Wakely, Jimmy

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 22, 2016. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


71277. The Ziegfeld Follies Of The Air. April 10, 1932. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chrysler. Flo Ziegfeld recalls the opening of his first "Follies" shows and the many stars he discovered. Helen Morgan sings, "Trying To Live Without You." Jack Pearl does a comedy routine and sings, "Who Paid The Rent For Mrs. Rip Van Winkle?" Leon Errol appears in a "Follies" skit. Florenz Ziegfeld, Al Goodman and His Orchestra, Eddie Dowling (host), Helen Morgan, Jack Pearl, Leon Errol. 29:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

76435. The Lucky Strike Hour. December 1, 1932. NBC net. Sponsored by: Lucky Strike, Cremo Cigars ("5 cents straight, 3 for 10 cents"). Cremo is the only cigar "finished under glass." The first tune is a hot arrangement of, "The Bugle Call Rag." Baron Munchausen tells "Sharlie" about his career as a pirate and how he found a treasure. The Baron describes his adventures on the bottom of the ocean. Walter O'Keefe (m.c.), George Olsen and His Orchestra, Ethel Shutta (vocal), Howard Claney (announcer), Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Charlie Chester (vocal), Dick Gardner (? vocalist, billed as "Hotcha Gardner"), Fran Frey (vocal), Bob Wright (vocal). 58:50. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

76443. The Lucky Strike Hour. December 8, 1932. NBC net. Sponsored by: Lucky Strike, Cremo Cigars ("5 cents straight, 3 for 10 cents"). The first tune is, "Shine." Baron Munchausen tells "Sharlie" about his accomplishments as an engineer and builder of bridges. Walter O'Keefe (m.c.), Abe Lyman and His Orchestra, Howard Claney (announcer), Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Frank Sylvano (vocal). 59:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

73764. The Lucky Strike Hour. April 27, 1933. Red net. Sponsored by: Lucky Strike. The program originates from The Palace Theatre, Dallas. The first selection is a medley, starting with, "I've Got Rhythm." "Baron Munchausen" tells Cliff Hall (as "Sharley") about his adventures as a fireman. The system cue has been deleted. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Ramona, Peggy Healy, Jack Fulton (vocal), Mike Pingatore (banjo), The Rhythm Boys. 60:19. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

73765. The Lucky Strike Hour. May 18, 1933. Red net. Sponsored by: Lucky Strike. The program originates from Chicago. The first selection is a medley, starting with, "Jericho." "Baron Munchausen" tells Cliff Hall (as "Sharley") about his adventures in the army. The show features a dance arrangement of, "The Bolero." Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Ramona, The Rhythm Boys, Jack Fulton, Peggy Healy, Mike Pingatore, Howard Claney (announcer). 61:37. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

38790. Nonsense and Melody. 1935. Program #1. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Originally produced and syndicated by Transco. A good show of this type. The excellent pop band features a hot steel guitarist and a dialect comedian who sounds just like Jack Pearl (as Baron Munchausen). Romance and song aboard an ocean liner, the first tune is, "All I Do Is Dream Of You." An unidentified tenor is twice referred to as, "Tom." The date is approximate. Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Jean Cowan, Jack Pearl (?). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

1672. Dedication Of The Fifty Kilowatt Transmitter. March 4, 1935. WOR, Newark, New Jersey. Sustaining. 8:00 P. M. A variety program from Carnegie Hall, as WOR, increases its power output to fifty-thousand watts. Bert Lahr, Borrah Minevitch and The Harmonica Rascals, Deems Taylor (host), Eddie Dowling, Edward Bowes, Ethel Merman, Fannie Hurst, Gabriel Heatter, Harry Hershfield, Jack Pearl, Jan Peerce, Jean Goldkette, Lanny Ross, Pat Padgett, Pick Malone, Ray Bolger, Sugar Kane (11 year old "Sweetheart of the air"), The Charioteers, The Pickens Sisters, Victor Moore, Wee Willie Robine, Tiny Ruffner, Harry Salter (conductor), Harlan Eugene Reid, Gene Buck (President of ASCAP), J. R. Poppele (Chief Engineer of WOR), The WOR Orchestra, Fie Dudley, William Gaxton, Frances Williams, Mischa Violin, Monsignor LaVelle, Jack Arthur, The Hometown Boys, Alfred McCosker (president of WOR), Eddie Brown, Elsie Janis, Gerte Jungberg (?), George Schackley (WOR, musical director), Ben Bernie, The WOR Piano Quintet, John Gambling (does a satire of his gym-class program), Sandra Svenska, Joseph Weber (president of The American Federation Of Musicians), The Moonbeams, Marilyn Duke, The Song Weavers, Jan Peerce. 2:52:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81902. The Jack Pearl Show. November 23, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "You Turned The Tables On Me." The band does a tightly-arranged, up-tempo "I've Got A Note." Baron Munchausen at the freak show. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Edythe Wright (vocal), Mae Questel, Robert Bernard, Paul Stewart (announcer). 28:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

