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MOVIE ACTORS ON THE AIR
Originally broadcast on WDCB
Saturday, April 21, 2007
SCREEN DIRECTORS’ PLAYHOUSE (11-11-49) “Body and Soul” starring John Garfield, the story of a boxer who works his way up by questionable means, becoming a famous champion.
ACADEMY AWARD (5-11-46) “If I Were King” starring Ronald Colman as French poet-rogue Francois Villon, who matches wits with crafty King Louis XI and falls hopelessly in love with a lady-in-waiting.
LUX RADIO THEATRE(1-12-48) “Kiss of Death” starring Victor Mature, Richard Widmark and Colleen Gray. An ex-con, going straight, fears for the safety of his family when a killer is set free.
SCREEN DIRTECTORS’ PLAYHOUSE (10-10-49) “Criss Cross” starring Burt Lancaster. A man returns to his hometown, where he crosses the path of his ex-wife, who has taken up with a gangster.
OUR SPECIAL GUEST is film historian BOB KOLOSOSKI, who will talk about the careers of the movie actors featured on this broadcast.