Forward March

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.


67622. Forward March. December 27, 1947. KMA, Shenandoah, Iowa. "Special Education: Maladjusted Children". Sustaining. A drama about a high school boy getting into a lot of trouble. A well-done dramatization about a sensitive subject. Virginia Reade Ryfug (?). 15:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51764. Forward March. 1952. Program #39. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by Eddie Fisher is, "It Isn't Heaven Without Havin' You. The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), Hugh Curry (conductor). 14:50. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

51763. Forward March. 1952. Program #18. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune is, "We Are The All-Army Team." Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), Hugh Curry (conductor). 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51761. Forward March. 1952. Program #50. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune is, "The Love Of My Life." Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Full Moon and Empty Arms." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), Hugh Curry (conductor). 15:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51760. Forward March. 1952. Program #49. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune is, "Don't Blame Me." Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), Hugh Curry (conductor). 15:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51759. Forward March. 1952. Program #40. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune is, "Dry Bones." Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "I'm In The Mood For Love." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Mark Hamilton (announcer), Eddie Fisher, Hugh Curry (conductor). 14:49. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

51758. Forward March. 1952. Program #17. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune is, "Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella." Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "I'm Yours." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Eddie Fisher, Hugh Curry (conductor). 14:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38985. Forward March. 1952. Program #56. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Who?" The first tune by Eddie is, "How About Me?" The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus, Joyce Carr (vocalist). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38984. Forward March. 1952. Program #55. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella." The first tune by Eddie is, "All By Myself." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus, Joyce Carr (vocalist). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38983. Forward March. 1952. Program #54. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "I Never Was Loved By Anyone Else." The first tune by Eddie is, "My Arms, My Heart, My Love." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus, Joyce Carr (vocalist). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38982. Forward March. 1952. Program #53. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Ole Buttermilk Sky." The first tune by Eddie is, "You." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus, Joyce Carr (vocalist). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38980. Forward March. 1952. Program #51. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Black-Eyed Susie." The first tune by Eddie is, "How Deep Is The Ocean." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38981. Forward March. 1952. Program #52. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Dry Bones." The first tune by Eddie is, "Remember." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38979. Forward March. 1952. Program #48. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "The Wiffenpoof Song." The first tune by Eddie is, "All By Myself." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38978. Forward March. 1952. Program #47. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Dry Bones." The first tune by Eddie is, "They Say That Falling In Love Is Wonderful." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38977. Forward March. 1952. Program #44. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "If I Loved You." The first tune by Eddie is, "All By Myself." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38976. Forward March. 1952. Program #43. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Blow Gabriel, Blow." The first tune by Eddie is, "Remember." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38975. Forward March. 1952. Program #42. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Ole Buttermilk Sky." The first tune by Eddie is, "Remember." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38974. Forward March. 1952. Program #41. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "The Wiffenpoof Song." The first tune by Eddie is, "Dancing Cheek To Cheek." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38973. Forward March. 1952. Program #38. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon." The first tune by Eddie is, "Any Time." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38972. Forward March. 1952. Program #37. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "The Second Star To The Right." The first tune by Eddie is, "Full Moon and Empty Arms." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38971. Forward March. 1952. Program #36. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella." The first tune by Eddie is, "Falling In Love Is Wonderful." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38960. Forward March. 1952. Program #35. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "You'll Never Grow Old." The first tune by Eddie is, "Dancing Cheek To Cheek." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38959. Forward March. 1952. Program #34. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart." The first tune by Eddie is, "You." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38957. Forward March. 1952. Program #32. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "I'll See You In My Dreams." Eddie's first tune is, "How Do You Speak To An Angel?" The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

38958. Forward March. 1952. Program #33. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "In The Good Old Summertime." The first tune by Eddie is, "Even Now." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38956. Forward March. 1952. Program #31. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first tune is, "Dancing Cheek To Cheek." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38955. Forward March. 1952. Program #30. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first song is, "Remember." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

