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(:title Cavalcade of America: Episodes 201 - 300:)
!!From November 20, 1940 through October 12, 1942:

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[[#ep201]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 201 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/11/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)201
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Farmer Takes a Wife
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story of romance along the Erie Canal.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marc Connelly (playwright, adaptor), Nancy Kelly, William Johnstone, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Kenny Delmar, Howard Smith, John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Edwin Jerome, Elliott Reid, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Brad Barker (animal voices), Frank Elser (playwright), Walter Edmonds (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), William Spargrove (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents for the first time on the air the famous Broadway, Hollywood success, "The Farmer Takes a Wife"...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's star, Agnes Moorhead, introduces next week's show about Martha Berry, in which she will play the lead role. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep202]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 202 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/11/27
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)202
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Light in the Hills
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Martha Berry and the school she started in Georgia for poor boys in the South.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Ray Collins, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Ronald Liss, Elliott Reid, Ann Starrett, Howard Smith, George Coulouris, Kingsley Colton, Virginia Routh, Sarah Fussell, Warren Colston, Frank Monaghan (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Floyd Mack (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] On this program, The Cavalcade of America, honors a living person, a woman whose work has earned her an undisputed place in the history of our time, she is Martha Berry.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week, Alexander Wolcott on his show, 'Town Crier' will collaborate with Deems Taylor in a special program about the birth of a beloved American song, 'The Battle Hymn of the Republic'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep203]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 203 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/04
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)203
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Battle Hymn of the Republic
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A superb time-travel journey back in time to November, 1861, to a nation at war. The story of how Julia Ward Howe came to write the title hymn.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alexander Wolcott (writer, performer, narrator), Deems Taylor (composer, conductor), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Ladies and Gentleman, to our Cavalcade microphone, as special guest, comes Alexander Wolcott, who from time to time since the fall of 29, has as the town crier....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's star, Ray Collins, introduces next week's show about Theodore Roosevelt in 'The Big Stick', in which he will play the lead role. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Prior to next weeks broadcast, the show John Brown was substituted in the schedule. Reason unknown.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep204]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 204 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/11
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)204
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John Brown
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the fiery abolitionist who took the law into his own hands to free slaves shortly before the Civil War.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar (quadruples), Karl Swenson (triples), William Johnstone, Elliott Reid, Dwight Weist, Ray Collins, Juano Hernandez, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, William Pringle, George Coulouris, Ted Jewett, Howard Smith, Edwin Jerome, Charita Bauer, Bill Adams, Homer Fickett (producer, director).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] On this program, The Cavalcade of America presents "John Brown of Osawatomie" an original radio play written by Robert Coleman.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week, Raymond Massey will star in 'The Undefended Border' a story, written by Stephen Vincent Benet, of the three thousand mile border separating Canada and the U.S. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: Program title is also spoken as John Brown of Osawatomie. The shorter title will be used on the file for convenience and to limit characters in filename.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep205]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 205 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/18
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)205
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Undefended Border
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A portrait of the early relations between the United States and Canada.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Stephen Vincent Benet (writer), Raymond Massey, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman, performer), John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Alfred Shirley, Dwight Weist (triples), Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, William Johnstone, Ray Collins (triples), William Pringle, Robin Cravin, Sarah Fussell, Ian Martin, Brad Barker (animal voices), Elliott Reid, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), The Ken Christy Choir.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] One of the most inspiring chapters in the Western hemisphere is the long peace that has existed between the United States and Canada.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week will be a special Christmas presentation of 'The Green Pastures' by Marc Connelly, and will star the Hall Johnson Choir. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)As a special program, this performance of The Cavalcade of America is being broadcast via short-wave to South America.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep206]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 206 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/25
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)206
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Green Pastures
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The first radio dramatization of the story, based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play. The story of the old testament, retold in simple terms from a Negro point of view.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Juano Hernandez, Marc Connelly (author, adaptor, director), The Hall Johnson Choir, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Dick Campbell, Valentine Alameda, Mercedes Gilbert, Muriel Rahn, Carrington Lewis, Christola Williams, Edna Thomas, John Garth, Gus Simons, Emory Richardson, Walter Whitfield, Paul Johnson, Tom Moseley, Robert Johnson, Orville Phillips, Juanita Hall, Dodo Green, Richard Huey, James Fuller, Viola Dean, Alanzo Bozan, Georgette Harvey, Paul Floyd, Frank Wilson, Homer Fickett (producer), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] At a time of gift and sharing that makes all the world kin, The Cavalcade of America brings you as its gift, the simple and moving story of the beliefs of a devout people. One of America's most beloved plays "The Green Pastures".
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Christmas wishes to all from the 76,000 employees of `DuPont. Next week's show will be the story of Will Rogers and will star his friend, Cal Tinney. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Program is rebroadcast 12/22/41
(:tableend:)


[[#ep207]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 207 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/01
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)207
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Will Rogers
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A lively biography of the great American humorist.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Cal Tinney (writer, performer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), John McIntire, Peggy Riley, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, William Pringle, Kenny Delmar, Ray Collins, Ted Jewett (triples), Alfred Shirley, Elliott Reid, Warren Colston, Edwin Jerome, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Every era in American history has been sagely interpreted by its humorists. In the frantic era we've just passed thru it was "Will Rogers"
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone introduces next week's show as being 'Mightier Than the Sword'. New Year's wishes to all. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep208]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 208 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)208
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Mightier Than the Sword
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Thomas Nast used his political cartoons to end the reign of Boss Tweed in New York municipal politics.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett, Dwight Weist, John McIntire, Ray Collins, Elliott Reid, Kenny Delmar, Howard Smith, Edwin Jerome, William Pringle, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Alfred Shirley, Frank Monaghan (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America present an original radio play, "Mightier Than the Sword", written by Robert Tallman and based on the life of the great American cartoonist, Thomas Nash.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett announces next week, Claude Rains will star in the story of Thomas Cooper. Pro American message. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep209]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 209 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/15
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)209
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)As a Man Thinketh
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Thomas Cooper, the man who tested the Sedition Act of President Adams, and went to jail to support his beliefs.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Ray Collins (triples), Ted Jewett (triples), William Pringle, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America is proud at this time to welcome back to it's company, Claude Rains, the distinguished star of stage screen and radio, in an original drama written by Gareth Porter, "As A Man Thinketh".
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week will star Jean Muir in 'Wait for the Morning', a drama based on the life of Emily Dickinson. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep210]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 210 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)210
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Wait for the Morning
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The biography of poet Emily Dickenson and of her great love.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Sterrett, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Norman Rosten (adaptor), Genevieve Taggard (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents an original play with verse, by Norman Watson, "Wait for the Morning". Interpreting the romance of Emily Dickenson, the New England Poet who's lyric voice....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)And now the star of next weeks program, John McIntire, of the Cavalcade Players. [John speaking] "Ladies and gentlemen, next weeks Cavalcade play is about a man who should have been everybody's grandfather, Benjamin Franklin. Not the signer of the Declaration or the great diplomat, but an amusing story told in a whimsical radio drama, "Doctor Franklin Takes It Easy," which highlights some of the good doctors amazing inventions during the early days of our country. Once more, I am happy to portray the role of Doctor Franklin when Cavalcade comes to you again next week. Thank you. For assistance in the preparation of our play, we wish to acknowledge with thanks, the biographer of Emily Dickenson, written by Genevieve Taggard, "The Life and mind of Emily Dickinson." On the Cavalcade of America your announcer is Clayton Collyer sending best wishes from `DuPont.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)This broadcast was advertised as staring Jean Muir, however Ann Sterrett, a stock player, was put into the role. No reason is given. Script repeated March 9, 1942, episode 269. Genevieve Taggard, "The Life and mind of Emily Dickinson." was printed in 1930.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep211]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 211 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/29
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)211
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Doctor Franklin Takes It Easy
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)How the "lazy" Ben Franklin was motivated to create his many inventions.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Sarah Fussell, Erik Barnouw (writer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, Ronald Liss, Larry Robinson, Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome, Ray Collins, Ted Jewett, Robert Readick, Gertrude Crippen, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents an original radio comedy, "Dr Franklin Takes It Easy", written by Erick Varno. A story of some of the amazing inventions of America's genial philosopher and beloved patriot, Benjamin Franklin.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)And now Ray Collins of the Cavalcade players to tell you about next weeks program. [Ray Speaking] "Ladies and gentlemen, next week the Cavalcade of America presents a radio play, "Henry Clay of Kentucky." The story of a man remembered for his great slogan - No south, no north, no east, no west, and who said, "I'd rather be right, than president." Admiring any man who fought for unity in America, as he did, I am happy to play the part of Henry Clay, when Cavalcade comes to you next week. Thank you. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep212]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 212 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/02/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)212
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Clay of Kentucky
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Clay tries to compromise once again to preserve the Union.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Garrett Porter (writer), Ray Collins, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), William Johnstone, Juano Hernandez, Ted Jewett, John McIntire, Edwin Jerome, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, Ian MacAllister, William Pringle, Ann Starrett, Elliott Reid, Brad Barker (animal voices), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A tribute to the citizens and country of America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] In the Cavalcade Theater we present "Henry Clay of Kentucky". An original radio drama by Gareth Porter.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep213]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 213 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)41/02/12
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)213
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Abraham Lincoln: the War Years
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)A portrait of the president.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Raymond Massey, Carl Sandburg (author), Robert Sherwood (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Dick Van Patten, Agnes Moorehead, William Johnstone, Ian MacAllister, Leslie Sweeney, Jeanette Nolan, Marjorie Harf, Kingsley Colton, George May, John Styles (triples), E. Keeling, Ted Jewett (triples), Andy Shaw, Hood Worthington, Karl Swenson, Ray Collins (triples), Elliott Reid, Frank Milano, Bob Roberts, John Sacks, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The program uses local talent from "The Little Theatre Group" in Wilmington, Delaware, from where the show originates. The script was used previously on February 13, 1940 and subsequently on February 9, 1942. This was Raymond Massey's most famous role. Abraham Lincoln: The War Years was published December 1, 1939.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep214]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 214 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/02/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)214
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Plain Mr. President
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)George Washington journeys from Mount Vernon to New York to wearily begin the tasks of the President of the United States.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, George Coulouris, Karl Swenson, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Richard Stark (narrator), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Ted Jewett (quadruples), Elliott Reid, Agnes Moorehead, Juano Hernandez, William Pringle, Brad Barker (animal voices), Edwin Jerome, Paul Johnson, Ray Collins, Dwight Cooke (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The month of April, 1789. The hearts of four million people rejoicing with the spring. Grim years of fighting over.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Our thanks to John McIntire and the Cavalcade Players, for their portrayal of George Washington's momentous journey that ended in New York with his inauguration as our Nation's first president. And now `DuPont brings you news of chemistry at work in our world. And now the star of next weeks program, Karl Swenson, of the Cavalcade Players. [Karl speaking] Ladies and gentlemen, next week our play is taken from the life of the great American writer, Edgar Allan Poe. It's a story of dramatic walk through the rain, on a night in 1849, when this strange, talented genius, reviewed the story of his life. The life of shattered dreams, out of which he created his master pieces in poetry and the short story. We hope you will join us for this broadcast next week. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)

%note%The following text is a partial transcription from an extended `DuPont commercial in episode 214, End of Show: ''Everyone has seen pictures of Mount Vernon, Washington's home, white and gracious among its stately trees. Its white paint was once a mark of distinction, but not a lasting one. For the paint of those days had to be replaced with discouraging frequency. Washington, the practical economist, would no doubt have been pleased with modern house paints, which actually clean themselves. `DuPont chemists now make a paint for out of doors, which starts white and stays white, for it literally washes itself. You put it on and a few months later or a little longer if there are unusual climate or dirt conditions in your neighborhood, a fine white powder forms on the surface. The first heavy rain washes off the powder and takes the dirt along with it. Few people have any idea how much progress has been made in paint chemistry. Take a single color, ivory. Ivory is one of the simplest colors. Old fashion painters used to mix it by stirring a little raw umber into a bucket of white. Here's how `DuPont Chemists mix interior gloss ivory. It is made from titanium oxide and calcium sulfate, in a mixture with of vegetable drying oils, lead naphthenate and a mineral solvent. A reaction product of lead and manganese with linoleic acid and a petroleum solvent, chrome yellow ground in linseed oil, chrome orange ... well that give you some idea. `DuPont paint chemists have to be familiar with over 900 materials that are used in present day manufacture of paints. ........ [Continues for another 1 minute and 40 seconds, before] ... the `DuPont pledge, better things, for better living, through chemistry.''

[[#ep215]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 215 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/02/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)215
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edgar Allan Poe
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A well-done biography of the somber, unhappy life of the poet and writer.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Norman Rosten (writer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Charita Bauer, Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), John McIntire, William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Brad Barker (animal voices), Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Ray Collins, Richard Stark (announcer), Homer Fickett (producer, director).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America brings you a drama inspired by the life of Edgar Allen Poe, the brooding genius, who's stories and poems left an authentic American imprint upon the literature of the world.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Cavalcade of America thanks Karl Swenson and the Cavalcade Players for their performance of Edgar Allan Poe, America's first great literary genius. And now `DuPont brings you news of chemistry in our world. [`DuPont's chemical contribution to grain production, preservation from the field to the final product, and preservation of the final product - bread... ending with the `DuPont slogan] ... the chemist who brings us, better things, for better living, through chemistry. Next week, the Cavalcade of America presents the distinguished American Actor, Henry Hull. Our Play, 'Voice in the Wilderness,' is the story of William Penn and the founding of Pennsylvania. An exciting chapter in American colonization, left to us by this man of peace. We hope you will join us, when we present Henry Hull, as William Penn, on the Cavalcade of America, next week. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep216]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 216 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)216
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Voice in the Wilderness
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A brief biography of William Penn and the Quakers. The surprising revelation of just who Pennsylvania was named after.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Hull, George Coulouris, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, Alfred Shirley, William Johnstone, Ray Collins, Elliott Reid, John McIntire, Ian Martin, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Garrett Porter (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] ...radio play by Garris Porter...who founded one of great states of our nation, Pennsylvania. Cavalcade presents the distinguished ... Henry Hull...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Cavalcade of America thanks Henry Hull and the Cavalcade Players, for their performance of "Voice in the Wilderness." Our story of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania. And now `DuPont brings you news of chemistry in our world. [`DuPont's products that support getting clean water or cleaning water for your home...] ... the `DuPont pledge, better things, for better living, through chemistry. And now the star of next weeks program, William Johnstone, of the Cavalcade Players. [William speaking] Our play next week is called "Black Rust." It is the little known, but exciting story of a man named Mark Carlton, who single handed, wiped out a plague that was devastating the great wheat lands of America's Middle West. We hope you'll join us for this broadcast next week. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep217]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 217 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)217
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Black Rust
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Mark Carleton's around the world search for a variety of wheat able to resist the "Black Rust" that was ruining America's wheat crop during the last century.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Stefan Schnabel, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Ted Jewett (triples), Kenny Delmar, Ann Starrett, Jeanette Nolan, Edwin Jerome, Elliott Reid, John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Howard Smith, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] There once lived an American whose name is little known, but, it should be as familiar to us as the bread we eat, for he preserved the fertility of out vast American wheat land. He was Mark Carleton....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire introduces next week's program 'I Sing a New World', the story of Walt Whitman. Public Service Announcement for the Girl Scouts. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep218]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 218 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)218
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)I Sing a New World
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A radio fantasy about the spirit of Walt Whitman in America. Walt Whitman's spirit visits "modern" (i.e. - 1941) America to see the "new world" that he envisaged.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Pauline Preller, Jeanette Nolan, Ted Jewett, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Agnes Moorehead, Stefan Schnabel, Howard Smith, Peggy Riley, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] "I Sing A New World". Our play is a radio fantasy about Walt Whitman. Written for Cavalcade of America by Robert Tallman. Staring in the role of Walt Whitman is John McIntire of the Cavalcade Players.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone introduces next week's show 'Down to the Sea'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Walt Whitman."
(:tableend:)


[[#ep219]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 219 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)219
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Down to the Sea
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Herman Melville's adventures in the South Seas, aboard whaling ships and surprisingly ending his days as a New York Customs Inspector.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Agnes Moorehead, William Pringle, Ray Collins, Peggy Riley, Edwin Jerome, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Alfred Shirley, John McIntire, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Among Americas most brilliant authors is Herman Melville, whose novel "Moby Dick" has become a world classic. And we now bring you his story in "Down to the Sea".
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewitt announces that Paul Muni will appear in the role of Edwin Booth. Reminder of the broadcast day changing to Monday, March 31st. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)

%note%41/03/06 A broadcast day schedule change is announced as changing to Monday.

