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Cavalcade of America: Episodes 501 - 600

From December 9, 1946 through February 21, 1949:

Date Aired: 46/12/09
Episode Number: 501
Available: YES
Title: Wings to Glory
Description: Because John Joseph Montgomery was the kind of American who didn't like the word "impossible". He firmly believed he could fly, not as other men had risen above the ground by inflating balloons with light gasses, but as a bird soars, with wings. His own little sister Janie, injuring her back in attempting to save his experiment, was told that she would never walk again, and the blame was placed on "that fool" Montgomery. But Janie urged John to continue with his experiment, and vowed to walk if he did,
Cast: John Hodiak, Ken Christy, Eddie Firestone, Jr., Dawn Bender, Walter "Hank" Richards (writer), Russell Hughes (writer). John Zoller (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] John, what do you want to do with your life? [Voice 2] I'm sorry father, but working in a grocery store, I just couldn't keep my mind on my work.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Peggy Ann Garner in That Powell Girl. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 46/12/16
Episode Number: 502
Available: YES
Title: That Powell Girl
Description: The story of the first American professional woman violinist, Maude Powell, and how she pioneered the acceptance of women in the arts.
Cast: Peggy Ann Garner, Helen Bennett, William Johnstone, Gloria Gordon, Herb Butterfield, Tom Collins, Luther Davis (writer), David Placena (soloist), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), John Zoller (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Maude, Maude darling, haven't you practiced enough? You've been in there all afternoon.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont and talks about Christmas Seals. Next week's show will be a broadcast of Christmas Carols, sung by the DuPont Chorus. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 46/12/23
Episode Number: 503
Available: YES
Title: The DuPont Chorus
Description: Mr. Walter F. Carpenter, President of DuPont speaks during this program of Christmas Carols, presented by 154 men and women of the DuPont Chorus.
Cast: DuPont Chorus under the direction of Daniel W. Boyer, Lois Cato (soloist), Bill Hamilton ( emcee, Virginia B. Williams (accompanist), Eleanor B. Edge (accompanist), Gayne Whitman (announcer).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: The first tune is Deck the Halls. Second Song Come with Torches
End of Show: Broadcast from the stage of "The Playhouse" in Wilmington, Delaware. Bill Hamilton wishes everyone a Merry Christmas from DuPont. Next week's show will star Burgess Meredith in an unusual story about Rain Fakers.
Notes:

Date Aired: 46/12/30
Episode Number: 504
Available: YES
Title: The Rain Fakers
Description: One summer not long ago, Walt Swanson, a local weatherman, could offer little hope of relief from a drought that was threatening the local crops. In desperation, the Farmer's Association decided to call in the "famous" Colonel Dazian. Even though Walt knew that Dazian was a fake, he had to admit that the Colonel had had remarkable success in other towns. With a spiel full of hocus pocus and an impressive array of cannon and "radio-magnetic" equipment, the Colonel claimed he could bring rain to the farmer's parched fields, once the equipment was started up. This story tells how Walt exposed the faker.
Cast: Burgess Meredith, Ted Jewitt, Vicki Vola, Edgar Stehli, Cameron Prud'Homme, Alan Hewitt, Frank Gabrielson (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Ted Pearson (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Ah! The weather. Everybody talks about it but no one does anything about it
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Burgess Meredith talks on behalf of the National Safety Council. Next week, Cavalcade will star Shirley Booth in The Woman on Lime Rock. New Year's Greetings from the DuPont Company. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/01/06
Episode Number: 505
Available: YES
Title: The Woman on Lime Rock
Description: Captain Hosea Lewis planned on being a lighthouse keeper all his life. One day in the fall of 1858, his daughter, Ida, was summoned to the island to learn that her father had suffered a stroke and would never be able to realize his ambition. Rather than relinquish their post, the two Lewis's maintained their vigil over the Newport harbor, and after her father died, Ida forsook the life she had planned for herself in order to continue to run the lighthouse until the day she died.
Cast: Shirley Booth, Lewis Edgar Stehli, Cameron Prud'Homme, Les Tremayne, Richard Keith, Agnes Young, Alan Hewitt, Ruth Woodman (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Ted Pearson (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Excuse me Mr. Connor, but are you ready to dictate your editorial?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Public Service Announcement recruiting for the US Coast Guard. Next week's show will star Ralph Bellamy and Louise Allbritton in The Prairie Burner. Recording ends.
