Graham, Frank

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 30, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


83736. The Fleischmann's Yeast Hour. January 12, 1933. Red net. The balcony scene from, "Romeo and Juliet," with both Romeo and Juliet heard with Yiddish accents (partial). Don't miss Fanny's partial rendition of, "Was That The Human Thing To Do?" She uses a Yiddish accent, and then sings in a "Baby Mae" voice (a forerunner of "Baby Snooks"). Fascinating listening. Rudy Vallee, Fanny Brice. 6:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

109371. The Fleischmann's Yeast Hour. June 28, 1934. Red net. Commercials deleted. Rudy sings, "Rhythm In My Love Song," "Little Man You've Had A Busy Day" and "Cocktails For Two." Charlie Alcott desscribes an entire opera by himself. The opera is about a barber named, "Saul" (that's "Barbasol" in case you're not paying attention). Humphrey Bogart, Walter Abel, Tony Miles and Gale Sondergaard appear in, "Invitation To A Murder." It's not exactly edge-of-your-chair drama. Rudy has been given a gold medal from Radio Guide Magazine. Cross and Dunn do a "Time Stands Still" report about the Dionne Quintuplets. Fanny Brice sings, "Sarah, The Sunshine Girl" and "My Man." She also appears as "Baby Snooks" in kindergarten. Alan Reed appears as, "Daddy." Rudy Vallee, The Connecticut Yankees, Jimmy Wallington (announcer), Humphrey Bogart, Cross and Dunn, Alan Cross, Henry Dunn, Walter Abel, Fanny Brice, Gale Sondergaard, Charlie Alcott (?), The Stewart Sisters (?), Tony Miles (narrator of the drama), Alan Reed (billed as "Teddy Bergman"). 54:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

83947. The Fleischmann's Yeast Hour. October 4, 1934. Red net. Sponsored by: Fleischmann's X-R Yeast. The program originates from Chicago. The first tune is the broadcast premier of the music from, "Kid Millions." After Marguerita Padulla sings two songs, she brings her Pekinese to the microphone, and the dog sings along with her! Lou Holtz tells a funny story about two Russians, a chicken and a horse. Saxophonist Bennie Krueger does four choruses of, "The St. Louis Blues." The dramatization of, "The Happy Raven," by Irvin Ashkenazy, is heard. Babby Snooks gets spanked when she refuses to recite. The band is referred to as, "The Amalgamated Connecticut and Illinois Yankees." Fanny Brice sings, "Melancholy Baby." Baby Snooks is leading a kindergarten student strike. Rudy Vallee, The Connecticut Yankees, Fanny Brice, Victor Morely, Marguerita Padulla, Lou Holtz, John Goldsworthy, William Ewell, Judith Lowery, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Bennie Krueger, Irving Ashkenazy (author). 52:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

88609. Shell Chateau. September 14, 1935. NBC net. Sponsored by: Shell. Al starts the program singing, "Moonlight and Magnolias." Al Stone and Sheshe Lee do their vaudeville act. Henry Fonda appears in, "The Bride The Sun Shines On." Jolson introduces him as, "Harry Fonda." Jack Stanton and Peggy Gardner sing, "All For You." Fanny Brice appears in a monologue called, "Mama Cohen At The Beach." She uses a thick Yiddish accent in the skit, then sings, "My Man." Jolson sings, "Yes, We Have No Bananas" as an operatic aria. Al Jolson, Victor Young and His Orchestra, Jackie Hughes (an 11-year-old Irish tenor), Al Stone, Sheshe Lee, Henry Fonda, Florida Frebus, Jack Stanton, Peggy Gardner, Fanny Brice, Burton Bennett (announcer). 59:03. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

10225. Shell Chateau. October 26, 1935. NBC net. Sponsored by: Shell Oil. Wallace Beery is host and is featured in a moving drama of the death house. Fanny Brice does her famous Indian routine. One half of a one hour show. Wallace Beery, Fanny Brice. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

7200. The Ziegfeld Follies Of The Air. January 27, 1936. CBS net, WABC, New York aircheck. Sponsored by: Palmolive Soap. The first show of the season. The program's story-within-a-story" is about "Alice Moore," a small-timer who "wants her name up in lights; to be a Ziegfeld girl." "A blockbuster show within a show, in eleven scenes...just like Ziegfeld's stage revues. Fanny Brice is possibly impersonated, the first show of the new series was possibly February 22, 1936 (if so, this might be misdated or a rehearsal). Fanny Brice (?), James Melton, Al Goodman and His Orchestra, The Ziegfeld Chorus ("Glorifying the American Girl"), Patty Chafin. 61:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22045. The Royal Gelatin Hour. June 17, 1937. Red net. Sponsored by: Royal Desserts. Joe Laurie Jr. tells about his meeting with a New York hold-up man. Tallulah Bankhead appears in, "Advice To The Little Peyton Girl," by Dorothy Parker. The manager of the Algonquin Hotel in New York City is interviewed. Fanny Brice appears as Baby Snooks, with Teddy Bergman as Daddy. Rudy Vallee, The Connecticut Yankees, Graham McNamee (announcer), Joe Laurie Jr., Dorothy Parker, Alan Reed (billed as Teddy Bergman), Fanny Brice, Tallulah Bankhead. 58:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77199. Good News Of 1938. December 23, 1937. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Bulova Watch (local), Lucky Lager (local). The program originates from Sound Stage #30 at MGM. The program celebrates the completion of the film, "Rosalie." The program starts with a "Concert-Swing" version of, "Who." Nelson Eddy, Eleanor Powell, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Ilona Massey, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Jimmy Stewart (m.c.), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Louis B. Mayer, Ted Pearson (announcer). 61:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

45547. Good News Of 1938. December 30, 1937. Program #9. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Bulova Watch (local). Daddy tells Baby Snooks a story. Freda Starr, a thirteen year old singer from Brooklyn, sings, "Romantic Life." Myrna Loy and Jimmy Stewart appear in a skit about newlyweds. Fanny Brice plays a Jewish lady with a winning sweepstakes ticket. Edie Adams sings. A skit by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly features Hanley Stafford and Frank Morgan. Lionel Barrymore describes a "name the movie" contest. Jimmy Stewart (host, performer), Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Ted Pearson (announcer), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Freda Starr, Myrna Loy, Wallace Beery, Cedric Gibbons (MGM art director), Edie Adams, Lionel Barrymore. 59:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

19959. Everybody Sing. January 1938. MGM syndication. Air trailer. Allan Jones, Fanny Brice, Judy Garland. 13 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10054. Good News Of 1938. February 10, 1938. Program #15. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee (Bulova Watch local spot). The first tune is,"I Double Dare You." Baby Snooks and Daddy prepare for a dinner visit by Daddy's boss. Frank Morgan tells about his new car, and his trip to Europe. Fanny Brice as a French man-crazy singer. The program's featured drama is, "Of Human Bondage," by W. Somerset Maugham. Alan Jones and Betty James sing a duet. Virginia Bruce, Jimmy Stewart, John Carradine, Betty James, Gale Gordon, Robert Taylor (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Allan Jones, Ted Pearson (announcer). 59:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

45551. Good News Of 1938. February 17, 1938. Program #16. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. Daddy tries to teach Baby Snooks how to tell time. Jack Conway, director of "A Yank At Oxford," appears. The cast does a skit called, "Epilogue To Love." Jack Benny tries to "improve" the program and does a torrid love scene with Fanny Brice! Allan Jones, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Jack Benny, Jack Conway, Maureen O'Sullivan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Taylor, Ted Pearson. 59:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

45548. Good News Of 1938. March 10, 1938. Program #19. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Lucky Lager (local), Westfield Watches (local). Baby Snooks helps (?) Daddy do his income tax, MGM's physical trainer is interviewed. "Transient In Arcadia," with Rita Johnson and Robert Taylor. Robert Montgomery and Virginia Bruce plug their new movie, "The First One Hundred Years." Fanny Brice sings, "My Man." The cast does a newspaper skit. Robert Taylor (host, performer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Ted Pearson (announcer), Frank Morgan, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Rita Johnson, Robert Montgomery, Virginia Bruce. 60:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

45550. Good News Of 1938. March 24, 1938. Program #21. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Lucky Lager (local). Baby Snooks isn't much help as Daddy tries to rehearse a speech. Gabby Hartnett of the Chicago Cubs appears. Robert Montgomery and Rita Johnson appear in, "Happy Birthday To You." Lewis Stone and Mickey Rooney plug "Judge Hardy's Children," and do a scene from the film. Snooks "helps" with a Maxwell House commercial and sings a charming parody of, "Thanks For The Memory." Frank Morgan (host), Ted Pearson (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Gabby Hartnett, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Robert Montgomery, Rita Johnson, Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney. 59:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

45549. Good News Of 1938. March 31, 1938. Program #22. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Bulova Watch (local), Lucky Lager (local). Connie Boswell sings "The Gypsy In My Soul," Louis B. Mayer speaks from London from the premier of "A Yank At Oxford." Jack Conway, the film's director, is also heard. The program features a "Baby Snooks and Daddy" skit. Una Merkel reads her essay, "The Real Robert Taylor." Frank Morgan tells the story of "Tchaikovsky, The Flea." The cast does its version of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Robert Taylor (host, performer), Ted Pearson (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Connie Boswell, Louis B. Mayer, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Lionel Barrymore, Maureen O'Sullivan, Jack Conway, Una Merkel, Gilbert Russell. 60:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46697. Good News Of 1938. April 14, 1938. Program #24. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Bulova Watch (local). The first tune is, "It Seems To Be Spring." Daddy tries to find out why Uncle Louie is angry at Baby Snooks. Judy Garland sings a duet with Baby Snooks. Dress designer "Adrian" discusses fashion. Judy sings, "College Swing." Frank Morgan, the well dressed man. The featured play is "The Hebrides," by Irving Reis, with Hanley Stafford, Florence Rice, Robert Taylor. Frank Morgan, the historian, recalls Napoleon and Josephine (with the help of Fanny Brice). Bernarr McFadden presents Freddie Bartholomew with an award for his performance in "Captain Courageous." A short portion is missing from McFadden's interviews. Robert Taylor (host), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Judy Garland, Adrian, Frank Morgan, Irving Reis (writer), Florence Rice, Ted Pearson (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Bernarr McFadden, Freddie Bartholomew. 59:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

46702. Good News Of 1938. May 5, 1938. Program #27. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Gruen Watches, LeRoy's, Bulova Watches (local). The first tune is "Oh Mama." Robert Young's second appearance as host. Frank Morgan plans to open a personal escort service. Baby Snooks and Daddy in a railroad station restaurant. A scene from "Manhattan Melodrama," with Clark Gable, Florence Rice, Cedric Wilson, Robert Young, Una Merkel. Robert Young (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Ted Pearson (announcer), Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Clark Gable, Florence Rice, Cedric Wilson, Una Merkel. 60:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46279. Good News Of 1938. May 19, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Leroy's Jewelry (local). The first tune is, "Something Tells Me." Frank Morgan recalls his days as an opera singer, and sings an aria from, "Pagliacci." Douglas MacPhail sings. Baby Snooks and Daddy arrive at their beach house. The first performance of, "The MGM Theatre Of The Air," which is what the dramas on future programs are called, is presented. "Dark World," by Arch Oboler is heard. Joan Crawford does an extended soliloquy. Frank Morgan brags about his friendship with Joan Crawford (Morgan blows a line and cracks up Joan Crawford on the air). "If Men Went To The Market As Women Do." Arch Oboler, Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Joan Crawford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Ted Pearson. 60:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46282. Good News Of 1938. May 26, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "The Latin Quarter." Daddy tries to sneak out to the prize fights, and Baby Snooks isn't of much help! Una Merkel imitates (?) Greta Garbo. Robert Montgomery and Virginia Bruce do a scene from "Yellowjack." Composer Gus Kahn tells about song writing. Fanny Brice sings "I Was A Flora Dora Baby." Verna Felton appears in one of the commercials. The final minute or so of the program has been deleted. Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Gus Kahn, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Montgomery, Robert Young, Ted Pearson, Una Merkel, Verna Felton, Virginia Bruce. 58:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