[[#ep220]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 220 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/31
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)220
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Booth
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the famous actor, brother of the man who shot Abraham Lincoln, and how the assassination affected his life.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paul Muni, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Ann Starrett, Agnes Moorehead, Kenny Delmar, Alfred Shirley, Elliott Reid, William Pringle, Ted Jewett, Ray Collins, Edwin Jerome, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight the Cavalcade of America comes to you on a different day and to many of you at a different time. To our old friends and new friends alike we say the Cavalcade is for you. If you will write and tell us which Cavalcade programs you have liked best in the past, or would like to hear in the future, it will help us to select the best subjects for our future broadcasts from among the great number we have under consideration. Just address your letters or postcards to The `DuPont Company, Wilmington, Delaware. The Cavalcade of America presents the distinguished American actor Paul Muni in the role of one most renowned players in the history of the American stage, Edwin Booth.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be an original radio drama about John Keats. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Repeat of previous presentation 9/29/37, Episode 102
(:tableend:)


[[#ep221]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 221 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/07
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)221
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ode to a Nightingale
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of John Keats, the great English poet, and his tragic life.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Maxwell Anderson (writer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Agnes Moorehead, Peggy Riley, Kingsley Colton, Kenny Delmar, William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Jeanette Nolan, Elliott Reid, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents "Ode to a Nightingale". An original radio play about John Keats and America, especially written for the Cavalcade players, by the distinguished American dramatist, Maxwell Anderson.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett announces next week's show 'A Passage to Georgia', the story of James Oglethorpe. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep222]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 222 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/14
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)222
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A Passage to Georgia
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of James Oglethorpe, who started out to reform the British system of debtor's prisons, and wound up as the guiding force behind the American colony of Georgia.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alfred Shirley, William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Ian Martin, John McIntire, Ian MacAllister, Jeanette Nolan, Ann Starrett, Ian Martin, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Agnes Moorehead, Garrett Porter (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Ted Jewett (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents "A Passage To Georgia". A story of General James Oglethorpe, who in righting an old world wrong, founded the colony of Georgia with men who were to find new life in a new world.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be an original program covering the story of Henry Bergh, founder of the A.S.P.C.A. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep223]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 223 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/21
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)223
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Bergh, Founder of the ASPCA
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how the Society formed to prevent the mistreatment of animals. The drama includes an interesting insight into the Gerry Society for the prevention of cruelty to children.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Albert Payson Terhune (writer, narrator), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Stefan Schnabel, William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Ian MacAllister, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Brad Barker (animal sounds), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America in commemorating the 75th anniversary of the founding "The American Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals" presents the story of it's first president, Henry Bergh, prepared by America's distinguished writer of animal life, Albert Payson Terhune.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett announces that next week, Madeleine Carroll will play the role of Margaret Fuller in 'The Heart and the Fountain'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep224]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 224 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/28
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)224
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Heart and the Foundation
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Margaret Fuller, a pioneering woman reporter and the first women foreign correspondent. Her coverage of Garibaldi's revolution and the love she found there is dramatized.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, William Pringle, Alfred Shirley, Stefan Schnabel, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Ray Collins, William Johnstone, Peggy Riley, Edwin Jerome (triples), Elliott Reid, Karl Swenson, Margaret Riley, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents Madeleine Carroll, brilliant star of the American screen, in "The Heart And The Fountain", an original radio play written by Margaret Riley. The story of a woman of astonishing genius in American Journalism, Margaret Fuller
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar introduces next week's show about the story of Horatio Alger. The Cavalcade honors the centenary of the New York Herald Tribune. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep225]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 225 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)225
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Trials and Triumphs of Horatio Alger
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The life story of the literary inventor of the "rags to riches" formula used in over one hundred boy's books.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kingsley Colton, Sarah Fussell, Agnes Moorehead, William Johnstone, Pauline Preller, Ray Collins, Ronald Liss, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Jack Grimes, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Peggy Riley, Herbert Mayes (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents Kenneth Delmar in an original radio play by Robert Tallman, called "The Trials And Triumphs Of Horatio Alger". Horatio Alger struck an authentically American note in popular fiction....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Starrett introduces next week's show about Theodosia Burr. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep226]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 226 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)226
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Theodosia Burr
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Aaron Burr's loyal daughter who supported her father's political views, even through his trial for treason.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Starrett, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Alfred Shirley, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Edwin Jerome, Elliott Reid, William Johnstone, John McIntire, Larry Robinson, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Gertrude Crippen, Karl Swenson, Robert Tallman, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] We'd like to tell you the story of a woman who worshiped a man who was wrong. The woman is Theodosia Burr, the man her father, Aaron Burr.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire announces next week's show about Davy Crockett. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep227]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 227 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)227
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)David Crockett
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The frontier legend tells his own life story to other legends in Heaven to gain admittance to the "Cloud Reserved for American Legends."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Clayton Collyer (announcer), William Johnstone (triples), William Pringle, Elliott Reid (triples), Ray Collins, Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome (triples), Peggy Riley, William Pringle, Juano Hernandez, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Karl Swenson, Larry Robinson, Kingsley Colton, Peter Lyon, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] We'd like to tell you tonight about a man named Davy Crockett, part history and part legend. He and men like him gave their lives to build this nation, where once the winds were lonely and the earth silent.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson talks about next week's show which will be the story of Johns Hopkins. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep228]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 228 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)228
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Johns Hopkins
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the Quaker who was determined to amass a fortune and who founded a hospital and a university after he did so.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Agnes Moorehead, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Pauline Preller, Charita Bauer, Ray Collins, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we bring you the story of Johns Hopkins. The great university and world famous hospital in Baltimore, which bear his name...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead introduces next week's show about a mystery woman, Anna Ella Carroll. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep229]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 229 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/02
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)229
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Anna Ella Carroll
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Anna Ella Carroll, who convinced Lincoln to appoint Grant to command the Union Army.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Robert Tallman (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar, Karl Swenson (triples), Edwin Jerome, William Pringle, John McIntire, Ann Starrett, William Johnstone, Elliott Reid (triples), Ted Jewett, Ray Collins, Marjorie Greenbie, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] We bring you a story tonight, of "Anna Ella Carroll". The great un-recognized member of Abraham Lincoln's cabinet, who worked obscurely, but decisively for the President and for the principle of his great struggle, unity in America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire talks about Andrew Jackson, who will be the subject of next week's story. Cavalcade gratefully acknowledges its obligation for new material which appeared in Marjorie Barstow Greenbie's 'My Dear Lady', published by Whittlesey House. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Anna Ella Carroll: The Woman in Lincoln's Cabinet" and "The Woman in Lincoln's Cabinet" are both titles that were listed on the script. Anna Ella Carroll was the spoken title.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep230]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 230 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/09
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)230
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Andrew Jackson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Andy Jackson, a crusading lawyer in Tennessee, puts down an Indian uprising and captures a traitor.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Agnes Moorehead, Robert Tallman (writer), Erik Barnouw (writer), Karl Swenson, Ray Collins, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Pringle, Edwin Jerome, Juano Hernandez, William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Howard Smith, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] For our story tonight, we bring you Andrew Jackson as a hard-fisted young lawyer in the wilderness, and his fight for the American way of life, with equal justice under the law on the frontiers of our expanding Republic.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead introduces next week's show about Annie Oakley. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Andrew Jackson" is the spoken title; Young Andrew Jackson is the script title.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep231]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 231 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/16
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)231
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Annie Oakley
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the gallant lady marksman and her rise to fame.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Frank Readick, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, John McIntire, Agnes Young, Kenny Delmar, Brad Barker (animal voices), Ted Jewett, Elliott Reid, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we bring you a radio portrait of "Annie Oakley" and the legend of her crack marksmanship. Which to the men and women of her era became their national pride and to us, one of America's fondest memories.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson introduces next week's show about Joel Chandler Harris. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep232]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 232 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/23
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)232
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Joel Chandler Harris
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the modest, self-effacing author of the "Uncle Remus" stories of the South.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome, Ray Collins, Arthur Miller (writer), Karl Swenson, Agnes Moorehead (triples), Juano Hernandez, Junius Matthews, John McIntire, Agnes Young, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents Karl Swenson and the story of Joel Chandler Harris. An original radio play written by Arthur Miller. Joel Chandler Harris recognized through out the world as one of our nations great writer's of folklore.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome introduces the subject of next week's show - Jean Pierre Blanchard. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep233]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 233 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/30
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)233
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jean Pierre Blanchard
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the ebullient Frenchman who ascended in a balloon for the first time, in front of General George Washington!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Larry Robinson, Howard Smith, Frank Readick, Ray Collins, John McIntire, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Agnes Young, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson (triples), William Pringle, Brad Barker (animal sounds), Garrett Porter (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Some years ago Cavalcade's historian, Dr. Frank Monahan of Yale University, discovered a little known story of amazing significance in the development civilization, and of particular interest to Americans.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewitt introduces next week show about fighting Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep234]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 234 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/07
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)234
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Mystery of the Spotted Death
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how the U. S. Public Health Service conquered Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, John McIntire, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Juano Hernandez, William Pringle, Ray Collins, Frank Readick, Ted Jewett, Paul de Kruif (author), Erik Barnouw (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] For years and years the plague called Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever had ravaged the people living in the Bitter Root Valley of America's great mountain range The Rockies. To destroy it, a group of American scientists devoted the labor of their lives.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead introduces next week's show about Anne Hutchinson. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep235]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 235 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/14
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)235
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Hutchinson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A dramatization of the trial and expulsion of the outspoken woman in her fight for religious freedom in the Massachusetts colony.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Ray Collins, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick, Pauline Preller, Joan Tetzel, Agnes Young, John McIntire, Peggy Riley, William Pringle, Larry Robinson, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] In the city of Boston stands a statute, erected in the memory of a woman named Anne Hutchinson. It rises near the site of the old Massachusetts general court, which banished Anne Hutchinson in the year 1637...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be the story of O. Henry with Karl Swenson playing the lead role. Reminder to purchase defense bonds or stamps. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep236]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 236 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/21
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)236
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)O Henry
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A night with Sidney Porter (O. Henry), short story virtuoso and an intimate glimpse at his unusual creative process.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar, Agnes Young, William Johnstone, Betty Garde, Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett (triples), Kenny Delmar, John McIntire, Edwin Jerome, Frank Readick, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we bring you a play about a lazy man. He was a writer of stories. In fact he was America's greatest short story writer, Sidney Porter, known all over the world by his generation and ours as "O Henry"
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's show will be the story of Clifford Holland. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep237]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 237 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/28
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)237
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Clifford Holland
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A well-done story about the six tunnels below water level that were built by Mr. Holland, and the methods he used to improve the safety of the sandhogs.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Pringle, Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett (triples), Juano Hernandez, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Howard Smith, Edwin Jerome, Kenny Delmar, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we announce, with pride, that the Secretary of the Navy has awarded to the `DuPont Company, the coveted Navy "E" for excellence... (At 0:58) And now we bring you our play for tonight. A story of Clifford Holland, the great tunnel builder.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead will star in the role of Josephine Baker. Cavalcade wishes to thank officials of the Port of New York Authority for assistance provided in the technical preparation of this program. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep238]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 238 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/04
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)238
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Josephine Baker
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Dr. Josephine Baker, the public health doctor who handled the famous case of "Typhoid Mary," and who extended the life span of the poor.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Adelaide Klein, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar, John McIntire, Agnes Young, Florence Halop, Charita Bauer, Frank Readick, Ted Jewett, Josephine Baker (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[announcer] The most miraculous sound in the world, the cry of a newborn child. A lusty cry signifying health, for babies born in this year of 1941 will live 14 years longer than those born 25 years ago.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next Monday night the Cavalcade players will present 'Red Lanterns on St. Michael's', the story of the first submarine exploit in the American Navy This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep239]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 239 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/11
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)239
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Red Lanterns on St. Michael's
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of a daring plan to help the Southern cause during the Civil War, with the help of a submarine.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Erik Barnouw (adaptor), Thornwall Jacobs (author), William Johnstone, Agnes Moorehead (triples), John McIntire, Frank Readick, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Howard Smith (triples), Ted Jewett, William Pringle, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. [Music] Come listen all. I tramp a perpetual round....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's show will be about Stephen Arnold Douglas, the man who might have defeated Abraham Lincoln for the Presidency. It will star Kenny Delmar in the title role. Cavalcade gratefully acknowledges its obligation for material in the new historical novel, 'Red Lanterns On St. Michael's' written by Thornwall Jacobs, President of Oglethorpe University and published and copyrighted by E.P Dutton Inc. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep240]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 240 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/18
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)240
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Eve of Conflict
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Stephen A. Douglas, who debated Abraham Lincoln for the office of president.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Pringle, Ian MacAllister (triples), Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick (triples), William Johnstone, John McIntire, Pauline Preller, Garrett Porter (adaptor), George Milton (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank, Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. [Music] I sing America. The prairie grass dividing, demanding the spiritual corresponding of men. Demanding the blades to rise, of words, acts, beings...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's show will star Jeanette Nolan as Sacajewea. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Stephen Arnold Douglas"
(:tableend:)


