1944 on the Radio — ‘The Letter,’ With Bette Davis and ‘Gay Divorcee’ With Frank Sinatra, March 6, 1944


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.


About lmharnisch

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