Ansbro, George

Copyright 2015, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of January 20, 2015. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


42365. The Lux Radio Theatre. March 1, 1937. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. "Cappy Ricks". Sponsored by: Lux. A warm-hearted story about a gruff old sea captain who weathers stormy waters when his daughter and a tough newcomer team up against him. Peter B. Kyne, the author of the story, is interviewed about the characters he created. Charles Winninger, Sally Eilers, Richard Arlen, Byron K. Foulger, Cecil B. DeMille, Frank Coghlan Jr., Janet Scott, Kenneth Hansen, Louis Silvers (music director), Mauren Roden Ryan, Melville Ruick (announcer), Edward F. Rose (stage adaptor), Peter B. Kyne (intermission guest: author), Royer (intermission guest: costume designer for Twentieth century Fox), Maureen Roden Ryan, Frank Nelson (performer, program opening announcer, commercial spokesman), John Lake, Lou Merrill (doubles), Charles Emerson, Ross Forrester, Elizabeth Ellis (performer, commercial spokesman), Mary Low (performer, commercial spokesman), Frank Woodruff (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40122. The Lux Radio Theatre. June 14, 1937. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. "Madame X". Sponsored by: Lux. A good story about a woman accused of murder who refuses to reveal her name, or why she killed a man. Tennis champion Helen Wills Moody is interviewed during the intermission. Lou Merrill, David Kerman (doubles), Forrest Taylor (doubles), I. Stanford Jolley (doubles), Raymond Mear (intermission guest and his un-named mother described how they were a real-life "Madame X"), Wheaton Chambers, Leora Thatcher (doubles), Joseph Du Val (doubles), Edward Marr, John Raphael (adaptor), Alexandre Bisson (author), Conway Tearle, Jimmy Stewart, Ann Harding, Cecil B. DeMille, Helen Wills Moody (intermission guest), Louis Silvers (music director), Melville Ruick (announcer), Frank Nelson (performer, program opening announcer), Victor Rodman, Marjorie Norton, Ross Forrester, Justina Wayne, Gil Patric, Hilda Heywood (commercial spokesman), Frank Coghlan Jr. (commercial spokesman), Frank Woodruff (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects), Galan Galt. 59:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40246. The Lux Radio Theatre. November 15, 1937. CBS net. "Come and Get It". Sponsored by: Lux. Romance through the years, set in the big timber country. A lumberman fights his way to the top, stepping on others along the way. Edward Arnold played the lead despite an injured knee. Walter Brennan, Jules Furthman (screenwriter), Jane Murfin (screenwriter), Edna Ferber (author), Helen Rowland (intermission guest: syndicated coluymnist), Perry Ivins, Galen Galt, Louis LeBey, Earle Ross, James Eagles, Frank Coghlan Jr., Frank Nelson (performer, program opening announcer), Harold Wilson, David Kerman, Lou Merrill, Ross Forrester, Mildred Carroll (singer), Sarah Selby (commercial spokesman), Sista Axselle (commercial spokesman), Lauretta Puck (commercial spokesman), Frank Woodruff (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects), Melville Ruick (announcer), Anne Shirley, Edward Arnold, Lew Ayres, Cecil B. DeMille, Louis Silvers (music director), Mady Christians, Marion Burns, Mary Nash. 59:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78829. The Lux Radio Theatre. January 30, 1939. CBS net. "The Arkansas Travleler". Sponsored by: Lux. A hobo comes to a small town to help a struggling newspaper. bob briefly plays his bazooka. Bob Burns, Fay Bainter, Cecil B. DeMille (host), Jean Parker, Dickie Moore, James Eagles, Frank Nelson, Eddie Waller, Earle Ross, Harry Humphrey, Lou Merrill (triples, performer, commercial spokesman), Walter White (triples), Gail Patrick (triples), Stanley Farrar (triples), Ross Forrester, Pauline Haddon, Frank Coghlan Jr. (commercial spokesman), Hugh Park (intermission guest: editor and publisher of the Van Buren, Arkansas, Press Argus), Melville Ruick (announcer), Jack Cunningham (author), Viola Brothers (screenwriter), George Session Perry (screenwriter). 59:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

