Mohr, Gerald

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.


21765. Hollywood On The Air. November 13, 1933. NBC net. Sustaining. This broadcast was possibly part of a special program celebrating the opening of Radio City. Jimmy Fidler introduces movie stars who congratulate NBC on their new Hollywood studios. Russ Columbo sings, "Lover." The program is also known as, "Hollywood On Parade." Fay Wray, Gene Raymond, James Dunn, Jimmy Fidler, Joel McCrea (guest), John Boles, Johnny Mack Brown, Marion Nixon, Muriel Kirkland, Russ Columbo, Sidney Blackmer. 17:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

109358. The Fleischmann's Yeast Hour. May 30, 1935. Red net. Rudy sings, "Fun To Be Fooled, "Sylvia" and "In The Middle Of A Kiss." Gene Raymond appears in a scene from, "The Three Musketeers," by Alexandre Dumas. Louis Prima scats a hot, "Chinatown." Rudy Vallee, The Connecticut Yankees, Gene Raymond, Lou Babian (a notg-very comic comedian), Martha Raye, Louis Prima and His Orchestra, The Stewart Sisters, The Serenaders, Tom Howard, George Shelton, Alexandre Dumas (author), Jimmy Wallington (announcer). 42:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

21800. The Magic Key. February 23, 1936. Blue Network. Sponsored by: RCA. With duo-pianists Hannah Klein and Pauline Gilbert, Gene Raymond, Alice Frost and Sidney Fox in a scene from, "Love On A Bet", Francia White sings, John B. Kennedy with a report from the Mardi Gras in New Orleans, a remote from the Carnival in Rio. Milton Cross (host), Ben Grauer (announcer), The NBC Symphony Orchestra, Frank Black (conductor), Hannah Klein, Pauline Gilbert, Gene Raymond, Alice Frost, Sidney Fox, Francia White (vocal), John B. Kennedy, Rudy Vallee and The Connecticut Yankees. 56:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

87120. The Lux Radio Theatre. February 8, 1937. CBS net. "Graustark". Sponsored by: Lux. An American reporter romances a European princess. Anna Sten, James Gleason, Moroni Olsen, Winifred Harris, Frank Nelson (doubles, announcer), Lee Millar, Leo McCabe, Eddie Kane (doubles), Lou Merrill (triples), David Kerman (doubles), Ross Forrester (doubles), Margaret Brayton, Mary Lou Fisher, Charles Emerson (doubles), Rufus LeMaire (intermission guest: executive assistant to the production head at Paramount), George Barr McCutcheon (author), Melville Ruick (announcer), Frank Woodruff, Louis Silvers (music director), George Wells (adaptor), Cecil B. DeMille (host), Gene Raymond, Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43390. The Lux Radio Theatre. January 5, 1942. CBS net. "Smilin' Through". Sponsored by: Lux. A melodrama of love beyond the grave and through the years. The story was produced on The Lux Radio Theatre previously on November 4, 1934 and on April 29, 1940 (see cat. #49771). Jeanette MacDonald (doubles), Brian Aherne, Gene Raymond (doubles), Cecil B. DeMille, Ann Todd, Anthony Marsh, Betty Hill, Eric Snowden, Fred MacKaye, Howard McNear, Louis Silvers (music director), Melville Ruick (announcer), Verna Felton, Dennis Hoey, Julie Bannon (commercial spokesman), Don Thompson (commercial spokesman), Ann Tobin (commercial spokesman), Betty Jean Hainey (commercial spokesman), Lois Collier (commercial spokesman), Donald Ogden Stewart (screenwriter), John Balderston (screenwriter), Jane Cowl (author as "Allan Langdon"), Jane Murfin (author as "Allan Langdon"), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

91093. Stars Over Hollywood. April 16, 1945. CBS net. "Dead On Arrival". Sponsored by: Armour (Dash Dog Food contest: "Name The Puppy"). Gene Raymond, Frank Goss (announcer), Robert Marlowe (writer), Del Castillo (music), Paul Pierce (director). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55315. Treasury Salute. April 10, 1946. Program #340. Treasury Department syndication. "The Fight For A Miracle". A visit to a paraplegic ward. Alvin Boretz (writer), David Levy (director), Ed Herlihy (announcer), Gene Raymond, Mark Warnow and His Orchestra. 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23275. The Radio Reader's Digest. November 14, 1946. CBS net. "Husband For The Month Of May". Sponsored by: Hallmark Cards. The romance of Nathaniel Hawthorne, the famous American author. Gene Raymond, Haila Stoddard, Richard Kollmar (host), Tom Shirley (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

