Gerson, Betty Lou

Copyright 2015, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 22, 2015. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


40600. The Lux Radio Theatre. April 1, 1940. CBS net. "Love Affair". Sponsored by: Lux. A witty and civilized romance, danced around the Empire State building and a traffic accident. The story was done again on the Lux Radio Theatre on July 6, 1942 (see cat. #42811). Donald Ogden Stewart (screenwriter), Mildred Cram (author), Betty Brian (as part of the Brian Sisters), The Brian Sisters, Doris Brian (as part of The Bryan Sisters), Rolfe Sedan (doubles), Sarah Selby (doubles), Tony Martelli (doubles), Warren Ashe (doubles), Delmer Daves (screenwriter), Phillips Tead (doubles), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects), Gwen Brian (as part of The Bryan Sisters), Sanford Barnett (director), Linda Douglas, Lou Merrill (doubles), Louis Silvers (music director), Melville Ruick (announcer), Joe Pennario, Irene Dunne, William Powell, Gale Gordon, Cecil B. DeMille, Barbara Jean Wong, Bea Benaderet, Bobby Larson, Edward Marr, Frank McGlynn, Griff Barnett (doubles), James Eagles (doubles, commercial spokesman), Kathleen Fitz (commercial spokesman), Lois Collier (commercial spokesman), Margaret McKay (commercial spokesman), Ynez Seabury (commercial spokesman), Carol Brenner (commercial spokesman), Nancy Leach (commercial spokesman), Celeste Rush (commercial spokesman: as a baby), Leo McCarey (author). 59:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80691. The Lux Radio Theatre. April 15, 1940. CBS net. "The Under-Pup". Sponsored by: Lux. Nan Grey, Robert Cummings, C. Aubrey Smith, Beulah Bondi, Melville Ruick (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), Barbara Jean Wong, Shirley Mills, Cecil B. DeMille (host), Gloria Jean, Ann Gillis, Duane Thompson, Edward Marr, Lou Merrill, Emery Parnell (doubles), Wally Maher, Sherry Ardell, Priscilla Lyon, Ann Howard, Sharon Sedan, Naomi Stevens, Grover Jones (screenwriter), I. A. R. Wylie (author), Alice Tyrell (singer), Annese Reese (singer), Betty Lou Walters (singer), The Brian Sisters (a close friend of the sisters insists that they did not appear on this program), Betty Brian (singer), Gwen Brian (singer), Doris Brian (singer), Nancy Kellogg (singer), Betty Rome (singer), June Clifford (singer), Enrico Ricardi (singer), Ann Lee (commercial spokeswoman ), Rosemary De Camp (commercial spokeswoman), Marie Osbourne (commercial spokeswoman), Kathleen Fitz (commercial spokeswoman), Julie Bannon (commercial spokeswoman), Lois Collier (commercial spokeswoman), Margaret McKay (commercial spokeswoman), Ynez Seabury (commercial spokeswoman), Carol Brenner (commercial spokeswoman), George Wells (director, adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

42811. The Lux Radio Theatre. July 6, 1942. CBS net. "Love Affair". Sponsored by: Lux. A warm romance about two people who fall in love and plan to meet again in six months, but circumstances prevent the meeting from taking place. The story was used previously on The Lux Radio Theatre on April 1, 1940 (see cat. #40600). Torey Carleton, Tristram Coffin, Doris Brian (as "The Brian Sisters"), Gwen Brian (as "The Brian Sisters"), Betty Brian (as "The Brian Sisters"), Tony Martelli (doubles), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects), Delmer Daves (screenwriter), Donald Ogden Stewart (screenwriter), Mildred Cram (author), Leo McCarey (author), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Janet Waldo (commercial spokesman), Arthur Gillmore (commercial spokesman), Doris Sederholm (commercial spokesman: doubles), Sandra Coles (commercial spokesman), Ann Doran, Barbara Jean Wong, Bea Benaderet (doubles), Bruce Payne (doubles), Charles Peck (doubles), Dix Davis, Edwin Max (doubles), Eric Snowden (doubles), Ferdinand Munier, Griff Barnett (doubles), Joe Pennario, Leo Cleary (doubles), Irene Dunne, Louis Silvers (music director), Melville Ruick (announcer), Norman Field (doubles), The Brian Sisters, Charles Boyer, Cecil B. DeMille. 59:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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