10055. Good News Of 1938. June 9, 1938. Program #32. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee (Bulova Watch, Leroy's Jewelers local spots). The first tune is "Hooray For Hollywood." Fanny sings "Second Hand Rose." Baby Snooks and Daddy at the doctor's office. Frank Morgan relates his career as an orchestra conductor. Guest is Nat Finston, music director for MGM. Drama: "By Advice Of Counsel," by Blanche Firth Ullman. With Rita Johnson, Robert Taylor, Robert Young. Frank Morgan brags about his champion dog. "If Men Bought Automobiles As Women Do." Robert Taylor gets an award from "Radio Stars" magazine. About thirty seconds have been deleted from the middle of the show. Blanche Firth Ullman (writer), Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Mary Martin, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Rita Johnson, Robert Taylor, Robert Young, Ted Pearson. 60:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

46280. Good News Of 1938. June 16, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Wide Open Spaces." Frank Morgan gets steamship tickets. Mary Martin sings. Baby Snooks "helps" Daddy recover from a hangover. "Thicker Than Water," by Milton Geiger, with Robert Taylor, Wright Kramer, Freddy Bartholomew. "Hollywood," written by Ed Sullivan, is sung by Fanny Brice. Ed Sullivan is also heard. Douglas MacPhail, Ed Sullivan, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Freddie Bartholomew, Hanley Stafford, Mary Martin, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Milton Geiger (adaptor), Robert Taylor, Robert Young, Ted Pearson, Wright Kramer. 59:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46703. Good News Of 1939. September 1, 1938. Program #36. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first selection is a medley of tunes that became hits during the summer while the show was off the air. The first show of the season. Baby Snooks catches Daddy sneaking in at 3 A. M. Louis B. Mayer introduces scenes from "Boy's Town," with Spencer Tracey and Mickey Rooney. Father Edward J. Flanagan appears after the drama. Fanny Brice (as Baby Snooks) sings "A Tisket, A Tasket." Frank Morgan recalls his career as a doctor and surgeon. Robert Young (host), Ted Pearson (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Alice Faye, Louis B. Mayer, Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney, Edward Flanagan, Frank Morgan. 59:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46278. Good News Of 1939. September 15, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "I've Got a Pocket Full Of Dreams." Baby Snooks bedevils Daddy as he tries to relax. "Rendezvous," by George Beck, with Robert Taylor and Rita Johnson. A drama about a soldier and his date with death. Frank Morgan recalls his days in the army, his experiences as a judge and a lawyer. "If Men Gave Showers For Grooms Like Women Do For Brides." Robert Young (host), Ted Pearson (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Taylor, Virginia Barrow, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, George Beck (writer), Rita Johnson, Frank Morgan. 59:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46281. Good News Of 1939. September 22, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Morgan For Senator." Baby Snooks and Daddy discuss Aunt Sophie and her new baby. Frank Morgan tells guest Maxie Rosenbloom about his prize fighting career. Florence Rice and Robert Taylor in "Literary Gem," by George Beck, with Hanley Stafford. Maxie romances Fanny! Robert Taylor (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Ted Pearson (announcer), Phil Regan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, Maxie Rosenbloom, Florence Rice, George Beck (writer). 59:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46704. Good News Of 1939. September 29, 1938. Program #40. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. Frank Morgan, running for Senator, sings "Frank, The College Leader Man." Baby Snooks watches as Daddy becomes an artist. The director and cameraman from the picture, "Too Hot To Handle," describe their hardships in the jungle. Frank Morgan relates his experiences as a photographer. Scenes from "He Who Gets Slapped," with Spencer Tracy, Rita Johnson. "If Men Attended Fashion Shows As Women Do." Francis Wallace with football predictions. Christina Welles, Fanny Brice, Francis Wallace, Frank Morgan, George Jessel, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Phil Regan, Rita Johnson, Spencer Tracy, Ted Pearson. 59:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46698. Good News Of 1939. October 6, 1938. Program #41. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is a medley from "The Great Waltz." Daddy has insomnia, and Baby Snooks is no help. Frank Morgan recalls his days as a police inspector. Thirteen year old Lenny Lynn sings. An "air preview" of "Stablemates," with Wallace Beery, Mickey Rooney, Joe E. Brown. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Joe E. Brown, Lennie Lynn, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Mickey Rooney, Phil Regan, Robert Young, Ted Pearson, Wallace Beery. 59:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46271. Good News Of 1939. October 13, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "When The Circus Comes To Town." Daddy discovers that Baby Snooks hasn't been to school for three days! Eleanor Powell tap dances. Frank Morgan recalls his days as a ballet dancer. Lionel Barrymore and Lew Ayres do a scene from, "Young Dr. Kildare." Francis Wallace makes football predictions. The cast does "If Men Gave Charitable Bazaars As Women Do." Allan Jones, Eleanor Powell, Fanny Brice, Francis Wallace, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Jo Ann Sayers, Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Ted Pearson. 60:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46266. Good News Of 1939. October 20, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Liza." Baby Snooks and Daddy visit the art museum. Frank Morgan tells of his adventures in Polonia and Belgravia. Edgar Selwyn directs "The Moon Is On Fire," with Joan Crawford in a well-done original drama. "If Women Went On Hunting Trips As Men Do." The entire cast (including Joan Crawford) sings the finale. Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young (host), Billie Burke, Judy Garland, Frank Nelson, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Edgar Selwyn (director), Joan Crawford, Ted Pearson (announcer). 59:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46267. Good News Of 1939. October 27, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Bulova Watch (local), Beckman Furs (local). Baby Snooks and Daddy prepare to attend a wedding. Frank Morgan recalls his days as a reporter. "A Free Soul," with Clark Gable, Lionel Barrymore and Rita Johnson. Ralph Morgan (Frank's brother) makes a cameo appearance. Robert Young (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Miliza Korjus, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, Clark Gable, Lionel Barrymore, Rita Johnson, Ralph Morgan. 59:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46268. Good News Of 1939. November 3, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Love Is Sweeping The Country." Daddy tells Baby Snooks a bedtime story. Frank Morgan recalls his days as a concert violinist. "The Valiant," with Ralph Morgan, Ruth Hussey, Robert Young. A "horsey" finale. Betty Jaynes, Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Ralph Morgan, Ralph Morgan, Robert Young, Ruth Hussey, Ted Pearson. 59:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

46269. Good News Of 1939. November 10, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "The Girl Friend Of The Whirling Dervish." Frank Morgan brags about the many dogs that he's trained. Baby Snooks helps Daddy prepare for a college weekend. Snooks and George Murphy sing a duet. "The Copperhead," with Lionel Barrymore, Ruth Hussey, and George Murphy is a well-done Civil War drama. Maureen O'Sullivan and Lew Ayres do a scene from, "Spring Madness." Douglas MacPhail sings. Frank Morgan and Meredith Willson sing a "Gay 90s" tune. Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, George Murphy, Hanley Stafford, Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore, Maureen O'Sullivan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Ruth Hussey, Ted Pearson. 59:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10056. Good News Of 1939. November 17, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Bulova (local), Beckman's Furs (local). The first tune is "The Bumpy Road To Love." Frank Morgan relates how he battled burglars in his house. Louis Mayer and Father Flanagan talk about the "Boys Town" movie and appeal for funds. Daddy prepares Baby Snooks for a visit from the boss. Scenes from "The Shining Hour," with Joan Crawford, Melvyn Douglas and Robert Young. "If Men Played Cards As Women Do." About one minute is missing from the middle of the program. Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Tony Martin, Louis B. Mayer, Edward Flanagan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Joan Crawford, Melvyn Douglas, Robert Young, Margaret Sullavan, Ted Pearson (announcer). 59:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

46693. Good News Of 1939. November 24, 1938. Program #48. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Swing The Square." Daddy is proud of his new car, Baby Snooks is suitably impressed. Frank Morgan has had an accident with his car, he relates his experiences mining gold in the Mojave desert. Meredith Willson's orchestra plays, "Have A Heart," written by guest Mickey Rooney. A Thanksgiving drama, "Thanksgiving At The Hardy's," with Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Fay Holden, Cecilia Parker, Ann Rutherford. An original drama directed by George B. Seitz. Ted Pearson's last appearance as the show's announcer. Robert Young (host), Ted Pearson (announcer), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Tony Martin, Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Fay Holden, Cecilia Parker, Ann Rutherford, George B. Seitz (director). 59:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46692. Good News Of 1939. December 1, 1938. Program #49. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Love Is On The Air Tonight." The first appearance of Warren Hull on the program as the announcer. Frank Morgan and Meredith Willson sing, "Rigoletto." Daddy tries to get some work done at home as Baby Snooks tries to "help." Frank Morgan, the chemist-bacteriologist-physicist, creates an artificial emerald. Fanny Brice sings, "The Lambeth Walk," with a cockney accent. "The Gambler," with Frank Morgan (in a straight dramatic role), Martha Wentworth, Clarence Muse. A well-done drama about gambling. Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Tony Martin, Martha Wentworth, Clarence Muse. 59:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46691. Good News Of 1939. December 8, 1938. Program #50. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Bojangles Of Harlem." Warren Hull's second appearance on the program as announcer. Daddy tries to tell Baby Snooks the story of "Romeo and Juliet." Frank Morgan recalls his days as a Hindu mystic and makes wheatcakes in a hat. Rosalind Russell, Russell Hicks, Robert Young, Bernard Frizzell (?) and Donald Douglas do a scene from, "Within The Law." Bernard Frizell, Don Douglas, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Rosalind Russell, Russell Hicks, Tony Martin, Vern Goodell, Warren Hull. 59:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

46694. Good News Of 1939. December 15, 1938. Program #51. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Tomorrow." Daddy's not feeling too well, so Baby Snooks tells him a story! Frank Morgan is being sued for ruining the hat of a man during last week's magic trick. "A Christmas Carol," with Lionel Barrymore, Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart, Ronald Sinclair, Ann Rutherford, Franz Waxman (composer and conductor of the music for the drama). The cast does, "If Men Went Christmas Shopping As Women Do." Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Tony Martin, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, Lionel Barrymore, Charles Dickens (author), Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart, Ronald Sinclair, Ann Rutherford, Franz Waxman. 59:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

46695. Good News Of 1939. December 22, 1938. Program #52. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Here's To Eleanor," a medley of tunes made famous by Eleanor Powell. Baby Snooks and Daddy visit Santa Claus. Frank Morgan, the mountain climber. Baby Snooks recites, "The Owl and The Pussycat." A good radio drama, "Rendezvous At Dawn," with Robert Taylor and Rita Johnson. Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Tony Martin, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, Robert Taylor, Rita Johnson. 59:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

