Grand Marquee

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.


48312. Grand Marquee. July 9, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Half A Dog Is Better Than None". Sustaining. The first show of the series. Homer, a dalmatian who happens to be the most valuable dog in the world, has disappeared! Whoever has Homer's affection, has Aunt Harriet's fortune! All this is not as bad as it sounds! Beryl Vaughn, Bob Dearenforth, Bob Piron (writer), Charles Egleston, Emil Soderstrom (composer), George Stone (announcer), Herb Butterfield, Hope Summers, Jim Ameche, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Norman Felton (producer), Ray Suber. 29:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78550. Grand Marquee. July 16, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "No Room For A Lady". Sustaining. The script was subsequently used on "Grand Marquee" on July 3, 1947 (see cat. #78545). A good deed goes wrong. Jim Ameche, George Stone (announcer), Gene Emmet Clark (writer), Norman Felton, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Jane Webb, Beryl Vaughn, Emil Soderstrom (composer). 30:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48313. Grand Marquee. July 23, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Hold It, Please". Sustaining. The case of the photographer and the opera star. A romantic comedy. Jim Ameche, Beryl Vaughn, Irwin Weinhouse (writer), George Stone (announcer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Norman Felton (director). 29:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78547. Grand Marquee. July 30, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Hold That Memory". Sustaining. A psychology professor takes his work too seriously. Merwyn Gerard (writer), George Stone (announcer), Beryl Vaughn, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Jim Ameche, Virginia Safford Lynne, Seeleg Lester (writer). 30:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78304. Grand Marquee. August 6, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Wedding In Columbia". Sustaining. Jim Ameche, Virginia Safford Lynne (writer), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Beryl Vaughn, Herb Butterfield, George Kluge, Tony Parish, Norman Felton (producer), Lucille Garcia, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor). 30:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78305. Grand Marquee. August 13, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Love That Is". Sustaining. Virginia Safford Lynne (writer), Jim Ameche, Emil Soderstrom (composer), Beryl Vaughn, Rita Ascot, George Kluge, Dick York, George Stone (announcer), Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78306. Grand Marquee. August 20, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Mouse Or Man?". Sustaining. Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Jim Ameche, Bruce Cassidy (writer), Joe Gransbach (? writer), Beryl Vaughn, Rita Ascot, George Kluge, Phillip Lord, George Stone (announcer). 24:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78549. Grand Marquee. August 27, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Home Is The Sailor". Sustaining. The answer to the housing shortage? It's takes two husbands, not one! The system cue has been deleted. George Stone (announcer), Norman Felton (producer, Beryl Vaughn, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Jim Ameche, Virginia Safford Lynne (writer), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

48031. Grand Marquee. September 24, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Mexican Interlude". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo. A comedy/romance about a Mexican artist and an American actress. The script was used subsequently on "Grand Marquee" on September 18, 1947 (see cat. #78345). Beryl Vaughn, Emil Soderstrom (composer), George Stone (announcer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Norman Felton (producer), Olan Soule, Virginia Safford Lynne (writer). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78551. Grand Marquee. December 26, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Slide Rule Says Pass". Sustaining. A romance of the gridiron; brain vs. brawn. Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn, Marvin David (writer), Dave Garroway (announcer), Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 30:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48314. Grand Marquee. January 2, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Sweet Voyager". Sustaining. A romance/comedy aboard ship, as a beautiful stowaway complicates an otherwise smooth voyage. Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn, Joe Venback (? writer), Kleve Kirby (announcer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Norman Felton (producer). 29:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

48310. Grand Marquee. January 16, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "If The Shoe Fits". Sustaining. An advertising man finds himself working for a new client...a shoe store. Complications ensue! The final 27:33 of the program only. Olan Soule (host, performer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Kleve Kirby (announcer), Joe Brinsbach (? writer), Norman Felton (producer), Beryl Vaughn, Emil Soderstrom (composer). 27:33. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

