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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/26/2020, 7:34 am

 Deeds Without Words. 1944. Office of National Service, National Maritime Commission syndication. The true story of Victor Haggert, an underage British merchant sailor who was torpedoed twice during one voyage. Victor Haggert makes an emotional speech after the drama. Victor Haggert, Richard Widmark, Dwight Weist.

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The Defense Rests. April 17, 1951. Sustaining. The first show of the series. A program of cases from the files of "woman attorney" Martha Ellis Bryant. Twelve years after the trial, Martha Ellis Bryant takes the case of an old Italian man trying to get his son, Joe Moriano, out of jail, where he's serving a life sentence. See cat. #8741 for the same script used on, "The Big Story." The system cue has been deleted. Mercedes McCambridge, Don Stanley (announcer), Cameron Blake (writer), Warren Lewis (producer, director).

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Post by lasombra on 6/26/2020, 12:40 pm

Here's the other Deeds without Words, Douglas E. Brown:

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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/27/2020, 8:57 am

From Goldindex
The Dental Clinic Of The Air. 1929. Program #18. E.R. Parker System Of Painless Dentistry syndication. Sponsored by: The E.R. Parker System Of Painless Dentistry. Down home type music, including a hand saw solo by "Sam." The program includes an offer for a free $2 filling or two teeth extracted. The program is also known as "The E. R. Parker System."

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Devil's Holiday
 A Donovan Joyce production I assume its Australian.

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Donovan Maxwell Joyce (31 October 1910 – 16 October 1980[1]) was an Australian radio producer and writer, He formed Donovan Joyce Productions in 1945. For his new company he wrote and commissioned dramas and documentaries for radio, many of which he exported, particularly to South Africa, where he also advised on local radio production.

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Post by lasombra on 6/27/2020, 10:11 am

Destination Space 6-20-49:

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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/27/2020, 5:57 pm

I might be busy tomorrow so I'll go early. have a great weekend.

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The Devil's Scrapbook. November 28, 1938. Mutual-Don Lee net. "The Conquest Of David Ring". Sustaining. A confusing tale of murder and the supernatural, introduced by the Devil himself! The format is almost identical to "Lights Out. Noreen Gammill, Charles Penman. 29:32. 

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The Dixie Four. October 9, 1949. Mutual net. Sustaining. The program originates from Indianapolis. The first tune is, "When God's Chariot Comes." The program opening is slightly upcut. The Dixie Four, Frankie Collins (piano), Sidney Collins (announcer), Gene Lowery (host), Hunter Dunn (bass), Shorty Green (baritone), Flip Davis (first tenor). 

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Post by lasombra on 6/28/2020, 11:07 am

The Dick Tucker Show 6-10-50 with guest Phil Harris:

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Post by BobbyP on 6/28/2020, 2:27 pm

Here are a few from the 1939 World's Fair:

May 12, 1939. Opening of the British Pavilion, with Sir Ronald Lindsay, Ambassador to United States and Mayor La Guardia:

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May 20, 1939. The Cuban Pavilion is dedicated at the Court of Peace at the 1939 World's Fair in New York City on the 37th Anniversary of its independence. Ambassador Pedro Martinez Fraga, United States Commissioner General Edward Flynn, World's Fair President Grover Whalen, and Cuban Secretary of Agriculture Jorge Garcia Montes speak.

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June 3, 1939. Dedication of the National Youth Exhibit. Ceremonies for exhibit of NYA from the 48 states. NYA Orchestra. Helen M. Harris (Director of NYA of NYC); Aubrey Williams (Federal Administrator); Mayor F.H. La Guardia.

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September 22, 1939. Secretary of State Cordell Hull speaks from the New York's World's Fair about international relations.

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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/29/2020, 7:59 am

Dixie Symphony Singers

 No info other than what's on the show.
 A minstrel show for your entertainment originating in San Francisco
Maybe not PC but it is OTR.

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Do You Want To Be An Actor?. February 6, 1946. An audition program about auditioning! Six members of "the audience" try out for the part in a play. Lee Giroux (host), Bill Aaron (announcer, he sounds like Bill Cullen), Irving Kaufman (producer, director). 16:02.

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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/29/2020, 11:06 am

I found some stuff on the Dixie Symphony Singers at EarlyBlues.com. Copyright will not let me copy it.

It's an article by Max Haymes called History and Mystery.

It's in the History section than Blues Essays.

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Post by lasombra on 6/29/2020, 12:42 pm

From Goldin:
Cavalcade For Victory. September 8, 1943. Pool feed to 4 networks. A program to start the Third War Loan. The show begins with the song, "This Is Your War." Don Ameche remembers Christmas Eve after Pearl Harbor and introduces a drama about the fall of Corregidor, with Robert Young. Kay Kyser's orchestra, in Washington, D.C., plays "Praise The Lord and Pass The Ammunition." George Burns and Gracie Allen do a routine based on the housing shortage, Edgar Bergen tries to borrow Charlie's bicycle. Ronald Colman is featured in a war drama set in North Africa. Jane Darwell and Mercedes McCambridge appear in a skit about that feared telegram from the war department. Bing Crosby sings, "Get On The Road To Victory." James Cagney introduces Secretary of The Treasury Henry Morgenthau, who speaks from the White House. At the conclusion of the program, President Roosevelt makes an appeal (described elsewhere as a "Fireside Chat") to participate in the War Loan. An excellent wartime broadcast. Akim Tamiroff, Jane Darwell, Mercedes McCambridge, Don Wilson (announcer), Glenn Wheaton (writer), Arch Oboler (writer), Harry Bailey (writer), Don Quinn (writer), Joseph Liss (writer), Carroll Carroll (writer), George Zachery (director), Jimmy Durante, William Johnstone, Carleton Young, Frank Loesser (composer of, "The Road To Victory"), Charles Boyer, Don Ameche, Bing Crosby, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Edgar Bergen, Dinah Shore, James Cagney, Franklin Roosevelt, Henry Morgenthau, Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra, Robert Young, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, Ronald Colman, George Murphy. 67:55.

