Four For the Fifth

June 3, 1944 to June 24, 1944
4 episodes known to exist
Four For the Fifth was a drama radio show which ran from June 3, 1944 to June 24, 1944.
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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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June 3, 1944 - June 24, 1944
Four For the Fifth
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Four For the Fifth
June 3, 1944 - June 24, 1944
4 episodes known to exist
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June 3, 1944 
Surrender 
Writer/Producer/Director: Arch Oboler. Stars: Franchot Tone. Music: Gordon Jenkins. 
30:00 

 
June 10, 1944 
High Command 
Writer/Producer/Director: William N. Robson. Stars: Paul Lukas, Eric Von Stroheim. Music: Wilbur Hatch. 
30:00 

 
June 17, 1944 
The Laughter 
Writer/Producer/Director: Arch Oboler. Stars: Fred MacMurray, Bea Benaderet, Mercedes McCambridge, Lou Merrill, Verna Felton, Gloria Blondell, Frank Graham, Frank Martin, Norman Field, Ken Christy, Joseph Granky, Cathy Lewis. Music: Gordon Jenkins. 
30:00 

 
June 24, 1944 
E-Day 
Writer/Producer: William N. Robson. Director: Arch Oboler. Stars: Conrad Nagel, Frank Lovejoy, Jackson Beck, James Newell, Barry Wood. Music: Dimitri Shostakovich. "The United Nations On The March" by Shostakovich. 
30:00 

 
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