Randolph, Lillian

Copyright 2014, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 21, 2014. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


68148. Mr. District Attorney. July 9, 1941. NBC net. "The Case Of The Man In Black". Sponsored by: Vitalis. A doctor reports that a strange "man in black" has been hanging around the house of Carla Collins, his wealthy and glamorous patient. A flask of acid is thrown in the doctor's face...and then he's stabbed by "the man in black." Jay Jostyn, Len Doyle, Vicki Vola, Finnis Farr (writer), Kaye Brinker, Phillips H. Lord (creator). 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68147. Mr. District Attorney. December 4, 1946. NBC net, WNBC, New York aircheck. "The Case Of The Too Rich, Too Long". Sponsored by: Vitalis, Sal Hepatica, Ingram Shaving Cream. Wealthy Mrs. Montgomery tells her daughter Penelope to marry John Middleton or she'll be cut out of the will. Penelope is a Montgomery however, and Grandma Montgomery is soon murdered with a silver candlestick! Jay Jostyn, Peter Van Steeden (music director), Len Doyle, Vicki Vola, Edward Byron (writer), Robert Shaw (writer), Kaye Brinker, Phillips H. Lord (creator). 29:11. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

68164. The Adventures Of Ellery Queen. April 16, 1947. CBS net. "The Red Headed Blonde Brunette". Sponsored by: Anacin, BiSoDol Mints, Hill's Cold Tablets. A beautiful nightclub singer is married to Bill Flaggert, or at least she thinks she is. Ellery uncovers a vicious racket in which a woman marries several different military men to get their allotment checks and insurance. Who killed the beautiul singer? The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Arthur Godfrey (who sounds as if he's drunk or very sleepy). This is the last show of the series until June 1, 1947 and the last show of the series on CBS. Don Hancock (anouncer), Arthur Godfrey, Lawrence Dobkin, Bill Smith, Charlotte Keane, Kaye Brinker, Ed Latimer, Tom Everitt (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer), Bob Steel (producer, director). 29:57. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68174. Ellery Queen. January 8, 1948. ABC net. "The Head Hunter". Sustaining. A "head-hunter" has committed two murders in the underworld and is after more gamblers. The masked "head-hunter" commits another murder and even shoots Sergeant Velie! Who is this guy? The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Alice Canfield. Paul Masterson (announcer), Alice Canfield, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Lawrence Dobkin, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, William Conrad, Luis Van Rooten, Charles McGraw, Tony Barrett, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68182. Ellery Queen. January 15, 1948. ABC net. "The Terrified Man". Sustaining. Mr. Brown has received a "poisoned soap" letter, threatening his death. Brown is going to be killed by "someone he sees every day." Who is it? After Brown is killed, Ellery solves the case by analyzing the contents of Brown's medicine chest. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is radio producer Jerry Devine. A nifty bit of detection! The script was used previously on "Ellery Queen" on January 15, 1942 and January 17, 1942 as "The Invisible Clue." Paul Masterson (announcer), Jerry Devine, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Lawrence Dobkin, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, John Brown. 29:23. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

68159. Ellery Queen. January 29, 1948. ABC net. "Death House". Sustaining. When the strange Mr. Lazarus dies and leaves his entire estate to Mrs. Madge Manus, there are two conditions...and several attempts on her life. "Guest Armchair Detective" Erskine Johnson (Hollywood columnist) correctly guesses the identity of the killer. Paul Masterson (announcer), Erskine Johnson, Lawrence Dobkin, Jeff Chandler (billed as "Ira Grossel"), Dick Woollen (director), Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Lurene Tuttle, Earl Lee, Ralph Moody, Wilms Herbert, Rex Koury (music), Frederic Dannay (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:30. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

68167. Ellery Queen. February 5, 1948. ABC net. "Bubsy". Sustaining. Bubsy Chum is a 6' 6" stupid killer who's a one man crime wave. Who is behind Bubsy? After kidnapping Ellery and Nikki, Bubsy's planning to kill them both unless Ellery can name his boss. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Buddy Rogers, who guesses the identity of the killer. Paul Masterson (announcer), Buddy Rogers, Lawrence Dobkin, Paul Frees, Dick Woollen (director), Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Edwin Max, Eleanor Audley, Jack Petruzzi, Peter Leeds, Harold Dryanforth, Rex Koury (music), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:20. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

