Performers S-U

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

SABU
Hollywood Calling (series #5) (George Fisher) w/ V. Mature, R. Fleming, P.L. Hayes. Synd. c.1949

SACK, ERNA
The Magic Kay w/ L. Ross, Ray Noble Orchestra. NBC 3/22/36 (1 hr.)

SANDERS, GEORGE
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ V. Leigh, L. Olivier, F. Allen, 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.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Conversation Piece” w/ L. Pons, A. Menjou. 11/16/36 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Escape” w/ P. Ward. ABC 4/27/47 (1 hr.)

SANDERSON, JULIA (see Crumit, Frank)

SCHILDKRAUT, JOSEPH
Memoirs of the Movies “The Day the Screen Screamed” J.S. is narrator. 1970 rebroadcast
NBC University Theatre “Tales of Edgar Allan Poe” 3/6/49
Treasury Star Parade “Hostages” Synd. 4/30/43 (15 min.)

SCOTT, LIZABETH
Family Theatre “The Denver Express” w/ R. Toomey. L.S. is host. MBS 8/31/49
Lux Radio Theatre “You Came Along” w/ V. Johnson. CBS 1/7/46 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Perfect Marriage” w/ R. Milland. CBS 4/12/48 (1 hr.)

SCOTT, MARTHA
Everything for the Boys “Girl on the Road” (R. Colman) NBC 3/21/44
Hallmark Playhouse “Free Land” CBS 11/25/48
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Our Town” w/ F. Craven, W. Holden, F. Bainter, B. Bondi. 5/6/40
“Cheers for Miss Bishop” w/ W. Gargan. 3/17/41
“Third Finger, Left Hand” w/ D. Fairbanks, Jr. 9/29/41
“One Foot in Heaven” w/ F. March. 4/20/42
“In Old Oklahoma” w/ R. Rogers, A. Dekker. 3/13/44
Suspense “Crisis” CBS 8/19/48
Theatre Guild “John Ferguson” ABC 9/23/45 (1 hr.) (good minus quality)
Theatre Guild “Storm Over Patsy” w/ A. MacMahon. ABC 11/4/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “The Blue Danube” CBS 4/10/45

SCOTT, RANDOLPH
Academy Award “Stagecoach” w/ C. Trevor. CBS 5/4/46
Cavalcade of America “The Vengeance of Torpedo Eight” NBC 9/20/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Pittsburgh” w/ M. Dietrich, J. Wayne. CBS 4/12/43
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Belle of the Yukon” w/ D. Shore, B. Burns, G. Patrick. CBS 2/12/45

SCOTT, RAYMOND (Quintet)
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special (see P. Douglas for cast) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr. 40 min.)

SCOTT, ZACHARY
Cavalcade of America “The Stare Tht Winked Out” NBC 2/7/49 (good minus quality)
Encore Theatre “Prisoner of Shark Island” CBS 8/13/46
Lux Radio Theatre “Saratoga Trunk” w/ I. Lupino. CBS 11/24/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Mildred Pierce” w/ R. Russell. CBS 6/6/49 (lacks some ads) (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Mildred Pierce” w/ C. Trevor. AFRS 6/14/54 (1 hr.)
Memoirs of the Movies “The Tycoons” (Z.S. is narrator) 1959
Suspense “Murder off Key” CBS 11/15/45

SEGOVA, ANDES
The Magic Key w/ J. Melton, B. Goodman, G.M. Cohan. NBC 12/29/35 (1 hr.)

SELZNICK, DAVID O.
Lux Radio Theatre “Rebecca” w/ R. Colman, I. Lupino. (D.O.S. is intermission guest) CBS 2/3/41 (1 hr.)
(no opening)

SENNETT, MACK
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) w/ J. Bennett, J. Beal. CBS 12/13/39 (1 hr.)

SHAW, ARTIE
Band remote Hotel Lincoln, NYC NBC 1/18/38
Band remote Hotel Lincoln, NYC NBC 1/25/38
Band remote Hotel Lincoln, NYC NBC 12/30/38
Hollywood Fights Back! (see Bacall, Lauren for cast) ABC 10/26/47 (fair quality)
Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands San Diego Naval Hospital AFRS 9/12/45
Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands Santa Ana Army Air Base, Cal. AFRS 10/3/45

SHEARER, NORMA
Barretts of Wimpole Street promo–Syndicated 1943 (15 min.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, E. Cantor. (L. Barrymore birthday tribute) (N.S. is heard briefly) NBC
4/27/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Smilin’ Through” w/ B. Rathbone, L. Hayward. CBS 12/17/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “No Time for Comedy” w/ W. Abel, M. Astor. CBS 2/9/41
Lux Radio Theatre “The Last of Mrs. Cheney” w/ W. Pidgeon, A. Menjou. CBS 5/11/42 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#103) w/ J. Carson, N. Eddy, A. Rutherford. AFRS WWII

SHERIDAN, ANN
The Eddie Cantor Show NBC 6/20/45
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ N. Eddy, Fibber McGee & Molly, D. Fairbanks, jr. CBS 5/28/39
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/3/42 (lacks final commercial)
Jack Benny Program NBC 1/28/45

SHERMAN, RANSOM
GI Journal (#40) w/ J. Carson, C. Lanadis, J. Colonna, M. Blanc. AFRS WWII

SHIRLEY, ANNE
Cavalcade of America “All That Money Can Buy” w/ E. Arnold, W. Huston. NBC 10/20/41
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Voice of Bugle Ann” w/ L. Barrymore. 7/6/36
“Stella Dallas” w/ B. Stanwyck, J. Boles. 10/11/37
“Come and Get It” w/ E. Arnold, L. Ayres. 11/15/37
“Poppy” w/ W.C. Fields. 3/7/38
“Confession” w/ M. Hopkins, C. Rains, R. Greene. 11/21/38

SHOEMAKER, ANN
Lux Radio Theatre “Alice Adams” w/ C. Colbert, F. MacMurray. CBS 1/3/38 (1 hr.)