70143. Family Theatre. August 5, 1948. Mutual net. "Mr. Birthday". Sustaining. A reporter follows a strange man as he travels through the poor part of town, making birthdays a better day for the kids. Ann Blyth (hostes), Gene Lockhart, Nina Bara, Harry Lang, Jerry Farber, John McGovern, Bobby Ellis, Phillip Bernard, Gene Raymond, Bob Shannon, Jack Price (writer), Max Terr (music), David Young (director), Merrill Ross (announcer). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6027. Stars Over Hollywood. April 16, 1949. CBS net. "Dead On Arrival". Sponsored by: Armour Lard, Dash Dog Food. A good shoot-em up fast paced cops 'n robbers story. Gene Raymond. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110761. The Amazing Mr. Malone. September 21, 1949. ABC net. Sustaining. A no-nonsense tough-guy (played perfectly by Raymond Burr) Beats up his wife's lover, then takes a bullet for his trouble. Gene Raymond, Raymond Burr, Craig Rice (creator), Eugene Wang (writer), William P. Rousseau (director), Basil Adlam (music), Bernard L. Schubert (producer), George Fenneman (announcer). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

64277. Family Theatre. November 16, 1949. Mutual net. "By Sun and Candlelight". Sustaining. The well-known love story of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning. James Gleason (host, narrator), Maureen O'Sullivan, Gene Raymond, Gene Baker (announcer), Jaime del Valle (director), Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), Tudor Owen, Ted Osborne, Peter Rankin (writer), Yvonne Peattie. 29:42. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

80414. The Amazing Mr. Malone. January 22, 1950. ABC net. Sustaining. The last 14:16 the program only. Gene Raymond, Craig Rice (creator), Henry Morgan, Eugene Wang (writer), William P. Rousseau (director), Basil Adlam (music), Bernard L. Schubert (producer), Dick Tufeld (announcer). 14:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

80415. The Amazing Mr. Malone. January 29, 1950. ABC net. "The Devil Finds Work For Idle Hands". Sustaining. Gene Raymond, Craig Rice (creator), Dick Tufeld (announcer), Eugene Wang (writer), William P. Rousseau (director), Bernard L. Schubert (producer), Basil Adlam (music), Henry Morgan. 29:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

80416. The Amazing Mr. Malone. February 12, 1950. ABC net. "A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever". Sustaining. The first 15:27 of the program only. Gene Raymond, Craig Rice (creator). 15:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80411. The Amazing Mr. Malone. February 19, 1950. Program #134 (?). ABC net. "When The Cat's Away, The Mice Will Play". Sustaining. The first 15:05 of the program only. Gene Raymond, Craig Rice (creator). 15:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80412. The Amazing Mr. Malone. February 26, 1950. ABC net. "Appearances Can Be Deceiving". Sustaining. Gene Raymond, Henry Morgan, William P. Rousseau (director), Basil Adlam (music), Craig Rice (creator), Bernard L. Schubert (producer), Dick Tufeld (announcer), Eugene Wang (writer). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80413. The Amazing Mr. Malone. March 5, 1950. ABC net. "How Poor Are They That Have Not Patience". Sustaining. The first 15:32 of the program only. Gene Raymond, Craig Rice (creator). 15:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

15048. Family Theatre. May 31, 1950. Program #156. Mutual net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. "The Prisoner Of Zenda". Adventures in the kingdom of Ruritania. See cat. #64562 for a network version of this broadcast. Betty Lynn (host), Gene Raymond, Mary Anderson, Gene Baker (announcer), Edward Hope (author), Francis X. Bushman, Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), Jaime del Valle (director), Jeanne Bates, Howard Culver, Peter Rankin (adaptor), Hy Averback, Robert Griffin, Clayton Post, Harold Dryanforth. 30:22. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

64562. Family Theatre. May 31, 1950. Mutual net. "The Prisoner Of Zenda". Sustaining. Adventures in the kingdom of Ruritania. This is a network version of cat. #15048. Betty Lynn (hostess), Gene Raymond, Mary Anderson, Edward Hope (author), Francis X. Bushman, Jeanne Bates, Howard Culver, Peter Rankin (adaptor), Harold Dryanforth, Hy Averback, Robert Griffin, Clayton Post, Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), Jaime del Valle (director). 29:59. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

