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381006 NYY vs Chi World Series Game 2 pt 3 of 3  was 54-09-29 First game of 1954 World Series Giants v. Indians

SPOTLIGHT BANDS (VICTORY PARADE OF)

420520 Ina Ray Hutton - Ft. Knox was 430521


430321  Johnny Long first song its a sin to tell a lie s/b 450609 (has song One of my Dreams is Missing which was copyright 1945)

430720 Shep Fields first song the Sheik of Araby s/b  430721 b/c it is show #261

440210 First Song - Blue Moon s/b 441002

440824 (449) First Song - Somebody Loves Me was 440823 (448) First Song - Softly, As In The Morning Sunrise

441118 (523) First Song - I Never Knew was
43-11-09


450222 (605) First Song - Swanee River (jan garber) was 450223

450423 Gene Krupa, First Song - Blue Moon was 450424

45-05-27 - AFRS #685 - George Olson was 45-05-28 #686 George Olsen

451105 Ft Dix Tommy Dorsey was 430817 Louis Armstrong in Dallas TX 1st song - I Never Knew

Will Osborne 009e was 43-11-11

xxxxxx (161) first song - close to you (bob strong) was Bob Strong 43-9-24 Close to You

xxxxx (xxx) first song - alabamy bound (al donahue) aka Al Donahue 009d was Al Donohue 43-11-10

xxxxxx (xxx) first song - caraocia (richard himber) aka Richard Himber 009f was 43-11-13


SPOTLIGHT PLAYHOUSE

Spotlight Playhouse 460316 From This Window s/b 460314

 
SQUIBB SHOW
 
441022 Christian Johnson s/b 441023 Christine Johnson


STARS IN JAZZ
40-02-20 First Song - Ebony Rapsody is not from the series
xx-xx-xx First Song - Just After Awhile is not from the series. It is probably from 450129

STARS IN THE AIR

520406 Hail the Conquering Hero s/b 520403

STARS OVER HOLLYWOOD
461211 "There'll Always Be a Robin" is a bad date. There are two possibilities for correct dates. The Nov. 1, 1946 Wisconsin State Journal shows the episode being
broadcast on the next day 46-11-02. See http://www.jjonz.us/RadioLogs/pagesnfiles/logs_files_RH_cropped/1940s_RH/45-49/1946/46rh_11Nov/46-11-01-%28Fri%29_%5BWSJ%5D.pdf

Jerry H gives the date as 46-12-14 (which might be a case of moving the Dec. 11 date to the next Saturday).


STEVE ALLEN SHOW

4910126 Guest Al Jolson s/b 491019. Same day as the L.A. opening of Jolson's movie. Confirmed via LA Times article on premiere of movie.

STORY BEHIND THE HEADLINES
38-02-17 Appeasement Marches On is definitely from 1939 and very likely 39-02-17. Mentions British Government was going to  recognize Franco's government and the evacuation of Majorca the previous week aboard the ship Devonshire.
 
Feb. 9, 1939

Laredo Times

London Feb. 9 (AP) Spanish government officials today abandoned Minorca, leaving aboard the British cruiser Devonshire...

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Feb. 18, 1939 (keeping in mind that often for newspapers the news is from the day before)

Iowa City Press Citizen

London (AP) Diplomatic quarters said today the British government has decided to recognize Gen. Francisco Franco as the legitimate leader of Spain within a few days...

45-05-16 The Landing of The Marines On Iwo Jima is likely 45-02-25. The landing took place Feb. 19, 1945.

STRAIGHT ARROW

48-07-15  (011) Oasis in the Desert - Dave Carver was really 510104-244 The Wasteland

48-12-16 (033) The Doctor and the Quack was  50-03-09 (180) The Scourge. Next episode is on a Tuesday. Show is on Mutual and followed by B-Bar-B Riders which matches 1950.

49-12-08 (146) Big Talk [aka Big Pow Wow]  was 51-06-21 (292) Long Summer.  (Last episode). "Now it's time to say adios for Straight Arrow..... We have a long summer ahead of us.."

49-01-20 (or 49-01-02) (038) - The High Mountains was 50-01-02 (156) The Leader "Listen again Tuesday and Thursday at 5:00 over most of these same stations" In January 1949, it was on once a week. In January 1950, it was on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

50-02-07 (171) Sands of gold was 50-03-09 (180) The Scourge aka Doc Rackley

STRANGE AS IT SEEMS

Strange As It Seems xx-xx-xx (46)  The King Who Could Not Die was Strange Wills 460914 They Met In Monte Carlo


STUDIO ONE

STUDIO X

Studio X 48-xx-xx (41) episode 41.mp3 was #28 Professor goes to a Wrestling Match



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