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Date Aired: 47/01/13
Episode Number: 506
Available: YES
Title: The Prairie Burner
Description: In 1867, a young railroad engineer named Cyrus Halliday wanted to bring railroad service to a whole new section of the United States. He planned to link the already busy rail hub of Topeka, Kansas, with the growing center of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Despite all kinds of opposition, the Santa Fe railroad was built.
Cast: Ralph Bellamy, Louise Allbritton, Ted De Corsia, Joseph Boland, Walter Kinsella, Henry Walsh (writer), Jack Zoller (producer, director), Ted Pearson (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Uh oh! Did I say peaceful? Say, that was a rifle shot.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next weeks show will star William Holden and Marsha Hunt in Builder of the Soo. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/01/20
Episode Number: 507
Available: YES
Title: Builder of the Soo
Description: In 1852, Charles Harvey, a traveling salesman, arrived at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, with an idea concerning a canal. Here, on the shores of Lake Superior, iron ore and copper had been discovered in great quantity, but bulk transportation by ships was impossible between this rich source and the factories a thousand miles to the east because of a single mile of un-navigable river rapids. This is the story of how that canal was built.
Cast: William Holden, Marsha Hunt, Bess MacCameron, Bob Dryden, House Jameson, Cameron Prud'Homme, Paul Peters (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Ted Pearson (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Nobody today remembers my name. It's Katie Burrows. And only a few remember Charles Harvey.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week, Cavalcade will star Basil Rathbone in A Chance for Jimmy. William Holden may soon be seen in Blaze of Noon. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/01/27
Episode Number: 508
Available: YES
Title: A Chance for Jimmy
Description: Dr. Francis Henry Brown became increasingly dissatisfied with the diagnosis and treatment of many children's ills, particularly Typhlitis (an inflammation of part of the large intestine.) To better study and treat sick children and their various ills, Brown established a children's hospital in Boston, the first of its kind in this country. This story follows the treatment of a fictitious 6 year old boy called Jimmy, as it would have been in the years following the Civil War, in 1900 and in 1947.
Cast: Basil Rathbone, Carl Frank, House Jameson, David Anderson, Alice Yorman, Alan Hewitt, Erik Barnouw (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Ted Pearson (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I lived, worked and died many years ago. As a young doctor in Boston during the Civil War...
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Basil Rathbone introduces David Anderson, who played Jimmy tonight. David and Basil do Public Service Announcement for the March of Dimes. Next week's show will star Burgess Meredith in The Magnificent Failure. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/02/03
Episode Number: 509
Available: YES
Title: The Magnificent Failure
Description: Josiah White realized that nearly every one of his failures could be blamed on the absence of good, cheap fuel. Wood was fine for kitchen stoves, but industry needed something that would bum at a higher temperature and cost less than English coal At last, Josiah decided to utilize a "black stone", or anthracite, that he knew was better in all ways than what was then being imported. The problem was how to start it burning. This story describes how his perseverance paid off.
Cast: Burgess Meredith, Alice Reinhart, Martin Wolfson, Charles Penman, Cameron Andrews, Alan Hewitt, Eleanor Morton (author of the book "Josiah White"), Philip Lewis (adapter), John Zoller (producer, director), Ted Pearson (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: The war for independence was over. There was victory in the land. A new nation.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's Cavalcade will star Dane Clark and Donna Reed in The Voice of the Wizard. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/02/10
Episode Number: 510
Available: YES
Title: The Voice of the Wizard
Description: The spirit of Tom Edison recalls his early triumphs on the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of the prolific inventor.
Cast: Dane Clark, Donna Reed, Erik Barnouw (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Voorhees (conductor), Alan Hewitt, John Sylvester, Chester Stratton, Ted Pearson (announcer), Robert Dryden, Jack Manning. John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Tom, Tom, Tom, it's just about time to go Tom. Are you almost...
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Chester Morris in Man Against the Mountain. Dane Clark may soon be seen in the movie That Way with Women. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/02/17
Episode Number: 511
Available: YES
Title: Man Against the Mountain
Description: Gustave Marsh, one of the inhabitants of Lone Pine, had looked up at Mt. Whitney's eastern slope for many years and each time felt that the greatness of this mountain was being wasted. There, he thought, on the summit, was an ideal site for an observatory.
