Wallace, Mike

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of April 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


83452. Information Please. February 7, 1939. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Canada Dry. The radio editors of the U. S. and Canada have voted the show, "Best quiz on the air." The first question is, "What are the usual alibis under the following four circumstances?" Clifton Fadiman (host), Franklin P. Adams, John Kieran, Oscar Levant, Mike Wallace (billed as "a student at Michigan University" representing "the spirit of youth," a 21 year old "bearded youth," Myron Wallace), Milton Cross (announcer). 29:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

8748. Ned Jordan, Secret Agent. May 20, 1941. Mutual net, WXYZ, Detroit origination. "Tank Trap For Terrorists". Sustaining. While the Army tests of a new secret tank are in progress, spies are at work. Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"). 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

97503. The Green Hornet. June 14, 1941. Mutual net, WXYZ, Detroit origination. "Crime Lights The Candle". Music fill for local commercial insert. Alderman Stacey is, "honest and on the square." However, it seems he's been driving in his sleep! Then, there's that dead body that's been found in the trunk of his car. Stacey is soon arrested for murder. The first 15:34 of the program only. Al Hodge, Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), George W. Trendle (creator, producer), Charles D. Livingstone (director), Lee Allman, Raymond Toyo, Gilbert Shea. 15:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97504. The Green Hornet. July 5, 1941. Mutual net, WXYZ, Detroit origination. "Money For Mr. X". Music fill for local commercial insert. The second part of a four-part story. The Hornet is out to stop the numbers rackets that are run by "Mr. X." Al Hodge, Fran Striker (writer), George W. Trendle (creator, producer), Charles D. Livingstone (director), Lee Allman, Raymond Toyo, Gilbert Shea, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"). 29:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

49489. Road Of Life. December 8, 1941. Red net. Sponsored by: Chipso soap. Red Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 43. 10:45 to 11:00 A. M. Dr. Thompson calls on Carol. They discuss the marriage that's been called off. Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron" Wallace). 15:24. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

65373. Vic and Sade. July 23, 1943. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ivory Flakes, Crisco, Drene Shampoo (local Chicago). Vic is being instructed by the Sacred Stars Of The Milky Way on how to alter the lodge robes for 1944. Art Van Harvey, Clarence Hartzell, Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman), Paul Rhymer (writer), Betty Ruth Smith (commercial spokesman), David Whitehouse. 14:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81720. The Coronet Little Show. December 19, 1943. Mutual net. "Gift Of The Magi". Sponsored by: Coronet Magazine. "The Coronet Storyteller" tells the Christmas story. The program is also referred to as, "The Coronet Storyteller." O. Henry (author), Mike Wallace (? announcer), Marvin Miller (? announcer). 14:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

63944. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra. September 17, 1945. CBS net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Eager Beaver." Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Mike Wallace (announcer), Roy Wetzel (vocal, trumpet), June Christy (vocal), Al Anthony (sax), Eugene Howard (vocal), Boots Mazola (alto). 29:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

26658. The American Legion: Special Presentation. October 4, 1946. American Legion syndication. "The Life Of Paul Griffith". For broadcast after October 4, 1946. "The Life of Paul Griffith" (newly elected National Commander of the Legion). A "preparedness program" for immediate coverage of the 28th Annual American Legion convention in San Francisco. Obviously recorded before the election, which was either a foregone conclusion or fixed. Griffith's biography is tinged with adulation only slightly less intense than that accorded George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Mike Wallace is billed as "Myron" Wallace. Johnnie Neblett, Mike Wallace (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78296. Curtain Time. December 28, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Pat and Mike". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Cliff Soubier, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

100039. The Adventurers Club. January 25, 1947. CBS net, WBBM, Chicago origination/aircheck. Sponsored by: Shaeffer Pen, Bulova (local). The adventures of Lieutenant Lenard Keeler (of the Chicago police), who pioneered in the use of the "lie detector." Ken Nordine (host), Mike Wallace (playing the dramatic lead as "Myron Wallace), Jack Simpson (producer), Russ Young (director), Jack Sharp (writer), Gretchen Sharp (writer), Dave McCall (organist). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

43173. Spotlight Revue. February 5, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Yes, We Have No Bananas." Guests: The Three Suns. Dorothy Shay receives a "Cashbox Oscar Award" for her record of "Feudin, Fussin' and Fightin." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay, Freddie Morgan, Joe Siracusa, The Three Suns, Mike Wallace (announcer), Doodles Weaver, Dick Morgan, Purvis Pullen (as Dr. Horatio Q. Birdbath). 30:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

100044. The Adventurers Club. March 1, 1947. CBS net, WBBM, Chicago origination/aircheck. Sponsored by: Shaeffer Pen. A dramatization of the adventures of Paul Cyr, a secret agent in the French resistance during 1944. He parachuted behind enemy lines for the O.S.S. to work with the Maquis. Ken Nordine (host), Jack Sharp (writer), Gretchen Sharp (writer), Jack Simpson (producer), Russ Young (director), Dave McCall (organist), Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Walllace"). 29:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78288. Curtain Time. April 5, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Mr. Justice Jimmy". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, John Weigle (announcer), Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Ellstrom, Jess Pugh, George Cisar, Tom Taggert (? writer), Harry Holcomb (director), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78467. Curtain Time. May 3, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Birds Of A Feather". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). Nannette Sargent, Sidney Ellstrom, Mike Wallace (performer, as "Myron Wallace"), George Cisar, Mary McKinley, Richard Marinas (? writer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), John Weigle (announcer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78293. Curtain Time. May 31, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Twice Blessed". Sponsored by: Snickers, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Margo Brooks (writer), Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Maurice Copeland, Patricia Dunlap, Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar. 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78290. Curtain Time. June 7, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Grasshopper Jockey". Sponsored by: Snickers. Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar, Robert Lucas (writer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

24880. Sky King. June 30, 1947. ABC net. Sustaining. Evil Prince Arenzebebe tries a little poison fruit on Sky and his friends. Mike Wallace (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78294. Curtain Time. July 5, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Face Is Familiar". Sponsored by: Snickers. Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (announcer), George Cisar, Arthur Peterson, Bob Pearon (writer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Jess Pugh, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 28:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

24881. Sky King. July 23, 1947. ABC net. Sustaining. A $30,000 string of pearls has been stolen from banker Snodgrass. Gene McCall is the prime suspect. Mike Wallace (announcer). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

24882. Sky King. July 31, 1947. ABC net. Sustaining. Benny Miller tells Sky who really stole the pearls...Mr. Snodgrass! Mike Wallace (announcer). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5884. Report Uncensored. August 11, 1947. Program #7. WBBM, Chicago. Sustaining. Produced in cooperation with The Chicago Bar Association. A report on juvenile delinquency in the Chicago area, and how it's caused by poor toilet training! Mike Wallace appears in a dramatic role (as a psychiatrist). Announced as the 6th program of the series. Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Fahey Flynn (? narrator), The WBBM Orchestra, Frank Smith (conductor), Ben Parks (? writer, producer), Tony Parish (announcer). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

107063. Is It Fact Or Fiction?. September 28, 1947. ABC net. Sponsored by: Wings Cigarettes. Myron Wallace tells a story about Charlemagne of France. The listener has to guess if it's a real story or false. Clue: France didn't exist while Charlemagne was in power. Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"). 4:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

108928. Is It Fact Or Fiction?. October 13, 1947. ABC net. Sponsored by: Wings Cigarettes. Myron Wallace tells a story about Dr. Guillotine and his "fiendish" invention. Is it fact or fiction? Mike Wallace (billed as, "Myron Wallace"). . Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

21237. Spotlight Revue. October 24, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. A good show, don't miss, "People Will Say We're In Love." Chicago origination. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay (vocal), Tex Williams (guest), Mike Wallace (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22103. Spotlight Revue. October 31, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The program originates from Chicago. A Halloween program featuring, "My Old Flame" and a Latin American medley. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Mike Wallace (announcer), Dorothy Shay, Jan August. 29:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10946. Sky King. November 2, 1947. ABC net. "Mountain Detour". Sponsored by: Peter Pan Peanut Butter ("Signal Scope" premium). There's mayhem during the cross-country motorcycle race from Alpine to Phoenix. Mike Wallace (announcer), Johnny Coons, Beryl Vaughn, Roy Engel. 15:52. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

22104. Spotlight Revue. November 7, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The program originates from Chicago. Guest Jack Owens (of "The Breakfast Club") sings, "How High The Moon." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Mike Wallace (announcer), Jack Owens, Dorothy Shay. 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22105. Spotlight Revue. November 14, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. Guest Francis Craig sings his hit, "Near You." "Professor Feedlebaum" tells about, "The Man On The Flying Trapeze." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Mike Wallace (announcer), Dorothy Shay, Francis Craig. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22106. Spotlight Revue. November 21, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Near You." Guests are the Dinning Sisters. Spike mangles, "Love In Bloom" and "Bubblegum." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Mike Wallace (announcer), Dorothy Shay, The Dinning Sisters, Doodles Weaver, George Rock. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22107. Spotlight Revue. November 28, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. Guest Jack Smith and the Clark Sisters sing their hit, "Civilization." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Mike Wallace (announcer), Dorothy Shay, Jack Smith, The Clark Sisters. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

