March 6, 1944
It’s Monday in 1944, and today we have a nice lineup:
— “The Letter” with Bette Davis and Herbert Marshall in their original roles and Vincent Price as Howard Joyce, is this week’s production of “Lux Radio Theatre.” Courtesy of Archive.org.
— Bat Masterson is the subject of today’s episode of “The Lone Ranger.” Courtesy of Archive.org.
— “Gay Divorcee” with Frank Sinatra, Gloria DeHaven, Edward Everett Horton and Spring Byington, is this week’s presentation on Screen Guild Theater. Sinatra sings “Night and Day.” Courtesy of Archive.org.
— Tenor Harrison Knox is featured in a program of vocal music is featured on “To Your Good Health” from the House of Squibb. I have to say, the audio quality is amazingly good. Knox sings the old John McCormack favorite from “Bohemian Girl,” “Then You’ll Remember Me.” Courtesy of Otrrlibrary.org via Archive.org.