68186. Ellery Queen. February 12, 1948. ABC net. "A Question Of Color". Sustaining. Gamblers have set up a colored boxer into taking a fight beyond his abilities, so that they can win big. The boxer's trainer has been made drunk, severely limiting the chances the boxer can win. Who gave Doc the whiskey? The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Hollywood columnist Edith Gwynn, who guesses the identiy of the culprit. The final 14:55 of the program only. Paul Masterson (announcer), Edith Gwynn, Roy Candy, Herb Butterfield, Lawrence Dobkin, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, James Edwards, Bill Bouchey, Roy Glenn, Frankie Lynn, Edith Wilson, Earl Smith, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 14:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

4404. Escape. February 15, 1948. CBS net. "Ancient Sorceries". Sustaining. East coast version, the program was also broadcast on the West coast on February 21, 1948 (see cat. #65842). A tale of the supernatural and witchcraft in a small Welsh town. Algernon Blackwood (author), Anne Morrison, Cy Feuer (composer, conductor), Kaye Brinker, Les Crutchfield (adaptor), Paul Frees, William Conrad, William N. Robson (director). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68183. Ellery Queen. February 19, 1948. ABC net. "The Old Sinner". Sustaining. Uncle Bert has returned and is promptly shot after a bit of blackmail. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Virginia McPherson, a writer for United Press. Paul Masterson (announcer), Virginia McPherson, Lawrence Dobkin, Tom Collins, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Fay Baker, Wilms Herbert, Stacy Harris, Ralph Moody, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

65842. Escape. February 21, 1948. CBS net. "Ancient Sorceries". Sustaining. West coast version. A tale of the supernatural and witchcraft in a small Welsh town. See cat. #4404 for the east coast version. Algernon Blackwood (author), Cy Feuer (music conceiver), Eddie Dunstedter (organ), Les Crutchfield (adaptor), Paul Frees, William Conrad, Anne Morrison, Kaye Brinker, William N. Robson (producer). 30:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

61504. The Whistler. February 25, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "Meeting On Tenth Street". Sponsored by: Signal Oil. A man who works in a bookstore volunteers to help a crusading reporter attack "Murder Incorporated." The reason he volunteers leads to a fine "whistleresque" conclusion. Jack Webb, Marvin Miller (announcer), George W. Allen (producer), Wilbur Hatch (music), Elliott Lewis, Kaye Brinker, Joel Malone (writer), Harold Swanton (writer). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68188. Ellery Queen. February 26, 1948. ABC net. "The Blue Egg". Sustaining. An impossible crime has been committed. Where is that missing fabulous blue sapphire? The "Guest Armchair Detective" is movie producer Seymour Nebenzal. The final 14:57 of the program only. Paul Masterson (announcer), Frank Lovejoy, Lawrence Dobkin, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Gene Leonard, Seymour Nebenzal. 14:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

7275. Escape. February 29, 1948. CBS net. "The Grove Of Ashtaroff". Sustaining. West Coast broadcast. A well-written tale of the supernatural. The last temple of a beautiful goddess is hidden in the African jungle. Paul Frees, William Conrad, John Buchan (author), Les Crutchfield (adaptor), William N. Robson (producer), Norman Macdonnell (director), Kaye Brinker, Raymond Lawrence, Eric Snowden, Cy Feuer (music conceiver), Eddie Dunstedter (organist). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

