Shell Chateau

April 6, 1935 to June 26, 1937
115 episodes known to exist
Shell Chateau was a musical variety radio series heard on NBC from 1935 to 1937. Sponsored by Shell Oil, the hour-long program, sometimes called The Shell Show, was broadcast on Saturday evenings at 9:30pm. More on Wikipedia
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April 6, 1935 - October 5, 1935
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October 12, 1935 - December 28, 1935
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January 4, 1936 - March 28, 1936
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April 4, 1936 - December 26, 1936
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January 2, 1937 - June 26, 1937
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Shell Chateau
April 6, 1935 - October 5, 1935
27 episodes known to exist
Host: Al Jolson
Music: Victor Young and his Orchestra
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April 6, 1935 
Guests-Max and Buddy Baer 
Miriam Hopkins; Benay Venuta, songs; Max Baer, heavyweight champion, and Buddy Baer; Jack Stanton, songs; Peggy Gardner, songs 
1:00:00 

 
April 13, 1935 
Guest-James J. Braddock, Heavyweight Challenger 
Constance Bennett; Benay Venuta, songs; Smith and Dale, comedy; James J. Braddock, heavyweight challenger 
1:00:00 

 
April 20, 1935 
Guest-Vernon Gomez, New York Yankees Pitcher 
Elissa Landi; Paulist Choir; June O'Day, actress; Ed Stanley, comedy; Vernon Gomez, New York Yankees pitcher 
1:00:00 

 
April 27, 1935 
Guest-Babe Ruth 
John Barrymore; Benay Venuta, songs; Polly Moran, comedy; Babe Ruth 
1:00:00 

 
May 4, 1935 
Tiger Rose 
Scene from "Tiger Rose" with Lupe Velez; Benay Venuta, songs; Olson & Johnson, comedy; Kentucky Derby with Clem McCarthy 
1:00:00 

 
May 11, 1935 
Guests-Dizzy and Daffy Dean 
Eva LaGallienne, actress; Sheila Barrett, songs; Dizzy and Daffy Dean, St. Louis Cardinal pitchers 
1:00:00 

 
May 18, 1935 
Guest-Amelia Earhart 
Amelia Earhart, woman flyer; Lulu McConnell, comedy; sketch with Phillips Holmes 
1:00:00 

 
May 25, 1935 
Cyrano De Bergerac 
Scene from "Cyrano de Bergerac" with Walter Hampden; Doc Rockwell, comedy; Ella Logan, songs; Willie Saunders, jockey 
1:00:00 

 
June 1, 1935 
Kiki 
Scene from "Kiki" with Lenore Ulric; Bert Lahr, comedy; Tony Canzoneri, boxer 
1:00:00 

 
10 
June 8, 1935 
The Barker 
Scene from "The Barker" with Walter Huston; sketch, "The Collar Button" with Ernest Truex; Irene Bordoni, songs; Josephine Marrone, marble champion of the Bronx 
1:00:00 

 
11 
June 15, 1935 
Guest-Sam Parks 
Sketch with Alla Nazimova; Eddie Dowling and Racy Dooley, comedy; Niela Geedalle, Sings; Sam Parks, US Open Golf Tournament 
1:00:00 

 
12 
June 22, 1935 
Guests: Man Mountain Dean and Chief Little Wolf, Wrestlers 
Sketch with Jimmy Cagney; Alice Faye, songs; Swore and Good, comedy; Man Mountain Dean and Chief Little Wolf, wrestlers 
1:00:00 

 
13 
June 29, 1935 
Accent On Youth 
Maxie Rosenbloom, Otto Kruger, Sylvia Froos 
55:16 

 
14 
July 6, 1935 
2000 Meter Intercolegeate Race 
Dixie Lee Crosby, songs;,Richard Barthelmess, actor; Gill and Demling, comedy; Ky Ebright, California rowing coach 
58:30 

 
15 
July 13, 1935 
Within the Law 
Sketch with Joan Blondell; Lee Wiley, songs; George Sidney and Charles Murray, comedy; James J. Jeffries, boxer 
59:00 