13287. Sky King. December 4, 1947. ABC net. "A Message In Code". Sponsored by: Peter Pan Peanut Butter. A murder in Chinatown and knitting instructions help Sky and his friends track down stolen pearls. The program is also known as, "The Adventures Of Sky King." Mike Wallace (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

59797. Spotlight Revue. December 5, 1947. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Yes, We Have No Bananas." Cashbox magazine gives Dorothy Shay an award. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay, The Three Suns, Doodles Weaver, Mike Wallace (announcer), Dick Morgan, Freddie Morgan, Joe Siracusa. 29:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

48651. Spotlight Revue. January 2, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Yes, We Have No Bananas." The band plays an enjoyable tune called, "My New Year's Resolution." "Professor" Feedlebaum sings, "Loch Lomond." Downbeat magazine has named the band "King Of Corn" for the sixth consecutive year. The date is approximate. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay, Mike Wallace (announcer, as Myron Wallace), Doodles Weaver, Buddy Clark (guest), Purvis Pullen (as Dr. Horatio Q. Birdbath). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49551. Spotlight Revue. January 9, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Charlie, My Boy." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay, Joe Siracusa, Purvis Pullen (as Dr. Horatio Q. Birdbath), Dick Morgan, Freddie Morgan, Nellie Lutcher (guest), Doodles Weaver, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron" Wallace). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

37908. Meet The Meeks. January 24, 1948. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sponsored by: Allsweet Margarine. Peggy is bored with the whole "normal" world and wants to do something exciting and thrilling, like going to a "low dive" somewhere. Mike Wallace delivers a beautifully announced final commercial. Elwyn Owen (organist), Beryl Vaughn, Mary Frances Desmond, Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Les Weinrott (writer, director), Forrest Lewis, Viola Berwick. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

61307. Curtain Time. February 28, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Readin', Writin' and Romance". Sponsored by: Snickers. A movie director rents a house out in the country and finds romance as well as a good location. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer: billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Hope Summers, Maurice Copeland, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78466. Curtain Time. March 6, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Connecticut Farmer". Sponsored by: Forever Yours. Jean Mowery, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Hoffman (writer), Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Viola Berwick, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5822. Curtain Time. March 13, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Who Is Chris Randolph?". Sponsored by: Forever Yours Candy. A program with a similar format to "The Firstnighter Program." A light comedy about two actors who both claim to be the same person. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Nannette Sargent. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78943. Curtain Time. March 20, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Mister Worthington". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Hazel Burroughs (writer), Arthur Peterson, Stewart Sland, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48252. Spotlight Revue. April 2, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "When My Sugar Walks Down The Street." The program originates from The Coliseum, Indianapolis, performing for an audience of employees of the International Harvester Company. Doodles Weaver, Dorothy Shay, Freddie Morgan, George Rock, Mike Wallace, Paul Judson, Sir Frederick Gass, Spike Jones and The City Slickers, The Ten Harmonaires (guests). 29:34. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78472. Curtain Time. April 3, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "My Pal, The Wife". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Brenda Forbes, Margaret Brayton, Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Paul Bernard (writer). 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

45659. Spotlight Revue. April 9, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Yes Sir, That's My Baby." The program originates from Detroit, before an audience of Ford employees. The cast does a "Dream" medley. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay, Doodles Weaver, George Rock, Mike Wallace (announcer), Mel Torme (guest). 29:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5823. Curtain Time. April 10, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Happy Ending". Sponsored by: Mars Candy. A child psychologist who is against children's stories meets a beautiful lady author of them. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Nannette Sargent. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

63636. Curtain Time. April 17, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Miss Snoring Sleepwalker". Sponsored by: Mars Candy. A light comedy about a woman who wins a Holywood movie contract and her statistically inclined beau. This is a network, sponsored verson of cat. #17049. George Cisar, Sidney Ellstrom, Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host), Sumner Love, Michael Romano, Bert Farber (music arranger, conductor), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman, billed as Myron Wallace), Edna MacGregor (writer). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78944. Curtain Time. April 24, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Engagement For Two". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. The program opening is slightly upcut. Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Roger Bornholt (? writer), Arthur Peterson, Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:00. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

71050. The Crime Files Of Flammond. April 25, 1948. WGN, Chicago. "The Case Of The Ruinous Report". Sponsored by: Brach's Candies. There have been four attempts on the life of Mr. Sterling Canby. He thinks that the way to catch the would-be killer is to fake a murder or suicide. Not only is Mr. Canby found dead, but so is the detective hired by Mrs. Canby and Mr. Canby's girlfriend too! Flammond says, "Another murder will solve this case!" Bob Elson (commercial spokesman), Mike Wallace (billed as Myron Wallace), Patrica Dunlap, George B. Anderson (writer), Ed Karn (director), Pierre Andre (announcer). 29:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

48254. Spotlight Revue. April 30, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Baby Face." The program originates from The Medina Temple, Chicago, for employees of Illinois Bell. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, George Rock, Doodles Weaver, Dorothy Shay, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), The Page Cavanaugh Trio (guests). 29:26. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

78945. Curtain Time. May 1, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Dear Molly Miradew". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. John McGreevy (writer), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Margaret Brayton, Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48255. Spotlight Revue. May 7, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Row, Row, Row." The program originates from Chicago, for an audience of General Motors Electromotive Division employees. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, George Rock, Doodles Weaver, Dorothy Shay, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Burl Ives (guest). 29:25. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78946. Curtain Time. May 8, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Little Liar". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Pauline Hopkins (writer), Margaret Brayton. 28:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5824. Curtain Time. May 15, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Two Loves Have I". Sponsored by: Mars Candy. 6:30 P. M. A Hollywood reporter return to his old home town with two sisters, he thinks. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Geraldine Kaye (replacing Nannette Sargent), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"). 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49156. Spotlight Revue. May 21, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The program originates from Kansas City, Missouri. The first tune is, "My Gal Sal." The program features "Siempre Libere" sung by a soprano...and her dog! Spike Jones for president? Guest is organist Ken Griffin. Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay, Doodles Weaver, George Rock, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron" Wallace), Ken Griffin. 29:17. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78947. Curtain Time. May 22, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "See Ya In The Funny Papers". Sponsored by: Ping. Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Ken Pettit (writer), Lew Scofield (writer), Michael Romano, George Cisar, Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:24. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete.

49157. Spotlight Revue. May 28, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The program originates from Omaha, Nebraska. The first tune is ,"When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam'." A salute to the employees of Union Pacific. The band plays, "Hot Cha Cornya." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Dorothy Shay, Doodles Weaver, George Rock, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Frankie Laine (guest). 29:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78948. Curtain Time. June 5, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "You Don't Know Susie". Sponsored by: Ping. Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Marguerite Draper (? writer), George Cisar, Jennifer Holt, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"). 28:07. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete.

78949. Curtain Time. June 12, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Controlling Interest". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Hoyt Andreas (writer), Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106941. Curtain Time. June 19, 1948. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Love Is A Fraud". Sponsored by: Mars Bars. Two mystery writers bet that one of them can make a woman, chosen at random, fall in love with him. Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Hilda Graham, Bert Farber and His Orchestra, Patrick Allen (host), George Fiedler, Harry Holcomb (director). 29:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78474. Curtain Time. June 26, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "I Hate Hollywood". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Sidney Hoffman (writer), Geraldine Kaye, George Cisar, Michael Romano. 28:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78950. Curtain Time. July 3, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Worm Turns". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. The start of the show's fourth year on the air is announced (it actually started in 1938). Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Joseph P. Fox (writer), Loretta Pointon, Arthur Peterson, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:03. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

22005. Chicago Railroad Fair. July 4, 1948. Sponsored by: Bordens. Not a broadcast. The "Wheels A-Rolling" music pageant, from "The Century Of Progress" fair grounds. The story of American railroading and transportation, well told in story and song. Aristedes Copulos reads the Gettysburg address and a speech by Abraham Lincoln. Mike Wallace (announcer), Aristedes Copulos, Marion Claire (narrator). 1 hour 18 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