Cast: Chester Morris, William Johnstone, Virginia Gregg, Martha Wentworth, Barney Phillips, Byron Kane, Victor Rodman, Dick Ryan, Jerry Hausner, Ruth Woodman (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Did your husband go up on that mountain alone Elizabeth?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Ida Lupino in Abigail Opens the White House. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/02/24
Episode Number: 512
Available: YES
Title: Abigail Opens the White House.
Description: A story about Abigail Adams, wife of the second President, the many trials she endured in Philadelphia as war with France threatened, and the first couples' move to the new unfinished dark and dingy White House in Washington.
Cast: Ida Lupino, John McIntire, Priscilla Kent (writer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), John Hiestand (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Very well Mr. President, if you feel that way about it.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's Cavalcade will star Robert Young in Mr. Pullman's Palace Car. Ida Lupino can be seen in The Man I Love. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/03/03
Episode Number: 513
Available: YES
Title: Mr. Pullman's Palace Car
Description: The story of George Pullman and how he invented the railroad sleeping car.
Cast: Robert Young, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), John Hiestand (announcer), William Johnstone, Georgia Backus, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Fred Howard, Paul Peters (writer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Sound of train moving on tracks] Well that's three straight this evening. Play another?
End of Show: Robert Young with Public Service Announcement for GI insurance. Next week's show will stars Lee Bowman and Una Merkel in The Stirring Blood. Robert Young may be seen in They Won't Believe Me. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/03/10
Episode Number: 514
Available: YES
Title: The Stirring Blood
Description: The discovery of the Rh factor in blood, and the surprising meaning of the letters Rh.
Cast: Lee Bowman, Una Merkel, Ann Tobin, Bob Bailey, John Hiestand (announcer), Halsted Welles (writer), Herb Butterfield, Hugh Thomas, Jerry Hausner, Ken Christy, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Sigmund Miller (writer), Stan Waxman, John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I don't care where he is. Get him here. Get Dave Evans in this office in three minutes or I'll fire the whole staff.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Lionel Barrymore in The Man with Green Fingers. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: Listener requests for a rebroadcast, the most for any show of this season, were honored June 2, 1947.

Date Aired: 47/03/17
Episode Number: 515
Available: YES
Title: The Man with Green Fingers
Description: The story of horticulturist and botanist Luther Burbank, and how he was almost run out of town for the crossbred plants and flowers that he produced.
Cast: Lionel Barrymore, Russell Hughes (writer), John Hiestand (announcer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Henry Blair, Constance Crowder, Herb Butterfield, Francis X. Bushman, Bob Bailey, Janet Scott, Joseph Kearns, Nanette Velone, Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Hello. [Voice 2] Uh? Oh Hello there. Where did you come from?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont and Lionel Barrymore collaborates at the end of the commercial. Next week's show will star Thomas Mitchell in The Man Who Stepped Aside. Public Service Announcement for the Red Cross and its service to veterans. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/03/24
Episode Number: 516
Available: YES
Title: The Man Who Stepped Aside
Description: The story of how William Seward, who lost the Republican nomination to Lincoln in 1860. Despite his disappointment, he stepped aside and served faithfully in President Lincoln's war cabinet, surviving an attempt on his own life the night the President was shot.
Cast: Thomas Mitchell, Philo Higley (writer), John McIntire, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), John Hiestand (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Penny. Penny. Hey. [Voice 2] Yes Frederick, what do you want?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Henry Fonda in Kansas Marshall. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/03/31
Episode Number: 517
Available: YES
Title: Kansas Marshall
Description: A story about Wyatt Earp, who became Marshall of Wichita, Kansas, a town that badly needed cleaning up.
Cast: Henry Fonda, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Stewart M. Lake (author), Maurice Robinson (adaptor), Russell Hughes (author), Ozie Waters, John McIntire, Herb Butterfield, Jerry Hausner, Horace Murphy, John Hiestand (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Sounds of shooting] Thar they go again. 'Taint safe for a person to cross the street no more.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Dana Andrews in That Skipper from Stonington. Henry Fonda can be seen in The Fugitive. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: The script was based on the 1939 film, Frontier Marshal-Staring Randolph Scott.

