Jerome and His Orchestra, Henry

Copyright 2014, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 21, 2014. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


40591. The Lux Radio Theatre. January 1, 1940. CBS net. "Sorrel and Son". Sponsored by: Lux. A father suffers indignities as a hotel porter to give his son an education, so that he may succeed in life. Arthur Peterson, Donald Gallagher, George Cisar, Clifford Servier (?), Harry Holcomb (director), John Weigle (announcer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (music arranger). 59:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

30777. The First Nighter Program. June 25, 1944. Program #635. Mutual net. "Small Town Editor". Sponsored by: Campana cosmetics. The son of a small town editor plans to leave for his big-time opportunity in Chicago. The first twenty six minutes of the program only. Anthony Wayne (writer), Barbara Luddy, Harry Elders, Hugh Studebaker. 26 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

53251. Author's Playhouse. March 12, 1945. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Woman At Seven Brothers". Sustaining. The eternal triangle on a lonely lighthouse. Albert Crews (director), Clock Ryder (?), Elwyn Owen (organist), Fern Persons, Frank Behrens (?), Harry Elders, Leslie Edwards (adaptor), Ralph Camargo (narrator), Wilbur Daniel Steele (author). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

14667. The Birth Of The Atom Bomb. July 1946. ABC net. Sustaining. A well-done drama/documentary about how close the Nazis were to discovering the atomic bomb first, and how we avoided losing the war by a thread. The atomic bomb was first discovered in Fascist Italy in 1935! The date is approximate. Ed Prentiss, Leo Szilard (a famous atomic scientist, transcribed on wire), Robert Savage (writer), Fred Killian (producer, director), Rex Maupin (composer, conductor), Maurice Copeland, Arthur Hearn, Harry Elders, Don Doolittle, Lee Walters (announcer). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51468. Vic and Sade. August 8, 1946. Mutual-Don Lee net. Sponsored by: Fitch's Shampoo. A pair of young honeymooners are visiting the Gooks for lunch. Uncle Fletcher suspects they are really "Wicked Willis Walters" and his "gun mule." Bernardine Flynn, Art Van Harvey, Billy Idelson, Jack Fuller (announcer), Clarence Hartzell, Roy Winsor (director), Paul Rhymer (writer), Harry Elders, Beverly Youngers. 29:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5820. Curtain Time. September 28, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Love Is A Gamble". Sponsored by: Milky Way. 6:30 P.M. A light comedy about love and thieves in the music business. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Teddy Hannah (?), George Caesar, Bert Farber and His Orchestra, Harry Holcomb (director). 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12845. NBC Parade Of Stars. October 14, 1946. NBC net, WEAF, New York aircheck. Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. A program in celebration of NBC's twentieth anniversary. Jack Benny, scheduled to appear, does not, due to the death of his father. Alan Young, Alice Faye, Art Linkletter, Bernard Lenrow (narrator), Bill Stern, Bob Burns, Bob Hope, Carmen Cavallaro, Dale Evans, Dennis Day, Ed Gardner, Evelyn MacGregor, Frank Black (conductor), H. V. Kaltenborn, Harry Elders, Jay Jostyn, Judy Canova, Len Doyle, Lowell Thomas, Nannette Sargent, Pat Buttram, Paul Lavalle (conductor), Perry Como, Phil Harris, Ralph Edwards (host), Red Skelton (host), Roy Rogers, Rudy Vallee, The Cities Service Band, The Sons Of The Pioneers, Thomas L. Thomas, Verna Felton, Vicki Vola, Victor Arden and His Orchestra, William Bendix, Donald Dame, Rod O'Connor, GeGe Pearson, Verna Felton, John Brown, Michael Raffetto, Harry Hershfield, Joe Laurie Jr., Senator Ford, Helen Carroll. 2 3/4 hours. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78289. Curtain Time. November 9, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Time Out For Tea". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent. 28:36. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78296. Curtain Time. December 28, 1946. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Pat and Mike". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Cliff Soubier, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78297. Curtain Time. January 18, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "One Night In The Rain". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 28:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44986. The World's Great Novels. March 7, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Gulliver's Travels". Sustaining. Jonathan Swift (author), Dave Garroway (announcer), Frank Wells (adaptor), Harry Elders, Johnny Coons, Ted Bliss, Cliff Norton, Leo Curley, Curt Cooper, Sidney Ellstrom, Wiley Hancock, George Kluge, Burr Lee, Ray Suber (?). 29:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