60824. Curtain Time. July 10, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Dishonest Ghost". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. A rocky romance between an author and the publisher's daughter. Loretta Boynton, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Paul Demande (? writer), Fay Palmer, Arthur Peterson, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, George Cisar. 29:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78475. Curtain Time. July 17, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Story Of Pat and Mike". Sponsored by: Mars Bars. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Loretta Boynton, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Paul Demande (? writer), Fay Palmer, Arthur Peterson, George Caesar. 29:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78471. Curtain Time. July 24, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Quiet Young Man". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Jean Mowery, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Hoffman (writer), Patrick Allen (host), Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Harry Elders. 29:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78544. Curtain Time. July 31, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Model Husband". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. George Cisar, Harry Holcomb (director), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Elders, Muriel Bremner, Elmira Ressler, Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Frank Dane. 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78951. Curtain Time. August 7, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination.. "Practically Engaged". Sponsored by: Ping. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Helen Norris MacDonald (writer), Jane Elliott, Michael Romano, Viola Berwick, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78952. Curtain Time. August 21, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "A Barn For The Bard". Sponsored by: Ping. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Joseph P. Fox (writer), Norma Ransom, Hope Summers, Arthur Peterson, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (diretor). 28:10. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78953. Curtain Time. August 28, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Grand Slam On The Nancy B". Sponsored by: Ping. Buff Cobb is introduced as "starring in tonight's program while Harry Elders is on vacation." She was last featured in Noel Coward's play, "Private Lives." Despite Patrick Allen mispronouncing her name, the program's announcer must have enjoyed her performance, as Mike Wallace was divorced from his first wife in 1948 and married Buff Cobb in 1949. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Buff Cobb, Joseph P. Fox (writer), Charles Flynn, George Cisar, Viola Berwick, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

44976. Curtain Time. September 4, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Contract For An Angel". Sponsored by: Mars Candy (Ping Bar). A predictable romance/comedy about the playwright and the actress who hate each other on sight. Charles Flynn, George Cisar, Maurice Copeland, Mickey Harrington (writer), Mike Wallace (announcer), Muriel Bremner, Patrick Allen (host). 29:18. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78540. Curtain Time. September 11, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Best Laid Plans". Sponsored by: Ping (Mars Candy). Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Roger Gallagher (writer), Muriel Bremner, Margaret Brayton, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), George Caesar. 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44977. Curtain Time. September 18, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Courtship By Proxy". Sponsored by: Mars Candy (Ping Bar). A wealthy playboy woos a resisting maid by impersonating a college Professor of Philosophy. George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Marguerite Jacobs (writer), Maurice Copeland, Mike Wallace, Patrick Allen (host). 29:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

44978. Curtain Time. September 25, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "My Widow Lorraine". Sponsored by: Mars Candy (Ping Bar). A romance/comedy about a reporter who gets back his job as a reporter after the war. His first interview, however, presents an unusual problem. Beverly Younger, George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Harry Elders, Marguerite Jacobs (writer), Maurice Copeland, Michael Romano, Mike Wallace, Patrick Allen (host). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78295. Curtain Time. October 6, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Petticoat Justice". Sponsored by: Cocoanut King. The first show of the season. Harry Elders, Roger Gallagher (writer), Muriel Bremner, Patrick Allen (host), Margaret Brayton, George Cisar, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48256. Spotlight Revue. October 18, 1948. CBS net. Sponsored by: Coca-Cola. The first tune is, "Shine." The program originates from St. Louis, for an audience of Union Electric employees. Guest Eddie Heywood plays his big hit of, "Begin The Beguine." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, George Rock, Doodles Weaver, Dorothy Shay, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), The Eddie Heywood Trio. 29:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70564. Crime On The Waterfront. February 24, 1949. An NBC audition recording. Landry, a known crook, is the main suspect in the murder of Mrs. Lattimore. She was killed by a rifle shot that was probably meant for an ex-mobster named Patterson. Lou Kagle, ace New York detective, is on the case. He specializes in crimes on the waterfront. Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), John T. Kelly (writer), Muriel Bremner. 34:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70565. Crime On The Waterfront. March 1, 1949. An NBC audition recording. An heiress named Helena Dawson has been threatened by a kidnapper...while on board an ocean liner! Ace detective Lou Kagle is also on board and on the case! Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), John T. Kelly (writer), George Stone (announcer). 35:14. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81733. A Life In Your Hands. June 7, 1949. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh Cigarettes, Sir Walter Raleigh Pipe Tobacco. The first show of the series. "Murder is a dark enigma that strikes fear into the heart of man." The adventures of Jonathan Kegg, a lawyer who is "financially secure" and only appears as a "amicus curiae" (friend of the court). Actress Victoria Marley is being replaced in a play and is later found murdered with a knife in her throat. Her husband has been accused of the crime. An interesting attempt by Erle Stanley Gardner to create another crime-solving attorney after "Perry Mason." Erle Stanley Gardner (creator), Ned LeFevre, Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), John Kelly (writer), Homer Hecht (director), Jack Simpson (producer), Clarence Hartzell (? The Judge). 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85502. Security Agent, U. S. A.. September 1, 1949. NBC net. Sustaining. "A tribute to those unknown protectors of America's freedom and security, our counter-intelligence agents." A fellow counter-espionage agent in Chicago is killed while on the phone to Tom Bennett. German Intelligence in Berlin is behind a plot to steal the secrets of atomic energy from a refugee scientist. Bob McKee (writer, narrator), Everett Clark, Arthur Peterson, Ed Prentiss, Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Oscar Brown Jr., Ken Griffin, Sondra Gair, Homer Hecht (producer). 29:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81734. A Life In Your Hands. September 13, 1949. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh Cigarettes, Sir Walter Raleigh Pipe Tobacco. There's been a murder in Mrs. O'Malley's boarding house. It's Bill Smith, the boarder that everyone hates. The last program of the season, "People Are Funny" returns to this time slot next week. Erle Stanley Gardner (creator), Ned LeFevre, Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Bob McKee (writer), Homer Hecht (director), Jack Simpson (producer), Clarence Hartzell (? The Judge), Adele Scott (organist). 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

63107. You Bet Your Life. November 2, 1949. NBC net. Shoe. Sponsored by: Elgin-American. The first contestant is, "Frank Sullivan." Groucho says the secret word! The system cue is added live. Groucho Marx, George Fenneman (announcer), Frank Sullivan, Jerry Fielding (conductor), Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman), Robert Dwan (director), Bernie Smith (director), John Guedel (producer). 29:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

62478. You Bet Your Life. November 30, 1949. NBC net. Window. Sponsored by: Elgin-American. The first contestant is Henrietta Adair (a spinster). One of the contestants is the godson of the original "Trader Horn." The system cue is added live. Groucho Marx, George Fenneman (announcer), Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Robert Dwan (director), Bernie Smith (director), Jerry Fielding (music), John Guedel (producer), Henrietta Adair. 30:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

62479. You Bet Your Life. December 7, 1949. NBC net. Dust. Sponsored by: Elgin-American. The first contestant is Frank Martuccio, a bacteriologist. The system cue is added live. Groucho Marx, George Fenneman (announcer), Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Jerry Fielding (music), John Guedel (producer), Robert Dwan (director), Bernie Smith (director), Frank Martuccio. 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81736. A Life In Your Hands. May 25, 1950. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh Cigarettes, Sir Walter Raleigh Pipe Tobacco. Carol Carson gets out of jail and comes to the Wilson farm to claim her daughter Betsy. That's not going to happen says Matt Wilson, and then Carol Carson is shot dead. The actress portraying Betsy has no lines, but screams like an siren far too much during the first part of the program. In fact, at the end of the show, when she's a witness at the trial, all she does is scream like a siren! The systemn cue has been deleted. Erle Stanley Gardner (creator), Carlton KaDell, Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Bob McKee (writer, along with his un-named wife), Jack Simpson (producer, director), Whitey Birquist (musical effects). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81740. A Life In Your Hands. July 18, 1950. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh Cigarettes, Sir Walter Raleigh Pipe Tobacco. Papa Gaetano runs a neighborhood candy store, extending credit to the neighborhood kids. Young Bill Nelson is accused of burning down the store. Erle Stanley Gardner (creator), Mike Wallace (announcer (billed as, "Myron Wallace"), Carlton KaDell, Jack Simpson (producer, director), Bob McKee (writer, along with his un-identified wife), Adele Scott (organist), Whitey Birquist (conductor). 30:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81735. A Life In Your Hands. July 25, 1950. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh Cigarettes, Sir Walter Raleigh Pipe Tobacco. The program begins with a Korean War bulletin. The North Koreans have pushed back American troops with their first night attack. Carl Fortune's mother-in-law is trying to break up Carl's marriage and get back the money advanced for Carl's business. Carl is then found dead in his garage. Erle Stanley Gardner (creator), Carlton KaDell, Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Adele Scott (organist), Jack Simpson (producer, director), Bob McKee (writer, along with his un-named wife), Whitey Birquist (conductor). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81739. A Life In Your Hands. August 29, 1950. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago aircheck. Sponsored by: Raleigh Cigarettes, Sir Walter Raleigh Pipe Tobacco. After his niece confesses to having two thousand dollars in gambling debts and forging a check, Judge Cook fires his ex-convict butler. After cutting off his niece's money, the judge is found shot. Erle Stanley Gardner (creator), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Jack Simpson (producer), Jack Murphy (director), Carlton KaDell, Bob McKee (writer, along with his un-named wife), Whitey Birquist (conductor), Adele Scott (organist). 29:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106939. The Chez Show. September 1, 1950. WMAQ, Chicago. 6:30 P.M. Mike and Buff chat with Elizabeth Taylor. Radio and TV writer Charles Andrews visits the show and gives Buff some magazines to read while recuperating from a broken bone in her back. Andrews describes his visit to Monte Carlo and the first TV show he wrote for Dave Garroway. He going to write the first network radio show sponsored by Dial. Mike Wallace, Buff Cobb, Charles Andrews, Elizabeth Taylor. 12:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