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Post by pnussbaum on 6/29/2020, 1:03 pm

Thank you, Barbara.
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Post by lasombra on 6/29/2020, 1:05 pm

You're welcome, pnussbaum!

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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/30/2020, 8:08 am

From Goldindex
 Goldin says there are 12 circulating. Here are my 2.


 Doctors Courageous. 1941. Program #1. Grace Gibson syndication. The story of how Joseph Lister brought cleanliness to medicine. . 12:57. 

 Doctors Courageous. 1941. Program #2. Grace Gibson syndication. The story of Elizabeth Anderson, the first woman doctor in Britain. . 12:26.

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Doctors Then and Now. February 22, 1947. NBC net. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with The American Medical Association. The dramatized story of Dr. John Albert Waggoner, who practised medicine before the turn of the (20th) century. The first 15:24 of the program only. W. W. Bauer (spokesman for the American Medical Association). 

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Post by lasombra on 6/30/2020, 9:48 am

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The Chance Of A Lifetime. An audition program. An amateur talent show with performers under sixteen years of age. Roberta May (8 years old) sings "Linda." Ten year old Joey Preston plays the drums. Gloria Winters (15 years old), sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes." Violinist Ronald Schatz plays the "Roumanian Rhapsody." Eight year old Anita Castle sings "I'm A Big Girl Now." Layton Brill, Dave Hilton (of Metronome magazine) and Marjorie Reynolds form the panel that announce the winner. Don Wilson (host), Merle Ross (announcer), Joe Gratz (producer), Frank Danzig (producer), Roberta May, Joey Preston, Gloria Winters, Ronald Schatz, Anita Castle, Layton Brill, Dave Hilton, Marjorie Reynolds.

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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/30/2020, 10:45 am

lasombra 
Thanks for the alphabetical fills.
We're only in the D's

Lots to go
Thanks again

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Post by lasombra on 6/30/2020, 11:33 am

Sorry I didn't start in the C's when you were there. Have to keep going back to see if you posted it. Starting now, I'll keep up with you in the D's and do a C when I have no fill. Onward!

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Post by Wildcat44 on 6/30/2020, 1:16 pm

Sounds like a plan Very Happy

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Post by Wildcat44 on 7/1/2020, 7:50 am

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Don't Cheat Uncle Sam. March 12, 1939. Program #3. A.T. and T. syndication, KTVS, Shreveport aircheck. "Needlework". 5:30 P.M. The political career of a newspaper owner is in jeopardy. Word has gotten around that his wife has been buying narcotics from, "Magda." The acting and production is marginal at best. The writing is atrocious! A.T.&T. is never mentioned during the program (a wise move on their part). One wonders why the telephone company (or "Uncle Sam" for that matter) would want to be associated with this broadcast. Marjorie Lyons, Edward Murphy, Fred Scott (announcer), Ellen Lee Brashier (writer), Jane Butticher, Joanna Lee, Grace Smith, Edwin McClure, Richard B. Roach, George Grustadt. 

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Don't You Believe It. October 5, 1946. CBS net. Sponsored by: Vano Liquid Starch, Vano Liquid Cleanser. The pygmies are not the smallest people on Earth (there are people in Tibet only two feet tall!). Labor unions did not invent picketing (the Earl of Essex invented it three hundred years ago). Cleopatra was not a beautiful woman (she was very ugly). Marshal Zhukov was not the leading General of the Russian armies (it was Boris Shipatnikov). Gordon T. Hughes (director), Sid Singer (writer), Tobe Reed (host), Del Castillo (organ), Joe Walker (announcer), Crain Chamberlain (creator). 

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Post by lasombra on 7/1/2020, 10:11 am

Don Gray Marine Investigator 7-26-54:

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Post by Wildcat44 on 7/2/2020, 7:55 am

Quick look no info
Doodle for Dollars 

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Downs Digest

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Doyle Brink and His Texas Swingers

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Post by Egg_Crisis on 7/2/2020, 10:51 am

Wildcat44 wrote:Dorothy Thompson

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When I saw the date of that one I was intrigued and downloaded it, but it's incomplete, it just cuts off at 5:41, is yours like that or is it a broken upload?

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Post by lasombra on 7/2/2020, 11:30 am

Darrow of the Diamond X 9-29-50:

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Post by Wildcat44 on 7/2/2020, 11:42 am

Egg Crisis 
Sorry that's all I've got as well Also I think the date should be 9-3-1939. I have that in the new download. More complete.

I deleted the original download.

Dorothy Thompson
I found 2 more tucked in somewhere else.

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Post by pnussbaum on 7/2/2020, 1:27 pm

Thanks, wildcat. I'm excited about the Dorothy Thompson commentaries!
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Post by Egg_Crisis on 7/2/2020, 10:03 pm

Thanks.  I found one more.

Code:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/wq90knyt2bns4xh/1944.04.15_WSIU_-_Dorothy_Thompson_-_Our_Childrens_Welfare.mp3/file

And I hadn't even noticed things were being posted in alphabetical order until it was mentioned!

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