Randolph, Lillian

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.


80006. Weekly War Journal. June 25, 1944. Blue Network. Sustaining. Leon Decker (New York): Headline news: The final assault on the port of Cherbourg. Fred Lee (Cairo): An Allied landing on the coast of Dalmatia is expected. William Hillman (Chicago): Is Hitler disappearing from the German scene? U. S. officials do not believe it. Thomas Grandin (London): The invasion is going well, a Russian offensive has begun. Herbert M. Clark (American headquarters, Cherbourg): Five German officers have been captured. Donald Coe (Rome): A New Yorker has taken over; Colonel Poletti. Baukhage (Chicago): A preview of the Republican National Convention. William Ewing (Honolulu via San Francisco): There's been a raid by B-29's on Japan. The Japanese fleet has been chased almost to the Philippines. William Hillman, Thomas Grandin, Herbert M. Clark, Donald Coe, William Ewing, Johnny Olson (announcer), H. R. Baukhage, Leon Decker, Fred Lee. 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96379. Ladies Be Seated. December 21, 1944. ABC net. Sponsored by: Aunt Jemima. The first contestant is asked to sing, "Smiles." The final 14:42 of the program only. Johnny Olson (host), Amanda Randolph (? as Aunt Jemima). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96371. Ladies Be Seated. September 14, 1945. ABC net. Sustaining. The first contestant is asked to sing, "Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland," while carrying on a conversation. The less said, the better. Walter Herlihy (announcer), Johnny Olson (host), George Henninger (? organist). 14:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

89566. Ladies Be Seated. October 30, 1945. ABC net. Sponsored by: Aunt Jemima. Newlyweds from Toledo are interviewed while on their honeymoon. Lillian Harvey is a surprise contestant. The final 15:00 of the program only. Johnny Olson (m.c.), Amanda Randolph (as "Aunt Jemima"), George Haendiger (organist), Lillian Harvey. 15:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

77820. Ladies Be Seated. July 14, 1947. ABC net. Sponsored by: Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix, Toni Home Permanent. An audience participation show with "Aunt Jemima" helping Johnny to sing the commercials and interview the audience. The contestants play, "Guess What It Is" to win a trip to Colorado (!). The "Toni Hot Seat Question" is, "Who was Phoebe Mozee?" Johnny Olson (host), Ed Prentiss (announcer). 28:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77821. Ladies Be Seated. July 31, 1947. ABC net. Sponsored by: Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix, Toni Home Permanent. A song is sung for a listener in Charleston, South Carolina. A hidden object is described with a rhyme. Johnny Olson (host), Ed Prentiss (announcer). 28:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2460. Prince Charming. July 18, 1949. WOR, New York. Sponsored by: H-O Oats, Fab, Stahl-Meyer, R & H Beer, Tidy House Lunch Bags,. Mrs. Grass' Noodle Soup, Rival Dog Food, B. C. Headache powders, Lipton Tea. Ladies in the audience tell Johnny Olson why the men in their lives are "Prince Charmings." Johnny Olson (m. c.). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88977. Second Chance. June 22, 1953. NBC net. Sustaining. The first show of the series. The first contestant is Jack Milam, who regrets running out on his bride-to-be after proposing marriage. The system cue is added live. Johnny Olson (host), Fred Collins (announcer). 17:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

88978. Second Chance. August 23, 1953. NBC net. Sustaining. The first contestant is Jane Cromwell who's story is so intimate, her address is being withheld. After graduating from high school and working at her job, she finds herself pregnant, without a husband. The system cue is added live. Johnny Olson (host), Fred Collins (announcer). 14:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

88979. Second Chance. August 25, 1953. NBC net. Sustaining. The first contestant is Mike Morgan, just out of eight months in prison. His wife was unfaithful, and pregnant again. The system cue is added live. Johnny Olson (host), Fred Collins (announcer). 14:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

88980. Second Chance. August 31, 1953. NBC net. Sustaining. The first contestant is Mrs. Elka Johnson, whose husband was reported kiled in Korea. After a year-and-a-half, she married her husband's best friend, only to discover her first husband was alive and just released by the North Koreans. The system cue is added live. Johnny Olson (host), Fred Collins (announcer). 18:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

88981. Second Chance. December 3, 1954. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of "The Mystery Voice" is worth $1400. The first contestant is "Claire," who has discovered that her baby isn't really hers. The system cue is added live. Johnny Olson (host). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88982. Second Chance. January 13, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth $700. The first contestant is "Mae Walters" whose daughter is sixteen-years-old, unmarried and expecting. Johnny Olson (host). 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88983. Second Chance. January 14, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of "The Mystery Voice" is worth $800. The first contestant is Claire Warren, whose sister is ill and needs financial help. The sister and her husband are both spendthrifts. Johnny Olson (host). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88984. Second Chance. July 6, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth $1300. The first contestant is Betty Walker, whose 19 year-old-neice is planning to marry against Mrs. Walker's judgment. The system cue is added live. Johnny Olson (host). 24:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

88985. Second Chance. July 11, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth $500. Audience members give their opinions about the twenty-one Americans who defected and decided to remain with the Communists. Should they be given a second chance? Johnny Olson (host), Jim Jordan (public service announcement), Marian Jordan (public service announcement), Arthur Q. Bryan (public service announcement), Daniel Sutter (director). 24:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

88986. Second Chance. July 14, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth $700. The audience give their opinions about the situation of Hildy McCoy, a Catholic orphan being raised by a Jewish family. Johnny Olson (host), Jim Jordan (public service announcement), Marian Jordan (public service announcement), Arthur Q. Bryan (public service annoncement), Daniel Sutter (director), Robert Mauer (producer, direrctor). 22:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

85296. Second Chance. July 26, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Name the mystery voice for a $1200 jackpot. The first guest is Mrs. Black, who is having trouble raising his seven-year old boy. The studio audience offers advice. One member of the audience confuses the definition of "psychiatrist" and "psychologist" and gets into an argument with the rest of the audience. Johnny Olson (host). 24:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88987. Second Chance. July 29, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth $1200. Should Mrs. Angie give her husband a second chance, even though the happiness of her daughter is at stake. Her husband was unfaithful. Johnny Olson (host). 24:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88988. Second Chance. August 1, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth more than $1200. The program announces the results of the straw poll taken of listeners about the three American soldiers who defected to the Communists and then decided to return home. Should they be given a second chance? Johnny Olson (host), Jim Jordan (public service announcement), Marian Jordan (public service announcement), Arthur Q. Bryan. 24:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88989. Second Chance. August 3, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth more than $1200. The first contestant is Aaron Marx who is a personnel manager, who married one of the employees and is now trying to fire hire. Johnny Olson (host). 24:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88990. Second Chance. August 4, 1955. NBC net. Sustaining. Guessing the identity of the "Mystery Voice" is worth more than $1200. The first contestant is Mary Burns, whose daughter leaves her two children with her every day. Johnny Olson (host). 24:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28440. The Jackie Gleason Show. 1967. CBS-TV. Participating sponsors. A "Honeymooners" program. Ralph buys a two-family house, with the Nortons as the tenants in the other half of the house. An original musical comedy. Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, Sheila MacRae, Jane Kean, Johnny Olson (announcer), Sammy Spear and His Orchestra. 57 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6958. What's My Line?. January 1967. CBS-TV net, WBBM-TV, Chicago audio aircheck. Commercials deleted. The first guest is a (Chinese) bullfighter. John Daly (moderator), Suzy Knickerbocker, Bennett Cerf, Steve Allen, Arlene Francis, Andy Griffith, Johnny Olson (announcer). 26:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

Report contains 24 programs.