52932. Sky King. April 12, 1951. Mutual net. "The Lady Sheriff". Sponsored by: Peter Pan Peanut Butter. Lady Alice has stolen $60,000 in diamonds and escaped on her golden palomino. The trail leads Sky to a plane crash, a gun fight, and plenty of action inside of a diamond mine! Apparently complete but for the system cue. Jack Bivens, Fran Van Hartesfeldt (writer), Mike Wallace, Sidney Renthal (writer), Earl Nightingale, Beryl Vaughn, Dick Stenger (writer). 25:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

64555. Sky King. April 17, 1951. Mutual net. "The Mark Of El Diablo". Sponsored by: Peter Pan Peanut Butter. El Diablo has returned, riding a black stallion, warning small ranchers to get out...while they still can! Mike Wallace (announcer), Earl Nightingale, Jack Bivens, Beryl Vaughn. 24:50. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

109353. The Colgate Comedy Hour. April 29, 1951. NBC-TV net, audio + video. Sponsored by: Colgate-Palmolive. The program originates from Chicago. Dean goes golfing and Jerry is, "The Caddy." Dean and Jerry are welcomed by, "The Committee To Cure The Common Cold." Loud-mouthed Jerry shows up in the library run by Dean. Jerry lip-synchs (with four singers behind him) to, "She's Never Been Kissed." While Dick Stabile vainly waves his baton, Dean picks up a trombone, Jerry plays the start of, "The Sabre Dance" on the trumpet. Don't miss Mike Wallace and Helen O'Connell sing the Halo Shampoo jungle as a duet. Excellent kinescope video. Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Helen O'Connell, Bob Fosse (dancer), Mary Ann Niles (dancer), Ladd Lyon, Mike Wallace (announcer), Dick Stabile and His Orchestra, Ed Simmons (writer), Norman Lear (writer), Ernest Glucksman (producer, director). 59:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56400. The United Nations Today. July 20, 1951. United Nations Radio. Sustaining. The eighth round of cease-fire talks has begun in Korea. A report from the site of the armistice talks in Korea is heard. King Abdullah of Jordan has been assassinated. The India-Pakistan conflict over the Kashmir territory continues. Mike Wallace interviews U. N. staff members. Mike Wallace. 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11396. Stagestruck. October 9, 1953. CBS net. Sustaining. A review of the legitimate theatre scene. Well produced and edited in a documentary style. A look behind the scenes of, "The Seven Year Itch." Mike Wallace (host), Cab Calloway, Eddie Bracken, Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Alfred Drake, Yul Brynner, Ezio Pinza, Mary Martin, George Axelrod, John Gerstad, Elliott Nugent, Courtney Burr, Robert Sylvester, Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), Bob Corcoran (writer), Howard Barnes (producer). 58:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11397. Stagestruck. October 16, 1953. CBS net. Sustaining. The program features the authors and cast of, "Wish You Were Here." Mike Wallace (host), Pat Moran, Ralph Meeker, Ethel Merman, Victor Borge, David Wayne, John Forsythe, Maurice Evans, Richard Watts, Brooks Atkinson, Walter Kerr. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11398. Stagestruck. October 30, 1953. CBS net. "Fifty Years Of Musical Comedies". Sustaining. Mike Wallace (host), P. G. Wodehouse, Guy Bolton, Fred Astaire, William Gaxton, Fritzie Chef (?), Lawrence Langner, Vivian Siegel (?), Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director). 58:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11399. Stagestruck. December 4, 1953. CBS net. "Is The Road Dying"?. Sustaining. Mike Wallace (host), Robert Clary, Polly Bergen, Hermione Gingold, Harry Belafonte, Katharine Cornell, Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), Bob Corcoran (writer), Leland Hayward, Carleton Carpenter, Martin Green, Leonard Sillman, Warren Caro (?), Elaine Dunn, Ronnie Graham, Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), Bob Corcoran (writer). 58:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11400. Stagestruck. December 11, 1953. CBS net. "The Off-Broadway Story". Sustaining. The program features a scene from, "Madame, Will You Walk?" and "End As A Man." A visit to "The Amato Opera Company," "The Paper Mill Playhouse" and "The Circle In The Square." A tribute to Eugene O'Neill. Mike Wallace (host), Ben Gazzara, Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Brooks Atkinson, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director). 59:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11401. Stagestruck. December 18, 1953. CBS net. "The Theatre At Christmas Time". Sustaining. A program featuring the original cast of "Kismet" in unreleased recording sessions. Also, a scene from "Dead Pigeon." Mike Wallace (host), Goddard Lieberson, Alfred Drake, Lloyd Bridges, Lilo (French star of "Can-Can"), Walter Slezak, Doretta Morrow (?), Richard Kiley, Joel Gaynor (?), Henry Calvin, Lloyd Bridges, Joan Lorring, Joan Greenwood, Mariko Nikki (?), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director), Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer). 58:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11402. Stagestruck. December 25, 1953. CBS net. "A Musical Christmas Show". Sustaining. The program features songs from the current and past musicals. Mike Wallace (host), Earl Wrightson, Louise Carlyle, George Murray, Alfredo Antonini and His Orchestra, Lois Hunt, Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director). 59:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11403. Stagestruck. January 1, 1954. CBS net. "The Theatrical Highlights Of 1953". Sustaining. The program features scenes from: "Picnic" and "The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker." Mike Wallace (host), Robert Alda, Geraldine Page, Ben Gazzara, Gwen Verdon, Lilo, Ralph Meeker, Rosalind Russell, Menasha Skulnik, Brooks Atkinson, Shirley Booth, Basil Rathbone, Martha Scott, Burgess Meredith, Deborah Kerr, Hermione Gingold, David Wayne, Robert Anderson, Ben Gazzara, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director). 59:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11404. Stagestruck. January 10, 1954. CBS net. "Why Young Actors Try To Break Into The Theatre". Sustaining. The program features recording from the new musical "Kismet" and "South Pacific" (as it closes its long run); scenes from "His and Hers," "In The Summer House." Mike Wallace (host), Ingrid Bergman, Ralph Bellamy, Celeste Holm, Robert Preston, Martha Wright, William Talbot, Judith Anderson, Rene Jeanmaire (?), Alfred Drake, Doretta Morrow, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director). 59:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11405. Stagestruck. January 17, 1954. CBS net. "The History Of The American Stage". Sustaining. The program features recordings of great performers of the past. The program features people mentioned in the book, "Curtain Time" (by Lloyd Morris). Mike Wallace (host), John Drew, Otis Skinner, Sarah Bernhardt, Ellen Terry, Lillian Russell, George M. Cohan, John Barrymore, Eugene O'Neill, Julia Marlowe, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director). 58:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11406. Stagestruck. January 24, 1954. CBS net. "The Playwright's Story". Sustaining. The art of writing plays. Interviews with new and successful playwrights, scenes from: "My Three Angels," "Bullfight" and "Coriolanus." Mike Wallace (host), William Inge, Robert Ryan, Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), Bob Corcoran (writer), Audrey Wood (play agent), Irvin Fields, Dorothy Fields, Bela Spewack, Leslie Stevens, Walter Slezak, Hurd Hatfield, John Emory, Mildred Natwick, Howard Barnes (producer), John Dietz (director). 59:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6082. Stagestruck. February 7, 1954. CBS net. "Community Theatre, U. S. A.". Sustaining. A survey of local theatre groups around the country, with many interviews with the people involved. Mike Wallace (host), Charles Laughton, Robert Porterfield, Margo Jones, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director). 59:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11407. Stagestruck. February 18, 1954. CBS net. Sustaining. "A cross-section of the exciting news and happenings in the commercial theatre." Mike Wallace (host), Mary Martin, Jack Whiting, Walter Kerr, Louis Jourdan, Barry Boland (drama critic), Jean Kerr, Kirk Douglas, Danny Roban, Geraldine Page, Mary Boland, Jack Warden, Howard Barnes (producer), John Dietz (director), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director). 59:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11408. Stagestruck. March 7, 1954. CBS net. Sustaining. Music from the new musical, "The Golden Apple" and "The Girl In Pink Tights." Cedric Hardwicke, Peter Lorre, Clive Brook, Kaye Ballard, Jack Whiting, Charles Goldner, Vernon Duke, Kirk Douglas, Maria Riva, Mike Wallace (host), Noel Coward, Jeanmaire, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director). 58:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11409. Stagestruck. March 21, 1954. CBS net. "The Life and Career Of Florenz Ziegfeld". Sustaining. Mike Wallace (host), Gene Buck, John Steele, Gus Van, Gladys Feldman, Ruby Keeler, Ruth Etting, Ole Olsen, Charles Winninger, Helen Morgan, Bert Williams, Florenz Ziegfeld (recording), Eddie Dowling, Billie Burke, Eddie Cantor, Sophie Tucker, Will Rogers (recording), Helen Morgan (recording), Gallagher and Shean, Jimmy Durante, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director), Lucian Davis (west coast representative). 59:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11410. Stagestruck. April 4, 1954. CBS net. "The Story Of Spring On Broadway". Sustaining. A visit to the circus and "By The Beautiful Sea," opening on April 8, 1954. Mike Wallace (host), Felix Adler, Agnes Moorehead, Danny Kaye, Shirley Booth, Ward Donovan, Arthur Schwartz, Mae Vars (?), Josephine Baracini (aerialist), Felix Adler, Robert Friar (producer of "By The Beautiful Sea"), Lawrence Carr (producer of "By The Beautiful Sea"), Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director). 59:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11411. Stagestruck. April 18, 1954. CBS net. "How The Stage Helped Make Hollywood History". Sustaining. Mike Wallace (host), Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Sylvia Sidney, Stanley Kramer, Frank Lovejoy, Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn, Lilli Palmer, John Garfield, Greta Garbo, William Powell, Lana Turner, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney, Lucille Ball, Charles Laughton, Clark Gable, Walter Pidgeon, Bert Lahr, Van Johnson, Barbara Stanwyck, William Holden. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11412. Stagestruck. April 29, 1954. CBS net. Sustaining. The excitement of April and the end of the Broadway season. Montgomery Clift, MacDonald Carey, Kitty Carlisle, Mike Wallace (host), Charlton Heston, Janis Paige, John Raitt, Alan Schneider, Dick Adler, Jerry Ross, George Abbott, Howard Barnes (producer), George Abbott, Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director), Bob Corcoran (writer). 58:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11413. Stagestruck. May 2, 1954. CBS net. "The Highlights Of The 1953-54 Theatrical Season". Sustaining. The last show of the series. Alfred Drake, Audrey Hepburn, Basil Rathbone, Ben Gazzara, Carol Channing, Claude Rains, Danny Kaye, Eddie Cantor, Ezio Pinza, Harry Belafonte, Hermione Gingold, Jack Benny, Joan Greenwood, Katharine Cornell, Kaye Ballard, Lilo, Mary Martin, Mel Ferrer, Mike Wallace (host), Noel Coward (author), Phil Silvers, Robert Sylvester, Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Shirley Booth, Victor Borge, Yul Brynner, David Wayne, John Forsythe, Ingrid Bergman, Cedric Hardwicke, Deborah Kerr, Jeanne Maire (?), Fritzie Chef (?), Brooks Atkinson, Howard Barnes (producer), Bob Corcoran (writer), Bruno Zirato Jr. (director), John Dietz (director), Lucien Davis (west coast representative), Bob Hite (announcer), Rose Tobias (assistant to the producer). 59:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11466. Mike and Buff Mailbag. June 8, 1954. CBS net. Sustaining. A fashion discussion with guest Eleanor Nash. A report from Paris. Mike Wallace, Buff Cole, Eleanor Nash. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

