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Chuck Schaden's Conversations with the Stars Who Made it Golden

TWTD Archive – April 9th, 1994

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WE REMEMBER OLAN SOULE

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, April 9, 1994

FIRST NIGHTER (2-5-48) “Drink for the Damned” starring Olan Soule and Barbara Luddy with Marvin Miller, Parley Baer, Willard Waterman, Arthur Q. Brian.

SPEAKING OF RADIO (2-17-75) Olan Soule and Barbara Luddy talk with Chuck Schaden about their radio days in a conversation recorded in Mr. Soule’s home in Woodland Hills, California.

WAYSIDE THEATRE (1-22-39) “Food for Thought” starring Olan Soule and Patricia Dunlop.  A newlywed wife, used to preparing huge meals for her husband, invites his health-conscious boss to dinner.

SPEAKING OF RADIO (10-11-89) Olan Soule, visiting the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago, chats about his broadcast career in a conversation with Chuck Schaden.  Olan Soule died February 1, 1994 at age 84.

GRAND MARQUEE (7-10-47) “Here We Go Again”” starring Olan Soule and Muriel Bremner in “a merry tale of love and confusion” at a wacky wedding.