The Anderson Family

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


102415. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #36. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. A neighbor has announced she's having a wedding shower and Mary feels the need to buy an expensive gift. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ginny Johnson, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 28:10. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

102414. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #35. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Mary's father has decided to buy a new home nearby. Oliver isn't exactly thrilled with the idea. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ginny Johnson, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 28:25. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

102413. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #34. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. The program numbers for the entire series is subject to correction. Oliver has not been cast into the new play that's being produced. His reaction is most dramatic. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ginny Johnson, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 27:46. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

102412. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #33. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. A punch-board turkey raffle is the cause of contention between Mr. Briggs and Mr. Anderson. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ginny Johnson, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 27:50. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

96715. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #11. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Mrs. Adams is having trouble with her husband, Joe. The Andersons try to help the relationship; a very bad idea. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (director), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (annpuncer), Jacqueline DeWitt, Doug Young, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ginny Johnson, Paul Theodore. 26:10. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

96714. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #25. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Oliver buys 25 hens so the Andersons will always have eggs. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (director), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline DeWitt, Doug Young, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects). 26:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

81688. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #8. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Oliver wants a pair of cowboy boots for the coming trip to the mountains. What about Junior? Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Ginny Johnson, George Pirrone, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Doug Young (announcer). 27:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81687. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #7. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. The neighbor's have bought a new car and Mr. Oliver wants one too. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 28:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81685. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #4. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Mr. Oliver is going to be on the radio, and Junior very much wants to go the broadcast. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Paul Theodore, Ginny Johnson, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 27:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81684. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #3. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Mr. Anderson has borrowed a lawn mower from the neighbors, and they want it back! Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ginny Johnson, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 27:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

81683. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #2. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. A visit from Mary's father is expected, Oliver Anderson is none-too-thrilled at the prospect. Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Paul Theodore, Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Doug Young, Jacqueline DeWitt, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 28:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81682. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #1. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Junior has entered an essay contest on the subject, "Why I want a horse." Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Jacqueline DeWitt, Paul Theodore, George Pirrone, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Ken Peters (announcer). 27:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

81681. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #24. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Mr. Tuttle wants Mr. Olvier to buy a one-third interest in his book, "My Life In The Sudan." Mrs. Oliver has already invested $100 in the project. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Doug Young, Ray Erlenborn (performer, sound effects), Gordon Kibbee (music), Ken Peters (announcer). 26:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81680. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #23. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Oliver is planning on taking voice lessons from Mr. Tuttle, the next door neighbor. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, George Pirrone, Ginny Johnson, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Doug Young, Ken Peters (announcer). 27:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81679. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #22. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The date is approximate. Junior has $150 and Mr. Oliver is worried about him losing it. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Ginny Johnson, Doug Young, Paul Theodore, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 28:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81678. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #21. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The date is approximate. Oliver wants to get rid of Uncle Oscar, but exactly who is Uncle Oscar? The final music fill after the credits has been deleted. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Paul Theodore, Doug Young, Ray Erlenborn (performer, sound effects), Gordon Kibbee (music), Ken Peters (announcer). 28:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

81677. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #20. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The date is approximate. Sister Betty has a chaise lounge and new bedroom furniture. What changes will the Andersons make? Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Jacqueline DeWitt, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81676. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #19. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The date is approximate. The program opening is slightly upcut. Where is Mr. Oliver's saw? Did Junior use it and lose it? Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 29:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

81675. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #17. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The date is approximate. A visit from Christina, Mary's school friend. Her new husband is visiting as well, and Mary wants to make a good impression. Walter Tetley, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Ginny Johnson, Doug Young, George Pirrone, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Gordon Kibbee (music), Ken Peters (announcer). 30:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

77917. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #16. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The smell of roses, get those bushes planted! The date is approximate. Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Walter Tetley, Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Paul Theodore, Doug Young, Ginny Johnson, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects). 28:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

77916. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #15. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver Anderson gets into an argument with Mr. Chapman over kicking a football. The date is approximate. Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Walter Tetley, Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects, performer), Doug Young, Ginny Johnson. 27:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

77915. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #18. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver's going fishing with his boss, and the rest of the family is not invited! The date is approximate. Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Walter Tetley, Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Paul Theodore, Doug Young, Jacqueline De Witt, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects). 27:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

77914. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #13. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The new boarder at the Meisters' is quite an elegant fellow! The date is approximate. Walter Tetley, Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Doug Young, Ginny Johnson, George Pirrone, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Dick Lane, Louise Arthur. 27:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

77913. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #12. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Mr. Anderson arrives late for a meeting because Mrs. Anderson has to have her hair done. The date is approximate. Walter Tetley, Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline De Witt, Ginny Johnson, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, George Pirrone, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects). 27:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

77912. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #26. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Is there another woman in the life of the Andersons? The play's the thing! The date is approximate. Walter Tetley, Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline De Witt, Ginny Johnson, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, George Pirrone, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects). 27:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

77910. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #6. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver Anderson prepares to deliver a speech to The Gargoyle Boy's Club. The date is approximate. Walter Tetley, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Gordon Kibbee (organ), Ken Peters (announcer), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects, performer), Herbert Rawlinson, Jacqueline De Witt, George Pirrone, Ginny Johnson, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur. 28:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

63813. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #9. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Mr. Anderson tries to prevent juvenile delinquency by promoting a baseball team for the local kids. An unbelievably poorly written, silly sit-com. The date is approximate. Walter Tetley, Herbert Rawlinson, Paul Theodore, Jacqueline De Witt, Dick Young, Gordon Kibbee (music), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Howard Swart (writer), Dick Lane, Herb Lytton (director), Louise Arthur. 27:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

