Flight With Music

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.


107684. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #1. Rensie watch syndication, World lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Georgia. Marion is billed as, "Your Musical Stewardess." The first tune is, "Georgia." A little bit of, "'Til The End Of Time" sneaks into the themes and transitions. Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. The series ran for at least 39 episodes. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Bob Eberly (guest, spelled "Eberle" on the label). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107685. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #2. Rensie watch syndication, World lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Texas. The first tune is, "The Eyes Of Texas Are Upon You." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. The date of "September 8" is written on the transcription label (in crayon)! Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Miguelito Valdez (guest). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107686. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #3. Rensie watch syndication, World lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Maryland. The first tune is, "Maryland, My Maryland." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Danny O'Neil (guest). 14:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107687. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #4. Rensie watch syndication, World lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over New York. The first tune is, "Broadway Melody." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York, Inc. An announcement is made that the time of next week's program will change due to the end of daylight savings time. This would indictate a series recorded as it was broadcast live, or a series with a specific dated broadcast schedule. Daylight time ended on September 29 in 1946, dating this show late in September, 1946 Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), The Phil Moore Four (guests). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107688. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #5. Rensie watch syndication, World lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Massachusetts. The first tune is, "The Boston Tea Party." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. The transcription is rubber stamped October 6, 1946. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Desi Arnaz (guest). 14:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107689. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #6. Rensie watch syndication, World lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over South Carolina. The first tune is, "Charleston." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Ray Eberle (guest). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107690. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #7. Rensie watch syndication, World-Finley lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Ohio. The first tune is, "Down By The O-Hi-O." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York, Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), The Clark Sisters (guests). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107691. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #8. Rensie watch syndication, World-Finley lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Connecticut. The first tune is, "Boola, Boola." The transcription is marked "WGY, October 20, 1946" (in pencil). Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Jerry Wayne (guest), Herb Hyman (preparer), Sylvan Taplinger (director). 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107692. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #9. Rensie watch syndication, World-Finley lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Arkansas. The first tune is, "The Arkansas Traveler." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Tony Pastor (guest), Herb Hyman (preparer), Sylvan Taplinger (director). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107693. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #10. Rensie watch syndication, World-Finley lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Virginia. The first tune is, "Carry Me Back To Old Virginny." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Danny O'Neil (guest), Herb Hyman (preparer), Sylvan Taplinger (director). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107694. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #11. Rensie watch syndication, World-Finley lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Idaho. The first tune is, "Idaho." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Tito Guizar (guest), Herb Hyman (preparer), Sylvan Taplinger (director). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107695. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #12. Rensie watch syndication, World-Finley lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over North Carolina. The first tune is, "Carolina In The Morning." Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Desi Arnaz (guest), Herb Hyman (preparer), Sylvan Taplinger (director). 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107696. Flight With Music. 1946. Program #13. Rensie watch syndication, World-Finley lateral transcription. Sponsored by: Rensie watches. A pop music show, supposedly taking place on a "superliner" flying over Florida. The first tune is, "Miami Shore." The transcription is rubber stamped, "December, 1946." There were at least 39 programs in the series. Produced by Weiss and Geller, New York Inc. Marion Hutton, Nat Brusiloff and His Orchestra, Herb Sheldon (announcer), Johnny Desmond (guest), Herb Hyman (preparer), Sylvan Taplinger (director). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 13 programs.