 
16 
July 20, 1935 
Henry Viii 
Scene from "Master of the Revels" with Henry Hull; Willie Howard, comedy; Irene Taylor, songs; Loretta Turnbull, woman's world champion outboard motorboat racer 
59:00 

 
17 
July 27, 1935 
The Circus Barker 
Scene from "The Lake" with Ruth Chatterton; Joyce Whiteman, songs; Al Shaw and Sam Lee, comedy; Foghorn McGee 
60:00 

 
18 
August 3, 1935 
Us Open Golf Championship 
Scene from "Just Suppose" with Bette Davis; Estelle Taylor, songs; George Jessel, comedy; Olin Dutra, golfer 
58:32 

 
19 
August 10, 1935 
Elizabeth the Queen 
Scene from "Elizabeth the Queen" with Alice Brady; Irvin S. Cobb, humorist; Irving Pichel, producer; Sam Casion, composer 
58:02 

 
20 
August 17, 1935 
The Copperhead 
Lionel Barrymore, Pat C. Flick, Carmel Myers, Watson Sisters, Vince Barrett 
60:00 

 
21 
August 24, 1935 
A Matter of Husbands 
Scene from "A Matter of Husbands" with Delores Del Rio; Roscoe Ates, comedy; Marjorie Keeler, songs; Roscoe Turner, racing driver 
60:00 

 
22 
August 31, 1935 
The Green Goddess 
Boris Karloff, George Jessel, Maxine Lewis, Joyce Wethered, Golfer 
60:00 

 
23 
September 7, 1935 
Michael and Mary 
Heather Angel and Ralph Forbes in "Michael and Mary"; Joe Penner, comedy; Betty Borden, songs; Lois Terry, champion Pacific Coast womansoftball pitcher 
60:00 

 
24 
September 14, 1935 
The Bride the Sun Shines On 
Sketch with Henry Fonda; Jackie Hughes, songs; Fannie Brice, comedy; Stone and Lee, comedy 
60:00 

 
25 
September 21, 1935 
The Finger of God 
Scene from 'The Finger of God" with Ricardo Cortez; June Marlowe, songs; Frank McHugh and Allen Jenkins, comedy; Wilmer Allison, tennis player 
56:00 

 
26 
September 28, 1935 
Final Program Hosted by Al Jolson 
Ginger Rogers, Harry Savoy, Edward Everett Horton Final program to star Al Jolson 
53:29 

 
27 
October 5, 1935 
Guest Host-Walter Winchell 
Neila Goodelle, songs; Milton Berle, comedy; Louis Armstrong, trumpets; Eleanor Powell, songs; Frim Sisters, songs 
1:00:00 

 
Shell Chateau
October 12, 1935 - December 28, 1935
12 episodes known to exist
Host: Wallace Beery
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October 12, 1935 
Guest-Mabel Stark, Tiger Trainer 
Harry Richman, songs; Stuart Edwin, comedy; Robert Wildhack, comedy; Marjorie Lane, songs; Mabel Stark, tiger trainer 
1:00:00 

 
October 19, 1935 
O'shaughnessy's Boy 
Scene from "O'Shaughnessy's Boy" with Wallace Beery and Jackie Cooper; Evelyn Laye, songs; George Givot, comedy; Lon Steiner, Oregon State football coach 
1:00:00 

 
October 26, 1935 
The Last Mile 
Scene from 'The Last Mile" with Wallace Beery and Jack LaRue; Fannie Brice, comedy; Judy Garland, songs; Harry Stockwell, songs; Vance Breese. test pilot 
1:00:00 

 
November 2, 1935 
The Old Soak 
Scene from "The Old Soak" with Wallace Beery and Mary Carr; Sophie; Tucker, Songs; Je Penner, comedy; Nola Day, songs; Mixed Chorus, Dr. Hugo Kirkhofer, director 
1:00:00 

 
November 9, 1935 
Two Men Met At the Vail 
Chester Morris, Bill Daniels (Cameraman), The Sailor Boy's Octet, Lorraine Bridges, Nick Dan, Helen Broderick, Lester Crawford, Jack Stanton, Peggy Gardner, Harriet Hilliard 
59:30 

