Glenn Miller

January 18, 1939 to December 27, 1941
13 episodes known to exist
Glenn Miller was a comedy radio show which ran from January 18, 1939 to December 27, 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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January 18, 1939 - December 27, 1941
Glenn Miller
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Glenn Miller
January 18, 1939 - December 27, 1941
13 episodes known to exist
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January 18, 1939 
Paradise Restaurant, N.Y.C. 
"Blue Skies" 11:30 - 12:00 Midnight 
29:30 

 
 
March 20, 1939 
Meadowbrook Ballroom, Cedar Grove, N.J. 
"I get along without you very well" No Opening 
20:00 

 
 
April 7, 1939 
Meadowbrook Ballroom, Cedar Grove, N.J. 
"Don't Worry `Bout Me" No Opening 
24:50 

 
 
January 5, 1940 
Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, Nyc 
"Johnson Rag" 
29:30 

 
 
February 26, 1940 
Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, Nyc 
"Little Brown Jug" 
29:30 

 
 
March 4, 1940 
Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, N.Y.C. 
"Symphony In Riffe","I'll Never Smile Again" (1st Time on the Air). 
29:10 

 
 
June 4, 1940 
Moonlight Serenade - Chacago Civic Theat 
"Oh Lady Be Good" 10:00pm - 10:15pm 
11:50 

 
 
July 11, 1940 
Moonlight Serenade - Chacago Civic Theat 
"On The Alamo" 10:00pm - 10:15pm 
13:00 

 
 
July 16, 1940 
Moonlight Serenade - Chacago Civic Theat 
"Rug Cutter's Ball" 10:00pm - 10:15pm 
12:50 
 
December 13, 1940 
Moonlight Serenade - Chacago Civic Theat 
"Sugar Foot Stomp" 10:00pm - 10:15pm 
11:30 

 
 
August 30, 1941 
Steel Pier, Atlantic City, N.J. 
Originally aired 5:00pm - 6:00pm with break for Saragosa Race from 5:15pm - 5:30pm no end 
30:30 

 
 
December 7, 1941 
Glenn Island Casino 
BREAK FOR ANN ON ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR 
16:00 

 
 
December 27, 1941 
Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, N.Y.C. 
Glenn receives Motion Pix Daily 6th ann Poll Award "White Cliffs Of Dover" is interupted twice for station break. 
50:45 

 
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