The Goldbergs

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.


107486. The Goldbergs. March 18, 1938. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Molly and the women of Lastonbury plan to sell seeds, just in case plans to open a mill fails. There is a problem about getting the money needed to buy the seeds. The program date above may be incorrect, as "The Goldbergs" have been described as moving to Lastonbury in 1939. This program has also been described as an audition. Roslyn Silber (as "Rosalie"), Carrie Weller, Ray Saunders (announcer), Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane (as "Sammy"). 12:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

107487. The Goldbergs. April 5, 1938. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Rosalie has fallen ill and the doctor comes to examine her. The doctor says, "We've done everything we could for Rosie." "It's the crisis." The program has been described as an audition. James R. Waters (as "Jake"), Carrie Weller, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Ray Saunders (announcer), Everett Sloane. 21:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

107488. The Goldbergs. April 13, 1938. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Today's the day the Lastonbury Mill is to open. Jake is to be the chairman of the board of directors and makes a speech. Molly and Rosalie have a quiet talk by her bedside. This program has been described as an audition. James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Ray Saunders (announcer), Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber. 13:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

107489. The Goldbergs. July 12, 1938. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Joyce is presumed to be the daughter of a senator. Molly hasn't yet mailed the letter, but she does read the letter to Jake. Meanwhile, Sammy and Joyce are out on a hayride. The program is refered to as a Friday program, but July 12, 1938 was a Tuesday. Anne Teeman, Everett Sloane, Ray Saunders (announcer), Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 14:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

107504. The Goldbergs. July 26, 1938. Sponsored by: Oxydol. The recording implies that this is a Friday broadcast. July 26, 1938 was not a Friday. The date may be incorrect or this might be an audition recording (or both). Sammy has promised to take Joyce back to the sanitarium; she's mentally ill. Sammy takes Joyce to the train, but then takes her off the train! Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Art Millet (announcer). 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

18618. The Goldbergs. September 21, 1939. CBS net, WJSV, Washington, D.C. aircheck. Sponsored by: Oxydol ("Jingle Jubilee" contest), Camay. 12:00 Noon. The family is driving across the country with a chauffeur and his baby. Molly discovers the secret of the strange actions and the telegram from Mr. Stark. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Art Millet (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

62727. The Goldbergs. December 10, 1940. CBS net. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Sylvia Allison is a house guest with the Goldbergs and a disruptive influence. Sylvia seems to resent Molly. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Siber, Arnold Stang, Don Hancock (announcer), Zina Provendie. 14:48. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

62728. The Goldbergs. December 11, 1940. CBS net. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Molly suspects that Sammy has fallen in love with Sylvia. Seymour isn't of much help! Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Don Hancock (announcer), Arnold Stang, Roslyn Siber. 14:44. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

62729. The Goldbergs. December 12, 1940. CBS net. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Is Sammy in love with Sylvia Allison? Seymour continues to talk into Molly's ear and then has an argument with his Cousin Joe. The system cue has been deleted. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Don Hancock (announcer), Roslyn Siber, Arnold Stang. 14:20. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

107505. The Goldbergs. December 20, 1940. Program #849. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Is Sammy really in love with Sylvia? Cousin Seymour seems to know all the answers, but what he really needs is a job! Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Arnold Stang, Roslyn Silber. 14:15. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete.

