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Little Jack Little
Little Jack Little
13 Episodes
1 Volume
He was a piano playing musician, but also a vaudevillian, a bandleader, a USO entertainer.

13 1
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Henry Morgan
Henry Morgan
21 Episodes
1 Volume
Henry Morgan was a professional humorist, but network executives and his sponsors would argue that his business was making their lives miserable. Fans tuned in to hear what he had to say, and that is what kept him on the air.

21 1
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Spike Jones
Spike Jones
109 Episodes
1 Volume
The hilariously popular Spike Jones!

109 1
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Christmas Sing With Bing
Christmas Sing With Bing
8 Episodes
1 Volume
After missing Christmas 1954 on the air, Bing Crosby began a new tradition with 'A Christmas Sing.'

8 1
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Walter Mondale
Walter Mondale
40 Episodes
1 Volume
Mondale was a lawyer and politician who servers as Vice President to Jimmy Carter from 1977-1981.

40 1
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Eddy Arnold
Eddy Arnold
5 Episodes
1 Volume
Eddy Arnold, "The Tennessee Plowboy, was a cowboy singer with a powerful set of lungs. Slip on your boots and start your toes tappin' because Eddy's in town and he's belting them out with gusto!

5 1
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Kate Smith
Kate Smith
36 Episodes
1 Volume
Larger than Life Contralto Presents Singing and Variety

36 1
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Danny Thomas
Danny Thomas
37 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the funniest actors to work in Radio and TV, Danny Thomas's greatest contribution was founding the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

37 1
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Bob Burns Show
Bob Burns Show
16 Episodes
1 Volume
This comedy show debuted in September 1941 as The Arkansas Traveler. Featuring the music of Spike Jones, the show featured Bob Burns playing his "Bazooka," a homemade instrument that he made from a whiskey funnel and two gas pipes.

16 1
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Ann Rutherford
Ann Rutherford
31 Episodes
1 Volume
Best remembered for playing Scarlett's sister in Gone with the Wind, Ann Rutherford appeared in more than 60 pictures and was featured as Andy Hardy's girlfriend.

31 1
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Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey
48 Episodes
1 Volume
Popular Swing Musician and Trombone Honker!

48 1
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Howie Chizek
Howie Chizek
30 Episodes
1 Volume
This collection is for those who remembered listening to Howie Chizek, and for those who are experiencing him for the first time.

30 1
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Fred Astaire
Fred Astaire
17 Episodes
1 Volume
His film and stage career lasted an outstanding 76 years and he made 31 music films, often with the lovely Ginger Rogers. Fred Astaire made music with his feet and the sound of his shoes harmonizes with musical score on these old time radio shows.He even had his own show, The Fred Astaire Show, which is included in this collection of his radio appearances.

17 1
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Ann Harding
Ann Harding
6 Episodes
1 Volume
After growing up as an Army Brat, Ann Harding found the creativity of acting a welcome contrast to life in the military.

6 1
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Barbara Jean Wong
Barbara Jean Wong
56 Episodes
1 Volume
Barbara Jean Wong was a fourth generation Chinese-American who began her performance career at the age of five and was soon dubbed the Chinese-American Shirley Temple.

56 1
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Alida Valli
Alida Valli
4 Episodes
1 Volume
Both Benito Mussolini and David O. Selznick called Alida Valli the most beautiful woman in the world but she never found long-lasting Hollywood success.

4 1
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Jack Kirkwood
Jack Kirkwood
71 Episodes
1 Volume
was well known for his repeated role on The Bob Hope Show. Some call Jack Kirkwood Bob Hope's second banana, but in actuality Hope often played the straight man to Kirkwood's hijinks. This extensive compilation contains The Jack Kirkwood Show, many of his guest appearances, and a rare recording of At Home with The Kirkwoods.

71 1
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George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw
12 Episodes
1 Volume
Sometimes referred to as the second greatest writer of English after Shakespeare, George Bernard Shaw saw the transformations of society from the Victorian Age through the post-WWII period.

12 1
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Jack Paar Show
Jack Paar Show
16 Episodes
1 Volume
A Summer Replacement Funny Man for Jack Benny in 1947!