 
November 16, 1935 
The Valiant 
Judy Garland, Patsy Kelly, Alan Jones, Jack Stanton, Peggy Gardner, Bill Tilden, tennis star; Sigmund Spaeth, musicologist 
1:00:00 

 
November 23, 1935 
Treasure Island 
Scene from "Treasure Island" with Wallace Beery and Mickey Rooney; George Jesse, comedy; Helen Jepson, soprano; Con Conrad, composer; Fred Frame, racing driver 
1:00:00 

 
November 30, 1935 
The Bad Man 
Scene from "The Bad Man" with Wallace Beery; Polly Moran, comedy; Dixie Lee, songs; Frank Luther, tenor; W. S. Van Dyke. director 
1:00:00 

 
December 7, 1935 
Rip Van Winkle 
Sketch, "Rip Van Winkle" with Wallace Beery; Paul Robeson, baritone; Shaw and Lee, comedy; Jim Thorpe, All American 
1:00:00 

 
10 
December 14, 1935 
Napoleon's Barber 
Play, "Napoleon's Barber" with John Barrymore and Wallace Beery; Lola Lane, songs; George Moran and Rex Van, comedy; Captain Edwin C, Musick, captain of the China Clipper 
1:00:00 

 
11 
December 21, 1935 
Guest-Carol Ann Beery 
Ernestine Schumann-Heink, soprano; Carol Ann Beery, conga; Joe Penner, comedy; Sidney Jarvis; Mixed Chorus 
1:00:00 

 
12 
December 28, 1935 
The Champ 
13-year-old Edna May Durbin (Deanna Durbin), Tim and Irene Ryan, Allan Jones, Jackie Cooper, Mattie Bell, SMU football coach 
59:38 

 
Shell Chateau
January 4, 1936 - March 28, 1936
13 episodes known to exist
Host: Al Jolson
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January 4, 1936 
The Shining Hour 
Bette Davis; Yacht Club Boys, songs; Midge Williams, songs; Sketch, "The Bridge Game" with Lulu YcConnell and Virginia Mann; Walter Hagen, golfer 
1:00:00 

 
January 11, 1936 
Monsieur Beaucaire 
Scene from "Monsieur Beaucaire" with Francis Lederer; Patsy Kelly, comedy; Dorothy Dale, songs; Sketch, 'The Bridge Game" with Lulu McConnell and Virginia Mann; Charley Stevenson, jockey 
1:00:00 

 
January 18, 1936 
Guest-Dutch Clark of Detroit Lions 
Sketch with Edward Everett Horton; Patsy Kelly, comedy; Betty Roth, songs; Dutch Clark of Detroit Lions 
1:00:00 

 
January 25, 1936 
Interferrence 
Cab Calloway, Herbert Marshall, Peggy Gardner, Helen Troy, Ivan Nelson (Ski Jumping Champion), 
59:48 

 
February 1, 1936 
Dons Clarines 
May Robson; Jack YzIellen and Sara, comedy; Jewell Hopkins, songs; Mike Riley and Ed Farley, songwriters; Bob Swanson, midget auto champ; Sketch, 'The Spot" with George Raft; Joe Lewis, comedy; Cleo Brown, songs; Wini Shaw, songs; Charles Gay, lion farm owner 
1:00:00 

 
February 8, 1936 
The Spot 
George Raft; Joe Lewis, comedy; Cleo Brown, songs; Wini Shaw, songs; Charles Gay, lion farm owner 
1:00:00 

 
February 15, 1936 
Green Pastures 
Scene from "Green Pastures" with Frank Wllson and Hall Johnson Choiri Robert Wildhack, comedy; Grace Saxon, songs; Scene from "Louder Please" with Lee Tracy; Barney.Cldfield, racing car driver 
1:00:00 

 
February 22, 1936 
Valley Forge 
Scene from "Valley Forge" with John Barrymore; Vi Bradley, piano; Joe and Cynthia Doakes, comedy; Santa Anita Handicap with Clem McCarthy 
1:00:00 

 
February 29, 1936 
Guest-Mary Taylor, Ice Skating Star 
Elissa Landi and Una Merkle; Maxine Lewis, songs; Mary Taylor, ice skating star 
1:00:00 