91160. Curtain Time. March 15, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago aircheck. "A Bridge For Martha". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). 9:30 P.M. (CST). Martha's mother is trying to marry her off to a stuffed shirt. Meanwhile, two civil engineers are planning to build a bridge on mother's property. Patrick Allen (host), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Howard Hoffman, Harry Holcomb (director), Hope Summers, Sidney Ellstrom, George Caesar, Perry Wolfe (writer), John Weigle (announcer), Nannette Sargent, Harry Elders. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

99666. Curtain Time. March 22, 1947. NBC net. "Wanted, A Name". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Maurice Copeland, Rita Ascot, Sidney Ellstrom, Bob Kieran (? writer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78298. Curtain Time. March 29, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Lightning Strikes Twice". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Sidney Ellstrom, Maurice Copeland, Lucille Lorell, Art Van Harvey, Ralph Klein (writer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78288. Curtain Time. April 5, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Mr. Justice Jimmy". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, John Weigle (announcer), Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Ellstrom, Jess Pugh, George Cisar, Tom Taggert (? writer), Harry Holcomb (director), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

99667. Curtain Time. April 12, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origiation/aircheck. "Reluctant Hero". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), George Cisar, Sidney Ellstrom, Roger Bornholt (writer), Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer). 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

100634. Those Sensational Years. April 17, 1947. ABC net, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The November 12, 1928 sinking of the "Vestris" is dramatized. Boris Aplon, Jean Mowery, Sidney Ellstrom, Ernest Andrews, Arthur Hearn, Les Bodewell, Harrison Bingham (writer), Roy W. Windsor (writer), Bruce Case (composer), Rex Maupin (conductor), Fred Killian (producer, director), Lee Walters (announcer), Quin Ryan (narrator), Harry Elders. 28:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

99668. Curtain Time. April 19, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Hometown Girl". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CST). Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Betty Hanna, Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar, Forrest Lewis, Ken Feathers (? writer), Nanette Sargent, Harry Elders. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

99669. Curtain Time. April 26, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Positive Reaction". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Viola Berwick, George Cisar, Sidney Ellstrom, Joseph Nefocks (? writer). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78467. Curtain Time. May 3, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Birds Of A Feather". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). Nannette Sargent, Sidney Ellstrom, Mike Wallace (performer, as "Myron Wallace"), George Cisar, Mary McKinley, Richard Marinas (? writer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), John Weigle (announcer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

99674. Curtain Time. May 10, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Casanova On The Mountain". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), George Cisar, Sidney Ellstrom, Margaret Kirkwood, Joe Gresenback (? writer). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78468. Curtain Time. May 17, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "The World Between". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Nannette Sargent, Hilda Graham, Maurice Copeland, Elmira Ressler, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Harry Holcomb (director), Richard Marinas (? writer). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78473. Curtain Time. May 24, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Wanted: An Old-Fashioned Girl". Sponsored by: Snickers. Nannette Sargent, John Weigle (announcer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Hope Summers, Sidney Ellstrom, Viola Berwick, George Cisar, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Martin Ryeson (writer). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78293. Curtain Time. May 31, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Twice Blessed". Sponsored by: Snickers, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Margo Brooks (writer), Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Maurice Copeland, Patricia Dunlap, Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar. 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78290. Curtain Time. June 7, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Grasshopper Jockey". Sponsored by: Snickers. Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (billed as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar, Robert Lucas (writer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78291. Curtain Time. June 14, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Reluctant Bride". Sponsored by: Snickers, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Bob Kieran (? writer), Harry Holcomb (director), Nannette Sargent, Hope Summers, Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78469. Curtain Time. June 21, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Hook, Line and Sinker". Sponsored by: Snickers. Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Jess Pugh, Sidney Ellstrom, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, George Cisar, Joseph Fox (writer). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78292. Curtain Time. June 28, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "The Belle Of The Barbary Coast". Sponsored by: Snickers, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Nannette Sargent, Maurice Copeland, Geraldine Kaye, Michael Romano, George Cisar, Irwin Ashkenazie (writer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78294. Curtain Time. July 5, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Face Is Familiar". Sponsored by: Snickers. Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (announcer), George Cisar, Arthur Peterson, Bob Pearon (writer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Jess Pugh, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 28:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78938. Curtain Time. July 12, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Deadline For Love". Sponsored by: Snickers. Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Harry Elders, Doris Grundy. 28:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5821. Curtain Time. July 19, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Hollywood Hayride". Sponsored by: Snickers. 6:30 P.M. A romantic comedy about a movie starlet with a rural background who tries to pretend she's from the Continent. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, John Weigle (announcer), Forrest Lewis, Michael Romano, George Caesar, Bob Thompson (writer), Bert Farber and His Orchestra, Harry Holcomb (director). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78470. Curtain Time. July 26, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Solid Sender". Sponsored by: Snickers. Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Patricia Dunlap, Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Tom K. O'Hara (writer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 28:52. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78939. Curtain Time. August 2, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "I Hate Men". Sponsored by: Snickers. Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Bob Piron (? writer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78936. Curtain Time. August 23, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "A Peach For The Professor". Sponsored by: Snickers. Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Nancy Mitchell Hopkins (writer), Maurice Copeland, Geraldine Kaye, Forrest Lewis, George Cisar, Patrick Allen (host), Bert Farber (conductor), John Weigle (announcer), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:58. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