Date Aired: 47/04/07
Episode Number: 518
Available: YES
Title: That Skipper from Stonington
Description: The story of Richard Loper, the ship builder and sea captain, who dreamed of going whaling. Encouraged by his wife, he designed a wooden steamship with ribs of iron, especially built for whaling, but for various reasons he never went whaling himself.
Cast: Dana Andrews, Anita Louise, John Hiestand (announcer), Gloria Gordon, Norman Field, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Stan Waxman, Stuart Hawkins (writer), Theta Kenyon (adaptor), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Thar she blows! Whales. [Voice 2] Whales sighted Captain.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week' show will star Don Ameche in Peanut Vendor. Dana Andrews may soon be seen in movie, Memory of Love. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/04/14
Episode Number: 519
Available: YES
Title: Peanut Vendor
Description: The story of Amadeo Obici, an Italian immigrant, who went on to become the co-founder, along with Mario Peruzzi, of the Planter's Peanut Company in Suffolk, Virginia.
Cast: Don Ameche, Bobby Santon, John Hiestand (announcer), Herb Butterfield, Jay Novello, Milton Herman, Norma Kendall, Priscilla Kent (writer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Station Master. Station Master. [Voice 2] Yes ma'am, what can I do for you?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Public Service Announcement for the American Chemical Society. Next week's show will star Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Maureen O'Sullivan. Don Ameche may be heard in his own radio program for Drene, and may soon be seen in That's My Man. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/04/21
Episode Number: 520
Available: YES
Title: The Doctor and the President
Description: How Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse vaccinated President Thomas Jefferson against smallpox, to help convince Americans of the benefit of the procedure.
Cast: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Maureen O'Sullivan, Robert Walston (writer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), George Zucco, Henry Blair, William Johnstone, John Hiestand (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Banging on door. [Voice 1] Charles. Charles. [Voice 2] William, what's the matter? [Voice 1] You'd better get out. There's an epidemic. Smallpox.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Anne Baxter in Frontier Widow. Public Service Announcement search on behalf of Princeton University for all Jefferson manuscripts that may be privately held. Douglas Fairbanks can be seen in the movie The Exile, and Maureen O'Sullivan will next be seen in The Big Clock . Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company
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Date Aired: 47/04/28
Episode Number: 521
Available: YES
Title: Frontier Widow
Description: The story of Ann Robertson Johnston, a pioneer settler and teacher in the Cumberland Valley of what would become the state of Tennessee, and the ideals for which she fought.
Cast: Anne Baxter, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), William Johnstone, John Zoller (producer, director), Agnes Eckhardt (writer), John Hiestand (announcer), Edwin Max, Horace Murphy, John McIntire, Nanette Velone, Priscilla Kent (writer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] That you John? [Voice 2] Yeah. How long you been on watch up there Lem? [Voice 1] Couple of hours John.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Anne Baxter does Public Service Announcement for Teacher Recruitment. Next week's show will star Gregory Peck in School for Men. Anne Baxter can currently be seen in The Razor's Edge. Broadcast form Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/05/05
Episode Number: 522
Available: YES
Title: School for Men
Description: A city detective takes the training offered by the FBI school and, using the new methods taught by the labs, helps his brother, also a detective, to track down a photographer who is suspected of three murders.
Cast: Gregory Peck, Betty Lou Gerson, Bob Bailey, John Hiestand (announcer), Elliott Reid, Frances Heflin, Ken Christy, Peggy Webber, Philip Lewis (writer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Virginia Gregg, John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Don't let the title of tonight's play fool you. This is a mystery.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Gregory Peck receives an award from Motion Picture Magazine as the Most Popular Actor of the Year on the program. Next week's show will star John Hodiak in Page One. Gregory Peck may currently be seen in the movie Macomber Affair. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/05/12
Episode Number: 523
Available: YES
Title: Page One
Description: The story of an immigrant to America named Joseph Pulitzer, and how he changed journalism and the free press.
Cast: John Hodiak, Charles Freeman (writer), John Hiestand (announcer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Jack Kruschen, John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Mister. Mister. [Voice 2] What? What do you want lad? [Voice 1] I'd like to ask you a question please.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. John Hodiak does Public Service Announcement for I Am an American Day and plugs the movie High Barbary. Next week, Joseph Cotton will star in Witness by Moonlight. Thanks to John Hodiak. Next week's broadcast will originate from Newark, NJ. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/05/19
Episode Number: 524
Available: YES
Title: Witness by Moonlight
Description: Abraham Lincoln defends an innocent boy from an accusation of murder.