38954. Forward March. 1952. Program #29. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "The Second Star To The Right." The first tune by Eddie is, "Even Now." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38952. Forward March. 1952. Program #27. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie opens the show with, "Downhearted." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38953. Forward March. 1952. Program #28. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "The Second Star To The Right." The first tune by Eddie is, "How Do You Speak To An Angel?" The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

38950. Forward March. 1952. Program #25. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Who Cares?" Eddie's first song is, "Downhearted." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38951. Forward March. 1952. Program #26. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart." The first tune by Eddie is, "How Do You Speak To An Angel?" The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

38949. Forward March. 1952. Program #24. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Hesitation." Eddie's first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

38948. Forward March. 1952. Program #23. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Who Cares?" The first tune by Eddie is, "Downhearted." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

38947. Forward March. 1952. Program #22. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Marching Along Together." The first tune by Eddie is, "I Hold You In My Heart." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

38945. Forward March. 1952. Program #20. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "Hesitation." The first tune by Eddie is, "Lady Of Spain." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

38946. Forward March. 1952. Program #21. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune by the chorus is, "There's No Business Like Show Business." The first tune by Eddie is, "Paradise." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

38910. Forward March. 1952. Program #19. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune is, "It's a Good Day." The first tune by Eddie is, "Unless." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, The U. S. Army Band and Chorus, Mark Hamilton (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

32863. Forward March. 1952. Program #16. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Wish You Were Here." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32862. Forward March. 1952. Program #15. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first tune is, "Everything I Have Is Yours." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32861. Forward March. 1952. Program #14. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first song is, "Full Moon and Empty Arms." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32860. Forward March. 1952. Program #13. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first song is, "Everything I Have Is Yours." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32858. Forward March. 1952. Program #11. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "You're All I Want For Christmas." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32857. Forward March. 1952. Program #10. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Lady of Spain." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32856. Forward March. 1952. Program #9. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Here Comes Santa Claus." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32855. Forward March. 1952. Program #8. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Just A Little Prayer For Me." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32854. Forward March. 1952. Program #7. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "You'll Never Know." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Joseph Gigande (producer, director), Mark Hamilton (announcer). 15:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32853. Forward March. 1952. Program #6. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Summertime." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Joseph Gigande (producer, director), Mark Hamilton (announcer). 15:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32852. Forward March. 1952. Program #5. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first tune is, "Forgive Me." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Joseph Gigande (producer, director), Mark Hamilton (announcer). 15:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32851. Forward March. 1952. Program #4. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first tune is, "The Hand of Fate." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Joseph Gigande (producer, director), Mark Hamilton (announcer). 14:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32849. Forward March. 1952. Program #2. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first tune is, "I'm Yours." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Joseph Gigande (producer, director), Mark Hamilton (announcer). 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32850. Forward March. 1952. Program #3. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first tune is, "Wish you Were Here." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher, Joseph Gigande (producer, director), Mark Hamilton (announcer). 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32848. Forward March. 1952. Program #1. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie's first tune is, "Wish You Were Here." The date is approximate. The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38986. Forward March. December 1952. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Special Christmas Program. Former Pfc. Eddie Fisher is a guest on the show, and opens with a poem called, "Why Do Bells On Christmas Ring?" He then sings, "Silent Night." The date is approximate. Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer), The U. S. Army Band and Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32859. Forward March. December 1952. Program #12. Army syndication. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Eddie Fisher's first tune is, "Here Comes Santa Claus." The U. S. Army Band Orchestra, Hugh Curry (conductor), Eddie Fisher. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40053. Forward March. 1954. Army syndication. "Special New Year's 1954 Show". Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Special civilian guest star Eddie Fisher begins with, "How Do You Speak To An Angel?" The U. S. Army Band and Chorus, Eddie Fisher, Mark Hamilton (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 57 programs.