30812. The Lux Radio Theatre. January 15, 1940. CBS net. "Sing You Sinners". Sponsored by: Lux. An odd-ball family bets all it has on "Uncle Gus," a second-hand race horse. Will it be a life of steady work, or fun and adventure? The story was produced subsequently on The Lux Radio Theatre on May 7, 1945 (see cat. #23470). Ralph Bellamy, Bing Crosby, Cecil B. DeMille, Arthur Q. Bryan, Charles Peck, Edward Marr (doubles), Elizabeth Patterson, Frank Coghlan Jr., Emery Parnell (doubles), Jack Carr (doubles), Jacqueline Wells, James Eagles (doubles), Lou Merrill, Louis Silvers (music director), Melville Ruick (announcer), Arthur Q. Bryan, Claude Binyan (screenwriter), Gloria Gordon (commercial spokesman), Julie Bannon (commercial spokesman), Celeste Rush (doubles as commercial spokesman), Thomas Freebairn-Smith (commercial spokesman), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 1 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

79350. Doctor Christian. January 24, 1940. CBS net. "Revolt". Sponsored by: Vaseline. Two young people are uninvited guests in River's End. Jean Hersholt, Art Gilmore (announcer), Rosemary De Camp, Frank Coghlan Jr., Betty Jean Hainey. 24:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

40598. The Lux Radio Theatre. February 26, 1940. CBS net. "Swing High, Swing Low". Sponsored by: Lux. A romance set in Panama asout the ride up and the slide down to obscurity once again. An announcement is made that Rudy Vallee will be starting a new series on March 7th ("Vallee Varieties"). The story was produced on The Lux Radio Theatre previously on June 15, 1936 (as "Burlesque," see cat. #39898) and subsequently on April 25, 1949 (as "When My Baby Smiles At Me," see cat. #45310). Rudy Vallee, Virginia Bruce, Cecil B. DeMille, Corrine Miller, Edward Marr, Frank Coghlan Jr. (doubles), Frank Martin (doubles), Harold Daniels (doubles), Josephine MacLean, Lou Merrill (doubles), Louis Silvers (music director), Martha Wentworth, Melville Ruick (announcer), Roscoe Karns, Tristram Coffin (doubles), Una Merkel, Walter White (doubles), Bill Wright, Virginia Van Upp (screenwriter), Oscar Hammerstein (screenwriter), George Manker Watters (author), Arthur Hopkins (author), Ted Bliss (doubles), Enrico Ricardi, Marlene Schools, Lois Collier (commercial spokesman), James Eagles (commercial spokesman), Julie Bannon (commercial spokesman), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 60:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46447. The Lux Radio Theatre. May 24, 1943. CBS net. "Hitler's Children". Sponsored by: Lux, Vimms. A love story set under the thumb of the Gestapo. Kent Smith, Walter Reed, Cecil B. DeMille, Carla Boehm, Charles Seel, Claudia Dell, Cliff Clark, Dix Davis, Fred MacKaye, Griff Barnett (doubles), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Leo Cleary (doubles), Louis Silvers (music director), Norman Field, Paul Hilton (performer, chorus), Regina Wallace, Robert Harris (doubles), Verna Felton, Eugene Forsyth (chorus), Joe Pennario (chorus), Peter Rankin (chorus), Tommy Lane (chorus), Dickie Meyers (chorus), Billy Roy (chorus), Souyler Standish (chorus), Bonita Granville, Otto Kruger, Frank Coghlan Jr. (chorus), Janet Russell (commercial spokesman), Doris Singleton (commercial spokesman), Emmett Lavery (screenwriter), Gregor Ziemer (author), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46446. The Lux Radio Theatre. May 31, 1943. CBS net. "The Major and The Minor". Sponsored by: Lux, Vimms. A comedy about a woman disguised as a twelve-year-old girl to save train fare. She winds up in love with the head of a military school. Ginger Rogers, Ray Milland, Cecil B. DeMille, Arthur Q. Bryan, Billy Roy, Boyd Davis (doubles), Charlotte Treadway (doubles), Frank Thompson Jr., Fred MacKaye, Harry Worth (doubles), Joan Lorring, John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Ken Christy (doubles), Leila Rogers (Ginger's mother), Louis Silvers (music director), Norman Field, Paula Winslowe, Peter Rankin, Frank Coghlan Jr., Doris Singleton (commercial spokesman: as "Libby"), Janet Russell (commercial spokesman), Leone LeDoux (commercial spokesman), Charles Brackett (screenwriter), Billy Wilder (screenwriter), Edward Childs Carpenter (author), Fannie Kilburn (author), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

Report contains 9 programs.