 
10 
March 7, 1936 
Guest-Bill Robinson, Tap Dancer 
Walter Connolly, actor; Bill Robinson, tap dancer; Benay Venuta, songs; Fred Niblo, director 
1:00:00 

 
11 
March 14, 1936 
Guest-Lionel Barrymore 
Sketch with Lionel Barrymore, Jimmy Thrkal manager, Vi Bradley, songs; Clyde Hager, comedy 
1:00:00 

 
12 
March 21, 1936 
Guest-Joe Lewis 
Joe Lewis, comedy; King Sisters, songs; Comedy sketch with Charles Ruggles 
1:00:00 

 
13 
March 28, 1936 
Guest-Abe Roth, Prize Fight Announcer 
Sketch with Pat O'Brien; Sterling Holloway, comedy; bone Taylor, songs; Abe Roth, prize fight announcer 
1:00:00 

 
Shell Chateau
April 4, 1936 - December 26, 1936
37 episodes known to exist
Host: Smith Ballow
Music: Victor Young and his Orchestra
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April 4, 1936 
Guest-Buster Keaton 
Mary Ellis, songs; Buster Keaton, comedy; Max Terrs Chorus; Willie Hunter, golfer 
1:00:00 

 
April 11, 1936 
The Racket 
Scene from "The Racket" with Edward G. Robinson; Victor Mbore, comedy; Alice Faye, songs; Interview with Frank Lubin and Carl Knowlin of Universal Pictures baseball team 
1:00:00 

 
April 18, 1936 
Mrs. Moonlight 
Scene from "Mrs. Moonlight" with Billie Burke and Basil Rathbone; George Jessel, comedy; Dorothy Lamour, songs; Babe Didrickson, woman golfer 
1:00:00 

 
April 25, 1936 
Holiday 
Scene from "Holiday" with Ann Harding and Lillian Emerson; Vera Van,,songs; Yacht Club Boys, songs 
1:00:00 

 
May 2, 1936 
Guest-Sonja Heinie, Skater 
Sheila Barrett, comedy; Gloria Swanson, songs; Dramatic sketch with Spencer Tracy; Sonja Heinie, skater 
1:00:00 

 
May 9, 1936 
The Mouthpiece 
Scene from "The Mouthpiece" with Warren William and Genevieve Tobin; Virginia Bruce, songs; Patsy Kelly, comedy; Ty Cobb, former baseball star 
1:00:00 

 
May 16, 1936 
If I Were King 
Play, "If I Were King" with Errol Flynn; George Jessel, comedy; June Knight, songs; Man Mountain Dean, wrestler 
1:00:00 

 
May 23, 1936 
They Knew What They Wanted 
Scene from "They Knew What They Wanted" with Zazu Pitts and Norman Foster; Olson and Johnson, comedy; Adrienne Maizenauer, songs; Louis Prima Hand; King Levinsky, boxer 
1:00:00 

 
May 30, 1936 
A Bill of Divorcement 
Scene from "A Bill of Divorcement" with John Barrymore; Ernestine Schumann-Heink, contralto; Joan Davis, songs; Robert Wildhack, comedy; Frank Shields, interview 
1:00:00 

 
10 
June 6, 1936 
Guest-Malvin Koontz, Lion Tamer 
Dramatic Sketch with John Barrymore; Ginger Rogers, songs; Edward Everett Horton, comedy; Malvin Koontz, lion tamer, and Olga Zeleste, wild animal trainer 
1:00:00 

 
11 
June 13, 1936 
The Front Page 
Scene from "The Front Page" with Walter Winchell; Alice Faye, songs; George Jessel, comedy; Walker Cochran, billiards champion 
1:00:00 

 
12 
June 20, 1936 
Guest-Sally Rand, Dancer 
Comedy sketch with Helen Broderick and Edward Everett Horton; Dramatic sketch with Bette Davis; Robin and Grainger, songs; Frances Faye, songs; Ed Lewis, wrestler, interviewed by Sally Rand, dancer 
1:00:00 

 
13 
July 4, 1936 
Let Us Be Gay 
Program of 6-27 Pre-empted for Democratic National Convention. Scene from "Let Us Be Gay" with Joan Crawford and Franc hot Tone; Dixie Lee, songs; Edward Everett Horton, comedy; Charley Paddock, track star 
1:00:00 

