Soap Opera (1939 - 60)
Post Cereal, one of the many
Barbara Weeks Advertised in Young Dr Malone Sponsored by General Food and Post Cereals, this cereal serial has it all – love, jealousy, hate, crippling diseases, rich philanthropists, treacherous characters, death and marriage. Dr. Jerry Malone (played by Alan Bunch, Carl Frank, Charles Irving, and Sandy Becker who later had a children's show with puppets where he tried to remove the holes from Swiss cheese), his wife Ann (Elizabeth Reller, then Barbara Weeks who played in 50s B movies and was attacked by a leopard during one filming), and daughter Jill (played by child impersonator Madeleine Pierce) live in the sweet little village of Three Oaks.
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This collection comprises many of the 1950s recordings. Drama ensues: During WWII, Jerry goes off to war, is presumed dead, and later comes home to his wife in the arms of another lover! Jerry becomes crippled after a blood transfusion! Ann dies! Little Jill blossoms into a young woman and (the grande finale) gets married! Get out your hankies and put a shocked expression on your face, because the doctor is IN!
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