Quintet, The B. B. King

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.


62458. Creeps By Night. May 2, 1944. Blue Network. "The Final Reckoning". Sustaining. George Miller is leaving prison after twenty years, and is determined to get his revenge. The scene with the razor makes for delightful radio. The title of next week's show is, "The Hunt." Possibly one public service announcement has been deleted. Boris Karloff, Dave Drummond (director), Albert Sack (composer, conductor), Robert Maxwell (production supervisor). 28:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

88622. Creeps By Night. May 9, 1944. Blue Network. "The Hunt". Sustaining. What kind of creature rips out the throat of its prey? Could it be a werewolf? A good story! Boris Karloff, Albert Sack (composer, conductor), Dave Drummond (director), Robert Maxwell (production supervisor). 30:15. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

43380. Creeps By Night. May 16, 1944. Program #13. Blue Network. "The Walking Dead". Sustaining. Hosted by "Dr. X." A visit to Haiti and a romp with the zombies. The date is subject to correction. Ed Begley, George Gans (announcer), Jackson Beck (announcer), Joseph Stopak (conductor), Juano Hernandez, Mary Patton, Paul Creston (composer), Robert Maxwell. 29:36. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

48231. The Radio Hall Of Fame. February 4, 1945. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Philco. Eileen Barton sings, "Saturday Night." Marlin Hurt appears as "Beulah." Bulletin: American forces have entered Manila. Matty Malneck introduces jazz harpist Robert Maxwell. Hedy Lamarr and her husband John Loder do a scene from, "Experiment Perilous." Andy Russell sings and plays a hot drum solo. Marjorie Main joins Al Pearce in a skit featuring Elmer Blurt, "the low pressure salesman." Al Pearce (m. c.), Jimmy Wallington (announcer), Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Eileen Barton, Marlin Hurt, Matty Malneck, Robert Maxwell, Hedy Lamarr, John Loder, Andy Russell, Marjorie Main. 59:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

57748. Superman. September 25, 1945. Program #802. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kellogg's Pep (wrist sundial premium). Clark Kent tells his friends the story of the destruction of the planet Krypton, and how Superman came to Earth. Bud Collyer, Julian Noa, Joan Alexander, Jackson Beck (announcer), Dan McCullough (commercial spokesman), Robert Maxwell (executive producer), Jessica Maxwell (executive producer), Allen Ducovny (producer, director), Bill Hoffman (sound effects), Mac Benoit (engineer), Edwin Jerome. 14:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5368. Mail Call. December 12, 1945. Program #174. AFRS origination. Janet Blair starts the show with, "This Can't Be Love." Harry Von Zell, Kenny Baker (m. c.), Janet Blair, Marilyn Hare, Robert Maxwell, Sam Donahue and The AFRS Swing Wing, Walter Schumann (conductor), The Armed Forces Radio Service Orchestra, Harry Von Zell (announcer). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

7869. Duffy's Tavern. December 21, 1945. NBC net. Sponsored by: Minit-Rub, Ingraham Shave Cream. Guest is harpist Robert Maxwell. The cast does, "The Christmas Carol," by Charles and Archie Dickens. Robert Maxwell (harp), Ed Gardner, Sandra Gould (as "Miss Duffy"), Charlie Cantor, Eddie Green, David Titus (producer, director), Marvin Miller (announcer), Matty Malneck and His Orchestra. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78872. Forever Tops. March 4, 1946. ABC net. Sustaining. The first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Eugenie Baird, Robert Maxwell, Pierre Andre (announcer), Dick Woollen (writer, director). 25:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5080. The Abe Burrows Show. August 16, 1947. CBS net. Sustaining. Abe mentions that, "I'm the summer replacement for fifteen minutes of dead air!" The first tune is, "Click, Click, Click (You're Playing Ping Pong With My Heart)." Abe also sings, "I'm Gonna Go Back East To The West." The program's guest is harpist Robert Maxwell, who helps with the story of, "Herman, The Harp." Abe mentions that he has a song about, "Minnie The Maidmer" (it's the top half that looks like a fish)! Robert Maxwell, Abe Burrows. 14:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