[[#ep241]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 241 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/25
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)241
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Sacajewea
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the Indian squaw who lead the Lewis and Clark expedition to find the "Western Ocean."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, William Johnstone, Carl Frank, Kenny Delmar, Brad Barker (animal sounds), Frank Readick, Karl Swenson, Ronald Liss, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. [Music] What is this America? Land of the pastoral planes, the grass fields of the world. Land of the herds.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week the Cavalcade presents Karl Swenson as Leif Ericsson. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep242]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 242 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/01
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)242
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Leif Ericsson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the first Viking to find the New World.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Frank Readick, Everett Sloane, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. (Music) These are thoughts of all men, of all races, and all ages and lands. The glory of the race of dreamers and adventures.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Kenneth Delmar as Geronimo. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep243]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 243 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)243
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Geronimo
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the famous Apache chieftain who battled General Miles of the Cavalry.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Jeanette Nolan, Edwin Jerome, John McIntire, Everett Sloane (triples), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Charita Bauer, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] [Drums] Indian drums, war drums, throbbing over the purple sage and cactus in the South West America of 1886. Throbbing with the voice of one man, Geronimo.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead will star in 'City of Illusion' next week. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep244]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 244 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/15
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)244
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)City of Illusion
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the fabulous Comstock silver mine in Virginia City, Nevada, and "The Queen of the Comstock."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, Frank Readick, Kenny Delmar, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, Betty Garde, Pauline Preller, Everett Sloane, Howard Smith, John McIntire, William Pringle, Jeanette Nolan, Vardis Fisher (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] [Music] [Door closing] Ghost town. City of Illusion. Wind echoing in the yawing pitheads of abandoned mines. Winds shrieking among shadows that once were miners' shacks.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week, Carl Sandburg will star and Burgess Meredith will be the narrator in the first of two programs about 'Native Land'. Public Service Announcement to buy Defense Bonds at your local bank or post office. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep245]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 245 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)245
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Native Land Part 1
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Carl Sandburg reads from his, "The People, Yes!" and "Abraham Lincoln, The War Years."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Burgess Meredith, Carl Sandburg (author, reader, performer), Everett Sloane (triples), Jeanette Nolan (triples), Kenny Delmar, Frank Readick (quadruples), John McIntire, Everett Sloane, Betty Garde (triples), William Johnstone (triples), Edwin Jerome, Larry Robinson, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett (quadruples), Robert L. Richards (writer), Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] On the Cavalcade of America, `DuPont presents Burgess Meredith and Carl Sandburg, in Native Land.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Burgess Meredith invites the audience back next week with him for the next part of this show starring Judith Anderson. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep246]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 246 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/29
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)246
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Native Land Part 2
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Stories about American women through the years, from the Revolutionary War to the "present."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Judith Anderson, Agnes Moorehead (triples), Burgess Meredith (narrator), Charita Bauer, Joan Tetzel, John McIntire (triples), Betty Garde (quadruples), Jeanette Nolan (quadruples), Edwin Jerome (triples), Kenny Delmar, Elliott Reid, Robert L. Richards (writer), Robert Tallman (writer), John Millington Synge (author), John Quinn (author), Edward Synge (author), Francis Stephens (author), L. F. Bassett (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] `DuPont presents Judith Anderson and Burgess Meredith in Native Land on the Cavalcade of America
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week, Paul Muni will star in the story of Simon Bolivar. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep247]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 247 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/06
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)247
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Bolivar, the Liberator
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the liberator of Venezuela and hero in other parts of South America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paul Muni, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Dudley Nichols (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] `DuPont, maker of better things for better living, through chemistry, presents the Cavalcade of America, starring Paul Muni. (Music) [Announcer] Tonight we have a story to tell you about a man who lived over 100 years ago. He was a man who foresaw the need for free men....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week the Cavalcade will come from Radio City, in Hollywood. Kay Francis will be the star in 'Waters of the Wilderness'. Announcement regarding Cavalcade's appreciation to Radio Daily for the honor of receiving the first Harper and Brothers award for outstanding writing in the radio field. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep248]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 248 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/13
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)248
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Waters of the Wilderness
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Col. George Rogers Clark of the Continental Army, during the American Revolution.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kay Francis, Gale Gordon, Lou Merrill (triples), Gerald Mohr, Bea Benaderet (triples), Jack Mather (quadruples), Agnes Moorehead (triples), John Hiestand (announcer), Pat McGeehan (triples), Grace Leonard, Earle Ross, Gayne Whitman (performer, commercial spokesman), Catherine Cragen, Jerry Gale, Shirley Siefert (author), William Johnstone (adaptor), Robert L. Richards (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)(Music) [Announcer] `DuPont, maker of better things for better living, through chemistry, presents the Cavalcade of America, starring Kay Francis. (Music) [Announcer] Tonight The Cavalcade of America comes to you from Hollywood, to enable us to present our enchanting star of the evening, Miss. Kay Francis.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kay Francis gives some words of support for the Cavalcade show, and announces next week's show will be 'All That Money Can Buy' starring Edward Arnold and Walter Huston. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)This is the first "Cavalcade" show to originate from Hollywood.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep249]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 249 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)249
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)All That Money Can Buy
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jabez Stone makes a deal with the Devil, and then hires Daniel Webster to break the contract.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edward Arnold, Stephen Vincent Benet (author), Walter Huston, James Craig, Jane Darwell, Anne Shirley, Wally Maher, Earle Ross, Lee Millar (as a dog), Sam Hearn, Phil Kramer, Virgil Reimer, Howard Teichmann (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] [Announcer] `DuPont, maker of better things for better living, through chemistry, presents the Cavalcade of America. Tonight RKO's great new motion picture, "All That Money Can Buy", starring Edward Arnold....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edward Arnold and Walter Huston state what fun they've had having the Cavalcade with them. Bit of chit-chat follows with Jane Darwell and Anne Shirley. Walter Huston announces next week's show about John Paul Jones starring Claude Rains. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story based on "The Devil and Daniel Webster," which was also released as a film in 1941.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep250]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 250 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/27
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)250
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Captain Paul
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A biography of the great American naval hero, John Paul Jones...a surprisingly tragic figure!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, John Driscoll (adaptation), Arthur Miller (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Betty Garde, Frank Readick, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Horace Braham, Ann Starrett, Karl Swenson, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, Edward Ellsberg (author), Lucy Ellsberg (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Salute to the 166th birthday of the US Navy when in 1775, the Continental Congress voted funds for two ships.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[female] Oh John, my breath, let me get my breath. [male] One more kiss Dorothea and I'm ready to face a thousand fathers.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains talks about next week's show, 'One Foot in Heaven', in which Frederic March will star. Cavalcade gratefully acknowledges Dodd, Meade and Co. for the new material provided for tonight's show. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep251]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 251 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/03
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)251
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)One Foot in Heaven
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A heartwarming story about a small town pastor and his problems within the community.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Fredric March, Florence Eldridge, Norman Vincent Peale, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Betty Garde, Elliott Reid, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Frank Readick, Edwin Jerome, Virginia Routh, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Gertrude Crippen, Hartzell Spence (author), Casey Robinson (screenwriter), Jean Holloway (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Parson] "Good morning, Doc." [Dr. Horrigan] "Hello, parson. How's the business of pulling folks to heaven?"
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Frederic March introduces Rev. Norman Vincent Peale who says a few words about the show. Next week will be Henry Fonda in 'Drums along the Mohawk'. Cavalcade thanks the New York Theatre Guild so the broadcast can be originated from their facilities.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Reverend Norman Vincent Peale is introduced as the technical advisor of the film of the same name and speaks after the drama.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep252]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 252 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/10
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)252
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Drums Along the Mohawk
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A pioneer's story about life in the Mohawk valley during the Indian uprisings.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Fonda, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Howard Teichmann (adaptor), Jeanette Nolan, Walter Edmonds (author), Betty Garde, Ted Jewett, Karl Swenson, Frank Readick, Edwin Jerome, John McIntire, Kenny Delmar, Lamar Trotti (screenwriter), Sonya Levien (screenwriter), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Gil:] Whoa! Just a minute an' I'll help you down. [Lana:] All Right. [Gil:] Easy now. [Lana:] Um hmm [Gil:] Care for that mud hole.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Fonda thanks the Cavalcade players and promos next weeks show. Next week's show will star Errol Flynn in 'They Died with Their Boots On'. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep253]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 253 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/17
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)253
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)They Died with Their Boots On
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of General George Custer, and the events leading up to the massacre at the Little Big Horn.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Errol Flynn, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Jeanette Nolan, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome (triples), John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick, Buster Wiles, Elliott Reid, Wally Klein (screenwriter), Aeneas MacKenzie (screenwriter), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Custer:] "You look well, darling. Trip did you good."[Wife:] "Thank you, General Custer."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Errol Flynn says a few words about the show tonight and the film of the same name to be released shortly. Next week's show will star Joan Bennett in 'So Red the Rose'. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The picture of the same name opened three days after this broadcast.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep254]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 254 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/24
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)254
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)So Red the Rose
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A fictitious Civil War romance set in rural Mississippi.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John Bennett, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Edwin Jerome, Juano Hernandez, Elliott Reid, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Frank Readick, Stark Young (author), Laurence Stallings (screenwriter), Edwin Mayer (screenwriter), Maxwell Anderson (screenwriter), William Dorsey (adaptor), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sally:] "I hope you gentlemen don't mind if I join you for refreshments." [Malcolm:] "Quite the contrary, my dear."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Joan Bennett talks about the show. Next week will star Irene Dunne in a radio version of 'Cimarron', which will come from Hollywood. Short Public Service Announcement for the 1941 Red Cross membership drive. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep255]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 255 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/01
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)255
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Cimarron
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story set in the early Oklahoma Territory. It's about a crusading newspaper editor who always had to move on to the next frontier.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Irene Dunne, Gale Gordon, Edna Ferber (author), John Hiestand (announcer), Paula Winslowe, Jack Mather, Dorothy Scott, Barbara Jean Wong, Jerry Hausner, Howard McNear, Lou Merrill, Paul Franklin (adaptor), Robert Tallman, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sabra (reading):] "By nightfall there wasn't an acre, Sabra. Not an acre left of the two million opened at noon."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Irene Dunne talks about the program and her role of Sabra Cravat. Next week will star Franchot Tone in 'Men in White'. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The program originates from Hollywood.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep256]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 256 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)256
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Men in White
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A dedicated surgeon loses the love of his fianc?e because of his devotion to medicine.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Franchot Tone, Clayton Collyer (announcer), John McIntire, Frank Readick (triples), Elliott Reid, Jeanette Nolan, Ted Jewett, Sarah Fussell, Kenny Delmar, Betty Garde, Arlene Francis, Pauline Preller, Karl Swenson, Peggy Riley, Sidney Kingsley (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Shorty:] "Pete, sweetheart. Lend me your white tux vest for tonight. I got a date." [Pete:] "The answer is no."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Orson Welles in 'The Great Man Votes'. Public Service Announcement about the need to purchase US Defense Bonds and Stamps following the declaration of war. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep257]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 257 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/15
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)257
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Great Man Votes
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drunken old man and his grandchildren are thrust into the spotlight during a crucial election when it's discovered that he's the only registered voter in his district.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Welles, Ray Collins, Gordon Hillman (author), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (narrator), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Reverie:] "(drunken mumbling)...you attempt to tell me what Caesar got out his expedition to Britain." [Grandkid:] "Uh, he got pushed around by the pickets and the scotch."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Welles talks about next week's show 'The Green Pastures'. The show was performed last year and it seems appropriate to do it again at Christmas time. Short Public Service Announcement for US Defense Bonds and Stamps to push the war effort. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The program marks the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Bill Of Rights. The program originates from Hollywood.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep258]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 258 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)258
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Green Pastures
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The radio dramatization of the story, based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play. The story of the old testament, retold in simple terms from a Negro point of view.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Juano Hernandez, Marc Connelly (author, adaptor, director), The Hall Johnson Choir, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Dick Campbell, Valentine Alameda, Mercedes Gilbert, Muriel Rahn, Carrington Lewis, Christola Williams, Edna Thomas, John Garth, Gus Simons, Emory Richardson, Walter Whitfield, Paul Johnson, Tom Moseley, Robert Johnson, Orville Phillips, Juanita Hall, Dodo Green, Richard Huey, James Fuller, Viola Dean, Alanzo Bozan, Georgette Harvey, Paul Floyd, Frank Wilson, Homer Fickett (producer), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Mr. Deeshay:] "And the seventh day, de Lawd rested. Now, chilluns, that's the general idea of what the Bible's like."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Seasons Greetings from the 60,000 employees of `DuPont including a motivational message regarding the war effort. Next week stars Paulette Goddard in The Gorgeous Hussy. This is NBC.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Previously broadcast 12/25/40
(:tableend:)


[[#ep259]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 259 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/29
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)259
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Gorgeous Hussy
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story of political intrigue within the Jackson administration. Peggy Eaton, a woman of humble beginnings, alienates Washington society while helping Andrew Jackson defeat his opponents.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paulette Goddard, Frank Readick, Jeanette Nolan, Elliott Reid, Kenny Delmar, Arlene Francis, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, John McIntire, Betty Garde, Edwin Jerome, Samuel Hopkins (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Andrew Jackson:] Mr. Randolph, you're late, we'd almost given over expecting ya." [Mr. Randolph:] "Our coach was delayed, sir."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paulette Goddard talks about the show. Next Monday will star Lionel Barrymore in 'Valley Forge'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep260]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 260 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)260
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Valley Forge
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A portrait of hard times during that depressing winter when General Washington came close to surrendering to the British.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lionel Barrymore, Maxwell Anderson (author), John Hiestand (announcer), Elliott Lewis, Jack Mather, Arthur Q. Bryan, Gordon Wallace, Joseph Du Val, James Eagles, Gerald Mohr, Norman Field, Earle Ross, Vernon Steele, Robert L. Richards (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Tent:] "Gentlemen, attention. Commanding officer, General Washington. [Washington:] At ease, gentlemen. You'll forgive this delay. Now if you'll read the minutes, Mr. Tent."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lionel Barrymore briefly speaks about the show and its meaning at this present time. Next week will star Charles Boyer in 'The Gentleman from Paris'. This program came to you from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Previously broadcast on 10/9/40.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep261]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 261 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)261
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Gentleman from Paris
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how the Marquis de Lafayette came to America to fight for Liberty with the army of General Washington.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Charles Boyer, Robert Tallman (writer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Gayne Whitman (performer, commercial spokesman), John Hiestand (announcer), Pat McGeehan, Howard McNear, Mary Shipp, William Farnum, Sharon Douglas, Charles Penman, Elliott Lewis, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Erik Rolf.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Herald:] Ladies and gentlemen of the court, Her Majesty, the Queen [French Queen:] Pray be at your ease Ladies, Gentlemen.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Charles Boyer talks about the show and the tradition of democracy. Next week will star Bette Davis in 'An American is Born'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep262]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 262 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)262
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)An American Is Born
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A good story about a Czech couple in Mexico, awaiting an entry visa into the United States.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Bette Davis, Arch Oboler (adaptor, producer, director), Raymond Edward Johnson, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Fanya Foss (author), Peter Packer (author), Gordon Jenkins (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Marta:] Carl, [Karl:] Yes [Marta:] With the left foot first, please. That means we'll be back soon.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Bette Davis talks about the background to the show. Next Monday will star Madeleine Carroll in 'Tomorrow and Tomorrow'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep263]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 263 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)263
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tomorrow and Tomorrow
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story about a model wife who is bored to tears with her husband. When she has an opportunity to leave with her true love, her son proves a considerable complication.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Philip Barry (playwright), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Gale:] Eve! Eve, Darling! [Eve:] Gale, is that you? You're back, oh, hello, hello. [Gale]: Darling. (pause) Oh, Lord it's good to be back.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll talks about the show and her involvement in taking in French refugee children at the start of the war. Next week will star James Cagney in 'Captains of the Clouds'. Madeleine Carroll is currently starring in Bahamas Passage. Short Public Service Announcement for Infantile Paralysis. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The script was previously broadcast on "The Texaco Star Theatre" in 1938.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep264]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 264 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/02/02
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)264
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Captains of the Clouds
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A good story about an old-time Canadian barnstorming bush pilot who tries to join the Canadian Air Force during the war.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)James Cagney, Dennis Morgan, Alan Hale, Reginald Denny, Robert Tallman (adaptor), Arthur Horman (screenwriter), Richard MacAulay (screenwriter), Norman Raine (screenwriter), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Brian McLean:] On your feet, men! [Tiny:] Brian! [Scrounger:] It's that pilot [Tiny:] Scrounger, you know McLean. [Scrounger:] Yes, I've met him and I don't like him!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)James Cagney greets the men of the RCAF and RAF and thanks them for their hospitality and help in the making of the film 'Captains of the Clouds'. Next week, Cavalcade will present Raymond Massey in the story of Abraham Lincoln The War Years in the week of Lincoln's birthday. This program came from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep265]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 265 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/02/09
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)265
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Abraham Lincoln in the War Years.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The script was previously used on February 13, 1940 and on February 12, 1941.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep266]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 266 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/02/16
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)266
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Dark Angel
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A wartime romance about a doctor who disappears after he loses his vision.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Merle Oberon, Karl Swenson, William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Guy Bolton (playwright), Norman Rosten (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Kitty:] Mrs. Shannon, I can't wait. I can't just stand here and wait. [Mrs. Shannon:] "The train will be here in a moment
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Merle Oberon is introduced and speaks about her original screen role. Ms. Oberon is complimented for holding her career in order to allow time to support the war effort. 'Arrowsmith', starring Tyrone Power, will be next week's show. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep267]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 267 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/02/23
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)267
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Arrowsmith
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A dramatization from the famous novel, about a doctor's devotion to science and healing, and of heroism and faith.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power, Lurene Tuttle, Lou Merrill, Sinclair Lewis (author), John Hiestand (announcer), Harry Bartell, Dix Davis, Earle Ross, Wally Maher, Gail Patrick, Howard McNear, Howard McNear, Bea Benaderet, Jean Vander Pyl, Walt Snow, Richard Wallace, Catherine Cragen, Jack Mather, Harry Saz, Margaret Lewerth (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Dr Arrowsmith:] Leora! [Leora:] Hmmm? [Dr Arrowsmith:] Look here. What do you see on this microscope slide? [Leora:] Let me see.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power talks about his role. Next week will star Walter Pidgeon and Ellen Drew in 'Accent on Youth'. Tyrone Power will soon be seen in This Above All. The program came from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep268]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 268 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/02
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)268
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Accent on Youth
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)One of five Un-Circulated episodes in the `DuPont archive
(:tableend:)


[[#ep269]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 269 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/09
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)269
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Wait for the Morning
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Script repeat of 41/01/22
(:tableend:)