16 1
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Guy Lombardo
Guy Lombardo
54 Episodes
1 Volume
As a boy, Guy Lombardo put together a band with his brothers in their father's tailor shop, later they would become the Royal Canadians and Guy would be known as "Mr. New Years's Eve".

54 1
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Al Jennings
Al Jennings
1 Episodes
1 Volume
A genuine Old West Outlaw, Al Jennings found more success in Hollywood than in crime or politics.

1 1
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Jimmy Durante
Jimmy Durante
47 Episodes
1 Volume
By the late 1940s, Jimmy "Schnozzola" Durante was such a showbiz institution that guest stars would line up to appear on his broadcast.

47 1
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Morton Downey
Morton Downey
31 Episodes
1 Volume
Nicknamed the "The Irish Nightingale", Morton Downey's was a popular recording artist and songwriter in the 1930s and 1940s penning tunes like" Sweeten Up Your Smile."

31 1
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Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
35 Episodes
1 Volume
Everyone's Favorite Deep Voice German Frau!

35 1
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Barbara Hale
Barbara Hale
7 Episodes
1 Volume
Barbara Hale Collection: Closely associated with the character of Della Street from TV's Perry Mason series, Barbara Hale regularly appeared in old time radio.

7 1
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Hildegardes Radio Room
Hildegardes Radio Room
52 Episodes
1 Volume
The blonde siren songbird is best known for her signature tune, "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup." Hildegarde's Radio Room included co-conspirators as Phil Regan, Burgess Meredith, Clifton Webb, Patsy Kelly, and Xavier Cugat.

52 1
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Mary Margaret McBride
Mary Margaret McBride
7 Episodes
1 Volume
Mary Margaret McBride was known for treating her interviewees as a friends asking engaging and insightful questions

7 1
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Bert Lahr
Bert Lahr
20 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known as "The Cowardly Lion" in The Wizard of Oz, Bert Lahr got his start at age 15 after running away from home to join a juvenile vaudeville troupe where he was known for his rubber-faced antics.

20 1
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Mel Torme
Mel Torme
39 Episodes
1 Volume
Tagged the Velvet Fog, Mel Tormé was one of the smoothest and most musical of all the great crooners.

39 1
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Mayor La Guardia
Mayor La Guardia
35 Episodes
1 Volume
Fiorello H. La Guardia was the reform-minded Mayor of New York City from 1934 to 1945, known for his public works projects, transportation improvements, and anti-corruption efforts.

35 1
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Beatrice Kay
Beatrice Kay
12 Episodes
1 Volume
Beatrice Kay was an American singer, vaudevillian, music hall performer, and stage and film actress.

12 1
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Jane Powell
Jane Powell
18 Episodes
1 Volume
She was the eternal “girl next door” Jane Powell and got her start singing in motion pictures.

18 1
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Ben Lyon
Ben Lyon
6 Episodes
1 Volume
A successful film actor whose career spanned the silent and talking film eras, as an executive for Twentieth Century Fox Ben Lyon was responsible for discovering Marilyn Monroe.

6 1
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Beatrice Lillie
Beatrice Lillie
15 Episodes
1 Volume
The funniest woman in the World, Beatrice Lillie was thrown out of a church choir at the age of eight for making the boys giggle during services.

15 1
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Bert Lytell
Bert Lytell
7 Episodes
1 Volume
Although his film career essentially ended with the dawn of talking pictures, Bert Lytell remained an important presence on stage and radio.

7 1
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Steve Lawrence Show
Steve Lawrence Show
32 Episodes
1 Volume
Known from husband and wife duo Steve and Eydie performed a syndicated program for US Army Recruiting.

32 1
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Andy Williams
Andy Williams
8 Episodes
1 Volume
After starting in a vocal quartet with his brothers, Andy Williams became one of the most successful vocalists in show business.

8 1
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Victor Borge
Victor Borge
46 Episodes
1 Volume
Presenting some of the Best Performances by the "Clown Prince of Denmark."

46 1
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Betsy Drake
Betsy Drake
9 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for being Cary Grant's third wife and his longest marriage, Betsy Drake was also a writer and a survivor of the SS Andrea Doria sinking.