94800. You Are There. September 5, 1954. CBS-TV net audio, AFRTS rebroadcast. "The Emergence Of Jazz". The events of November 12, 1917. The Original Dixieland Jazz Band records "Tiger Rag" in a New York City recording studio. On November 20, 1917, the Storyville area of New Orleans was closed and jazz began to spread. Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Harry Marble, Ned Calmer, Lou Cioffi, Louis Armstrong, Bobby Hackett, Billy Taylor, Cozy Cole. 24:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

92146. The Amos 'n' Andy Show. March 20, 1955. CBS net. Sponsored by: Studebaker. Momma tosses the Kingfish out of the apartment. Sapphire gets a job as a "comparitive shopper" for a department store, which leads the Kingfish to the wrong conclusion. The system cue is added live. Freeman Gosden, Charles Correll, Lud Gluskin (music), Joe Connelly (writer), Bob Mosher (writer), Harlow Wilcox (announcer), Cliff Howell (director), Ernestine Wade, Amanda Randolph, Johnny Lee, Roy Glenn, Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman). 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

97464. The Ten Years War. 1957. The Crusade For Freedom syndication. Sponsored by: The Crusade For Freedom fund appeal. "A dramatic documentary." A Czech student will not take commuinist lies any more. "RFE is the only window to the free world that we have." The date is approximate. Mike Wallace (narrator), Marx B. Loeb (producer, director), Irving Elman (writer). 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

79224. Conversation. April 1957. NBC net. "Interviewing". Sustaining. Clifton Fadiman (host), Mike Wallace (host of "Nightbeat"), Daniel Lang (author of "The Man in The Thick Lead Suit"). 23:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

93605. The Mike Wallace Interview. April 28, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. The first show of the series. Wallace does the cigarette commercials on all the programs. A cigarette is kept lit during the entire interview, on every broadcast. An interview with Gloria Swanson. She discusses "her career and why she's not making any more films, Hollywood in the 1920's and sex appeal, marriage and cancer." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. These video recordings were all digitized by Leanda Gahegan, Heather Nodler, Jacki Takach, David Wilson, Megan Peck or Jung Hun Kim for the School of Information, the University of Texas. Mike Wallace, Gloria Swanson. 29:28. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93606. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 5, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Eldon Edwards, Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. He discusses (using language later considered "politically incorrect") "the South and segregation, the NAACP, J. Edgar Hoover and the Klan." Mr. Edwards is dressed in his Klan uniform during the interview. The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mike Wallace, Eldon Edwards, Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:31. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93608. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 12, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with author Philip Wylie. He discusses "'Momism,' women and marriage, religion and psychoanalysis." The audio is in very good condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Philip Wylie, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 22:51. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

65482. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 19, 1957. ABC-TV net audio only. Commercials deleted. Mike Wallace interviews Mickey Cohen, a famous gangster. Mickey says he's going straight, and is becoming Christian-like in his thinking. Mr. Cohen then accuses the mayor of Los Angeles, the police commissioner and several other politicians and police officials of being "sadistic degenerates" (and worse)! Sometime after the broadcast (possibly at the start of the next week's show), Oliver Treyz (Vice President of ABC Television) apologizes for Mr. Cohen's statements of behalf of the network, the sponsor, the advertising agency and Mr. Wallace. Mike Wallace, Mickey Cohen, Oliver Treyz, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 27:58. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

93611. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 26, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Senator Wayne Morse, "a Republican turned Democrat from Orgeon." He discusses, "the Eisenhower administration, Barry Goldwater, Raymond Moley, Richard Nixon, Arthur Miller and Joseph McCarthy." The audio is in very good condition, the video is only good. Wayne Morse, Mike Wallace, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 26:42. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93604. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 2, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Earl Browder, former head of the Communist Party in the U. S. He discusses "Khrushchev, Stalin, the cold war and communism in America." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (techncial director), Mike Wallace, Earl Browder. 29:26. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93609. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 9, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Ralph Lapp, a nuclear physicist who worked on the atom bomb project and later was against nuclear testing. He speaks about "the Atomic Energy Commission, cancer, the social responsibility of scientists, the Manhattan Project, Hiroshima and religion." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Ralph Lapp, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:28. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93607. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 16, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Mary Margaret McBride. Introduced as, "The First Lady Of Radio," she discusses "some of the 30,000+ interviews she's conducted on the air since 1927." She also talks about "her career as opposed to a family, motherhood, religion, television and bikinis!" The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Mary Margaret McBride, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:28. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93603. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 23, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with David Hawkins, one of the 20 American soldiers to defect to North Korean during the war. The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director), Mike Wallace, David Hawkins. 29:30. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93602. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 30, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Chuck "Commando" Kelly, winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor during World War II. He discusses, "his financial problems, his unemployment, the Korean War and nuclear weapons." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Charles Kelly, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), William Morris (technical director). 29:46. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93612. The Mike Wallace Interview. July 7, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Steve Allen. He talks about "his rivalry with Ed Sullivan, his television show and the awards he's won." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. The concluding public service announcement makes the startling statement that, "Mental health is the same thing as peace of mind." Mike Wallace, Steve Allen, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:30. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93613. The Mike Wallace Interview. July 14, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Diana Barrymore, daughter of John Barrymore. She talks about "her acting career, her alcoholism, her failed marriage and her recent autobiography, 'Too Much, Too Soon'." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Diana Barrymore. 22:16. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

