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Post by Wildcat44 1/7/2021, 9:59 am

From Goldindex

Second Generation. November 11, 1954. An NBC audition program. A show featuring the sons and daughters of famous people. The clue to the father of the first guest is a doll house with a candle on top of it. The guest is seventeen-year-old Jack Linkletter. A poorly executed game show. Jack McCoy has trouble describing the game, the panelists don't seem all that interested. Just awful!. Jack McCoy (host), Barbara Hale (panelist), Dick Hyland (panelist, sportswriter with the Los Angeles Times), Hans Conried (panelist), Jack Linkletter, Suzanne Pool (daughter of the coach of the Los Angeles Rams, Hampton Poole), James Lockman (son of architect Charles Lockman), Peggy Lloyd (daughter of Harold Lloyd). 

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Second Mrs. Burton

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Secret City. December 08, 1941. Blue Network. Sustaining. Blue Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 64. 5:15 to 5:30 P. M. The three boys have found $10,000, stolen long ago from the Major City Bank. Should girls be admitted to Secret City? Can Mr. Mallory's name be cleared? Bulletin at 5:25: Germany "pushed" Japan into the war in hope of ending the "Lend-Lease" program (1:43). Chicago origination. 

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The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty. October 07, 1948. NBC net. Sustaining. The day-dreaming real estate salesman loses his office and the big sale of a golf course, all in one morning. This is a network version of cat. #17002. Eddie Albert, Margo, Frank Lovejoy, James Thurber (creator), Alan Reed, Hy Averback (announcer), St. Clair McElway (writer, producer), Louis Meltzer (writer, producer), Dean Elliott (composer, conductor), Jack Johnstone (director

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Jan 7 1945

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Post by lasombra 1/7/2021, 3:45 pm

School Days of the Air 4-26-37:

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Post by lasombra 1/7/2021, 4:03 pm

Hey, Wildcat44, is it your birthday today? Happy birthday!

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Post by nightkey 1/8/2021, 12:10 am

Here is an "N" that I believe was not posted

Natural Bridge Shoe Program 31-xx-xx

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Post by Wildcat44 1/8/2021, 10:24 am

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Security Agent, U.S.A.. September 01, 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)

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Seems Radio Is Here To Stay. November 05, 1945. CBS net. Sustaining. An "animated essay," on the twenty-fifth anniversary of radio broadcasting in America. A show demonstrating how indispensable radio has become to the world. Announced as "Norman Corwin's first documentary for radio," the program was originally broadcast on "Words Without Music" on April 14, 1939. This broadcast is said to use the original 1939 cast. Adelaide Klein, Bernard Herrmann (composer, conductor), Edmond Lewin, Elaine Kent, Gladys Thornton, Hester Sondergaard, Horace Braham, House Jameson, Jane Lauren, John Griggs, Kermit Murdock, Lou Ashworth (assistant producer, director), Nick Copeland, Norman Corwin (writer, producer, director), Paul Mann, Robert Dryden, Ronald Dawson (adaptor), Shirley Grayson, Sidney Berry. 

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Senior Prom - US Marine Dance Band

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Sentimental Bachelor

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Jan 8 1961 CBS The Eisenhower Years

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Post by lasombra 1/8/2021, 12:08 pm

The Sea Wolf episode 1:

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Post by Wildcat44 1/9/2021, 10:26 am

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Serenade For Strings. April 25, 1945. Program #24. AFRS origination. Audio Condition: . .
Serenade For Strings. Program #40. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Apple Blossom.". Erno Neufelt ( violin); The AFRS Stringwood Orchesttra (there is no explanation of what a "stringwood Orchestra" might be);

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Serenade To America. August 10, 1945. NBC net. Sustaining. 6:15 P.M. (E.W.T.). NBC "False V-J Day" coverage. Program #29. See ct. #53008. A Japanese surrender bulletin is heard mid-program. Semi-classical and easy listening music with no internal announcements, sounds like a net give-away to affiliates. The program may have started as early as 6:00 P.M., but this may be a network feed, not a WEAF, New York aircheck. H. Leopold Spitalny and His Orchestra, Milton Kaye, Nan Merriman (mezzo), Thomas Hayward. 