9 1
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Douglas MacArthur
Douglas MacArthur
17 Episodes
1 Volume
Douglas MacArthur served as US General of the Army and field marshal to the Philippine Army. As Chief of Staff of the Army during the 1930s, he played a prominent role in the Pacific theater during WWII.

17 1
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Henry Kissinger
Henry Kissinger
49 Episodes
1 Volume
Critics say that as secretary of state towards the end of the Vietnam War; he lost his war.

49 1
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Jack Smith Show
Jack Smith Show
5 Episodes
1 Volume
Hear one of the most famous radio crooners of the 1940s smile his way through every song in this popular musical variety program, The Jack Smith Show.

5 1
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Milton Berle Show
Milton Berle Show
63 Episodes
1 Volume
Uncle Milty will always be "Mister Television", but he was side-splitting on radio as well. Tune into The Milton Berle Show.

63 1
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Les Brown
Les Brown
54 Episodes
1 Volume
Les Brown and his Band of Renown was one of the longest-running acts in Swing Music

54 1
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Adlai Stevenson
Adlai Stevenson
48 Episodes
1 Volume
If not for his off the cuff exchange in 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, we might not be alive today to enjoy this Adlai Stevenson collection.

48 1
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Herbert Hoover
Herbert Hoover
35 Episodes
1 Volume
The first US President born west of the Mississippi, Herbert Hoover was president during the earliest years of old time radio.

35 1
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Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
11 Episodes
1 Volume
The Warner Bros publicity department tagged her as Hollywood's Oomph Girl, and Ann Sheridan had enough oomph to keep working until the very end of her tragically short life.

11 1
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Lena Horne
Lena Horne
17 Episodes
1 Volume
Singing sensation of stage and screen, Lena Horne performed for audiences in the Cotton Club, for major MGM movies, in the USO, Broadway, and multiple radio and television appearances.

17 1
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Charlie Barnet
Charlie Barnet
28 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the Jazzmen who embodied the joy of the Jazz world was saxophonist and bandleader Charlie Barnet.

28 1
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Meredith Willson
Meredith Willson
44 Episodes
1 Volume
Famous and Creative "Chiffon Swing" Composer!

44 1
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Barry Goldwater
Barry Goldwater
29 Episodes
1 Volume
Politician and US Air Force officer, Barry Goldwater was a five-term U.S. Senator from Arizona and the Republican Party President nominee in 1964 who fought for civil rights and desegregation.

29 1
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Barry Sullivan
Barry Sullivan
37 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known in Old Time Radio for taking over the role of The Saint from Vincent Price for two episodes, Barry Sullivan was the sort of actor who was able to continually find work in films and TV.

37 1
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Barbara Britton
Barbara Britton
48 Episodes
1 Volume
During the early part of her career Barbara Britton appeared in a number of guy films, swashbucklers and Westerns. She found great success as The Revlon Girl on TV's The $64,000 Question and appeared on more than 100 magazine covers in one 24 month period.

48 1
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Audrey Totter
Audrey Totter
17 Episodes
1 Volume
Although she specialized in playing a tough-talking dame in MGM noir classics, Audrey Totter was an incredibly nice lady in real life as well as on Radio Row.

17 1
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Jessica Dragonette
Jessica Dragonette
25 Episodes
1 Volume
Known as early radio's "Star of Stars", the "Princess of Song", "Sweetheart of the Air" and "Queen of Radio", this diminutive soprano was one of the most popular voices in the early days of radio.

25 1
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Audie Murphy
Audie Murphy
6 Episodes
1 Volume
The most decorated soldier of WWII, Audie Murphy went on to enjoy a twenty-year career in Hollywood.

6 1
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Art Baker
Art Baker
56 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the most popular announcers in Hollywood, Art Baker got his start giving talks at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

56 1
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Paul Whiteman
Paul Whiteman
31 Episodes
1 Volume
Performances by The King of Jazz!

31 1
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George Wallace
George Wallace
34 Episodes
1 Volume
"Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever."  Those were the famous introductory words by George Wallace to the American people.

34 1
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Red Nichols
Red Nichols
36 Episodes
1 Volume
A child prodigy trained as a classical musician, Red Nichols would reshape Jazz.