SHORE, DINAH (songs by D.S.)
Bing Crosby Show w/ W. Boyd. CBS 4/4/51
Bing Crosby Show CBS 11/13/52
Bing Crosby Show CBS 11/20/52
Birdseye Open House (all shows Star D.S. & Harry Von Zell; NBC, 30 min. each):
5/3/45 w/ Fibber McGee & Molly. 11/8/45 w/ G. Marx. (lacks brief portion)
5/10/45 w/ F. Sinatra. 11/22/45 w/ G. Marx.
5/17/45 w/ G. Marx. 1/3/46 w/ C. Laughton.
5/24/45 w/ T. Bey. 1/10/46 w/ G. Marx.
5/31/45 w/ A. Ladd. 2/21/46 w/ G. Marx.
9/13/45 w/ F. Morgan. 2/28/45 w/ Ozzie & Harriet.
9/20/45 w/ J. Cotten. 3/14/46 w/ G. Marx.
9/27/45 w/ C. Romero. 3/28/46 w/ A. Russell.
10/4/45 w/ J. Colonna. 5/9/46 w/ P. Lorre.
11/1/45 w/ R. Vallee. 5/16/46 w/ G. Marx.
5/23/46 w/ R. Greene. (skips throughout D.S.’s first number)
Call for Music w/ H. James, J. Mercer. NBC 2/9/48
Camel Screen Guild Players “Birth of the Blues” w/ B. Crosby, P. Harris. ABC 1/18/51 (1 hr.)
Command Performance “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast) AFRS 2/15/44 (1 hr.)
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.)
Duffy’s Tavern Blue 10/19/43
Homage to George Gershwin w/ E. Arnold, B. Crosby. NBC 7/4/42 (1 hr.)
In Person: Dinah Shore Syndicated 3/19/43 (15 minutes)
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ B. Crosby, N. Eddy, J. Garland. CBS 12/9/45 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Belle of the Yukon” w/ R. Scott, B. Burns, G. Patrick. CBS 2/12/45
Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre “Thank Your Lucky Stars” w/ E. Cantor, D. Morgan. CBS 9/27/43
Lux Radio Theatre “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” w/ A. Jolson, T. Power. CBS 4/7/47 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#125) w/ V. O’Brien, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#132) w/ D. Lamour, J. Benny, D. Kaye. AFRS WWII
NBC University Theatre “Alice in Wonderland” NBC 12/26/48 (1 hr.)
Paul Whiteman Presents (all shows star D.S. and Paul Whiteman; NBC, 30 mins. each):
6/6/43 w/ E. Cantor, H. Busse.
6/13/43 w/ Burns & Allen, Matty Malneck.
6/20/43 w/ J. Mercer, R. Skelton.
6/27/43 w/ W. Gaxton, V. Moore.
7/4/43 w/ The Rhythm Boys (Crosby, Barris, Rinker)
7/11/43 w/ B. Burns.
7/18/43 w/ L. Holtz, J. Teagarden.
7/25/43 w/ Olsen & Johnson.
8/1/43 w/ B. Lahr, The Modernaires.
8/15/43 w/ J. Durante, Roy Bargy.
8/22/43 w/ W. Frawley, W. Gaxton, V. Moore.
Railroad Hour “Good News” w/ G. MacRae, J. Powell. NBC 10/4/48 (45 minutes)
Suspense “Frankie and Johnny” CBS 5/5/52
USO Farewell Pgm. (D. Fairbanks, Jr. is mc) w/ all-star cast. NBC 1/11/48
VFW Golden Jubilee Show w/ Bing & Bob Crosby, Dennis Day. AFRS 1949

SHRINER, HERB
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, C. Brook, E. Merman. 3/4/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, D. King, J. Davis. 4/22/51 (90 min.)

SIDNEY, GEORGE
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ C. Murray, L. Wiley, J. Blondell. CBS 7/13/35 (1 hr.)

SIDNEY, SYLVIA
Memoirs of the Movies “Requiem for a Writer” (S.S. is narrator) 1959

SILVERS, PHIL
The Big Show w/ F. Allen, D. Fairbanks, Jr. NBC 12/3/50 (90 mins.)
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 10/14/43
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) CBS 10/21/43
Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner (not a broadcast) (see Benchley, Robert for cast) 10/8/44
(2 hrs. 15 min.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 9/9/43
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 9/30/43
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 12/16/43
Suspense “The Swift Rise of Eddie Albright” CBS 4/3/47

SIMMONS, JEAN
Lux Radio Theatre “Adam and Evelyn” w/ S. Granger. AFRS 9/29/52 (1 hr.)

SIMMS, GINNY
Birdseye Open House (G.S. is substitute hostess) w/ G. Marx. NBC 4/19/45
Bob Burns Show (U. Merkel) NBC 3/24/42 (only 20 mins.; portion missing)
Command Performance (#151) w/ L. Adler, D. Lynn, A. Pearce. AFRS WWII
Command Performance 1944 Xmas special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Command Performance (#198) w/ Dennis Day, J. Durante. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Elgin 2-hr. Xmas Party (see D. Ameche for cast) CBS 12/25/44 (2 hrs.)
GI Journal (#128) w/ M. Woolley, W. Bendix. AFRS WWII
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) w/ V. Borge. NBC 11/12/42 (1 hr.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Hello, Frisco, Hello” w/ D. Powell, J. Oakie. CBS 4/3/44
Lux Radio Theatre “Road to Morocco” w/ B. Crosby, B. Hope. AFRS 4/5/53 (1 hr)
Mail Call (#111) w/ J. Durante, H. James, J. Mercer. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#271) w/ N. Eddy, Chili Williams, S. Holloway. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#328) w/ F. Gifford, Bergen & McCarthy, T. Bankhead. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame w/ F. Fay, R. Skelton. Blue 12/12/43 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ D. Powell, B. Gilbert. Blue 1/28/45 (1 hr.)

SINATRA, FRANK
America Dances w/ H. James & His Orchestra. CBS 7/19/39
America Dances w/ T. Dorsey & His Orchestra. CBS 5/28/40
Bing Crosby Show CBS 3/21/54
Bing Crosby Show CBS 3/28/54
Birdseye Open House (D. Shore) NBC 5/10/45
Command Performance “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” (see Andrews Sisters for cast) AFRS 2/15/44 (1 hr.)
Command Performance (#159) w/ F. Morgan, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
GI Journal (#61) w/ Bergen & McCarthy, R. Rogers. AFRS WWII
GI Journal (#77) w/ Fibber McGee & Molly, G. Rogers. AFRS WWII
Jack Benny Program NBC 10/8/44
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/22/48
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/2/48
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ N. Eddy, D. Shore, J. Garland. CBS 12/9/45 (1 hr.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 11/16/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “The Gay Divorcee” w/ G. DeHaven, E.E. Horton, S. Byington. CBS
3/6/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Too Many Husbands” w/ D. Reed. CBS 9/4/44
Lux Radio Theatre “Wake Up and Live” w/ M. Maxwell, Bob Crosby, J. Gleason. CBS 2/21/44 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Mircale of the Bells” w/ F. MacMurray. CBS 5/31/48 (1 hr.)
Mail Call (#104) w/ R. Vallee, F. Allen. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#142) w/ B. Hutton, V. Blaine. AFRS WWII
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Stars for Defense (#21) Synd. c.1955 (15 min.)
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 5/16/43
Your Hit Parade 12/6/47

SINGLETON, PENNY
Penny Singleton “Penny Faces a Burglar Scare”