42734. Command Performance. November 30, 1948. Program #353. AFRS origination. Kay Starr sings, "A Faded Summer Love." "The Dear John Club Of The Air." Harpist Robert Maxwell plays, "Shangri-La." Joan Davis tries to sell Dr. Schultz's Health Tonic. The cast does a West Coast version of "The Naked City," called "The Sunset Strip." The Commandant of the Armed Forces Radio Service awards a plaque to Joan Davis ("The Kilroy Award") as the outstanding comedienne. The program date above is the release date (to the troops). Kay Starr, Hy Averback (announcer), Vincent Price (m. c.), June Foray, Robert Maxwell, Joan Davis, Mishel Perrier (conductor), The Armed Forces Radio Service Orchestra, Bud Widom. 44:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

50698. Command Performance. December 25, 1948. AFRS origination. A Christmas program. Jimmy Durante loses his place in the script as he tries to hire Herbert Marshall to be his butler! Shirley Dimsdale introduces her puppet "Judy Splinters" who uses her "television eyes" to look at servicemen around the world. Jack Benny stars in his version of, "Sorry, Wrong Number." Mel Blanc appears as "Private Sad Sack...The Perfect Man." Harpist Robert Maxwell plays a medley of Gershwin melodies. Edgar Bergen tries to get Charlie McCarthy to recite "'Twas The Night Before Christmas." Bob Hope throws a Christmas party at his house. Lauritz Melchior sings Christmas carols. A Christmas story called "The Other Wise Man," by Henry Van Dyke, features Robert Young and Marvin Miller. It's about the fourth wise man at the time of the birth of Jesus. See cat. #63087 which seems to be a 1948 Christmas special, but is a complete different broadcast with an entirely different cast. Andy Russell (host), Hy Averback (announcer), The Richard Davis Choir, Gloria De Haven, Mishel Perrier and His Orchestra, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Herbert Marshall, Jimmy Durante, Shirley Dimsdale, Walter Gross (pianist), Jack Benny, Sara Berner, Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir, Robert Maxwell, Edgar Bergen, Lauritz Melchior, Henry Van Dyke (author), Robert Young, Marvin Miller. 1:57:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

65954. The Carnation Contented Hour. January 24, 1949. Program #279. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Good News." Guest Robert Maxwell and his "hot harp" plays a medley of Gerswhin tunes and a delightful, "Sweet Sue." A good show! AFRS program name: "The Melody Hour." Buddy Clark, Ted Dale and His Orchestra, Robert Maxwell. 30:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

57788. The Adventures Of Superman. December 17, 1949. ABC net. "The Diamond Of Death". Sustaining. There's been an attempt to steal the fabulous Fairmont diamond. The prime suspect is an international jewel thief masquerading as the chauffeur. The mystery deepens when the chauffeur is murdered! Clark Kent attends a costume party dressed as...Superman! Bud Collyer, Jackson Beck (announcer, performer), Joan Alexander, Jon Gart (composer, conductor), Robert Maxwell (executive producer), Jessica Maxwell (producer, director), Ed Blainey (sound effects), Jack Grimes. 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

64475. Max Liebman Presents. May 12, 1956. "The Music Of Gershwin". Commercials deleted. Alfred Drake, Tony Bennett, Cab Calloway, Toni Arden, The Art Van Damme Quintet, Ethel Merman, Robert Maxwell, The Bob Hamilton Trio, Lawrence Winters, Carmella Williams, Patricia Wilde, Peter Conlowe (?), Eugene Liszt, Richard Hayman, The First Piano Quartet, Adam Garner, Henry Holt, George Robert, Vee Padwa, Diana Adams, Harrison Mueller, Hadley Sanford and His Orchstra, Bob Lemond (announcer). 1:19:05. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

32234. Stars For Defense. June 30, 1957. Program #39. Civil Defense Administration syndication. Sustaining. The first tune is, "The Song Of April." Robert Maxwell, The Four Esquires. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67292. The Broadcaster. November 27, 1961. WTIC-TV-AM-FM, Hartford, Connecticut. Sustaining. "A Symphonic Suite" composed and conducted for the dedication of "Broadcast House" in Hartford. The composition is in four movements: 1. Dedication: Broadcast House 2. Celebration: WTIC-AM 3. Meditation: WTIC-FM 4. Anticipation: WTIC-TV. Robert Maxwell (composer, conductor). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

1169. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. September 30, 1962. CBS net. "The Tip-Off Matter". Sponsored by: Sinclair. A convict in the state prison is about to die. He has a final "thank you" for Johnny for helping his kid brother get a start in life. There's still the matter of $100,000 from the convict's last safe robbery. The last show of the series. Jack Johnstone (writer), Fred Hendrickson (producer, director), Mandel Kramer, Jackson Beck, Joseph Julian, Jack Grimes, Robert Maxwell, Peter Fernandez, Ethel Huber (music supervisor), Walter Otto (sound patterns). 23:41. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