68151. Ellery Queen. March 4, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of The Human Weapon". Sustaining. Mr. Sykes has been placed in an insane asylum by his wife. He must be released today so that he can kill his wife...and he asks Ellery for help! Abel Sykes escapes from the asylum and does in fact murder his wife...or does he? The "Guest Armchair Detective" is John Nelson (the m. c. of "Bride and Groom"). This is the west coast broadcast. The east coast broadcast (heard the same day) featured Joan Barton. The script was used previously on "Ellery Queen" on Arpil 1, 1943 and April 3, 1943. John Nelson, Paul Masterson (announcer), Lawrence Dobkin, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Luis Van Rooten, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Lurene Tuttle, Anne Stone, Rye Billsbury, Frederic Dannay (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:17. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68169. Ellery Queen. March 11, 1948. ABC net. "The Lynching Of Mr. Cue". Sustaining. Ellery is arrested for murder in a small town. Everyone thinks he's "Scarface Mr. Cue," a notorious gangster, so a lynch mob forms. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Kirk Douglas. Paul Masterson (announcer), Kirk Douglas, William Conrad, Lawrence Dobkin, Edwin Max, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Bill Bouchey, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Buddy Gray, Georgia Backus, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

928. Ellery Queen. March 18, 1948. ABC net. "The Armchair Detective". Sustaining. The "Guest Armchair Detective" in the Ellery Queen show is found murdered! Ellery solves the crime while his radio show is on the air. The script was used previously on March 27, 1946. Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Lawrence Dobkin, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Joan Banks, William Johnstone, Charles Seel, Anne Morrison, Joseph Kearns, Sheila Graham ("Guest Armchair Detective"), Paul Masterson (announcer), Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 28:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68192. Ellery Queen. March 25, 1948. ABC net. "The Farmer's Daughter". Sustaining. Ellery and Nikki are visiting a farm and there's more to the farmer's daughter than meets the eye. Cueball Mingo has escaped from the state pen! The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Agnes Moorehead, who guesses the identity of the killer. Paul Masterson (announcer), Agnes Moorehead, Lawrence Dobkin, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Anne Morrison, Jeff Chandler, Luis Van Rooten, Rex Koury (music), Dick Woollen (director), Earl Keen, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68156. Ellery Queen. April 1, 1948. ABC net. "The Vanishing Crook". Sustaining. An English jewel thief is being held prisoner, beaten and tortured. By the time Inspector Queen and the cops break in, Herbert Frink has disappeared. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Arlene Rogers (winner of the contest, "America's Champion Movie Fan"). Paul Masterson (announcer), Lawrence Dobkin, Jack Webb, Joan Banks, Kaye Brinker, Herb Butterfield, Alan Reed, Eric Snowden, Paul Frees, Dick Woollen (director), Rex Koury (music), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68149. Ellery Queen. April 8, 1948. ABC net. "The K. I. Case". Sustaining. Big Joe Manx is back in town with a Latin bodyguard. Nobody seems particularly afraid of him. A blank piece of stationery and the letters "K. I." are the clues to $50,000 and incriminating evidence when Manx is shot. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Jimmy Starr (motion picture editor of the L. A. Herald-Express and an author of mysteries himself). Lawrence Dobkin, Jay Novello, Dick Woollen (director), Rex Koury (music), Kaye Brinker, Luis Van Rooten, Herb Butterfield, Alan Reed, Rye Billsbury, Betty Lou Gerson, Paul Masterson (announcer), Jimmy Starr, Frank Lovejoy, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 28:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

68196. Ellery Queen. April 15, 1948. ABC net. "The Slicer". Sustaining. An unknown madman has murdered nineteen women by attacking them at night while they are alone. The identity of "The Slicer" is quite a surprise, you'll never guess whodunit. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Gene Handsaker (Hollywood columnist). The script was used previously on "Ellery Queen" on August 1, 1945 (as "Knick The Knife"), see cat. #8629. Paul Masterson (announcer), Gene Handsaker, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer), Rex Koury (organist), Dick Woollen (producer, director), Lawrence Dobkin, Kaye Brinker, Herb Butterfield, Alan Reed. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68194. Ellery Queen. April 22, 1948. ABC net. "Murder By Installments". Sustaining. Dexter Prill is a very wealthy old man with two nephews and a niece, who want very much to get their hands on his thirty million dollars. Two of his greedy relatives have been cut out of the will, leaving all the money to one of them. Which relative is going to hit the jackpot? The old man is shot twice, but only in the arm and leg. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Mel Blanc, who gueses whodunit. Paul Masterson (announcer), Mel Blanc, Lawrence Dobkin, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Alan Reed, Paul Frees, Robert Griffin, Bob Lewis, Charles Seel, Frances Chaney, Frederic Dannay (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer), Rex Koury (organist). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3678. The Adventures Of Ellery Queen. April 29, 1948. ABC net. "The Three Frogs". Sustaining. Nikki befriends a young juvenile delinquent who's being framed for robbery. The program has also been dated May 2, 1948. The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Florabel Muir (columnist for "Daily Variety"). Florabel Muir, Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer), Dwight Hauser (producer, director), Paul Masterson (announcer), Rex Koury (organist), Kaye Brinker, Herb Butterfield, Alan Reed. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

