Hollywood Star Time

March 15, 1944 to March 27, 1947
67 episodes known to exist
Hollywood Star Time was a radio show which ran from March 15, 1944 to March 27, 1947.
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Radio series often ran for multiple seasons and/or through many incarnations with different radio networks, sponsors, cast/crew, and revivals after many years.
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Show
# Episodes (Known)
Network
1
March 15, 1944 - September 1, 1944
Hollywood Star Time
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2
January 6, 1946 - June 2, 1946
Hollywood Star Time
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3
June 8, 1946 - March 27, 1947
Hollywood Star Time
43
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Hollywood Star Time
March 15, 1944 - September 1, 1944
2 episodes known to exist
Singer: Larry Stuart
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
 
March 15, 1944 
 
Leila Rogers (Ginger Rogers' mother), Gloria De Haven, David Rose 
14:40 

 
 
September 1, 1944 
 
Phil Harris, Barry Fitzgerald 
14:40 

 
Hollywood Star Time
January 6, 1946 - June 2, 1946
22 episodes known to exist
Host: Herbert Marshall
Announcer: Wendell Niles
Director: Robert L. Redd
Producer: Tom McAvity till 12-21-46 then Jack Johnstone
Music: Alfred Newman till 12-21-46 then Johnny Green
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
January 6, 1946 
Seventh Heaven 
Jeanne Crain, Tyrone Power 
30:00 

 
January 13, 1946 
Laura 
Clifton Webb, Gene Tierney 
30:00 

 
January 20, 1946 
Daytime Wife 
Linda Darnell, John Payne 
30:00 

 
January 27, 1946 
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn 
Peggy Anne Garner, James Dunn, Joseph Kearns, Lurene Tuttle 
30:20 

 
February 3, 1946 
Shock 
Vincent Price, Lynn Bari, Michael Dunn 
29:50 

 
February 10, 1946 
My Gal Sal 
Victor Mature, June Havoc 
30:00 

 
February 17, 1946 
The Mark of Zorro 
Cornel Wilde 
30:00 

 
February 24, 1946 
Home in Indiana 
Lon McCallister, Jeanne Craine 
30:00 

 
March 3, 1946 
Swamp Water 
Dana Andrews, Anne Baxter 
30:00 

 
10 
March 10, 1946 
The Return of Frank James 
Henry Fonda, Burl Ives 
30:00 

 
11 
March 17, 1946 
Cafe Metropole 
Nancy Guild, Caesar Romero 
30:00 

 
12 
March 24, 1946 
Junior Miss 
Peggy Anne Garner, Alan Joslyn 
30:00 

 
13 
March 31, 1946 
Strange Triangle 
Lloyd Nolan, Signe Hasso, John Sheppard 
30:00 

 
14 
April 7, 1946 
Hangover Square 
Vincent Price, Linda Darnell, Fay Marlow 
29:30 

 
15 
April 14, 1946 
Diamond Horseshoe 
Betty Grable, Frank Lattimore 
30:00 

 
16 
April 21, 1946 
Song of Bernadette 
Vincent Price, Lee J. Cobb, Vanessa Brown, Charles Bickford 
29:50 

 
17 
April 28, 1946 
Kidnapped 
Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Roddy McDowall, Lurene Tuttle 
30:00 

 
18 
May 5, 1946 
The House On 92nd Street 
Lloyd Nolan, William Eythe, Signe Hasso 
30:00 

 
19 
May 12, 1946 
Riders of the Purple Sage 
George Montgomery, Lynn Bari 
30:20 

 
20 
May 19, 1946 
The Lodger 
Vincent Price, Cathy Lewis .. Ida Lupino was scheduled to appear, but she had laryngitis 
29:50 

 
21 
May 26, 1946 
The Man Who Broke the Bank At Monte Carlo 
Rex Harrison 
30:00 

 
22 
June 2, 1946 
Second Honeymoon 
George Brent, Lynn Bari 
29:50 

 
Hollywood Star Time
June 8, 1946 - March 27, 1947
43 episodes known to exist
Host: Herbert Marshall
Announcer: Wendell Niles
Director: Robert L. Redd
Producer: Tom McAvity till 12-21-46 then Jack Johnstone
Music: Alfred Newman till 12-21-46 then Johnny Green
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
June 8, 1946 
Murder, My Sweet 
Dick Powell, Joan Bennett Show moves to Saturdays 8:00 - 8:30pm 
30:00 