23406. American Novels. August 29, 1947. NBC net. "The Hoosier Schoolmaster". Sustaining. University of the Air, Chicago origination, Part 1. Edward Eggleston (author), Harry Elders. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78937. Curtain Time. August 30, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Page One Wedding". Sponsored by: Snickers. Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Tina Martin (writer), George Cisar, Hugh Roland, Bert Farber (conductor), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Holcomb (director), John Weigle (announcer). 29:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

23407. American Novels. September 5, 1947. NBC net. "The Hoosier Schoolmaster". Sustaining. University of the Air, Chicago origination. Part 2 (conclusion). Edward Eggleston (author), Harry Elders. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78941. Curtain Time. September 6, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Home, James". Sponsored by: Snickers. Bert Farber (conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Max Ehrlich (writer), Maurice Copeland, Michael Romano, George Cisar. 29:20. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

99670. Curtain Time. September 13, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Lady In The Night". Sponsored by: Milky Way. Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Patrick Allen (host), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Ken Feathers (? writer), Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Norman Gottschalk, John Weigle (announcer). 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

99671. Curtain Time. September 20, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Double Life". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Patrick Allen (host), Bert Farber (conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), John Weigle (announcer), Bob Pearon (? writer), George Cisar, Arthur Peterson. 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

99672. Curtain Time. September 27, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Grandmother Knew Best". Sponsored by: Snickers, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CDT). Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Jim Pease (? writer). 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

99673. Curtain Time. October 4, 1947. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination/aircheck. "Part-Time Husband". Sponsored by: Milky Way, Bulova (local). 6:30 P.M. (CST). Harry Elders, Nanette Sargent, Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Bob Pearon (writer), Geraldine Kaye, George Cisar, Maurice Copeland. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

61290. Curtain Time. October 11, 1947. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Ticker-Tape Romance". Sponsored by: Snickers (word building contest), Mars Bars. The handsome son of a stockbroker romances a financial writer to help promote a phoney stock. A kidnapping follows, with a hidden message. Patrick Allen (host), Arthur Peterson, Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Donald Gallagher, George Cisar, John Weigle (announcer), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

61306. Curtain Time. January 31, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Bright Prospects". Sponsored by: Snickers. An engagement of convenience between an impoverished garage owner and a wealthy heiress. Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), George Cisar, Maurice Copeland, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

62809. Curtain Time. February 7, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Broadway Interlude". Sponsored by: Snickers. A romantic triangle on the Gay White Way. Arthur Peterson, Nannette Sargent, George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Margaret Brayton, Harry Holcomb (director), John Weigle (announcer), Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78543. Curtain Time. February 14, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Romantic Development". Sponsored by: Snickers. Harry Holcomb (director), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Joseph Fox (writer), Maurice Copeland, Art Van Harvey, Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78942. Curtain Time. February 21, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Perfect Blank". Sponsored by: Snickers. Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Ralph Klein (writer), Eloise Commer, Michael Romano, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

61307. Curtain Time. February 28, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Readin', Writin' and Romance". Sponsored by: Snickers. A movie director rents a house out in the country and finds romance as well as a good location. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer: billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Hope Summers, Maurice Copeland, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78466. Curtain Time. March 6, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Connecticut Farmer". Sponsored by: Forever Yours. Jean Mowery, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Hoffman (writer), Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Viola Berwick, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders. 29:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5822. Curtain Time. March 13, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Who Is Chris Randolph?". Sponsored by: Forever Yours Candy. A program with a similar format to "The Firstnighter Program." A light comedy about two actors who both claim to be the same person. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Nannette Sargent. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78943. Curtain Time. March 20, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Mister Worthington". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Hazel Burroughs (writer), Arthur Peterson, Stewart Sland, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78472. Curtain Time. April 3, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "My Pal, The Wife". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Brenda Forbes, Margaret Brayton, Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Paul Bernard (writer). 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5823. Curtain Time. April 10, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Happy Ending". Sponsored by: Mars Candy. A child psychologist who is against children's stories meets a beautiful lady author of them. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Nannette Sargent. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

