Roby, Vic

Copyright 2014, J. David Goldin.

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


89130. The Lux Radio Theatre. December 5, 1943. CBS net. "Mrs. Miniver". Sponsored by: Lux, Vimms. A rehearsal recording. An excellent portrait of England's home front during the war. See cat. #41041 for the actual broadcast. Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Susan Peters, Henry Wilcoxon, Cecil B. DeMille (host), Alec Harford (doubles), Charlie Lung (doubles), Denis Green (doubles), Duane Thompson, Fred MacKaye, Frederic Worlock, Gloria Gordon, John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), Mary Lou Harrington, Raymond Lawrence, Richard Davis, Tommy Cook, Vernon Steele, Louis Yaekel (chorus), Stewart Bair (chorus), George Gramlich (chorus), Austin Grout (chorus), Kenneth Rundquist (chorus), Wynne Davis (chorus), Betty Rome (chorus), Devona Doxie (chorus), Virginia Rees (chorus), Enrico Ricardi (chorus), Janet Russell (commercial spokesman), Doris Singleton (commercial spokesman, as "Libby"), Paula Winslowe (commercial spokesman), Dorothy Scott (commercial spokesman), Charlotte Treadway (commercial spokesman), Stanley Farrar (commercial spokesman), Arthur Wimperis (screenwriter), George Froeschel (screenwriter), James Hilton (screenwriter), Claudine West (screenwriter), Jan Struther (author), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 1:07:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41041. The Lux Radio Theatre. December 6, 1943. CBS net. "Mrs. Miniver". Sponsored by: Lux, Vimms. An excellent portrait of England's home front during the war. See cat. #89130 for a rehearsal recording. Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Susan Peters, Henry Wilcoxon, Cecil B. DeMille (host), Alec Harford (doubles), Charlie Lung (doubles), Denis Green (doubles), Duane Thompson, Fred MacKaye, Frederic Worlock, Gloria Gordon, John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), Mary Lou Harrington, Raymond Lawrence, Richard Davis, Tommy Cook, Vernon Steele, Louis Yaekel (chorus), Stewart Bair (chorus), George Gramlich (chorus), Austin Grout (chorus), Kenneth Rundquist (chorus), Wynne Davis (chorus), Betty Rome (chorus), Devona Doxie (chorus), Virginia Rees (chorus), Enrico Ricardi (chorus), Janet Russell (commercial spokesman), Doris Singleton (commercial spokesman: as "Libby"), Paula Winslowe (commercial spokesman), Dorothy Scott (commercial spokesman), Charlotte Treadway (commercial spokesman), Stanley Farrar (commercial spokesman), Arthur Wimperis (screenwriter), George Froeschel (screenwriter), James Hilton (screenwriter), Claudine West (screenwriter), Jan Struther (author), Sanford Barnett (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

60417. Theatre Of Romance. September 4, 1945. CBS net. "Seventh Heaven". Sponsored by: Colgate Tooth Powder, Halo Shampoo. The first program of the series originating from Hollywood. The beautiful love story of Chico and Diane, set in Paris and "Seventh Heaven." The script was previously used on "Romance" on February 22, 1944 (see cat. #60165). Van Johnson, Susan Peters, Arthur Q. Bryan, Earle Ross, Verna Felton, Charles Vanda (director), Frank Graham (announcer), Jean Holloway (adaptor). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

64048. Theatre Of Romance. December 11, 1945. CBS net. "Love Affair". Sponsored by: Colgate Tooth Powder, Halo Shampoo. A shipboard romance involves a double triangle. A planned meeting at the Empire State building does not come to pass. Van Johnson's name is greeeted by shrieks from the bobby soxers. Van Johnson, Susan Peters, Lou Merrill, Frank Graham (host), Charles Vanda (producer). 24:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