46979. Good News Of 1939. December 29, 1938. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "When You're In Love." Douglas MacPhail sings. "First Is Last," a pun-filled routine with Baby Snooks and Daddy. Bill Stern is interviewed about the upcoming Rose Bowl game and play-by-play sportscasting. Frank Morgan recalls how he played football on two teams at the same time! "Deep Rooted," with Lionel Barrymore and Beulah Bondi, is a play about a New Englander finally leaving for California after thirty years. Barrymore loses his place in the script for a moment. Beulah Bondi, Bill Stern, Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Lionel Barrymore, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Warren Hull. 59:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46980. Good News Of 1939. January 5, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "High Flyin." Guest Melvyn Douglas plays the harmonica. Daddy tries to get some exercise while Baby Snooks isn't of much help. Frank Morgan: master of phonetics and languages. "A Rose By Any Name," with Melvyn Douglas and Virginia Bruce. Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Melvyn Douglas (narrator), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Virginia Bruce, Warren Hull. 60:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46977. Good News Of 1939. January 12, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Jubilai." Frank Morgan recalls how he broke the bank at Monte Carlo. Miliza Korjus and Tony Martin sing. Daddy tries to tell Baby Snooks about fish. Frank gives Robert Young a tip on a horse, and recounts his duel with the finest swordsman in Europe. Dennis O'Keefe, Cecilia Parker, and Nat Pendleton talk about their new picture, "Burn 'Em Up O'Connor." Frank Morgan: the race car driver. "If Men Went Apartment Hunting As Women Do." Verna Felton is heard briefly during one of the commercials. Baby Snooks recites, "Three Little Kittens." Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Miliza Korjus, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Tony Martin, Dennis O'Keefe, Cecilia Parker, Nat Pendleton, Verna Felton. 59:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83227. Unknown Title. January 22, 1939. NBC net. Daddy has a hangover from the Smoker at the Elks Club. The program might be a March of Dimes fund appeal. Eddie thanks "Daddy" as "Stanley Stafford." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Eddie Cantor. 8:05. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

46978. Good News Of 1939. February 2, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Happy Little Farmer." Frank Morgan: the opera impresario. Daddy gets a ticket for walking on the grass in the park. Baby Snooks recites, "Simple Simon." "Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain is performed with Rex Ingram, Victor Killian, Claire Blanding, Mickey Rooney, Frank Nelson, and Elizabeth Risdon. The music score is by Franz Waxman, produced by Joseph Mankiewicz. Robert Young sings "Have A Heart," written by Mickey Rooney. Mickey also sings his tune. Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Tony Martin, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Miliza Korjus, Mark Twain (author), Rex Ingram, Victor Killian, Claire Blanding, Mickey Rooney, Frank Nelson, Elizabeth Risdon, Franz Waxman (music score), Joseph Mankiewicz (producer). 60:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46975. Good News Of 1939. February 16, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Cuckoo In The Clock," sung by Robert Young. Baby Snooks and Daddy get ready to take a train to the World's Fair. Frank Morgan's scarab, brought back from the Sahara desert. Scenes from "Fast and Loose," with Robert Montgomery and Rosalind Russell. Robert Montgomery apologizes for his laryngitis and asks Robert Young on the air, to take his place. The last show with Tony Martin as a regular. Verna Felton is heard in one of the commercials. Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Rosalind Russell, Robert Montgomery, Frank Morgan, Verna Felton, Tony Martin, Miliza Korjus, Joan Marsh, Frank Nelson, Tom Collins. 59:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46974. Good News Of 1939. February 23, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "It Seems To Be Spring." Gertrude Niesen sings. Baby Snooks and Daddy stop at a hotel on their way to the San Francisco World's Fair. Miliza Korjus sings. Frank Morgan mines for jade (part of the routine is deleted). Cary Wilson, a Hollywood commentator, tells the story of the unknown genius who invented agriculture. Baby Snooks recites, "Mary Had A Little Lamb," with gestures! Carey Wilson, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Gertrude Niesen, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Miliza Korjus, Robert Young, Warren Hull. 59:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

47578. Good News Of 1939. March 2, 1939. Program #62. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Winter Overture." Lew Ayres and Jimmy Stewart plug their new film, "Ice Follies Of 1939," and appear with Joan Crawford in scenes from the picture. Baby Snooks and Daddy are en route to the San Francisco Fair at Treasure Island. Frank Morgan recalls his days with the Canadian Mounties. Louis B. Mayer discusses horse racing with a handicapper and an official of Santa Anita. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Gertrude Niesen, Hanley Stafford, Jimmy Stewart, Joan Crawford, Lew Ayres, Louis B. Mayer, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Miliza Korjus, Robert Young, Warren Hull. 59:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

46981. Good News Of 1939. March 9, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "This Is It." Daddy tries to figure out his income tax, while Baby Snooks "helps." The twenty fifth anniversary of Frank Morgan's stage career (and of his marriage). "The Criminal Code," with Lionel Barrymore, Rita Johnson, Robert Taylor. Gertrude Niesen sings. A brief appearance by Robert Montgomery, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Gertrude Niesen, Hanley Stafford, Lionel Barrymore, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Rita Johnson, Robert Montgomery, Robert Taylor, Robert Young, Warren Hull. 59:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

46982. Good News Of 1939. March 16, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Hooray For Spinach." Baby Snooks and Daddy are at the San Francisco World's Fair. Frank Morgan describes his painting (a masterpiece!), and his career as a Parisian artist. Meredith Willson performs his "opera" based on, "Jeepers Creepers." Meredith sings all the parts! "Faith Is Not Always A Lady," an Irish play, with J. M. Carrigan, Wright Kramer, Elizabeth Risdon, Robert Montgomery (who directed the play as well as appeared in it). Elizabeth Risdon, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Gertrude Niesen, Hanley Stafford, J. M. Kerrigan (narrator), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Montgomery, Robert Young, Warren Hull, Wright Kramer. 59:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

23049. The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre. March 19, 1939. CBS net. "Fifi, The Flame Of Paree". Sponsored by: Gulf. A revue and also a "Gay 90's" melodrama. Phil Rapp (writer), Martha Raye, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Bob Hope, Oscar Bradley and His Orchestra, George Murphy (m. c.), John Conte (announcer), David Butler (director). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46976. Good News Of 1939. March 23, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "I Love To Ride On a Choo-Choo Train." Gilbert Russell sings. Baby Snooks and Daddy get ready for the opera. Frank Morgan is accused of cheating at cards by the oboe player's wife. Frank Morgan: the flower lover and gentleman farmer. Miliza Korjus sings. "Sgt. Madden," with Wallace Beery, Alan Curtis, Laraine Day, Mark Lawrence, Frances Arns. Baby Snooks recites, "Old Mother Hubbard." Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Gilbert Russell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, Miliza Korjus, Wallace Beery, Alan Curtis, Laraine Day, Mark Lawrence, Frances Arns. 59:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47576. Good News Of 1939. March 30, 1939. Program #66. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Fine and Dandy." Leo Carrillo imitates an Italian on the telephone. Frank Morgan, the ace pilot. Gale Gordon appears in one of the commercials. Daddy explains his truck farm operation to Baby Snooks. Walter Pidgeon and Virginia Bruce appear in, "Moral Victory," by Milton Geiger. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Gale Gordon, Hanley Stafford, Leo Carrillo, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Miliza Korjus, Milton Geiger (adaptor), Robert Young, Virginia Bruce, Walter Pidgeon, Warren Hull. 59:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

46973. Good News Of 1939. April 6, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "High Flyin." The program is dedicated to Jeanette MacDonald. Baby Snooks tells Daddy about her new tutor. Kitty Carlisle is interviewed about her Fashion Academy Award, she also sings. Frank Morgan as the style leader of London. "Morgan of Scotland Yard" recalls, "The Dentist Case." Drama: "The Voice Of Bugle Ann," with Lionel Barrymore. The system cue has been deleted. Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Kitty Carlisle, Lionel Barrymore, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Warren Hull. 58:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

47575. Good News Of 1939. April 13, 1939. Program #68. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Sing My Heart." Gilbert Russell sings. Baby Snooks has played hookey from school today, Daddy investigates. Frank Morgan: the Scotsman. "I'll Be Suing You," by Robert Riley Crutcher, features Virginia Bruce and Melvyn Douglas. Robert Young (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Melvyn Douglas, Gilbert Russell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, Robert Riley Crutcher (author), Virginia Bruce. 59:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47577. Good News Of 1939. April 20, 1939. Program #69. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "High Flyin'." Daddy takes Baby Snooks to the toy store. Frank Morgan recalls his career as an opera singer, and as a chemist! "The Hardy's Ride High," with Mickey Rooney. The Hardy family has inherited $2 million dollars! Daddy gives Baby Snooks a cooking lesson. Ann Rutherford, Cecilia Parker, Douglas MacPhail, Fanny Brice, Fay Holden, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Lewis Stone, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Mickey Rooney, Miliza Korjus, Robert Young, Warren Hull. 59:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48915. Good News Of 1939. April 27, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. A program celebrating Lionel Barrymore's 61st birthday. Eddie Cantor sings a birthday medley for Lionel. Daddy tries to get into the house early in the morning, with Baby Snooks on guard! "First Of The Month," by Edward James. A well-done serious drama about a landlord in New York's ghetto. Frank Morgan, the famous navigator. Robert Taylor is the m. c. for the Barrymore birthday tribute which features brief talks by Robert Montgomery, Mickey Rooney, Rosalind Russell, Clark Gable, Norma Shearer, Louis B. Mayer. Barrymore gives a reply speech of thanks. Robert Young (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Eddie Cantor, Lionel Barrymore, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Edward James (writer), Frank Morgan, Robert Taylor, Robert Montgomery, Rosalind Russell, Mickey Rooney, Clark Gable, Norma Shearer, Louis B. Mayer. 59:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

47573. Good News Of 1939. May 4, 1939. Program #72. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Got A Pebble In My Shoe." Guest Ed Sullivan recalls June 4, 1929 in a gossip column of the air. Frank Morgan, the journalist. Daddy tries to go to sleep, but Baby Snooks hears a burglar. Fanny Brice sings, "My Man." Frank Morgan in a serious drama, "Water Under The Bridge" with Rita Johnson and Gale Gordon. The orchestra plays, "Parade Fantastique," written by Meredith Willson. Robert Young (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Ed Sullivan, Connie Boswell, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Rita Johnson, Gale Gordon, Warren Hull (announcer). 59:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47574. Good News Of 1939. May 11, 1939. Program #71. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Gotta Get Some Shuteye." Daddy tries to get Baby Snooks to go to bed. Frank Morgan, the horse breeder. Scenes from "Lucky Night," with Myrna Loy, Robert Taylor and Gale Gordon. Baby Snooks sings, "Three Little Fishes." Robert Young, Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Myrna Loy, Robert Taylor, Gale Gordon. 59:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77200. Good News Of 1939. May 18, 1939. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is a medley, starting with, "I Cried For You" (with a vocal by Robert Young)! Snooks watches Daddy shave. In a second sketch, Daddy takes Snooks golfing. Frank describes the articles he's written for an encyclopedea. The program features a drama called, "Two Men Met At The Vale," with Robert Young and Wallace Beery. Wally reads a proclamation; Meredith has been named honorary police chief of Mason City, Iowa. It's Meredith's birthday. Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Connie Boswell, Wallace Beery, Robert Young (m. c.), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Howard Emmet Rogers (writer). 61:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83228. Good News Of 1939. May 25, 1939. NBC net. Daddy and Snooks visit Daddy's boss while he's in the hospital. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 7:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

77225. Good News Of 1939. June 1, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. It's Frank Morgan's birthday. The first tune is, "Rumplestiltskin." The date is subject to correction. Daddy's going fishing at 4:30 in the morning, Snooks has her own ideas. Frank Morgan continues his adventures as a spy, about to be executed by firing squad in the country of Bendovia. Carey Wilson tells a story called, "Yesterday." "If Men Took Care Of The Garden As Women Do." Frank tries to sing Baby Snooks to sleep. Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Connie Boswell, Frances Arms, Carey Wilson, Warren Hull (announcer), Robert Young (m.c.), Margalo Gillmore (? commercial spokeswoman), Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice. 55:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83226. Good News Of 1939. June 8, 1939. NBC net. Snooks and Daddy are at the beach. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 7:24. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