SKELTON, RED (send SASE for The Red Skelton Show listing)
Academy Awards (P. Douglas is mc) (R.S. sings nominated song) ABC 3/23/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Avalon Time (NBC, 30 minutes each):
7/8/39 8/12/39
7/22/39 8/26/39
7/29/39 9/2/39
8/5/39 9/9/39
Camel Screen Guild Players “The Fuller Brush Man” w/ J. Blair. CBS 1/20/49
Guest Star Syndicated 7/18/48 (15 minutes)
Jack Benny Program w/ E. Bergen, Amos ‘n’ Andy. CBS 9/25/49
Jimmy Durante Show NBC 12/21/47
Mail Call (#6) w/ J. Arthur, L. Horne. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#70) w/ D. Lamour, King Sisters. AFRS WWII
Paul Whiteman Presents (D. Shore) w/ J. Mercer. NBC 6/20/43
Radio Hall of Fame w/ F. Fay, G. Simms. Blue 12/12/43 (1 hr.)
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Search for Isabel” CBS 11/3/49

SKINNER, CORNELIA OTIS
Campbell Playhouse “The Things We Have” w/ O. Welles. CBS 5/26/39 (1 hr.)
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ L. Lee, R. Armstrong. NBC 8/9/34 (1 hr.) (fair-good quality) (no ads)
Information, Please (NBC, 30 minutes each): 1/3/39 11/21/41 7/24/42 1/29/43 4/5/43
The Magic Key w/ Eugene Ormandy/Philadelphia Symphony NBC 3/1/36 (1 hr.)
Royal Gelatin Hour (R. Vallee) w/ Bergen & McCarthy, D. Montgomery. NBC 12/17/36 (1 hr.)
(good minus quality)

SLEZAK, WALTER
Lux Radio Theatre “The Fallen Sparrow” w/ R. Young, M. O’Hara. 2/14/44 (1 hr)
Studio One “The Great Impersonation” w/ L. Rainer, B. Roberts. CBS 1/27/48 (1 hr.)

SLOANE, EVERETT
Cavalcade of America “The Enemy is Listening” 6/7/43
Campbell Playhouse “The Glass Key” 3/10/39 (1 hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “20th Century” 3/24/39 (1 hr.)
Columbia Workshop (“26 by Corwin”) “Esther” w/ M. Gabel. CBS 8/17/41
Studio One “Hay Fever” NBC 6/3/47 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Alibi” CBS 7/7/57
Suspense “The Voice of Company A” CBS 8/3/58
Suspense “Blood is Thicker” CBS 7/5/59
Theatre Guild “The Royal Family” w/ F. March, M. Gilmore, E. Winwood. ABC 12/16/45 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Escape” w/ G. Sanders, P. Ward. ABC 4/27/47 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Macbeth” w/ J. Anderson, M. Evans. ABC 5/11/47 (1 hr.)

SMITH & DALE
The Big Show w/ B. Burns, J. Durante. NBC 3/11/51 (90 minutes)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ L. Calhern, Annabella. Blue 4/2/44 (1 hr.)
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel) Mutual 2/20/38

SMITH, ALEXIS
Bing Crosby Show CBS 12/12/51
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Gentleman Jim” w/ E. Flynn. CBS 2/14/44
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “My Reputation” w/ W. Morris. CBS 7/7/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Constant Nymph” w/ C. Boyer, M. O’Sullivan. 1/10/44
“Old Acquaintance” w/ M. Hopkins, O. Kruger. 5/29/44
“Submarine Command” w/ W. Holden. AFRS 11/17/51
“How Green Was My Valley” w/ M. Rennie, D. Crisp. 9/28/54
Screen Guild Players “The Constant Nymph” w/ C. Boyer, M. O’Sullivan. AFRS 3/20/44

SMITH, C. AUBREY
Canadian Red Cross Emergency Appeal w/ all-star cast. Mutual 9/29/40 (1 hr.)
Command Performance (#158) w/ Burns & Allen, M. Whitty. AFRS WWII
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Smilin’ Through” w/ L. Day, V. Heflin. CBS 7/23/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Beloved Enemy” w/ B. Aherne, M. Carroll, D. Crisp. 12/27/37
“Green Light” w/ E. Flynn, O. de Havilland. 1/31/38
“Lives of a Bengal Lancer” w/ E. Flynn, B. Aherne. 4/10/39
“Prisoner of Zenda” w/ R. Colman, D. Fairbanks, Jr., B. Hume, R. Forbes. 6/5/39 (dress rehearsal)
“Prisoner of Zenda” w/ R. Colman, D. Fairbanks, Jr., B. Hume, R. Forbes. 6/5/39 (broadcast)

SMITH, “SMILING” JACK
Academy Awards (P. Douglas is mc) (J.S. sings nominated song) ABC 3/25/50 (1 hr. 40 min.)
Family Theatre “Herbert Has Ideas” MBS 12/8/48
Jerome Kern Memorial Broadcast w/ B. Crosby, N. Eddy, J. Garland. CBS 12/9/45 (1 hr.)
Philip Morris Program w/ U. Merkel. c. 1942 (premier show)
Stage Door Canteen w/ M. Martin, Rodgers & Hammerstein, U. Merkel. NBC 8/12/43 (hollow sound)

SMITH, “WHISPERING” JACK
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)

SMITH, KATE
Command Performance (#146) w/ F. Waring, P. Bailey. AFRS WWII
Jack Benny Program w/ F. Allen, R. Ripley. NBC 3/27/38
Kate Smith Sings CBS 4/19/46 (clipped closing)
Kate Smith Sings CBS 3/30/47
Red Cross Special CBS 1/21/42 (K.S. & T. Collins are m.c.s)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

SMITH, KENT
Cavalcade of America “Double Play” w/ B. Donlevy. NBC 9/6/43
Lux Radio Theatre “Hitler’s Children” w/ B. Granville, O. Kruger. 5/24/43 (1 hr.)
Suspense “Last Night” w/ Margo. CBS 6/15/43

SONDERGAARD, GAIL
Federal Theatre Special (see Abel, Walter for cast) NBC 6/26/39

SOTHERN, ANN
Command Performance, U.S.A. Xmas Special w/ all-star cast. AFRS 12/25/48 (2 hrs.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ C. Grant, M. Rooney. CBS 9/24/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“I Met Him in Paris” w/ M. Douglas. 2/4/40
“Red Dust” w/ C. Gable. 10/6/40
“Bachelor Mother” w/ F. MacMurray. 11/23/42
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Maisie Was a Lady” w/ L. Ayres, M. O’Sullivan. 1/24/41
“A Night to Remember” w/ R. Young. 4/19/43
“I Love You Again” w/ W. Powell. 3/29/48
Maisie “Poet-Wrestler” w/ S. Leonard. Syndicated c. 1950
MGM Theater of the Air “Three Loves Has Nancy” Syndicated c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac CBS 5/17/44
Suspense “The Quiet Man” w/ W. Conrad. CBS 8/12/48
This is My Best “Miss Dilly Says No” (O. Welles) CBS 3/20/45