17049. Curtain Time. April 17, 1948. NBC net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Miss Snoring Sleepwalker". A light comedy about a woman who wins a Hollywood movie contract and her statistically inclined beau. AFRTS program name: "Playhouse Twenty Five." The program closing has been deleted, the story is complete. See cat. #63636 for a network, sponsored version of this broadcast. Michael Romano, Bert Farber (music arranger, conductor), Sumner Love, Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Edna MacGregor (writer), Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar, Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host). 23:36. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

63636. Curtain Time. April 17, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Miss Snoring Sleepwalker". Sponsored by: Mars Candy. A light comedy about a woman who wins a Holywood movie contract and her statistically inclined beau. This is a network, sponsored verson of cat. #17049. George Cisar, Sidney Ellstrom, Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host), Sumner Love, Michael Romano, Bert Farber (music arranger, conductor), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Mike Wallace (commercial spokesman, billed as Myron Wallace), Edna MacGregor (writer). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78944. Curtain Time. April 24, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Engagement For Two". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. The program opening is slightly upcut. Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Roger Bornholt (? writer), Arthur Peterson, Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Patrick Allen (host), John Weigle (announcer), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:00. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

78945. Curtain Time. May 1, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Dear Molly Miradew". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. John McGreevy (writer), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Margaret Brayton, Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Ellstrom, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78946. Curtain Time. May 8, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Little Liar". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Pauline Hopkins (writer), Margaret Brayton. 28:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5824. Curtain Time. May 15, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Two Loves Have I". Sponsored by: Mars Candy. 6:30 P. M. A Hollywood reporter return to his old home town with two sisters, he thinks. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Geraldine Kaye (replacing Nannette Sargent), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"). 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78947. Curtain Time. May 22, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "See Ya In The Funny Papers". Sponsored by: Ping. Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Ken Pettit (writer), Lew Scofield (writer), Michael Romano, George Cisar, Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:24. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete.

78948. Curtain Time. June 5, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "You Don't Know Susie". Sponsored by: Ping. Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Marguerite Draper (? writer), George Cisar, Jennifer Holt, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"). 28:07. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete.

78949. Curtain Time. June 12, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Controlling Interest". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Hoyt Andreas (writer), Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78474. Curtain Time. June 26, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "I Hate Hollywood". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Nannette Sargent, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Sidney Hoffman (writer), Geraldine Kaye, George Cisar, Michael Romano. 28:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78950. Curtain Time. July 3, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Worm Turns". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. The start of the show's fourth year on the air is announced (it actually started in 1938). Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Joseph P. Fox (writer), Loretta Pointon, Arthur Peterson, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:03. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

60824. Curtain Time. July 10, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Dishonest Ghost". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. A rocky romance between an author and the publisher's daughter. Loretta Boynton, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Paul Demande (? writer), Fay Palmer, Arthur Peterson, Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, George Cisar. 29:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78475. Curtain Time. July 17, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Story Of Pat and Mike". Sponsored by: Mars Bars. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Loretta Boynton, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Paul Demande (? writer), Fay Palmer, Arthur Peterson, George Caesar. 29:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78471. Curtain Time. July 24, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "The Quiet Young Man". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. Jean Mowery, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Sidney Hoffman (writer), Patrick Allen (host), Maurice Copeland, George Cisar, Harry Elders. 29:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78544. Curtain Time. July 31, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Model Husband". Sponsored by: Mars Bar. George Cisar, Harry Holcomb (director), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Elders, Muriel Bremner, Elmira Ressler, Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Frank Dane. 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78951. Curtain Time. August 7, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination.. "Practically Engaged". Sponsored by: Ping. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Helen Norris MacDonald (writer), Jane Elliott, Michael Romano, Viola Berwick, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor). 29:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