47572. Good News Of 1939. June 15, 1939. Program #77. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Stand By For Further Announcements." Daddy explains the business of "dying" to Snooks and her pet turtle. Frank Morgan appears on the show from WEAF, New York, where he's appearing for the opening of, "The Wizard Of Oz." Carey Wilson tells the story of, "Three Days Of The World's Worst Worrier." Daddy takes Baby Snooks to the ball game. Carey Wilson, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Warren Hull, Frances Arms, Warren Hull (announcer). 59:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

83222. Good News Of 1939. June 22, 1939. NBC net. There's a new baby in the house, and Snooks has disappeared. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 7:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

65889. Good News Of 1939. June 29, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The last show of the season. Snooks is jealous of the new baby; Daddy tells her the story of, "The Wizard of Oz." Robert Young introduces Judy Garland (who sings, "Over The Rainbow"). Judy, Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger and Robert Young sing tunes from, "The Wizard Of Oz." Fred Stone, who appeared in the Broadway stage show of "The Wizard Of Oz" in 1904, is interviewed. Frank Morgan says that he was in the original play too! He then describes how he invented the motion picture camera. Harold Arlen (the composer) plays and sings, "Over The Rainbow." The system cue has been deleted. Robert Young (host), Judy Garland, Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger, Fred Stone, Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Gertrude Niesen, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg, Sam Moore (writer), Phil Rapp (writer), Warren Hull (announcer). 59:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83223. Good News Of 1940. September 7, 1939. NBC net. Snooks has a toothache and doesn't want to go to the dentist. In a second scene, Snooks is at the dentist. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Nelson (?). 13:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

159. Good News Of 1940. September 14, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Let's Say Hello To The Ladies," sung by Walter Huston. Walter Huston (host), Roland Young, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Tony Martin, Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Travis, Warren Hull (announcer). 31:25. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

83224. Good News Of 1940. September 21, 1939. NBC net. There's a heat wave in town, Daddy and Snooks can't get to sleep. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 7:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83225. Good News Of 1940. September 28, 1939. NBC net. Daddy has to meet his boss at the airport, Snooks complicates the meeting. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 7:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83192. Good News Of 1940. October 5, 1939. NBC net. Daddy takes Snooks to the horse races at the County Fair. Daddy bets $2 on a long shot named, "Mudnick." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 7:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83194. Good News Of 1940. October 26, 1939. NBC net. Snooks has to write a composition; she chooses chocolate cake as the topic. In a second skit, Daddy takes Snooks to see her first movie ("The Littlest Rebel" is described). Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Walter Huston, Paulette Goddard. 11:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

48706. Good News Of 1940. November 2, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "The Little Red Fox" (narrated by Warren Hull). Guests are Marlene Dietrich and Maxie Rosenbloom. Connie Boswell sings "Stormy Weather." Daddy takes Baby Snooks down to the train station to meet a rich uncle. "The First Act" by Robert Riley Crutcher is performed. It's a drama about an interesting bet on love, with Marlene Dietrich and John Lake. The entire cast appears in a college football comedy. Meredith Willson conducts the world premier performance of "American Serenade" by Louis Alter. This program may be dated November 16, 1939. Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull, Marlene Dietrich, Maxie Rosenbloom, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Robert Riley Crutcher (author), John Lake, Louis Alter (composer). 58:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48582. Good News Of 1940. November 9, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Chatterbox." Ed Gardner as "Archie," tells a story of "Duffy's Tavern" and sings a song about California. One of the very first (if not the first) comedy skits about "Duffy's." Daddy's checking account is overdrawn...which leads to a discussion with Baby Snooks about Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims. Roland Young describes his recipe and "Scream" file. Walter Huston and Nan Sunderland appear in, "The Commodore Marries," by Kate Parsons, adapted by Robert Riley Crutcher. The entire cast does a drama-comedy set in France in 1812. Meredith Willson introduces "American Lullaby," written by Duke Ellington. Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Ed Gardner, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Connie Boswell, Roland Young, Walter Huston, Nan Sunderland, Kate Parsons (author), Robert Riley Crutcher (adaptor). 59:51. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48390. Good News Of 1940. November 16, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Are You Having Any Fun?" Maxie Rosenbloom quotes Shakespeare? Connie Boswell sings, "Jumpin' Jive." Daddy tries to explain astrology to Baby Snooks. Roland Young is in a very enlightened prison. "The Night Is Dark," by Shirley Ward; a drama about a "tough" kid's first hold-up. This program may be dated November 2, 1939. Billy Halop, Connie Boswell, Edward Arnold, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Maxie Rosenbloom, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Nadine Conner, Roland Young, Shirley Warde (writer), Warren Hull. 59:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

48707. Good News Of 1940. November 23, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Winter Wonderland." Connie Boswell sings, "Scatterbrain." Daddy's been called to jury duty, and tries to explain it to Baby Snooks. Guest Raymond Walburn ("The Deacon") tries his confidence game with turkeys. The band plays a fascinating arrangement of, "A Hundred To One." Walter Huston appears in, "Bright World," by Arch Oboler. "Here Comes The Pilgrims," a Thanksgiving comedy sketch "99 and 44/100 percent Puritan." The orchestra presents the world premier of "American Nocturne," by Dana Suisse. Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Raymond Walburn, Walter Huston, Arch Oboler (writer), Dana Suesse (composer). 59:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48708. Good News Of 1940. November 30, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Goody Good Bye." Baby Snooks learns a lot when Daddy tries to buy life insurance. Lou Holtz translates for a Hindu oboe player! Baritone Frank Travis sings. "Love In An Alley," by Charles Devine, adapted by Robert Riley Crutcher. The entire cast does a London drawing room comedy, "The Curse Of The Paddingtons" or "What Made The Tea Cozy?" Lou Holtz tells one of his "Sam Lapidus" stories. The orchestra presents the world premier of "American Song With Words," ("Arabesque") by Vernon Duke. Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Lou Holtz, Frank Travis, Charles Devine (author), Robert Riley Crutcher (adaptor), Fay Wray, Gale Gordon, Connie Boswell, Vernon Duke (composer). 59:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49039. Good News Of 1940. December 7, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The orchestra opens the show with, "The Waiter With The Water," with a vocal by Warren Hull. Daddy and Baby Snooks buy a building lot in the suburbs. Walter Huston stars in "Excursion," by Victor Wolfson. It's an interesting drama about the captain of a ferry, who is about to be retired after his vessel is turned into a garbage scow, adapted by Robert Riley Crutcher. Meredith Willson presents the world premier of, "American Caprice" by Morton Gould. Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Lou Holtz, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Travis (baritone), Victor Wolfson (writer), Robert Riley Crutcher (adaptor), Walter Huston, Morton Gould (composer). 59:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49038. Good News Of 1940. December 14, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The program originates from Hollywood and New York. The first selection is a medley of tunes about New York, with a vocal by announcer Warren Hull. Baby Snooks gets psychoanalyzed! A radio preview of "The Great Victor Herbert," with Mary Martin, Alan Jones, and Walter Connolly. Baby Snooks and Lou Holtz sing a duet, and the entire cast joins in. Meredith Willson presents the world premier of, "An American Bacarole," by Henry Warren. Willson also plays the flute solo. Allan Jones, Connie Boswell, Edward Arnold, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harry Warren (composer), Lou Holtz, Mary Martin, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Walter Connolly, Warren Hull. 59:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

65394. Good News Of 1940. December 21, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The program features a "special preview" of "Gulliver's Travels" with Lanny Ross and Jessica Dragonette (from New York). The first tune is, "It's A Hap-Hap-Happy Day." Baby Snooks and Daddy talk about Christmas presents. Lanny and Jessica sing, "Make Believe." After a radio version of the film, Dave Fleischer tells how the picture was made. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Connie Boswell, Lou Holtz, Benny Rubin, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Lanny Ross, Jessica Dragonette, Edward Arnold (host), Warren Hull (announcer), Al Goodman and His Orchestra, David Fleischer, Robert Stevens. 59:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

42409. Good News Of 1940. December 28, 1939. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "We're All Together Now." Connie Boswell sings, "Stop, It's Wonderful." Fanny Brice and Hanley Stafford as Baby Snooks and Daddy go hunting. John Boles sings, "It Happened In Monterey." John Boles and Lucille Ball appear in, "Invitation To The Waltz," by Robert Riley Crutcher, a drama about a crusading newspaper editor out to tackle a corrupt city. Lou Holtz sings his famous "travesty" of "O Solo Mio" and the cast joins in. The world premier of, "An American Minuet" by Harold Arlen, commissioned for the program by Meredith Willson. Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Boles, Lou Holtz, Benny Rubin, Lucille Ball, Robert Riley Crutcher (writer), Harold Arlen (composer). 59:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

42688. Good News Of 1940. January 4, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Peace Brother." Connie sings, "I'm An Old Cowhand." Snooks annoys Daddy while he's listening to police calls on his new shortwave radio. Gale Gordon is heard as a police dispatcher. Ann Sothern and William Gargan appear in an original "Joe and Ethel Twerp" drama by Damon Runyon. William Gargan tries to ask Baby Snooks a riddle and messes it all up. The world premier of "American Concert March" by Ferde Grofe, commissioned by Meredith Willson, is performed. Ann Sothern, Brian J. Byrne (adaptor), Connie Boswell, Damon Runyon (author), Don Coe (director), Edward Arnold, Fanny Brice, Ferde Grofe (composer), Gale Gordon, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Raymond Walburn, Warren Hull, William Gargan. 59:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

42411. Good News Of 1940. January 11, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Log Cabin Syrup. Hattie McDaniel and an "all-Negro cast" are heard in an "old fashioned revival scene." Fanny Brice and Hanley Stafford appear as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Daddy tries to get some work done at home. William Gargan and Lurene Tuttle perform in an untitled story by Paul Rafall about a near-desperate out of work actor. Connie Boswell sings, "Indian Summer." Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Hattie McDaniel, Raymond Walburn, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Paul Rafall (writer), William Gargan, Lurene Tuttle, Connie Boswell. 59:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

49397. Good News Of 1940. January 18, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "Confucius Say." Connie Boswell sings, "Scatterbrain." Daddy tries to teach Baby Snooks about chemistry. Joe Twerp and Ethel go to see "Gone With The Wind," in a skit by Damon Runyon (adapted by Robert Riley Crutcher). Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), William Gargan, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Damon Runyon (author), Robert Riley Crutcher (adaptor), Lola Lane, Frank Travis, Raymond Walburn, Benny Rubin. 59:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49036. Good News Of 1940. January 25, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "We're All Together Now." Daddy plans to buy a pony for Baby Snooks. George Huston appears as "The Spirit Of Metropolis" in "Ode To New York," an excellent composition by Meredith Willson. Brenda Joyce, Alice Faye, Richard Green, and Fred MacKaye are featured in "Little Old New York." Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Connie Boswell, George Huston, Brenda Joyce, Alice Faye, Richard Green, Fred MacKaye. 59:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

42410. Good News Of 1940. February 1, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is, "There's Gotta Be A Wedding." Connie Boswell sings, "Farewell To Arms." Fanny Brice and Hanley Stafford appear as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Daddy is trying to trace his family tree. The cast performs "Happy Year" by Arch Oboler, a drama of love, crime and punishment. Alan Marshal, Arch Oboler, Benny Rubin, Claudette Colbert, Connie Boswell, Edward Arnold, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull, William Gargan. 59:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49398. Good News Of 1940. February 8, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. Connie Boswell sings "Stormy Weather." Daddy shows Baby Snooks his newly invented coffee pouring robot. Ronald Colman and Ida Lupino appear in scenes from, "The Light That Failed," by Robert Carson (adapted by Robert Riley Crutcher). Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Ronald Colman, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Parker, William Gargan, Benny Rubin, Ida Lupino, Muriel Angeles, Frank Nelson, Billy Cook, Serita Wooten, Robert Riley Crutcher (adaptor), Robert Carson (author). 59:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