107506. The Goldbergs. January 16, 1941. Program #878. Sponsored by: Oxydol. Sammy has left to travel to South Carolina, to be with his sweetheart, Sylvia. Molly calls Mr. Allison in South Carolina. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Arnold Stang, Zina Provendie. 12:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107507. The Goldbergs. January 17, 1941. Program #879. Sylvia is a lot nastier person than she appears. Sammy has told her off and is planning to leave South Carolina. In the meantime, Molly and the family are approaching the Allison house. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Arnold Stang. 10:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107508. The Goldbergs. April 15, 1941. Program #936. Sammy has left Sylvia; the Goldbergs have stopped for breakfast only 20 miles from the Allison house. Molly is worried about how Sammy has changed since he left Connecticut. Sylvia discovers that Sammy has left, just as the Goldbergs arrive. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 9:32. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107509. The Goldbergs. April 16, 1941. Program #937. Sponsored by: Oxydol/Apex washing machine co-op. Molly decides to write some postcards before "walking down the aisle" to the Allison house. Sylvia tries to prevent her father from opening the front door, while Sylvia tries to make up lies to tell the Goldbergs. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 13:24. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107510. The Goldbergs. April 17, 1941. Program #938. Sponsored by: Oxydol. The Goldbergs are sitting in the living room; the Allisons try to figure out what to tell them about Sammy's disappearance. Mr. Allison urges Sylvia to "tell the truth" (a waste of breath for Sylvia). Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 12:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107511. The Goldbergs. April 18, 1941. Program #939. Molly notices that the Allison's colored maid looks just like the cleaning lady they used to have up North. Molly has become instinctively alarmed about what's going on in the house. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie, James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 9:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107512. The Goldbergs. April 21, 1941. Program #940. Sponsored by: Oxydol/Apex washing machine co-op. The announcer casually mentions that Oxydol make washing "many comptometer shades lighter" than other soaps. Leah visits the Allison house, but she doesn't know where Sammy is either. Mr. Allison tells the Goldbergs that Sammy is at the store...or he's away on business for a few days. Molly suspects that the lies are coming thick and fast. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), Zina Provendie, James R. Waters, James Fleming (announcer). 12:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107513. The Goldbergs. April 22, 1941. Program #941. While Rosalie cries and tries to fix her hair, Molly tries to comfort her. Molly gets a call from Lastonbury, but it's intercepted by Sylvia. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Zina Provendie. 10:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107514. The Goldbergs. April 23, 1941. Program #942. Sponsored by: Oxydol ("amazingly sneeze-proof")/Apex washing machine co-op. Molly would be terrified if she knew how much the Allisons are lying. One of Molly's neighbors calls to read her a telegram she's received in Connecticut. Sylvia keeps lying. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, James Fleming (announcer). 12:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107526. The Goldbergs. April 24, 1941. Program #943. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Dr. Christopoher Keator says that Sammy isn't the real patient. The problem is Sylvia! The doctor only knows what Sylvia's done, not what she is. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Bill Rogers (announcer), Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107527. The Goldbergs. April 25, 1941. Program #944. Sponsored by: Oxydol ("sneeze-proof")/Apex washing machine co-op. The Goldbergs are waiting for Sammy to return to the Allison house. Sylvia keeps a telegram to Molly from being delivered. Molly and Rosalie look through the Allison family photographs. The announcer comments that the telephone should contain a lie detector! Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie, Roslyn Silber, James Fleming (announcer). 13:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107528. The Goldbergs. April 28, 1941. Program #945. Sponsored by: Oxydol ("sneeze-proof")/Apex washing machines co-op. Molly finds out that Sylvia lied about the telegram while Jake is at the Allison store. Ed (husband of Leah) had previously called Molly without revealing his identity and Molly now calls him back. The announcer mentions that this is the last show of the series and summarizes the rest of the plot so that listeners will know how the story ends! Despite this announcement, episode 945 continues the story as if the announcement was never made! Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 13:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107529. The Goldbergs. April 29, 1941. Program #946. Molly is sure that Ed was the one who called her in Lastonbury and warned her not to come to South Carolina. While speaking to Rosalie, Molly recaps the entire script to date. Molly calls the telegraph operator in Connecticut and asks him to read a copy of the telegram to her. It was from Sammy, telling Molly that he's leaving South Carolina. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie. 10:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107530. The Goldbergs. April 30, 1941. Program #947. Molly has discovered that the Allisons have been lying to the Goldbergs. Sylvia tries to stop Mr. Allison from speaking with Molly. Sammy has returned! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie, James R. Waters. 10:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107531. The Goldbergs. May 1, 1941. Program #948. Molly suspects, "There's more than a haystack than beneath." The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producder, director), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie. 8:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107532. The Goldbergs. May 2, 1941. Program #949. Molly and Rosalie are walking down the street to meet Sammy. Sylvia meets with Sammy and they meet Molly and Rosalie in the street. Sylvia threatens to kill herself. The body of the show. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Zina Provendie. 9:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107533. The Goldbergs. May 5, 1941. Program #950. Molly feels sorry for Sammy. Molly and Sammy have a long talk. Why doesn't Sammy tell Molly the truth? The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie, Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber. 9:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107490. The Goldbergs. May 6, 1941. Program #951. In South Carolina, something is wrong with Sammy. Sammy and Sylvia are still going to be married...or are they? What does Sammy intend to do? The body of the show only. Zina Provendie, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 9:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107491. The Goldbergs. May 7, 1941. Program #952. Jake is very happy for his son, not knowing that Sammy no longer wants to marry Sylvia. Molly calls Ed to find out what's going on. The body of the show only. Everett Sloane, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 10:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107492. The Goldbergs. May 8, 1941. Program #953. Ed hangs up on Molly; he refuses to help Sylvia. Leah is planning to divorce Ed because of the lies Sylvia told (Ed is really in love with Sylvia). Ed invites Molly over to tell her the truth about Sylvia. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie. 9:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107493. The Goldbergs. May 9, 1941. Program #954. Sammy almost tells Jake the truth about Sylvia. Molly and Rosalie return from Ed's house. The body of the show only. James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber. 9:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107494. The Goldbergs. May 12, 1941. Program #955. Sammy has told Jake the truth about Sylvia (but the listeners don't know yet, unless they're really not paying attention). Leah calls Ed a fool for helping hide the truth about Sylvia. Molly contronts Ed and Leah for the truth about Sylvia. They refuse to reveal the secret. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane. 9:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107495. The Goldbergs. May 13, 1941. Program #956. Sylvia is a liar and a cheat. Jake tells Sammy that as soon as Molly returns, they are packing and leaving South Carolina. Jake has some good advice for Sammy. The body of the show only. Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 8:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107496. The Goldbergs. May 14, 1941. Program #957. Sammy has gone to tell Sylvia that the Goldberg family is leaving South Carolina. Everyone knows what Sylvia has done, except Molly, her father and the listeners. Sylvia lies to her own father. Sammy tells Mr. Allison that he no longer loves Sylvia and won't marry her. The body of the show only. Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 8:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107497. The Goldbergs. May 15, 1941. Program #958. Mr. Allison finally confronts Sylvia. What lies did she tell? Mr. Allison slaps Sylvia who runs out screaming! She threatens suicide. This episode stands out as excellent daytime radio. The body of the show only. Roslyn Silber, Arnold Stang, Zina Provendie, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 9:57. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107498. The Goldbergs. May 16, 1941. Program #959. Mr. Allison summons Ed and Leah to his house. Mr. Allison calls Jake, who tells him that, "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree." Where is Sylvia? The body of the show only. James R. Waters, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber. 9:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107499. The Goldbergs. May 19, 1941. Program #960. Sammy tells Molly that he no longer loves Sylvia, but that she still loves him. Sylvia comes into the house; Rosalie drags Papa upstairs. Molly confronts Sylvia, who has plenty to say. Molly imparts her own wisdom as to why she knew the marriage would never work. What is Sylvia planning to do next? The body of the show only. Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Zina Provendie, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 9:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107500. The Goldbergs. May 20, 1941. Program #961. Molly and Sylvia continue to talk. Rosalie breaks down, screams at Sylvia and is brought upstairs by Molly. Jake confronts Sylvia; Sammy and Sylvia have a "final" talk. Sylvia again says that she's not planning to live anymore. The body of the show only. Roslyn Silber, Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Zina Provendie, Everett Sloane. 8:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107501. The Goldbergs. May 21, 1941. Program #962. Molly and Jake are eager to return home to Connecticut. But Sammy and Sylvia speak again. Molly tells off Mr. Allison. Sammy and Sylvia drive off in a car. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane. 9:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107502. The Goldbergs. May 22, 1941. Program #963. Mr. Allison admits that he's a failure as a father. Leah and Molly have a discussion about Sylvia. Mr. Allison asks Leah how long Sylvia and Ed had been having an affair. Leah is divorcing Ed, because of his love for Sylvia. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 9:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107503. The Goldbergs. May 23, 1941. Program #964. Molly and Rosalie await the return of Sammy. Mr. Allison asks Ed, "Why did you marry Leah if you loved Sylvia?" The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber. 9:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107515. The Goldbergs. May 26, 1941. Program #965. Mr. Allison regrets many of things that have happened. Sammy and Sylvia have a talk, she threatens suicide and crashes the car in which they're driving. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie, Everett Sloane. 9:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107516. The Goldbergs. May 27, 1941. Program #966. News arrives about the automobile accident. "A flash of fear as bright as sunlight touches Molly's face. The hours of waiting and thinking are suddenly complete in the knowledge that something has happened to Sammy and Sylvia." The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber. 9:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107517. The Goldbergs. May 28, 1941. Program #967. At the hospital, the Dr. Keator (senior) tells Sylvia, "You can't see Sammy now, nobody can." Mr. Allison comes in to see Sylvia and she says, "It's all your fault, go away." Jake breaks down and cries. An emotional program. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie, James R. Waters, Edgar Stehli. 11:00. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

