Kruger, Otto

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of February 01, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


69200. The Charlie McCarthy Show. January 24, 1943. NBC net, KDKA, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Chase and Sanborn Coffee. A special one hour broadcast in honor of the Quartermaster Corps and Standard Brands' Peekskill, New York plant being awarded an Army-Navy "E" Award. The show starts with Don Ameche singing the song of the Quartermaster Corps. Edgar tries to talk Charlie into taking piano lessons from guest Jose Iturbi. Don Ameche and Jeanette MacDonald appear in, "Pick-Up," by Adelyn Bushnell and Marshall Bradford. Jeanette MacDonald sings, "The Marine Corps Hymn" and other service songs. Dale Evans and The Sportsmen sing, "Out Of This World." Deputy Chief of Staff Joseph McNierny speaks from Washington, D. C. Charlie and Jeanette compare notes about freckles. A visit to "McCarthy's Last Chance Beauty Saloon." Jose Iturbi plays the 11th Hungarian Rhapsody by Franz Liszt and Gershwin's first and third Preludes. The commercials are all tributes to the Quartermaster Corps. This program is Pat Patrick's last appearance before entering the army. Edgar Bergen, Don Ameche, Jeanette MacDonald, Adelyn Bushnell, Marshall Bradford, Dale Evans, The Sportsmen, Joseph McNierny, Pat Patrick, Jose Iturbi. 59:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

17116. The Lone Ranger. January 12, 1950. ABC-TV net origination, syndicated, WPIX-TV, New York audio aircheck. "Jim Andrews"/"Outlaw Town". Participating sponsors. Season #1, episode #18. The Lone Ranger breaks up a town that's a refuge for criminals. WPIX-TV rebroadcast date: September 2, 1975. Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Greta Granstedt, Gene Reynolds, Marshall Bradford, John Eldridge, George W. Trendle (creator, executive producer), Gerald Mohr (narrator), Fran Striker (writer), George Archainbaud (director), Jack Chertok (producer), Paul Landers (producer). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

17157. The Lone Ranger. February 1, 1951. ABC-TV net origination, syndicated, WPIX-TV, New York audio aircheck. "Sheriff Maloney"/"Behind The Law". Participating sponsors. The Lone Ranger helps a town being run by the Folsom gang and helps a lawman regain his self-respect. WPIX-TV rebroadcast date: October 14, 1975. Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Bob Carson, Marshall Bradford, George Chesebro, James Guilfoyle, Gene Evans, Gene Roth, Ward Blackburn, Clarence Straight. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

17209. The Lone Ranger. November 20, 1952. ABC-TV net origination, syndicated, WPIX-TV, New York audio aircheck. "The Burke Gang"/"Trial By Fire". Participating sponsors. WPIX-TV rebroadcast date: January 18, 1976. The Lone Ranger comes to the aid of a feuding father and son and captures the Burke gang while he's at it. John Hart, Jay Silverheels, Fred Foy (announcer), Gerald Mohr (announcer), Ross Ford, Pierre Watkin, Gail Davis, Stanley Andrews, Robert J. Wilke, Mickey Simpson, Emerson Tracy, Marshall Bradford, Ralph Peters. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

108122. Space Patrol. April 11, 1953. Program #120. ABC-TV net, audio + video, Comet Distributing Corporation syndication. "The Space Mail Robbery". Commercials deleted. A criminal tries to enlist his 16-year-old nephew into a life of crime. The program opening has a billboard for Nestle's chocolate products. Very good kinescope video. Ed Kemmer, Lyn Osborn, Mike Moser (creator, producer), Dik Darlay (director), George Pembroke, Jeffrey Silver, Marshall Bradford, Ken Mayer, Norman Jolley (writer), Jack Narz (announcer), Mike Devery (executive producer). 19:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

108157. Space Patrol. June 20, 1953. Program #130. ABC-TV net, audio + video. "The Gigantic Space Knife". Sponsored by: Ralston cereals. A "Space Knife" that uses a thin "Ray Beam" can slice a space ship in two. After a series of robberies in outer space, Major Robertson pilots a freighter himself, which is also sliced into two parts! The title of next week's story is announced as, "The Space Patrol Microscope." Excellent kinescope video. The locations of the "Ralston Rocket" are announced for the coming week. Ed Kemmer, Lyn Osborn, Mike Moser (creator), Dik Darlay (producer, director), Ken Mayer, Donald Lawson, Kem Dibbs, Marshall Bradford, Jack Narz (announcer), Norman Jolley (writer), Bela Kovacs (associate producer), Mike Devery (execitve producer). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

17264. The Lone Ranger. March 10, 1955. ABC-TV net origination, syndicated, WPIX-TV, New York aircheck. "Chief Lazito"/"Jornada Del Muerto". Participating sponsors. An outlaw living with the Apaches is behind a series of Indian uprisings. The Lone Ranger is determined to bring him in. WPIX-TV rebroadcast date: August 5, 1976. Richard Crane, Steven Ritch, John Hubbard, Ray Montgomery, Marshall Bradford, Raymond Meurer, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Joseph Vitale, Rick Vallin. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

17279. The Lone Ranger. July 28, 1955. ABC-TV net origination, syndicated, WPIX-TV, New York aircheck. "Jim, Mr. Carter"/"Framed For Murder". Participating sponsors. A crooked lawyer blackmails a storekeeper and tries to kill a young man who has discovered a gold claim. WPIX-TV rebroadcast date: August 29, 1976. Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, David Bruce, Whit Bissell, Robert Carson, Jan Shepard, Marshall Bradford. 28:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 8 programs.