Cast: Joseph Cotten, Lawson Zerbe, Bill Hamilton (announcer), Robert Haag, Donald Brian (conductor), Earl George, Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), George Petrie, Henry Denker (adaptor), House Jameson, Irene Hubbard, Robert Dryden, Ted Osborne, Paul Angle (author), Arden Cornwell (composer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: What do you think Billy? Do you like this new beard?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. The broadcast originates from Newark, New Jersey. Next week's show will star Robert Young and Roy Atwell in Under the Big Top broadcast from Charleston, WV. Joseph Cotton can currently be seen in Duel in the Sun. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/05/26
Episode Number: 525
Available: YES
Title: Under the Big Top
Description: The story of how Lolo the clown helped Congressman John E. Kenna make Charleston the capitol of West Virginia. (This is a true story)
Cast: Robert Young, Roy Atwell, Antonio Modarelli (conductor), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Erik Barnouw (writer), Frank Milano, Nancy Kenna Morton, Nancy Sheridan, Neal O'Malley, Richard Hogue, Robert Dryden, Sarah Fussell, The Charleston Symphony Orchestra, William Wyatt, John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Citizens of West Virginia. I, uh, wish to speak to you briefly on a matter of great importance.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Robert Young introduces the Charleston Symphony who plays the Dance of the Buffoon. Next week's show, due to listener requests, will be a rebroadcast of The Stirring Blood. Nancy Kenna Morton, the granddaughter of Congressman Kenna, appeared in the drama. Broadcast from Charleston, West Virginia. Robert Young may soon be seen in They Won't Believe Me. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/06/02
Episode Number: 526
Available: YES
Title: The Stirring Blood
Description: The discovery of the Rh factor in blood, and the surprising meaning of the letters Rh.
Cast: Lee Bowman, Ann Tobin, Bob Bailey, John Hiestand (announcer), Halsted Welles (writer), Herb Butterfield, Hugh Thomas, Jerry Hausner, Ken Christy, Elliott Reid, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Sigmund Miller (writer), Stan Waxman, Una Merkel, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I don't care where he is. Get him here. Get Dave Evans in this office in three minutes or I'll fire the whole cast.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week, Ida Lupino will star in Lady of Distinction. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: Announced as a rebroadcast of the March 10, 1947 show, by listener request.

Date Aired: 47/06/09
Episode Number: 527
Available: YES
Title: Lady of Distinction
Description: The story of M. Carey Thomas, a fiercely independent feminist, who, distraught at the lack of educational degree opportunities for women, went on to become the first female dean, chair of English and ultimately president of the new Bryn Mawr College for women.
Cast: Ida Lupino, Stanley Farrar, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Edith Tackna, Howard McNear, Jack Kruschen, Jeanette Nolan, Junius Matthews, Norman Field, Peg La Centra, John Hiestand (announcer), David Ellis, Doris Frankel (writer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: By the time I die, my brain shall weigh as much as any man's. I hereby take my solemn oath.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's Cavalcade will star Jane Wyman in Woman Alone. Ida Lupino can be seen in Escape Me Never. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/06/16
Episode Number: 528
Available: YES
Title: Woman Alone
Description: The story of Alice Evans, who, in researching Bang's disease, pioneered in the study of undulant fever, also known as Malta fever.
Cast: Virginia Bruce, Bernard Dryer (writer), John Hiestand (announcer), Edward Marr, Helen Spring, Fred Howard, Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Herb Butterfield, Howard Smith, Luis Van Rooten, Nanette Velone, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Sidney Miller, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Background singing] Now, you'll be off to Washington in fine old country wealth style Alice.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. The last show of the season until Monday, August 18th. Happy summer from DuPont. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: Virginia Bruce appears to be a last minute substitute for the previously advertised star, Jane Wyman.

Date Aired: 47/08/18
Episode Number: 529
Available: YES
Title: The Iron Horse
Description: Peter Cooper experiments with the design and development of the first steam engine in America, the Tom Thumb, and makes the railroad approach practical. The famous race of the Tom Thumb against a horse is dramatized.