49399. Good News Of 1940. February 15, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "Birds Of A Feather." Connie Boswell sings "I've Got My Eyes On You." Daddy tries to balance his books, but Baby Snooks needs help with her homework! Virginia Bruce appears in, "Purple and Fine Linen" by May Eddington (adapted by Robert Riley Crutcher). Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Virginia Bruce, William Gargan, Benny Rubin, Connie Boswell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, May Eddington (writer), Robert Riley Crutcher (adaptor). 60:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

49400. Good News Of 1940. February 22, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The first tune is "An Actor's Life For Me." Baby Snooks has spent Daddy's dollar on ice cream sodas for her friends. Connie Boswell does a fine swing version of "Martha." The cast performs, "The Lone Wolf Strikes," adapted by Robert Riley Crutcher. Michael Waring solves a baffling murder. Edward Arnold (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Warren Hull (announcer), Iris Meredith, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Benny Rubin, Connie Boswell, William Gargan, Warren William, Eric Blore, Robert Riley Crutcher (adaptor). 58:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83219. Good News Of 1940. February 22, 1940. NBC net. Daddy sent Snooks to the candy store for a newspaper, but Snooks spent the dollar on candy. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Edward Arnold. 8:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83220. Good News Of 1940. February 29, 1940. NBC net. Daddy and Snooks have returned from a wedding. Snooks drank too much punch (and goldfish!). Daddy suggests she put a piece of wedding cake under her pillow. Gracie Allen visits to campaign for her election for president. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Gracie Allen. 10:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83221. Good News Of 1940. March 7, 1940. NBC net. Daddy tells Snooks about amnesia. Later, she's discovered in a police station, without her memory. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 11:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83216. Good News Of 1940. March 14, 1940. NBC net. Daddy's booked an upper berth for his airplane trip. They get aboard the airplane and Daddy tells Snooks the story of, "Tom Thumb." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 10:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83217. Good News Of 1940. March 21, 1940. NBC net. Easter is going to be on March 24th this year; which leads to a discussion of the Easter rabbit and Easter eggs. Daddy and Snooks go to the pet store to buy a rabbit. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Benny Rubin. 11:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83218. Good News Of 1940. March 28, 1940. NBC net. Daddy tries to relax at home, with very little help from Snooks. Little Robespierre has gotten his first tooth. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 10:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83207. Good News Of 1940. April 4, 1940. NBC net. Daddy has gotten a $12 charge on his phone bill. It was an April Fool's Day call to New York. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 8:13. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83208. Good News Of 1940. April 11, 1940. NBC net. Apparently two excerpts from the same show. Daddy plans to go hunting for wild boar; Snooks wants to go along. At the movies to see, "The Bluebird;" Daddy and Snooks first see a short subject about fishing. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Meredith Willson. 10:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83209. Good News Of 1940. April 18, 1940. NBC net. Daddy is preparing his magic act. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 8:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83214. Good News Of 1940. April 25, 1940. NBC net. Daddy, Snooks and Robespierre spend the night at a motel. Snooks recites the poem, "The Jolly Old Sow." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 10:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83215. Good News Of 1940. May 2, 1940. NBC net. Daddy and Snooks visit rich Uncle Camembert in the hospital. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 7:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83213. Good News Of 1940. May 9, 1940. NBC net. Daddy has written some jokes for Jack Benny. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 5:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83212. Good News Of 1940. May 16, 1940. NBC net. Snooks has told about the deck of marked cards that Daddy uses to cheat at cards. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson, Dick Powell. 1:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83210. Good News Of 1940. June 20, 1940. NBC net. Snooks has to have her tonsils removed. The date is approximate. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Frank Nelson. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83203. Good News Of 1940. July 11, 1940. NBC net. Daddy is at the beach with Snooks and Robespierre. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 8:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83204. Good News Of 1940. July 18, 1940. NBC net. Daddy takes Snooks to the library. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 7:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83205. Good News Of 1940. July 25, 1940. NBC net. Daddy takes Snooks to a waterfront travel agency, to pick up their tickets to Honolulu. The last show of the series. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 8:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83206. Maxwell House Coffee Time. September 5, 1940. Red net. The first show of the series. Snooks has been selling magazine subscriptions. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 9:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83178. Maxwell House Coffee Time. September 12, 1940. Red net. Daddy tries to "finagle" a deal for a new car. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 9:41. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83201. Maxwell House Coffee Time. September 19, 1940. Red net. Snooks has been playing hookey. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Frank Nelson, Don Wilson. 11:04. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83202. Maxwell House Coffee Time. September 26, 1940. Red net. Daddy is sick. He gave Snooks $1 for medicine from the drugstore; but she spent the money on ice cream Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 10:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83179. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 10, 1940. Red net. Daddy has tickets for tonight's football game, or does he? Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Frank Nelson. 11:13. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83181. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 17, 1940. Red net. Daddy plans to go to art school. Where's Snooks with change from a $5 bill? Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Meredith Willson. 12:23. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83171. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 24, 1940. Red net. Daddy has quit his job and going to go into business for himself. He takes Snooks to the bank to apply for a loan. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 12:36. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83151. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 31, 1940. Red net. Daddy's going to be the toastmaster at a dinner for his boss. However, Snooks made a Halloween costume out of his formal suit. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Meredith Willson. 12:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83211. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 7, 1940. Red net. Daddy want to piece a piece of land...on which Snooks discovers oil! Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83152. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 14, 1940. Red net. Snooks isn't feeling well, what are those red spots on her tummy? Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell, Meredith Willson. 11:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

46400. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 21, 1940. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. Mary Martin sings "Falling Star" for the first time, from the film, "The Great Dictator." The song was co-written by Charlie Chaplin. Daddy tells Baby Snooks about Thanksgiving. The last 1 1/2 minutes of the program are only in fair condition. Don Wilson, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell (host), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Jack Benny (guest), Mary Martin. 29:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

83154. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 28, 1940. Red net. Snooks has stolen a "hot" turkey! Daddy wants Snooks to give him "the bird!" Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 11:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

28507. Maxwell House Coffee Time. December 5, 1940. Red net. Daddy the chemist. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 9 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83155. Maxwell House Coffee Time. December 12, 1940. Red net. Daddy does Snooks' crossword puzzle (a clever pun). A visit to Uncle Camembert's haunted house in the country. Where did he hide all his money? Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 18:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83156. Maxwell House Coffee Time. December 19, 1940. Red net. Baby Snooks has opened all the Christmas presents. Daddy tells her the story about Christmas skates for a little boy. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 9:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83157. Maxwell House Coffee Time. December 26, 1940. Red net. It's after Christmas and time to return all the presents to the department store. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dick Powell. 12:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

3164. Tenth Anniversary Salute To Movie Radio Guide. 1941. Program #3. NBC syndication. Sponsored by: Movie Radio Guide. Fanny Brice (as Baby Snooks), Tony Martin, Bob Hope, Don Wilson, Bill Goodwin, Jerry Colonna, Harry Von Zell. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

83153. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 2, 1941. Red net. Daddy wants to sneak out for an evening at Frank Morgan's house; but first a bedtime story about Robinson Crusoe. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Don Wilson (announcer), John Conte, Frank Morgan. 9:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83148. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 9, 1941. Red net. Daddy explains time zones to Snooks. Daddy takes Snooks to the art museum. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte, Frank Morgan, Frank Nelson. 9:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83149. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 23, 1941. Red net. Daddy and Snooks are in the car driving home, when they get a flat. Two flats! Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 10:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83150. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 30, 1941. Red net. Daddy is serving on jury duty. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 7:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83158. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 6, 1941. Red net. Daddy takes Snooks to the Botanical Gardens. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83191. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 13, 1941. Red net. Daddy tries to work on his income taxes. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83183. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 27, 1941. Red net. Daddy takes Snooks to the races at Santa Anita. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83860. Maxwell House Coffee Time. March 20, 1941. Red net. Daddy takes Snooks and Robespierre to the photographer. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83198. Maxwell House Coffee Time. March 27, 1941. Red net. Buying a new pair of shoes for Snooks. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:43. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83199. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 3, 1941. Red net. A visit to zoo with Baby Snooks. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83855. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 17, 1941. Red net. Daddy and Snooks are at Wrigley Field to watch the Cubs play the Pirates. Snooks is going to throw out the first ball. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83193. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 24, 1941. Red net. Daddy has to fix dinner, he's planning on fried Post Toasties! Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83856. Maxwell House Coffee Time. May 8, 1941. Red net. Daddy takes Snooks to a riding academy. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83857. Maxwell House Coffee Time. May 22, 1941. Red net. Daddy has insomnia; Snooks joins him in the kitchen for a midnight snack. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83858. Maxwell House Coffee Time. May 29, 1941. Red net. Daddy takes Snooks to an auction of antiques. A bad idea. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83859. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 5, 1941. Red net. Daddy is exercising in the morning. He's preparing for a boxing match at the lodge. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83186. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 12, 1941. Red net. Daddy is working on his new invention: a new type of X-Ray machine. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83187. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 19, 1941. Red net. The National Father's Day Committee has selected Hanley Stafford as "America's Most Resourceful Father," for the third year in a row. Daddy gave Snooks $1 to buy a deck of cards. It's "Father's Day," not "Dollar Day." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte, Frank Morgan. 10:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83188. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 26, 1941. Red net. Daddy the artist is trying to finish a new canvas. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

68540. Maxwell House Coffee Time. July 3, 1941. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The show begins with an outrageous pun. Frank Morgan tells how he invented the motion picture camera. Baby Snooks is at the airport with Daddy, waiting to board an airplane. The descriptions of the sleeping arrangements aboard the plane make it sound like a Pullman car! Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, John Conte. 24:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

83189. Maxwell House Coffee Time. July 10, 1941. Red net. Daddy is happy...Snooks is going to camp! Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83190. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 2, 1941. Red net. Snooks has returned from camp. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte, Meredith Willson. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

68448. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 9, 1941. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. Frank Morgan recounts his football career at nine schools! Baby Snooks is starting at a new school. Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, John Conte, Hanley Stafford, Fanny Brice, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Frank Nelson (?). 17:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68524. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 16, 1941. Red net. Snooks visits the beauty parlor. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter, John Conte. 10:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

83182. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 23, 1941. Red net. Daddy and Snooks are hunting ducks. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 7:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

68506. Maxwell House Coffee Time. October 30, 1941. Red net, KDKA, Pittsburgh aircheck. Snooks wants to go out on Halloween. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, John Conte. 9:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

68496. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 6, 1941. NBC net, KDKA, Pittsburgh aircheck. Daddy takes Snooks to the post office to teach her thrift and to buy Defense Stamps. Hanley Stafford, Fanny Brice. 10:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83184. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 6, 1941. Red net. Daddy gives Snooks a lesson in thrift, by taking her to the post office to buy Defense Stamps. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83185. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 13, 1941. Red net. Daddy's going on a secret mission; Mommy is sending him to the grocery store. Mixed nuts are on the shopping list. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte, Meredith Willson. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