36 1
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Alan Young Show
Alan Young Show
49 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for his role in "Mr Ed", Alan Young's summer radio show replacement was "routine situation comedy" laced with "rapid-fire gags."

49 1
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Eddie Bracken
Eddie Bracken
40 Episodes
1 Volume
Star of stage, screen, and radio. He made significant contributions to all three beginning at nine-years-old in vaudeville, eventually moving on to Broadway.

40 1
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Arthur Miller
Arthur Miller
19 Episodes
1 Volume
Arguably the most important American playwright of the Twentieth Century, Arthur Miller's life was colored by his politics and family experience. He is best known for the classic play The Death of a Salesman, a poignant commentary on the American Dream.

19 1
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Ginny Simms
Ginny Simms
35 Episodes
1 Volume
Born in Texas and raised in California, Ginny Sims knew a thing or two about sunshine, and everyone who heard her sing knew it! She almost married Kay Kyser, but left the Ol' Professor’s band to start her own radio show.

35 1
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Two Ton Baker
Two Ton Baker
12 Episodes
1 Volume
Dick Baker was one of the jolliest music makers on the Chicago scene and a constant presence on WGN radio and TV.

12 1
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Celeste Holm
Celeste Holm
23 Episodes
1 Volume
Although she enjoyed success in Hollywood and on Broadway, Celeste Holm's December marriage to a man half her age brought unwanted notoriety at the end of her life.

23 1
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Abe Burrows Show
Abe Burrows Show
26 Episodes
1 Volume
After a long career in radio writing and directing, Burrows took a break to perform songs he wrote at nightclubs. These songs became so popular that he was invited to start his own old time radio show.

26 1
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Churchill (Winston) Recordings
Churchill (Winston) Recordings
114 Episodes
1 Volume
Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of United Kingdom during WWII and great orator, wrote his own speeches and delivered them on many radio broadcasts.

114 1
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Harry James Show
Harry James Show
20 Episodes
1 Volume
Big Band Entertainment and Trumped Tooting

20 1
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Ira Cook Show
Ira Cook Show
24 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the AFRTS most popular DJs was Ira Cook whose personality comes shining through in every one of his recorded broadcasts; he is a white collared, narrow tie-wearing square, but he had an appreciation for popular music

24 1
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George Sanders
George Sanders
9 Episodes
1 Volume
With his haughty upper-class British accent, sleek and suave mannerisms, and somehow superior and threatening presence, he was in constant demand for supporting roles in A-pictures.

9 1
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Marie Windsor
Marie Windsor
8 Episodes
1 Volume
Before she was the bad-girl "queen of the B's", Marie Windsor appeared in radio dramas to attention of an MGM scout who gave her a contract and moved her back to Hollywood.

8 1
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Debbie Reynolds
Debbie Reynolds
9 Episodes
1 Volume
She stumbled into show business after winning the Ms Burbank contest and had one of the longest careers in Hollywood.

9 1
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Ray Anthony Show
Ray Anthony Show
4 Episodes
1 Volume
A trumpet player who hailed from The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Ray Anthony Show was syndicated by the recruiting division of the Marine Corp Reserve.

4 1
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Cab Calloway
Cab Calloway
16 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for his creative vocalizations or scatting and his catchphrase "hi-de-hi-de-ho."

16 1
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Pickens Sisters
Pickens Sisters
5 Episodes
1 Volume
Just three little girls, Helen, Jane, and Patti from Macon, Georgia, who grew up singing together and they became the toast of Manhattan.

5 1
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Robert Frost
Robert Frost
2 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the most important and influential American literary figures of the twentieth century, Robert Frost gave voice to a rural New England at a time that America was becoming more urbanized.

2 1
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Mary Astor
Mary Astor
27 Episodes
1 Volume
As a teenager, she began her in the silent era and is best known for her role in The Maltese Falcon.

27 1
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Gabriel Heatter
Gabriel Heatter
7 Episodes
1 Volume
Classic commentary from the optimistic newsman Gabriel Heatter, the broadcaster with the "good news tonight."

7 1
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Roland Young
Roland Young
27 Episodes
1 Volume
Roland Young worked on several broadcasts promoting his films, notably on Lux Radio Theater and MGM’s Good News series and was part of the company for The Dinah Shore Program during the 1943-44 season.

