July 26th, 2014
Star Gazing: Carl and Lisa cover the latest celebrity and showbiz news.
OTR Comedy: The Jack Benny Program 1-30-44 starring Jack Benny and all his gang. Jack and Mary drive out to Warner Brothers to discuss Jack’s new picture, “The Horn Blows At Midnight.” Jack doesn’t want the big love scene cut. Cast includes: Mary Livingstone, Don Wilson, Dennis Day, Phil Harris, Raoul Walsh (guest), Mark Hellinger (guest), Joseph Kearns, John Brown, Minerva Pious and Eddie “Rochester” Anderson. Spon. by Grape-Nuts. NBC.
Game: Beat the Host. Lisa moderates as two H360 listeners win prizes and try to answer more multiple-choice trivia questions than Carl. Subject this week: Sandra Bullock, born July 26th, 1964.
OTR Detective: The Adv. of Sherlock Holmes 12-14-47 “The Case of the Sussex Vampire” starring John Stanley (Holmes) and Alfred Shirley (Watson). A man suspects his Latin wife is sucking the blood of his son! The second commercial is a straight net feed. Cy Harrice (ann) Spon. by Clipper Craft Clothes. Mutual.
Movie Reviews: National movie critic Sarah Adamson reviews two films that recently released “Snowpiercer” and “Non-Stop.”
OTR Western: Tales of the Texas Rangers 8-5-50 “Trigger Men” starring Joel McCrea. The vicious Gordon brothers leave a trail of death behind them as they head for the Mexican border. Cast includes: Tony Barrett, Byron Kane, Jay Novello and Jack Kruschen. Produced & Directed by Stacy Keach. Hal Gibney (ann). Spon. by Wheaties. NBC.
Is It Real or Is It Ridiculous? Showbiz expert Brendon Krantz reads short showbiz stories and Carl and Lisa (and listeners at home) try to guess if the stories are real or if they are ridiculous.
OTR Mystery: The Whistler 7-16-45 “A Pattern for Terror” starring Elliott Lewis. After threatening a rival’s life, a man finds himself driving a car with a cop in the front seat and a body in the back! Marvin Miller (ann). Spon. by Signal Oil. CBS.
Classic Radio Programs for August 2nd, 2014 include:
THE ALDRICH FAMILY
CASEY, CRIME PHOTOGRAPHER
THE STORY OF DR. KILDARE