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Guide to the Screen Guild Players Recordings Collection, 1942-1948
PA Mss 28  
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1939-1940 Broadcasting Season

Additional Note

Sponsor
Gulf Oil Corp.
Produced by
Young & Rubicam
Host-Announcer
Roger Pryor
Orchestra
Oscar Bradley
 

A5272-74/D12 January 28, 1940 Private Worlds (Cast: Charles Boyer, Claudette Colbert, Isabel Jewell)

 

1942-1943 Broadcasting Season

Additional Note

Sponsor
Lady Esther Corporation
Sponsor representative
Pedlar and Ryan Advertising Agency
Network
Columbia Broadcasting System
Broadcast time
Monday, 7 p.m.. Pacific Time
Producer-Director
William [Bill] Lawrence
Writer-Adapter
William [Bill] Hampton- unless otherwise indicated
Host-Announcer
Truman Bradley
Orchestra
Wilbur Hatch
 

A2314-15/D12 December 21, 1942 Juggler of our lady (Writer-Adapter, John Nesbitt; Cast: Nelson Eddy, Ronald Colman)

 

A2316-18/D12 March 22, 1943 For me and my gal (Cinema release: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Cast: Judy Garland, Dick Powell, Gene Kelly)

 

A2319-21/D12 May 31, 1943 Rebecca (Cinema release, David O. Selznick; Writer-Adapter, Harry Kronman; Cast: Joan Fontaine, Brian Aherne, Agnes Moorehead)

 

A2322-24/D12 September 13, 1943 Birth of the Blues (Cinema release, Paramount; Cast: Bing Crosby, Ginny Simms, Johnny Mercer)

 

A2325-27/D12 September 27, 1943 Thank your lucky stars (Cinema release, Warner Brothers; Writer-Adapter, Harry Kronman; Cast: Eddie Cantor, Dinah Shore, Dennis Morgan)

 

A2328-30/D12 October 11, 1943 Love affair (Cinema release, RKO; Writer-Adapter, Harry Kronman; Cast: Virginia Bruce, Herbert Marshall, Luis Alberni)

 

1943-1947 Broadcasting Seasons

Additional Note

Sponsor
Lady Esther Corporation
Sponsor representative
Biow Advertising Agency
Network
Columbia Broadcasting System
Broadcast time
Monday, 7 p.m.. Pacific Time
Producer-Director
William [Bill] Lawrence
Writer-Adapter
Harry Kronman- unless otherwise indicated
Host-Announcer
Truman Bradley
Orchestra
Wilbur Hatch
 

A2331-33/D12 March 6, 1944 The gay divorcee (Cinema release, RKO; Cast: Frank Sinatra, Gloria de Haven, Edward Everett Horton, Spring Byington)

 

A2334-36/D12 April 3, 1944 Hello, Frisco, hello (Cinema release, 20th Century Fox; Cast: Ginny Slims, Jack Okie, Dick Powell)

 

A2337-39/D12 April 10, 1944 Farewell to arms (Cinema release, Paramount; Cast: Gary Cooper, Joan Fontaine, Pedro de Cordoba)

 

A2340-42/D12 April 24, 1944 Snow White and the 7 dwarfs (Cinema release, Walt Disney; Cast: Edgar Bergen, Billy Gilbert, Jane Powell)

 

A2343-45/D12 September 4, 1944 Too many husbands (Cinema release, Columbia; Writer- Adapter, Frank Galen; Cast: Frank Sinatra, Bill Goodwin, Donna Reed)

 

A2346-48/D12 October 30, 1944 Anna Karenina (Cinema release, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; Cast: Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck)

 

A2349-51/D12 December 25, 1944 Pinocchio (Cinema release, Walt Disney; Writers-Adapters, Harry Kronman, Jess Oppenheimer, Devrey Freeman; Cast: Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford)

 

A2352-54/D12 January 8, 1945 Going my way (Cinema release, Paramount; Cast: Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, George Murphy)

 

A2355-57/D12 February 5, 1945 Joan of Ozark (Cinema release, Republic; Cast: Joe E. Brown, Judy Canova)

 

A2358-59/D12 February 12, 1945 Belle of the Yukon (Cinema release, International Pictures; Cast: Randolph Scott, Bob Burns, Dinah Shore, Gail Patrick)

 

A2360-62/D12 May 21, 1945 The desert song (Cinema release, Universal; Cast: Dennis Morgan, Francia White, Bruce Cabot)

 

A2363-65/D12 June 25, 1945 New wine (Cinema release, United Artists; Cast: Ilona Massey, Paul Henreid)

 

A2366-68/D12 March 11, 1946 Irish eyes are smiling (Cinema release, 20th Century Fox; Cast: June Haver, Dick Haymes)

 

A2369-71/D12 March 25, 1946 Sweethearts (Cinema release, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; Cast: Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy)

 

A2372-74/D12 June 10, 1946 House of 92nd Street (Cinema release, 20th Century Fox; Cast: Lloyd Nolan, William Lundigan)

 

A2375-77/D12 July 29, 1946 Naughty Marietta (Cinema release, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; Cast: Irene Manning, Allan Jones)

 

A2378-80/D12 August 26, 1946 Bells of St. Mary's (Cinema release, Rainbow Productions, Cast: Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman, Joan Carroll)

 

A2381-83/D12 October 7, 1946 The old lady shows her medals (Cinema release, Paramount; Cast: Ethel Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.)

 

A2384-86/D12 December 23, 1946 Snow White (Cinema release, Walt Disney; Cast: Edgar Bergen, Mary Jane Smith, Charles Kemper)

 

A2387-89/D12 January 6, 1947 The yearling (Cinema release, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; Cast: Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman, Claude Jarman Jr.)

 

A2390-92/D12 May 12, 1947 Brief encounter (Cinema release, Universal-International; Cast: Herbert Marshall, Lilli Parker)

 

A2393-95/D12 June 23, 1947 Rose Marie (Cinema release, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; Cast: Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy)

 

1947-1948 Broadcasting Season

Additional Note

Sponsor
Camel Cigarettes (R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company)
Sponsor representative
William Esty Advertising Agency
Network
Columbia Broadcasting System
Broadcast time
Monday, 7:30 p.m., Pacific Time
Producer-Director
William [Bill] Lawrence
Writer-Adapter
Harry Kronman- unless otherwise indicated
Host-Announcer
Michael Roy
Orchestra
Wilbur Hatch
 

A2396-98/D12 May 24, 1948 Casbah (Cinema release, Universal-International; Cast: Yvonne de Carlo, Tony Martin, Marta Toren, Peter Lorre)

 

A2399-A2401/D12 June 7, 1948 Snow White and the seven drawfs (Cinema release, Walt Disney; Cast: Margaret O'Brien, Jimmy Durante, Mary Jane Smith)

 

A2402-04/D12 June 28, 1948 Up in Central Park (Cinema release, Universal-International; Cast: Deanna Durbin, Dick Haymes, Charles Irwin)

 

1948-1949 Broadcasting Season

Additional Note

Sponsor
Camel Cigarettes (R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company)
Sponsor representative
William Esty Advertising Agency
Network
National Broadcasting Company
Broadcast time
Thursday, 7 p.m., Pacific Time
Producer-Director
William [Billi] Lawrence
Writer-Adapter
Harry Kronman- unless otherwise indicated
Host-Announcer
Vern Smith
Orchestra
National Broadcasting Company studio orchestra
 

A2405-07/D12 November 18, 1948 Rebecca (Cinema release, David O. Selznick; Cast: Loretta Young, John Lund)