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Marilyn Maxwell Collection

Born with a marquee-ready name, Marvel Marilyn Maxwell, she was known as “the other Marilyn”.

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Marilyn Maxwell

She was “the other Marilyn”.

Making comparisons between Marilyn Maxwell and Marilyn Monroe is not hard to do. Both made their screen reputations as beautiful blondes. They both had lovely figures and were typecast in “dumb blonde” roles. Both Marilyn’s were targeted by powerful men in Hollywood to be used and abused. However similar their lives and careers may have appeared, comparing them too closely does a disservice to both.

Marilyn MaxwellAnother important similarity is the influence their mothers had on putting them on the paths they found through life. In the case of Norma Jean Baker, her mother was hardly fit to be one, leaving the future Marilyn in foster care and eventually a ward of the state. When Anne Maxwell’s second child was born a girl on August 3, 1922, in Clarinda, Iowa, she was filled with dreams and ambitions that her little girl would grow up to be a star, so she gave her a marquee-ready name, Marvel Marilyn Maxwell. Since she was going to be the mother of an important and glamorous star, she soon became bored with her insurance salesman husband and left him when little Marvel was five.

Anne took her kids on the road with her as she traveled the country as an accompanist for Ruth St. Denis, a pioneer of modern dance. Marvel’s life revolved around singing and dancing lessons, and when she wasn’t on the road with her mother, she was on stage at the local Kiwanis Club or the Elks Lodge. When her brother began managing a local radio station, he hired Marvel to sing on the air. Local band-leaders heard her on the air, and she was hired by a progression of bigger acts until she joined up with the Harry Weems Orchestra in 1939 and was heard on To Beat the Band. Weems had enough confidence in her that he paid her tuition to study at the Pasadena Playhouse with an eye towards going into pictures. He told her he knew she would get a big studio contract and pay him back.

She left the Playhouse after a failed screen test with Paramount in 1942, and she went on a six-month camp tour with the USO. When she got home she was greeted by a contract MGM. The studio set about giving her “the glamour treatment”; straightening her teeth, dying her blonde locks red and then a more alluring blond, and dressing her in the finest gowns. They also told her that Marvel would not work as a star’s name (even though that is why Anne Maxwell chose it) so she began going by her middle name.

At first the studio assigned her to a series of bit parts, and eventually she was featured in Salute to the Marines (1943), but audiences began to take notice when she became Van Johnson’s love interest in the Dr. Gillespie series. Johnson’s character was a bit of a wolf, but he had to be on his toes to get away from Maxwell’s doctor-hungry character. Van and Marilyn made an attractive couple on screen, but even though they were in three Gillespie pictures together, the publicity department did little to play it up. The feeling was that Marilyn had obviously “been around”.

Marilyn MaxwellMarilyn met her first husband, actor John Conte while filming  Lost in a Harem (1944).  Her one song in the picture, “What Does It Take to Get You?” had the line: “I can even get as far as second base with Frank Sinatra, too…” Conte and Maxwell were married after finishing Harem in 1944 and were divorced in 1946.

After the divorce, Marilyn began to attract the attention of many of Hollywood’s most eligible heart-throbs, but she gave her heart to Frank Sinatra. There were rumors that the affair was serious enough the Ol’ Blue Eyes considered divorcing Nancy for her. The fling came to an end when Frank bought Marilyn a diamond bracelet. Nancy discovered the bauble and though Frank was going to surprise her with it. When she saw Marilyn wearing it at a New Year’s Eve party at the Sinatra home, Mrs. Sinatra hit the roof. Frank had a big fight with his second wife, Ava Gardner, over Maxwell as well, be she later admitted to overreacting.

Marilyn became a regular on Kraft Music Hall with Bing Crosby during the 1944 season. MGM had trouble finding good parts for Maxwell as the War came to a close, mostly because the studio “didn’t need her”. All the good roles went to Lana Turner or any number of other starlets. Maxwell did her part for the War effort by working extensively with the USO, and she was very popular with the troops.

In 1946, Marilyn left MGM. Without studio ties, she was able to join the nightclub circuit and do more radio work. She traveled to London to perform at the Palladium with Jack Benny’s company in 1948, and became good friends with Jack’s daughter, Joan, who later wrote “We became good friends during that trip and she would often come to my room to chat … I enjoyed knowing Max for that short time. She was a neat lady.”