 
14 
July 11, 1936 
Death, the Guest of the Evening 
Sketch, "Death, the Guest of the Evening" with Jean Hersholt; Bert Lahr, comedy; Dorothy Page, songs; Cherry May Dare, 'movie stunt artist 
1:00:00 

 
15 
July 18, 1936 
Guest-Ellsworth Vines, Tennis Player 
Sketch with Morle Oberon; Gertrude Niesen, songs; Joe Cook, comedy; Ellsworth Vines, tennis player 
1:00:00 

 
16 
July 25, 1936 
Guest-Snowy Baker, Sportsman 
Dramatic sketch with Ricardo Cortezi Patsy Kelly, comedy; Eddie Peabody, banjo; Josephine Tumminia, soprano; Snowy Baker, sportsman 
1:00:00 

 
17 
August 1, 1936 
Dinner At Eight 
Scene from "Dinner at Eight" with Joan Blondell and Paul Harvey; Bert Lahr, comedy; Ella Logan, songs; Baby Arizmendi, featherweight boxing champ 
1:00:00 

 
18 
August 8, 1936 
The Constant Nymph 
Scene from "The Constant Nymph" with Margaret Sullavan; Joe Cook, comedy; Judy Garland, songs; Larry Adler, harmonica; Buster Crabbe, interview 
1:00:00 

 
19 
August 15, 1936 
Guest-Joe Marty, Baseball Outfielder 
Lewis Stone, actor; Stuart Irwin, comedy; Grace Saxon, songs; Joe Marty, baseball outfielder 
1:00:00 

 
20 
August 22, 1936 
Reflected Glory 
Scene from "Reflected Glory" with Tallulah Bankhead; Joe Cook, comedy; Frances Faye, songs; Paul Chotieau, swimmer 
1:00:00 

 
21 
August 29, 1936 
Guest-Ralph Bandini, Tuna Fisherman 
Dramatic sketch with Delores Costello Barrymore; Virginia Bruce, songs; Olson and Johnson, comedy; Ralph Bandini, tuna fisherman 
1:00:00 

 
22 
September 5, 1936 
Biography 
Scene from "Biography" with Constance Bennett; Lillian Roth,' song; Jerry Lester, comedy; Capt. Bert White, parachute jumper 
1:00:00 

 
23 
September 12, 1936 
Dave Levin, Wrestler 
Sketch with Cary Grant; Patsy Kelly, comedy; Martha Raye, songs; Dave Levin, wrestler 
1:00:00 

 
24 
September 19, 1936 
Guest-Dorothy Hill, Diving Champion 
Dramatic sketch with Joan Bennett; toil January, songs; Joe Cook, comedy; Mrs. Dorothy Hill, diving champion 
1:00:00 

 
25 
September 26, 1936 
There's Always Juliet 
Scene from "There's Always Juliet"'with Ann Sothern and Roger Pryor; Olson and Johnson, comedy; Donald Budge, tennis star 
1:00:00 

 
26 
October 3, 1936 
Guests-Bob and Fail Meusel, Baseball Players 
Edward Everett Horton, actor; Bob and Fail Meusel, baseball players 
1:00:00 

 
27 
October 10, 1936 
Guest-Gertrude Niesen 
Edward Everett Horton, actor; Stuart Erwin, comedy; Gertrude Niesen, songs 
1:00:00 

 
28 
October 17, 1936 
Guest-Helen Mayors, Olympic Fencing Champion 
Edward Everett Horton, comedy; Helen Broderick, comedy; Helen Mayors, Olympic fencing champion 
1:00:00 

 
29 
October 24, 1936 
Guest-Alonzo Stagg, Football Coach, College of the Pacific 
Edward Everett Horton, comedy; Amos Alonzo Stagg, football coach, College of the Pacific 
1:00:00 

 
30 
November 7, 1936 
Guest-Marjorie Gestring, Olympic Diving Champion 
Program of 10-31 Pre-empted for address by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Edward' Everett Horton; Marjorie Gestring, Olympic diving champion 
1:00:00 