[[#ep270]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 270 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/16
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)270
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #07 Dear Brutus
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep271]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 271 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/03/23
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)271
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Angels on Horseback
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Dr. Mary Breckenridge and her creation of the "Frontier Nursing Service."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Myrna Loy, William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Robert Tallman (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Jane:] Well, George, what do you think of me now? Will I do? [George:] You were fine with Mr. Nathia but you shouldn't have laughed at Old Man Teakettle's mumps.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Myrna Loy gives kudos to the Frontier Nursing Service. Next week stars Ingrid Bergman in The Silent Heart. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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[[#ep272]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 272 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/30
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)272
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #08 The Silent Heart
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Based on an unpublished story of Jenny Linn.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep273]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 273 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/04/06
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)273
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Yellow Jack
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Walter Reed found the cure for Yellow Fever in Cuba.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Ted Jewett, Betty Garde, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Ian Martin, William Johnstone, John McIntire, Paul Stewart, Jeanette Nolan, Edwin Jerome (double), William Pringle, Frank Readick, Sidney Howard (playwright), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Acknowledgement of the day celebrating Army Day.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)(singing) [First Soldier:] Listen to 'em. How do they keep on singing in the middle of this horror? [Second Soldier:] Maybe they don't realize...they mustn't know how bad the Yellow Jack is.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power salutes the troops on this Army Day. Next week stars Basil Rathbone in A Continental Uniform. Tyrone Power may soon be seen in This Above All. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep274]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 274 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/04/13
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)274
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A Continental Uniform
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Benedict Arnold and his treason.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Basil Rathbone, Robert Tallman (author), Gale Gordon, Rosemary De Camp, Gerald Mohr, Lou Merrill, Erik Rolf, Elliott Lewis, Hans Conried, Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Benedict Arnold:] John Andre. Think of it, Peggy. A man has to be dead to have a shrine in Westminster Abbey. Yet Andre is more alive than I am. [Peggy Arnold:] You mustn't talk to yourself his way, Benedict.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week stars Claude Rains in 'In This Crisis.' This program came to you from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep275]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 275 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/04/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)275
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)In This Crisis
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Thomas Paine and his contributions to the freedoms of America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Gale Gordon, John Hiestand (announcer), Don Costello, Erik Rolf, Gavin Gordon, John Lake, Elliott Lewis (triples), Jack Mather, Hans Conried, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Madam Bovee:] (unintelligible female voice with French accent) [Old Man:] Yes, quite, Madame Bovee, quite, thank you [Madame Bovee:] (more unintelligible female voice with French accent)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains gives tribute to Tom Paine. Next week stars Loretta Young in This Side of Hades. Claude Rains may soon be seen in Kings Row. Ray Collins may soon be seen in The Big Sleep.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep276]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 276 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/04/27
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)276
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #09 This Side of Hades
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The story of the Revolutionary War heroine, Molly Prichard.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep277]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 277 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/04
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)277
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Printer Was A Lady
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Anne Royall, lady newspaper editor during the Jackson administration.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lynn Fontanne, John McIntire, Larry Robinson, Frank Readick, Edwin Jerome, William Pringle (triples), Jeanette Nolan, William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Paul Stewart, Dwight Weist, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Penny a print! Penny a Print! Anne Royal's latest broadside. Just off the press!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lynn Fontanne does Public Service Announcement for salvage recovery for the war effort. Next week stars Raymond Massey in A Tooth for Paul Revere. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Homer Fickett considered this program to be Lynn Fontanne's radio debut, but actually, she appeared on at least two early broadcasts ("The White Cliffs" of October 13, 1940 and "United China Relief" of April 13, 1942)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep278]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 278 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/11
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)278
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A Tooth for Paul Revere
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The amusing fantasy about how a Yankee with a toothache started the American Revolution!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Raymond Massey, Stephen Vincent Benet (author, adaptor), Jeanette Nolan, Frank Readick, Larry Robinson, Edwin Jerome (triples), William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Brad Barker (animal noises), Peggy Riley, Kenny Delmar, Betty Garde, Paul Stewart, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Lige:] Ouch [Hannah:] Now, Lige, you just hold still and keep that bag of salt on your cheek. I got it real nice and hot again. [Lige:] Thanks, Hannah. Ayeh, you certainly got it hot.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Raymond Massey salutes the character of the American people. Next week stars Claudette Colbert in Remember the Day. Raymond Massey can currently be seen in Reap the Wild Wind. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The script was subsequently used on "Adventures Ahead" on September 9, 1944 and on "Escape" on July 4, 1948.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep279]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 279 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/18
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)279
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Remember the Day
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story about a teacher and her special student.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claudette Colbert, Elliott Lewis, Tommy Cook, Gale Gordon, Louise Erickson, Herb Vigran, Erik Rolf, Janet Beecher, Conrad Binyon, Jack Mather, George Barraud (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Bill:] Calling Senator Green, Captain Fairchild. Calling Senator Gre... (breaks off) Well, if isn't... [Miss Cornell:] Why, Bill Tahr, how nice to see you
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claudette Colbert salutes the school teachers. Next week Tyrone Power will star in Young Tom Jefferson. Miss Colbert will soon be seen in The Palm Beach Story. This program came to you from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep280]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 280 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/25
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)280
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Young Tom Jefferson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Mr. Jefferson was influenced to write the Declaration of Independence.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power, Ray Collins, John Hiestand (announcer), Jack Mather, Clarence Muse, Georgia Backus, Don Costello, Gale Gordon, Hans Conried, William Farnum, Joe Latham, Erik Rolf, Norman Field, Bob Mauch, Elliott Lewis, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Jefferson:] you've been most kind and helpful to me, gentlemen [Franklin:] On the contrary, I should think, Mr. Jefferson.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power may now be seen in the production of This Above All. Ray Collins appeared through courtesy of RKO. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep281]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 281 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/06/01
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)281
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #10 Clara Barton
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep282]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 282 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/06/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)282
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Colossus of Panama
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how William Crawford Gorgas eliminated Yellow Fever from the Canal Zone and made possible the building of the Panama Canal.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Walter Huston, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Senator Morgan:] The name of this man, Mr. President, is God. I don't know this man. All I know is this...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Walter Houston praises the work of William Crawford. Next week stars Paulette Goddard in The Lady and the Flag.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep283]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 283 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/06/15
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)283
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The Lady and the Flag
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)One of five Un-Circulated episodes in the `DuPont archive
(:tableend:)


[[#ep284]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 284 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/06/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)284
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Battle of the Ovens
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Christopher Ludwig, the elderly baker who helped General Washington win the war!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jean Hersholt, Arthur Miller (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Kate:] Christopher, Chris! Uh Christo.. Ach! Sitting by the open window again. Do you want to catch your death? Come to bed it is after midnight.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jean Hersholt presents a salute to the resistance in Denmark. Next week starts Helen Hayes in Hymn from the Night, a story about Julia Ward Howe who wrote the Battle Hymn of the Republic. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep285]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 285 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/06/29
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)285
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Hymn from the Night
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)A story about Julia Ward Howe who wrote the Battle Hymn of the Republic
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep286]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 286 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/07/06
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)286
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Gentleman from the Islands
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story about the events leading to the Hamilton-Burr duel, and the reasons it was fought.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alfred Lunt, Robert Tallman (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Karl Swenson, James McCallion, Frank Readick, Kenny Delmar, Will Geer, Arlene Francis, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Gen Hamilton:] Who is it? [Mr. Vinesse:] I have the honor to call upon you, General Hamilton on behalf of a friend. May I come in?
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alfred Lunt presents a short tribute to the armed forces. Next week stars Dean Jagger in Man of Iron. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Considered to be Alfred Lunt's first radio appearance, he appeared on at least two broadcasts, one before this date. ("The White Cliffs" on October 13, 1940 and "United China Relief" of April 13, 1943.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep287]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 287 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/07/13
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)287
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #11 Man of Iron
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep288]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 288 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/07/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)288
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Wild Young Man
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drama about the adventures of Stephen Decatur, battling the pirates of Tripoli.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Dean Jagger, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[First Gaoler:] Do you remember which cell they put him in? [Second Gaoler:] Of course, I don't. Why should I trouble to remember? This is what comes of the Bashar asking to see his prisoners.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Dean Jagger does Public Service Announcement for saving tin cans for the war effort. Next week stars Carl Swenson in Man of Design. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep289]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 289 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/07/27
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)289
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Man of Design
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Eli Whitney invented the assembly line to mass produce muskets...each with interchangeable parts.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Paul Stewart (triples), Frank Readick (triples), Charita Bauer, Edwin Jerome, William Johnstone, Paul Stewart, Ted Jewett, Everett Sloane, Will Geer, Ian Martin, Kenny Delmar, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Mr. Thomson:] Hold still, please Eli! [Whitney:] Oh, I'm...I'm sorry [Mr. Thomson:] How you expect a man to tailor a good coat when you're forever fidgeting and waving your arms about.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson does Public Service Announcement recruiting for the Coast Guard. Next week will start Madeleine Carroll in This, Our Exile. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep290]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 290 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/03
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)290
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)This Our Exile
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drama based on "Evangeline," the famous poem of the north woods.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (author), Frank Readick, Everett Sloane, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar (triples), Paul Stewart, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Will Geer, Karl Swenson, Norman Rosten (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Soldier:] I have the following orders for your village. It is decreed that the village be evacuated by all its inhabitants, by nightfall.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll gives Public Service Announcement for homeless. Next week will start Madeleine Carroll in I, Mary Washington. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep291]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 291 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/10
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)291
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)I, Mary Washington
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the mother of George Washington and how she imparted the seed of greatness to her son.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Robert Tallman (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Larry Robinson, Karl Swenson, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Sarah Fussell, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Mary Washington:] I, Mary Washington, of Fredericksburg in the county of Spotsylvania being in good health but calling to mind the uncertainty of this life...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll speaks to the hope of the future. Next week stars Edward Arnold in Man of Action. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep292]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 292 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/08/17
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)292
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #12 Theodore Roosevelt, Man of Action
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep293]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 293 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/24
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)293
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Giant in the Meadow
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Dr. Theobald Smith solves the puzzle of Texas Fever infecting cattle in 1893. He also sets the foundation for curing many other deadly fevers.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ralph Bellamy, Milton Geiger (adaptor), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Paul de Kruif (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Boatswain:] (starts, then repeats in the background) All ashore that's going ashore! [Ted:] Well fellows, I guess this is goodbye for the last time. [Lillian:] And don't forget, boys, the first dinner engagement when you get back is with us in our new home.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ralph Bellamy does Public Service Announcement for eating "Victory Food", food that can't be shipped overseas to the troops. Next week stars Charles Laughton in Prophet Without Honor. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep294]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 294 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/31
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)294
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Prophet Without Honor
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the neglected genius of Homer Lea, who among his many other amazing accomplishments, correctly predicted when and where the Japanese would attack the United States.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Charles Laughton, Robert Tallman (writer), Joshua Powers (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Homer:] Only one man guarding the gates of the forbidden city? The old tigress must be very sure of herself ... hmm? [Guard:] She is the daughter of heaven, my friend.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Claude Rains in Soldier of Fortune. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: Script title Prophet Without Honor. Spoken title is The Prophet Without Honor
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[[#ep295]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 295 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/07
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)295
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Soldier of A Free Press
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Richard Harding Davis, America's first war correspondent.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Friend:] Well, what are you up to, Dick? [Davis:] Sending a cable back to New York. As usual, nothing happened in Cuba today except of a brutal and barbaric punitive nature.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be Eagle to Britain. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)

%note%Comments from Martin Grams book, ''The History of the Cavalcade of America'' for Episode 296: This broadcast consisted of no drama, but of a speech by the former U.S. Ambassador to Japan, the Honorable Joseph C. Grew on the occasion of awarding the Army-Navy E Award at the Remington Arms Plant in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The episode "Eagle to Britain" was originally scheduled for this date, but the thrilling story of the ferrying of a great bomber from America to the battles in the skies was postponed, so that he was able to give his speech.


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(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 296 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/14
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)296
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Honorable Joseph C Grew Speech
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)An address by Joseph Grew, former U. S. ambassador to Japan, on the occasion of the award of the Army-Navy "E" Award to the Remington Arms Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Mr. Grew speaks about our Japanese enemy.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Joseph Grew, C. K. Davis (President of Remington), Frederic Walcott (former Senator from Connecticut), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sen. Walcott:] Our guest of honor this evening has won his spurs on many fields of statecraft. A career man for thirty-eight consecutive years, he has served his country in Foreign Service.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Notice a free pamphlet of tonight's show will be made available.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The broadcast originates from the Hotel Stratford, Bridgeport. The announcer and music originated from NBC's New York studios.
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[[#ep297]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 297 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/21
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)297
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Eagle to Britain
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drama about the Air Transport Command, ferrying bombers to England.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Milton Geiger (writer), Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Harold Cargill (Lieutenant, Air Transport Command).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sailor on phone:] Look Dad, don't tell mom, but I'm flying Atlantic again. (pause) No, not yet. I'm still just a copilot (pause) Glen Williams, you remember him.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A member of the Air Transport Command appears after the story. Next week will star Orson Wells in The Man Who Wouldn't be President. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep298]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 298 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/28
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)298
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Thunder from the Mountain
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The life story of Benito Juarez, the Mexican patriot.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Welles (narrator, performer), Arthur Miller (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Ted Jewett, Stefan Schnabel, Karl Swenson (triples), Alfred Shirley, Arlene Francis, Frank Readick, Kenny Delmar, Paul Stewart, Edwin Jerome (triples), Nina Brown Baker (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Prussian Ambassador:] His Majesty, the King of Prussia, fervently desires that the President spare the life of His Highness, Maximilian [Austrian Ambassador:] His Majesty, the Emperor of Austria urgently beseeches Your Excellency to pardon His Highness, Maximilian.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Madeleine Carroll in the play titled "I Married in Bataan". This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Juarez" is the script title; however, "Thunder from the Mountain: The Story of Juarez" is the alternate script title and the spoken title.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep299]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 299 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/10/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)299
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)I was Married on Bataan
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Army nurse Lieutenant Dorothea Engel, shortly after the Japanese attack on the Philippines.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Arthur Miller (writer), Arlene Francis, Edwin Jerome, Frank Readick, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Betty Garde, Peggy Riley, Clayton Collyer (announcer, performer), Kenny Delmar, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Dorothy:] I know. I know what a man's chances were on Bataan after the lines broke. And yet, he is alive somewhere on those islands. He did not die
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll presents a Public Service Announcement for nurses. Next week stars Orson Wells in Admiral of the Ocean Sea. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: First spoken title is "I've Married on Bataan". The second spoken title is from the script; "I Was Married on Bataan"
(:tableend:)


[[#ep300]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 300 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/10/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)300
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Admiral of the Ocean Sea
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A humorous but factual look at some realities behind the legend of Christopher Columbus.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Wells, Everett Sloane, Frank Readick (triples), Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Ian Martin, Edwin Jerome, Eliot Morrison (author), Norris Houghton (adaptor), Robert Meltzer (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Happy birthday. Maybe you'd forgotten. In Fourteen Hundred and Ninety Two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Madeleine Carroll in 'That They Might Live'. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


