Friendly Five Footnotes

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.


93002. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #6. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "I Idolize My Baby's Eyes." Casey Jones (Vice President of Curtiss-Wright Aircraft) speaks about experimental aircraft for military purposes. The "It's Fun To Learn To Fly" booklet is a premium available at Friendly Five Shoe Stores. The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, David Ross (announcer). 12:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

93001. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #5. Judson Radio Program Corporation. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "It's The Girl." Casey Jones (Vice President of Curtiss-Wright Aircraft) speaks about the new 1931 innovation, "the light plane." He describes the pleasures of owning your own aircraft ($1500). The "It's Fun To Fly" booklet is a premium available at Friendly Five Shoe Stores. The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, David Ross (announcer). 12:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

92409. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "Follow The Swallow." Casey Jones (Vice President of the Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Company) mentions that the United States only ranks 4th in the number of fighter aircraft. He speaks against the government budget deductions. A booklet titled, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly" is offered. The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, David Ross (announcer), Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti. 13:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

92408. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #15. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "Aye, Aye, Aye." The band blows hot with, "Nobody's Sweetheart Now." Don't miss Venuti's solo. Casey Jones (Vice President of Curtiss-Wright Aircraft) talks about Bert Hinkler, famous Australian aviator. The date is approximate. A booklet titled, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly" is offered. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, David Ross (announcer), Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti. 13:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

92407. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #14. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "Tell-Tale." Casey Jones (Vice President of The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Company) talks about "gliding." The date is approximate. A booklet titled, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly" is offered. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, David Ross (announcer), Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti. 13:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

92406. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #12. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "So Are You." Casey Jones talks about the "flight test section" of the Army Air Corps at Wright Field, Dayton. A booklet is offered titled, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly" is offered. The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, David Ross (announcer), Casey Jones (Vice President of The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Company), Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang. 13:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84138. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #10. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company (music fill for the final commercial). The program's theme song is, "I've Got Five Dollars." The first tune is, "I Know That You Know." Casey Jones (Vice President of The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Company) speaks from New York. He tells how military aircraft are designed and selected. A booklet is offered called, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly." The date is approximate. The program is mentioned as being syndicated by Transco in the December 1, 1931 issue of "Broadcasting." Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, David Ross (announcer). 12:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

74569. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #20. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company (music fill for the final commercial). The first tune is, "Sugar." Casey Jones takes David Ross for a "flight" in a Curtiss-Wright airplane over the Empire State Building. A booklet is offered, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly." The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, David Ross (announcer), Casey Jones (Vice President of The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Corporation), Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang. 13:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

74568. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #19. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company (music fill for the final commercial). The first tune is, "Who's Your Little Whoozis?" Casey Jones speaks about the increase in air passenger traffic of 6 1/2%. A booklet is offered, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly." The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones (Vice President of The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Corporation), David Ross (announcer), Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang. 13:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

74567. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #18. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company (music fill for the final commercial). The first tune is, "My Bluebird's Back Again." Casey Jones talks about Curtis-Wright amphibious aircraft. A booklet is offered, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly." The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, David Ross (announcer), Casey Jones (Vice President of The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Corporation), Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang. 13:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

74566. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #17. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company (music fill for the final commercial). The first tune is, "Ninety-Nine Out Of A Hundred." Casey Jones speaks about "modern" aircraft motors. A booklet is offered, "It's Easy To Learn To Fly." The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, David Ross (announcer), Casey Jones (Vice President of The Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Corporation), Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang. 13:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

5503. Friendly Five Footnotes. 1932. Program #7. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. "Friendly Fred" (Freddie Rich) tap dances and sings. The first tune is, "One Step To Heaven." Casey Jones comments on recent (but primitive) developments in radar. The date is approximate, one source indicates a September 1931 recording date for the entire series. This was a network show at the time, but these programs were apparently recorded for syndication. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones (Vice President of the Curtiss-Wright Corporation and "world famous aviator"), David Ross (announcer). 13:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

64657. Friendly Five Footnotes. December 14, 1932. Program #8. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "Oh, That Kiss." Casey Jones, the vice president of the Curtiss-Wright Corporation and world famous aviator, describes Pan Am's new air mail and passenger service to Buenos Aires this past November, and the new flights to the Caribbean. An enjoyable program. A booklet titled, "It's Fun To Learn To Fly," is a premium available at Friendly Five Shoe Stores. Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang and possibly Adrian Rollini are in the band. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Adrian Rollini (?), David Ross (announcer). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

64658. Friendly Five Footnotes. January 18, 1933. Program #13. Judson Radio Program Corporation syndication. Sponsored by: The Jarman Shoe Company. The first tune is, "I'll Make A Happy Landing," which features a great solo by Joe Venuti. Casey Jones (Vice President of the Curtiss-Wright Aircraft Company) talks about night travel by air using illuminated airways. The "It's Fun To Learn To Fly" booklet is a premium is available at Friendly Five Shoe Stores. The date is approximate. Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Casey Jones, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, David Ross (announcer). 13:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 14 programs.