The Cinnamon Bear

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.


78343. The Cinnamon Bear. 1937. TransAmerican syndication. A sales presentation program. Bud Hiestand introduces the producer of the series, Lindsay MacHarrie, who desribes the program and tells how it came about. The series was later syndicated by Bruce Eells syndication and others. The actor who played "Jimmy," one of the leads, seems to be a mystery. The date is approximate. Bud Hiestand, Lindsay MacHarrie, Barbara Jean Wong, Buddy Duncan. 15:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7421. The Cinnamon Bear. November 29, 1937. Program #1. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Paddy O'Cinnamon". Music fill for local commercial insert. Judy and Jimmy meet the Cinnamon Bear and decide to catch the Crazy Quilt Dragon who has taken the silver Christmas Star. Not every performer appears on every episode. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Felix Mills (music), Bud Thompson, Joseph Du Val, Glanville Heisch (writer), Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7422. The Cinnamon Bear. November 30, 1937. Program #2. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Weary Willie". Music fill for local commercial insert. After de-growing, Jimmy and Judy take off in the Bear's airplane, but become stranded in Looking Glass Valley. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Felix Mills (music), Glanville Heisch (writer), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7423. The Cinnamon Bear. December 1, 1937. Program #3. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Crazy Quilt Dragon". Music fill for local commercial insert. After Weary Willie flies Jimmy and Judy to the Dragon, the Dragon jumps into the Root Beer Ocean and loses the Silver Star! Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7424. The Cinnamon Bear. December 2, 1937. Program #4. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "The Inkaboos". Music fill for local commercial insert. Judy, Jimmy, and the Cinnamon Bear are captured by the Inkaboos and taken to their king, who orders them thrown down the immense inkwell! Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7425. The Cinnamon Bear. December 3, 1937. Program #5. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Weasley, The Wailing Whale". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Crazy Quilt Dragon comes to the rescue with scissor soldiers, but a whale swallows the Silver Star! Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7426. The Cinnamon Bear. December 4, 1937. Program #6. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Samuel Seal". Music fill for local commercial insert. Samuel the Seal (Slim Pickens) wakes up the whale, who has indigestion, but the Star is taken by Penelope Pelican. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Slim Pickens, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7427. The Cinnamon Bear. December 5, 1937. Program #7. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Presto The Magician". Music fill for local commercial insert. Presto the Magician captures the Pelican, but pirates surround them. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Verna Felton, Elvia Allman, Buddy Duncan, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7428. The Cinnamon Bear. December 6, 1937. Program #8. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Candy Pirates". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Candy Pirates take Judy and Jimmy to the Island of Obie. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25192. The Cinnamon Bear. December 7, 1937. Program #9. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Roly-Poly Policeman". Music fill for local commercial insert. A confrontation with the Roly-Poly Policeman. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Buddy Duncan, Felix Mills (music), Verna Felton, Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25193. The Cinnamon Bear. December 8, 1937. Program #10. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Professor Whiz". Music fill for local commercial insert. After a meeting with an educated owl, the Fraidy Cat is on the trail of the Wintergreen Witch. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25194. The Cinnamon Bear. December 9, 1937. Program #11. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Fee Fo, The Gentle Giant". Music fill for local commercial insert. Fee Fo, the Gentle Giant, brings The Cinnamon Bear and his friends to the Goody Goody Grove. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25195. The Cinnamon Bear. December 10, 1937. Program #12. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Rhyming Rabbit". Music fill for local commercial insert. A confrontation takes place with the Crazy Quilt Dragon. He claims that the Wintergreen Witch forced him to steal the Christmas star. The Rhyming Rabbit helps. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 14:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25196. The Cinnamon Bear. December 11, 1937. Program #13. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "The Wintergreen Witch". Music fill for local commercial insert. Fee Fo returns everyone to the Witch's cottage where they have a confrontation takes place. The Silver Star is recovered! Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25197. The Cinnamon Bear. December 12, 1937. Program #14. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Queen Melissa". Music fill for local commercial insert. A visit to the court of Queen Melissa. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25198. The Cinnamon Bear. December 13, 1937. Program #15. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Snapper-Snick, The Crocodile". Music fill for local commercial insert. Snapper-Snick (The Crooning Crocodile, is played by Hanley Stafford) is in the Wishing Woods. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Buddy Duncan, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Verna Felton, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25199. The Cinnamon Bear. December 14, 1937. Program #16. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Oliver Ostrich". Music fill for local commercial insert. Oliver Ostrich eats an alarm clock and bacon. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7429. The Cinnamon Bear. December 15, 1937. Program #17. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Muddlers". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Cinnamon Bear has fallen down the wishing well. The Muddlers attack. Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Joseph Kearns, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Barbara Jean Wong, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7430. The Cinnamon Bear. December 16, 1937. Program #18. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Cockleburr Cowboys". Music fill for local commercial insert. Slim Pickens and the cowboys rescue Jimmy and Judy, they then set out to find the Singing Tree. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (writer), Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7431. The Cinnamon Bear. December 17, 1937. Program #19. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Wooden Indian". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Wooden Indians attack, the Wintergreen Witch changes everyone into frogs! Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7432. The Cinnamon Bear. December 18, 1937. Program #20. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Flying Hat". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Grand Monkey banishes the Witch, the Flying Hat is found. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer), Basil Rathbone (purported to be heard in this episode only). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7433. The Cinnamon Bear. December 19, 1937. Program #21. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Snowman". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Flying Hat takes everyone to Snowland, Jimmy and Judy ask the Snowman where to find Nickie Frudle. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

7434. The Cinnamon Bear. December 20, 1937. Program #22. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "Santa Claus". Music fill for local commercial insert. Judy and Jimmy meet Santa Claus himself, and later they meet Jack Frost. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7435. The Cinnamon Bear. December 21, 1937. Program #23. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "The Bad Dolls". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Bad Doll steals the Silver Star, but Santa sends the Tin Soldier in hot pursuit. Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director, Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

7436. The Cinnamon Bear. December 22, 1937. Program #24. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication. "The Parade". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Christmas Parade. Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25200. The Cinnamon Bear. December 23, 1937. Program #25. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication, WSOY, Decatur, Illinois aircheck. "Captain Tintop". Commercials added locally. A 1953 rebroadcast. Captain Tintop presents the Star with a flourish to Judy and Jimmy, but the Crazy Quilt Dragon has other ideas! Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25201. The Cinnamon Bear. December 24, 1937. Program #26. Transco/Bruce Eells syndication, WSOY, Decatur, Illinois aircheck. "North Pole". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Silver Star is recaptured from the Crazy Quilt Dragon. Judy and Jimmy wake up back home in time for Christmas. The end of the story. Barbara Jean Wong, Joseph Kearns, Hanley Stafford, Howard McNear, Elvia Allman, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Frank Nelson, Cy Kendall, Gale Gordon, Ted Osborne, Edwin Max, Joseph Du Val, Martha Wentworth, Dorothy Scott, Bud Thompson, Bud Hiestand (narrator), Glanville Heisch (writer), Felix Mills (music), Buddy Duncan, Verna Felton, Lindsay MacHarrie (producer, director), Don Honrath (composer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

Report contains 27 programs.