107518. The Goldbergs. May 29, 1941. Program #968. "A problem in morality and life is sometimes like a fragile vase; and some people, when they find they cannot posses such a thing, try to smash it." Molly's and Rosalie's thoughts are heard on filter mike. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 9:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107519. The Goldbergs. May 30, 1941. Program #969. Molly gets the chance to see Sammy in the hospital. He wants to see Sylvia and tells Molly that this wasn't an accident. Sammy admits that he doesn't love Sylvia, but that, "He has to marry her." The announcer laments that, "Pity cannot take the place of love." Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Zina Provendie. 9:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107520. The Goldbergs. June 2, 1941. Program #970. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Molly gathers her courage and speaks to Sylvia. Jake makes plans to take Sammy back to Lastonbury. Sylvia want to go back to Lastonbury with the Goldbergs. Molly tells Sylvia that, "I'm sorry for you." Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Bill Rogers (announcer). 10:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107521. The Goldbergs. June 3, 1941. Program #971. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Molly reluctantly allows Sylvia to return to Lastonbury with them. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Bill Rogers (announcer). 10:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107522. The Goldbergs. June 4, 1941. Program #972. CBS net. Sponsored by: Duz. Sylvia and Leah have harsh words, they both love Ed. Sylvia says, "You can't hurt good people, you can only kill them." Ed tries for a reconciliation with Leah. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie, Bill Rogers (announcer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107523. The Goldbergs. June 6, 1941. Program #974. Sylvia tells off her father, as does Leah. Mr. Allison has a few words of his own. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie. 9:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107524. The Goldbergs. June 9, 1941. Program #975. As the family gets ready to return to Lastonbury, the question remains; will Sylvia return to Lastonbury with the Goldbergs or not. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 9:34. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107525. The Goldbergs. June 10, 1941. Program #976. Down at the railroad station, the gossips are at work while waiting for Sammy to arrive back in Lastonbury. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Bill Rogers (announcer). 9:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107534. The Goldbergs. June 19, 1941. Program #983. Jake is angry and, "cannot turn the other cheek." Molly has decided to call Dr. Keator (junior). Sylvia is to see the doctor tomorrow. The program of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie, James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:50. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