 
31 
November 14, 1936 
Guest-Putt Mossman 
 
1:00:00 

 
32 
November 21, 1936 
Guest-Marion Washington 
 
1:00:00 

 
33 
November 28, 1936 
Guest-Lucky Ball 
 
1:00:00 

 
34 
December 5, 1936 
Guest-Bunny Dryden, Tight Wire Walker 
Edward Everett Horton, comedy; Frank Morgan, actors; Gladys Hammer, women's world archery champion; Bunny Dryden, tight wire walker 
1:00:00 

 
35 
December 12, 1936 
Guest-Edward Everett Horton 
 
1:00:00 

 
36 
December 19, 1936 
Guest-Fred Perry 
 
1:00:00 

 
37 
December 26, 1936 
Guest-Halvar Halsted, Ski Champion 
 
1:00:00 

 
Shell Chateau
January 2, 1937 - June 26, 1937
26 episodes known to exist
Host: Joe Cook
Announcer: Ben Grauer
Music: Ernie Watson and His Orchestra
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January 2, 1937 
Four Horsemen of Notre Dame 
Admiral Richmond P. Hobson; Four Horsemen of Notre Dame 
60:00 

 
January 9, 1937 
Niagara Falls in a Rubber Ball 
Johnny Weismuller, swimmer; Babe Ruth; Paul Gallico, writer; Ray Dooley, comedy; William Moran, retired head of U. S. Secret Services Jean Lussier, who went over Niagara Falls in a rubber ball 
60:00 

 
January 16, 1937 
Guest-Cornelia Otis Skinner 
Cornelia Otis Skinner, actress; Soma Henie, skaters Giovanni. Martenelli, tenor; Mae Questel, songs; Larry Adler, harmonica; Arthur Foehl, animal salesman 
59:14 

 
January 23, 1937 
Guests-Jones and Hare, the Happiness Boys 
Jones and Hare, Rube Goldberg, Eleanore Holm, Art Jarret, The Memphis Five 
59:36 

 
January 30, 1937 
Guest-Sara Delano Roosevelt 
Sara Delano Roosevelt, interview; events of Franklin D. Roosevelt's boyhood dramatized; Clyde Beatty, animal trainers Nick Lucas, songs; Evelyn Tyner, pianos Three Marshalls, songs 
60:00 

 
February 6, 1937 
Guest-Hildegarde Halliday, Comedy Monologist 
Ezio Pinza, bass; Hildegarde Halliday, comedy monologist; George O'Brien, actor; Claude Thornhill, piano; Harry Pruer, xylophonist; Cavaliers Quartet; Bob Pastor, pugilist; Mitzi Green, songs 
59:36 

 
February 13, 1937 
Guest-Jean Hersholt 
Jean Hersholt, Actor; Efram Zimbolist, violin; Benny Baker, Trumpeter; Happy Reese, Trap Drummer; Cavaliers Quartet 
58:14 

 
February 20, 1937 
Guest-Benny Leonard, Former Lightweight Boxing Champion 
Gillian Fisher, soprano; Benny Leonard, former lightweight boxing champion; Stephin Fetchit, comedy; A. L. Alexander; Sleepy Hall, banjo; Cabin kids, songs; Benny Baker, trumpeter; Cavaliers Quartet 
60:00 

 
February 27, 1937 
Guest-Bozo, the Talking Dog 
Rose Hampton, soprano; Father Bernard Hubbard, the Glacier Priest; Frank Buck; A. L. Alexander, commentator; Sam Lewis, trombone; Bozo, the talking dog; Cavaliers Quartet 
60:00 

 
10 
March 6, 1937 
Guest-Captain Eddie Rickenbacher 
Susanne Fisher, soprano; Captain Eddie Rickenbacher; George Raft; Nat Holman, basketball coach at CCNY; Pahl and Woodall, piano; Cavaliers Quartet 
60:00 

 
11 
March 13, 1937 
Guest-Lotte Lehman 
Lotte Lehman, soprano; Aline MacMahon, actress; William Lynn of musical comedy; Ross Gorman, saxophone; Earl M. Teter, auto wreckers 
60:00 