68647. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 20, 1941. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. Bruce Carruthers, a former member of the R. C. M. P. pays a visit, so Frank Morgn recalls his days as a Mountie. The Maxwell House commercial recalls the time actor Edwin Booth stopped at the famous hotel. Daddy tries to explain the story of Thanksgiving to Baby Snooks. A page is read is read from Baby Snooks' diary. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, John Conte (host), Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Bruce Carruthers, Frank Nelson (commercial spokesman). 28:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68403. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 27, 1941. Red net, KDKA, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. Frank Morgan claims to be descended from Miles Standish, his Uncle Miles. Fanny Brice and Hanley Stafford appear as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Daddy's going to an opera called, "William Tell"...or to a smoker. Will Snooks find out? Snooks sings a duet with her young friend "Red." The program's guest is cover girl Kay Aldrich. Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Kay Aldrich, John Conte (announcer), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 25:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

83180. Maxwell House Coffee Time. December 18, 1941. Red net. Daddy has been appointed Air Raid Warden for the neighborhood. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

69066. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 1, 1942. NBC net, KDKA, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Grape Nuts Sweet Meal, Bulova Watch (local). Daddy has a hangover from New Year's Eve, Baby Snooks isn't of much help. John Conte, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 10:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68877. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 8, 1942. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House. Host John Conte sings "Falling Stars," and then interviews a navy "master diver." Frank Morgan tells how he started as a janitor on a minesweeper and became a "master diver." Frank cracks himself up and can barely get through his script. Daddy is growing vegetables to help the war effort, despite the "help" from Baby Snooks. John Conte, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Fanny Brice. 23:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

83172. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 15, 1942. Red net. Snooks has invited "Red" to be a house guest. Daddy tries to get everybody to bed; including an attemp at reading, "Rip Van Winkle." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83173. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 22, 1942. Red net. Snooks is taking a train to visit Grandma, after she's cured of a case of hiccups. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83174. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 29, 1942. Red net. Snooks has been caught signing Daddy's name to her report card. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83175. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 5, 1942. Red net. Daddy is giving Snooks knitting lessons. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83176. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 12, 1942. Red net. Daddy has to feed Snooks and Red and get them to bed. Meanwhile, there's a tent in the living room, made from the bed sheets. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

68830. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 19, 1942. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. John Conte starts the program singing, "Humpty Dumpty Heart." Guest "Don The Beachcomber" is interviewed. Daddy explains to Baby Snooks that he is facing an insurance physical in the morning. Frank Morgan describes his adventures in the South Seas. The extended commercial ties George Washington to Maxwell House through his love of good coffee! The first 16:53 of the program only. John Conte, Don The Beachcomber, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan. 16:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

83177. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 26, 1942. Red net. There's a chicken is Snooks' bed. Red stole the chicken..and so did Snooks! Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83077. Maxwell House Coffee Time. March 19, 1942. NBC net. It looks like Snooks and Red have the measles...or do they? Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83168. Maxwell House Coffee Time. March 26, 1942. Red net. Daddy is taking his Red Cross First Aid examination tonight. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 8:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83169. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 2, 1942. Red net. Daddy is planning to buy a new suit for Easter. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte, Meredith Willson. 7:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83170. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 9, 1942. Red net. It's Daddy's birthday and Snooks has a surprise for him. She's baking him a cake. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

53027. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 16, 1942. NBC net. Daddy has hurt his back while bowling. He sent Snooks out for some linament, but it looks and tastes like chocolate ice cream. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

77026. Command Performance. April 19, 1942. Program #9. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree." Baby Snooks and Daddy on the golf course. Abbott and Costello do their "Who's On First?" routine. The program was released May, 1942. Shirley Temple (m. c.), Paul Douglas (announcer), Martha Tilton, Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra, Six Hits and A Miss, Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Bill Wright, Herb Vigran, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello. 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83165. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 23, 1942. Red net. Daddy has ordered a $50 trout rod with his $5 raise. There are no secrets from Snooks. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83166. Maxwell House Coffee Time. April 30, 1942. Red net. Daddy tries to get Snooks onto the "Quiz Kids" program. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

83167. Maxwell House Coffee Time. May 7, 1942. Red net. Daddy borrowed $50 to buy that trout rod and is planning to go fishing tomorrow. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 11:03. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

4028. Maxwell House Coffee Time. May 21, 1942. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Post Toasties. Frank tells of his experiences in a lumber camp. Daddy has found a way to make sugar from lemons. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, John Conte, Harlow Wilcox, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

8095. Maxwell House Coffee Time. May 28, 1942. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. The last fifteen minutes of the program only. John Conte, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

83163. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 4, 1942. Red net. It's the Higgins' tenth wedding anniversary party, but first, it's time to get Snooks to bed. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

83164. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 11, 1942. Red net. Daddy Higgins is the proud father of new twins! Snooks meets them for the first time. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:03. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83159. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 18, 1942. Red net. Snooks and her pal Red visit the new twins. How about a trade? Daddy bathes the babies. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 9:35. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

83160. Post Toasties Time. July 2, 1942. Red net. Sponsored by: Post Toasties. The twins are being Christened tomorrow, Daddy plans to widen the old baby carriage. Guest Reginald Gardiner tries to help Frank Morgan improve his memory. This leads to Reginald imitating wallpaper, locomotives and other inanimate objects. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte (host), Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Reginald Gardiner (guest), Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 29:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

83161. Maxwell House Coffee Time. September 3, 1942. Red net. Snooks is back from Aunt Sophie's; it's time to read her report from camp. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte. 8:38. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

91977. Command Performance. September 22, 1942. Program #32. AFRS origination. The date above is the recording date, the program was distributed in the autumn. The first tune is, "Here You Are." A "Baby Snooks and Daddy" skit is featured. Don Ameche (m.c.), Ken Carpenter (announcer), Vivian Blaine, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Nelson Eddy, Edgar Bergen, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, The RKO Studio Orchestra, Constantine Bakaleinikoff (conductor). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51273. Maxwell House Coffee Time. December 10, 1942. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee, Log Cabin Syrup. The first tune is, "The Pennsylvania Polka." The first appearance by Frank Tours as the program's orchestra leader, replacing Meredith Willson (who has possibly entered military service). Frank Morgan (the Englishman) tries to impress Frank Tours. The Maxwell House commercial is based on, "Melancholy Baby." Daddy takes Baby Snooks duck hunting! John Conte (host), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Tours (conductor), Frank Morgan, Phil Rapp (writer), Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

92001. Command Performance. June 19, 1943. Program #71. AFRS origination. The date above is the recording date. The first tune is, "I Don't Want Anybody At All." A tribute to the British troops. Dinah Shore (m. c.), Bing Crosby (m. c.), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Mel Blanc, The Murphy Sisters, Ziggy Talent (vocal), Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. 28:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37354. Treasury Star Parade. September 16, 1943. Program #259. Treasury Department syndication. "Baby Snooks and Daddy". Big-nosed Uncle Bushrod comes to dinner. Label date: For broadcast September 16, (1943). Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, John Conte, Carlton KaDell (announcer), Thelma Ritter (writer), Phil Rapp (writer), William Artzt and His Orchestra. 15:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77516. Mail Call. September 30, 1943. Program #58. AFRS origination. The program was released November, 1943. The first tune is, "This Is The Army, Mr. Jones." Fanny Brice appears as, "Baby Snooks." Lionel Barrymore (m. c.), Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dennis Day, Georgia Gibbs, Elvia Allman, Joseph Kearns, The Music Maids and Hal, Skinnay Ennis and The OTC Band. 29:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

3545. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 4, 1943. NBC net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. A woman detective follows Frank to make sure he doesn't tell any lies. Daddy uses Snooks as a witness in a trial and is lucky he doesn't get thrown into jail. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, John Conte, Hanley Stafford. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69361. Maxwell House Coffee Time. November 25, 1943. Red net. Sponsored by: Maxwell House Coffee. John Conte sings, "Candlelight and Wine." A Thanksgiving fantasy: Baby Snooks has turned into a Turkey, and so has Daddy! Frank Morgan has turned into a rooster. John Conte, Frank Tours (conductor), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan. 14:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

6737. Maxwell House Coffee Time. 1944. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. John Conte sings, starting with, "Thank Your Lucky Stars." Frank tells his tall tales of old Mexico. It's Snooks' first day of school. AFRS program name: "The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show." John Conte (host), Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Frank Tours and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon (arranger), Howard Duff (AFRS announcer). 30:45. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

18085. The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show. 1944. Program #41. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Morgan the Chef. Snooks has tied up a neighbor boy with Daddy's radio antenna wire. The date is approximate. Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, John Conte, Harlow Wilcox, Frank Tours and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford, Chef Milani, Eloise. 29:51. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

22740. Baby Snooks Promos. 1944. CBS net. Fanny Brice and Hanley Stafford do six promos, about four minutes each, for: I Love A Mystery, Dr. Christian (Jean Hersholt is heard), Meet Corliss Archer, Inner Sanctum, Ozzie and Harriet, This Is My Best. The date is approximate. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Jean Hersholt. 25:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

86057. Maxwell House Coffee Time. 1944. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey." Frank tells about his time as a British espionage agent. AFRS program name: "The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show." John sings, "I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night." Daddy and Baby Snooks hang wallpaper. See cat. #49615 for a similar routine. The date is approximate. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, John Conte, Harlow Wilcox, Frank Tours and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford, Howard Duff (AFRS announcer). 23:28. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

18086. The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show. January 6, 1944. Program #52. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "For The First Time." "The Man Behind Superman." Harry Donnenfield recalls how he bought the feature from Siegel and Shuster. Frank claims to be Superman's secret identity. Daddy tries to work at home while Snooks wrecks the place. Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Harry Donnenfeld, John Conte, Harlow Wilcox, Hanley Stafford, Eloise. 29:48. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

6977. The Radio Hall Of Fame. January 9, 1944. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Philco. Daddy has a plan to save the government oils and fats by making cooking oil from used motor oil! This is a more complete, network, sponsored version of cat. #2927. Laird Cregar appears in a drama titled, "Moonlight." The program features a recreation of Garry Moore's first starring radio appearance. Garry then tells the story of a man who burned the candle at both ends. Deems Taylor (host), Garry Moore, Joan Edwards, Laird Cregar, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Dee Englebach (producer, director), George Faulkner (writer), Abel Green (ediotr-in-chief of Variety), Glenn Riggs (announcer). 59:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

79837. Maxwell House Coffee Time. January 20, 1944. NBC net. Baby Snooks is going to portray a witch in the school play. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 8:15 (no end leader). Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

22737. Maxwell House Coffee Time. February 17, 1944. Program #58. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Frank Morgan the ornithologist, with a real mynah bird! Snooks and Daddy at the Hollywood Palms Hotel. AFRS program name: "The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show." Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, John Conte, Harlow Wilcox, Frank Tours and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford, Frank Nelson, Victor Young and His Orchestra (music). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

773. Maxwell House Coffee Time. May 18, 1944. Program #71. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is "It Had To Be You." Snooks ruins Daddy's piano lesson. Frank Morgan recalls his genius in the field of electronics and his invention of the "electric ear." AFRS program name: "The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show." Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Frank Tours and His Orchestra, John Conte, Harlow Wilcox, Victor Young and His Orchestra (music fill), Carmen Dragon (arranger), Howard Duff (AFRS announcer). 29:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5756. Maxwell House Coffee Time. June 15, 1944. Program #75. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Morgan tells about his days as a lion tamer with a circus. Snooks tries Daddy's patience on a bus. AFRS program name: "The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show." The last show of the series starring Fanny Brice. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, John Conte, Victor Young and His Orchestra. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

43129. Blondie. October 8, 1944. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. "Blondie Meets Baby Snooks". Alexander seems to be bored with everything, and then Baby Snooks comes into his life! Ken Niles (announcer), Arthur Lake, Penny Singleton, Tommy Cook, Hanley Stafford, Fanny Brice, Lenny Conn and His Orchestra (music fill), Chic Young (creator). 28:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