SPARKS, NED (see also Merkel, Una for Texaco Star Theatre listing)
Information, Please NBC 8/7/42

STACK, ROBERT
Family Theatre “World with a Fence” MBS 12/1/48
Hollywood Calling (series #21) (George Fisher) w/ J. Hersholt, A. Dekker, S. Kramer. Synd. c.1951
Hollywood Calling (series #34) (George Fisher) w/ F. March, C. Rochelle, K. McCarthy. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Mr. Belvedere Goes to College” w/ C. Webb, C. Gray. CBS 1/16/50 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “So Big” w/ I. Lupino. NBC 9/31/54 (1 hr.) (good minus quality) (no commercials)

STAFFORD, HANLEY (send SASE for Good News listing)

STAFFORD, JO
Command Performance (#206) w/ Abbott & Costello, J. Mercer. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#111) w/ G. Simms, J. Durante, J. Mercer. AFRS WWII
Savings Bond Show (all-star; see Arnold, Edward for cast) Synd. 1949 (1 hr.)
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

STANDER, LIONEL
Gulf Screen Guild Show w/ T. Power, R. Russell, D. Powell. CBS 6/4/39
Lux Radio Theatre “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town” w/ J. Arthur, G. Cooper. CBS 2/1/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “A Star is Born” w/ J. Gaynor, F. March. CBS 9/13/37 (1 hr.)
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Scenes of Love” w/ D. Lynn. CBS 4/28/43
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Amateur Contest” w/ J. Withers. CBS 5/5/43
Texaco Star Theatre (F. Allen) CBS 4/2/41

STANWYCK, BARBARA
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Command Performance (#131) w/ E. Flynn, D. Haymes. AFRS WWII
Hollywood Calling (series #26) (George Fisher) w/ E. Parker, H. Emerson, W. Holden. Synd. c.1951
Jack Benny Program (NBC, 30 minutes):
10/11/42 10/17/44
11/28/43 (clipped opening) “Dennis Dreams He’s the Star” 4/10/49
3/19/44 “Sorry, Wrong Number” 10/17/48
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Stella Dallas” w/ J. Boles, A. Shirley. 10/11/37
“These Three” w/ E. Flynn, M. Astor, A. Kruger. 12/6/37
“Dark Victory” w/ M. Douglas. 4/4/38
“So Big” w/ P. Foster, O. Kruger, F. Wray. 3/13/39
“Wuthering Heights” w/ B. Aherne, I. Lupino. 9/18/39
“Only Yesterday” w/ G. Brent, J. Wells, G. Gordon. 11/6/39
“Remember the Night” w/ F. MacMurray, B. Bondi. 3/25/40
“Smilin’ Through” w/ R. Taylor, H.B. Warner. 4/29/40
“The Lady Eve” w/ R. Milland. 3/9/42 (runs 45 mins. due to FDR’s speech)
“This Above All” w/ T. Power. 9/14/42
“The Great Man’s Lady” w/ J. Cotten, C. Morris. 6/28/43
“My Reputation” w/ G. Brent. 4/21/47
“The Other Love” w/ G. Brent, R. Conte. 6/16/47
“Sorry, Wrong Number” w/ B. Lancaster. 1/9/50
“Jeopardy” w/ B. Sullivan. 3/15/54
Mail Call (#38) w/ J. Garland, J. Benny, J.C. Thomas. AFRS WWII
Screen Director’s Playhouse (NBC):
“Remember the Night” 10/31/49
“The Lady Gambles” 12/14/50 (1 hr.)
“Thelma Jordan” w/ W. Corey. 3/15/51 (1 hr.)

STARR. KAY
Command Performance (#214) w/ G. Rogers, B. Ives, O. Nelson, H. Hilliard. AFRS WWII
Jack Benny Program “Jack Loses $4.75 at Santa Anita” CBS 5/2/54

STEIGER, ROD
Memoirs of the Movies “The Two-Minute Take” (A. Pringle, narrator) 1959

STEN, ANNA
Lux Radio Theatre “Graustark” w/ G. Raymond, J. Gleason. CBS 2/8/37 (1 hr.)

STEPHENSON, HENRY
Lux Radio Theatre “Captain Blood” w/ E. Flynn, O. DeHavilland. B. Rathbone. CBS 2/22/37 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Maisie Was a Lady” w/ A. Sothern, M. O’Sullivan, L. Ayres. CBS 11/24/41 (1 hr.)

STERLING, JAN
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Alias Nick Beal” w/ R. Milland, R. Burr. NBC 12/28/50 (1 hr.)

STERN, ISAAC
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/3/46
Jack Benny Program w/ R. & B. Colman NBC 2/16/46

STEVENS, MARK
Hollywood Calling (series #37) (George Fisher) w/ H. Bogart, G. Cooper, B. Lancaster. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “The Razor’s Edge” w/ I. Lupino. CBS 10/18/48 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Street with No Name” w/ R. Widmark. CBS 1/31/49 (1 hr.)
Suspense “The Tree of Life” CBS 1/2/47

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

STEVENS, RISE
Command Performance (#34) w/ C. Grant, Abbott & Costello. AFRS WWII
Command Performance w/ J. Carson, J. Wyman, M. Raye. AFRS WWII
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Kraft Music Hall (B. Crosby) NBC 11/23/44
Mail Call (#120) w/ B. Crosby, Garry Moore, Andrews Sisters. AFRS WWII
Rise Stevens Show 7/23/45

