/36 (1 hr.)
Maxwell House Showboat “Show Boat” w/ A. Hanshaw, C. Winninger. NBC 6/13/33 (‘Make Believe’
number missing) (1 hr.)
Maxwell House Showboat “Kiddie Show” NBC 1/28/37 (45 min.)

ROSS, SHIRLEY
Command Performance (#123) “Women Only” w/ C. Haines, L. Horne, F. Langford. AFRS WWII
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ Burns & Allen, M. Douglas, G. Murphy. 2/26/39
Silver Theatre “Love is Where You Find It” w/ L. Tracy. CBS 3/12/39

ROTH, LILLIAN
Chase & Sanborn Hour (E. Cantor) NBC 3/4/34 (36min. abridged from 1 hr. program)

RUBIN, BENNY
Whatever Became of . . . ? R. Lamparski. 12/2/69

RUBINSTEIN, ARTUR
Information, Please NBC 11/29/43
Information, Please NBC 10/23/44

RUGGLES, CHARLES (see also Merkel, Una for Texaco Star Theatre listing)
Academy Award “Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Laughton. CBS 6/8/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Laughton, Z. Pitts. 7/10/39
“Ruggles of Red Gap” w/ C. Laughton, Z. Pitts. 7/10/39 (dress rehearsal)
“It Happened on 5th Avenue” w/ V. Moore, G. Storm. 5/19/47 (good minus)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Amateur Contest” CBS 5/5/43
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Susie is Engaged to a Movie Star” CBS 5/43
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Taking Care of the Cats” CBS 6/23/43
Memoirs of the Movies “Nuts Among the Oranges” F.X. Bushman, host. 1959
Memoirs of the Movies “The Birth of a Boffo” J.E. Brown, host. 1959
Suspense “The Burning Court” CBS 6/17/42
Suspense “Suspicion” CBS 2/10/44

RUSH, BARBARA
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Thunder on the Hill” w/ C. Colbert. AFRS 11/9/53
“Great Expectations” w/ R. Hudson. AFRS 10/12/54
“Stairway to Heaven” w/ D. Niven. NBC 4/12/55

RUSSELL, ANDY
Jack Benny Program w/ B. Crosby, D. Haymes. NBC 3/16/47

RUSSELL, JANE
Command Performance (#138) w/ B. Hope, J. Mercer, G. DeHaven, E. Smith, J. Allyson, F. Langford,
J. Colonna. AFRS WWII
Screen Director’s Playhouse “The Paleface” w/ B. Hope. NBC 3/3/50
Skippy Hollywood Theater “High Polish” Synd. 1946

RUSSELL, ROSALIND
Academy Award “My Sister Eileen” w/ J. Blair. CBS 5/18/46
Four Star Playhouse “The Incredible Anna Lee” w/ F. Lovejoy. NBC 8/21/49
Four Star Playhouse “Paradise U.S.A.” w/ I. Grossell. NBC 9/11/49
Good News of 1939 w/ T. Martin. NBC 12/8/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, R. Montgomery, J. Marsh, M. Korjus. NBC 2/16/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ T. Power, D. Powell. CBS 6/4/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Ninotchka” w/ S. Tracy. CBS 4/21/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “His Girl Friday” w/ C. Grant. CBS 3/30/41
Hallmark Playhouse “Mrs. Parkington” CBS 10/21/48
Hollywood Salutes Shakespeare “Much Ado About Nothing” w/ L. Howard. CBS 7/19/37 (1hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “His Girl Friday” w/ C. Grant. CBS 3/30/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Stage Door” w/ G. Rogers, A. Menjou, E. Arden. 2/20/39
“My Favorite Wife” w/ L. Olivier, G. Patrick. 12/9/40
“Craig’s Wife” w/ H. Marshall, B. Bondi. 5/12/41
“My Sister Eileen” w/ B. Aherne, J. Blair. 7/5/43
“Flight for Freedom” w/ G. Brent, C. Morris. 9/20/43
“Roughly Speaking” w/ J. Carson. 10/8/45
“Mildred Pierce” w/ Z. Scott. 6/6/49 (some commercials missing)
“What a Woman!” w/ R. Cummings. AFRS 5/31/54
“Goodbye, My Fancy” w/ Robert Young. AFRS 6/28/54
Screen Director’s Playhouse (NBC)
“Hired Wife” 2/6/49
“A Foreign Affair” w/ M. Dietrich, J. Lund. 3/6/49 (1 hr.)
“This Thing Called Love” 2/10/50
“She Wouldn’t Say Yes” 6/2/50
“Take a Letter, Darling” w/ F. MacMurray. 2/1/51 (1 hr.)
“Hired Wife” w/ J. Chandler. 4/12/51 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/3/37 (part 1 of 4)
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/10/37 (part 2 of 4)
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/17/37 (rehearsal; part 3 of 4)
“First Love” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 10/24/37 (part 4 of 4)
“For Us the Living” CBS 3/26/39 (part 1 of 2)
“For Us the Living” CBS 4/2/39 (part 2 of 2)
“Consideration” CBS 2/2/50
Suspense “The Sisters” CBS 12/9/48
Suspense “When the Bough Breaks” CBS 5/3/51

RUTH, BABE
Lux Radio Theatre “Alibi Ike” w/ J.E. Brown, H. Chandler. (B.R. and his wife are intermission guests) CBS
4/19/37 (1 hr.)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Story of Babe Ruth” CBS 4/24/47

RUTHERFORD, ANN
America Calling (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) NBC 12/14/38 (1 hr.)
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
GI Journal (#108) w/ R. Young, V. Vague. AFRS
Good News of 1939 w/ L. Barrymore, R. Owen. NBC 12/15/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, L. Stone, F. Holden, C. Parker. NBC 4/20/39 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#103) w/ N. Shearer, J. Carson, N. Eddy, C. Parker. AFRS
Mail Call (#126) w/ L. Horne, King Sisters, J. Mercer, G. Moore. AFRS
Radio Reader’s Digest “Spin a Silver Dollar” 4/8/48
Theatre Guild “George Washington Slept Here” w/ V. Heflin. AFRS 9/21/52 (1 hr)

RUTHERFORD, MARGARET
Theatre Guild “The Importance of Being Ernest” w/ J. Gielgud. ABC 4/13/47 (1 hr.)

RYAN, ROBERT
Cavalcade of America “Listen, My Children” NBC 9/25/51 (good minus quality)
Family Theatre “Violets for Courage” w/ J. Wyatt. R.R. is host. MBS 11/24/48
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47(fair quality)
Lux Radio Theatre “Movie Time, U.S.A.” w/ all-star cast. CBS 9/24/51 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Beyond Reason” w/ R. Warrick. CBS 2/21/48 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Crossfire” w/ R. Young, R. Mitchum, S. Levene. CBS 4/10/48 (1 hr.)

 

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