Cast: Robert Young, Walter Brennan, Erik Barnouw (writer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Frank Bingman (announcer), Barbara Eiler, Bob Bailey, Peggy Webber, Joseph Bell, Francis X. Bushman, John Zoller (producer, director), Jerry Hausner, William Johnstone, Tish Payne, Sara Jane Wells, Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] You Peter Cooper? [Voice 2] Yes, that's my name. [Voice 1] You registered here at my Inn, didn't ya, huh?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star John Hodiak in The Red Stockings. Episodes for the following three weeks are announced. Robert Young can currently be seen in Crossfire. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: The first show of the program's thirteenth season.

Date Aired: 47/08/25
Episode Number: 530
Available: YES
Title: The Red Stockings
Description: The story of Albert Spalding, a baseball player of the last century and the founder of the famous sporting goods company.
Cast: John Hodiak, John Zoller (producer, director), Jane Morgan, Frank Bingman (announcer), Gale Gordon, Fred Howard, Gerald Mohr, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Lucy Kennedy (writer), Mary Jane Croft, Albert Spaulding (author), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] George. George, where the devil are you? [Voice 2] Right here. Right here.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week, Lee Bowman will star in Mission to Cuba. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/09/01
Episode Number: 531
Available: YES
Title: Mission to Cuba
Description: The story of Lieutenant Andrew S. Rowan set in the days just prior to the Spanish-American war, his travels through the jungles of Cuba, his establishment of contact with Cuban rebels, and the 'Message To Garcia' editorial that resulted from his efforts.
Cast: Lee Bowman, Herb Butterfield, Nestor Paiva, Halsted Welles (adaptor), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Frank Bingman (announcer), Elbert Hubbard (author), Andrew Rowan (author), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Here you are now. In you go. [Voice 2] Wait a minute. [Voice 1] In you go. [Voice 2] Wait a minute guard
End of Show: Next week's Cavalcade will star Ida Lupino in Kitchen Scientist. Public Service Announcement for Savings Bonds. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/09/08
Episode Number: 532
Available: YES
Title: Kitchen Scientist
Description: The story of Fanny Farmer, who revolutionized the art and science of home cooking, even though she was an invalid.
Cast: Ida Lupino, Priscilla Kent (writer), Helen Hersfeld (writer), Alan Reed, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Janet Scott, Bob Bailey, Frank Bingman (announcer), Paula Winslowe, Howard McNear, Joseph Bell, Fay Baker, Dorothy Scott, Charles Seel, John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] And really, Mrs. Palmer, it was shocking. [Voice 2] Just how do you mean that Emma?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Lionel Barrymore in Return to Glory. Ida Lupino can currently be seen in Deep Valley. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/09/15
Episode Number: 533
Available: YES
Title: Return to Glory
Description: John Quincy Adams returns to Congress as a representative from Massachusetts, after serving as President, and proves to be an American gadfly.
Cast: Lionel Barrymore, Garrett Porter (writer), Jane Morgan, Frank Bingman (announcer), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Mr. Richardson, you suggest that I should run for Congress. An ex-President?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Lionel Barrymore speaks about the Freedom Train that will start its journey on Constitution Day, coming up this week. Next week's show will star Virginia Bruce in The Girl Who Ran for President. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/09/22
Episode Number: 534
Available: YES
Title: The Girl Who Ran for President
Description: The story of Belva Lockwood, who fought for equal rights for women, and even ran for president against Grover Cleveland.
Cast: Virginia Bruce, Alan Reed, Halsted Welles (adaptor), Ruth Adams Knight (adaptor), Laura Kerr (author), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Frank Bingman (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Err, Mrs. Lockwood, we have your application for teacher in the district school. Now, as to your qualifications.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week, when the World Series begins, Cavalcade will star Brian Donlevy in Big Boy. Public Service Announcement for the Freedom Train and the documents it carries. Virginia Bruce may soon be seen in Night has a Thousand Eyes. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: The postal code used for DuPont's address is Wilmington 98, Delaware.

Date Aired: 47/09/29
Episode Number: 535
Available: YES
Title: Big Boy
Description: The biography of Babe Ruth, the Bambino, the Sultan of Swat, as related by a fan who knew him, to a young boy just before a game.