9619. Mail Call. October 18, 1944. Program #114. AFRS origination. A tribute to the Ninth Infantry Division. Connie Haines sings, "Swingin' On A Star." Lionel Hampton plays the piano with two fingers. Baby Snooks and Daddy go to the movies. Linda Darnell (m.c.), Don Wilson (announcer), Connie Haines, Phil Regan, Lionel Hampton, Les Paul, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 30:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46027. Thanksgiving Special Program. November 23, 1944. AFRS. The first tune is a medley beginning with "Give My Regards To Broadway." Dinah Shore and Harry Von Zell visit Wally Brown's house for Thanksgiving dinner. Baby Snooks and Daddy turn into turkeys! Lionel Barrymore (host), Percy Faith and His Orchestra, Dinah Shore, Harry Von Zell, Wally Brown, John Charles Thomas, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan. 29:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

104625. Post Toasties Time. December 3, 1944. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. AFRS replacing "Village Store" #64. Snooks tells a fib about Daddy's cigars. A rhinoceros took them! The first tune is, "Great Day." Postman Dingle goes to a psychiatrist and recalls his school days. Danny sings a clever song, "I'm The Smartest Man In The World." AFRS program name: "The Fanny Brice Show." Fanny Brice, Danny Thomas, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford, Mel Blanc. 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6738. The Baby Snooks Show. 1945. CBS net. A very funny show. Mother Higgens invites Daddy's old flame for a visit so she can see how baggy Daddy has become. The plan goes awry. The body of the show only, no open or close. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 25 minutes. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

77263. Post Toasties Time. 1945. CBS net. Daddy rehearses his magic act with Baby Snooks. The title is subject to correction, the date is approximate. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Danny Thomas. 6:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

103381. G.I. Journal. February 9, 1945. Program #81. AFRS origination. The date above is the date the program was recorded. The program was released shortly thereafter. The show features, "Baby Snooks and Daddy." Mel Blanc, Hanley Stafford, Fanny Brice, The King Sisters, Virginia Bruce. 29:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3873. Post Toasties Time. May 13, 1945. Program #99. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Danny appears as Jerry Dingle, the postman. Everyone goes to the Bijou Theatre for some old fashioned vaudeville and also a Dr. I. Q. type quiz show. AFRS program name: "The Baby Snooks Show." The first tune is, "Anything Goes." Fanny Brice, Danny Thomas, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford. 29:45. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

43266. Tribute To Ethel Barrymore. August 15, 1945. ABC net. Sustaining. Tributes by many entertainment personalities. Dozens of celebrities (that are not named below), say nothing more than their names. The program also has a reply by Ethel Barrymore. Alfred Lunt, Arthur Hopkins, Basil Adlam (composer, conductor), Bernard Baruch, Billie Burke, Bing Crosby, Cary Grant, Charles Bracken, Claudette Colbert, Constance Collier, Dwight Hauser (director), Eleanor Roosevelt, Elsie Janis, Ethel Barrymore, Fanny Brice, Gregory Peck, Harry Truman, Herbert Bayard Swope, Herbert Hoover, Katharine Hepburn, Katharine Cornell, Lionel Barrymore, Louis B. Mayer, Lucille Watson, Lynn Fontanne, Ruth Gorman, W. Somerset Maugham (author), Spencer Tracy, Tallulah Bankhead, Walter Hampden. 29:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

64664. Robert Benchley, Radio Critic. September 1945. CBS net. Sustaining. A series of four to five minute programs with specially written material promoting the fall season. Robert Benchley introduces scenes from "Blondie" (with Arthur Lake, Penny Singleton), "The Aldrich Family," "The Baby Snooks Show" (Fanny Brice), "The Jimmy Durante-Garry Moore Show" (Jimmy Durante, Garry Moore), "The Jack Carson Show" (Jack Carson, Arthur Treacher), "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show" (George Burns, Gracie Allen). Robert Benchley, Arthur Lake, Penny Singleton, Fanny Brice, Jimmy Durante, Garry Moore, Jack Carson, Arthur Treacher, George Burns, Gracie Allen. 25:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106549. The Baby Snooks Show. November 25, 1945. CBS net. Sponsored by: Sanka, Jell-O. Daddy has invented, "The Higgins Meat Piller." A rehearsal recording. There are no music or sound effects for the first 12 minutes. Harlow Wilcox is not heard for 12 minutes. See cat. #106740 for a recording of this program as broadcast. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Frank Nelson, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra. 22:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

106740. The Baby Snooks Show. November 25, 1945. CBS net. Daddy has invented a "meat piller." It makes meat into a pill. Baby Snooks sings, "Would You Like To Swing On A Star." "Jerry Dingle" (Danny Thomas) invents a Frankenstein-type monster named, "Dinglestein." See cat. #106549 for a rehearsal recording of this program. Fanny Brice, Danny Thomas, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford. 27:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

99664. The Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre. December 24, 1945. CBS net. "Pinocchio". Sponsored by: Lady Esther. The story was previously told on December 25, 1944, and subsequently again on December 30, 1946 (see cat. #84736), December 22, 1947 and again on December 30, 1948 (see cat. #106277). Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Truman Bradley (announcer), Wilbur Hatch (arranger, conductor). 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78216. Command Performance. 1946. Program #213. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Jeepers Creepers." Frank Morgan (m. c.), Ken Carpenter (announcer), Marilyn Maxwell, Jose Iturbi, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 30:05. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

72455. The Baby Snooks Show. April 28, 1946. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Honeysuckle Rose." Daddy has gotten a week's vacation. Travel agent Frank Nelson tries to help. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Bob Graham (vocal), Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Frank Nelson. 30:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38276. The Baby Snooks Show. September 6, 1946. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jello, La France Bluing Flakes. Snooks trades places in school with the daughter of the colored washerwoman. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Sara Berner. 29:15. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

7229. Stars In The Afternoon. September 29, 1946. CBS net. Sustaining. A preview of CBS's 1946-47 season. Ozzie Nelson (host), Harriet Hilliard (host), Joan Davis, Wally Brown, George Murphy (of "Academy Award Theatre"), Meredith Willson, Robert Trout, Ned Calmer, William L. Shirer, Jack Carson, Arthur Treacher, Norma Jean, The New York Philharmonic, Artur Rodzinski (conductor), Andy Russell, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, William Demarest, Mel Blanc, Gene Autry, Herbert Marshall, Hildegarde, Archie Bleyer and His Orchestra, Agnes Moorehead, Lionel Barrymore, Phil Baker, William N. Robson (producer, director), Robert Lewis Shayon (producer, director), Larry Berns (assistant producer-director), Sterling Tracy (assistant producer-director), Ase Oates (? assistant producer-director), Carroll Carroll (script editor, supervisor), Lud Gluskin and His Orchestra, Bob Lemond (announcer). 89:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

35393. The Baby Snooks Show. November 1, 1946. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jello. Daddy gets into a Halloween feud with a neighbor, and Snooks is no help. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Arlene Harris, Sara Berner, Ben Alexander, Frank Nelson, Georgia Ellis, Robert Bentz. 29:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

6880. The Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre. December 30, 1946. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. "Pinocchio". The famous fairy tale told by Baby Snooks and Daddy in their own very funny style. AFRS program name: "Showtime." See cat. #84736 for a network, sponsored version of this broadcast Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Truman Bradley (announcer), Bill Lawrence (producer, director), Harry Cronman (adaptor), Wilbur Hatch (arranger, conductor). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

65803. The Baby Snooks Show. 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jello. Daddy gets an audition for Snooks with a summer stock company. Both Snooks and Daddy tread the boards. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Frank Nelson, Ken Christy. 24:48. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

49615. The Baby Snooks Show. March 21, 1947. CBS net, AFRS rebroadcast. The Higgins family is redecorating the house, Daddy has built his own desk. Snooks and Daddy decide to hang the new wallpaper themselves. A similar skit was previously used, see cat. #86057. An excerpt from the program was rebroadcast on, "To The Rear March" (see cat. #10284). AFRS program name: "The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra. 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6739. Here's To Veterans. April 1947. Program #47. Veterans Administration syndication. Snooks' mother has invited an obnoxious author named Mr. Blair to visit. The date is approximate. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Arlene Harris, Alan Reed. 14:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

104657. The Baby Snooks Show. April 4, 1947. Program #29. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Baby Snooks wants to join the "Campfire Scouts." Daddy tries to start a fire by rubbing two sticks together. Then, they go fishing. Fanny has trouble one one spot reading her script. AFRS program name: "Fanny Brice (Baby Snooks)." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

104658. The Baby Snooks Show. April 18, 1947. Program #33. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Daddy tries to take a nap, but first he has to deal with "Arnold the Cricket" and "Matilda, the Maid." Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 29:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49616. The Baby Snooks Show. April 25, 1947. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. After much effort to get Snooks and Robespierre to bed, the Higgins' are off to a theatre party. But Snooks has her own ideas! Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Gale Gordon, Alan Reed. 31:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

93812. The Baby Snooks Show. May 23, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jell-O. Daddy tries to get Snooks interested in reading the encyclopedia. Snooks is interested enough to answer the questions on a radio quiz show...with a little help! The program opening is slightly upcut. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 29:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

22738. The Baby Snooks Show. October 17, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Spic 'n Span. Snooks donates Daddy's new suits to a charity auction. One commercial has been deleted. The date may be incorrect. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Bob Graham (vocals). 28 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

39873. The Baby Snooks Show. October 24, 1947. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Jello, Log Cabin Syrup. A funny show. When facing rejection at a party, Snooks decides she needs a boyfriend. Joining a Lonely Hearts Club, an elderly elevator operator from Des Moines comes to elope with Snooks. The date may be incorrect. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Arlene Harris. 29:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2686. Special Friday Night Star Recording. 1948. CBS syndication. A promotional program for Friday nights on the network's upcoming fall season. The date is approximate. Danny Thomas, Frank Morgan, Don Ameche, Frances Langford, Fanny Brice, Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Hilliard, Spike Jones. 14:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

22739. The Baby Snooks Show. May 14, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jello. The entire Higgens family has wild adventures at the circus. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Alan Reed, Harlow Wilcox (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

57. Guest Star. May 16, 1948. Program #60. Treasury Department syndication. Baby Snooks is dragged to the opera by Daddy. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

61223. The Baby Snooks Show. September 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jello. When Snooks declares that she's going to run away from home. Daddy reads a book on psychology and encourages her to go! The date is approximate. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Arlene Harris, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Jess Oppenheimer (writer), Ashmead Scott (writer), Frank Tarloff (writer), John Brown, Will Wright, Dink Trout. 29:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106277. The Camel Screen Guild Theatre. December 30, 1948. NBC net. "Pinocchio". Commercials deleted. The story was told previously on December 25, 1944, December 30, 1945 (see cat. #99654),on December 30, 1946 (see cat. #84736) and on December 22, 1947. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Hans Conried, Jeffrey Silver, Janet Waldo, Arthur Q. Bryan, Bill Lawrence (director), Harry Cronman (adaptor). 27:41. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

106635. The Camel Screen Guild Theatre. December 30, 1948. NBC net. "Pinoccio". Commercials deleted. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Arthur Q. Bryan, Jeffrey Silver, Bill Lawrence (director), Harry Cronman (adaptor), Janet Waldo. 27:29. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

109018. The Baby Snooks Show. December 27, 1949. NBC net. Sponsored by: Tums, N-R Tablets. Snooks has invited Ed and Mabel Malone to share the house with the Higgins'. Now that they're here, how to get rid of them. The final 14:22 of the program. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Sheldon Leonard, Don Wilson (announcer), Arthur Stander (director, writer), Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Florence Halop, Bob Fisher (writer), Arlene Harris, Frank Nelson. 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