64008. The Adventures Of Ellery Queen. May 6, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of One Diamond". Sustaining. Ellery is invited to spend the weekend protecting the famous Gallows diamond. But first, Ellery is shot! Mark Gallows, who had a morbid fear of dirt, is found to have committed suicide. Of course it was murder, but whodunit? Sydney Smith, Peggy Lee ("Guest Armchair Detective"), Paul Masterson (announcer), Dwight Hauser (director), Howard Culver, Herb Butterfield, Kaye Brinker, Joan Banks, Bill Bouchey, Wilms Herbert, Eric Snowden, Sidney Miller, Rex Koury (organist), Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

68155. Ellery Queen. May 20, 1948. ABC net. "Misery Mike". Sustaining. Mike was a rat with a difference; he played the accordion, but only one tune from, "Il Trovatore." Mike has a scheme to blackmail opera singers, or he'll force them to catch cold! So, who killed "Misery Mike?" The clue is on the accordion! The "Guest Armchair Detective" is Cliff Arquette. The program has also been dated April 20, 1948. Paul Masterson (announcer), Howard Culver, Barney Phillips, Dwight Hauser (director), Kaye Brinker, Herb Butterfield, Sidney Miller, Anne Stone, Tony Barrett, Lou Merrill, Rex Koury (organist), Cliff Arquette, Ernie Felice (accordionist), Anthony Boucher (writer), Manfred B. Lee (writer). 29:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

24284. Escape. July 11, 1948. CBS net. "She". Sustaining. A well-done version of the classic about the beautiful woman who lives forever. Excellent radio! Possibly dated June 27, 1948. Ben Wright, Berry Kroeger, H. Rider Haggard (author), John Dunkel (writer), Kaye Brinker, Lawrence Dobkin, Les Crutchfield (writer), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Wilms Herbert. 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

60999. Suspense. September 16, 1948. CBS net. "Hitch-Hike Poker". Sponsored by: Auto-Lite. A war veteran hitchhiking home for the weekend is picked up by a friendly guy in a convertible. His troubles are only beginning. Frank Martin (commercial spokesman), Ed Begley, Kaye Brinker, Lucien Moraweck (composer), Lud Gluskin (conductor), Gregory Peck, Anton M. Leader (producer, director), John Bagni (writer), Gwen Bagni (writer), Paul Frees (announcer), William Johnstone (commercial spokesman). 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

47353. The Whistler. August 28, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "The Eager Pigeon". Sponsored by: Signal Oil (limerick contest). A pick-up in a bar leads an adventurer to murder, blackmail, and the old double-cross. There's a good surprise ending. Adrian Gendot (writer), George W. Allen (producer), Jack Webb, Joel Malone (writer), Kaye Brinker, Marvin Miller, Sterling Tracy (producer), Wilbur Hatch (music). 29:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

38279. Richard Diamond, Private Detective. October 22, 1949. NBC net. Sustaining. French hat designer Rene Bene asks Diamond to protect his new designs, and promptly winds up a murder victim. After the story, Dick Powell sings, "Don't Cry Joe." Blake Edwards (writer), Clarke Gordon, Dick Powell, Ed Begley, Edward King (announcer), Frank Worth (music director), Hy Averback, Jay Novello, Kaye Brinker, Richard Sanville (director), Virginia Gregg, Wilms Herbert. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 29 programs.