23475. The Lux Radio Theatre. January 21, 1946. CBS net. "Johnny Eager". Sponsored by: Lux. A gangster on parole is taking over the rackets, operating a dog track, and breaking hearts in his spare time. Susan Peters, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Thomas Hanlon (second announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), Cy Kendall, George Neise, John Parrish, Leo Cleary, Edwin Max, Jay Novello, Evelyn Scott, Ruth Perrott (doubles), Ed Emerson, Marilyn Lowrey, Charles Seel (doubles), Lou Merrill (doubles), Helen O'Hara, Edward Marr (doubles), Truda Marson (commercial spokesman), James Edward Grant (screenwriter), John Lee Mahin (screenwriter), Laverne Stiffler (intermission guest: a Hollywood waitress), Roberta Joney (a dancer), Fred MacKaye (director), Robert Taylor, Van Heflin, Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 1 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

59686. Encore Theatre. July 30, 1946. CBS net. "Dark Victory". Sponsored by: Schenley Laboratories. Will a dying socialite be saved by a loving brain surgeon? Susan Peters, Franchot Tone, Frank Nelson, Gerald Mohr, Frank Graham (announcer), Bill Lawrence (producer, director), Jean Holloway (adaptor), Leith Stevens (conductor). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

24441. Suspense. December 12, 1946. CBS net. "They Call Me Patrice". Sponsored by: Roma Wines. A good blackmail story about a woman who assumes the identity of her traveling companion, who was killed in a train wreck. She's then plagued by the woman's ex-husband. Susan Peters, Joseph Kearns (announcer), Cornell Woolrich (author), William Johnstone, Wally Maher, William Spier (adaptor, producer, director), Ken Niles (commercial spokesman), Lucien Moraweck (composer), Lud Gluskin (conductor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66096. Family Theatre. May 8, 1947. Mutual net. "The Awakening". Sustaining. A married couple, each with his own job, pursue their own careers...to the detriment of their marriage. Drastic measures are called for. An interesting essay on the role of a woman in a marriage. Allan Jones (host), Meredith Willson (music), Susan Peters, Richard Quine, Mary Cox (writer), Max Terr (music), Mel Williamson (director), Henry Blair, Irene Tedrow, Lila Webb, Don Doolittle. 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69926. Family Theatre. February 5, 1948. Mutual net. "God and A Red Scooter". Sustaining. The program's first anniversary broadcast. "Pity the man who cannot sleep." A grape grower worries about his first harvest. Failure teaches him that there are more important harvests to be gathered, and that prayer might help. The script was previously used on "Family Theatre" on April 17, 1947 (see cat. #66093) and subsequently on February 16, 1949 (see cat. #70433), September 20, 1950 (see cat. #64999), December 5, 1951 (see cat. #66517) and March 4, 1953 (see cat. #70179). The program was voted "Outstanding program of 1947" (it is not said who did the voting). Gregory Peck (host), Susan Peters, Robert Mitchum, Rod O'Connor (narrator), Henry Blair, Gloria Blondell, Clayton Post, Alan Harris, Max Terr (composer, conductor), Timothy Mulvey (writer), David Young (director), Tony La Frano (announcer). 29:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

23339. The Radio Reader's Digest. March 11, 1948. CBS net. "Eavesdroppers In Eden". Sponsored by: Hallmark Cards. A ranch woman is horrified at the common practice of listening on the party line...in the beginning. Susan Peters, Karl Swenson, Betty Garde, Cy Harrice (host), Lyn Murray and His Orchestra. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

8337. Studio One. March 16, 1948. CBS net. "One More Spring". Sustaining. An unusual love story about a group of poor failures living in a Central Park tool shed. Robert Nathan (author), Susan Peters, Everett Sloane, Fletcher Markle, Glenn Anders. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

32533. Proudly We Hail. Program #34. Army syndication. "Mary Had A Little Crusade". Sponsored by: Army recruiting. A "Down East" school teacher tackles the handsome budget director of the school board for more money. C. P. MacGregor (producer, host), Wendell Niles (announcer), Susan Peters. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

Report contains 12 programs.