VARIETY OF SOUNDS
Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, February 26, 1977
TEXACO STAR THEATRE (10-4-42) starring Fred Allen with Portland Hoffa, Arthur Godfrey, Al Goodman and the orchestra and guest Charles Laughton. First show of the 1942-43 season. (30 min)
ADVENTURES OF PHILIP MARLOWE (4-30-49) “The Lady in Mink” starring Gerald Mohr as the detective created by Raymond Chandler. (30 min)
EDDIE HOWARD AND HIS ORCHESTRA (12-5-451 Remote broadcast from the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago. Vocals by Eddy Howard and Kenny Myers. (25 min)
OUR SPECIAL GUEST is ANNE SEYMOUR, star of countless radio dramas who recalls her illustrious career on the air. (Pre-recorded, 32 min)
INNER SANCTUM (1940s) “The Chinese Tile” starring Anne Seymour. (25 min)
AMOS ‘N’ ANDY (1-5-45) starring Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll, with guest Victor Moore. Andy and the insurance company theft. (30 min).
Updated: 2/23/18 10:03 pm C.S.T.
Coming Next Week – “VARIETY OF SOUNDS“ – 3/5/1977
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