81905. The Jack Pearl Show. November 30, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "With High Hat, Piccolo and Cane." Baron Muchausen describes his Thanksgiving dinner and his famous uncle. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Paul Stewart (announcer). 28:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

81922. The Jack Pearl Show. December 7, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Organ Grinder Swing." A early group of pun-filled Christmas jokes. One of the Baron's straightmen has a Russian accent (like Bert Gordon) and is referred to as "Algy." Jack and Mae appear as Adam and Eve in a scene from the Garden of Eden. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Paul Stewart (announcer). 28:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

82063. The Jack Pearl Show. December 14, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "In A Dancing Mood." The Baron tells lots of "fishy" jokes. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Paul Stewart (announcer), The Three Esquires. 28:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

82064. The Jack Pearl Show. December 21, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is a collegiate medley honoring the teams playing in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day (University of Washington, University of Pittsburgh). A visit from Santa Claus. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Paul Stewart (announcer), Edythe Wright (vocal). 27:48. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

82065. The Jack Pearl Show. December 28, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Head Over Heels In Love." The Baron tells about ailing relatives (such as his cousin who swallowed a bunch of firecrackers. He's had nothing but good reports!). The Baron runs an information bureau. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Edythe Wright (vocal). 28:18. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

82066. The Jack Pearl Show. January 4, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "One, Two, Button Your Shoe." The Baron and Sharlie go window shopping. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, The Three Esquires. 28:16. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

82067. The Jack Pearl Show. January 11, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "The Guragoo" (?). The Baron visits a pet shop. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Edythe Wright (vocal). 28:38. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

83674. The Jack Pearl Show. January 18, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "With Plenty Of Money and You." The Baron and "Sharlie" are en route to Atlantic City. The band does their famous arrangement of, "Marie." The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Morton Bowe, Mae Questel, Robert Bernard, Jack Leonard (vocal). 29:54. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete as above.

83675. The Jack Pearl Show. January 25, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Just You Fellows Sing." The Baron has outwitted Boris, "The Crazy Russian." The Baron and "Sharlie" arrive at the airport, they're heading to Florida. The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Morton Bowe, Robert Bernard, Edythe Wright (vocal). 29:20. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

83676. The Jack Pearl Show. February 1, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "This Year's Crop Of Kisses." Baron Munchausen and "Sharlie" are on their way to Havana. The system cue has been deleted. An announcement is made that the Louisville, Kentucky factory that manufactures Raleigh cigarettes has not been affected by the flood. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Edythe Wright (vocal). 29:51. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

83677. The Jack Pearl Show. February 8, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "I've Got A Heavy Date." The Baron and "Sharlie" remain in Havana with the orchestra. The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Edythe Wright (vocal), Bert Gordon, The Three Esquires. 29:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

