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  • JACK ARMSTRONG, THE ALL-AMERICAN BOY (RADIO)

    (March 28, 1941)

    One in this daily children's adventure series. In this episode, the teen-age hero Jack Armstrong, his young cousin Billy, and their guide, Manuel, secretly follow a native chief into the temple hidden in a cave where Prof. Loring is being held captive. Unc...

  • SUSPENSE: DEATH FLIES BLIND (RADIO)

    (May 04, 1943)

    One in this series of dramatic thrillers. In this episode, millionaire Silas Naylor and his entourage are among those who board a Los Angeles-bound plane in New York. Apparently as part of a German plot to kidnap Naylor, who is engaged in secret work for t...

  • SINGING LADY, THE: OBERON (RADIO)

    (September 07, 1937)

    One in this series of children's programs featuring dramatizations set to music, with Irene Wicker as "The Singing Lady." The story in this episode is taken from Carl Maria von Weber's opera "Oberon," and music from the opera is played on the piano through...

  • DRAGNET (RADIO)

    (June 17, 1949)

    One in this series of police dramas. In this episode, Sgt. Joe Friday and Sgt. Ben Romero investigate a series of shootings and robberies in a small neighborhood. Although different perpetrators committed the crimes, the same guns were used in each one. ...

  • MY TRUE STORY: THE RAGGED CLOAK {1953 VERSION} (RADIO)

    (December 25, 1953)

    One in this series of daily programs featuring adaptations of stories from True Story magazine. This program features the annual, live Christmas presentation of "The Ragged Cloak," a story about the birth of Jesus told from the point of view of Darius, a ...

  • PURE OIL COMPANY PRESENTS H. V. KALTENBORN (RADIO)

    (May 12, 1943)

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  • MR.MOTO: A FORCE CALLED XO-7 (RADIO)

    (May 16, 1951)

    One in this series of crime dramas based on J.P. Marquand's famous character Mr. I.A. Moto, the Japanese-American secret agent. In this episode, Mr. Moto gets an urgent call from his friend Mr. Carlton, who fears for his own life and for the security of th...

  • SUSPENSE: DONOVAN'S BRAIN, PT. 1 (RADIO)

    (May 18, 1944)

    One in this series of dramatic thrillers. In this episode, part one of two, Dr. Patrick Cory is conducting an experiment with a monkey's brain. His objective is to see how long he can keep a brain functioning outside of the body. While going over some note...

  • SUSPENSE: DONOVAN'S BRAIN, PT. 2 (RADIO)

    (May 25, 1944)

    Continued from R86:0043. One in this series of dramatic thrillers. In this episode, part two of two, Cory begins to let Donovan's brain control his actions. Cory's son David, realizing that his father is going crazy, begs him to stop the experiment. Cory e...

  • SUSPENSE: THE MARVELOUS BARASTRO (RADIO)

    (April 13, 1944)

    One in this series of dramatic thrillers. In this episode, director William Speer relates a visit he received from the Marvelous Barrastro, a magician, who tells him that he is leaving for Mexico City to kill Rico Sansoni, the greatest and most evil magic...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FORMERLY FOCUS ON YOUTH}: GENE SISKEL AND ROGER EBERT (RADIO)

    (December 11, 1983)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. In this installment, a panel of students interview th...

  • FOCUS ON YOUTH {AYN RAND} (RADIO)

    (November 14, 1976)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with novelist and ...

  • AMERICAN FOCUS {FOCUS ON YOUTH}: GLORIA STEINEM (RADIO)

    (November 07, 1976)

    One in a series of programs featuring interviews with leaders from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and the news media, highlighting personalities as well as probing issues of national importance. This portion features an interview with the president...

  • TEXACO STAR THEATRE: THE JEST (RADIO)

    (October 12, 1938)

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  • AMOS 'N ANDY (RADIO)

    (October 10, 1948)

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  • EVERYTHING FOR THE BOYS: BERKELEY SQUARE (RADIO)

    (February 08, 1944)

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  • PHILCO RADIO TIME {THE BING CROSBY SHOW} (RADIO)

    (January 01, 1947)

    One in this series of music/variety programs starring Bing Crosby. Skitch Henderson performs "Clap Your Hands" and Peggy Lee sings "He's Just My Kind" and "Baby You Can Count on Me." Joe Frisco and Crosby exchange horse racing jokes. Includes commercial...

  • NIGHTLINE, PT. 1 (RADIO)

    (July 25, 1957)

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  • ARE THESE OUR CHILDREN?: PAUL FLOOD (RADIO)

    (May 04, 1947)

    One in a series of dramatizations of actual case histories taken from the files of juvenile delinquency court. This episode concerns Johnny Marsh, a tough boy from the slums in juvenile court for robbing a bookie. Johnny's parents are alcoholics and compl...

  • INFORMATION PLEASE (RADIO)

    (March 14, 1939)

    One in this series of quiz programs in which listeners submit questions to a panel of experts. Money is paid to listeners whose questions are used, and more prizes are awarded to listeners whose questions stump the panel. Questions on this program deal w...