41727. Curtain Time. August 14, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "A Ring For Julie". Sponsored by: Ping. A determined suitor from Canada meets only resistance from the object of his affections. Patrick Allen (host), Harry Elders, Muriel Bremner, Maurice Copeland, Roger Bornholt (writer), John Weigle (announcer), George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78952. Curtain Time. August 21, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "A Barn For The Bard". Sponsored by: Ping. Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, billed as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Joseph P. Fox (writer), Norma Ransom, Hope Summers, Arthur Peterson, George Cisar, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (diretor). 28:10. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78540. Curtain Time. September 11, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Best Laid Plans". Sponsored by: Ping (Mars Candy). Patrick Allen (host), Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Harry Elders, Roger Gallagher (writer), Muriel Bremner, Margaret Brayton, Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director), George Caesar. 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44978. Curtain Time. September 25, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "My Widow Lorraine". Sponsored by: Mars Candy (Ping Bar). A romance/comedy about a reporter who gets back his job as a reporter after the war. His first interview, however, presents an unusual problem. Beverly Younger, George Cisar, Geraldine Kaye, Harry Elders, Marguerite Jacobs (writer), Maurice Copeland, Michael Romano, Mike Wallace, Patrick Allen (host). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78295. Curtain Time. October 6, 1948. NBC net, Chicago origination. "Petticoat Justice". Sponsored by: Cocoanut King. The first show of the season. Harry Elders, Roger Gallagher (writer), Muriel Bremner, Patrick Allen (host), Margaret Brayton, George Cisar, Mike Wallace (announcer, as "Myron Wallace"), Bert Farber (arranger, conductor), Harry Holcomb (director). 28:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48757. Destination Freedom. October 10, 1948. WMAQ, Chicago. "Little David". Sustaining. Produced in co-operation with The Chicago Defender. The story of Joe Louis, the heavyweight boxing champion. Well done. Bobby Christian (music), Charles Mountain (announcer), Elwyn Owen (organist), Fred Pinkard, Harry Elders, Homer Hecht (producer), Hugh Downs (announcer), Jack Moss, Janice Kingslow, Les Spears, Oscar Brown Jr., Richard Durham (writer), Studs Terkel. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27246. Shine Smith's Christmas Party. December 10, 1949. NBC net. "Mr. Christmas and The Navajo". Sustaining. The story of Shine Smith and his relationship with the Navajos. A touching story about the "Cowboy Evangelist" who helped the Indians for many years. An excellent Christmas documentary, well-done! The program includes a recording of Mr. Smith. The program originates from Chicago. Harry Elders, Shine Smith. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27381. Blueprint For Survival. October 12, 1951. Program #12 of 13. WMAQ, Chicago. Sustaining. A dramatized Civil Defense recruiting program. What you can do to help when the A-Bombs start to fall. Well done. Bill Griskey (announcer), Harry Elders. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

79204. Hello Sucker. January 12, 1952. Program #2. WMAQ, Chicago. "The Fur Coat Of Your Dreams". Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with The Better Business Bureau of Chicago. Laurette Fillbrandt, Russ Reed, Carlton KaDell, Mary Ann Bertrand, Alma Platts, Judith Waller (producer), John Cowan (director), Emil Soderstrom (composer), Richard Shores (composer), Helen Morton (organ), Jose Bettencort (tympani), Tom Evans (sound), Bob Becker (engineer), John Conrad (announcer), Christine Squire (writer), Harry Elders (narrator). 28:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

13260. The Hall Of Fantasy. January 26, 1953. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago origination. "The Black Figurine Of Death". Sustaining. Uncle Amos and his little statuette have fun from beyond the grave. One of the announcements has possibly been deleted. The program was rebroadcast on December 28, 1953. Richard Thorne (writer, producer, performer), Leroy Olliger (director), Harold Turner (music), Wayne Dickenson (sound effects), Harry Elders, Eloise Kummer, Claire Baum (?). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

13258. The Hall Of Fantasy. March 23, 1953. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago origination. "The Night The Fog Came". Sustaining. A story about a living fog that kills all on contact...by making men drown on dry land. A good story. The program was rebroadcast on December 21, 1953. Richard Thorne (writer, producer, performer), Sam Siegel, Harry Elders, Leroy Olliger (director), Harold Turner (music), Jim Andolin, Lloyd Knight (sound effects), Wayne Dickenson (sound effects), George Bower (announcer). 23:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