107535. The Goldbergs. June 20, 1941. Program #984. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Molly is in the office of Dr. Keator, the psychiatrist. Dr. Keator does not act very professionally towards his new patient, and several episodes later, he's referred to as a psychologist. She discusses Sammy; as soon as she leaves, Sylvia walks into the office. Dr. Keator asks Sylvia what she dreamt last night while she lies back on the couch. If you can't tell Dr. Keator is falling for Sylvia, you're not paying attention. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Bill Rogers (announcer), Zina Provendie, Raymond Edward Johnson. 10:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107536. The Goldbergs. June 23, 1941. Program #985. Sammy is determined to get out of bed tomorrow. He wants to marry Sylvia and get a job. Dr. Keator tells Sammy, "You have no right to marry her." The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107537. The Goldbergs. June 24, 1941. Program #986. Jake is laying down the law to Molly. Molly calls Mr. Allison in South Carolina, only to learn that he's on his way north to Lastonbury, Connecticut. The futures of both Sammy and Sylvia rests in the hands of Dr. Keator. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 9:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107538. The Goldbergs. June 25, 1941. Program #987. Dr. Keator walks home with Sylvia; they have a long talk. He's no longer just her doctor...he's her friend! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107539. The Goldbergs. June 27, 1941. Program #989. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). The announcer asks, "After you hire the guards, who do you hire to guard them?" Dr. Keator visits his father's house, musing (on a filter mike) about his feelings for Sylvia. Old Dr. Keator makes a prophesy (in earlier episodes, he lived in South Carolina). The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Bill Rogers (announcer), Edgar Stehli. 10:05. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107552. The Goldbergs. July 1, 1941. Program #991. Mr. Allison has arrived to take Sylvia home; Sammy insists on getting out of bed. Mr. Allison has an argument with Dr. Keator. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107553. The Goldbergs. July 2, 1941. Program #992. The program opens with Molly milking one of the family cows! Sammy and Sylvia discuss the possibility of them being married. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Zina Provendie, Everett Sloane. 9:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107554. The Goldbergs. July 3, 1941. Program #993. Has Dr. Keator helped Sylvia? Mr. Allison tells Sylvia to pack and get ready to return to South Carolina. Sammy finally realizes that Sylvia and Dr. Keater may be in love. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane. 8:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107555. The Goldbergs. July 4, 1941. Program #994. Sylvia has refused to marry Sammy. Dr. Keator has a heart-to-heart talk with his father. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson, Edgar Stehli. 8:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107556. The Goldbergs. July 7, 1941. Program #995. Dr. Keator and Sylvia walk and talk in the evening. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson, Zina Provendie. 8:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107557. The Goldbergs. July 8, 1941. Program #996. Sammy and Dr. Keater argue about Sylvia. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson. 8:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107558. The Goldbergs. July 9, 1941. Program #997. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Dr. Keater has invited Sylvia and Sammy to a picnic. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, James Fleming (announcer). 9:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107559. The Goldbergs. July 10, 1941. Program #998. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). The very strange picnic continues. Dr. Keator decides that Sylvia should go home with her father and that there be no marriage. Sylvia announces that she loves Dr. Keator. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 9:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107560. The Goldbergs. July 11, 1941. Program #999. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). What did Sylvia's declaration of love for Dr. Keator really mean? Sammy says that Sylvia is now Dr. Keator's problem. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson, Everett Sloane, James Fleming (announcer). 9:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107561. The Goldbergs. July 14, 1941. Program #1000. Sammy feels that what Sylvia needs (deep down), is not a husband, a lover, a friend, but a father! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Zina Provendie. 9:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107562. The Goldbergs. July 15, 1941. Program #1001. Even at breakfast, the drama continues at the Goldbergs. Sammy says that Sylvia's happiness is up to Mr. Allison. "The sins of the parents are visited upon the children." The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane. 9:45. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107563. The Goldbergs. July 16, 1941. Program #1002. Why is Mr. Allison the blame for all of Sylvia's problems? Dr. Keator has breakfast with his father. Mr. Allison tells Dr. Keator about his old love affair, "that wasn't possible." Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Edgar Stehli. 9:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107564. The Goldbergs. July 24, 1941. Program #1008. Molly suggests that Esther Miller, Mr. Allison's old lover, come to the Goldbergs for a visit. After Mr. Allison rages at Sylvia, he answers the phone call from Esther Miller. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 8:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107565. The Goldbergs. July 25, 1941. Program #1009. CBS net. Esther Miller is coming to visit Mr. Allison at the Goldbergs. Sylvia declares that she wants to stay in Lastonbury with the Goldbergs. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie, Raymond Edward Johnson, James Fleming (announcer). 10:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107579. The Goldbergs. July 28, 1941. Program #1010. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Mr. Allison will meet the train bringing Esther Miller to Lastonbury. Gertrude dictates a letter to Mrs. Bloom, back in the Bronx. Mr. Allison is nervous about meeting his old lover. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, James Fleming (announcer). 9:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107580. The Goldbergs. July 29, 1941. Program #1011. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Mr. Allison and the Goldbergs have walked down to the railroad station, leaving Sylvia alone in the house. There's an interesting sequence of 42 seconds where only sound effects are heard: a dog barking, an automobile engine, a clock chiming and footsteps. Sylvia resents the arrival of Esther Miller in a tearful phone call. Esther walks in the door and meets Sylvia unexpectedly. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 10:30. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107581. The Goldbergs. July 30, 1941. Program #1012. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Sylvia resents the arrival of Esther Miller. Dr. Keator asks Sylvia, "How do you know how much happiness you're going to have?" The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Zina Provendie, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson, James Fleming (announcer). 9:56. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107582. The Goldbergs. July 31, 1941. Program #1013. Molly and Jake find out that Esther Miller arrived in Lastonbury by bus, not by train. A difficult and tense reunion takes place between Mr. Allison and Esther Miller. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Joan Vitez. 10:36. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107583. The Goldbergs. August 1, 1941. Program #1014. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). It's dinnertime, and "trouble is brewing." Sylvia throws a fit (off-mike) and refuses to come to dinner. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Joan Vitez, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 9:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107584. The Goldbergs. August 4, 1941. Program #1015. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted. Dinner is over, Sylvia tells Esther Miller she doesn't like her. Sylvia swears that her father will never marry Esther. Sylvia says, "I come first!" The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, Joan Vitez, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 10:24. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107540. The Goldbergs. August 5, 1941. Program #1016. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Sylvia is now in love with Dr. Keator, but is unhappy with the idea that her father might marry Esther Miller. Molly has decided to become a matchmaker and see that Mr. Allison and Esther get married. Jake doesn't approve, Seymour, the amateur psychologist, agrees with Molly. Apparently, Dr. Keator is no longer being referred to as a psychiatrist. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Arnold Stang, Raymond Edward Johnson, James Fleming (announcer). 10:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107541. The Goldbergs. August 6, 1941. Program #1017. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Esther Miller and Albert Allison didn't get married 15 years ago, because of Sylvia. She's once again trying to break up the romance. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Joan Vitez (as "Esther Miller"), James Fleming (announcer). 10:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107542. The Goldbergs. August 7, 1941. Program #1018. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Dr. Keator wants Mr. Allison and Esther to get married. Esther is still planning to leave. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, James Fleming (announcer). 10:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107543. The Goldbergs. August 8, 1941. Program #1019. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). With the help of Mrs. Bloom, Molly is arranging the marriage between Dr. Keator and Sylvia Allison. Sylvia is in love with Dr. Keator, but doesn't want her father to marry Esther Miller. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Zina Provendie, Raymond Edward Johnson, James Fleming (announcer). 10:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107544. The Goldbergs. August 11, 1941. Program #1020. Mrs. Bloom is trying to arrange for a rabbi by long distance for Dr. Keator and Esther Miller. Mr. Allison has harsh words for his daughter Sylvia (who is only heard crying, no dialogue). The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson, Joan Vitez. 10:23. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107545. The Goldbergs. August 14, 1941. Program #1024. Sylvia refuses to allow the rabbi (referred to as "Reverend") into the house to perform the marriage. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Zina Provendie. 9:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107546. The Goldbergs. August 15, 1941. Program #1025. CBS net. Sponsored by: Duz. Esther Miller and Mr. Allison are about to be married by a Justice of the Peace. Meanwhile, back in South Carolina, Leah Allison has had a stroke. She might be paralyzed. Neither Sylvia or Mr. Allison knows about Leah; but when Sylvia finds out, Dr. Keator has truthful-but-harsh words for her. This recording has complete organ themes. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, Zina Provendie, Raymond Edward Johnson, James Fleming (announcer). 14:08. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

