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We begin the week with Easter and as usual we have comedy blocks with Easter episodes from Phil Harris & Alice Faye, The Life Of Riley, Life with Luigi, The Great Gildersleeve and Baby Snooks. And also two Easter religious episodes The CBS Radio Workshop‘s “The Son Of Man” featuring the words of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John (as voiced by Herbert Marshall, Victor Jory, Robert Young and Vincent Price!) Plus Ethel Barrymore hosts The Family Theater broadcast, “The Passion and The Death”.
This week we mark the 82nd anniversary of the national radio debut of Fibber McGee & Molly (April 16th, 1935) with a couple new to the channel episodes from early in the series two decade long run.
We also celebrate the 82nd anniversary of the national debut of Lights Out (added to the NBC nationwide network on April 17th, 1935).
Birthday specials for the following among others: motion picture leading man William Holden (Suspense, Bob Hope Show); movie actress Wendy Barrie (Inner Sanctum Mysteries, Suspense); Joan Alexander (Lois Lane on Superman, Ellen Deering on Philo Vance); Al Hodge (The Green Hornet); Bob Hastings (Archie Andrews, X-Minus One); Arthur Lake (Dagwood in Blondie) and Ted Osborne (The Columbia Workshop, The Mysterious Traveler.)
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