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Service Digest - AFRS

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Phillips Haynes Lord (July 13, 1902 – October 19, 1975) was an American radio program writer ... Creating the character "Seth Parker", a clergyman and backwoods philosopher based on his real-life grandfather Hosea Phillips, Lord wrote stories for radio of rural New England humor that included the playing of old-time songs


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Cruise Of The Seth Parker. 1934-35.
Radio listeners follow the adventuring Phillips Lord around the world by shortwave -- an adventure that takes on a harrowing real-life flavor when Lord's schooner is wrecked by a tropical storm. The program's reputation is wrecked as well, when it's revealed that Lord wasn't exactly living up to Seth Parker's Yankee-parson image during his adventure: accompanied by wine, women, and the sort of songs that weren't found in the hymnals back in Jonesport

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Jan 9 1944 - CBS World News Today

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Post by lasombra 1/9/2021, 12:10 pm

Serenade For Strings xxxxxx AF0014 Romance Andalusia:

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Post by Wildcat44 1/10/2021, 9:45 am

Sherman Hayes

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Shilling for Luck - AFRS

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The Show Goes On. June 06, 1950. Program #26. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. A radio-TV variety show simulcast. Art Hannes (announcer), Jimmy Spitalny (nephew of Phil Spitalny), LaShell and Hickey, Ralph LaShell, Larry Hickey, Ray Bloch and His Orchestra, Robert Q. Lewis (host), Ruth Lindsey. 

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Post by lasombra 1/10/2021, 11:50 am

Here's my copy of Share the Wealth 11-22-52. It's a quiz show. Your copy stars Jimmy Durante.

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Post by lasombra 1/10/2021, 1:16 pm

From Goldin: The Sealed Power Side Show. 1933. Blue Network. Sealed Power Piston Rings. 8:00 P.M. A carnival-themed variety show. The first tune is, "Sittin' In The Dark." The program possibly originates from Chicago, the date is approximate. The orchestra plays, "A Jungletown Revue.". The King's Jesters, The Morin Sisters, Cliff Soubier (m.c., it also sounds as if he uses a Negro dialect as, "Alimony Jackson"), Harold Stokes and His Orchestra, Marvin Saxby (banjo).

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Post by Wildcat44 1/10/2021, 1:19 pm

Thank you once again lasombra.

Didn't check that one.

Good to get the correct one.

Thanks

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Post by Wildcat44 1/11/2021, 10:32 am

Goldindex

Sigmund Spaeth's Music Quiz. March 28, 1947. Mutual net. Sustaining. The last show of the series. The Tune Detective traces some singing commercials on the radio and answers many other questions. Sigmund Spaeth

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The Signal Carnival. February 09, 1941. NBC Pacific net. Signal Oil. A Valentine's Day show. The first tune is, "So Sweet." Kay's first tune is, "There'll Be Some Changes Made." Vera Vague visits an army camp to see her boyfriend, Waldo. Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra, Johnny Fraser (announcer), Kay St. Germaine, Barbara Jo Allen, Jack Carson, Dave Willock, The Signalaires.

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Silver Platter - AFRS

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Silver Sails - WLS

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Post by lasombra 1/11/2021, 12:12 pm

Second Spring xx/xx/xx Jerry Craig comes by Martin's office:

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Post by Wildcat44 1/12/2021, 12:45 am

The Silver Summer Revue. June 17, 1948. CBS net, KNX AM/FM, Los Angeles aircheck. "Watchdog". International Silver. A musical comedy, referred to as, "Musicomedies." The program has also been dated September 17, 1948. Dan Seymour (announcer), Raymond Paige and His Orchestra, Johnny Desmond, Robert Carson (writer), Julie Conway, Kenny Bowers, Helen Carroll, The Escorts, Jerry Hausner, Bill Adams, Ray Charles (assistant to Mr. Paige), Harris Hubbell (assistant to Mr. Paige). 

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Skinner's Romancers. 1932. Program #2. Columbia black label Sound-On-Disc transcription. William Skinner and Sons fabrics. The tunes are, "My Bluebird's Back In Town" (Lloyd Keating and His Music, recorded October 22, 1931), "Me!" (Ben Selvin and His Orchestra, recorded July 21, 1931), "My Sweet Tooth" (Lloyd Keating and His Music, recorded July 14, 1931) and "As Time Goes By" (Lloyd Keating and His Music, recorded August 18, 1931). A program of up-tempo popular band music, taken from phonograph records. The program is possibly dated 1932 by the inclusion of, "As Time Goes By," written in 1931. A good listen! From the transcription label: "Program prepared by Lucia Hackley, New York City.". Lucia Hackley (producer), Skinner's Romancers.

Skinner's Romancers. 1932. Program #3. Columbia black label Sound-On-Disc transcription. William Skinner and Sons fabrics. A well-done, easy-to-listen-to pop music show, using commercially released phono records. "Program prepared by Lucia Hackley, New York City." The date is approximate and derived from the music being played was recorded in 1931. The first record is, "You've Got To Bend Down Sister (If You Want To Get Thin"). Lucia Hackley (producer), Skinner's Romancers.

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Skinnay Ennis and His Orchestra. September 23, 1947. ABC net. Sustaining. Band remote from The Astor Roof, Astor Hotel, New York City. The first tune is "For Once In Your Life.". Carmene (vocals), Jean Kirby (announcer), Skinnay Ennis and His Orchestra.