107547. The Goldbergs. August 18, 1941. Program #1026. Dr. Keator is driving Sylvia to the railroad station to send her home to South Carolina. Sylvia has a monologue to herself on filter mike. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, porducer, performer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Zina Provendie, James Fleming (announcer). 10:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107548. The Goldbergs. August 19, 1941. Program #1027. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Mr. Allison doesn't know that Sylvia has left and that Leah has had a stroke. But he has been married to Esther Miller. Sammy explains to Rosalie why he's glad that Sylvia's gone. Esther tells Mr. Allison that Leah is sick. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Joan Vitez. 9:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107549. The Goldbergs. August 21, 1941. Program #1029. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Mr. Allison and Esther Allison have left on the train to return to South Carolina. The Allison story is essentially over. Seymour asks Mrs. Goldberg permission to ask Roslyn to the movies. He's obviously smitten. Seymour's sister has just arrived on the bus. The body of the shbow only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), Arnold Stang, James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, James Fleming (announcer), Carrie Weller. 9:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107550. The Goldbergs. August 25, 1941. Program #1031. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Jake isn't too happy that Bertie, older sister of Seymour, has come to visit. Jake isn't too happy, Seymour isn't too happy. Bertie's voice sounds like a female Seymour (Florence Halop?) as she starts reading Seymour's letters to his mother about his love for Rosalie. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 9:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107551. The Goldbergs. August 26, 1941. Program #1032. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Rosalie is embarrassed that Seymour is in love with her. Seymour asks Jake, "the ultimate question." "Am I eligible?" The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Arnold Stang, James Fleming (announcer). 9:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107566. The Goldbergs. August 28, 1941. Program #1033. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Bertie is determined to prevent Seymour and Rosalie from being married. Papa wants potato pancakes. Bertie wants to buy a trailer...on 40 payments. Bertie might be played by Florence Halop, Shirley Booth or Sandra Gould. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Arnold Stang, James Fleming (announcer). 10:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107567. The Goldbergs. August 29, 1941. Program #1034. Bertie's plan is to buy a trailer and open a mobile beauty parlor. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Arnold Stang. 9:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107568. The Goldbergs. September 1, 1941. Program #1035. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). The Goldbergs hear a noise in the night. Whoever is hiding in the barn, they speak French! The dialogue in French, with no translation, goes on for 1:12. Whatever was Gertrude Berg thinking? This plot sequence could be based on the first anniversary of the war. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, James Fleming (announcer). 9:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107569. The Goldbergs. September 2, 1941. Program #1036. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). We're treated to another 25 seconds of French dialogue between the woman and her boy. The Goldberg's dog finds the two intruders. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, James Fleming (announcer). 9:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107570. The Goldbergs. September 3, 1941. Program #1037. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). The woman and the 6-year-old boy are given Bertie's room for the night. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James Fleming (announcer). 9:52. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107571. The Goldbergs. September 4, 1941. Program #1038. The two strangers cause a discussion about helping others. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, James Fleming (announcer). 9:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107572. The Goldbergs. September 5, 1941. Program #1039. Mr. Boughton, the milkman, has left a note in the mailbox. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane. 9:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107573. The Goldbergs. September 8, 1941. Program #1040. Mr. Boughton is now referred to as a neighbor, as well as the milkman. The woman from the barn has left the Goldbergs to return to New York. The child (named David) will remain with the Goldbergs until the mother returns. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107574. The Goldbergs. September 9, 1941. Program #1041. "The stork has delivered a 6-year-old French boy to the Goldbergs." Dr. Keater, who speaks French, has come over to the Goldberg's house to translate. Considerable dialogue is heard in French. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), Everett Sloane, Edgar Stehli. 9:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107575. The Goldbergs. September 10, 1941. Program #1042. Dr. Keator suggests putting an advertisement in the newsaper to try to locate David's mother. The ad calls for a French governess to take care of a little boy. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Arnold Stang. 9:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107576. The Goldbergs. September 11, 1941. Program #1043. Bertie tries to talk Molly into using her beauty services. Molly tries to touch her knees...Oy! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 9:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107577. The Goldbergs. September 12, 1941. Program #1044. David seems to be running a temperature. There have been many responses to the ad for a French governess. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, James R. Waters. 9:15. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