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%note%The following text is a partial transcription from an extended `DuPont commercial in episode 214, End of Show: ''Everyone has seen pictures of Mount Vernon, Washington's home, white and gracious among its stately trees. Its white paint was once a mark of distinction, but not a lasting one. For the paint of those days had to be replaced with discouraging frequency. Washington, the practical economist, would no doubt have been pleased with modern house paints, which actually clean themselves. `DuPont chemists now make a paint for out of doors, which starts white and stays white, for it literally washes itself. You put it on and a few months later or a little longer if there are unusual climate or dirt conditions in your neighborhood, a fine white powder forms on the surface. The first heavy rain washes off the powder and takes the dirt along with it. Few people have any idea how much progress has been made in paint chemistry. Take a single color, ivory. Ivory is one of the simplest colors. Old fashion painters used to mix it by stirring a little raw umber into a bucket of white. Here's how `DuPont Chemists mix interior gloss ivory. It is made from titanium oxide and calcium sulfate, in a mixture with of vegetable drying oils, lead naphthenate and a mineral solvent. A reaction product of lead and manganese with linoleic acid and a petroleum solvent, chrome yellow ground in linseed oil, chrome orange ... well that give you some idea. `DuPont paint chemists have to be familiar with over 900 materials that are used in present day manufacture of paints. ........ [Continues for another 1 minute and 40 seconds, before] ... the `DuPont pledge, better things, for better living, through chemistry.''
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%note%Comments from Martin Grams book, ''The History of the Cavalcade of America'' for Episode 296: This broadcast consisted of no drama, but of a speech by the former U.S. Ambassador to Japan, the Honorable Joseph C. Grew on the occasion of awarding the Army-Navy E Award at the Remington Arms Plant in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The episode "Eagle to Britain" was originally scheduled for this date, but the thrilling story of the ferrying of a great bomber from America to the battles in the skies was postponed, so that he was able to give his speech.
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[[#ep201]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 201 :)
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(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/11/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)201
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Farmer Takes a Wife
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story of romance along the Erie Canal.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marc Connelly (playwright, adaptor), Nancy Kelly, William Johnstone, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Kenny Delmar, Howard Smith, John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Edwin Jerome, Elliott Reid, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Brad Barker (animal voices), Frank Elser (playwright), Walter Edmonds (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), William Spargrove (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents for the first time on the air the famous Broadway, Hollywood success, "The Farmer Takes a Wife"...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's star, Agnes Moorhead, introduces next week's show about Martha Berry, in which she will play the lead role. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep202]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 202 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/11/27
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)202
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Light in the Hills
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Martha Berry and the school she started in Georgia for poor boys in the South.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Ray Collins, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Ronald Liss, Elliott Reid, Ann Starrett, Howard Smith, George Coulouris, Kingsley Colton, Virginia Routh, Sarah Fussell, Warren Colston, Frank Monaghan (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Floyd Mack (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] On this program, The Cavalcade of America, honors a living person, a woman whose work has earned her an undisputed place in the history of our time, she is Martha Berry.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week, Alexander Wolcott on his show, 'Town Crier' will collaborate with Deems Taylor in a special program about the birth of a beloved American song, 'The Battle Hymn of the Republic'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep203]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 203 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/04
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)203
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Battle Hymn of the Republic
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A superb time-travel journey back in time to November, 1861, to a nation at war. The story of how Julia Ward Howe came to write the title hymn.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alexander Wolcott (writer, performer, narrator), Deems Taylor (composer, conductor), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Ladies and Gentleman, to our Cavalcade microphone, as special guest, comes Alexander Wolcott, who from time to time since the fall of 29, has as the town crier....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's star, Ray Collins, introduces next week's show about Theodore Roosevelt in 'The Big Stick', in which he will play the lead role. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Prior to next weeks broadcast, the show John Brown was substituted in the schedule. Reason unknown.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep204]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 204 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/11
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)204
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John Brown
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the fiery abolitionist who took the law into his own hands to free slaves shortly before the Civil War.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar (quadruples), Karl Swenson (triples), William Johnstone, Elliott Reid, Dwight Weist, Ray Collins, Juano Hernandez, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, William Pringle, George Coulouris, Ted Jewett, Howard Smith, Edwin Jerome, Charita Bauer, Bill Adams, Homer Fickett (producer, director).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] On this program, The Cavalcade of America presents "John Brown of Osawatomie" an original radio play written by Robert Coleman.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week, Raymond Massey will star in 'The Undefended Border' a story, written by Stephen Vincent Benet, of the three thousand mile border separating Canada and the U.S. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: Program title is also spoken as John Brown of Osawatomie. The shorter title will be used on the file for convenience and to limit characters in filename.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep205]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 205 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/18
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)205
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Undefended Border
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A portrait of the early relations between the United States and Canada.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Stephen Vincent Benet (writer), Raymond Massey, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman, performer), John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Alfred Shirley, Dwight Weist (triples), Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, William Johnstone, Ray Collins (triples), William Pringle, Robin Cravin, Sarah Fussell, Ian Martin, Brad Barker (animal voices), Elliott Reid, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), The Ken Christy Choir.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] One of the most inspiring chapters in the Western hemisphere is the long peace that has existed between the United States and Canada.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week will be a special Christmas presentation of 'The Green Pastures' by Marc Connelly, and will star the Hall Johnson Choir. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)As a special program, this performance of The Cavalcade of America is being broadcast via short-wave to South America.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep206]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 206 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)40/12/25
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)206
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Green Pastures
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The first radio dramatization of the story, based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play. The story of the old testament, retold in simple terms from a Negro point of view.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Juano Hernandez, Marc Connelly (author, adaptor, director), The Hall Johnson Choir, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Dick Campbell, Valentine Alameda, Mercedes Gilbert, Muriel Rahn, Carrington Lewis, Christola Williams, Edna Thomas, John Garth, Gus Simons, Emory Richardson, Walter Whitfield, Paul Johnson, Tom Moseley, Robert Johnson, Orville Phillips, Juanita Hall, Dodo Green, Richard Huey, James Fuller, Viola Dean, Alanzo Bozan, Georgette Harvey, Paul Floyd, Frank Wilson, Homer Fickett (producer), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] At a time of gift and sharing that makes all the world kin, The Cavalcade of America brings you as its gift, the simple and moving story of the beliefs of a devout people. One of America's most beloved plays "The Green Pastures".
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Christmas wishes to all from the 76,000 employees of `DuPont. Next week's show will be the story of Will Rogers and will star his friend, Cal Tinney. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Program is rebroadcast 12/22/41
(:tableend:)