27339. NBC Closed Circuit. August 8, 1950. NBC net. Not for broadcast. Talks by the executive vice president of network promotion and advertising and the advertising and promotion manager of NBC. The start of the, "Three Chimes Mean Good Times on NBC" campaign. George Hicks describes NBC's audible trademark. The first fifteen minutes of the program only. George Hicks, Groucho Marx, Ronald Colman, Fanny Brice, Charles R. Denny (Executive Vice President, NBC). 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

7126. The Big Show. November 12, 1950. NBC net. Sponsored by: Anacin, RCA Victor. The second show of the series. Baby Snooks gets an acting lesson from Tallulah, Groucho holds his quiz on the show and teaches Pinza how to sing "Some Enchanted Evening." Tallulah does a Dorothy Parker monologue called "Sentiment." Tallulah Bankhead, Groucho Marx, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Lovejoy, Ezio Pinza, Fanny Brice, Jane Powell, Jimmy Wallington (announcer), Hanley Stafford, David Brian, John Agar, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Dorothy Parker (author). 89:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

59506. The Baby Snooks Show. March 20, 1951. NBC net. Sponsored by: Tums, N-R Tablets. Daddy applies for a bank loan so the Higgins family can get new Easter outfits. The Higgins family has been called, "poor white trash." The date is subject to correction. Don Wilson (announcer), Arthur Stander (writer, producer), Frederick Shields, Elvia Allman, Ken Christy, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Bob Fisher (writer), Arlene Harris, Frank Nelson. 28:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46910. The Baby Snooks Show. May 1, 1951. NBC net. Sponsored by: Tums. Snooks signs Daddy's name on her report card and gets spanked for doing it. She gets her revenge when Daddy's boss and his wife come to dinner. Fanny Brice loses her place in the script during the final commercial, she died May 29, 1951. Arthur Stander (writer, producer), Don Wilson (announcer), Arlene Harris, Frank Nelson, Elvia Allman, Ken Christy, Vivi Janis, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Sid Dorfman (writer). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

47606. Recollections At Thirty. October 17, 1956. Program #15. NBC net. Sustaining. Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks and singing "My Man" (1936), Joe Penner tells jokes and sings, "When The Pussywillow Whispers To The Catnip" (1936), Ginger Rogers sings, "Isn't This A Lovely Day To Be Caught In The Rain," Mickey Rooney sings, "When I Grow Up To Be A Man" (1937). The Bob Hope Show with Bob, "Brenda and Cobina." Judy Garland's first radio appearance (on "Shell Chateau") introduced by Wallace Beery (October, 1935). Blanche Stewart, Bob Hope, Bob Mauer (director), Bob Mauer (director), Ed Herlihy (announcer), Elvia Allman, Fanny Brice, Fred Collins (announcer), Ginger Rogers (guest), Joe Penner, Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Wallace Beery. 24:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46212. Recollections At Thirty. December 5, 1956. NBC net. Sustaining. Professor Kaltenmeyer's Kindergarten (December, 1936), Fanny Brice and Teddy Bergman as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Ireene Wicker, "The Singing Lady." Dr. Walter Damrosch's Music Appreciation Hour. Alan Reed (billed as Teddy Bergman), Ireene Wicker, Walter Damrosch, Ed Herlihy (host), Fred Collins (announcer), Professor Kaltenmeyer, Fanny Brice. 19:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10839. Same Time, Same Station. January 9, 1972. Program #3. KRLA, Pasadena. "Alan Reed Remembers Radio". Sustaining. The famous radio actor recalls his early days in radio, illustrated with many excerpts with Fanny Brice, Fred Allen, Abie's Irish Rose, others. Interesting excerpts and memories. Alan Reed, Fanny Brice, Fred Allen, John Price (producer, narrator). 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

63962. Command Performance. May 29, 1977. AFRTS origination. "Thirty-Fifth Anniversary Salute". Am assembled program from past Command Performance broadcasts. "Daddy" tries to play golf...with Baby Snooks along! Memories of Jack Benny's childhood. Bing Crosby sings, "Star Dust." Bud Abbott and Lou Costello do their "Who's On First" routine. Eddie Cantor reads, "The Leatherneck Corps." George Burns and Gracie Allen do a routine about Irene Dunne. Edgar Bergen tells Charlie the story of, "The Pied Piper." Red Skelton appears as "Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid" and Dorothy Lamour visit an army base. Judy Garland and Bob Hope are heard in a routine from 1943. Bob Hope (m. c.), Don Wilson (announcer), Eddie Cantor, Dinah Shore, Ken Carpenter, Frank Sinatra, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Dennis Day, Bing Crosby, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Edgar Bergen, Red Skelton, Dorothy Lamour, Judy Garland, Frank Bresee (writer, producer). 56:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

9582. Radiola Records. Program #1. "Jest Like Old Times". Commercial release. Excerpts of old comedy radio shows. Bert Lahr, Billy Jones, Ernie Hare, Jack Pearl, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick (Stoopnagle and Budd, Ed Wynn), Edgar Bergen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Joe Penner, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Fanny Brice. 57:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10284. To The Rear March. Program #48. AFRS. A rebroadcast of an excerpt from "The Baby Snooks Show" of March 21, 1947. Daddy has built his own desk, while the decorator makes his plans (see cat. #49615). Also, an excerpt from "The Fred Allen Show" of April 21, 1946. The "Allen's Alley" question is, "What Did You Like Best About The Circus?" Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Fred Allen, Kenny Delmar, Parker Fennelly, Minerva Pious, Alan Reed, The De Marco Sisters. 30:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

10908. The Lone Ranger. Syndicated, WRVR-FM, New York aircheck. "Thunder Martin". Sponsored by: Silver Cup Bread. Different from cat. #11937 and #11967, despite the same title. The Lone Ranger origin story, an edited version of the twentieth anniversary program. Fill material is a "Baby Snooks" routine. WRVR rebroadcast date: October 30, 1972. Brace Beemer, John Todd, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Fred Foy (announcer), Bob Martin, Jay Michael, Paul Hughes, Bill Saunders, Harry Goldstein, Paul Sutton, George W. Trendle (creator, producer), Charles D. Livingstone (director). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

13130. Radiola Records. Program #39. "Baby Snooks and Daddy". Commercial release. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21980. Maxwell House Coffee Time. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Snooks has laryngitis, Dr. Morgan has the cure. This program has been dated March 19, 1942, but Frank Tours didn't appear on the show until about 1944. Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, John Conte, Frank Tours and His Orchestra, Harlow Wilcox, The Golden Gate Quartet (music fill). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

26739. Listener's Digest. "The Fanny Brice/Frank Morgan Show," "The Jimmy Durante Show". Issue #141. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Jimmy Durante. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37194. Treasury Star Parade. Program #116. Treasury Department syndication. Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Dinah Shore, Vincent Price (host), Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Larry Elliott (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

38388. Guest Critic Series Starring Fanny Brice. CBS. CBS program promotions for "The Biggest Show In Town." Six different four minute programs. 1. Your Hit Parade 2. The New York Philharmonic (Artur Rodzinski appears) 3. The Adventures Of The Thin Man (Les Damon and Claudia Morgan appear) 4. Vox Pop 5. Take It Or Leave It 6. The Adventures Of Ozzie and Harriet (Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Hilliard appear) Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Artur Rodzinski, Les Damon, Claudia Morgan, Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Hilliard. 29:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46411. The Fanny Brice-Frank Morgan Show. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Frank tells of his career as a jockey to a lady jockey, a guest on the show. Baby Snooks and Daddy try hitch-hiking home. Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox, John Conte, Frank Tours and His Orchestra, Carmen Dragon (arranger), Howard Duff (AFRS announcer), Victor Young and His Orchestra (music fill). 30:32. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete.

50269. Radiola Records. Program #158-159. "Fanny Brice On Radio". Commercial release. Fanny Brice. 2 hours. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52869. WLW Programs. WLW, Cincinnati. Group #5. Excerpts recorded off the air while WLW was authorized to transmit with a power of 500,000 watts. 11:00 P. M.: Kay Kyser's Kollege Of Musical Knowledge (ends) (:38). WLW station I. D. Paul Sullivan News, sponsored by Kentucky Club. With Paul Sullivan. 9:00 P. M.: The Rudy Valle Hour, with Rudy Vallee (ends) (:50). WLW station I. D./Benrus watch spot announcement. Good News Of 1939, with Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford (4:32). 11:00 P. M.: Jimmy Fidler News (ends). Bob Sherwood (announcer). Sponsored by Crisco. (:46). WLW station I. D./Firestone spot announcement. Paul Sullivan News, sponsored by Kentucky Club Tobacco. With Paul Sullivan (2:34). 10:00 P. M.: The National Barn Dance (ends) (:23). WLW station I. D. The NBC Symphony Orchestra (Artur Rodzinsky conducting) (2:42) 12:00 P. M.: Salute To The Cities (ends) (:39). WLW station I. D. Moon River (2:00). 1:00 A. M.: Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra. Toby Reed (announcer). Band remote from The Peacock Court of the Hotel Mark Hopkins, San Francisco (ends) (:42). WLW station I. D. Art Mooney and His Orchestra. Band remote from The Cocktail Grill of The Hotel Webster Hall, Detroit (WWJ origination) (2:44). 10:00 P. M. The National Barn Dance (ends). WLW station I. D. Uncle Ben's Dog House. Jimmy Leonard (announcer) (3:27). 9:00 P. M.: Unidentified program (ends) (:30). WLW station I. D. The Battle Of The Sexes, with Frank Crummit, Julia Sanderson, Alan Kent, Jack Costello (announcer) (1:16) Tobe Reed (announcer), Art Mooney and His Orchestra, Jimmy Leonard (announcer), Frank Crumit, Julia Sanderson, Alan Kent (host), Jack Costello (announcer), Paul Sullivan, Rudy Vallee, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Bob Sherwood (announcer), Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra. 31:43. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpts.

52873. WLW Programs. WLW, Cincinnati. Group #9. Excerpts recorded off the air while WLW was authorized to transmit with a power of 500,00 watts. 9:00 P. M.: The Rudy Vallee Show (dated February 23, 1939) (:45) (ends). Benrus spot announcement/WLW station I. D. Good News Of 1939 with Warren Hull (announcer), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Gertrude Niesen, Fanny Brice, Hanley Staffod (6:55). 12:00 midnight: The Salute To The Cities (1:00) (ends). WLW station I. D. and power change announcement: actually WLW didn't broadcast with 500,000 watts, the experimental station licensed as W8XO simulcast WLW programs with 500,000 watts. 1:00 A. M.: Buddy Fisher and His Orchestra. Band remote from The Old Vienna Restaurant in Cincinnati (ends) (:50). W8X0 station I. D. Carl "Deacon" Moore and His Wah Wah Music. Band remote from The Blue Room of The Music Box in Omaha Nebraska (1:05). 11:00 P. M.: Smoke Dreams (ends) (:30). Peter Grant News with Peter Grant (:39). Gertrude Niesen, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Buddy Fisher and His Orchestra, Carl Deacon Moore and His Wah Wah Music, Peter Grant, Warren Hull, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra. 14:30. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpts.

59975. The Baby Snooks Show. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jello, Log Cabin Syrup. Snooks sends away for "atomic lotion" bottles to sell and get a prize. This is the first step to the electric chair! Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Arlene Harris, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Hans Conried, Jess Oppenheimer (writer), Mac Benoff (writer), Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford. 29:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

60920. The Baby Snooks Show. CBS net. Sponsored by: Jello. Snooks finds herself on a radio quiz show, answering every question in sight. An interesting early look at the problem of "rigged quiz shows" on CBS! Fanny Brice, Carmen Dragon and His Orchestra, Hanley Stafford, Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Frank Nelson. 29:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

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