93660. The Mike Wallace Interview. July 21, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Glenn McCarthy, the "legendary Texas oil millionaire." He speaks about money, gambling, fighting and the film 'Giant,' which some say is the story of his life." Mike Wallace, Glenn McCarthy, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:30. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93614. The Mike Wallace Interview. July 28, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Senator James Eastland (Mississippi). He is known as, "The Voice of the White South." He talks about "segregation, slavery, the USSR, voting rights laws and the Ku Klux Klan." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is very good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Mike Wallace, James Eastland, Al Smith (technical director). 29:28. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93615. The Mike Wallace Interview. August 4, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with the famous pitcher for the Cleveland Indians. He talks about "ballplayer's salaries, the reserve clause, the wealth of ball clubs, pay television, beer sponsors, bean balls, gambling, Joe Di Maggio and Ted Williams." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Bob Feller, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:29. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93610. The Mike Wallace Interview. August 11, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Dagmar, "one of the first major female stars on television, her 'dumb blonde' persona, her career, psychoanalysis, tranquilizers and television." The audio is in very good condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Dagmar, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (director). 29:27. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93616. The Mike Wallace Interview. August 25, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Fred Otash, the famous Hollywood private eye for "Confidential Magazine." He talks about "morality, informers and the invasion of privacy." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is only fair. Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Bill Morris (technical director), Mike Wallace, Fred Otash, Ted Yates Jr. (producer). 29:16. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93617. The Mike Wallace Interview. September 1, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Commercials deleted. A two-part interview, concluded on September 28, 1957. Both parts are on this recording. Frank Lloyd Wright talks about "religion, war, mercy killing, art, critics, his planned one-mile-high skyscraper, youth, sex, morality, politics, nature and death." When Mike Wallace shows Mr. Wright a newly published book about him, Mr. Wright seems somewhat annoyed that Wallace got a copy of the book before he did. He then starts flipping through the book while being asked other questions and finally asks Mike Wallace if he may have the book, leaving Mike with an amused look on his face. The second interview concludes with a 1994 postscript by Mike Wallace from the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The audio is in very good condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Frank Lloyd Wright. 51:38. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

93618. The Mike Wallace Interview. September 9, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with the famous jockey. Eddie Arcaro answers questions about "gambling, horse racing, the drugging of horses and the pressure to win." Mention is made that Mike Wallace is on the cover of this week's Newsweek. The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Al Ramrus (research), Bill Morris (technical director), Jack Sameth (director), Mike Wallace, Eddie Arcaro, Ted Yates Jr. (producer). 29:25. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93621. The Mike Wallace Interview. September 14, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. Jessel speaks about "television, Jimmy Hoffa and the Teamsters Union, fame, Jewish performers, relationships and his desire to be the ambassador to Israel." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, George Jessel, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Bill Morris (technical director). 29:26. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93661. The Mike Wallace Interview. September 15, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sustaining. An interview with Governor Orval Faubus, from the Governor's mansion in Little Rock "during his standoff with the Federal Government over the integration of Little Rock Central High School." Faubus had called in the National Guard and had met with President Eisenhower the day before this interview. The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Orval Faubus, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director), Bill Ayers (associate director). 28:49. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93619. The Mike Wallace Interview. September 21, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with "the leader of the birth control movement in America." Margaret Sanger speaks about "why she became an advocate for birth control, over-population, the Catholic Church and morality." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director), Mike Wallace, Margaret Sanger, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director). 30:27. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93620. The Mike Wallace Interview. October 5, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with "America's leading strip teaser." Lili St. Cyr talks about "her attitude toward the men who come to see her perform, her attitude toward her profession, show business and flying saucers!" The audio is in very good condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Lili St. Cyr, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Heywood (technical director), Al Wein (art director). 29:29. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93622. The Mike Wallace Interview. October 12, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with General George Kenney (Retired). He speaks about "Sputnik (which had recently been launched) and why he believes it will bring the nation closer to a third world war." The audio is in very good condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, George Kenney. 29:13. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93634. The Mike Wallace Interview. October 19, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes. An interview with Malcolm Muggeridge, former editor of Punch magazine and "one of England's leading intellectuals." He speaks about, "his article in the Saturday Evening Post" in which he created a furor by criticizing Queen Elizabeth." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is only fair. Mike Wallace, Malcolm Muggeridge, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:35. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93625. The Mike Wallace Interview. October 26, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W/ video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with "Carmen Basilio, the middle-weight boxing champion" after his defeat of Sugar Ray Robinson. He speaks about "Robinson, whether boxing should be outlawed because of its brutality and organized crime's influence on boxing." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Carmen Basilio, Al Smith (technical director), Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Al Ramrus (research). 29:30. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93632. The Mike Wallace Interview. November 2, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Kirk Douglas, who has recently starred in, "Paths Of Glory" and "The Vikings." He speaks about, "acting, fame, the charge that Hollywood misrepresents America abroad, Nazis, Communists and European Vs. American women." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Kirk Douglas, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research). 29:30. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

13555. Weekday Theatre. November 8, 1957. Program #86. AFRTS. "Momma Married A Mormon". Mike Wallace and Virginia Graham (?) introduce another chapter from, "Momma Married A Mormon." Mike Wallace (?), Virginia Graham (?). 10 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

93626. The Mike Wallace Interview. November 9, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Diana Dors about "England's attitude toward sex, publicity stunts, the entertainment business and the price of fame." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Diana Dors, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Smith (technical director), Al Ramrus (research). 29:30. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93631. The Mike Wallace Interview. November 16, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with the syndicated gossip columnist, famous for her parties. She speaks about, "Elvis Presley, Nikita Kruschev, Jane Mansfield, alcohol, society, immortality, The Duchess of Windsor, Cleveland Amory, Greta Garbo." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director), Mike Wallace, Elsa Maxwell. 29:32. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93629. The Mike Wallace Interview. November 23, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Eleanor Roosevelt. She speaks about, "Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Republicans, Democrats, the Soviet Union, Westbrook Pegler, her son's relationship with Domican leader Rafael Trujillo, race and garlic pills." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Bill Smith (technical director). 29:29. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93624. The Mike Wallace Interview. November 30, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Bennett Cerf about "what's wrong with television, reading and censorship." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Al Ramrus (research), Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Mike Wallace, Bennett Cerf. 29:29. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93627. The Mike Wallace Interview. December 7, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with syndicated columnist Drew Pearson. He speaks about "Sputnik and a third world war, Eisenhower, Nixon, Kennedy and about being called a vicious liar by prominent politicians." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Drew Pearson, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research). 29:25. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93628. The Mike Wallace Interview. December 14, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with lawyer Edward Bennett Williams, whose clients included Jimmy Hoffa, Frank Costello, Senator Joseph McCarthy. He speaks about, "the United States justice system, civil liberties, the FBI and the U. S. Supreme Court." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Edward Bennett Williams, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:11. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93633. The Mike Wallace Interview. December 21, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Cigarettes, Revelation Pipe Tobacco. An interview with Leonard Ross, the 12-year-old school boy who won #164,000 on "The Big Surprise" and "The $64,000 Challenge." He speaks about, "the effects of quiz shows on children, school, politics, eggheads, spanking, mothers and Santa Claus." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Leonard Ross, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 28:08. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93623. The Mike Wallace Interview. December 28, 1957. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. "An interview with Alexander de Seversky, the Russian-born World War I flying ace who served as a consultant to the U. S. government and helped revolutionize aerial warfare in World War II." He speaks about "the U. S. military, the Soviet military and the possibility of nuclear war." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Jack Sameth (director), Rita Quinn (girl Friday), Al Ramrus (research), Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mike Wallace, Alexander de Seversky. 29:44. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93630. The Mike Wallace Interview. January 4, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with film star Jean Seberg, whose first film ("Saint Joan") was panned by the critics. She speaks about, "her new film ("Bonjour Tristesse"), critics, acting in Hollywood and her private life." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Jean Seberg, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:37. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93635. The Mike Wallace Interview. January 11, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Philip Morris Inc. (commercials suspended). The program originates from the American Nobel Anniversary Committee Dinner and Forum, at the Waldorf Astoria, New York City. Interviews with Dr. Linus Pauling, Pearl S. Buck, Clarence Pickett and Sir John Boyd. Excerpts from their acceptance speeches are also seen. They speak about, "peace in a world threatened by war." The audio is in very good condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Linus Pauling, Pearl S. Buck, Clarence Pickett, John Boyd, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:33. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93636. The Mike Wallace Interview. January 18, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with John Gates, former editor of the "Communist Daily Worker" and "a leader in the Communist Party in the United States for 27 years." He tells why he quit the party. The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, John Gates. 29:15. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93648. The Mike Wallace Interview. January 25, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Walter Reuther, president of the United Auto Workers. He speaks about, "his plan for profit-sharing for auto workers, which was being attacked as a 'giant step toward socialism.'" The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Walter Reuther, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Dick McNutt (technical director), Al Smith (technical director). 29:35. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93651. The Mike Wallace Interview. February 1, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Fulton Lewis, Jr. He speaks about, "the right wing in America, President Eisenhower, Vice-President Nixon, General Douglas MacArthur, Francisco Franco, Adlai Stevenson, Joseph McCarthy, Eisenhower Republicans and Democratic Liberals." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Fulton Lewis Jr., Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Al Ramrus (research). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

