Birthday

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


66859. Birthday. 1930. Program #16. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. The playback of the video discs continue, the identity of the killer is revealed. The last episode of the story. The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66858. Birthday. 1930. Program #15. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. It's Kirk's twenty eighth birthday...the fatal day! A video disc is played back, showing the events of that fateful night! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 14:01. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

66857. Birthday. 1930. Program #14. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. The secrets of Blake Glendenning are revealed. So who killed Blake Glendenning? Solon reveals more shocking secrets: a record exists of the original Delaney murder! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 14:05. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

66856. Birthday. 1930. Program #13. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. Blake Glendenning has died. Mark reveals how he knew Molly was safe. He knew about the secret passage and Glendenning's secret laboratory. Banks wasn't realy a butler, he was a radio engineer! Glendenning killed the servants and detectives. An amazing invention is described, and an even more amazing revelation! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

66855. Birthday. 1930. Program #12. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. Lucille tells of the last conversation with Sam, the colored servant who was killed. Molly is in danger. Glendenning claims victory...he's found the identity of Delaney's killer! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66854. Birthday. 1930. Program #11. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. Molly tells why she hated Dagmar Dumont, and that she knows it was a man who killed Phillip Delaney. What does all this have to do with a strange radio transmitter? The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66853. Birthday. 1930. Program #10. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. Blake Glendenning sees the photo of Molly and reveals that she is wearing a dress that she has not owned in five to six months! Molly returns, not realizing that she's been missing for days. What happened to Dagmar Dumont? She's dead! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66852. Birthday. 1930. Program #9. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. The picture is developed. It shows Molly with the dead messenger boy. She must have witnessed the murder! A second photo shows the blurred figure of Blake Glendenning, Molly's father! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66850. Birthday. 1930. Program #7. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. Dagmar Dumont, the common sweetheart of Phillips and Delaney, finally arrives (and is just terrible, she can barely read her lines). The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66851. Birthday. 1930. Program #8. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. A telegram is delivered...and the delivery boy becomes the fifth to die! Has Inspector Shaddock photographed the murderer? Dagmar Dumont reminds everyone that, "Dead men tell no tales, but money talks!" The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 14:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

66849. Birthday. 1930. Program #6. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. Molly recalls the Delaney murder, and reveals the dream of her father on that fateful night. A strange secret is revealed, the lights go out and Molly has disappeared! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66848. Birthday. 1930. Program #5. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. "The death prayer haunts and stalks!" Inspector Mark Shaddock, formerly of Scotland Yard, is now in charge of the case. The inspector insists on an interview with Molly...alone! The body of the show only, the date is subject to correction. . 13:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66847. Birthday. 1930. Program #4. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. Molly's father finally gets out of bed and predicts "murder, death and blood!" The voice speaks yet again. Two of the detectives are found dead, with no marks on the bodies...and then a third body is found. It was the colored servant, Sam! The body of the show only, the date is subject to corrction. . 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66846. Birthday. 1930. Program #3. Syndicated, Columbia Sound-On-Disc transcription. A very early syndicated program, the date above is just a guess. The name of the series and the program number were written with grease pencil on blank labels. The body of the show only, presumably the program opening, closing and commercials (if any) were on another disc or read locally. Who poisoned Banks? Molly and Kirk discuss the murder. Kirk comes from New York to work on the case. What is the strange voice that says, "Twenty eight!" Each male member of the Delaney family shll die on his twenty eighth birthday! The radio acting sounds primitive. . 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

Report contains 14 programs.