Cast: Brian Donlevy, Alan Reed, Howard McNear, Brice Disque Jr. (author), Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), Frank Bingman (announcer), Milton Herman, Jimmy Ogg, Henry Blair, Fred Howard, Joseph Bell, Sidney Miller, Tommy Bernard, Gale Gordon, Ann Tobin, John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Excuse me mister, is this seat taken? [Voice 2] No, it's not son. [Voice 1] Thanks.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Brian Donlevy does Public Service Announcement for the Babe Ruth Foundation Inc. Next week's show will star Henry Fonda in Of Such is the Kingdom. Brian Donlevy is currently starring in Heaven Only Knows. Promo for the movie The Babe Ruth Story. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/10/06
Episode Number: 536
Available: YES
Title: Of Such Is the Kingdom
Description: The story of how Jim West fought for the creation of a system of juvenile courts and foster homes after a young boy is accused of stealing his car but claims innocence.
Cast: Henry Fonda, Betty Lou Gerson, Theodore R. Nathan (writer), Frank Bingman (announcer), Howard McNear, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), William Roy, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Please mister, let me alone please. [Voice 2] C'mon, c'mon kid, what did you get tossed in the hooscow for?
End of Show: Next week will star Ronald Reagan in The Forge. The week following will be William Powell in The Oath. Public Service Announcement for the National Safety Council. Henry Fonda will soon be seen in The Fugitive. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC.
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Date Aired: 47/10/13
Episode Number: 537
Available: YES
Title: The Forge
Description: The story of Eliphalet Remington; how he made his first gun and went into the firearms business.
Cast: Ronald Reagan, Barbara Fuller, Frank Bingman (announcer), Joseph Cochran (writer), Theodore R. Nathan (writer), Alan Reed, Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Howard McNear, Robert Armbruster (composer, conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Ah, ah, there, that set of spoons is finished. Er, now my boy, what did you say your name was?
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks on behalf of DuPont. Next week's show will star William Powell and June Dupree in The Oath. The program will be broadcast from Buffalo, New York. Public Service Announcement for the National Guard. Ronald Reagan will soon be seen in That Hagen Girl. Broadcast from Hollywood. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/10/20
Episode Number: 538
Available: YES
Title: The Oath
Description: Millard Fillmore assumes the presidency, following the death of Tyler, and faces the problems associated with Clay's Great Compromise.
Cast: William Powell, June Dupree, Erik Barnouw (writer), Max Miller (conductor), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Mr. Fillmore will be down right away gentlemen. [Voices] Thank you Mrs. Fillmore. [Voice 1] But please don't...
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks on behalf of DuPont. Next Monday night, on Navy Day, Cavalcade will present Robert Montgomery in The Admiral Who Had No Name. William Powell can now be seen in Life with Father. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: The program originates from Buffalo, New York.

Date Aired: 47/10/27
Episode Number: 539
Available: YES
Title: The Admiral Who Had No Name
Description: A story about John Paul Jones in 1773, before he became a rebel against the king. How John Paul became John Paul Jones.
Cast: Robert Montgomery, Russell Hughes (writer), Donald Brian (conductor), House Jameson, Bill Hamilton (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), John Zoller (producer, director), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] John, John, open up. [Voice 2] Who is it? [Voice 1] Blake. Hurry John, open the door.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Robert Montgomery does Public Service Announcement on behalf of Naval Recruiting. Next week's show will star Helen Hayes in The Flame. Robert Montgomery is currently starring in Ride the Pink Horse. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: Show is broadcast on Navy Day.

Date Aired: 47/11/03
Episode Number: 540
Available: YES
Title: The Flame
Description: The story of Carrie Chapman Scott, the famous suffragette, who carried on the cause in the tradition of Susan B. Anthony.
Cast: Helen Hayes (narrator), Robert Cenedella (adaptor), Mary Gray Peck (author), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Mary MacArthur (daughter of Helen Hayes), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Well, fine! The men are downstairs, happy with their cigars, and here we await them in the drawing room.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Lee Bowman in The Unnatural Death.
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Date Aired: 47/11/10
Episode Number: 541
Available: YES
Title: The Unnatural Death
Description: Dr. Bailey Ashford finds the cure for the mysterious muerte natural (natural death) epidemic plaguing Puerto Rico following the Spanish-American War.