63431. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #5. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Oliver Anderson is building a boat, planning to sail to the South Seas. Walter Tetley is not heard in this episode. Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Jacqueline DeWitt, George Pirrone, Paul Theodore, Doug Young, Ginny Johnson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ken Peters (announcer). 26:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

106176. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #27. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. It's Mary's birthday and Oliver has gotten her a fur coat. It's a genuine Bronx Wolf! Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Jacqueline DeWitt, George Pirrone, Ginny Johnson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106177. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #29. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. How to get rid of Homer's brother-in-law. He eats like a horse! Oliver gets him a job...his job! Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Herbert Rawlinson, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Louise Arthur, Doug Young, Jacqueline DeWitt, Paul Theodore, Ginny Johnson, Ken Peters (announcer), George Pirrone. 27:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106178. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #30. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Martha has left Homer. She left a note that Oliver thinks is a suicide note. "I'm going to do what I've threatened to do for years." Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Gordon Kibbee (organist), Herbert Rawlinson, Louise Arthur, Jacqueline DeWitt, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Ginny Johnson. 28:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106179. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #31. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Butch Chapman and Junior have sent away for pictures from a Lonely Hearts Club. Sure enough, here comes #77322 from page 3! Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ken Peters (announcer), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Gordon Kibbee (organist), Louise Arthur, Herbert Rawlinson, Doug Young, George Pirrone, Ginny Johnson. 28:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106180. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #32. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Homer wants Oliver to go with him into a deal to grade 3 building lots. Oliver is supposed to invest $300 and clear $200. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ken Peters (announcer), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Gordon Kibbee (organist), Louise Arthur, Herbert Rawlinson, Jacqueline DeWitt, George Pirrone, Ginny Johnson. 28:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106181. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #37. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. The date is approximate. Uncle Harvey is coming for a visit. He's the one with money. Oliver decides he needs a new suit. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ken Peters (announcer), Herbert Rawlinson, Jacqueline DeWitt, Frank Nelson (?). 28:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106260. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #38. Hollywood Broadcasters syndication. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Anderson wants Mr. Anderson to take her spinster cousin Myrtle to the symphony. That's not music to Oliver's ears. The date is approximate. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Jacqueline DeWitt, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Ginny Johnson, Doug Young, George Pirrone, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer). 26:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110506. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #43. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. The floor in the bedroom is slanted and needs work. Mr. Anderson tries to get the job done on the cheap. Homer Meister says he can do the job; and he can...sort of. August 26, 1951 is written on the transcription label in oencil. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Doug Young, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline De Witt. . Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110507. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #44. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. A neighbor asks Junior to fill his bicycle tire with air, which promptly explodes. The complications are considerable. September 2, 1951 is written on the transcription label in pencil. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Doug Young, Jacqueline De Witt, George Pirrone. . Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110508. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #49. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. There are rumors circulating that Oliver Anderson and his neighbor Homer have come into money...lots of money! October 7, 1951 is rubber-stamped on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Ginny Johnson, Paul Theodore, George Pirrone, Doug Young. 27:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110509. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #50. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver writes a love note for Rockwell. Junior writes a "hate note" to Betty. Mrs. Oliver writes a note to Myrtle about a recipe. October 14, 1951 is rubber-stamped on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer, performer), Doug Young, Ginny Johnson. 27:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110510. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #41. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Junior has been collecting bottles for their deposits. Implausibly, this leads to Oliver's boss conclude that he's a drunk! Everyone ends up at the police station. October 12, 1951 is rubber-stamped on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline De Witt, Paul Theodore, Doug Young, George Pirrone. 27:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110511. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #42. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Mr. Anderson has to sell a bunch of "flat-top" stoves and decides to do it on the radio. Despite the usual silly plot, the story is all about small-time radio and a balky transmitter. October 19, 1951 is rubber-stamped on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline De Witt, Paul Theodore, Ginny Johnson, Doug Young. 27:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110512. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #47. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver Anderson gets a letter from an old girlfriend about their meeting last night, when Oliver was supposed to be bowling. Strangely enough, Homer gets a letter the same day, offering him a job in Brazil! September 27, 1951 is rubber-stamped on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline De Witt, Doug Young, George Pirrone. 27:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110513. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #48. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver Anderson has written a column for the newspaper's anniversary edition. It has none of the news that's fit to print! September 30, 1951 is rubber-stamped on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ken Peters (announcer), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects, performer), Jacqueline De Witt, Doug Young, George Pirrone, Ginny Johnson. 27:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110514. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #39. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver has a difference of opinion with Schultz, the butcher. It seems a $5 bill was really a $1 bill...or vice versa. July 29, 1951 is rubber-stamped on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ken Peters (announcer), Ginny Johnson, Paul Theodore, George Pirrone, Ray Erlenborn (sound effects). 27:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110515. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #40. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver Anderson vs. "The Masked Terror" in a wrestling match. August 5, 1951 is written in ink on the transcripton label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ken Peters (announcer), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Jacqueline De Witt, George Pirrone, Doug Young. 27:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110516. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #45. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver plans to marry off cousin Myrtle in the window of the window of the stove (the groom gets a free stove)! September 9, 1951 is written in ink on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ken Peters (announcer, performer), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects), Paul Theodore, Ginny Johnson, Doug Young. 27:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110517. The Anderson Family. 1947. Program #46. Hollywood Broadcasters, Cardinal syndication. Commercials added locally. Oliver is told to bid on scrap streetcar rails for the stove factory. September 16, 1951 is written in ink on the transcription label. Walter Tetley, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Howard Swart (writer), Herb Lytton (director), Herbert Rawlinson, Gordon Kibbee (organist), Ken Peters (announcer), Jacqueline De Witt, George Pirrone, Doug Young, Paul Theodore, Ginny Johnson, Ray Erlenborn (sound effetcs). 27:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

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