Garroway At Large

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.


76977. Garroway At Large. July 31, 1949. WNBQ-TV, Chicago audio. Sustaining. The first tune is, "I Want Somebody To My Own." Dave Garroway, Betty Chappell, Cliff Norton, Connie Russell, Jack Haskell, Carolyn Gilbert, Betty Star, Edith Barstow (choreographer), Charlie Andrews (writer), Ted Mills (writer, producer), Bob Banner (director), Bill Hoagland (? director). 30:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106943. Garroway At Large. October 2, 1949. WNBQ-TV, Chicago audio. Sustaining. The first tune is, "There's Something About Paris." It's too be you can't see the visuals for, "Waltz For Camera and Orchestra." All the news...saying nothing. Dave Garroway, Don Marcott (composer), Betty Chappell, Jack Haskell, Cliff Norton (?), Connie Russell, The Honeydreamers, Edith Barston (choreographer), Charlie Andrews (writer), Bob Banner (stager, director), Ted Mills (piano). 30:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77010. Garroway At Large. February 25, 1951. NBC-TV net, WNBQ-TV, Chicago audio aircheck. Sponsored by: Congoleum-Nairn, A & P (local), Bulova watch (local). The first tune is, "Abba Dabba Honeymoon." Jack Haskell, Jimmy Russell, Betty Chappell, Cliff Norton, Connie Russell, The Songsmith Quartet, Jan Scott (design), Al Scarlet (? lighting), Frank Schnepper (? technical director), Bill Healy (production supervisor), Bill Holden (director, musical ideas), Edith Barstow (staging, choreography), Charlie Andrews (ideas, intergration), Ted Mills (producer), Dave Garroway, Joseph Gallicchio (music director). 30:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2217. Garroway At Large. March 4, 1951. NBC-TV, WNBQ-TV, Chicago aircheck. Sponsored by: Congoleum-Nairn floor coverings. A good example of the "Chicago" school of TV production. A relaxed, informal variety show. The first tune is, "You Couldn't Be Cuter." Dave Garroway, Jack Haskell, Betty Chappell, Jan Scott (design), Duray (costumes), Larry Johnson (music coordinator), Frank Schnepper (? technical director), Bill Holden (direction, musical ideas), Edith Barstow (staging, choreography), Charlie Andrews (ideas, intergration), Ted Mills (producer). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77008. Garroway At Large. April 14, 1951. NBC-TV net, WNBQ-TV, Chicago audio aircheck. Sponsored by: Congoleum-Nairn floor coverings. The second anniversary program. The first tune is, "Once Upon A Nickel." Connie Russell, Cliff Norton, Betty Chappell, Jimmy Russell, Jan Scott (design), Duray (costumes), Gene Cartwright (lighting engineer), Frank Schnepper (? technical director), Larry Johnson (musical cooridination), Joseph Gallicchio (music director), Bill Holden (direction, musical ideas), Edith Barstow (staging, choreography), Charlie Andrews (ideas, intergration), Dave Garroway, Jack Haskell, Ted Mills (? producer). 30:01. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

76989. Garroway At Large. May 13, 1951. WNBQ-TV, Chicago audio only. Sponsored by: Congoleum-Nairn floor coverings. The program originates from Chicago. The first tune is, "I Love The Way You Say Goodnight." Dave Garroway, Jack Haskell, Betty Chappell, Connie Russell, Eddie South (guest), Edith Barstow (choreographer), Cliff Norton, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), The NBC Orchestra, Jan Scott (design), Frank Schnepper (? technical director), Larry Conklin (? musical coordinator), Bill Hoagland (? director), Charlie Andrews (ideas, intergration), Ted Mills (producer). 30:13. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77009. Garroway At Large. June 10, 1951. WNBQ-TV, Chicago audio only. Sponsored by: Congoleum-Nairn, A & P (local), Bulova watch (local). The first tune is, "Pretty Eyed Baby." Betty Chappell, Joseph Gallicchio (music director), Jack Haskell, Cliff Norton, Connie Russell, Jimmy Russell, Jan Scott (design), Al Scarlet (? lighting), Frank Schnepper (? technical director), Larry Johnson (musical coordinator), Bill Holden (director, musical ideas), Dave Garroway, Edith Barstow (staging, choreography), Charlie Andrews (ideas, integration), Johnny Hodges (guest), Ted Mills (producer). 30:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

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