64570. Family Theatre. July 26, 1950. Mutual net. "Julius Caesar". Sustaining. A drastic condensation, preserving some of the flavor of the original. Gene Raymond, Gene Baker (announcer), Raymond Burr, Howard McNear, William Shakespeare (author), Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), William Lally, Don Doolittle, Joseph F. Mansfield (director), Tudor Owen, Bob Cole, Stan Waxman, Tom Tully (host, narrator), Wendell Corey, Charlotte Fletcher. 29:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

65413. Family Theatre. July 4, 1951. Mutual net. "Mademoiselle From Saint Antoine". Sustaining. The adventures of a bunch of G. I.s who "liberate" a small French town from the Nazis. Oh, yeah? The program was rebroadcast on October 10, 1951 (see cat. #66507). Charles Arlington (announcer), Joseph F. Mansfield (director), Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), Ted de Corsia, Gladys Holland, Frank Gerstle, Tom Holland, Jack Kruschen, Herb Lytton, Gene Raymond (host), James Whitmore, Howard Culver, Robert Hugh O'Sullivan (writer). 29:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

66507. Family Theatre. October 10, 1951. Mutual net. "Mademoiselle From Saint Antoine". Sustaining. The story of the adventures of a bunch of G. I.'s who liberate a small French town from the Nazis. Oh, yeah? A rebroadcast of the program of July 4, 1951 (see cat. #65413). Gene Raymond (host), James Whitmore, Charles Arlington (announcer), Joseph F. Mansfield (director), Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), Robert Hugh O'Sullivan (writer), Ted de Corsia, Gladys Holland, Frank Gerstle, Tom Holland, Jack Kruschen, Herb Lytton, Howard Culver. 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78384. Stars Over Hollywood. November 22, 1952. CBS net. "The House That Built Jack". Sponsored by: Carnation Milk. Shelley Winters, Art Ballinger (announcer), Don Clark (producer, transcriber), Gene Raymond (promoting next week's program), David Robison (writer), Bob Bailey, Joe Forte, GeGe Pearson, Dick Ryan, Rex Koury (composer, conductor). 30:38. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78385. Stars Over Hollywood. November 29, 1952. CBS net. "Shadow Lover". Sponsored by: Carnation Milk. Gene Raymond, Art Ballinger (announcer), Don Clark (producer, transcriber), Mala Powers (promoting next week's program), Virginia Cook (writer), Lurene Tuttle, Eric Snowden, Louise Arthur, Eddie Firestone, Rex Koury (composer, conductor). 30:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70179. Family Theatre. March 4, 1953. Mutual net. "God and A Red Scooter". Sustaining. A grape farmer bets his fortune on his fields...and loses! God sometimes says, "No." The story is narrated by God himself! The script was used previously used on "Family Theatre" on April 17, 1947 (see cat. #66093), February 5, 1948 (see. cat. #69926), February 16, 1949 (see cat. #70433), September 20, 1950 (see cat. #64999) and December 5, 1951 (see cat. #66517). Gene Raymond, Rod O'Connor (narrator), Jeanette MacDonald (hostess), Tony La Frano (announcer), Betty Ann Arena (writer), Timothy Mulvey (writer). 24:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

26210. Guest Star. May 24, 1953. Program #322. Treasury Department syndication. "The Milk Run". The first tune is, "The Cry Of The Wild Goose." Gene Raymond, John Conte (announcer), Harry Sosnik and The Savings Bonds Orchestra, Rod O'Connor (narrator), Olan Soule, Ted de Corsia, Robert Boone, Louis Graf (director). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

74396. Family Theatre. April 20, 1955. Mutual net. "Act Of Contrition". Sustaining. A girl from Pittsburgh comes to Hollywood, determined to lie her way into a career. Gene Raymond (host), Edmond O'Brien, Virginia Gregg, Margaret Brayton, Pat McGeehan, Lawrence Dobkin, Tony La Frano (announcer), John T. Kelly (writer, director), Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor). 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46217. Recollections At Thirty. February 27, 1957. NBC net. Sustaining. Harriet Hilliard on "Shell Chateau" (November, 1935), Bob Burns' second appearance on "The Rudy Vallee Show" (July 11, 1935), Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra on "The Magic Key" (1937), Elsie Janis on "The Magic Key" (1939), Gene Raymond sings (1936). Ed Herlihy (host), Fred Collins (announcer), Harriet Hilliard, Bob Burns, Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra, Elsie Janis, Gene Raymond. 24:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32531. Proudly We Hail. Program #32. Army syndication. "The Mighty Milligan". Sponsored by: Army recruiting. An Irish prize fighting comedy. C. P. MacGregor (producer, host), Wendell Niles (announcer), Gene Raymond. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 30 programs.