[[#ep207]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 207 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/01
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)207
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Will Rogers
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A lively biography of the great American humorist.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Cal Tinney (writer, performer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), John McIntire, Peggy Riley, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, William Pringle, Kenny Delmar, Ray Collins, Ted Jewett (triples), Alfred Shirley, Elliott Reid, Warren Colston, Edwin Jerome, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Every era in American history has been sagely interpreted by its humorists. In the frantic era we've just passed thru it was "Will Rogers"
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone introduces next week's show as being 'Mightier Than the Sword'. New Year's wishes to all. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep208]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 208 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)208
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Mightier Than the Sword
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Thomas Nast used his political cartoons to end the reign of Boss Tweed in New York municipal politics.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett, Dwight Weist, John McIntire, Ray Collins, Elliott Reid, Kenny Delmar, Howard Smith, Edwin Jerome, William Pringle, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Alfred Shirley, Frank Monaghan (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America present an original radio play, "Mightier Than the Sword", written by Robert Tallman and based on the life of the great American cartoonist, Thomas Nash.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett announces next week, Claude Rains will star in the story of Thomas Cooper. Pro American message. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep209]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 209 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/15
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)209
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)As a Man Thinketh
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Thomas Cooper, the man who tested the Sedition Act of President Adams, and went to jail to support his beliefs.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Ray Collins (triples), Ted Jewett (triples), William Pringle, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America is proud at this time to welcome back to it's company, Claude Rains, the distinguished star of stage screen and radio, in an original drama written by Gareth Porter, "As A Man Thinketh".
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett of the Cavalcade players announces that next week will star Jean Muir in 'Wait for the Morning', a drama based on the life of Emily Dickinson. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep210]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 210 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)210
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Wait for the Morning
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The biography of poet Emily Dickenson and of her great love.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Sterrett, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Norman Rosten (adaptor), Genevieve Taggard (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents an original play with verse, by Norman Watson, "Wait for the Morning". Interpreting the romance of Emily Dickenson, the New England Poet who's lyric voice....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)And now the star of next weeks program, John McIntire, of the Cavalcade Players. [John speaking] "Ladies and gentlemen, next weeks Cavalcade play is about a man who should have been everybody's grandfather, Benjamin Franklin. Not the signer of the Declaration or the great diplomat, but an amusing story told in a whimsical radio drama, "Doctor Franklin Takes It Easy," which highlights some of the good doctors amazing inventions during the early days of our country. Once more, I am happy to portray the role of Doctor Franklin when Cavalcade comes to you again next week. Thank you. For assistance in the preparation of our play, we wish to acknowledge with thanks, the biographer of Emily Dickenson, written by Genevieve Taggard, "The Life and mind of Emily Dickinson." On the Cavalcade of America your announcer is Clayton Collyer sending best wishes from `DuPont.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)This broadcast was advertised as staring Jean Muir, however Ann Sterrett, a stock player, was put into the role. No reason is given. Script repeated March 9, 1942, episode 269. Genevieve Taggard, "The Life and mind of Emily Dickinson." was printed in 1930.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep211]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 211 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/01/29
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)211
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Doctor Franklin Takes It Easy
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)How the "lazy" Ben Franklin was motivated to create his many inventions.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Sarah Fussell, Erik Barnouw (writer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, Ronald Liss, Larry Robinson, Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome, Ray Collins, Ted Jewett, Robert Readick, Gertrude Crippen, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents an original radio comedy, "Dr Franklin Takes It Easy", written by Erick Varno. A story of some of the amazing inventions of America's genial philosopher and beloved patriot, Benjamin Franklin.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)And now Ray Collins of the Cavalcade players to tell you about next weeks program. [Ray Speaking] "Ladies and gentlemen, next week the Cavalcade of America presents a radio play, "Henry Clay of Kentucky." The story of a man remembered for his great slogan - No south, no north, no east, no west, and who said, "I'd rather be right, than president." Admiring any man who fought for unity in America, as he did, I am happy to play the part of Henry Clay, when Cavalcade comes to you next week. Thank you. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep212]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 212 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/02/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)212
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Clay of Kentucky
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Clay tries to compromise once again to preserve the Union.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Garrett Porter (writer), Ray Collins, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), William Johnstone, Juano Hernandez, Ted Jewett, John McIntire, Edwin Jerome, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, Ian MacAllister, William Pringle, Ann Starrett, Elliott Reid, Brad Barker (animal voices), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A tribute to the citizens and country of America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] In the Cavalcade Theater we present "Henry Clay of Kentucky". An original radio drama by Gareth Porter.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep213]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 213 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)41/02/12
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)213
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Abraham Lincoln: the War Years
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)A portrait of the president.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Raymond Massey, Carl Sandburg (author), Robert Sherwood (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Dick Van Patten, Agnes Moorehead, William Johnstone, Ian MacAllister, Leslie Sweeney, Jeanette Nolan, Marjorie Harf, Kingsley Colton, George May, John Styles (triples), E. Keeling, Ted Jewett (triples), Andy Shaw, Hood Worthington, Karl Swenson, Ray Collins (triples), Elliott Reid, Frank Milano, Bob Roberts, John Sacks, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The program uses local talent from "The Little Theatre Group" in Wilmington, Delaware, from where the show originates. The script was used previously on February 13, 1940 and subsequently on February 9, 1942. This was Raymond Massey's most famous role. Abraham Lincoln: The War Years was published December 1, 1939.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep214]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 214 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/02/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)214
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Plain Mr. President
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)George Washington journeys from Mount Vernon to New York to wearily begin the tasks of the President of the United States.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, George Coulouris, Karl Swenson, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Richard Stark (narrator), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Ted Jewett (quadruples), Elliott Reid, Agnes Moorehead, Juano Hernandez, William Pringle, Brad Barker (animal voices), Edwin Jerome, Paul Johnson, Ray Collins, Dwight Cooke (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The month of April, 1789. The hearts of four million people rejoicing with the spring. Grim years of fighting over.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Our thanks to John McIntire and the Cavalcade Players, for their portrayal of George Washington's momentous journey that ended in New York with his inauguration as our Nation's first president. And now `DuPont brings you news of chemistry at work in our world. And now the star of next weeks program, Karl Swenson, of the Cavalcade Players. [Karl speaking] Ladies and gentlemen, next week our play is taken from the life of the great American writer, Edgar Allan Poe. It's a story of dramatic walk through the rain, on a night in 1849, when this strange, talented genius, reviewed the story of his life. The life of shattered dreams, out of which he created his master pieces in poetry and the short story. We hope you will join us for this broadcast next week. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep215]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 215 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/02/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)215
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edgar Allan Poe
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A well-done biography of the somber, unhappy life of the poet and writer.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Norman Rosten (writer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Charita Bauer, Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), John McIntire, William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Brad Barker (animal voices), Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Ray Collins, Richard Stark (announcer), Homer Fickett (producer, director).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America brings you a drama inspired by the life of Edgar Allen Poe, the brooding genius, who's stories and poems left an authentic American imprint upon the literature of the world.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Cavalcade of America thanks Karl Swenson and the Cavalcade Players for their performance of Edgar Allan Poe, America's first great literary genius. And now `DuPont brings you news of chemistry in our world. [`DuPont's chemical contribution to grain production, preservation from the field to the final product, and preservation of the final product - bread... ending with the `DuPont slogan] ... the chemist who brings us, better things, for better living, through chemistry. Next week, the Cavalcade of America presents the distinguished American Actor, Henry Hull. Our Play, 'Voice in the Wilderness,' is the story of William Penn and the founding of Pennsylvania. An exciting chapter in American colonization, left to us by this man of peace. We hope you will join us, when we present Henry Hull, as William Penn, on the Cavalcade of America, next week. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep216]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 216 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)216
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Voice in the Wilderness
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A brief biography of William Penn and the Quakers. The surprising revelation of just who Pennsylvania was named after.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Hull, George Coulouris, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, Alfred Shirley, William Johnstone, Ray Collins, Elliott Reid, John McIntire, Ian Martin, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Garrett Porter (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] ...radio play by Garris Porter...who founded one of great states of our nation, Pennsylvania. Cavalcade presents the distinguished ... Henry Hull...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Cavalcade of America thanks Henry Hull and the Cavalcade Players, for their performance of "Voice in the Wilderness." Our story of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania. And now `DuPont brings you news of chemistry in our world. [`DuPont's products that support getting clean water or cleaning water for your home...] ... the `DuPont pledge, better things, for better living, through chemistry. And now the star of next weeks program, William Johnstone, of the Cavalcade Players. [William speaking] Our play next week is called "Black Rust." It is the little known, but exciting story of a man named Mark Carlton, who single handed, wiped out a plague that was devastating the great wheat lands of America's Middle West. We hope you'll join us for this broadcast next week. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep217]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 217 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)217
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Black Rust
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Mark Carleton's around the world search for a variety of wheat able to resist the "Black Rust" that was ruining America's wheat crop during the last century.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Stefan Schnabel, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Ted Jewett (triples), Kenny Delmar, Ann Starrett, Jeanette Nolan, Edwin Jerome, Elliott Reid, John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Howard Smith, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] There once lived an American whose name is little known, but, it should be as familiar to us as the bread we eat, for he preserved the fertility of out vast American wheat land. He was Mark Carleton....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire introduces next week's program 'I Sing a New World', the story of Walt Whitman. Public Service Announcement for the Girl Scouts. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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[[#ep218]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 218 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)218
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)I Sing a New World
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A radio fantasy about the spirit of Walt Whitman in America. Walt Whitman's spirit visits "modern" (i.e. - 1941) America to see the "new world" that he envisaged.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Pauline Preller, Jeanette Nolan, Ted Jewett, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Agnes Moorehead, Stefan Schnabel, Howard Smith, Peggy Riley, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] "I Sing A New World". Our play is a radio fantasy about Walt Whitman. Written for Cavalcade of America by Robert Tallman. Staring in the role of Walt Whitman is John McIntire of the Cavalcade Players.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone introduces next week's show 'Down to the Sea'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Walt Whitman."
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[[#ep219]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 219 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)219
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Down to the Sea
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Herman Melville's adventures in the South Seas, aboard whaling ships and surprisingly ending his days as a New York Customs Inspector.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Agnes Moorehead, William Pringle, Ray Collins, Peggy Riley, Edwin Jerome, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Alfred Shirley, John McIntire, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Among Americas most brilliant authors is Herman Melville, whose novel "Moby Dick" has become a world classic. And we now bring you his story in "Down to the Sea".
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewitt announces that Paul Muni will appear in the role of Edwin Booth. Reminder of the broadcast day changing to Monday, March 31st. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep220]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 220 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/03/31
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)220
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Booth
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the famous actor, brother of the man who shot Abraham Lincoln, and how the assassination affected his life.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paul Muni, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Ann Starrett, Agnes Moorehead, Kenny Delmar, Alfred Shirley, Elliott Reid, William Pringle, Ted Jewett, Ray Collins, Edwin Jerome, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight the Cavalcade of America comes to you on a different day and to many of you at a different time. To our old friends and new friends alike we say the Cavalcade is for you. If you will write and tell us which Cavalcade programs you have liked best in the past, or would like to hear in the future, it will help us to select the best subjects for our future broadcasts from among the great number we have under consideration. Just address your letters or postcards to The `DuPont Company, Wilmington, Delaware. The Cavalcade of America presents the distinguished American actor Paul Muni in the role of one most renowned players in the history of the American stage, Edwin Booth.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be an original radio drama about John Keats. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Repeat of previous presentation 9/29/37, Episode 102
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[[#ep221]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 221 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/07
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)221
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ode to a Nightingale
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of John Keats, the great English poet, and his tragic life.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Maxwell Anderson (writer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Agnes Moorehead, Peggy Riley, Kingsley Colton, Kenny Delmar, William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Jeanette Nolan, Elliott Reid, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents "Ode to a Nightingale". An original radio play about John Keats and America, especially written for the Cavalcade players, by the distinguished American dramatist, Maxwell Anderson.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett announces next week's show 'A Passage to Georgia', the story of James Oglethorpe. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep222]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 222 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/14
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)222
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A Passage to Georgia
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of James Oglethorpe, who started out to reform the British system of debtor's prisons, and wound up as the guiding force behind the American colony of Georgia.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alfred Shirley, William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Ian Martin, John McIntire, Ian MacAllister, Jeanette Nolan, Ann Starrett, Ian Martin, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Agnes Moorehead, Garrett Porter (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Ted Jewett (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents "A Passage To Georgia". A story of General James Oglethorpe, who in righting an old world wrong, founded the colony of Georgia with men who were to find new life in a new world.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be an original program covering the story of Henry Bergh, founder of the A.S.P.C.A. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep223]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 223 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/21
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)223
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Bergh, Founder of the ASPCA
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how the Society formed to prevent the mistreatment of animals. The drama includes an interesting insight into the Gerry Society for the prevention of cruelty to children.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Albert Payson Terhune (writer, narrator), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Stefan Schnabel, William Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Ian MacAllister, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Brad Barker (animal sounds), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America in commemorating the 75th anniversary of the founding "The American Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals" presents the story of it's first president, Henry Bergh, prepared by America's distinguished writer of animal life, Albert Payson Terhune.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewett announces that next week, Madeleine Carroll will play the role of Margaret Fuller in 'The Heart and the Fountain'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep224]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 224 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/04/28
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)224
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Heart and the Foundation
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Margaret Fuller, a pioneering woman reporter and the first women foreign correspondent. Her coverage of Garibaldi's revolution and the love she found there is dramatized.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, William Pringle, Alfred Shirley, Stefan Schnabel, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Ray Collins, William Johnstone, Peggy Riley, Edwin Jerome (triples), Elliott Reid, Karl Swenson, Margaret Riley, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents Madeleine Carroll, brilliant star of the American screen, in "The Heart And The Fountain", an original radio play written by Margaret Riley. The story of a woman of astonishing genius in American Journalism, Margaret Fuller
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar introduces next week's show about the story of Horatio Alger. The Cavalcade honors the centenary of the New York Herald Tribune. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep225]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 225 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)225
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Trials and Triumphs of Horatio Alger
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The life story of the literary inventor of the "rags to riches" formula used in over one hundred boy's books.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kingsley Colton, Sarah Fussell, Agnes Moorehead, William Johnstone, Pauline Preller, Ray Collins, Ronald Liss, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Jack Grimes, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Peggy Riley, Herbert Mayes (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents Kenneth Delmar in an original radio play by Robert Tallman, called "The Trials And Triumphs Of Horatio Alger". Horatio Alger struck an authentically American note in popular fiction....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Starrett introduces next week's show about Theodosia Burr. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep226]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 226 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)226
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Theodosia Burr
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Aaron Burr's loyal daughter who supported her father's political views, even through his trial for treason.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Starrett, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Alfred Shirley, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Edwin Jerome, Elliott Reid, William Johnstone, John McIntire, Larry Robinson, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Gertrude Crippen, Karl Swenson, Robert Tallman, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] We'd like to tell you the story of a woman who worshiped a man who was wrong. The woman is Theodosia Burr, the man her father, Aaron Burr.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire announces next week's show about Davy Crockett. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep227]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 227 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)227
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)David Crockett
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The frontier legend tells his own life story to other legends in Heaven to gain admittance to the "Cloud Reserved for American Legends."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Clayton Collyer (announcer), William Johnstone (triples), William Pringle, Elliott Reid (triples), Ray Collins, Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome (triples), Peggy Riley, William Pringle, Juano Hernandez, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Karl Swenson, Larry Robinson, Kingsley Colton, Peter Lyon, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] We'd like to tell you tonight about a man named Davy Crockett, part history and part legend. He and men like him gave their lives to build this nation, where once the winds were lonely and the earth silent.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson talks about next week's show which will be the story of Johns Hopkins. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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[[#ep228]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 228 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/05/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)228
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Johns Hopkins
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the Quaker who was determined to amass a fortune and who founded a hospital and a university after he did so.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Agnes Moorehead, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Pauline Preller, Charita Bauer, Ray Collins, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Elliott Reid, Edwin Jerome, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we bring you the story of Johns Hopkins. The great university and world famous hospital in Baltimore, which bear his name...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead introduces next week's show about a mystery woman, Anna Ella Carroll. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep229]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 229 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/02
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)229
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Anna Ella Carroll
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Anna Ella Carroll, who convinced Lincoln to appoint Grant to command the Union Army.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Robert Tallman (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar, Karl Swenson (triples), Edwin Jerome, William Pringle, John McIntire, Ann Starrett, William Johnstone, Elliott Reid (triples), Ted Jewett, Ray Collins, Marjorie Greenbie, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] We bring you a story tonight, of "Anna Ella Carroll". The great un-recognized member of Abraham Lincoln's cabinet, who worked obscurely, but decisively for the President and for the principle of his great struggle, unity in America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire talks about Andrew Jackson, who will be the subject of next week's story. Cavalcade gratefully acknowledges its obligation for new material which appeared in Marjorie Barstow Greenbie's 'My Dear Lady', published by Whittlesey House. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Anna Ella Carroll: The Woman in Lincoln's Cabinet" and "The Woman in Lincoln's Cabinet" are both titles that were listed on the script. Anna Ella Carroll was the spoken title.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep230]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 230 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/09
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)230
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Andrew Jackson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Andy Jackson, a crusading lawyer in Tennessee, puts down an Indian uprising and captures a traitor.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John McIntire, Agnes Moorehead, Robert Tallman (writer), Erik Barnouw (writer), Karl Swenson, Ray Collins, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Pringle, Edwin Jerome, Juano Hernandez, William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Howard Smith, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] For our story tonight, we bring you Andrew Jackson as a hard-fisted young lawyer in the wilderness, and his fight for the American way of life, with equal justice under the law on the frontiers of our expanding Republic.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead introduces next week's show about Annie Oakley. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Andrew Jackson" is the spoken title; Young Andrew Jackson is the script title.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep231]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 231 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/16
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)231
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Annie Oakley
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the gallant lady marksman and her rise to fame.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Frank Readick, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, John McIntire, Agnes Young, Kenny Delmar, Brad Barker (animal voices), Ted Jewett, Elliott Reid, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we bring you a radio portrait of "Annie Oakley" and the legend of her crack marksmanship. Which to the men and women of her era became their national pride and to us, one of America's fondest memories.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson introduces next week's show about Joel Chandler Harris. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep232]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 232 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/23
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)232
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Joel Chandler Harris
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the modest, self-effacing author of the "Uncle Remus" stories of the South.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome, Ray Collins, Arthur Miller (writer), Karl Swenson, Agnes Moorehead (triples), Juano Hernandez, Junius Matthews, John McIntire, Agnes Young, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] The Cavalcade of America presents Karl Swenson and the story of Joel Chandler Harris. An original radio play written by Arthur Miller. Joel Chandler Harris recognized through out the world as one of our nations great writer's of folklore.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome introduces the subject of next week's show - Jean Pierre Blanchard. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep233]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 233 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/06/30
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)233
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jean Pierre Blanchard
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the ebullient Frenchman who ascended in a balloon for the first time, in front of General George Washington!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Larry Robinson, Howard Smith, Frank Readick, Ray Collins, John McIntire, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Agnes Young, Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson (triples), William Pringle, Brad Barker (animal sounds), Garrett Porter (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Some years ago Cavalcade's historian, Dr. Frank Monahan of Yale University, discovered a little known story of amazing significance in the development civilization, and of particular interest to Americans.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ted Jewitt introduces next week show about fighting Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep234]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 234 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/07
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)234
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Mystery of the Spotted Death
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how the U. S. Public Health Service conquered Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, John McIntire, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Juano Hernandez, William Pringle, Ray Collins, Frank Readick, Ted Jewett, Paul de Kruif (author), Erik Barnouw (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Richard Stark (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] For years and years the plague called Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever had ravaged the people living in the Bitter Root Valley of America's great mountain range The Rockies. To destroy it, a group of American scientists devoted the labor of their lives.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead introduces next week's show about Anne Hutchinson. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep235]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 235 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/14
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)235
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ann Hutchinson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A dramatization of the trial and expulsion of the outspoken woman in her fight for religious freedom in the Massachusetts colony.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Ray Collins, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick, Pauline Preller, Joan Tetzel, Agnes Young, John McIntire, Peggy Riley, William Pringle, Larry Robinson, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] In the city of Boston stands a statute, erected in the memory of a woman named Anne Hutchinson. It rises near the site of the old Massachusetts general court, which banished Anne Hutchinson in the year 1637...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be the story of O. Henry with Karl Swenson playing the lead role. Reminder to purchase defense bonds or stamps. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep236]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 236 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/21
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)236
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)O Henry
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A night with Sidney Porter (O. Henry), short story virtuoso and an intimate glimpse at his unusual creative process.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar, Agnes Young, William Johnstone, Betty Garde, Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett (triples), Kenny Delmar, John McIntire, Edwin Jerome, Frank Readick, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we bring you a play about a lazy man. He was a writer of stories. In fact he was America's greatest short story writer, Sidney Porter, known all over the world by his generation and ours as "O Henry"
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's show will be the story of Clifford Holland. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep237]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 237 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/07/28
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)237
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Clifford Holland
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A well-done story about the six tunnels below water level that were built by Mr. Holland, and the methods he used to improve the safety of the sandhogs.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)William Johnstone, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Pringle, Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett (triples), Juano Hernandez, Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Howard Smith, Edwin Jerome, Kenny Delmar, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Richard Stark (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] Tonight we announce, with pride, that the Secretary of the Navy has awarded to the `DuPont Company, the coveted Navy "E" for excellence... (At 0:58) And now we bring you our play for tonight. A story of Clifford Holland, the great tunnel builder.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead will star in the role of Josephine Baker. Cavalcade wishes to thank officials of the Port of New York Authority for assistance provided in the technical preparation of this program. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep238]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 238 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/04
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)238
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Josephine Baker
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Dr. Josephine Baker, the public health doctor who handled the famous case of "Typhoid Mary," and who extended the life span of the poor.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Adelaide Klein, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, Karl Swenson, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar, John McIntire, Agnes Young, Florence Halop, Charita Bauer, Frank Readick, Ted Jewett, Josephine Baker (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[announcer] The most miraculous sound in the world, the cry of a newborn child. A lusty cry signifying health, for babies born in this year of 1941 will live 14 years longer than those born 25 years ago.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next Monday night the Cavalcade players will present 'Red Lanterns on St. Michael's', the story of the first submarine exploit in the American Navy This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep239]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 239 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/11
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)239
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Red Lanterns on St. Michael's
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of a daring plan to help the Southern cause during the Civil War, with the help of a submarine.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Erik Barnouw (adaptor), Thornwall Jacobs (author), William Johnstone, Agnes Moorehead (triples), John McIntire, Frank Readick, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Howard Smith (triples), Ted Jewett, William Pringle, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. [Music] Come listen all. I tramp a perpetual round....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's show will be about Stephen Arnold Douglas, the man who might have defeated Abraham Lincoln for the Presidency. It will star Kenny Delmar in the title role. Cavalcade gratefully acknowledges its obligation for material in the new historical novel, 'Red Lanterns On St. Michael's' written by Thornwall Jacobs, President of Oglethorpe University and published and copyrighted by E.P Dutton Inc. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep240]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 240 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/18
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)240
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Eve of Conflict
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Stephen A. Douglas, who debated Abraham Lincoln for the office of president.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Pringle, Ian MacAllister (triples), Agnes Moorehead, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick (triples), William Johnstone, John McIntire, Pauline Preller, Garrett Porter (adaptor), George Milton (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank, Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. [Music] I sing America. The prairie grass dividing, demanding the spiritual corresponding of men. Demanding the blades to rise, of words, acts, beings...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week's show will star Jeanette Nolan as Sacajewea. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Stephen Arnold Douglas"
(:tableend:)