STEWART, JAMES (SASE for The Six Shooter listing)
Academy Award “One Sunday Afternoon” CBS 8/28/46
Bing Crosby Show CBS 10/23/52
Bing Crosby Show (J.S. is guest host) CBS 11/6/52
Cavalcade of America “Sailor Who Had to Have a Horse” NBC 11/12/45
Good News of 1938 (NBC, 1 hour each):
w/ N. Eddy, R. Bolger. 12/23/37
w/ M. Loy, W. Beery. 12/30/37
w/ R. Taylor, V. Bruce. 2/10/38
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, J. Crawford. NBC 3/2/39 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Tailored by Toni” w/ C. Lombard. CBS 3/12/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Going My Way” w/ L. Young, E. Arnold. CBS 11/5/39
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Single Passage” w/ M. Loy. CBS 2/11/40
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Shop Around the Corner” w/ M. Sullavan. 9/29/40
Hollywood Star Playhouse “The Six Shooter” CBS 4/13/52
Jack Benny Program CBS 1/9/49
Jack Benny Program “Bend in the River” CBS 4/27/52
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players ‘The Philadelphia Story” w/ K. Hepburn, C. Grant. CBS 3/17/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Madame X” w/ A. Harding, C. Tearle. 6/14/37 (clipped closing)
“The Moon’s Our Home” w/ C. Lombard. 2/10/41
“Destry Rides Again” w/ J. Blondell. 11/4/45 (dress rehearsal)
“Made for Each Other” w/ M. Hunt. 12/17/45
“It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ D. Reed, V. Moore. AFRS 3/10/47
“Magic Town” w/ J. Wyman. 12/15/47
“June Bride” w/ B. Davis. 8/29/49
“No Highway in the Sky” w/ M. Dietrich. AFRS 4/28/53 (no opening)
Screen Director’s Playhouse (NBC, 30 minutes each):
“It’s a Wonderful Life” 5/8/49
“Call Northside 777” 12/9/49
“Magic Town” w/ V. Gregg, H. Conried. 1/6/50
“Next Time We Love” w/ E. Parker. 3/29/51 (1 hr.)
“The Jackpot” w/ M. Truman. 4/26/51 (1 hr.)
Sealtest Variety Theatre w/ D. Lamour, E. Bracken. NBC 5/26/49
Silver Theatre (CBS, 30 minutes each):
“First Love” w/ R. Russell. 10/3/37 (part 1 of 4)
“First Love” w/ R. Russell. 10/10/37 (part 2 of 4)
“First Love” w/ R. Russell. 10/17/37 (part 3 of 4) (dress rehearsal)
“First Love” w/ R. Russell. 10/24/37 (part 4 of 4)
“Up From Darkness” w/ R. Russell. 10/23/38 (part 1 of 2)
“Up From Darkness” w/ R. Russell. 10/24/38 (part 2 of 2)
“Misty Mountain” w/ J. Bryan. 1/22/39 (part 1 of 2)
“Misty Mountain” w/ J. Bryan. 1/29/39 (part 2 of 2)
Stars in the Air “It’s a Wonderful Life” w/ D. Reed. ABC 12/51
Suspense “Consequence” CBS 5/19/49
Suspense “Mission Completed” CBS 12/1/49
Theatre Guild “The Silver Whistle” w/ D. Lynn. NBC 4/6/52 (1 hr.) (scratchy sound)
Theatre of Romance “No Time for Comedy” CBS 11/20/45
The Traitor Within: An In-depth Look at Cancer NBC 4/12/53
We Hold These Truths! (see Arnold, Edward for cast) all networks 12/15/41 (1 hr)

STEWART, PAUL (send SASE for Mercury Theatre and Campbell Playhouse listings)
Suspense “Passage to Banares” CBS 9/23/42

STONE, EZRA (send SASE for The Aldrich Family listing)
Jack Benny Program NBC 6/16/40

STONE, FRED
Good News of 1939 “Wizard of Oz” preview program. NBC 6/29/39 (1 hr.)
Then & Now w/ R. Montgomery, C. Bennett. NBC 9/17/36

STONE, LEWIS
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.)
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Montgomery, M. Rooney, F. Morgan. 3/24/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, S. Haden. NBC 11/24/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Rooney, C. Parker. NBC 4/20/39 (1 hr.)
Hardy Family (see Holden, Fay for listing)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Count of Monte Cristo” w/ R. Montgomery, J. Hutchinson. 2/6/39
“White Banners” w/ F. Bainter, J. Cooper. 6/12/39
“Three Wise Fools” w/ M. O’Brien, L. Barrymore, E. Arnold. 9/1/47

STOOPNAGLE, COLONEL
Duffy’s Tavern CBS 3/7/44
Fred Allen Show NBC 5/22/49
The Magic Key w/ A. Astaire, Pickens Sisters. NBC 1/12/36 (1 hr.)

STORCH, LARRY
Duffy’s Tavern 1/11/46

STORM, GALE (send SASE for My Little Margie listing)
Gateway to Hollywood “The Mountain Top” w/ H.B. Warner. 12/31/39 (45 min.)
Hollywood Calling (series #17) (George Fisher) w/ E. Parker, B. Tyler, C. Laughton. Synd. c.1950
Lux Radio Theatre “It Happened On Fifth Avenue” w/ V. Moore, C. Ruggles. CBS 5/19/47 (1 hr.) (good
minus quality)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Appointment for Love” w/ C. Boyer. 8/26/49

STRUDWICK, SHEPPERD
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) P. Lorre, J. Frisco, E. Merman, Fibber McGee & Molly. NBC 3/9/52 (90 min.)

SULLAVAN, MARGARET
Campbell Playhouse “Rebecca” w/ O. Welles. CBS 12/19/38 (1 hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “Show Boat” w/ O. Welles, Helen Morgan. 3/31/39 (1 hr.)
Fleischman Hour w/ R. Vallee, A. Faye, Shelton & Howard. NBC 11/16/33 (1 hr)
Forecast “Bethel Merriday” CBS 8/26/40
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, J. Crawford, M. Douglas. NBC 11/17/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Shop Around the Corner” w/ J. Stewart. CBS 9/29/40
Lux Radio Theatre “Petrified Forest” w/ H. Marshall, E. Ciannelli, D. Meek. CBS 11/22/37 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “The Moon’s Our Home” w/ B. Goodwin. CBS 10/9/38
Theatre, USA w/ E. Fitzgerald, J. Durante. (M.S. in scene from “Stage Door”) AFRS 4/28/49

SULLIVAN, BARRY
Lux Radio Theatre (1 hour each):
“Dixie” w/ B. Crosby, D. Lamour. CBS 12/20/43
“Do You Love Me?” w/ D. Haymes, M. O’Hara. AFRS 12/23/46
“Payment on Demand” w/ B. Davis. AFRS 9/3/51
“Jeopardy” w/ B. Stanwyck. CBS 3/15/54
“Rope of Sand” AFRS 5/31/55

SULLIVAN, ED
Duffy’s Tavern 3/5/47
Good News of 1938 w/ R. Taylor, M. Martin. NBC 6/16/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, R. Johnson. NBC 5/11/39 (1 hr.)
Jack Benny Program NBC 3/26/39
Jack Benny Program w/ E. Cantor. NBC 5/11/41
Tribute to Glenn Miller (see Berle, Milton for cast) WNEW, NY 6/5/45 (3 hrs.)

SUNDERLAND, NAN
Campbell Playhouse “The Magnificent Ambersons” w/ O. Welles. 10/29/39 (1 hr.)
Campbell Playhouse “Dodsworth” w/ O. Welles. CBS 11/26/39 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Dodsworth” w/ W. Huston. CBS 10/4/37 (1 hr.)

SWANSON, GLORIA
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ J. Ferrer, M. O’Brien, K. Murray. NBC 12/31/50 (90 min.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Cheating Cheaters” w/ G. Raft. (G.S. is intermission guest) CBS 8/31/36 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Sunset Blvd.” w/ W. Holden. CBS 9/17/51 (no commercials) (1 hr.)
Suspense “Murder by the Book” CBS 1948
Theatre Guild “Promise” w/ H. Cronyn. NBC 2/18/51 ((1 hr.) (no opening or ads; good minus)
Walter O’Keefe’s Almanac (G.S. is interviewed) KHJ, Los Angeles 12/2/62 (80 min.)