Rock Hudson & Marilyn MaxwellMarilyn married restaurant owner Andy MacIntyre in 1950, but the marriage seemed doomed from the start. Mac was a drinker and allegedly abusive, but the real trouble came when Maxwell went to Korea in June 1950 to entertain the troops. Maxwell and MacIntyre divorced in 1951.

Marilyn had known Bob Hope for some time, but they apparently had not had a relationship until the Korean tour. Soon after returning to the States, they went to work together on The Lemon Drop Kid (1951). There was nice on-screen chemistry between Maxwell and Hope, and the high point of the film came when they introduced the Christmas classic, “Silver Bells”, in a duet.

Bob and Marilyn were said to be inseparable, and people around the studio began referring to Maxwell as “Mrs. Bob Hope”. Bob’s secretary said that Hope asked Marilyn to marry during a trip to Ireland, but she turned him down because she knew that Dolores would never grant a divorce. Although they were very close, Bob was unable to do much for Marilyn’s fading movie career.

Marilyn married producer Jerry Davis in 1954, and she had a son, Matthew, in 1956. Although the marriage was not as rocky as her first two, she and Jerry divorced in 1960. During the sixties, she was often seen on the arm of Rock Hudson. Fan magazines had been quick to list her as being “just friends” when they showed her out with her past affairs, but there was much more truth to the situation with Hudson. Maxwell often went out with Rock to help disguise her dear friend’s homosexuality.

This collection includes all known appearances by Marilyn Maxwell.

