Dick and Jeannie

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.


44470. Dick and Jeannie. 1947. Program #70,71,72. Harry Jacobs Productions syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Three different five-minute programs. Excruciatingly slow plot development as Jeannie continues to prepare for her audition. Phyllis Creore, Roy Williams, Henry Sylvern (organist), Margaret Sangster (writer). 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44469. Dick and Jeannie. 1947. Program #67,68,69. Harry Jacobs Productions syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Three different five-minute programs. Romance and a song of love. Jeannie gets ready for her big audition. Phyllis Creore, Roy Williams, Henry Sylvern (organist), Margaret Sangster (writer). 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38145. Dick and Jeannie. 1947. Program #154,155,156. Harry Jacobs Productions syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Three five-minute shows. Dick is to sing on the radio, is Jeannie jealous of Dick's new job, the unfinished song by Victor Herbert. Phyllis Creore, Roy Williams, Henry Sylvern (organist), Margaret Sangster (writer). 15:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

38144. Dick and Jeannie. 1947. Program #151,152,153. Harry Jacobs Productions syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Three five-minute shows with minimal plot. The new apartment, the beach party, ghost singers. Phyllis Creore, Roy Williams, Henry Sylvern (organist), Margaret Sangster (writer). 14:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

22123. Dick and Jeannie. 1947. Program #1,2,3,4,5. Harry Jacobs Productions syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Harry Jacobs Productions, Broadway, New York. A well-done five-minute format about a boy and girl trying to break into radio, but get only as far as a tour guide and elevator operator. Both want to be singers and use this as an excuse to break into songs once or twice during each show. Phyllis Creore, Roy Williams (not "Ray Williams" as sometimes listed), Henry Sylvern and His Orchestra, Margaret Sangster (writer). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 5 programs.