107578. The Goldbergs. September 15, 1941. Program #1045. Dr. Keator wants Molly to come to New York to see if David's mother answers the ad. There have been many applications for the job of governor, including Orianne (David's mother). However, Orianne leaves Dr. Keator's office without applying for the job. The date and program number are subject to correction. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Edgar Stehli. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107585. The Goldbergs. October 2, 1941. Program #1058. Edward Way, the owner of the Goldberg house, has evicted the family. They have to move out in one week. Mr. Way is a vicious and cold-hearted character; just out of prison after 3 years. Dr. Keator visits and has a conversation with Orianne. Dr. Keator confronts Mr. Way. Gertrude Berg does not appear on this broadcast and October 1, 1941 was Yom Kippur. This might indicate the dating is off by one day. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer), Roslyn Silber, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107586. The Goldbergs. October 3, 1941. Program #1059. Mr. Way is truly a rotten person. The Goldbergs are playing Rummy after dinner. David tells Mr. Way (in French) that he's sorry he made Mr. Way angry. Mr. Way speaks harshly (in French) back to the boy. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane. 8:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107587. The Goldbergs. October 6, 1941. Program #1060. Jake isn't having any luck finding a new house. The defense workers are causing a shortage of housing in Lastonbury. Mr. Way suddenly shouts, "Stay until you find another house, but no longer!" The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 8:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107588. The Goldbergs. October 7, 1941. Program #1061. Seeking revenge, Jake has found out that Mr. Way owes 5 years taxes on the house and has told the tax collector, not knowing that Mr. Way has allowed them to stay. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 9:14. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107589. The Goldbergs. October 8, 1941. Program #1062. Mr. Way offers to let the Goldbergs remain in the house. Jake offers to allow Mr. Way to remain into the house. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane. 9:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107590. The Goldbergs. October 10, 1941. Program #1064. Orianne has been offered a job taking care of Dr. Keator's (senior) house. Molly has misgivings about her staying in the doctor's house. Dr. Keator (junior) is feeling very affectionate toward Orianne, but he's rebuffed by her. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson, James Fleming (announcer). 9:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107603. The Goldbergs. October 13, 1941. Program #1065. Molly and Orianne have a heart-to-heart talk about Dr. Keator. Dr. Keator sarcastically suggests that Orianne and Mr. Way go into the chicken business together. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107604. The Goldbergs. October 14, 1941. Program #1066. Jake is angry. He says, "We are a family of 4." There are 4 more places to set at dinner tonight. Molly suggests to Mr. Way that he take Orianne into the chicken business with him. Molly suggests that she might invest a little to get the business going. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 9:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107605. The Goldbergs. October 15, 1941. Program #1067. Molly shampoos Rosalie's hair, on microphone in real time. Will Orianne go into the chicken business with Mr. Way? Yes, she is! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane. 9:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107606. The Goldbergs. October 16, 1941. Program #1068. CBS net. Sponsored by: Duz. Jake finds out that Molly has invested in the chicken business. Just where did the $150 come from? Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James Fleming (announcer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane. 14:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

107607. The Goldbergs. October 17, 1941. Program #1069. Dr. Keator is angry that Orianne has turned down his job offer for the chicken business. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107608. The Goldbergs. October 20, 1941. Program #1070. Orianne telephones and has a chat with Molly. Dr. Keator stops by the Goldbergs briefly. "Who's going to psychoanalyze the psychoanalist?" The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107609. The Goldbergs. October 21, 1941. Program #1071. Molly and Jake walk over to pick up David from Dr. Keator's house. Dr. Keator (junior) has a serious talk with Dr. Keator (senior) about Orianne. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson, Edgar Stehli. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107610. The Goldbergs. October 22, 1941. Program #1072. Jake politely tells Bertie to mind her own business about Mr. Way. That doesn't even slow her down. Molly decides to help Mr. Way become accepted by the people in town, now that he's out of prison. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 9:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107611. The Goldbergs. October 23, 1941. Program #1073. Roslyn suggests that Molly should learn how to drive a car. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 7:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