92614. Monster Benefit For The American Red Cross. February 11, 1937. 4 network pool feed, independent stations. Sponsored by: Wrigley's Spearmint Gum (commercials suspended). The program originates from The Radio City Music Hall. It's a benefit for the relief of victims of the floods in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys. The program is very disorganized with long pauses between several of the performers. Graham McNamee sounds as if he had been grabbed just at the last minute and pushed on stage. He introduces Dudley Diggs (who's nowhere in sight), then Olga Baclanova, but he has no idea of what she's going to sing. Hardly anyone even mentions the flood or the Red Cross. Although the audio is listed as "very good to excellent condition" below, the final 30 minutes of this recording is only "fair." Deems Taylor, Walter Damrosch, Igor Stravinsky (conducts excerpts from his composition, "The Firebird"), Lucrezia Bori, George Jessel (second m. c., don't miss his story about a Roumanian dinner), Ethel Merman (in great voice, singing a medley of her hits), The Rockettes (appearing on the air for the first time, which is understandable, as their performance is purely visual. They are billed as, "Roxy and The Rockettes"), Tamara (singing the song she made famous from "Roberta," "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"), Erno Rappe's Orchestra, Leo Reisman (conductor), Gertrude Lawrence (singing "Limehouse Blues"), Reginald Gardiner (imitates wallpaper, a locomotive and the Hindenberg), Helen Hayes, Ruth Gordon, Evelyn Laye, Milton Berle (trades wisecrackes with Hope, and is topped by him), Bob Hope (sings, "Invitation To A Dance," and chokes up while doing it), Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians (Glee-Club), Kitty Carlisle (sings a delightful, "Gianina Mia"), Borrah Minevitch (and his harmonica group do a visual act that keeps the audience in stitches, they then play a mind-boggling suite from, "Scherezade"), James Barton (m.c., and obviously unprepared), The Tyrolian Slap Dancers (from "The White Horse Inn"), Bert Lahr (sings "Woodman, Spare That Tree"), Luise Rainer (plays the "Telephone Scene" from "The Great Zeigfeld"), Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Graham McNamee (introduced as, "The greatest announcer since the inception of radio"), Roland Young, Ernest Truex (in a skit called, "The Mother Tongue"), Olga Baclanova (soprano), Burgess Meredith (sings!), Estelle Taylor, Henry Hull, Imogene Coca (introduced as going to do a striptease, but only music is heard), Fiorello La Guardia (first speaker heard), Noel Coward (m.c.). 2:28:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

83678. The Jack Pearl Show. February 15, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." The system cue has been deleted. Baron Munchausen and "Sharlie" arrive in Rio de Janero. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe. 29:26. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete as above.

83679. The Jack Pearl Show. February 22, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "That Foolish Feeling." The system cue has been deleted. It's Baron Munchausen's birthday. He's back in New York at his "Information Bureau." Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, John McIntire, Edythe Wright, Jeanette Nolan. 29:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

83680. The Jack Pearl Show. March 1, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "The Jamboree." The system cue has been deleted. Baron Munchausen and "Sharlie" are en route to Antarctica and "Little America." Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, The Three Esquires, Edythe Wright, Brad Barker. 29:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

83681. The Jack Pearl Show. March 8, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Swing That Music." The system cue has been deleted. Baron Muchausen and "Sharlie" are in Cairo. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Brad Barker, The Three Esquires. 28:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

83682. The Jack Pearl Show. March 15, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Slumming On Park Avenue." Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Adelaide Klein, The Three Esquires. 29:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

83683. The Jack Pearl Show. March 22, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "When The Poppies Bloom Again." The system cue has been deleted. One of the announcers starts the program by spelling the sponsor's name, but he spells "Raleigh" incorrectly! Baron Munchausen and "Sharlie" are in the Alps. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Adelaide Klein, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, The Three Esquires. 29:21. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

83684. The Jack Pearl Show. March 29, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "I've Got Beginner's Luck." Baron Munchausen and "Sharlie" are back in their New York "Information Bureau." The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Edythe Wright (vocal), Paul Stewart (announcer). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

83685. The Jack Pearl Show. April 5, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Jammin'." The system cue has been deleted. Baron Munchausen returns to Broadway. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Robert Bernard, Morton Bowe, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Edythe Wright (vocal), Paul Stewart (announcer). 29:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

78019. The Jack Pearl Show. April 12, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Wake Up and Live." It's Spring, and Baron Munchausen is feeling good! The Baron and Sharlie decide to go on a picnic, but a visit to a department store comes first. The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Edythe Wright (vocal), Jack Leonard (vocal), Paul Stewart (announcer). 29:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

78020. The Jack Pearl Show. April 19, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "How Could You?" The Baron and Sharlie plan to attend the house-warming party being given by Boris, the crazy Russian. The Baron has eaten "baseball pancakes" (they're made with a batter)! The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Edythe Wright (vocal). 28:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

78021. The Jack Pearl Show. April 26, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Jamboree." The Baron and Sharlie are on the Sixth Avenue elevated train, heading for a Radio City broadcast. The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Edythe Wright (vocal), The Three Esquires. 28:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

78022. The Jack Pearl Show. May 3, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "I Never Knew." The Baron and Sharlie are aboard a train, returning from a consultation with a nerve specialist. The band plays its "famous" arrangement of, "Marie." The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Edythe Wright (vocal). 28:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