27 1
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Phil Baker
Phil Baker
30 Episodes
1 Volume
His earliest stage successes were in Boston area amateur shows, but he is best known on radio for hosting Take It Or Leave It, which eventually became The $64 Question. Guest Appearances by the Zany Baker and his Feisty Heckler!

30 1
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Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando
5 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the greatest actors in American cinema, Marlon Brando was known for method acting and gripping realism that he brought to his performances.

5 1
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Susan Peters
Susan Peters
10 Episodes
1 Volume
After an hunting accident that left her wheelchair bound, Susan Peters found more work on radio than in film.

10 1
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Fred Stone
Fred Stone
2 Episodes
1 Volume
Born in 1873, he began appearing in circuses and minstrel shows as an acrobat and tightrope walker and later he worked on the stage version of The Wizard of Oz.

2 1
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Jack Berch
Jack Berch
6 Episodes
1 Volume
A daytime alternative to soap operas, The Jack Berch Show offered light hearted variety and music for housewives.

6 1
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Leslie Howard
Leslie Howard
14 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for his role in Gone with the Wind, Leslie Howard joined the war effort and used his talents for the allied forces.

14 1
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Joan Bennett
Joan Bennett
35 Episodes
1 Volume
With her first appearance in film at the age of six, Joan Bennett moved to Hollywood to star in 1929 Bulldog Drummond.

35 1
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Gene Kelly
Gene Kelly
33 Episodes
1 Volume
Athletic and graceful, Gene Kelly danced his way into the hearts of Americans everywhere with his handsome looks and toe-tapping moves.

33 1
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Edie Adams
Edie Adams
4 Episodes
1 Volume
A graduate of Juilliard and the Columbia School of Drama, Edie Adams worked on Broadway before relocating to California with her husband Ernie Kovacs.

4 1
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Spencer Tracy
Spencer Tracy
21 Episodes
1 Volume
Considered one of the best actors in Hollywood, Spencer Tracy's career spanned 37 years.

21 1
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Greta Garbo
Greta Garbo
6 Episodes
1 Volume
Known as a Swedish silent screen icon, Greta Garbo stunned the world when talkies took over the silver screen.

6 1
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Sydney Smith
Sydney Smith
38 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for his roles on Adventures of Ellery Queen and Cavalcade of America, Sydney Smith got his start Orson Welles' Shakespeare adaptations.

38 1
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Joe DeRita
Joe DeRita
4 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for his portrayal of Curly in the Three Stooges, Joe DeRita brought big belly laughs to old time radio.

4 1
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Ethel Merman
Ethel Merman
15 Episodes
1 Volume
Known as the "First Lady of the musical comedy stage", Ethel Merman was a force of nature with a booming voice and a magnetic stage and screen presence.

15 1
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Jackie Robinson Radio Shots
Jackie Robinson Radio Shots
90 Episodes
1 Volume
Baseball legend, Jackie Robinson takes to the airwaves to interview celebrities of the day and answer questions from listeners.

90 1
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Myrna Loy
Myrna Loy
23 Episodes
1 Volume
Striking starlet with exotic good looks, Myrna Loy as Nora Charles in The Thin Man films and reprised her movie roles on Lux Radio Theater, Silver Theater, and Screen Guild Theater.

23 1
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John Garfield
John Garfield
37 Episodes
1 Volume
Growing up in a street gang, John Garfield turned to method acting and moved to Hollywood.

37 1
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Jessica Tandy
Jessica Tandy
32 Episodes
1 Volume
During the 1930s, she built a solid reputation on the London stage, Jessica Tandy made her American film debut in the Spencer Tracy vehicle The Seventh Cross.

32 1
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Houdini Recordings
Houdini Recordings
7 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the greatest magicians of all time, Harry Houdini made a career out of escaping restraints including being riveted into boilers, chained in mail sacks or nailed into shipping crates (often dropped into deep water).

7 1
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Katharine Hepburn
Katharine Hepburn
10 Episodes
1 Volume
The First Lady of Cinema was known for her athletic build and her strong outspoken personality.

10 1
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