29094. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. May 20, 1974. Program #136. CBS net. "The Crack In The Wall". Sponsored by: Kellogg's, 7-Up, Budweiser, Sine-Off. The program was rebroadcast on August 9, 1974. E. G. Marshall (host), Ann Costello, Celeste Holm, Robert Dryden, Robert Maxwell, Sidney Slon (writer), Wesley Addy, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29111. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. June 27, 1974. Program #174. CBS net. "Yesterday's Murder". Sponsored by: Kellogg's, 7-Up, Buick, Budweiser, Sine-Off. The program was rebroadcast on September 10, 1974. Program #175 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 8, 1974. Program #176 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 9, 1974. Program #177 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 10, 1974. Sam Dann (writer), Mercedes McCambridge, Leon Janney, Patricia Weil, Robert Maxwell, E. G. Marshall (host), Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29121. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. July 22, 1974. Program #199. CBS net. "The Deadly Process". Sponsored by: Budweiser, 7-Up, Buick, Sine-Off. The program was rebroadcast on September 27, 1974. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Norman Rose, Ralph Bell, Marian Seldes, Robert Maxwell, Jackson Beck, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29138. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. August 22, 1974. Program #230. CBS net. "The Case Of M.J.H.". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on October 1974. Program #231 was a rebroadcast of the program of June 3, 1974. Program #232 was a rebroadcast of the program of June 4, 1974. Program #233 was a rebroadcast of the program of June 6, 1974. E. G. Marshall (host), Henry Slesar (writer), Augusta Dabney, Jack Grimes, Alan Hewitt, Robert Maxwell, Joan De Marrias, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29161. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. October 24, 1974. Program #293. CBS net. "A Cage For Augie Carroll". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Buick, Contac. The program was rebroadcast on December 17, 1974. Program #294 was a rebroadcast of the program of August 29, 1974. Program #295 was a rebroadcast of the program of September 2, 1974. Program #296 was a rebroadcast of the program of August 28, 1974. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Leon Janney, Evie Juster, Robert Maxwell, Earl Hammond, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29247. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. March 28, 1975. Program #448. CBS net. "Key To Murder". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Buick, Uncle Ben's Rice. The program was rebroadcast on June 28, 1975 and October 3, 1980. Program #449 was a rebroadcast of the program of January 20, 1975. Program #450 was a rebroadcast of the program of January 22, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), George Lowther (writer), Mercedes McCambridge, Mary Jane Higby, Robert Dryden, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29267. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. May 2, 1975. Program #483. CBS net. "The Final Witness". Sponsored by: Uncle Ben's Rice, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on August 12, 1975. Program #484 was a rebroadcast of the program of February 14, 1975. Program #485 was a rebroadcast of the program of February 17, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Lou Jacobi, Joan Lorring, Bryna Raeburn, Robert Maxwell, Leon Janney, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29278. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. May 22, 1975. Program #503. CBS net. "Return To Shadow Lake". Sponsored by: Uncle Ben's Rice, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on September 7, 1975 and October 24, 1980. E. G. Marshall (host), Fielden Farrington (writer), Nat Polen, Joan Lovejoy (Joan Banks), Joan Lorring, Bob Kaliban, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29283. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. May 30, 1975. Program #511. CBS net. "Someday I'll Find You". Sponsored by: Buick. The program was rebroadcast on September 20, 1975. Program #512 was a rebroadcast of the program of March 7, 1975. Program #513 was a rebroadcast of the program of March 10, 1975. Robert Maxwell, E. G. Marshall (host), Bob Juhren (writer), Betsy Palmer, Joan Shea, Larry Haines, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29302. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. July 3, 1975. Program #545. CBS net. "Murder Will Out". Sponsored by: Buick. The program was rebroadcast on November 6, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), Ian Martin (writer), Mason Adams, Marian Seldes, Leon Janney, Robert Maxwell, Gilbert Mack, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29310. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. July 17, 1975. Program #559. CBS net. "Nightmare's Nest". Sponsored by: Florida Orange Growers, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on November 22, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), Ian Martin (writer, performer), Gordon Gould, Rosemary Rice, Mary Jane Higby, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29313. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. July 22, 1975. Program #564. CBS net. "The Poisoned Pen". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Sine-Off. The program was rebroadcast on November 29, 1975. Program #565 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 17, 1975. Catherine Byers, E. G. Marshall (host), Earl Hammond, Michael Tolan, Richard Seff, Robert Maxwell, Sam Dann (writer), Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29325. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. August 13, 1975. Program #586. CBS net. "The Master Computer". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on December 28, 1975 and December 28, 1980. E. G. Marshall (host), Fielden Farrington (writer), Robert Dryden, Augusta Dabney, Joan Shea, Nat Polen, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29338. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. September 4, 1975. Program #608. CBS net. "The Special Undertaking". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on January 31, 1976. Ann Pitoniak, Don Scardino, E. G. Marshall (host), Ian Martin (writer), Jada Rowland, Staats Cotsworth, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29349. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. September 23, 1975. Program #627. CBS net. "The Headless Hessian". Sponsored by: Buick, Sine-Off. The program was rebroadcast on July 5, 1976. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Lloyd Bochner, Jack Grimes, Mariette Hartley, Casey Kasem, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29373. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. November 3, 1975. Program #668. CBS net. "The Mortgage". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Buick, Sine-Off. The program was rebroadcast on April 3, 1976. Program #669 was a rebroadcast of the program of June 30, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Larry Haines, Marian Seldes, Robert Dryden, Russell Horton, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29388. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. December 1, 1975. Program #696. CBS net. "With Malice Aforethought". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Sine-Off, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on May 11, 1976. Program #697 was a rebroadcast of the program of July 25, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), Sidney Slon (writer), Carlos Carrasco, William Redfield, Len Gochman, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29405. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. December 31, 1975. Program #726. CBS net. "Sagamore Cottage". Sponsored by: True Value Hardware, Buick. The program was rebroadcast on June 2, 1976. E. G. Marshall (host), Bob Juhren (writer), Bob Kaliban, Carmen Matthews, Janet Waldo, Bryna Raeburn, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29421. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. January 26, 1976. Program #752. CBS net. "The Ferret". Sponsored by: Sine-Off, Buick, Allstate Insurance. The program was rebroadcast on June 16, 1976. Program #753 was a rebrtoadcast of the program of September 1, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), Roy Winsor (writer), Elliott Reid, Patricia Elliot, Court Benson, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29435. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. February 20, 1976. Program #777. CBS net. "The Bloody Legend". Sponsored by: True Value Hardware. The program was rebroadcast on July 13, 1976. Program #778 was a rebroadcast of the program of September 19, 1975. E. G. Marshall (host), Milt Wisoff (writer), Arnold Moss, Teri Keane, Earl Hammond, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29465. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. April 9, 1976. Program #825. CBS net. "Sleeping Dogs". Sponsored by: Allied Van Lines, Buick, Allstate Insurance, True Value, Sine-Off. The program was rebroadcast on August 24, 1976. E. G. Marshall (host), Murray Burnett (writer), Marian Seldes, Court Benson, Guy Sorel, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29491. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. June 14, 1976. Program #892. CBS net. "The Unthinkable". Sponsored by: Buick, Sine-Off, Coffee Rich, Country Time, Bantam Books. The program was rebroadcast on September 29, 1976. Program #893 was a rebroadcast of the program of January 23, 1976. Program #894 was a rebroadcast of the program of January 26, 1976. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Larry Haines, Teri Keane, Russell Horton, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29504. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. August 5, 1976. Program #944. CBS net. "Lovers and Killers". Sponsored by: Popular Library Books, Buick, Budweiser, True Value Hardware. The program was rebroadcast on October 26, 1976. Program #945 was a rebroadcast of the program of March 22, 1976. Program #946 was a rebroadcast of the program of March 23, 1976. Program #947 was a rebroadcast of the program of March 24, 1976. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer, performer), Robert Dryden, Russell Horton, Marian Seldes, Evie Juster, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29538. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. October 19, 1976. Program #1019. CBS net. "The Mission Of Atropos". Sponsored by: Budweiser, Buick, Sine-Off, Preparation H. The program was rebroadcast on January 29, 1977. Program #1020 was a rebroadcast of the program of July 22, 1976. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Mason Adams, Joan Lovejoy (Joan Banks), Jackson Beck, Joan Shea, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29589. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. January 24, 1977. Program #1115. CBS net. "License To Kill". Sponsored by: Buick, Contac. The program was rebroadcast on May 18, 1977. Program #1116 was a rebroadcast of the program of October 15, 1976. Program #721, which was broadcast on December 26, 1975 and May 30, 1976 is also titled, "License To Kill." However, it is not the same story. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Tony Roberts, Fred Gwynne, Marian Seldes, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29644. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. May 6, 1977. Program #1217. CBS net. "Bottom Of The World". Sponsored by: Buick, A.R.M., Popular Library Books, Presto Pressure Cookers. True Value Hardware, Minute Maid. The program was rebroadcast on September 24, 1977. Program #1218 was a rebroadcast of the program of January 19, 1977. Program #1219 was a rebroadcast of the program of January 21, 1977. Program #1220 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 19, 1976. Program #1221 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 20, 1976. Program #1222 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 21, 1976. Program #1223 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 22, 1976. Program #1224 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 23, 1976. Program #1225 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 24, 1976. Program #1226 was a rebroadcast of the program of April 25, 1976. Arnold Moss (writer), E. G. Marshall (host), Kristoffer Tabori, Robert Maxwell, Tony Roberts, William Griffis, Himan Brown (producer, director). 52 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