78023. The Jack Pearl Show. May 10, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "To A Sweet and Pretty thing." The Baron and Sharlie are in a bus, heading towards a night baseball game. Morton Bowe sings, "Rio Rita" while Tommy Dorsey swings! The cast does, "Uncle Tom's Cabin," with Baron Munchausen as "Uncle Tom!" The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), The Three Esquires, Kay Remley, Dwight Weist. 29:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

78024. The Jack Pearl Show. May 17, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "They All Laughed." Baron Munchausen and Sharlie are trying to hitch-hike home after their car broke down. They consider running a radio contest. The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Edythe Wright (vocal), Jack Leonard (vocal). 28:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

78025. The Jack Pearl Show. May 24, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Good Morning." Baron Munchausen and Sharlie at the race track. The system cue has been deleted. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Paul Stewart (announcer), Edythe Wright (vocal). 28:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

90965. The Jack Pearl Show. June 4, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "The Foolish Feeling." Baron Muchausen and Sharlie perform, "East Lynn." Don't miss the first commercial done in rhyme with drum rhythm. Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Morton Bowe, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Edythe Wright (vocal), Paul Stewart (announcer), Kay Remley. 29:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

90966. The Jack Pearl Show. June 11, 1937. NBC net. Sponsored by: Raleigh, Kool. The first tune is, "Can't You Hear Mountain Music?" Baron Muchausen and Sharlie do a pirate story titled, "The Adventures Of Captain Kidd." Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Edythe Wright (vocal), Paul Stewart (announcer), Jack Leonard (vocal), Morton Bowe. 29:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

39737. Saturday Night Bondwagon. December 12, 1942. Mutual net. "A Yankee Doodle Minstrel Show". Sustaining. Tiny Ruffner (interlocutor), Larry Elliott (announcer), Bea Wain, Jack Pearl (as "Baron Munchausen"), Pat Padgett, Pick Malone, Cliff Hall (as "Sharlie"), Monty Woolley, Ezio Pinza, The WOR Orchestra, Merle Kendrick (conductor). 26:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21994. Hollywood's Open House. July 15, 1948. Program #32. General Entertainment Corporation syndication. Commercials added locally. Francis sings a hot, "Boogie Woogie Washerwoman." The date is subject to correction. Francis Faye, Jack Pearl, Jim Ameche (host), Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. 28:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

25601. Spotlighting New York. October 25, 1948. WOR, New York. Sponsored by: The Park Central Hotel. The program originates from, "The Latin Quarter," New York City. Harry interviews Mayor (New York) O'Dwyer and Ted Lewis. Jack Pearl calls in by telephone. Harry's first joke doesn't get a laugh...barely a titter! Harry Hershfield, William O'Dwyer, Ted Lewis, Jack Pearl. 29:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49310. The Big Show. March 11, 1951. NBC net. Sponsored by: Anacin, RCA, Chesterfield. Evelyn Knight sings, "I Remember The Cornfields." Billy Eckstine sings, "If." Bob Burns tells stories about his home back in Van Buren, Arkansas, and briefly plays his bazooka. Smith and Dale do the Dr. Kronkeit routine with Jean Courtney as the nurse. It's still funny! Jimmy Durante and Eddie Jackson sing, "Bill Bailey." Jack Pearl and Cliff Hall appear as, "Baron Munchausen" and "Sharlie." Tallulah reads a very touching essay about a dog, written by O. McIntyre. Billy Eckstine, Bing Crosby, Bob Burns, Bob Hope, Celeste Holm, Cliff Hall, Dee Englebach (producer, director), Ed Herlihy (announcer), Eddie Jackson, Evelyn Knight, Frank Wilson (narrator), George Foster (writer), Goodman Ace, Jack Pearl, Jean Courtney, Jimmy Durante, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Morton Green (writer), O. McIntyre (author), Selma Diamond (writer), Smith and Dale, Joe Smith (of "Smith and Dale"), Charles Dale (of "Smith and Dale"), Tallulah Bankhead. 89:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10166. The Big Show. November 18, 1951. Program #60. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Tallulah does a routine with Gertrude Berg and Roslyn Siber as "Molly Goldberg" and "Rosalie." Maxine Sullivan sings, "Loch Lomond." The program is complete as re-released by AFRS, but is a condensation of a ninety-minute program. Tallulah Bankhead, Gertrude Berg, Yul Brynner, Jack Pearl, Maxine Sullivan, Fred Allen, Cliff Hall, Jimmy Wallington (announcer). 29:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