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

SWEENEY & MARCH
Command Performance (#307) w/ A. Ellis, H. Marx. AFRS WWII (unedited; c. 40 min.)

SWEET, BLANCHE
Lux Radio Theatre “Death Takes a Holiday” w/ F. March, F. Eldridge. (B.S. is intermission guest) CBS
3/22/37 (1 hr.)

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

TALMADGE, NORMA
30 Minutes in Hollywood (G. Jessel, host; all MBS, 30 minutes)
w/ E. Lowe. MBS 3/13/37
w/ Weber & Fields 10/17/37
w/ J. Garland, B. Wheeler. MBS 10/24/37
MBS 1/1/38
w/ Kalmar & Ruby, L. Wiley. MBS 1/23/38
w/ Our Gang, G. Edwards. 2/6/38
w/ B. Crabbe. 2/13/38
w/ S. Romberg. MBS 2/20/38
w/ Smith & Dale. MBS 2/27/38

TAMIROFF, AKIM
Birdseye Open House (D.Shore) CBS 1/25/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Buccaneer” w/ C. Gable, O. Bradna, C. Blandick. 11/14/38
“My Sister Eileen” w/ R. Russell, B. Aherne, J. Blair. 7/5/43
“Disputed Passage” w/ A. Ladd, Ann Richards. 3/5/45

TANDY, JESSICA
Stars Over Hollywood “There’ll Always Be a Robin” CBS 12/11/46 (clipped closing)

TATUM, ART
Guest Star Syndicated 6/24/51 (15 minutes)
Mail Call (#132) w/ D. Shore, N.K. Cole Trio, D. Lamour, J. Benny, D. Kaye. AFRS WWII

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

TAYLOR, ELIZABETH
Cavalcade of America “I, Mary Peabody” NBC 3/21/50
Lux Radio Theatre “National Velvet” w/ M. Rooney. CBS 2/3/47 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “Cynthia” w/ M. Astor, G. Murphy. CBS 6/23/47 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “Our Town” w/ W. Huston. NBC 3/12/50 (1 hr.)

TAYLOR, ESTELLE
Shell Chateau (A. Jolson) w/ B. Davis. CBS 8/3/35 (1 hr.)

TAYLOR, ROBERT
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.)
Encore Theatre “Men in White” CBS 7/2/46
Good News of 1938 (R.T. is mc; NBC, 1 hour each):
2/10/38 w/ J. Stewart, A. Jones, V. Bruce, J. Carradine.
2/17/38 w/ J. Benny, M. O’Sullivan, A. Jones, J. Conway.
3/10/38 w/ R. Montgomery, V. Bruce, R. Johnson, C. Boswell.
3/31/38 w/ L. Barrymore, M. O’Sullivan, U. Merkel, L.B. Mayer.
4/14/38 w/ F. Bartholomew, F. Rice, J. Garland.
6/16/38 w/ E. Sullivan, M. Martin.
Good News of 1939 (R.T. is guest; NBC 1 hour each):
9/15/38 w/ R. Young, V. Barrow, R. Johnson.
9/22/38 w/ M. Rosenbloom, R. Rice (R.T. is mc)
12/22/38 w/ R. Young, R. Johnson.
3/9/39 w/ R. Young, L. Barrymore, R. Johnson.
4/27/39 w/ R. Young, M. Loy, E. Cantor. (R.T. heard briefly in L. Barrymore birthday tribute)
Gulf Screen Guild Show “Song for Clothilda” w/ J. MacDonald. CBS 2/19/39
Jack Benny Program NBC 2/13/38
Jack Benny Program NBC 5/16/48 (R.T. subs for J.B.)
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Saturday’s Children” w/ O. De Havilland. 10/26/36
“Madame Sans-Gene” w/ J. Harlow, C. Rains. 12/14/36
“Magnificent Obsession” w/ I. Dunne. 4/26/37
“Broadway Bill” w/ F. Dee, G. Patrick. 4/24/39
“Smilin’ Through” w/ B. Stanwyck, H.B. Warner. 4/29/40
“Flight Command” w/ W. Pidgeon, R. Hussey. 3/24/41
“Penny Serenade” w/ B. Stanwyck, B. Bondi. 4/27/42
“The Philadelphia Story” w/ L. Young, Robt. Young. 6/14/43
“Undercurrent” w/ K. Hepburn. 10/6/47
“Westward, the Women” w/ D. Darcel. AFRS 12/29/52
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) ABC 2/18/48 (good minus quality)
Suspense “The Argyle Album” CBS 12/13/45
Suspense “Four Hours to Kill” CBS 1/12/50
Theatre of Romance “Magnificent Obsession” CBS 12/4/45

TEAGARDEN, JACK
Command Performance (#157) w/ L. Darnell, J. Durante, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Paul Whiteman Presents w/ D. Shore, L. Holtz. NBC 7/18/43

TEARLE, CONWAY
Lux Radio Theatre “Madame X” w/ A. Harding, J. Stewart. CBS 6/14/37 (1 hr.) (clipped closing)

TEASDALE, VERREE
Lux Radio Theatre “The Curtain Rises” w/ G. Rogers, W. William, A. Mowbray. CBS 10/12/36 (1 hr.)

TEMPLE, SHIRLEY
America Calling (all-star; see Benny, Jack for cast) NBC & CBS 2/8/41 (90 min.)
Family Theatre “Christmas in July” MBS 7/29/48
Family Theatre “A Daddy for Xmas” w/ P. O’Brien. S.T. is host. MBS 12/15/48
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “The Blue Bird” w/ N. Eddy. CBS 12/24/39 (lacks first portion; only 23 min.)
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Adorable” w/ C. Coburn. 10/28/46
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“The Littlest Rebel” w/ C. Rains, P. Foster. 10/14/40
“Captain January” w/ C. Winninger, G. Lockhart. 1/27/41
“Kathleen” w/ H. Marshall, F. Gifford. 12/27/43
“The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer” w/ C. Grant. 6/13/49
Theatre of Romance “The Cradle Song” CBS 1/29/46

TEMPLETON, ALEC
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) w/ B. Lillie. ABC 5/26/48
Radio Hall of Fame w/ J. Durante, J. Fontaine. Blue 2/13/44 (1 hr.)

TERRY, PHILIP
Skippy Hollywood Theater “Murder Deferred” Synd. 1946

THAXTER, PHYLLIS
Lux Radio Theatre “Close to My Heart” w/ R. Milland. AFRS 3/2/53 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “The Bishop’s Wife” w/ C. Grant. AFRS 5/11/53 (1 hr.)
Lux Radio Theatre “I Confess” w/ C. Grant. AFRS 9/21/53 (1 hr.)