 
June 15, 1946 
Morning Glory 
Olivia de Havilland, Reed Hadley 
30:00 

 
June 22, 1946 
Double Indemnity 
Alan Ladd, Lurene Tuttle, Al Hill Jr., David Ellis, Edmond MacDonald, Sharon Douglas 
30:00 

 
June 29, 1946 
It Happened Tomorrow 
Robert Young 
30:00 

 
July 6, 1946 
The Suspect 
Charles Laughton 
30:00 

 
July 13, 1946 
Christmas in July 
Diana Lynn, Eddie Bracken Christmas Program 
30:00 

 
July 20, 1946 
Mr. and Mrs. Smith 
Robert Montgomery 
30:00 

 
July 27, 1946 
Hot Spot 
Brian Donlevy, Vincent Price, Lurene Tuttle 
30:00 

 
August 3, 1946 
The Marjor and the Minor 
Robert Young, Joan Caulfield 
30:00 

 
10 
August 10, 1946 
O.S.S. 
Robert Cummings 
30:00 

 
11 
August 17, 1946 
Conflict 
Sydney Greenstreet, George Brent 
30:00 
12 
August 24, 1946 
O.S.S. 
Brian Donlevy 
30:00 

 
13 
August 31, 1946 
Lost Horizon 
Herbert Marshall 
30:00 

 
14 
September 7, 1946 
Mission Perilous 
Sylvia Sydney, Dane Clark 
30:00 

 
15 
September 14, 1946 
Holiday 
Judy Garland 
30:00 

 
16 
September 21, 1946 
The Lady Eve 
Joan Blondell, John Lund 
30:00 

 
17 
September 28, 1946 
The Most Dangerous Game 
Robert Cummings 
30:00 

 
18 
October 5, 1946 
Intermezzo 
Herbert Marshall 
30:00 

 
19 
October 12, 1946 
Death Takes a Holiday 
Walter Pidgeon 
30:00 

 
20 
October 19, 1946 
Welcome Home 
John Lund 
30:00 

 
21 
October 26, 1946 
Bedulia 
Gene Tierney 
30:00 

 
22 
November 2, 1946 
Holy Matrimony 
Frank Morgan 
30:00 

 
23 
November 9, 1946 
One Way Passage 
Teresa Wright, Herbert Marshall 
30:00 

 
24 
November 16, 1946 
Three Men On a Horse 
Dennis Day 
30:00 

 
25 
November 23, 1946 
Scandal in Paris 
David Niven, Akim Tamiroff 
30:00 

 
26 
November 30, 1946 
Stagecoach 
Virginia Bruce, John Hodiak 
30:00 

 
27 
December 7, 1946 
Dulcy 
George Burns & Gracie Allen 
30:00 

 
28 
December 14, 1946 
Mad About Music 
Ann Blyth, Herbert Marshall 
30:00 

 
29 
December 21, 1946 
Three Wise Guys 
James Dunn, Herbert Marshall Christmas Program 
30:00 

 
30 
December 28, 1946 
A Star Is Born 
Diana Lynn, Herbert Marshall 
30:00 

 
31 
January 4, 1947 
Captain January 
Margaret O'Brien, Charles Dingle 
29:50 

 
32 
January 11, 1947 
It's a Date 
Vanessa Brown, Mary Astor 
29:00 

 
33 
January 18, 1947 
June Moon 
Mickey Rooney 
28:30 

 
34 
January 25, 1947 
Elmer, the Great 
Harold Peary 
30:00 

 
35 
February 1, 1947 
Hired Wife 
Jane Wyman 
30:00 

 
36 
February 8, 1947 
The Letter 
Vincent Price, Ann Todd, Herbert Marshall 
28:30 

 
37 
February 15, 1947 
Talk of the Town 
Cary Grant, Marguerite Chapman 
30:00 

 
38 
February 22, 1947 
Journey Into Fear 
Herbert Marshall 
30:00 

 
39 
March 1, 1947 
It Started with Eve 
Van Heflin, Audrey Totter 
30:00 

 
40 
March 7, 1947 
My Name Is Julie Rose 
Ann Todd, Dame Mae Whitty, Herbert Marshall 
30:00 

 
41 
March 13, 1947 
The Petrified Forest 
Ann Baxter, Herbert Marshall Program moves to Thursdays 10:30 - 11:00 pm 
30:00 

 
42 
March 20, 1947 
Blind Spot 
Chester Morris 
30:00 

 
43 
March 27, 1947 
Love Is News 
Bob Hope Final Show of the Series 
30:00 

 
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