65505. Grand Marquee. January 23, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Love Is A Better Word". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. A romantic comedy about a reporter who knocks on a stranger's door...and proposes marriage! Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn, Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Kleve Kirby (announcer). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78307. Grand Marquee. January 30, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "A Woman's Place". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. "A light-hearted tale of cross-country romance." Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn, Emil Soderstrom (composer), Joe Gransbach (? writer). 29:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78553. Grand Marquee. February 6, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Talk To Me". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. A young detective gets in trouble with the wrong words to a "snake doctor." Kleve Kirby (announcer), Sam Dann (writer), Harold Gass (writer), Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn. 30:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48311. Grand Marquee. February 13, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Deep Freeze". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. Wedding-Go-Round domestic comedy. Beryl Vaughn, Emil Soderstrom (composer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Kleve Kirby (host), Norman Felton (producer), Olan Soule, Virginia Safford Lynne (writer). 29:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

2438. Grand Marquee. February 20, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "A Man's Home Is Her Castle". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. A situation comedy about a feuding couple during the housing shortage. He's a ham radio operator, she collects tropical fish! Beryl Vaughn, Emil Soderstrom (composer), Gene Emmet Clark (writer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Kleve Kirby (host), Norman Felton (producer), Olan Soule. 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78299. Grand Marquee. March 13, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Pygmalion's Gal". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn, Kleve Kirby (announcer), Nelson Bond (writer), Norman Felton (producer), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78302. Grand Marquee. March 20, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "I Hear Trumpets". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn, Perry Wolfe (writer), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78548. Grand Marquee. March 27, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Mr. Pennyfeather and The Strangers". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. George Stone (announcer), Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Gene Clark (writer), Norman Felton (producer). . Audio condition: Very good, excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

78538. Grand Marquee. May 1, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The First Hundred Years". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. Virginia Safford Lynne (writer), George Stone (announcer), Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Jim Ameche, Olan Soule. 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49019. Grand Marquee. May 8, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Crazy Over Horses". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. The middle commercial has been deleted. Olan Soule, George Stone (announcer), Gene Park (writer), Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:05. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

78300. Grand Marquee. May 15, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Danger, No Obstacle". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. A famous novelist decides to meet the real underworld. Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Olan Soule, George Stone (announcer), Ralph Hunter (writer), Mary McSkiving (writer), Muriel Bremner, Emil Soderstrom (composer). 30:05. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78542. Grand Marquee. May 22, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "For The Love Of James". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. The meek shall inherit the earth? Not when boy meets girl meets publicity man! Olan Soule, George Stone (announcer), Ben Kagen (writer), Norman Felton (producer), Muriel Bremner, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

61039. Grand Marquee. May 29, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "How Now, Brown Cow?". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. A typist becomes an actress when the temperamental star quits on the playwright. This is hardly an original plot, but there are some unexpected twists. Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Virginia Safford Lynne (writer), Olan Soule, Muriel Bremner, George Stone (announcer), Norman Felton (producer). 29:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

61040. Grand Marquee. June 5, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Hex Marks The Spot". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. The manager of a bush league baseball team is surprised to find the new owner is a lady! And, she's a very suspicious lady! Ralph Hunter (writer), Mary McSkiving (writer), Olan Soule, Muriel Bremner, George Stone (announcer), Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (conductor). 29:29. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