THOMAS, DANNY
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, J. Ferrer. NBC 11/5/50 (90 min.) (premiere)
Family Theatre “Story of Joyce Kilmer” w/ A. Totter, R. Basehart. D.T. is host. MBS 8/17/49
Mail Call (#129) w/ J. Allyson, Ozzie & Harriet. AFRS WWII
Radio Hall of Fame w/ G. Fields, Andrews Sisters. Blue 3/5/44 (1 hr.)
USO Farewell Program D. Fairbanks, Jr. (mc) w/ all-star cast. NBC 1/11/48

THOMAS, FRANKIE
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (F.T., W. Hampden, L.H. Crews in “The Goose Hangs
High” CBS 12/20/39 (1 hr.)

THOMAS, JOHN CHARLES
Eddie Cantor Show NBC 4/1/42
Family Theatre “Man With a Plow” MBS 5/25/49
Jack Benny Program NBC 10/15/44
John Charles Thomas Show w/ J. Nesbitt. AFRS 1/7/46
Mail Call (#38) w/ J. Garland, J. Benny, B. Stanwyck. AFRS WWII
NBC Hollywood Studio Opening (see Etting, Ruth for cast) NBC 12/7/35 (2 hr. 30 min.)
Philco Radio Time (B. Crosby) w/ A. Jolson. AFRS 5/21/47
Songs That Never Die KFI, LA 12/18/60 (45 min.) (phonograph records: memorial tribute to J.C.T.)

THOMPSON, KAY
Radio Hall of Fame w/ C. Miranda, J. Durante. Blue 1/21/45 (1 hr.)
Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Special (see P. Douglas for cast) CBS 6/12/37 (1 hr. 40 min.)
THOMPSON, MARSHALL
Hollywood Calling (series #41) (George Fisher) w/ Arthur Franz, R. Toomey, J. Derek. Synd. c.1952

THORBORG, KERSTEN
The Magic Key w/ G. Lawrence, W. Damrosch. NBC 2/7/37 (1 hr.)

TIBBETT, LAWRENCE
Lux Radio Theatre “Naughty Marietta” w/ H. Jepson. CBS 3/28/38 (1 hr.)

TIERNEY, GENE
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Laura” w/ D. Andrews, D. Bruce, C. Webb. CBS 8/20/45
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Laura” w/ D. Andrews, V. Price. 2/5/45
“Amazing Mrs. Holiday” w/ W. Brennan, E. O’Brien. AFRS 3/4/46
“Dragonwyck” w/ V. Price. 10/7/46 (no commercials) (clipped closing)
Radio Reader’s Digest “The Gift of the Magi” CBS 3/20/47
Theatre Guild “The First Year” w/ D. Wayne. ABC 3/23/47 (1 hr.)
Theatre Guild “The Age of Innocence” w/ A. Kennedy. ABC 4/20/47 (1 hr.)

TIERNEY, LAWRENCE
Lux Radio Theatre “The Petrified Forest” w/ R. Colman. CBS 4/23/45 (1 hr.)

TILDEN, BILL
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ J. Garland, Patsy Kelly. NBC 11/16/35 (1 hr.)

TILTON, MARTHA (send SASE for Fibber McGee & Molly listing)
Benny Goodman Music Festival (#1) 7/1/46 AFRS
Bing Crosby Chesterfield Show 6/6/51
Camel Caravan w/ B. Goodman, J. Mercer. CBS 2/7/39
Camel Caravan w/ B. Goodman, J. Mercer. CBS 2/14/39
Command Performance (#139) w/ D. Durbin, J. Benny, G. Rogers, J. Cagney. AFRS WWII
Command Performance (#150) AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#267) w/ G. Marx, A. Jones, J. Powell. AFRS WWII
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac w/ L. Bari. CBS 6/28/44

TIM AND IRENE (RYAN)
Shell Chateau (W. Beery, mc) w/ D. Durbin, J. Cooper. NBC 12/28/35 (1 hr.)

TOBIAS, GEORGE
Cavalcade of America “Schoolhouse at the Front” NBC 7/19/43
Cavalcade of America “US Pilgrims” NBC 11/24/47

TOKATYAN, ARMAND
The Magic Key w/ Lum & Abner, D. Giannini. NBC 2/16/36 (1 hr.)

TONE, FRANCHOT
Cavalcade of America “The Will to Conquer Distance” CBS 10/16/35
Cavalcade of America “Venture in Silk Hat” NBC 1/14/46
Encore Theatre “Dark Victory” w/ S. Peters. CBS 7/30/46
Information, Please NBC 2/28/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Chained” w/ J. Crawford. 7/27/36
“Mary of Scotland” w/ J. Crawford, J. Anderson. 5/10/37
“Each Dawn I Die” w/ G. Raft, L. Bari. 3/22/43
“Five Graves to Cairo” w/ A. Baxter, O. Preminger. 12/12/43
“The Hard Way” w/ M. Hopkins, A. Baxter, C. Morris. 3/20/44
Memoirs of the Movies “The Film Factories” (F.T. is narrator) 1959
MGM Theater of the Air “His Brother’s Wife” Syndicated c. 1950 (1 hr.)
Silver Theatre “Hollywood Legend” w/ R. Johnson. CBS 11/6/38
Studio One “The Kimballs” CBS 4/6/48 (1 hr.)
Studio One “One Foot in Heaven” CBS 6/1/48 (1 hr.)
Texaco Star Theatre (K. Murray, F. Langford) (F.T. & G. Farrell in “Candle Light”) CBS 11/22/39 (1 hr.)

TOOMEY, REGIS
Family Theatre “Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye” w/ O. Nelson, H. Hilliard. R.T. is host. MBS 6/5/47
Family Theatre “The Denver Express” w/ Jean Ruth. MBS 8/31/49
Hollywood Calling (series #41) (George Fisher) w/ Arthur Franz, M. Thompson, J. Derek. Synd. c.1952
Lux Radio Theatre “Irene” w/ J. MacDonald. CBS 6/29/36 (1 hr.)

TOREN, MARTA
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Casbah” w/ T. Martin. NBC 7/22/49

TORME, MEL
Command Performance (#197) w/ E. Cantor, L. Darnell. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#271) w/ Chili Williams, N. Eddy, S. Holloway. AFRS WWII
Spotlight Revue (Spike Jones) 4/9/48
Swing Time w/ June Hutton, Meltones AFRS c.1948 (15 min.)

TOTTER, AUDREY
Family Theatre “Story of Joyce Kilmer” w/ R. Basehart. Danny Thomas is host. MBS 8/17/49
Lux Radio Theatre “Lady in the Lake” w/ R. Montgomery. CBS 2/9/48 (1 hr.)
Screen Guild Players “Champagne for Caesar” w/ R. Colman, B. Britton. CBS 10/5/50 (1 hr.)

