Community Mobilization For Human Needs

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.


6394. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. October 13, 1940. Pool feed, CBS net aircheck. A program on behalf of "The Community Chest," starting with the national anthem. Franklin Roosevelt, Susanna Foster, Herbert Marshall, Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Felix Mills and His Orchestra, Chet Huntley, Charles Francis Adams (Chairman of The Community Mobilization For Human Needs). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67040. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #37 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). A drama called "Chip Off The Old Block" is featured. There's a "demand" for Community Chest contributions. The date is approximate. Edward Arnold, Hans Conried, Jane Morgan, James Bush, Carl Brewster (announcer), Diana Carlson (writer), Mildred Moore. 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67041. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #38. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first tune is, "Rosalie." Tyrone Power speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. The date is approximate. Eddie Dunstedter and His Orchestra, Linda Ware (vocal), Tyrone Power, Bud Hiestand (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67039. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #36 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first selection is "March Militaire." Spencer Tracy speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. The date is approximate. The MGM Film and Recording Orchestra, Nathaniel Finston (conductor), Spencer Tracy, Carl Brewster (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67038. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #35 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first tune is, "The Road To Singapore." Dorothy Lamour sings (possibly by transcription) and speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. Victor Young and His Orchestra, Dorothy Lamour, Carl Brewster (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67037. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #34 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). Jose Barros and His Orchestra play "Afro-Cuban" rhythms. Edward G. Robinson speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. The date is approximate. Jose Barros and His Orchestra, Edward G. Robinson, Frank Graham (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67036. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #31 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first tune is "The Penguin." George Brent speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. Lud Gluskin and His Orchestra, Martha Tilton (vocal), George Brent, Joseph G. Catanich (director), Gayne Whitman (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67035. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #30 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first tune is, "The Breeze and I." James Cagney speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. The date is approximate. Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra, Frank Graham (announcer), James Cagney, Tony Leonard (vocal), The Earbenders Trio. 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67034. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #27 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (lost spot added locally). Jeanette MacDonald sings "With Every Lonely Heart" (previously transcribed). The date is approximate. The MGM Recording Orchestra, Nathaniel Finston (conductor), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67033. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #26 (?). Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The program features excerpts from "Cavaleria Rusticana." Ray Milland speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. The date is approximate. Ray Milland, Mario Schanley, Alice Avakian, Emily Hardy, Yascha Davidoff, Gayne Whitman (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67032. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #17. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). Warren William speaks on behalf of the Community Chest. The music is possibly transcribed, as a reference is made to "this is 1938" during one of the songs. The date is approximate. Wilbur Hatch and His Orchestra, Mary Lou Cook (vocal), The Westerners, Warren William, Frank Graham (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67031. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #16. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first tune is a Strauss waltz ("Tales From The Vienna Woods ?). Cecil B. DeMille speaks on behalf of the Community Chest, as if he were introducing a story on "The Lux Radio Theatre." The date is approximate. The Paramount Studio Orchestra, Cecil B. DeMille, Maurie Webster (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67030. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #15. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first tune is "Let's Sing Again." It sounds as if the music on this program is transcribed. The date is approximate. Bobby Breen, The Hall Johnson Choir, Maurie Webster (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

67029. Community Mobilization For Human Needs. November 1940. Program #14. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Community Chest fund appeal (last spot added locally). The first tune is "Let's Make Memories Tonight." Joe E. Brown tells about how his cousin Elmer tried to inherit an English castle and nearly ended up with a bride! The date may be November, 1939 (or something else entirely). Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra, Don Wilson (announcer), Joseph G. Catanich (director), Margaret McRae (vocal), Joe E. Brown, Mel Blanc. 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

Report contains 14 programs.