[[#ep241]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 241 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/08/25
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)241
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Sacajewea
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the Indian squaw who lead the Lewis and Clark expedition to find the "Western Ocean."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edwin Jerome, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, William Johnstone, Carl Frank, Kenny Delmar, Brad Barker (animal sounds), Frank Readick, Karl Swenson, Ronald Liss, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. [Music] What is this America? Land of the pastoral planes, the grass fields of the world. Land of the herds.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week the Cavalcade presents Karl Swenson as Leif Ericsson. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep242]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 242 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/01
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)242
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Leif Ericsson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the first Viking to find the New World.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, John McIntire, Frank Readick, Everett Sloane, Jeanette Nolan, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Agnes Moorehead, Ted Jewett, Norman Rosten (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] Thou America, thee, ever thee I sing. I can sing such grandeur and glories about you. (Music) These are thoughts of all men, of all races, and all ages and lands. The glory of the race of dreamers and adventures.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Kenneth Delmar as Geronimo. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep243]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 243 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)243
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Geronimo
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the famous Apache chieftain who battled General Miles of the Cavalry.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Jeanette Nolan, Edwin Jerome, John McIntire, Everett Sloane (triples), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), William Johnstone, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Charita Bauer, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] [Drums] Indian drums, war drums, throbbing over the purple sage and cactus in the South West America of 1886. Throbbing with the voice of one man, Geronimo.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead will star in 'City of Illusion' next week. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep244]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 244 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/15
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)244
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)City of Illusion
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the fabulous Comstock silver mine in Virginia City, Nevada, and "The Queen of the Comstock."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Agnes Moorehead, Karl Swenson, Frank Readick, Kenny Delmar, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, Betty Garde, Pauline Preller, Everett Sloane, Howard Smith, John McIntire, William Pringle, Jeanette Nolan, Vardis Fisher (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] [Music] [Door closing] Ghost town. City of Illusion. Wind echoing in the yawing pitheads of abandoned mines. Winds shrieking among shadows that once were miners' shacks.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week, Carl Sandburg will star and Burgess Meredith will be the narrator in the first of two programs about 'Native Land'. Public Service Announcement to buy Defense Bonds at your local bank or post office. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep245]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 245 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)245
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Native Land Part 1
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Carl Sandburg reads from his, "The People, Yes!" and "Abraham Lincoln, The War Years."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Burgess Meredith, Carl Sandburg (author, reader, performer), Everett Sloane (triples), Jeanette Nolan (triples), Kenny Delmar, Frank Readick (quadruples), John McIntire, Everett Sloane, Betty Garde (triples), William Johnstone (triples), Edwin Jerome, Larry Robinson, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett (quadruples), Robert L. Richards (writer), Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Carl Frank (announcer), Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] On the Cavalcade of America, `DuPont presents Burgess Meredith and Carl Sandburg, in Native Land.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Burgess Meredith invites the audience back next week with him for the next part of this show starring Judith Anderson. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep246]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 246 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/09/29
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)246
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Native Land Part 2
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Stories about American women through the years, from the Revolutionary War to the "present."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Judith Anderson, Agnes Moorehead (triples), Burgess Meredith (narrator), Charita Bauer, Joan Tetzel, John McIntire (triples), Betty Garde (quadruples), Jeanette Nolan (quadruples), Edwin Jerome (triples), Kenny Delmar, Elliott Reid, Robert L. Richards (writer), Robert Tallman (writer), John Millington Synge (author), John Quinn (author), Edward Synge (author), Francis Stephens (author), L. F. Bassett (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] `DuPont presents Judith Anderson and Burgess Meredith in Native Land on the Cavalcade of America
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week, Paul Muni will star in the story of Simon Bolivar. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep247]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 247 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/06
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)247
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Bolivar, the Liberator
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the liberator of Venezuela and hero in other parts of South America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paul Muni, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Dudley Nichols (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Announcer] `DuPont, maker of better things for better living, through chemistry, presents the Cavalcade of America, starring Paul Muni. (Music) [Announcer] Tonight we have a story to tell you about a man who lived over 100 years ago. He was a man who foresaw the need for free men....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week the Cavalcade will come from Radio City, in Hollywood. Kay Francis will be the star in 'Waters of the Wilderness'. Announcement regarding Cavalcade's appreciation to Radio Daily for the honor of receiving the first Harper and Brothers award for outstanding writing in the radio field. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep248]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 248 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/13
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)248
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Waters of the Wilderness
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Col. George Rogers Clark of the Continental Army, during the American Revolution.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kay Francis, Gale Gordon, Lou Merrill (triples), Gerald Mohr, Bea Benaderet (triples), Jack Mather (quadruples), Agnes Moorehead (triples), John Hiestand (announcer), Pat McGeehan (triples), Grace Leonard, Earle Ross, Gayne Whitman (performer, commercial spokesman), Catherine Cragen, Jerry Gale, Shirley Siefert (author), William Johnstone (adaptor), Robert L. Richards (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)(Music) [Announcer] `DuPont, maker of better things for better living, through chemistry, presents the Cavalcade of America, starring Kay Francis. (Music) [Announcer] Tonight The Cavalcade of America comes to you from Hollywood, to enable us to present our enchanting star of the evening, Miss. Kay Francis.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kay Francis gives some words of support for the Cavalcade show, and announces next week's show will be 'All That Money Can Buy' starring Edward Arnold and Walter Huston. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)This is the first "Cavalcade" show to originate from Hollywood.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep249]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 249 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)249
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)All That Money Can Buy
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jabez Stone makes a deal with the Devil, and then hires Daniel Webster to break the contract.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edward Arnold, Stephen Vincent Benet (author), Walter Huston, James Craig, Jane Darwell, Anne Shirley, Wally Maher, Earle Ross, Lee Millar (as a dog), Sam Hearn, Phil Kramer, Virgil Reimer, Howard Teichmann (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] [Announcer] `DuPont, maker of better things for better living, through chemistry, presents the Cavalcade of America. Tonight RKO's great new motion picture, "All That Money Can Buy", starring Edward Arnold....
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Edward Arnold and Walter Huston state what fun they've had having the Cavalcade with them. Bit of chit-chat follows with Jane Darwell and Anne Shirley. Walter Huston announces next week's show about John Paul Jones starring Claude Rains. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story based on "The Devil and Daniel Webster," which was also released as a film in 1941.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep250]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 250 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/10/27
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)250
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Captain Paul
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A biography of the great American naval hero, John Paul Jones...a surprisingly tragic figure!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, John Driscoll (adaptation), Arthur Miller (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Betty Garde, Frank Readick, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Horace Braham, Ann Starrett, Karl Swenson, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, William Johnstone, Edwin Jerome, Edward Ellsberg (author), Lucy Ellsberg (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Salute to the 166th birthday of the US Navy when in 1775, the Continental Congress voted funds for two ships.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[female] Oh John, my breath, let me get my breath. [male] One more kiss Dorothea and I'm ready to face a thousand fathers.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains talks about next week's show, 'One Foot in Heaven', in which Frederic March will star. Cavalcade gratefully acknowledges Dodd, Meade and Co. for the new material provided for tonight's show. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep251]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 251 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/03
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)251
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)One Foot in Heaven
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A heartwarming story about a small town pastor and his problems within the community.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Fredric March, Florence Eldridge, Norman Vincent Peale, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Betty Garde, Elliott Reid, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Frank Readick, Edwin Jerome, Virginia Routh, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Gertrude Crippen, Hartzell Spence (author), Casey Robinson (screenwriter), Jean Holloway (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Parson] "Good morning, Doc." [Dr. Horrigan] "Hello, parson. How's the business of pulling folks to heaven?"
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Frederic March introduces Rev. Norman Vincent Peale who says a few words about the show. Next week will be Henry Fonda in 'Drums along the Mohawk'. Cavalcade thanks the New York Theatre Guild so the broadcast can be originated from their facilities.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Reverend Norman Vincent Peale is introduced as the technical advisor of the film of the same name and speaks after the drama.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep252]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 252 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/10
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)252
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Drums Along the Mohawk
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A pioneer's story about life in the Mohawk valley during the Indian uprisings.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Fonda, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Howard Teichmann (adaptor), Jeanette Nolan, Walter Edmonds (author), Betty Garde, Ted Jewett, Karl Swenson, Frank Readick, Edwin Jerome, John McIntire, Kenny Delmar, Lamar Trotti (screenwriter), Sonya Levien (screenwriter), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Gil:] Whoa! Just a minute an' I'll help you down. [Lana:] All Right. [Gil:] Easy now. [Lana:] Um hmm [Gil:] Care for that mud hole.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Henry Fonda thanks the Cavalcade players and promos next weeks show. Next week's show will star Errol Flynn in 'They Died with Their Boots On'. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep253]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 253 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/17
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)253
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)They Died with Their Boots On
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of General George Custer, and the events leading up to the massacre at the Little Big Horn.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Errol Flynn, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Jeanette Nolan, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome (triples), John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Frank Readick, Buster Wiles, Elliott Reid, Wally Klein (screenwriter), Aeneas MacKenzie (screenwriter), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Custer:] "You look well, darling. Trip did you good."[Wife:] "Thank you, General Custer."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Errol Flynn says a few words about the show tonight and the film of the same name to be released shortly. Next week's show will star Joan Bennett in 'So Red the Rose'. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The picture of the same name opened three days after this broadcast.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep254]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 254 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/11/24
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)254
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)So Red the Rose
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A fictitious Civil War romance set in rural Mississippi.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)John Bennett, Jeanette Nolan, Karl Swenson, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Edwin Jerome, Juano Hernandez, Elliott Reid, John McIntire, Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Frank Readick, Stark Young (author), Laurence Stallings (screenwriter), Edwin Mayer (screenwriter), Maxwell Anderson (screenwriter), William Dorsey (adaptor), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sally:] "I hope you gentlemen don't mind if I join you for refreshments." [Malcolm:] "Quite the contrary, my dear."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Joan Bennett talks about the show. Next week will star Irene Dunne in a radio version of 'Cimarron', which will come from Hollywood. Short Public Service Announcement for the 1941 Red Cross membership drive. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep255]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 255 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/01
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)255
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Cimarron
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story set in the early Oklahoma Territory. It's about a crusading newspaper editor who always had to move on to the next frontier.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Irene Dunne, Gale Gordon, Edna Ferber (author), John Hiestand (announcer), Paula Winslowe, Jack Mather, Dorothy Scott, Barbara Jean Wong, Jerry Hausner, Howard McNear, Lou Merrill, Paul Franklin (adaptor), Robert Tallman, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sabra (reading):] "By nightfall there wasn't an acre, Sabra. Not an acre left of the two million opened at noon."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Irene Dunne talks about the program and her role of Sabra Cravat. Next week will star Franchot Tone in 'Men in White'. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The program originates from Hollywood.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep256]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 256 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)256
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Men in White
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A dedicated surgeon loses the love of his fianc?e because of his devotion to medicine.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Franchot Tone, Clayton Collyer (announcer), John McIntire, Frank Readick (triples), Elliott Reid, Jeanette Nolan, Ted Jewett, Sarah Fussell, Kenny Delmar, Betty Garde, Arlene Francis, Pauline Preller, Karl Swenson, Peggy Riley, Sidney Kingsley (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Shorty:] "Pete, sweetheart. Lend me your white tux vest for tonight. I got a date." [Pete:] "The answer is no."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Orson Welles in 'The Great Man Votes'. Public Service Announcement about the need to purchase US Defense Bonds and Stamps following the declaration of war. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep257]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 257 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/15
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)257
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Great Man Votes
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drunken old man and his grandchildren are thrust into the spotlight during a crucial election when it's discovered that he's the only registered voter in his district.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Welles, Ray Collins, Gordon Hillman (author), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (narrator), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Reverie:] "(drunken mumbling)...you attempt to tell me what Caesar got out his expedition to Britain." [Grandkid:] "Uh, he got pushed around by the pickets and the scotch."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Welles talks about next week's show 'The Green Pastures'. The show was performed last year and it seems appropriate to do it again at Christmas time. Short Public Service Announcement for US Defense Bonds and Stamps to push the war effort. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The program marks the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Bill Of Rights. The program originates from Hollywood.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep258]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 258 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)258
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Green Pastures
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The radio dramatization of the story, based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play. The story of the old testament, retold in simple terms from a Negro point of view.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Juano Hernandez, Marc Connelly (author, adaptor, director), The Hall Johnson Choir, Clayton Collyer (commercial spokesman), Dick Campbell, Valentine Alameda, Mercedes Gilbert, Muriel Rahn, Carrington Lewis, Christola Williams, Edna Thomas, John Garth, Gus Simons, Emory Richardson, Walter Whitfield, Paul Johnson, Tom Moseley, Robert Johnson, Orville Phillips, Juanita Hall, Dodo Green, Richard Huey, James Fuller, Viola Dean, Alanzo Bozan, Georgette Harvey, Paul Floyd, Frank Wilson, Homer Fickett (producer), Richard Stark (announcer).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Mr. Deeshay:] "And the seventh day, de Lawd rested. Now, chilluns, that's the general idea of what the Bible's like."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Seasons Greetings from the 60,000 employees of `DuPont including a motivational message regarding the war effort. Next week stars Paulette Goddard in The Gorgeous Hussy. This is NBC.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Previously broadcast 12/25/40
(:tableend:)


[[#ep259]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 259 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)41/12/29
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)259
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Gorgeous Hussy
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story of political intrigue within the Jackson administration. Peggy Eaton, a woman of humble beginnings, alienates Washington society while helping Andrew Jackson defeat his opponents.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paulette Goddard, Frank Readick, Jeanette Nolan, Elliott Reid, Kenny Delmar, Arlene Francis, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, John McIntire, Betty Garde, Edwin Jerome, Samuel Hopkins (author), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Andrew Jackson:] Mr. Randolph, you're late, we'd almost given over expecting ya." [Mr. Randolph:] "Our coach was delayed, sir."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Paulette Goddard talks about the show. Next Monday will star Lionel Barrymore in 'Valley Forge'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep260]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 260 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)260
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Valley Forge
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A portrait of hard times during that depressing winter when General Washington came close to surrendering to the British.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lionel Barrymore, Maxwell Anderson (author), John Hiestand (announcer), Elliott Lewis, Jack Mather, Arthur Q. Bryan, Gordon Wallace, Joseph Du Val, James Eagles, Gerald Mohr, Norman Field, Earle Ross, Vernon Steele, Robert L. Richards (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Tent:] "Gentlemen, attention. Commanding officer, General Washington. [Washington:] At ease, gentlemen. You'll forgive this delay. Now if you'll read the minutes, Mr. Tent."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lionel Barrymore briefly speaks about the show and its meaning at this present time. Next week will star Charles Boyer in 'The Gentleman from Paris'. This program came to you from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Previously broadcast on 10/9/40.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep261]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 261 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)261
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Gentleman from Paris
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how the Marquis de Lafayette came to America to fight for Liberty with the army of General Washington.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Charles Boyer, Robert Tallman (writer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Gayne Whitman (performer, commercial spokesman), John Hiestand (announcer), Pat McGeehan, Howard McNear, Mary Shipp, William Farnum, Sharon Douglas, Charles Penman, Elliott Lewis, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Erik Rolf.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Herald:] Ladies and gentlemen of the court, Her Majesty, the Queen [French Queen:] Pray be at your ease Ladies, Gentlemen.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Charles Boyer talks about the show and the tradition of democracy. Next week will star Bette Davis in 'An American is Born'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep262]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 262 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/19
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)262
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)An American Is Born
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A good story about a Czech couple in Mexico, awaiting an entry visa into the United States.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Bette Davis, Arch Oboler (adaptor, producer, director), Raymond Edward Johnson, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Fanya Foss (author), Peter Packer (author), Gordon Jenkins (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Marta:] Carl, [Karl:] Yes [Marta:] With the left foot first, please. That means we'll be back soon.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Bette Davis talks about the background to the show. Next Monday will star Madeleine Carroll in 'Tomorrow and Tomorrow'. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep263]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 263 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/01/26
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)263
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tomorrow and Tomorrow
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story about a model wife who is bored to tears with her husband. When she has an opportunity to leave with her true love, her son proves a considerable complication.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Philip Barry (playwright), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Gale:] Eve! Eve, Darling! [Eve:] Gale, is that you? You're back, oh, hello, hello. [Gale]: Darling. (pause) Oh, Lord it's good to be back.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll talks about the show and her involvement in taking in French refugee children at the start of the war. Next week will star James Cagney in 'Captains of the Clouds'. Madeleine Carroll is currently starring in Bahamas Passage. Short Public Service Announcement for Infantile Paralysis. This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The script was previously broadcast on "The Texaco Star Theatre" in 1938.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep264]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 264 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/02/02
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)264
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Captains of the Clouds
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A good story about an old-time Canadian barnstorming bush pilot who tries to join the Canadian Air Force during the war.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)James Cagney, Dennis Morgan, Alan Hale, Reginald Denny, Robert Tallman (adaptor), Arthur Horman (screenwriter), Richard MacAulay (screenwriter), Norman Raine (screenwriter), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Brian McLean:] On your feet, men! [Tiny:] Brian! [Scrounger:] It's that pilot [Tiny:] Scrounger, you know McLean. [Scrounger:] Yes, I've met him and I don't like him!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)James Cagney greets the men of the RCAF and RAF and thanks them for their hospitality and help in the making of the film 'Captains of the Clouds'. Next week, Cavalcade will present Raymond Massey in the story of Abraham Lincoln The War Years in the week of Lincoln's birthday. This program came from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep265]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 265 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/02/09
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)265
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Abraham Lincoln in the War Years.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The script was previously used on February 13, 1940 and on February 12, 1941.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep266]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 266 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/02/16
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)266
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Dark Angel
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A wartime romance about a doctor who disappears after he loses his vision.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Merle Oberon, Karl Swenson, William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Guy Bolton (playwright), Norman Rosten (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Kitty:] Mrs. Shannon, I can't wait. I can't just stand here and wait. [Mrs. Shannon:] "The train will be here in a moment
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Merle Oberon is introduced and speaks about her original screen role. Ms. Oberon is complimented for holding her career in order to allow time to support the war effort. 'Arrowsmith', starring Tyrone Power, will be next week's show. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep267]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 267 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/02/23
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)267
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Arrowsmith
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A dramatization from the famous novel, about a doctor's devotion to science and healing, and of heroism and faith.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power, Lurene Tuttle, Lou Merrill, Sinclair Lewis (author), John Hiestand (announcer), Harry Bartell, Dix Davis, Earle Ross, Wally Maher, Gail Patrick, Howard McNear, Howard McNear, Bea Benaderet, Jean Vander Pyl, Walt Snow, Richard Wallace, Catherine Cragen, Jack Mather, Harry Saz, Margaret Lewerth (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Dr Arrowsmith:] Leora! [Leora:] Hmmm? [Dr Arrowsmith:] Look here. What do you see on this microscope slide? [Leora:] Let me see.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power talks about his role. Next week will star Walter Pidgeon and Ellen Drew in 'Accent on Youth'. Tyrone Power will soon be seen in This Above All. The program came from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep268]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 268 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/02
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)268
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Accent on Youth
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)One of five Un-Circulated episodes in the `DuPont archive
(:tableend:)