24420. The Hall Of Fantasy. April 27, 1953. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago origination. "The Wild Huntsman". Sponsored by: The Kaiser Carolina, Macy's Fur Storage, Schaeffer Beer. See cat. #77698 for a syndicated version of this program. The program was rebroadcast pm January 25, 1954. Harry Elders, Richard Thorne (writer, producer, performer), Muriel Bremner, Sam Siegel, Harold Turner (organist), Lloyd Knight (sound effects), Wayne Dickenson (sound effects), George Bower (announcer), Leroy Olliger (director). 30:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77698. The Hall Of Fantasy. April 27, 1953. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago origination, syndicated (?). "The Wild Huntsman". Commercials deleted. This is a syndicated version of cat. #24420. The program was rebroadcast on January 25, 1954. Harry Elders, Richard Thorne (writer, producer, performer), Muriel Bremner, Sam Siegel, Harold Turner (organist), Lloyd Knight (sound effects), Wayne Dickenson (sound effects), George Bower (announcer), Leroy Olliger (director). 24:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

28787. Case Dismissed. January 30, 1954. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with the Chicago Bar Association. A man listens to bad advice and ignores a summons, which winds up costing him $25,000! The moral: see a lawyer. A program about criminal liability. Fern Persons, Patricia Crain, Jack Lester, John Galvaro, Betty Ross (producer), Herbert Latow (director), Phillip Lord, Tom Evans (sound), Harry Elders. 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28786. Case Dismissed. February 20, 1954. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with the Chicago Bar Association. A louse of a father plans to skip town to avoid paying his ex-wife child support. A program about child support and domestic relations. Harry Elders, Robert Carmen (writer), Betty Ross (producer), Herbert Littow (director), Rosemary Kelly, Muriel Monsell (?), Jack Lester, Clare Baum, Tom Evans (sound), John C. Fitzgerald (host, Dean of the Law School, Loyola University), Phillip Lord, Harold Witteberry (engineer), Lee Bennett (announcer). 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

79211. Case Dismissed. February 27, 1954. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with the Chicago Bar Association. The legal problems of installment buying. Herbert Littow (director), John C. Fitzgerald (host, Dean of the Law School, Loyola University), Betty Ross (producer), Tom Evans (sound), Harold Witteberry (engineer), Robert Carmen (writer), Lee Bennett (announcer), Sondra Gair, Jack Bivens, Harry Elders, Stanley Gordon, Arthur Peterson, Charles Flynn. 28:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28785. Case Dismissed. March 13, 1954. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with the Chicago Bar Association. A landlord-tenant conflict grows and finally winds up in court. Moral of the story: when in doubt, see a lawyer. Carlton KaDell, Norma Ransom, Jack Lester, John C. Fitzgerald (host, Dean of the Law School, Loyola University), Harry Elders, Curt Kupfer, William Green, Betty Ross (producer), Herbert Littow (director), Tom Evans (sound), Harold Witteberry (engineer), Lee Bennett (announcer). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

79214. Case Dismissed. March 27, 1954. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with the Chicago Bar Association. A look at liability for minors. John C. Fitzgerald (host, Dean of the Law School, Loyola University), Robert Carmen (writer), Meg Hahn, Charles Flynn, Carlton KaDell, Jack Lester, Harry Elders, Bruce Lindgren, Betty Ross (producer), Herbert Littow (director), Tom Evans (sound effects), Harold Witteberry (engineer), Lee Bennett (announcer). 28:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

79216. Case Dismissed. April 17, 1954. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with the Chicago Bar Association. The problem of libel. How to protect your good name from character assassination. Meg Hahn, Viola Berwick, Geraldine Kaye, Jack Lester, Charles Flynn, Harry Elders, Betty Ross (producer), Herbert Littow (director), Tom Evans (sound), Gary DeVries (? engineer), Lee Bennett (announcer), John C. Fitzgerald (host, Dean of the Law School, Loyola University), Robert Carmen (writer). 27:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

79217. Case Dismissed. April 24, 1954. NBC net, WMAQ, Chicago origination. Sustaining. The program is produced in co-operation with the Chicago Bar Association. The problem of juvenile delinquency. The last show of the series. Didn't anybody ever comment that the closing theme of this series about the law and lawyers used, as a closing theme, a recording of a Dimitri Kabalevsky composition called, "The Comedians"? Gretchen Thomas, Stanley Gordon, Jack Lester, Harry Elders, Carlton KaDell, Jerry Garvey, Betty Ross (producer), Herbert Littow (director), Tom Evans (sound), John C. Fitzgerald (host, Dean of the Law School, Loyola University), Robert Carmen (writer), Dan Hosek (? engineer), Lee Bennett (announcer). 27:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

Report contains 89 programs.