For The Living

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.


36396. For The Living. 1950. Program #F. American Cancer Society syndication. "The Seven Symptoms". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A program pointing out the dangers of ignoring nature's warning signals. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36390. For The Living. 1950. Program #B. American Cancer Society syndication. "Frauds and Superstitions". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A dramatization of some of the fraudulent cancer cures, and how to avoid them. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson, Gerald Mohr, Hans Conried. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36389. For The Living. 1950. Program #I. American Cancer Society syndication. Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. The story of research now being conducted to find the cause of cancer. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson, Hans Conried, Ray Collins (narrator). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36388. For The Living. 1950. Program #H. American Cancer Society syndication. Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A headache brings a woman to her doctor for a checkup, who finds an early cancer...early enough to be cured! The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Herbert Rawlinson, Lurene Tuttle, Gerald Mohr, Jeff Alexander and His Orchestra, Lyn Murray (conductor). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33836. For The Living. 1950. Program #M. American Cancer Society syndication. "By-Products Of The Atom". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A greater power for curing cancer may come from the power of the atom. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Sam Jaffe, Lyn Murray (conductor), Hugh Chain (writer, producer), Jay Felipe (? composer). 14:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33835. For The Living. 1950. Program #L. American Cancer Society syndication. "Cancer In Women". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A woman who thinks her life is finished has a surprise in store. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Lurene Tuttle, Lyn Murray (conductor). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33834. For The Living. 1950. Program #K. American Cancer Society syndication. "What Are We Fighting". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A reporter covers a story of suicide by neglect. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Donald Woods, Ed Begley, Hugh Chain (writer, producer), Frederick Steiner (composer), Lyn Murray (conductor). 14:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33833. For The Living. 1950. Program #J. American Cancer Society syndication. "The Power Of The X-Ray". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A little girl's impatience with putting things off saves a procrastinating Nanny's life. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Verna Felton, Gerald Mohr, Hugh Chain (writer, producer), Castelnuevo Tabasco (? composer), Lyn Murray (conductor). 14:23. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33832. For The Living. 1950. Program #G. American Cancer Society syndication. "The Weapon Of Surgery". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A man's nightmares are proven groundless even through the suffering is real enough! The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), John Brown, Lurene Tuttle, Lyn Murray (conductor), Hugh Chain (writer, director), Nathan Van Cleve (composer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33831. For The Living. 1950. Program #E. American Cancer Society syndication. "Radium Against Cancer". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A domineering woman finds that stubborness will accomplish nothing, and that sometimes money has no power at all. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Anne Revere, Lyn Murray (conductor), Hugh Chain (writer, director), Franklin Marx (composer). 14:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33830. For The Living. 1950. Program #D. American Cancer Society syndication. "Cancer, Cause For Hope". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A reporter researching the story of a white shirt finds a much bigger story. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Michael O'Shea, Lyn Murray (conductor), David Raxon (composer), Hugh Chain (writer, director). 14:24. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33829. For The Living. 1950. Program #C. American Cancer Society syndication. "The Why Of Cancer". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. Sometimes letting nature take its course isn't the wisest policy. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Gene Lockhart. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33828. For The Living. 1950. Program #A. American Cancer Society syndication. "Cancer In Men". Sponsored by: American Cancer Society fund appeal. A story of murder, and a delayed death sentence. The date is approximate. Edward G. Robinson (narrator), Joan Beal, Gerald Mohr, Lyn Murray (conductor). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

Report contains 13 programs.