93643. The Mike Wallace Interview. February 8, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Pearl S. Buck, winner of the Pulitzer and Nobel prizes for literature. She speaks about, "American women, marriage, career Vs. family and the difference between men and women." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Pearl S. Buck. 29:27. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93647. The Mike Wallace Interview. February 22, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Rudy Vallee, from Hollywood. He speaks about his career, his fans, Hollywood, his friends and his reputation for stinginess. The audio is in very good condition, the video is only good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Mike Wallace, Rudy Vallee, Bill Dryer (technical director), Albert Wein (art director). 29:25. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

75464. The Mike Wallace Interview. March 8, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. Mike Wallace interviews Major Donald Keyhoe about flying saucers. Major Keyhoe claims the government is supressing information about the saucers. He discusses the deletions from the script of "The Armstrong Circle Theatre" program about flying saucers, which were insisted on by the government. The "Armstrong" program was broadcast January 22, 1958, it was called "U. F. O.: The Enigma Of The Skies." Major Keyhoe does not believe the accounts of George Adamski or the other "contactees." See cat. #75465 for an appearance by Major Keyhoe on "The Long John Nebel Show," two days after this program. The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is in very good to excellent condition. Mike Wallace, Donald Keyhoe, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:31. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93642. The Mike Wallace Interview. March 15, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Oscar Hammerstein II. He speaks about, "sentimentality, racism, religion and politics." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Oscar Hammerstein II, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (tecnhical director), Everett Melosh (lighting director). 29:32. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93649. The Mike Wallace Interview. March 22, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Tony Perkins. He speaks about, "unflattering news stories, Hollywood, Manhattan, loneliness, religion, freedom and the beat generation." The audio is in very good excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Tony Perkins, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director), Everett Melosh (lighting director). 29:31. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93644. The Mike Wallace Interview. March 29, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Peter Ustinov. He speaks about, "the monarchy Vs. the presidency, death, education, sex, money, advertising and fame." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Peter Ustinov, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 29:20. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93640. The Mike Wallace Interview. April 5, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Lillian Roth, singer and author of, "I'll Cry Tomorrow." She speaks about, "her alcoholism, religion, psychoanalysis, Alcoholics Anonymous and her new book, 'Beyond My Worth.'" The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is only good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Mike Wallace, Lillian Roth, Al Smith (technical director). 29:29. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93637. The Mike Wallace Interview. April 12, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. On the 10th anniversary of the state of Israel, an interview with Abba Eban, the Israeli ambassador to the United States. He speaks about, "the Arab nations, the Arab refugee problem, Egypt's President Nasser, Jews in America and the charge that Israel threatens world peace with a policy of territorial expansion." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Abba Eban, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (resesearch), Al Smith (technical director), Everett Melosh (lighting director). 29:24. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93646. The Mike Wallace Interview. April 19, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Salvador Dali. He speaks about, "genius, the subconscious, weakness, old age and luxury, death, religion and dreams. The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is only good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director), Everett Melosh (lighting director), Mike Wallace, Salvador Dali. 29:37. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93645. The Mike Wallace Interview. April 27, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with The Fund For The Republic. An interview with Reinhold Niebuhr, Vice-President of the Union Theological Seminary, on leave to the Institute For Advanced Study at Princeton. He's "one of the most important and challenging religious thinkers in the world." He speaks about the separation of church and state, Catholicism, Prostestantism, anti-Semitism, Communism and nuclear war." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good. Mike Wallace, Reinhold Niebuhr. 28:48. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93650. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 11, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Supreme Court Justice William Douglas. He speaks about, "the freedom of expression and the freedom to exchange ideas." Justice Douglas has said that, "In recent years, as we have denounced the loss of liberties abroad, we have witnessed its decline here in America." The audio and video are in very good condition. Mike Wallace, William O. Douglas, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research, Frank Munzer (technical director). 29:46. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93701. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 17, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio only. Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with the Fund For The Republic. America. "Cyrus Eaton, a successful Cleveland industrialist and businessman and outspoken critic of the United State's foreign and military policies...talks about how Americans' freedoms are being destroyed by the 'Cold War'." Mike Wallace, Cyrus Eaton, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 28:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

93638. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 18, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with The Fund For The Republic. An interview with author Aldous Huxley. He speaks about, "threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising and television." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Aldous Huxley, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director), Imero Fiorentino (lighting director). 28:09. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93639. The Mike Wallace Interview. May 25, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sustaining. An interview with Erich Fromm, produced in co-operation of The Fund For The Republic. He speaks about, "society, materialism, relationships, government, religion and happiness." The audio is in very good to excellent condition, the video is very good to excellent. Al Smith (technical director), Mike Wallace, Erich Fromm, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research). 28:57. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93699. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 1, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio only. Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with The Fund For The Republic. "Adlai Stevenson, former governor of Illinois and twice the Democratic party candidate for the presidence of th United States... discusses American politics, the difficulty in persuading good people to become involved in politics, diversity, elections, and the need for the average citizen to be involved in government." Mike Wallace, Adlai Stevenson. 28:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

93700. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 8, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio only. Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with the Fund For The Republic. "Sylvester 'Pat' Weaver, former president of NBC, creator of such television program as "Wide Wide World," "Today," and "Tonight," talks about...television, management, advertising, and the social function of television." The system cue has been deleted. Mike Wallace, Pat Weaver. 27:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

93702. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 22, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio only. Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with the Fund For The Republic. "Monsignor Francis Lally, editor of one of the most influential Catholic newspapers in America, the 'Boston Pilot,' talks...about a lack of understanding between Catholics and non-Catholics, the separation between church and state, dissent, diversity and religion." The system cue has been deleted. Mike Wallace, Francis Lally. 28:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

93652. The Mike Wallace Interview. June 29, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Harry Ashmore, editor of "The Arkansas Gazette" in Little Rock. He editorialized against racist mobs during the desegregation conflict. He speaks about, "the integrity of journalists, the influence of advertisers and the government on the press, techniques of interviewing and the desegregation of Little Rock High School." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Harry Ashmore, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 28:45. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93653. The Mike Wallace Interview. July 6, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Charles Percy, the president of Bell and Howell. He speaks about, "the role of government in the economic system, private enterprise's involvement in public services, tax reform and the Soviet economic system." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Charles Percy, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Mickey Trenner (director), Al Ramrus (research), Bob Myers (technical director). 27:54. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93654. The Mike Wallace Interview. July 13, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Dr. Henry Kissinger, Associate Director of the Center for International Affairs at Harvard. He speaks about, "the U. S. foreign and military policies, limited nuclear war, the Soviet Union, Algeria, the Middle East and Republicans...including Richard Nixon." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Henry Kissinger, Ted Yates Jr. (produc er), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Bill Morris (technical director). 28:46. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93703. The Mike Wallace Interview. July 20, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio B/W only. Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with the Fund For The Republic. "Dr. Hutchins is the former dean of the Yale Law School, former president of the University of Chicago and president of the Fund For The Republic." The Fund for the Republic underwrites the cost of these programs. He speaks about "freedom, illusion as an enemy of freedom, government, civil rights and education." Announced as the last program of the series. The system cue has been deleted. Mike Wallace, Robert Hutchins. 28:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

93656. The Mike Wallace Interview. August 17, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Dr. Henry Wriston, president of the Council on Foreign Relations and former president of Brown University. He speaks about, "the middle east crisis, United States foreign policy and the threat of nuclear war." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Lou Marchand (technical director), Mike Wallace, Henry Wriston, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research). 29:41. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93655. The Mike Wallace Interview. August 24, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Edward Weeks, editor of The Atlantic magazine. He speaks about, "bigness, mass culture, tastemakers, advertising and media." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Edward Weeks, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Jack Sameth (director), Al Ramrus (research), Bob Myers (technical director). 29:08. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93657. The Mike Wallace Interview. August 31, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with James McBride Dabbs, South Carolinian, plantation owner, elder in the Presbyterian Church, president of the Southern Regional Council and author of, "The Southern Heritage." He speaks about, "the psychological burden of the Southerner, segregation, school integration and the consequences of the Civil War." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), Marshal Diskin (director), Al Ramrus (research), Mike Wallace, James McBride Dabbs, Lou Marchand (technical director). 28:44. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93658. The Mike Wallace Interview. September 7, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Mortimer Adler, presdient of the Institute for Philosophical Research, former professor of the philosphy of law at the University of Chicago and author of "The Idea of Freedom." He speaks about the conceptions of freedom, capitalism, socialism and the American worker." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Ted Yates Jr. (producer), William Ayers (director), Al Ramrus (research), Bill Morris (technical director), Mike Wallace, Mortimer Adler. 28:48. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