94036. The Goldbergs. October 24, 1941. Program #1074. CBS net. Commercials deleted. "The great experiment begins." Molly gets her first driving lesson from Berties, and driver into a tree! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (performer, writer, producer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107612. The Goldbergs. October 27, 1941. Program #1075. Molly is lying down, recuperating from her first driving lesson. Rosalyn reports that the gossips in school think it's a terrible idea that Orianne is going into the chicken business with Mr. Way. An unknown lady has arrived to see Mr. Way. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Arnold Stang. 9:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107625. The Goldbergs. October 28, 1941. Program #1076. There's a Mrs. Bertha Nolan in the Goldberg parlor, waiting to see Mr. Way. She's the cook for Mrs. Way to repay a debt to Mr. Way. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber. 9:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107626. The Goldbergs. October 29, 1941. Program #1077. Mrs. Nolan gives Molly the $1000 that Mr. Way refused. Orianne hangs up on Dr. Keator when he telephones. Mrs. Nolan tells off Dr. Keator for his low opinion of Mr. Way. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107627. The Goldbergs. October 30, 1941. Program #1078. Mr. Way discusses the visit of Mrs. Nolan with Orianne. He wasn't the evil person that his ex-wife thinks him. Mr. Way and Orianne shake hands in their partnership. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters. 9:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107628. The Goldbergs. October 31, 1941. Program #1079. Molly is milking the cow (she learned this in the Bronx?). The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer). 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107629. The Goldbergs. November 3, 1941. Program #1080. Dr. Keator and Sammy have a talk about Mr. Way. Molly has decided to hold a town meeting to convince the townspeople to buy chickens from Mr. Way. Dr. Keator and Orianne have a harsh conversation with Orianne. Dr., Keator admits, "I hate chickens!" The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson, Roslyn Silber. 9:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107630. The Goldbergs. November 4, 1941. Program #1081. Molly continues preparations for the town meeting about Mr. Way. A man visits the Goldberg house to see Mr. Way. He confronts Mr. Way becuase of the money he lost in the swindle. He's waited 3 years to tell the man off. An emotional scene and well-written radio. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107591. The Goldbergs. November 5, 1941. Program #1082. Edward Way has started a chicken business. A man swindled by Mr. Way has confronted him. Jake wants Molly to cancel the meeting about Mr. Way, but Molly refuses. Orianne is Mr. Way's partner, angering Dr. Keator. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson. 8:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107592. The Goldbergs. November 6, 1941. Program #1083. The meeting is over. Orianne defended Mr. Way at the meeting. Dr. Keator proposes to Orianne, sounding a little stuffy about it. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Edgar Stehli (as Dr. Keator, senior), James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107593. The Goldbergs. November 7, 1941. Program #1084. Seymour confesses of his love for Rosalie to Mr. Way. Mr. Way says, "You're bound to fail if your ambition is to make money." The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, Arnold Stang, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 9:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107594. The Goldbergs. November 10, 1941. Program #1085. Mr. Way muses on what it's like to be an ex-convict. Orianne is offended when Dr. Keator takes their marriage for granted, saying, I won't waste my future with a man like you!" Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107595. The Goldbergs. November 11, 1941. Program #1086. Rosalie is getting dressed for school. Sammy storms out because of what happened last night. Molly and Jake have a fight. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane. 9:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107596. The Goldbergs. November 12, 1941. Program #1087. Mr. Way doesn't yet know that Orianne has refused Dr. Keator's proposal. Jake telephones and angrily tells Molly that he's building his own house. Orianne tells Mr. Way that she's definitely not marrying Dr. Keator, but she's says it in such a way so that Mr. Way might get his own ideas. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber. 9:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107597. The Goldbergs. November 13, 1941. Program #1088. Orianne tells Dr. Keator (senior) that Dr. Keator (junior) proposed to her. Mr. Way gets a surprise telephone call from Mrs. Way. Mr. Way is hostile to his wife on the phone and hangs up. Orianne suddenly realizes that Mr. Way is interested in her! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Edgar Stehli. 9:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107598. The Goldbergs. November 14, 1941. Program #1089. The Goldbergs and Orianne are at a bowling alley. Orianne tells Molly that Mr. Way has the wrong idea about her feeling for him. Mr. Way finally has the courage to appear in public. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107599. The Goldbergs. November 17, 1941. Program #1090. Mr. Way forces himself to bowl in public. Dr. Keator tells Orianne that he loves her (several times). Molly gets a phone call from Bertie, telling her that Mrs. Way has appeared at the house! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 9:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107600. The Goldbergs. November 18, 1941. Program #1091. Mrs. Way has arrived at the Goldberg house...in her chauffered limosine. The chauffer comes inside the house, but Mrs. Way does not. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Arnold Stang, Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 8:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107601. The Goldbergs. November 19, 1941. Program #1092. Jake is sore from an evening of bowling. Why is Mrs. Way here? She divorced Mr. Way when he went to jail. Mrs. Way telephones for Mr. Way; Mr. Way refuses to speak with her. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 8:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107613. The Goldbergs. November 20, 1941. Program #1093. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials suspended?). This broadcast is definitely a Thanksgiving program; the announcer says, "It's Thanksgiving." Thanksgiving in 1941, was celebrated on the 20th (the third Thursday) of November, anchoring this broadcast to this date. Sammy brings 4 unexpected guests to dinner, Jake brings 3 unexpected guests, Seymour brings 2 unexpected guests, Bertie brings 6 unexpected guests. There's not enough Turkey to go around. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Arnold Stang. 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