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

TRACY, LEE
Proudly We Hail “April at Capernum” AFRS 6/10/51
Proudly We Hail “Straight and Level” AFRS 6/17/51
Proudly We Hail “Story at Tenderek” AFRS 6/24/51
Proudly We Hail “3 Planes for Cairo” AFRS 7/1/51
Silver Theatre “Love is Where You Find It” w/ S. Ross. CBS 3/12/39

TRACY, SPENCER
Chase & Sanborn Hour w/ E. Arnold, Bergen & McCarthy. NBC 7/24/38 (1 hr.)
Command Performance 1944 Xmas Special (see Allen, Fred for cast) AFRS 12/25/44 (2 hr. 15 min.)
Good News of 1939 w/ R. Young, M. Roonsey. NBC 9/1/38 (1 hr.)
Good News of 1939 w/ G. Jessel, R. Johnson, P. Regan. NBC 9/29/38 (1 hr.)
Gulf Screen Guild Theater “Ninotchka” w/ R. Russell. CBS 4/21/40
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Men in White” w/ V. Bruce, F. Farmer. 1/4/37
“Arrowsmith” w/ F. Wray, Helen Wood. 10/25/37
“A Man’s Castle” w/ L. Young, A. Hohl. 3/27/39 (dress rehearsal)
“Dark Victory” w/ B. Davis. 1/8/40
“A Man’s Castle” w/ I. Bergman, A. Hohl. 12/1/41

TRAUBEL, HELEN
Bell Telephone Hour (#53) AFRS WWII

TREACHER, ARTHUR (send SASE for The Smiths of Hollywood listing)
Command Performance (#157) w/ J. Durante, L. Darnell. AFRS WWII
Fred Allen Show NBC 11/7/48
GI Journal (#98) w/ J. Blondell, R. Benchley. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#91) w/ J. Durante, B. Crosby, J. Garland. AFRS WWII
Mail Call (#145) w/ B. Grable, G. Jessel, Mills Brothers. AFRS WWII (muddy sound second half)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ C. Miranda, J. Durante. Blue 1/21/45 (1 hr.)

TREVOR, CLAIRE
Academy Award “Stagecoach” w/ R. Scott. CBS 5/4/46
Big Town “Steve Wilson is Shot” w/ E.G. Robinson. CBS 10/19/37
Command Performance “Victory Extra” (see Barrymore, Lionel for cast) AFRS 8/14/45 (2 hrs.)
Hollywood Calling (series #23) (George Fisher) w/ P. Dow, J. Hayward, M. Hopkins. Synd. c.1951
Hollywood Calling (series #29) (George Fisher) w/ M. Ferrer, S. Forrest, E. Dmytryk. Synd. c.1951
Lady Esther Screen Guild Players “Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse’ w/ E.G. Robinson, L. Nolan. CBS 6/5/44
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Bordertown” w/ D. Ameche, J. Bennett. 7/3/39
“Dust Be My Destiny” w/ J. Garfield. 4/14/41
“Murder, My Sweet” w/ D. Powell, J. Duprez. 6/11/45
“Murder, My Sweet” w/ D. Powell, J. Duprez. 6/11/45 (dress rehearsal)
“Key Largo” w/ E.G. Robinson, E. O’Brien. 11/28/49
“Mildred Pierce” w/ Z. Scott. AFRS 6/14/51
Lux Summer Theatre “One Last September” AFRS 8/31/53
Mail Call (#139) w/ J. Carson, D. Powell, E. Logan. AFRS WWII
Mayor of the Town (L. Barrymore) “Toni Falls for a Captain” CBS 6/30/43
NBC Theatre (Screen Director’s Playhouse) “Stagecoach” w/ J. Wayne, W. Bond. 1/9/49 (first in series)
Radio Reader’s Digest “Two for a Penny” CBS 10/31/46
Suspense “Tale of Two Sisters” w/ N. Kelly. CBS 2/8/45
Suspense “The Plan” CBS 5/16/46
Suspense “The Blue Hour” CBS 9/25/47
Suspense “The Light Switch” CBS 5/12/49
Theatre Guild “The Farmer Takes a Wife” w/ W. Holden. AFRS 2/2/50 (1 hr.)
Theatre of Romance “Kid Galahad” w/ W. Morris. CBS 1/22/46

TRUEX, ERNEST
Fleischmann Hour (R. Vallee) w/ L. Holtz, Mrs. E. Truex. 8/23/34 (1 hr.)

TRUMAN, MARGARET
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, E. Merman. NBC 3/4/51 (90 min.)
The Big Show (T. Bankhead) w/ F. Allen, G. Marx. NBC 5/6/51 (90 min.)
Screen Director’s Playhouse “Jackpot” w/ J. Stewart. 4/26/51 (1 hr.)

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

TUCKER, RICHARD
Chicago Theater of the Air “Carmen” 2/1/47

TUCKER, SOPHIE
Danny Kaye Show 1945
Good News of 1938 w/ R.Z. Leonard, B. Ebsen, J. Garland, J. MacDonald, A. Jones. NBC 11/4/37 (1 hr.)
Radio Hall of Fame w/ P. Muni, R. Haydn. Blue 4/30/44 (1 hr.)

TUFTS, SONNY
Bing Crosby Show NBC 7/27/44
Lux Radio Theatre “So Proudly We Hail” w/ C. Colbert, P. Goddard, V. Lake. CBS 11/1/43 (dress
rehearsal) (1 hr.)
Suspense “Cat and Mouse” CBS 3/30/44

TUNNEY, GENE
Information, Please NBC 5/9/41
Lux Radio Theatre “Kid Galahad” w/ E.G. Robinson, J. Bennett, W. Morris. G.T. & J. Dempsey are
intermission guests. CBS 12/19/38

TURNER, LANA
Academy Award “Vivacious Lady” CBS 8/14/46
Charlie McCarthy Show NBC 11/6/47
Lux Radio Theatre (CBS, 1 hour each):
“Devil & Miss Jones” w/ L. Barrymore. 1/19/42
“Slightly Dangerous” w/ V. Mature. CBS 10/25/43
“Honky Tonk” w/ J. Hodiak. AFRS 4/8/46
“Green Dolphin Street” w/ V. Heflin, P. Lawson. 9/19/49
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac CBS c.1942
Orson Welles’ Radio Almanac w/ K. Wynn. CBS 7/5/44
Suspense “Fear Paints a Picture” CBS 5/3/45
Suspense “The Flame Blue Glare” CBS 12/15/49

TWELVETREES, HELEN
Lux Radio Theatre “One Sunday Afternoon” w/ J. Oakie. 8/24/36 (1 hr.)

TYLER, BEVERLY
Hollywood Calling (series #17) (George Fisher) w/ E. Parker, C. Laughton, G. Storm. Synd. c.1950

 

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