93659. The Mike Wallace Interview. September 14, 1958. ABC-TV net, audio and B/W video. Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An interview with Arthur Larson, former Undersecretary of Labor, head of the United States Information Agency and special assistant to the president. He speaks about, "Eisenhower, the adminsitration's social philosophy, politics and the American way of life." The audio is in excellent condition, the video is only good. Mike Wallace, Arthur Larson, Ted Yates Jr. (producer), William Ayers (director), Al Ramrus (research), Al Smith (technical director). 28:46. Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

739. The Revlon Revue. March 24, 1960. CBS-TV net. Sponsored by: Revlon. The first tune is, "Basin Street Blues." A celebration of Paul Whiteman's seventieth birthday. He was actually born March 28, 1890. Paul Whiteman, Jack Teagarden, Peggy Lee, Buster Keaton, Bing Crosby, Peter Nero, Mike Wallace (m. c.), Michael Mall (?), Ralph Story (commercial spokesman), Pamela Britten (commercial spokeswoman). 58:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

34854. Woody Herman and His Orchestra. September 1961. CBS-TV, WCBS-TV, New York aircheck. Commercials deleted. The exact program title is unknown, the source is a guess. Woody Herman and His Orchestra, Maureen Dawn (vocal), Mike Wallace (host, interviewer). 50 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

63169. Suspense. June 24, 1962. CBS net. "With Murder In Mind". Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes, A.T. and T.. When the wife of a nightclub mind reader is killed by a hit-and-run driver, the mind reader uses his unique powers to find the killer...or does he? Jack Kruschen, Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman), Fred Hendrickson (producer, director), Jim Boles, Jane Ward, Ethel Huber (music supervisor), Jack Grimes, Bryna Raeburn, William Redfield, Gilbert Mack, Rennie Santoni, Erwin Lewis (writer). 25:01. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

64932. Suspense. September 16, 1962. CBS net. "Golden Years". Sponsored by: Parliament (one commercial deleted). When the stepfather of a sixteen year old boy refuses to allow him the use of the family car, the teenager decides to kill him! The system cue has been deleted. Peter Fernandez, William N. Robson (writer), Rosemary Rice, Mike Wallace (commwercial spokesman), Fred Hendrickson (producer, director), Norman Ober (editor), Ethel Huber (music supervisor), Ivor Francis, Elspeth Eric, Ronald Dawson, Mary Jane Higby, Pat Hosley, Bret Morrison, Warren Moran (announcer). 24:33. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

63171. Suspense. September 23, 1962. CBS net. "At The Point Of A Needle". Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes, Chase and Sanborn Coffee. A nagging wife and her reasonble husband rent a cottage by the ocean. That woman just won't stop nagging! The system cue has been deleted. Betty Garde, Walter Kinsella, Joseph Corcoran (writer), Fred Hendrickson (producer, director), Robert Readick, Walter Otto (sound patterns), Warren Moran (announcer), Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman), Norman Ober (editor), Teri Keane, Bill Adams, James Berry (technical director), Ethel Huber (music supervisor). 24:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

1171. Suspense. September 30, 1962. CBS net. "Devilstone". Sponsored by: Parliament Cigarettes. An Irishman goes to investigate his haunted house, with unexpected results. The last show of the series, one of the last two shows of, "The Golden Age of Radio." Christopher Carey, Neil Fitzgerald, Jonathan Bundy (writer), Fred Hendrickson (producer, director), Gilbert Mack, Walter Greaza, Reynold Osborne, Bright Milano, Ethel Huber (music supervisor), Walter Otto (sound patterns), Fred Cusick (technical director), Bernie Seabrooks (associate director), Stuart Metz (announcer), Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman). 24:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2229. CBS News. November 9, 1965. CBS net, WCBS, New York aircheck. 8:00 P. M. Coverage on the night of the east coast blackout, starting two and a half hours previously. Local New York City reports and from other affected areas. Mike Wallace, Robert Pierpoint, Neil Strawser (?), George Redding (?), Ike Pappas, Reid Collins, Del Hill (WSNO, Barre, Vermont), Steve Rowan. 14:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

1828. CBS News 1966. January 1, 1967. CBS-TV net, WCBS-TV, New York audio aircheck. "Correspondent's Report". Five CBS correspondents and anchor Walter Cronkite review the events of the year. The closing announcement and credits have been deleted. Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid, Charles Collingwood, Mike Wallace, Roger Mudd, Morely Safer. 57:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

34893. CBS News Special Report. January 27, 1967. CBS-TV net, WCBS-TV, New York aircheck. A summary of the news surrounding the deaths of Virgil Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee, Apollo Astronauts. They were killed on the ground a few hours before in a flash fire caused by an electrical malfunction. A previously recorded interview with the three is played. Mike Wallace (anchor), Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather. 34:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Possibly complete.

3160. The Correspondent's Report: Part Two. January 9, 1968. CBS-TV net, WCBS-TV, New York audio aircheck. "The Nation". Sponsored by: Western Electric. A review the events of the past year, focusing on domestic issues. Walter Cronkite, Daniel Schorr, Dan Rather, Mike Wallace, Eric Sevareid, Roger Mudd, John Sharnik (co-producer), Ernest Leiser (producer). 59:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5050. The Correspondent's Report. January 1, 1969. Program #2. CBS-TV net. "The Nation". A look back at the last twelve months. A CBS News Special. Charles Collingwood (moderator), Eric Sevareid, Roger Mudd, Mike Wallace, Daniel Schorr, Dan Rather, John Lawrence. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6612. The Correspondent's Report. December 28, 1969. CBS-TV net. "End Of The Decade". Sponsored by: Western Electric. A look at the past ten years. The date is approximate. Mike Wallace, Eric Sevareid, Charles Collingwood. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

9193. You Are There. October 23, 1971. CBS-TV net. "Paul Revere's Ride". Participating sponsors. The events of October 23, 1775. The British are coming! E. G. Marshall, Walter Cronkite (anchor), David Culhane, Richard C. Hottelet, Mike Wallace. 29:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

13499. Haldeman: The Nixon Years. March 23, 1975. CBS-TV net, WCBS-TV, New York aircheck. Participating sponsors. Mike Wallace interviews H.R. Haldeman, President Nixon's Chief of Staff on the operation of the Nixon Administration. Mike Wallace, H. R. Haldeman. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

13500. Haldeman: The Nixon Years. March 30, 1975. CBS-TV net, WCBS-TV, New York aircheck. The second part of the Mike Wallace interview with Nixon's Chief of Staff, H.R. Haldeman. The show caused a stir because of a large fee paid to Haldeman by CBS. Mike Wallace (interviewer), H. R. Haldeman. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

93771. Let's Find Out. March 27, 1988. WCBS-AM, New York City. Sustaining. Art Athens interviews Douglas Edwards about his early days in radio. Mike Wallace is also heard. The program was broadcast just before EDdwards' retirement on April 1, 1988. Art Athens, Douglas Edwards, Mike Wallace, Jill Landis (research), Georgine Burdiss (producer). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

42509. Access. September 22, 1990. CBS net, WCBS-AM, New York aircheck. Sustaining. Charles Kuralt interviews Mike Wallace on the fortieth anniversary of his career as a reporter and newsman. Charles Kuralt, Mike Wallace. 28:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

61596. The National Press Club. March 14, 1996. C-SPAN audio aircheck. Sustaining. Sonja Hillgren, president of the National Press Club introduces Mike Wallace, who discusses, "Corporate Influence and Freedom Of The Press." He then answers questions from the audience. Sonja Hillgren, Mike Wallace. 57:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

91056. That's The Way It Is: Celebrating Cronkite At 90. June 21, 2007. CBS-TV net audio. Participating sponsors. A biography of the Walter Cronkite's life. Walter Cronkite, Ted Koppel, Barbara Walters, Bill Clinton, Dan Rather, Robin Williams, Mick Jagger, George Clooney, Mike Wallace, Andy Rooney, Charles Gibson, Don Hewitt, Diane Sawyer, Katie Couric, Kathy Cronkite, Spike Lee, Morely Safer. 59:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36544. Here's To Veterans. Program #91. Veterans Administration syndication. "Spike Jones Spotlight Revue". The first tune is, "Who's Sorry Now?" Paul Judson and Paul Frees sing, "My Old Flame." Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Paul Judson, Paul Frees, Mike Wallace (announcer), George Rock, Purvis Pullen (as Dr. Horatio Q. Birdbath). 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88410. Sky King. ABC net. Sponsored by: Peter Pan Peanut Butter, Derby Tamales. The secret of the "River Of Fire" turns out to be hidden oil tanks. Jim and Barney are to be sacrificed to the sun god. Don't miss the henchman of Dr. Shade stealing Peter Lorre's accent shamelessly. Mike Wallace (announcer). 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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