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    64 recordings on 2 MP3 CDs for just $9.00
    total playtime 31 hours, 36 min
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    Volume 1 - 35 shows - total playtime 16 hours 48 minutes
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    1. Birds Eye Open House 460425 108 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    2. Bob Hope 501024 466 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    3. Bob Hope 510109 477 Carswell Air Force Base .mp3
    4. Bob Hope 510605 498 Johnny Desmond.mp3
    5. Bob Hope 520219 522 Tyrone Power.mp3
    6. Bob Hope 520311 525 Bing Crosby, Charles Farrell.mp3
    7. Bristol Myers 450516 33 Marilyn Maxwell Camp Pendleton.mp3
    8. Bristol Myers 450613 37 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    9. Chesterfield Show 520326 100 Anna Maria Albergetti.mp3
    10. Cmd Perf 440610 124 Bette Davis, Jimmy Durante, Artie Shaw.mp3
    11. Cmd Perf 450322 167 Miss Gushmores Finishing School.mp3
    12. Cmd Perf 450405 169 Bing Crosby, Lionel Barrymore.mp3
    13. Cmd Perf 450622 181 Herbert Marshall, Jack Haley, Les Paul.mp3
    14. Cmd Perf 450809 187 Walter Okeefe, Rita Hayworth, Les Paul.mp3
    15. Cmd Perf 460228 213 Frank Morganl, Jose Iturbi.mp3
    16. Cmd Perf 470323 257 Glenn Ford, Phil Silvers.mp3
    17. Cmd Perf 470504 272 Frank Sinatra, Benny Goodman.mp3
    18. Cmd Perf 491025 398 Marilyn Maxwell, Jack Carson.mp3
    19. Durante And Moore Camel Comedy Caravan.mp3
    20. Jack Benny 480620 661 From Cleveland Palace Theater.mp3
    21. KMH 440106 Shoo Shoo Baby, William Frawley, Nan Wynn.mp3
    22. KMH 440203 San Fernando Valley, Donald Oconnor.mp3
    23. KMH 440217 Iowa, Cass Daley.mp3
    24. KMH 440224 San Fernando Valley, Phil Silvers.mp3
    25. KMH 440302 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin.mp3
    26. KMH 440309 Bombardier Song, George Murphy.mp3
    27. KMH 440330 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin.mp3
    28. KMH 440406 Its Love, Love, Love, Kraft Choral Club.mp3
    29. KMH 440413 Swinging On Star, Bob Hope.mp3
    30. KMH 440420 San Fernando Valley, Dave Shelley.mp3
    31. KMH 440427 Swinging On Star, Sonny Tufts.mp3
    32. KMH 440504 Its Love, Love, Love, Gene Kelly.mp3
    33. KMH 440511 Great Day, Keenan Wynn.mp3
    34. KMH 440518 Its Love, Love, Love, Jack Carson, Eddie Marr.mp3
    35. KMH 440525 Bless Em All, Richard Haydn.mp3
    Volume 2 - 29 shows - total playtime 14 hours 48 minutes
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    1. KMH 440601 San Fernando Valley, Katina Paxinou.mp3
    2. KMH 440608 Swinging On Star, Cecil B. Demille.mp3
    3. KMH 440615 Bless Em All, Bob Hope.mp3
    4. KMH 440622 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin.mp3
    5. KMH 440629 Swinging On Star, Roy Rogers.mp3
    6. KMH 440706 Snoqualmie Jojo, Tommy And Jimmy Dorsey.mp3
    7. KMH 440713 Bless Em All, Keenan Wynn.mp3
    8. KMH 440720 Snoqualmie Jojo, Sonny Tufts.mp3
    9. KMH 440727 Swinging On Star, Sonny Tufts.mp3
    10. KMH 440810 Exactly Like You, Host Sonny Tufts, G.Simms.mp3
    11. KMH 440831 Trolley Song, Host Sonny Tufts, Oscar Levant.mp3
    12. KMH 440907 By Beautiful Sea, Sons Of Pioneers.mp3
    13. KMH 440914 It Had To Be You, Host George Murphy.mp3
    14. KMH 441012 Swinging On Star, Host George Murphy, Bing Crosby.mp3
    15. KMH 441109 Is You Is Or Is You Aint My Baby, Ethel Smith.mp3
    16. KMH 450405 Little On Lonely Side, King Cole Trio.mp3
    17. KMH 460411 Shoo Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy, Les Paul Trio.mp3
    18. Lux Radio Theater 440221 427 Wake Up And Live.mp3
    19. Lux Radio Theater 511210 768 Lemon Drop Kid Hq.mp3
    20. Mail Call 440621 097 Joan Blondell, James Melton.mp3
    21. Mail Call 440913 109 G.moore L.albritton M.maxwell Amos Andy.mp3
    22. Mail Call 440913 109 Garry Moore, Louise Albritton.mp3
    23. Martin And Lewis Show 490612 011 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    24. Philco Radio Time 481013 075 Ray Milland Bill Gargan.mp3
    25. Philco Radio Time 481020 076 Dan Dailey And Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    26. Screen Guild Theater 491013 Champion.mp3
    27. Showtime 490000 First Song Strike Up Band.mp3
    28. Silver Theater 390312 037 Love Is Where You Find It.mp3
    29. Songs By Sinatra 451121 11 America, Beautiful.mp3