29689. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. August 8, 1977. Program #1311. CBS net. "Hope Springs Eternal". Commercials deleted. The program was rebroadcast on December 10, 1977. Program #1312 was a rebroadcast of the program of March 25, 1977. E. G. Marshall (host), Percy Grainger (writer), Court Benson, Anne Williams, Robert Maxwell, Russell Horton, Himan Brown (producer, director). 46 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

29707. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. September 20, 1977. Program #1354. CBS net. "The Tunnel Man". Commercials deleted. The program was rebroadcast on February 8, 1978. Program #1355 was a rebroadcast of the program of May 5, 1977. E. G. Marshall (host), Percy Grainger (writer), Ralph Bell, Court Benson, Earl Hammond, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 46 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

29721. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. October 24, 1977. Program #1388. CBS net. "Trial For Murder". Commercials deleted. The program was rebroadcast on March 18, 1978. E. G. Marshall (host), Charles Dickens (author), James Agate Jr. (adaptor), Paul Hecht, Earl Hammond, Court Benson, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 46 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

29742. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. December 2, 1977. Program #1427. CBS net. "Neatness Counts". Commercials deleted. The program was rebroadcast on May 6, 1978. Program #1428 was a rebroadcast of the program of July 14, 1977. Program #1429 was a rebroadcast of the program of July 15, 1977. E. G. Marshall (host), Sam Dann (writer), Joan Shea, Ralph Bell, Evie Juster, Earl Hammond, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 46 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

29753. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. December 28, 1977. Program #1453. CBS net. "The Missouri Kid". Commercials deleted. The program was rebroadcast on May 31, 1978. Program #1454 was a rebroadcast of the program of August 17, 1977. James Agate Jr. (writer), Lloyd Battista (doubles), Ian Martin, Robert Maxwell, Evie Juster, Russell Horton, E. G. Marshall (host), Himan Brown (producer, director). 46 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

95583. The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. October 6, 1980. Program #2386/2445. CBS net. "Second Sight". Commercials deleted. The program was rebroadcast December 26, 1980. In fact, this might be the later broadcast. Program #2387 was a rebroadcast of the program of June 16, 1980. Program #2446 was a rebroadcast of the program of E. G. Marshall (host), Fred Gwynne, Sam Dunn (writer), Earl Hammond, Carol Teitel, Robert Maxwell, Himan Brown (producer, director). 44:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

21699. Intermezzo. Program #39. AFRS origination. Erno Neufelt (violin), Meredith Willson (conductor), Robert Maxwell, The Armed Forces Radio Service Orchestra. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

21715. Intermezzo. Program #65. AFRS origination. Meredith Willson (conductor), Robert Maxwell, The Armed Forces Radio Service Orchestra. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

40905. Robert Maxwell-Harpist. Program #LB463. MacGregor transcription. 1. Oh, Susanna 2. Star Dust 3. Dinah 4. I Surrender 5. Honeysuckle Rose 6. A Story Of Sorrento Robert Maxwell. 12:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

40906. Robert Maxwell-Harpist. Program #LB464. MacGregor transcription. 1. Feudin' and Fightin' 2. Jeep Is Jumpin' 3. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 4. It Ain't Necessarily So and I Got Rhythm 5. Chopsticks 6. Pavanne Robert Maxwell. 12:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

Report contains 53 programs.