107602. The Goldbergs. November 21, 1941. Program #1094. Mrs. Way called all night long, until 4:00 o'clock in the morning. Finally, in the morning, Molly answers the phone and accepts a call from Mrs. Way. Dr. Keator forces a kiss on Orianne, who rebuffs him once again. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Raymond Edward Johnson. 8:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107614. The Goldbergs. November 24, 1941. Program #1095. Molly needs some help writing a letter to Mrs. Bloom, but can't seem to get any. Mrs. Way's chauffer informs the Goldbergs that Mrs. Way is sitting in the parlor. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Arnold Stang. 9:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107615. The Goldbergs. November 25, 1941. Program #1096. Mrs. Way is sitting in the parlor and intends to stay there in she sees Mr. Way. Mr. Way comes in with Orianne and finally meets his ex-wife. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson, James R. Waters. 9:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107616. The Goldbergs. November 26, 1941. Program #1097. Mr. and Mrs. Way have a hostile confrontation. He says, "Shut up!" She says, "Make Me!" Followed by, "As long as I'm alive, there's never going to be another woman in your life." Mrs. Way has a British accent, for no particular reason. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 8:14. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107617. The Goldbergs. November 27, 1941. Program #1098. Molly plans to go to the village; Jake says, "Mind your own business." Orianne plans to confront Mrs. Way and tell her that she's not in love with Mr. Way. Mrs. Way's chauffer returns for the gloves left by Mrs. Way he informs the Goldbergs that Mrs. Way plans to stay in Lastonbury indefinitely. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, Arnold Stang, James R. Waters. 9:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107618. The Goldbergs. November 28, 1941. Program #1099. Seymour is in love with Roslyn and depressed that she does not feel the same. Mrs. Way isn't feeling well and wants to see Dr. Keator...and nobody else! The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Everett Sloane, James R. Waters, Arnold Stang, Roslyn Silber. 9:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107619. The Goldbergs. December 3, 1941. Program #1102. Molly tries to convince Orianne not to confront Mrs. Way. Dr. Keator visits the Goldbergs and finds Orianne ironing clothes and crying. Dr. Keator is deluding himself when when he says to Orianne, "We're as good as married." The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Raymond Edward Johnson. 9:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107620. The Goldbergs. December 4, 1941. Program #1103. Sponsored by: Duz (commercials deleted). Dr. Keator asks Molly to send Mr. Way to his office. He's calling with Mrs. Way standing nearby. The doctor tells Mrs. Way that she has a death wish and will wind up in an asylum within 2 years. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Raymond Edward Johnson, James Fleming (announcer). 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107621. The Goldbergs. December 5, 1941. Program #1104. Mr. Way decides to go to Dr. Keator and his ex-wife. Orianne is unhappy that Mr. Way mistakes her sympathy for love. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Everett Sloane, Roslyn Silber. 9:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107622. The Goldbergs. December 8, 1941. Program #1105. Mr. Way speaks with his ex-wife. She says, "I'll never get rid of you until I know that you're finished." He says that he's going to marry Orianne. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Roslyn Silber, James R. Waters. 9:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

107623. The Goldbergs. December 9, 1941. Program #1106. Jakes derides Molly's plans for Orianne and Mr. Way; he calls her, "The Napoleon of the Kitchen." Molly goes to see Dr. Keator (senior) who agrees to help her. The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber, Everett Sloane, Edgar Stehli. 9:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107624. The Goldbergs. December 10, 1941. Program #1107. The Goldbergs prepare to go to the movies. Mr. Way confronts Dr. Keator and tells him, "You have less ethics than I have." The body of the show only. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James R. Waters, Roslyn Silber. 9:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

40006. The Goldbergs. December 22, 1941. Program #1115. Proctor and Gamble syndication. Sponsored by: Duz. Recorded by Compton Advertising Inc. Mrs. Way has refused to see Molly, Mrs. Way has ruined thousands! The theme music is added locally. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), James Fleming (announcer). 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

40007. The Goldbergs. December 23, 1941. Proctor and Gamble syndication. Sponsored by: Duz. Recorded by Compton Advertising Inc. Jake is angry with Molly for interfering in the affairs of the Ways. Mr. Way doesn't think much of Molly's plan either! The theme music is added locally. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, director), James Fleming (announcer). 13:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

13061. The Goldbergs. August 6, 1942. CBS net. Sponsored by: Duz. Emma has her hooks into Sammy, and no amount of "Yoo-Hooing" by Molly and David is going to help. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

9. The Goldbergs. July 14, 1943. Molly tries to persuade Jake not to have two crooks arrested. Gertrude Berg (writer, producer, performer), Bud Collyer (announcer), James R. Waters. 6:21. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

18568. The Goldbergs. June 7, 1944. CBS net. Sponsored by: Duz. Captain Burkoff and Dora know each other, but what about Emily? 1:45 P.M. Bud Collyer (announcer), Gertrude Berg (writer, performer, producer). 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

104308. The Goldbergs. March 11, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Sanka, Birdseye. It's income tax time, and Jake needs $1600. Gertrude Berg (performer, writer, producer), Cherney Berg (music director), Eli Mintz, Philip Loeb, Arlene McQuade, Larry Robinson. 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

94778. The Goldbergs. March 18, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Sanka, Birds Eye. 8:30 P.M. Jake decides to buy a car. Molly decides that she's going to take driving lessons. Gertrude Berg (performer, writer, producer), Philip Loeb, Larry Robinson, Arlene McQuade, Eli Mintz, Bob Sherry (announcer), Cherney Berg (music director). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 157 programs.