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The Slapsie Maxie Show. September 08, 1948. NBC net. Sustaining. Whoever told Maxie he could do comedy must have been K. O.'d in the first. Maxie is going to judge the "Mrs. America Contest." He hears from his "fighting spirit" whenever he's unconscious. The system cue has been deleted. Maxie Rosenbloom, Connie Haines, Art Carney, Flo McMichaels, Patricia Bright, Phil Leeds, Norman Clotier and His Orchestra, Hazel Shermet.

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Jan 12 1950 

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Post by lasombra 1/12/2021, 1:52 pm

The Sheriff 3-30-51 Danny French is found dead:

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Post by BobbyP 1/12/2021, 2:43 pm

Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the Battle of Gettysburg
July 1, 1938

"The Story of Gettysburg" dramatized.

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Post by nightkey 1/12/2021, 9:07 pm

Light's Golden Jubilee. October 21, 1929. Blue net, WJZ, New York aircheck. Sustaining. The program originates from The Edison Institute Of Technology, Dearborn, Michigan, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the electric light. Edison connects one of his original light bulbs, then shakes hands with Henry Ford and Herbert Hoover. From Philadelphia, a replica of the Liberty Bell is heard. "The Old Fashioned Ford Orchestra" plays "favorites of fifty years ago" (mostly deleted from this recording). Mr. Edison speaks for about two minutes. Herbert Hoover makes a speech in praise of Mr. Edison. Graham McNamee erroneously describes this as, "the first international broadcast." Albert Einstein speaks from Berlin (in German) The circuit from Germany is filled with static. The five note NBC chimes are heard.

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Post by Wildcat44 1/13/2021, 9:56 am

Jan 13 1942

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Smile-A-While. August 03, 1951. WGN, Chicago. 4:00 A. M. (CST). The first tune is, "On Top Of Old Smokey." No time checks are available during the program, as the clock in the studio has stopped!. The Sage Riders, Dolph Hewitt, Don Wayne, Bill Duane (announcer), Jimmy Hutchinson (banjo), Wally Moore, Mack MacFarland, Don White. 

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Smile Time  - Steve Allen No date 1946-47 ??

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Smile Time  - a different one

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Smilin' Jack. December 18, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. Described as the first episode of the series, an on-the-air audition. Jack battles "The Voice," the head of a spy group. Possibly February 13, 1939. 

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Post by lasombra 1/13/2021, 12:37 pm

The Shannons episode 1 On a train to Hollywood:

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Post by Wildcat44 1/14/2021, 8:25 am

Jan 14 1945

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Smoke Dreams

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 Soft Lights and A Serenade. December 18, 1944. An audition program for Granat Jewelry. The program is announced as the Blue network, but is obviously a local San Francisco program. The first tune is, "East Of The Sun, West Of The Moon.". Charles Arlington (announcer), Bill Stoker (vocal).

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Soldiers In Greasepaint. November 25, 1943. NBC net. Sustaining. A Thanksgiving salute to the U.S.O. Al Jolson sings, "People Will Say We're in Love" (from New York, with a strained voice). General Joseph Byron speaks from San Francisco. Rear Admiral Louis E. Dunfell speaks from Washington, D.C. about the U.S.O. Al Jolson, Andy Devine, Anna Lee, Bob Hope, Bob Zeal (producer), Carole Landis, Fay McKenzie, Frances Langford, Fredric March (broadcasting from Cairo), Jack Benny, Jackie Heller (broadcasting from Guadalcanal), Jascha Heifetz (broadcasting from Panama), Jerry Colonna, Jim Burke, Jinx Falkenburg, John Garfield, Judith Anderson, Kay Francis, Martha Raye, Merle Oberon, Mitzi Mayfair, Phil Rapp (supervisor), Thomas Peluso and His Orchestra, Joseph Byron, Louis E. Dunfell.

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Soldiers With Wings. July 07, 1943. Mutual net. Sustaining. An Army Air Force show. Bing Crosby, Alan Ladd

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Post by lasombra 1/14/2021, 12:17 pm

From Goldin: Sing Before Breakfast. July 06, 1942. An NBC audition recording. The first tune is, "Skylark.". Buddy Clark, Skitch Henderson, Kitty Kallen, Larry Keating (announcer).

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Post by Wildcat44 1/15/2021, 9:10 am

Jan 15 1951 - Warren Austin 

Warren Robinson Austin (November 12, 1877 – December 25, 1962) was an American politician and diplomat who served as United States Senator from Vermont and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.

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The Song Pluggers - CBC

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The Song Search

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Post by lasombra 1/15/2021, 11:27 am

Smart Six 8-21-48 Audition of live popular music:

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Post by Wildcat44 1/15/2021, 2:51 pm

Here's a Danny Kaye that I didn't have

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I got it here.

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