 
12 
March 20, 1937 
Guests-Russian Balalaika Qrchestra 
Russian Balalaika Qrchestra; Vienna Boys Choir; Fibber McGee and Molly; Albert Payson Terhune, writer; Major James A. Doolittle; Charles Paul, organ 
60:00 

 
13 
March 27, 1937 
Joan of Arc 
Play, "Joan of Arc" with Lillian Gish; Arthur Carron, tenor; Carl Kreas, yodeler 
60:00 

 
14 
April 3, 1937 
Guest-Dale Carnegie 
Alex Templeton, piano; Notre Dame Glee Club; Toscha Seidel, violin; Eddie Dowling and Ray Dowling, comedians; Stuart Ervin, actor; Dale Carnegie; author 
60:00 

 
15 
April 10, 1937 
Incident in Life of Louis Pasteur 
Sketch, "Incident in life of Louis Pasteur"; Greee Stueckgold, soprano; User Bagpipe Band; Grantland Rice, sportswriter; Los Rancheros, songs; Capt. J. H. Ayres, formerly with NY Police Department 
60:00 

 
16 
April 17, 1937 
Guests: Bob Feller and Carl Hubbell, Baseball Pitchers 
Bob Feller and Carl Hubbell, baseball pitchers; Albert Spalding, violin; Marimba Band; Cossacks Male Chorus 
60:00 

 
17 
April 24, 1937 
Guest-Gene Sarazen, Golfer 
Gene Sarazen, golfer; Albert Wiggam, psychologist; Larry Collins, trombone 
60:00 

 
18 
May 1, 1937 
Guest-Lauritz Melchoir 
Lauritz Melchoir, tenor; Joe E. Brown; Larry Collins, trombone; Commander. C. E. Rosendahl, USN 
60:00 

 
19 
May 8, 1937 
Guest-Dizzy Dean 
Claude Rains, actor; Casper Reardon, harp; Fray and Braggiotti, piano; Dizzy Dean, interviewed by Bill Clem, umpire; Julia Paters, soprano, and Mother 
60:00 

 
20 
May 15, 1937 
Guest-John Kissinger, Human Guinea Pig 
Eddie Garr, comedy; Arthur Brown, actor; Ellaworth Vines and Fred Ebery, tennis stars; Josef Lhevinne and wife, piano; Alexander Kikiloff and his Gypsies; John Kissinger, human guinea pig; C.W. Coates, Curator, Tropical Fish at NY Aquarium 
60:00 

 
21 
May 22, 1937 
War Brides 
Scene from "War Brides" with Alla Nazimova; Norman Cordon, baritone; Frank Luther, songs Stoopnagle and Budd, comedy; Gus Good, glockenspeils 
60:00 

 
22 
May 29, 1937 
Guest-Connie Mack 
Walter Hampden, Bert Lytell, Connie Mack (Manager of the Philidelphia A's Baseball Team), Mrs. John McGraw, Bert Lynn (Vibrolynn), Louis D'Angelo and Daughter Louise, Rufe Davis (comedy). Memorial Day Program. 
59:58 

 
23 
June 5, 1937 
Sun-Up 
Mrs. Martin Johnson interview; comedy sketch with Billy Lynn; Scene from "Sun-up" with Florence Reed; Ekail Boreo, comedy; Louise Massey and The Westeners, songs; Chinese Orchestra, William Petty Lee, conductor;s Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Orawford, organ 
60:00 

 
24 
June 12, 1937 
Brother Damien 
Drama, "Brother Damien" with Fritz Lieber; Mario Chamlee, tenor; Norman Cordon, baritone; Billy Lynn and Rufe Davis, comedy; George Frame Brown, author; Dr. Raymond L. Ditmara, Curator of Reptiles act NY Zoological Park 
60:00 

 
25 
June 19, 1937 
Guest-Jack Dempsey, Former Heavyweight Champion 
Jack Dempsey, former heavyweight champion; Marx Connelly, playwright 
60:00 

 
26 
June 26, 1937 
Guests-Fray and Braggiotti, Piano 
Alex Marrison, golfer; Warden Lewis E, Loves, Sing Sing Prison; Fray and Braggiotti, piano; comedy skit with Dave Vine, Harry Lang and Louise Squire 
60:00 

 
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