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    Volume 1 - 35 shows - total playtime 16 hours 48 minutes
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    1. Birds Eye Open House 460425 108 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    2. Bob Hope 501024 466 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    3. Bob Hope 510109 477 Carswell Air Force Base .mp3
    4. Bob Hope 510605 498 Johnny Desmond.mp3
    5. Bob Hope 520219 522 Tyrone Power.mp3
    6. Bob Hope 520311 525 Bing Crosby, Charles Farrell.mp3
    7. Bristol Myers 450516 33 Marilyn Maxwell Camp Pendleton.mp3
    8. Bristol Myers 450613 37 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    9. Chesterfield Show 520326 100 Anna Maria Albergetti.mp3
    10. Cmd Perf 440610 124 Bette Davis, Jimmy Durante, Artie Shaw.mp3
    11. Cmd Perf 450322 167 Miss Gushmores Finishing School.mp3
    12. Cmd Perf 450405 169 Bing Crosby, Lionel Barrymore.mp3
    13. Cmd Perf 450622 181 Herbert Marshall, Jack Haley, Les Paul.mp3
    14. Cmd Perf 450809 187 Walter Okeefe, Rita Hayworth, Les Paul.mp3
    15. Cmd Perf 460228 213 Frank Morganl, Jose Iturbi.mp3
    16. Cmd Perf 470323 257 Glenn Ford, Phil Silvers.mp3
    17. Cmd Perf 470504 272 Frank Sinatra, Benny Goodman.mp3
    18. Cmd Perf 491025 398 Marilyn Maxwell, Jack Carson.mp3
    19. Durante And Moore Camel Comedy Caravan.mp3
    20. Jack Benny 480620 661 From Cleveland Palace Theater.mp3
    21. KMH 440106 Shoo Shoo Baby, William Frawley, Nan Wynn.mp3
    22. KMH 440203 San Fernando Valley, Donald Oconnor.mp3
    23. KMH 440217 Iowa, Cass Daley.mp3
    24. KMH 440224 San Fernando Valley, Phil Silvers.mp3
    25. KMH 440302 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin.mp3
    26. KMH 440309 Bombardier Song, George Murphy.mp3
    27. KMH 440330 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin.mp3
    28. KMH 440406 Its Love, Love, Love, Kraft Choral Club.mp3
    29. KMH 440413 Swinging On Star, Bob Hope.mp3
    30. KMH 440420 San Fernando Valley, Dave Shelley.mp3
    31. KMH 440427 Swinging On Star, Sonny Tufts.mp3
    32. KMH 440504 Its Love, Love, Love, Gene Kelly.mp3
    33. KMH 440511 Great Day, Keenan Wynn.mp3
    34. KMH 440518 Its Love, Love, Love, Jack Carson, Eddie Marr.mp3
    35. KMH 440525 Bless Em All, Richard Haydn.mp3
    Volume 2 - 29 shows - total playtime 14 hours 48 minutes
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    1. KMH 440601 San Fernando Valley, Katina Paxinou.mp3
    2. KMH 440608 Swinging On Star, Cecil B. Demille.mp3
    3. KMH 440615 Bless Em All, Bob Hope.mp3
    4. KMH 440622 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin.mp3
    5. KMH 440629 Swinging On Star, Roy Rogers.mp3
    6. KMH 440706 Snoqualmie Jojo, Tommy And Jimmy Dorsey.mp3
    7. KMH 440713 Bless Em All, Keenan Wynn.mp3
    8. KMH 440720 Snoqualmie Jojo, Sonny Tufts.mp3
    9. KMH 440727 Swinging On Star, Sonny Tufts.mp3
    10. KMH 440810 Exactly Like You, Host Sonny Tufts, G.Simms.mp3
    11. KMH 440831 Trolley Song, Host Sonny Tufts, Oscar Levant.mp3
    12. KMH 440907 By Beautiful Sea, Sons Of Pioneers.mp3
    13. KMH 440914 It Had To Be You, Host George Murphy.mp3
    14. KMH 441012 Swinging On Star, Host George Murphy, Bing Crosby.mp3
    15. KMH 441109 Is You Is Or Is You Aint My Baby, Ethel Smith.mp3
    16. KMH 450405 Little On Lonely Side, King Cole Trio.mp3
    17. KMH 460411 Shoo Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy, Les Paul Trio.mp3
    18. Lux Radio Theater 440221 427 Wake Up And Live.mp3
    19. Lux Radio Theater 511210 768 Lemon Drop Kid Hq.mp3
    20. Mail Call 440621 097 Joan Blondell, James Melton.mp3
    21. Mail Call 440913 109 G.moore L.albritton M.maxwell Amos Andy.mp3
    22. Mail Call 440913 109 Garry Moore, Louise Albritton.mp3
    23. Martin And Lewis Show 490612 011 Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    24. Philco Radio Time 481013 075 Ray Milland Bill Gargan.mp3
    25. Philco Radio Time 481020 076 Dan Dailey And Marilyn Maxwell.mp3
    26. Screen Guild Theater 491013 Champion.mp3
    27. Showtime 490000 First Song Strike Up Band.mp3
    28. Silver Theater 390312 037 Love Is Where You Find It.mp3
    29. Songs By Sinatra 451121 11 America, Beautiful.mp3
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    64 recordings on 34 Audio CDs
    total playtime 31 hours, 36 min