[[#ep269]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 269 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/09
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)269
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Wait for the Morning
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Script repeat of 41/01/22
(:tableend:)


[[#ep270]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 270 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/16
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)270
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #07 Dear Brutus
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep271]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 271 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/03/23
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)271
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Angels on Horseback
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Dr. Mary Breckenridge and her creation of the "Frontier Nursing Service."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Myrna Loy, William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Robert Tallman (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Jane:] Well, George, what do you think of me now? Will I do? [George:] You were fine with Mr. Nathia but you shouldn't have laughed at Old Man Teakettle's mumps.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Myrna Loy gives kudos to the Frontier Nursing Service. Next week stars Ingrid Bergman in The Silent Heart. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep272]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 272 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/03/30
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)272
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #08 The Silent Heart
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Based on an unpublished story of Jenny Linn.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep273]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 273 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/04/06
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)273
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Yellow Jack
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Walter Reed found the cure for Yellow Fever in Cuba.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power, Clayton Collyer (announcer), Ted Jewett, Betty Garde, Karl Swenson, Kenny Delmar, Ian Martin, William Johnstone, John McIntire, Paul Stewart, Jeanette Nolan, Edwin Jerome (double), William Pringle, Frank Readick, Sidney Howard (playwright), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Acknowledgement of the day celebrating Army Day.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)(singing) [First Soldier:] Listen to 'em. How do they keep on singing in the middle of this horror? [Second Soldier:] Maybe they don't realize...they mustn't know how bad the Yellow Jack is.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power salutes the troops on this Army Day. Next week stars Basil Rathbone in A Continental Uniform. Tyrone Power may soon be seen in This Above All. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep274]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 274 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/04/13
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)274
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A Continental Uniform
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Benedict Arnold and his treason.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Basil Rathbone, Robert Tallman (author), Gale Gordon, Rosemary De Camp, Gerald Mohr, Lou Merrill, Erik Rolf, Elliott Lewis, Hans Conried, Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Benedict Arnold:] John Andre. Think of it, Peggy. A man has to be dead to have a shrine in Westminster Abbey. Yet Andre is more alive than I am. [Peggy Arnold:] You mustn't talk to yourself his way, Benedict.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week stars Claude Rains in 'In This Crisis.' This program came to you from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep275]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 275 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/04/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)275
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)In This Crisis
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Thomas Paine and his contributions to the freedoms of America.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, Agnes Moorehead, Ray Collins, Gale Gordon, John Hiestand (announcer), Don Costello, Erik Rolf, Gavin Gordon, John Lake, Elliott Lewis (triples), Jack Mather, Hans Conried, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Madam Bovee:] (unintelligible female voice with French accent) [Old Man:] Yes, quite, Madame Bovee, quite, thank you [Madame Bovee:] (more unintelligible female voice with French accent)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains gives tribute to Tom Paine. Next week stars Loretta Young in This Side of Hades. Claude Rains may soon be seen in Kings Row. Ray Collins may soon be seen in The Big Sleep.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep276]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 276 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/04/27
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)276
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #09 This Side of Hades
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The story of the Revolutionary War heroine, Molly Prichard.
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep277]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 277 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/04
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)277
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Printer Was A Lady
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Anne Royall, lady newspaper editor during the Jackson administration.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lynn Fontanne, John McIntire, Larry Robinson, Frank Readick, Edwin Jerome, William Pringle (triples), Jeanette Nolan, William Johnstone, Kenny Delmar, Ted Jewett, Paul Stewart, Dwight Weist, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Penny a print! Penny a Print! Anne Royal's latest broadside. Just off the press!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Lynn Fontanne does Public Service Announcement for salvage recovery for the war effort. Next week stars Raymond Massey in A Tooth for Paul Revere. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Homer Fickett considered this program to be Lynn Fontanne's radio debut, but actually, she appeared on at least two early broadcasts ("The White Cliffs" of October 13, 1940 and "United China Relief" of April 13, 1942)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep278]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 278 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/11
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)278
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A Tooth for Paul Revere
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The amusing fantasy about how a Yankee with a toothache started the American Revolution!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Raymond Massey, Stephen Vincent Benet (author, adaptor), Jeanette Nolan, Frank Readick, Larry Robinson, Edwin Jerome (triples), William Johnstone, Ted Jewett, John McIntire, Karl Swenson, Brad Barker (animal noises), Peggy Riley, Kenny Delmar, Betty Garde, Paul Stewart, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Lige:] Ouch [Hannah:] Now, Lige, you just hold still and keep that bag of salt on your cheek. I got it real nice and hot again. [Lige:] Thanks, Hannah. Ayeh, you certainly got it hot.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Raymond Massey salutes the character of the American people. Next week stars Claudette Colbert in Remember the Day. Raymond Massey can currently be seen in Reap the Wild Wind. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The script was subsequently used on "Adventures Ahead" on September 9, 1944 and on "Escape" on July 4, 1948.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep279]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 279 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/18
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)279
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Remember the Day
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story about a teacher and her special student.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claudette Colbert, Elliott Lewis, Tommy Cook, Gale Gordon, Louise Erickson, Herb Vigran, Erik Rolf, Janet Beecher, Conrad Binyon, Jack Mather, George Barraud (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Bill:] Calling Senator Green, Captain Fairchild. Calling Senator Gre... (breaks off) Well, if isn't... [Miss Cornell:] Why, Bill Tahr, how nice to see you
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claudette Colbert salutes the school teachers. Next week Tyrone Power will star in Young Tom Jefferson. Miss Colbert will soon be seen in The Palm Beach Story. This program came to you from Hollywood. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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[[#ep280]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 280 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/05/25
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)280
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Young Tom Jefferson
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Mr. Jefferson was influenced to write the Declaration of Independence.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power, Ray Collins, John Hiestand (announcer), Jack Mather, Clarence Muse, Georgia Backus, Don Costello, Gale Gordon, Hans Conried, William Farnum, Joe Latham, Erik Rolf, Norman Field, Bob Mauch, Elliott Lewis, Robert L. Richards (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Jefferson:] you've been most kind and helpful to me, gentlemen [Franklin:] On the contrary, I should think, Mr. Jefferson.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Tyrone Power may now be seen in the production of This Above All. Ray Collins appeared through courtesy of RKO. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep281]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 281 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/06/01
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)281
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #10 Clara Barton
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep282]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 282 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/06/08
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)282
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Colossus of Panama
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how William Crawford Gorgas eliminated Yellow Fever from the Canal Zone and made possible the building of the Panama Canal.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Walter Huston, Robert Tallman (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Senator Morgan:] The name of this man, Mr. President, is God. I don't know this man. All I know is this...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Walter Houston praises the work of William Crawford. Next week stars Paulette Goddard in The Lady and the Flag.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep283]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 283 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/06/15
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)283
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)The Lady and the Flag
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
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(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)One of five Un-Circulated episodes in the `DuPont archive
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[[#ep284]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 284 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/06/22
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)284
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Battle of the Ovens
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Christopher Ludwig, the elderly baker who helped General Washington win the war!
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jean Hersholt, Arthur Miller (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Kate:] Christopher, Chris! Uh Christo.. Ach! Sitting by the open window again. Do you want to catch your death? Come to bed it is after midnight.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Jean Hersholt presents a salute to the resistance in Denmark. Next week starts Helen Hayes in Hymn from the Night, a story about Julia Ward Howe who wrote the Battle Hymn of the Republic. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep285]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 285 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/06/29
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)285
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Hymn from the Night
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)A story about Julia Ward Howe who wrote the Battle Hymn of the Republic
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep286]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 286 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/07/06
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)286
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Gentleman from the Islands
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A story about the events leading to the Hamilton-Burr duel, and the reasons it was fought.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alfred Lunt, Robert Tallman (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Karl Swenson, James McCallion, Frank Readick, Kenny Delmar, Will Geer, Arlene Francis, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Gen Hamilton:] Who is it? [Mr. Vinesse:] I have the honor to call upon you, General Hamilton on behalf of a friend. May I come in?
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Alfred Lunt presents a short tribute to the armed forces. Next week stars Dean Jagger in Man of Iron. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Considered to be Alfred Lunt's first radio appearance, he appeared on at least two broadcasts, one before this date. ("The White Cliffs" on October 13, 1940 and "United China Relief" of April 13, 1943.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep287]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 287 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/07/13
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)287
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #11 Man of Iron
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep288]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 288 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/07/20
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)288
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Wild Young Man
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drama about the adventures of Stephen Decatur, battling the pirates of Tripoli.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Dean Jagger, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[First Gaoler:] Do you remember which cell they put him in? [Second Gaoler:] Of course, I don't. Why should I trouble to remember? This is what comes of the Bashar asking to see his prisoners.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Dean Jagger does Public Service Announcement for saving tin cans for the war effort. Next week stars Carl Swenson in Man of Design. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep289]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 289 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/07/27
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)289
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Man of Design
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of how Eli Whitney invented the assembly line to mass produce muskets...each with interchangeable parts.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson, Paul Stewart (triples), Frank Readick (triples), Charita Bauer, Edwin Jerome, William Johnstone, Paul Stewart, Ted Jewett, Everett Sloane, Will Geer, Ian Martin, Kenny Delmar, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Mr. Thomson:] Hold still, please Eli! [Whitney:] Oh, I'm...I'm sorry [Mr. Thomson:] How you expect a man to tailor a good coat when you're forever fidgeting and waving your arms about.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Karl Swenson does Public Service Announcement recruiting for the Coast Guard. Next week will start Madeleine Carroll in This, Our Exile. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep290]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 290 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/03
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)290
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)This Our Exile
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drama based on "Evangeline," the famous poem of the north woods.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (author), Frank Readick, Everett Sloane, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar (triples), Paul Stewart, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Will Geer, Karl Swenson, Norman Rosten (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Soldier:] I have the following orders for your village. It is decreed that the village be evacuated by all its inhabitants, by nightfall.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll gives Public Service Announcement for homeless. Next week will start Madeleine Carroll in I, Mary Washington. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep291]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 291 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/10
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)291
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)I, Mary Washington
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the mother of George Washington and how she imparted the seed of greatness to her son.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Robert Tallman (writer), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Larry Robinson, Karl Swenson, Edwin Jerome, Ted Jewett, Sarah Fussell, Betty Garde, Kenny Delmar, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Mary Washington:] I, Mary Washington, of Fredericksburg in the county of Spotsylvania being in good health but calling to mind the uncertainty of this life...
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll speaks to the hope of the future. Next week stars Edward Arnold in Man of Action. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep292]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 292 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: black' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: black' :)42/08/17
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: black' :)292
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: black' :)NO
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: black' :)Lost Episode #12 Theodore Roosevelt, Man of Action
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: black' :)
(:cellnr style='color: black' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: black' :)http://www.audio-classics.com/mgarticle010.html
(:tableend:)


[[#ep293]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 293 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/24
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)293
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Giant in the Meadow
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Dr. Theobald Smith solves the puzzle of Texas Fever infecting cattle in 1893. He also sets the foundation for curing many other deadly fevers.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ralph Bellamy, Milton Geiger (adaptor), Robert Tallman (adaptor), Paul de Kruif (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Boatswain:] (starts, then repeats in the background) All ashore that's going ashore! [Ted:] Well fellows, I guess this is goodbye for the last time. [Lillian:] And don't forget, boys, the first dinner engagement when you get back is with us in our new home.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Ralph Bellamy does Public Service Announcement for eating "Victory Food", food that can't be shipped overseas to the troops. Next week stars Charles Laughton in Prophet Without Honor. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep294]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 294 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/08/31
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)294
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The Prophet Without Honor
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of the neglected genius of Homer Lea, who among his many other amazing accomplishments, correctly predicted when and where the Japanese would attack the United States.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Charles Laughton, Robert Tallman (writer), Joshua Powers (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Homer:] Only one man guarding the gates of the forbidden city? The old tigress must be very sure of herself ... hmm? [Guard:] She is the daughter of heaven, my friend.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Claude Rains in Soldier of Fortune. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: Script title Prophet Without Honor. Spoken title is The Prophet Without Honor
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[[#ep295]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 295 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/07
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)295
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Soldier of A Free Press
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Richard Harding Davis, America's first war correspondent.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Claude Rains, Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Friend:] Well, what are you up to, Dick? [Davis:] Sending a cable back to New York. As usual, nothing happened in Cuba today except of a brutal and barbaric punitive nature.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will be Eagle to Britain. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


[[#ep296]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 296 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/14
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)296
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Honorable Joseph C Grew Speech
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)An address by Joseph Grew, former U. S. ambassador to Japan, on the occasion of the award of the Army-Navy "E" Award to the Remington Arms Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Mr. Grew speaks about our Japanese enemy.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Joseph Grew, C. K. Davis (President of Remington), Frederic Walcott (former Senator from Connecticut), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sen. Walcott:] Our guest of honor this evening has won his spurs on many fields of statecraft. A career man for thirty-eight consecutive years, he has served his country in Foreign Service.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Notice a free pamphlet of tonight's show will be made available.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The broadcast originates from the Hotel Stratford, Bridgeport. The announcer and music originated from NBC's New York studios.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep297]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 297 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/21
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)297
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Eagle to Britain
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A drama about the Air Transport Command, ferrying bombers to England.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Kenny Delmar, Milton Geiger (writer), Peter Lyon (writer), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor), Harold Cargill (Lieutenant, Air Transport Command).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Sailor on phone:] Look Dad, don't tell mom, but I'm flying Atlantic again. (pause) No, not yet. I'm still just a copilot (pause) Glen Williams, you remember him.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A member of the Air Transport Command appears after the story. Next week will star Orson Wells in The Man Who Wouldn't be President. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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[[#ep298]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 298 :)
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(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/09/28
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)298
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Thunder from the Mountain
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The life story of Benito Juarez, the Mexican patriot.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Welles (narrator, performer), Arthur Miller (adaptor), Clayton Collyer (announcer), Ted Jewett, Stefan Schnabel, Karl Swenson (triples), Alfred Shirley, Arlene Francis, Frank Readick, Kenny Delmar, Paul Stewart, Edwin Jerome (triples), Nina Brown Baker (author), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Prussian Ambassador:] His Majesty, the King of Prussia, fervently desires that the President spare the life of His Highness, Maximilian [Austrian Ambassador:] His Majesty, the Emperor of Austria urgently beseeches Your Excellency to pardon His Highness, Maximilian.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Madeleine Carroll in the play titled "I Married in Bataan". This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: "Juarez" is the script title; however, "Thunder from the Mountain: The Story of Juarez" is the alternate script title and the spoken title.
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[[#ep299]]
(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 299 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/10/05
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)299
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)I was Married on Bataan
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)The story of Army nurse Lieutenant Dorothea Engel, shortly after the Japanese attack on the Philippines.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll, Arthur Miller (writer), Arlene Francis, Edwin Jerome, Frank Readick, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Betty Garde, Peggy Riley, Clayton Collyer (announcer, performer), Kenny Delmar, Homer Fickett (producer, director), Donald Voorhees (composer, conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Dorothy:] I know. I know what a man's chances were on Bataan after the lines broke. And yet, he is alive somewhere on those islands. He did not die
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Madeleine Carroll presents a Public Service Announcement for nurses. Next week stars Orson Wells in Admiral of the Ocean Sea. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)AKA: First spoken title is "I've Married on Bataan". The second spoken title is from the script; "I Was Married on Bataan"
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(:comment Cavalcade of America Episode 300 :)
(:table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0 frame=border rules=none width=100% :)
(:cell width=20% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=80% style='color: purple' :)42/10/12
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)300
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Admiral of the Ocean Sea
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)A humorous but factual look at some realities behind the legend of Christopher Columbus.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Orson Wells, Everett Sloane, Frank Readick (triples), Ted Jewett, Kenny Delmar, Ian Martin, Edwin Jerome, Eliot Morrison (author), Norris Houghton (adaptor), Robert Meltzer (adaptor), Homer Fickett (producer, director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Beginning of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Happy birthday. Maybe you'd forgotten. In Fourteen Hundred and Ninety Two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)End of Show:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Next week will star Madeleine Carroll in 'That They Might Live'. This program came to you from New York. This is the National Broadcasting Company.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
(:tableend:)


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