Treasury Hour

July 2, 1941 to December 23, 1941
5 episodes known to exist
Treasury Hour was a variety / music shows radio show which ran from July 2, 1941 to December 23, 1941.
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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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July 2, 1941 - August 13, 1941
The Treasury Hour
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October 21, 1941 - December 23, 1941
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The Treasury Hour
Also known as THE TREASURY HOUR
July 2, 1941 - August 13, 1941
3 episodes known to exist
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July 2, 1941 
Information Please 
Host: Clifton Fadiman Stars: Oscar Levant, John Kieran, Franklyn P. Adams). Charles Laughton with a good reading of the "Gettysburgh Address," a remote from Philadelphia for the ringing of the Liberty Bell. Barry Wood sings, "Any Bonds Today?", Fred Allen, Grace Moore, Herman Wouk, John Kieran, Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Oscar Levant, Ray Bloch and His Choir. Independence Day Program. 
59:53 

 
July 30, 1941 
Host: Tyrone Power 
Host: Tyrone Power. Stars: Don Ameche, Jack Benny, Claudette Colbert, Bette Davis, Jane Froman, Mary Livingstone, Barry Woods, Ray Bloc's Choir, Al Goodman Orchestra. 
1:01:00 

 
August 13, 1941 
The Songs of America 
Host: Al Jolson. Al Goodman Orchestra, Barry Wood, Bidu Sayao, Henry Fonda, Martha Stewart, Arch Oboler, Lou Merrill, Davey Lee, The Ray Block Chorus, Horace Braham. 
60:00 

 
Treasury Hour
Also known as TREASURY HOUR
October 21, 1941 - December 23, 1941
2 episodes known to exist
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October 21, 1941 
 
Announcer: Larry Elliott. Stars: Robert Montgomery, Noel Coward, Graham McNamee, Carmen Miranda, Ricardo Cortez, Barry Wood, Frank Lovejoy. (Incomplete - 2nd half only. 
30:00 

 
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December 23, 1941 
Christmas Show 
MC: Fredric March, Edward Arnold, Fanny Brice, Marlene Dietrich, Judy Garland, Tito Fazard, The King's Men, John Nesbitt, Alan Reed, Alec Templeton, Victor Young's Orchestra, Barry Wood and the Treasury Bond Orchestra. Christmas Program 
56:39 

 
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