    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A001

    1. Durante And Moore Camel Comedy Caravan
    2. Silver Theater 390312 037 Love Is Where You Find It

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A002

    1. KMH 440106 Shoo Shoo Baby, William Frawley, Nan Wynn
    2. KMH 440203 San Fernando Valley, Donald Oconnor

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A003

    1. KMH 440217 Iowa, Cass Daley

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A004

    1. Lux Radio Theater 440221 427 Wake Up And Live

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A005

    1. KMH 440224 San Fernando Valley, Phil Silvers
    2. KMH 440302 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A006

    1. KMH 440309 Bombardier Song, George Murphy
    2. KMH 440330 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A007

    1. KMH 440406 Its Love, Love, Love, Kraft Choral Club
    2. KMH 440413 Swinging On Star, Bob Hope

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A008

    1. KMH 440420 San Fernando Valley, Dave Shelley
    2. KMH 440427 Swinging On Star, Sonny Tufts

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A009

    1. KMH 440504 Its Love, Love, Love, Gene Kelly
    2. KMH 440511 Great Day, Keenan Wynn

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A010

    1. KMH 440518 Its Love, Love, Love, Jack Carson, Eddie Marr
    2. KMH 440525 Bless Em All, Richard Haydn

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A011

    1. KMH 440601 San Fernando Valley, Katina Paxinou
    2. KMH 440608 Swinging On Star, Cecil B. Demille

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A012

    1. Cmd Perf 440610 124 Bette Davis, Jimmy Durante, Artie Shaw
    2. KMH 440615 Bless Em All, Bob Hope

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A013

    1. Mail Call 440621 097 Joan Blondell, James Melton
    2. KMH 440622 Therell Be A Hot Time In Town Of Berlin

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A014

    1. KMH 440629 Swinging On Star, Roy Rogers
    2. KMH 440706 Snoqualmie Jojo, Tommy And Jimmy Dorsey

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A015

    1. KMH 440713 Bless Em All, Keenan Wynn
    2. KMH 440720 Snoqualmie Jojo, Sonny Tufts

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A016

    1. KMH 440727 Swinging On Star, Sonny Tufts
    2. KMH 440810 Exactly Like You, Host Sonny Tufts, G.Simms

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A017

    1. KMH 440831 Trolley Song, Host Sonny Tufts, Oscar Levant
    2. KMH 440907 By Beautiful Sea, Sons Of Pioneers

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A018

    1. Mail Call 440913 109 G.moore L.albritton M.maxwell Amos Andy
    2. Mail Call 440913 109 Garry Moore, Louise Albritton

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A019

    1. KMH 440914 It Had To Be You, Host George Murphy
    2. KMH 441012 Swinging On Star, Host George Murphy, Bing Crosby

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A020

    1. KMH 441109 Is You Is Or Is You Aint My Baby, Ethel Smith
    2. Cmd Perf 450322 167 Miss Gushmores Finishing School

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A021

    1. Cmd Perf 450405 169 Bing Crosby, Lionel Barrymore
    2. KMH 450405 Little On Lonely Side, King Cole Trio

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A022

    1. Bristol Myers 450516 33 Marilyn Maxwell Camp Pendleton
    2. Bristol Myers 450613 37 Marilyn Maxwell

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A023

    1. Cmd Perf 450622 181 Herbert Marshall, Jack Haley, Les Paul
    2. Cmd Perf 450809 187 Walter Okeefe, Rita Hayworth, Les Paul

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A024

    1. Songs By Sinatra 451121 11 America, Beautiful
    2. Cmd Perf 460228 213 Frank Morganl, Jose Iturbi

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A025

    1. KMH 460411 Shoo Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy, Les Paul Trio
    2. Birds Eye Open House 460425 108 Marilyn Maxwell

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A026

    1. Cmd Perf 470323 257 Glenn Ford, Phil Silvers
    2. Cmd Perf 470504 272 Frank Sinatra, Benny Goodman

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A027

    1. Jack Benny 480620 661 From Cleveland Palace Theater
    2. Philco Radio Time 481013 075 Ray Milland Bill Gargan

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A028

    1. Philco Radio Time 481020 076 Dan Dailey And Marilyn Maxwell
    2. Showtime 490000 First Song Strike Up Band

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A029

    1. Martin And Lewis Show 490612 011 Marilyn Maxwell
    2. Screen Guild Theater 491013 Champion

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A030

    1. Cmd Perf 491025 398 Marilyn Maxwell, Jack Carson
    2. Bob Hope 501024 466 Marilyn Maxwell

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A031

    1. Bob Hope 510109 477 Carswell Air Force Base
    2. Bob Hope 510605 498 Johnny Desmond

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A032

    1. Lux Radio Theater 511210 768 Lemon Drop Kid Hq

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A033

    1. Bob Hope 520219 522 Tyrone Power
    2. Bob Hope 520311 525 Bing Crosby, Charles Farrell

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    Marilyn Maxwell Disc A034

    1. Chesterfield Show 520326 100 Anna Maria Albergetti

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