5825. Grand Marquee. June 12, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Uncle Will and The Hot Dollar". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. A pair of bank robbers pick the house of an assistant district attorney to use for a hideout. Olan Soule. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2439. Grand Marquee. June 19, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Betty and His Wife Horace". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. A couple must change identities for a week to win a prize in a quiz show. Olan Soule, Muriel Bremner, George Stone (announcer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Gene Clark (writer), Norman Felton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78546. Grand Marquee. June 26, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Unexpected Guest". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. Olan Soule, George Stone (announcer), Joe Gransbach (writer), Norman Felton (producer), Muriel Bremner, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (conductor). 30:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78545. Grand Marquee. July 3, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "No Room For A Lady". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. The script was used previously on "Grand Marquee" on July 16, 1946 (see cat. #78550). Olan Soule, George Stone (announcer), Gene Clark (writer), Norman Felton (producer), Muriel Bremner, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78552. Grand Marquee. July 10, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Here We Go Again". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Yankee Clover. "A merry tale of love and confusion." Muriel Bremner, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Virginia Safford Lynne (writer), Olan Soule, Norman Felton (producer), George Stone (announcer). 30:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5826. Grand Marquee. July 17, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Hocus Pocus Can Be Murder". Sponsored by: Rayve Shampoo, Richard Hudnut Cosmetics. After completing a correspondence course in hypnotism, our hero gets a job with the circus. The program may be dated June 17, 1947. Olan Soule, Fred Stone (announcer), Muriel Bremner, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:47. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78301. Grand Marquee. July 24, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Sometimes You Strike It Rich". Sustaining. A man goes on a lonely journey in search of something lost. Jim Ameche, Ray Darby (writer), George Stone (announcer), Muriel Bremner, Donald Gallagher, Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor). 30:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78541. Grand Marquee. August 7, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "'Til Crime Do Us Part". Sustaining. Siamese twins at a carnival! Jim Ameche, George Stone (announcer), Gene Clark (writer). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78539. Grand Marquee. August 14, 1947. NBC net, Chicago orignation. "The Magic Wire". Sustaining. A circus performer carries a man's heart across the big top high wire. Emil Soderstrom (composer), Jim Ameche, Felicia Gazeka (writer), George Stone (announcer), Muriel Bremner, Cliff Soubier, Norman Felton (producer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Donald Gallagher, Paul Barnes. 28:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

60823. Grand Marquee. August 21, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Haunt Me A House". Sustaining. An eager real estate agent tries to sell a house during the housing shortage...a haunted house! The program may be dated August 27, 1947. Jim Ameche, Muriel Bremner, Hope Summers, Cliff Soubier, Johnny Coons, Ralph Hunter (writer), Mary McSkiving (writer), Norman Felton (producer), George Stone (announcer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106945. Grand Marquee. September 2, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "What Is This Thing Called Love?". Sustaining. A playwright has to learn about love...fast! This is a dress rehearsl recording. See cat. #78303 for a recording of the program as broadcast. No music or sound effects are heard. Gene Clark (writer), Jim Ameche, Herbert Littow (? producer), Muriel Bremner, Donald Gallagher, Elmira Ressler, Arthur Peterson, Sidney Breese, George Stone (announcer, not heard), Bernard Birquist (conductor, not heard), Emil Soderstrom (composer, not heard). 25:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

78303. Grand Marquee. September 4, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "What Is This Thing Called Love?". Sustaining. A playwright has to learn about love...fast! See cat. #106945 for a dress rehearsal recording of this program. Gene Clark (writer), Jim Ameche, Herbert Littow (? producer), Muriel Bremner, Donald Gallagher, Elmira Ressler, Arthur Peterson, Sidney Breese, George Stone (announcer), Bernard Birquist (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41895. Grand Marquee. September 11, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Remarkable Talent Of Egbert Haw". Sustaining. Possibly the last show of the series, although the program of September 25, 1947 is announced on the air as the last show of the series. The program is possibly dated September 16, 1947. Arthur Hearn, Arthur Young, Arthur Peterson, Boris Aplon, Cliff Norton, Elmira Ressler, George Stone (announcer), Jess Pugh, Jim Ameche, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Nelson Bond (writer), Viola Berwick. 30:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78345. Grand Marquee. September 18, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Mexican Interlude". Sustaining. A comedy/romance about a Mexican artist and an American actress. The script was used previously on "Grand Marquee" on September 24, 1946 (see cat. #48031). Norman Felton (producer), Muriel Bremner, Jim Hummerland, Jean Jubilier (?), Donald Gallagher, Jim Ameche, Virginia Safford Lynne (writer), Lucille Garcia, George Stone (announcer), Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

41728. Grand Marquee. September 25, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Cross Country Party". Sustaining. A comedy-romance about two engaged couples and a radio game show. The last show of the series. Jim Ameche, Muriel Bremner, George Stone (announcer), Bob Gilbert (writer), Norman Felton (producer), Arthur Peterson, Marge Calvert, Elmira Ressler, Hope Summers, George Kluge, Joseph Gallicchio (conductor), Emil Soderstrom (composer). 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 41 programs.