Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine

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.


69825. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. May 26, 1932. Program #1. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Anything You Want Is Yours". Sustaining. The date is subject to correction. An actress breaks into the movies the hard way...as a Swedish maid! Nina Wilcox Putnam (writer), Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook Magazine), James Cleminger (announcer). 13:36. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

69826. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. June 2, 1932. Program #2. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "He Knew Women". Sustaining. The date is subject to correction. A woman finds romance in Bogota, but is put off by the many lovers he's had previously. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook Magazine), Virginia Harner (writer), Lawrence Holcomb (adaptor), James Cleminger (announcer). 13:15. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

69827. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. June 9, 1932. Program #3. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "The No Man". Sustaining. A Hollywood bigshot fires the only assistant he has that refuses to be a "yes" man. The date is approximate. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook Magazine), Frederick Hazlett Brennan (writer), Lawrence Holcomb (adaptor), James Cleminger (announcer). 14:10. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

10648. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. June 16, 1932. Program #4. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Pass To Peking". Sustaining. An American lady helps a Chinese coolie and gets a surprise. The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Vincent Sheean (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

10649. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. June 23, 1932. Program #5. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "The Kid". Sustaining. A swell kid "goes Hollywood." The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), James Cleminger (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

81708. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. June 30, 1932. Program #6. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "The Goat Of Private Hibbs". Sustaining. The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Peter B. Kine (author), James Cleminger (announcer). 12:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

10650. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. July 7, 1932. Program #7. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Tribal Law". Sustaining. Love and honor in the Yucatan Jungle. An excellent period piece. The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Emma Lindsey Squire (author), James Cleminger (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81709. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. July 14, 1932. Program #8. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Zunie". Sustaining. The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Ewing Walker (author), James Cleminger (announcer). 12:23. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

10651. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. July 21, 1932. Program #9. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "The Officer and The Gent". Sustaining. French hanky panky during the war. The date and program number are subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), James Cleminger (announcer), Charles Lane (author). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81710. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. July 28, 1932. Program #10. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Kiss and Jail". Sustaining. The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), James Cleminger (announcer), Arthur Summers Rouch (writer, Roach?). 12:59. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

81711. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. August 4, 1932. Program #11. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Under The Midnight Sun". Sustaining. The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), James Cleminger (announcer), Baron Fraser (author). 13:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

81712. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. August 11, 1932. Program #12. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "A Gentleman Passes By". Sustaining. The date is subject to correction. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), James Cleminger (announcer), Frank R. Adams (author). 12:23. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

69828. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. August 18, 1932. Program #13. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "You Have To Have Something". Sustaining. Romance among the vaudevillians. The old song and dance. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Virginia Dale (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 14:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69829. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. August 25, 1932. Program #14. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Hate and Twenty Cents". Sustaining. A detective from the big city finds a murder case in a small New England town. The story has an interesting plot twist. The clue seems obvious...or does it? Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), George F. Wertz (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 14:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69830. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. October 6, 1932. Program #20. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "England Shall Yet Stand". Sustaining. A brash young American's mordern sales techniques fail to impress the president of a stuffy British company. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Frederick Hazlett Brennan (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 13:50. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

69831. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. October 13, 1932. Program #21. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Night Watch". Sustaining. An exciting story about the radio operator aboard a sinking freighter. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Jacqueline Marmer (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 13:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69832. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. October 22, 1932. Program #22. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Minister Wanted". Sustaining. A man arrives at his newly purched house to find it rented to a total stranger...a beautiful woman! Then, two tough guys with guns walk in...and it's revealed that they bought the house too! Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Rebecca Stevenson (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 14:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69833. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. October 29, 1932. Program #23. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Ever So Slightly Careless". Sustaining. An American from the back woods of Kentucky is looking for war and adventure. He finds plenty of both in Dalmatia. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Charles Lane (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 14:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69834. Dramatizations From Redbook Magazine. November 3, 1932. Program #24. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. "Lazybones". Sustaining. There are one hundred to one odds against a horse that's never won a race. Edwin Baumer (host, editor of Redbook magazine), Peter B. Kine (writer), James Cleminger (announcer). 13:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

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