20211. Strike It Rich. January 2, 1952. CBS-TV net. Sponsored by: Vel, Cashmere Bouquet, Lustre-Creme. "Helping Hand" guest: Jack Pearl (Baron Munchausen) and a surprise visit from his straight-man Cliff Hall. Guest Nina Foch wants 350 pairs of roller skates for orphans, a trip to Arizona for an asthmatic boy. Jack Pearl, Nina Foch. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

227. Biographies In Sound. May 15, 1956. NBC net. "Recollections At Thirty". Sustaining. "A salute to network radio on its thirtieth anniversary." Excerpts heard: The Kansas City Nighthawks, Bob and Ray, The First National Speed Crocheting Contest (1939), famous news bulletins and reports, excerpts from Toscanini broadcasts, Ben Grauer describes the conclusion of Toscanini's last broadcast, an Arch Oboler broadcast, "One Man's Family (Chapter 8, Book 29)," "Pot Of Gold," "Information Please," "The Fred Allen Show," "The Kraft Music Hall," "Vic and Sade," many other brief excerpts. Al Jolson, Arch Oboler, Arturo Toscanini, Ben Bernie (panelist), Bernardine Flynn, Bert Silan, Bill Stern, Bob Elliott (Johnson's Back Plaster commercial), Charles Correll, Clarence Hartzell, Clem McCarthy, Cliff Hall, Clifton Fadiman (host), Don Bell, Don McNeill, Edgar Bergen, Fred Allen, Freeman Gosden, Groucho Marx, H. V. Kaltenborn, Harry Truman, Horace Heidt (narrator, vocal), Huey Long, Jack Pearl, Jerome Jacobs (writer, producer), Jim Jordan, Jimmy Durante, John Kieran, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Leon Pearson, Little Jack Little, Marian Jordan, Ben Grauer, Pat Kelly (producer), Ralph Howard Peterson, Ray Goulding (Johnson's Back Plaster commercial), The Kansas City Nighthawks, W. C. Fields, Walter Damrosch, Westbrook Van Voorhis. 53:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46209. Recollections At Thirty. December 12, 1956. NBC net. Sustaining. Lanny Ross on The Maxwell House Showboat sings "Dream Lover." Jack Pearl and Rudy Vallee on "The Rudy Vallee Show." Floyd Gibbons describes the Connecticut River Valley Flood of 1936. Carmen Miranda sings two songs (1939), Art Tatum on "The Magic Key" (1935), John Barrymore, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy on The Chase and Sanborn Hour. Ed Herlihy (host), Fred Collins (announcer), Lanny Ross, Jack Pearl, Rudy Vallee, Floyd Gibbons, Carmen Miranda, Art Tatum, John Barrymore, Edgar Bergen, Lennie Hayton and His Orchestra. 25:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19933. Whatever Became Of.... February 1966. WBAI-FM, New York. "Baron Von Munchausen". Sustaining. Richard Lamparski interviews Jack Pearl. Vas you dere Sharlie? Richard Lamparski, Jack Pearl. 32:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

76821. The Golden Age Of Radio. 1970. WTIC, Hartford, Connecticut. Sponsored by: Burrett Mutual Savings Bank (commercials deleted). The date is approximate. A rebroadcast of WAMU-FM, Washington, D. C. on November 17, 2002. A salute to, "The Comedy Years Of Radio." An interesting discussion, plus excerpts. Peter Donald, Jack Pearl, Will Jordan, Ed Corcoran (host), Ira Shprintzen (as straightman "Sharlie" for Jack Pearl), Bob Scherago (engineer), Norm Peters (announcer), Brian Hartnett (producer, editor), Dick Betel (host). 50:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

9582. Radiola Records. Program #1. "Jest Like Old Times". Commercial release. Excerpts of old comedy radio shows. Bert Lahr, Billy Jones, Ernie Hare, Jack Pearl, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick (Stoopnagle and Budd, Ed Wynn), Edgar Bergen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Joe Penner, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Fanny Brice. 57:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

18104. The Golden Days Of Radio. AFRTS origination. A program of radio comedians. Jerry Colonna's first radio appearance (with Fred Allen), Amos 'n Andy, many more. Frank Bresee, Ed Wynn, Tom Howard, George Shelton, Pick Malone, Pat Padgett, Freeman Gosden, Charles Correll, F. Chase Taylor (Colonel Stoopnagle), Jerry Colonna, Fred Allen, Walter Winchell, Ben Bernie, Edgar Bergen, John Barrymore, Jack Pearl, Rudy Vallee. 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

Report contains 49 programs.