Everything For the Boys

January 18, 1944 to June 27, 1944
23 episodes known to exist
Everything For the Boys was a drama radio show which ran from January 18, 1944 to June 27, 1944.
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January 18, 1944 - June 27, 1944
Everything For the Boys
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Everything For the Boys
January 18, 1944 - June 27, 1944
23 episodes known to exist
Scripts: Arch Oboler, R.E. Sherwood
Announcer: Frank Martin
Music: Gorden Jenkins
Starred: Ronald Colman till 6-27-44 then Dick Haymes
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January 18, 1944 
Petrified Forest 
Ginger Rogers Home Recording 
31:00 

 
January 25, 1944 
Knuckles 
Irene Dunn 
 

 
February 1, 1944 
Lost Horizon 
Mercedes McCambridge, Janet Blair, Norman Field Moderate Disc Noise Throughout 
30:00 

 
February 8, 1944 
Berkeley Square 
Greer Garson Slight Disc Noise Throught 
29:40 

 
February 15, 1944 
A Man to Remember 
Bob Burns Colman reads "High Flight" by John G. McGee 
29:50 

 
February 22, 1944 
The Woman Stayed At Home 
Mercedes McCambridge Colman reads poem "White Magnolia Tree" by Helen Deusch 
29:40 

 
February 29, 1944 
Rogue Male 
Merle Oberon 
 

 
March 7, 1944 
Of Human Bondage 
Bette Davis, Hans Conreid Minor Dist & Surface Noise 
29:30 

 
March 14, 1944 
The Ghost Goes West 
Anne Baxter Minor Distortion & Surface Noise 
29:30 

 
10 
March 21, 1944 
A Girl On the Road 
Martha Scott Colman reads "Letter To General Montgomery from General Nye". 
29:30 

 
11 
March 28, 1944 
An Ostrich in Bed 
Joan Bennett Colman reads "Letter to a Soldier's Wife from India" 1 Disc is broken-missing 4 minutes. Also Heavy Distortion 
29:30 

 
12 
April 4, 1944 
This Living Book 
Dennis Day, Mercedes McCambridge, Robert Bailey, Lou Merrill. "Song of Songs", "The Lord's Prayer" 
29:30 

 
13 
April 11, 1944 
The Citadel 
Ida Lupino 
29:30 

 
14 
April 18, 1944 
The Jarvis Bay Goes Down 
Ella Logan 
29:30 

 
15 
April 25, 1944 
Death Takes a Holiday 
Ingrid Colman, Hans Conreid, Luis Van Rooten Miss Bergman sings portion of "As Time Goes By" to serviceman. 
29:55 

 
16 
May 2, 1944 
Holy Matrimony 
Ruth Chatterton, Ella Mae Morse Adaption of "Buried Alive" by A. Bennett. Ella Mae Morse sings "Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet" 
29:40 

 
17 
May 9, 1944 
This Above All 
Olivia de Havilland 
29:30 

 
18 
May 16, 1944 
Blithe Spirit 
Loretta Young, Edna Best, Mercedes McCambridge 
28:40 

 
19 
May 23, 1944 
Quality Street 
Agnes Moorehead, Maureen O'Sullivan 
30:30 

 
20 
May 30, 1944 
The House I Live In 
Dinah Shore 
 

 
21 
June 13, 1944 
Reunion in Vienna 
Claudette Colbert There was no broadcast 6/6. Pre-empted by "D DAY" 
 

 
22 
June 20, 1944 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
 

 
23 
June 27, 1944 
Guest: Helen Forest 
Helen Forest 
30:00 

 
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