Kruger, Otto

Copyright 2014, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of January 17, 2014. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.

39723. The Cavalcade Of America. May 3, 1943. Red net. "Soldiers In Greasepaint". Commercials deleted. The story of the first U. S. O. Camp Show tour of the battlefronts. A good show, originating from Hollywood. Kay Francis, Mitzi Mayfair, Martha Raye, Wally Maher (doubles), Hans Conried (doubles), Hal Gerard (doubles), Virginia Gordon, Joseph Kearns, Bob Bruce (doubles), Frank Graham (doubles), Eustace Wyatt, Sheila Sheldon, Frank Nelson, Joseph Granby, George Corey (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Jim Bannon (announcer), Georgia Backus (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor). 26:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

12904. Soldiers In Greasepaint. November 25, 1943. NBC net. Sustaining. A Thanksgiving salute to the U. S. O. Al Jolson sings, "People Will Say We're in Love" (from New York, with a strained voice). General Joseph Byron speaks from San Francisco. Rear Admiral Louis E. Dunfell speaks from Washington, D. C. about the U. S. O. Al Jolson, Andy Devine, Anna Lee, Bob Hope, Bob Zeal (producer), Carole Landis, Fay McKenzie, Frances Langford, Fredric March (broadcasting from Cairo), Jack Benny, Jackie Heller (broadcasting from Guadalcanal), Jascha Heifetz (broadcasting from Panama), Jerry Colonna, Jim Burke, Jinx Falkenburg, John Garfield, Judith Anderson, Kay Francis, Martha Raye, Merle Oberon, Mitzi Mayfair, Phil Rapp (supervisor), Thomas Peluso and His Orchestra, Joseph Byron, Louis E. Dunfell. 44:4. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

9632. Command Performance. December 11, 1943. Program #96. AFRS origination. The program is dedicated to the AEF North African Network (one-year-old), with, "The North African Follies." Martha Raye sings, "Mr. Paganini." The cast of the film "Four Jills In A Jeep" appear and play the roles of G. I.'s. The date above is recording date. Martha Raye, Kay Francis, Mitzi Mayfair, The Four Jills, Ken Carpenter (announcer), The 370th Army Air Forces Band, Skinnay Ennis (conductor), Anna Lee, Bob Hope (m. c.), Carole Landis, Arvin Dale (vocal: "Alexander's Ragtime Band"), Frances Langford. 28:1. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

Report contains 3 programs.