Copyright 2014, J. David Goldin.
These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of April 24, 2014. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
75943. The Royal Gelatin Hour. March 4, 1937. Red net. Sponsored by: Royal Desserts. The first tune is, "Melody For Two." Edgar Bergen tells Charlie McCarthy about the zodiac and the constellations; and reads his palm. Judith Anderson and Walter Abel appear in, "A Bill Of Divorcement," by Clement Dane. Don't miss Mary Jane Walsh making her network radio debut singing, "Rhythm At The Rainbow Room." Armonk policeman Gerald Hendricks tells Rudy how he captured a bank robber. The story makes exciting listening. Rudy Vallee, Judith Anderson, Walter Abel, Gerald Hendricks, Mary Jane Walsh, Milton Douglas, Edgar Bergen, The Swing Kids, Clement Dane (writer), Harold Vermilyea, Sy Baker (trumpet). 54:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.
65999. The Cavalcade Of Stars. August 26, 1950. Dumont-TV net audio aircheck. Sponsored by: The Druggists Of America, Lysol, Serutan, Fresh Soap, J & J Surgical. Portions of the commercials have been deleted. Vivian Blaine introduces a new song called "Orange Colored Sky." Jackie does a pantomime skit called "The Bachelor Does His Laundry." He also does a dead-on imitation of Joe Penner and Ted Lewis. Prince Ali Ben Shisk-Ka-Bob visits the casino at Monte Carlo (he looks just like King Farouk, but had to stuff a pillow under his coat to do it). Gleason's pillow falls into his pants, convulsing the audience and cracking up the cast. Jackie Gleason, Bert Wheeler, Vivian Blaine, Sammy Spear and His Orchestra, Don Russell (commercial spokesman), Milton Douglas (producer), Frank Bunetta (director), Coleman Jacoby (writer), Arnie Rosen (writer). 56:33. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.
66000. The Cavalcade Of Stars. September 16, 1950. Dumont-TV net audio aircheck. Sponsored by: The Druggists Of America (co-ops with Lustre-Creme Shampoo). Commercials deleted. Simth and Dale do their "Fireman" routine. Art Carney appears as a man whose house is on fire. Donald Richards sings "Tenement Symphony." Victor Borge tells how famous composers were inspired. Jackie appears as a U. S. Marshal in a western skit. Jackie Gleason, Sammy Spear and His Orchestra, Smith and Dale, Joe Smith (of "Smith and Dale"), Charles Dale (of "Smith and Dale"), Art Carney, Gracie Barry, Donald Richards, Victor Borge, Don Russell (commercial spokesman), Milton Douglas (producer), Frank Bunetta (director), Coleman Jacoby (writer), Arnie Rosen (writer). 53:04. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.
26081. Treasury Star Parade. Program #85/136. Treasury Department syndication. "Mr. Jones and Mr. Washington". Milton Douglas sings, "Everybody, Every Payday." A well-done war bond mini-drama. The program was re-released as program #136. Robert Nathan (author), Vincent Price (host), Milton Douglas, David Broekman and His Orchestra, Edward Ellis. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
Report contains 4 programs.