Cast: Lee Bowman, Donald Brian (conductor), Bernard Dryer (adaptor), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Frank Behrens, James McCallion, John Harper, Bailey Ashford (author), Arden Cornwell (composer), John Zoller (producer, director), Estrela Diaz, George Tiplady, Juano Hernandez, Pami Hernandez, James Goss, Joe DeSantis.
Beginning of Show:
First Line: We're doing our best General. Nobody can stop an epidemic in one day sir.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Lee Bowman talks about the 172nd anniversary of the Marines and promotes Marine recruitment. Next week's show will star Thomas Mitchell and Bill Stern (as himself) in Hurry Up Yost. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/11/17
Episode Number: 542
Available: YES
Title: Hurry Up Yost
Description: The story of the famous coach of the University of Michigan, Fielding Yost, told as only Bill Stern could.
Cast: Thomas Mitchell, Bill Stern, Arthur Arent (writer), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Donald Brian (conductor), Grace Keddy, Cameron Prud'Homme, John Alexander, Lyle Sudrow, George Petrie, Robert Dryden, Elliott Reid, Ted Osborne, John Harper, Lois Volkman, Arden Cornwell (composer), John Zoller (producer, director), Janet Graves (Managing Editor, Screen Guide Magazine).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Ladies and gentlemen, this is Bill Stern speaking to you on this bright October day in the year 1924.
End of Show: Thanks to Thomas Mitchell and Bill Stern. Gayne Whitman speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star George Tobias in Us Pilgrims. Thomas Mitchell is currently starring on Broadway in An Inspector Called. Janet Graves, Managing Editor of Screen Guide magazine, presents an award to the show. Bill Stern can be heard Friday nights on his Sports Newsreel on many of these stations. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/11/24
Episode Number: 543
Available: YES
Title: Us Pilgrims
Description: An amusing and charming look at the Pilgrim Fathers, as seen through the eyes of a modern immigrant.
Cast: George Tobias, Mercedes McCambridge, Ralph Bell, Dan Ocko, Mildred Clinton, Peter Capell, Rolly Bester, Murray Forbes, Louis Sorin, Frank Gabrielson (writer), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Now write a row of Ws please. Don't hold your pen so hard, Mr. Barochek.
End of Show: Gayne Whitman speaks Thanksgiving thoughts on behalf of DuPont. Public Service Announcement for sharing food with the hungry of Europe. Next week's show will star Van Heflin in Towards the Horizon. George Tobias can soon be seen in Adventures of Casanova. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: The script was subsequently used on Nov 22, 1948 and Nov 22, 1949

Date Aired: 47/12/01
Episode Number: 544
Available: YES
Title: Towards the Horizon
Description: The story of John Wesley Powell, civil war veteran, geologist and explorer, who in 1868 was the first to go down the Colorado river and travel through the Grand Canyon.
Cast: Van Heflin, Jean Tatum, Dan Hammerman (writer), Tom Scott (singer), Donald Brian (composer, conductor), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Halsted Welles (adaptor), Lois Wolfman, Everett Sloane, Maurice Franklin, Robert Dryden, Cameron Prud'Homme, Jack Manning, Lois Volkman, Larry Robinson, Brad Barker (as a dog), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Mr. Powell. Mr. Walter Powell. [Voice 2] Why, what's the matter? [Voice 1] Your brother's wife sent me. We're neighbors.
End of Show: Next week's show will star June Lockhart in Diamonds in the Sky. Public Service Announcement for accurate postal shipping using the correct postal zone number. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/12/08
Episode Number: 545
Available: YES
Title: Diamonds in the Sky
Description: A dramatized incident in the life of Maria Mitchell, the famous woman astronomer/scientist from Vassar, who pretends to be a housekeeper in order to persuade the father of a potential student to allow his daughter to attend the college.
Cast: June Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart, Gene Lockhart, Luther Davis (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Ethel Owen, Neal O'Malley, Bill Adams, Gladys Thornton, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Young ladies of Vassar College, this is the very last time I shall stand on this platform and speak to you, as I have done so many times in the past twenty three years.
End of Show: Thanks to Kathleen, Gene and June Lockhart. Next week's story will star Claude Jarman Jr. in The Day They Gave Babies Away. June Lockhart is currently starring in the Broadway show For Love or Money. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/12/15
Episode Number: 546
Available: NO
Title: The Day They Gave Babies Away
Description: A widow dies, leaving six children in need of a home. The oldest tries to follow his mother's wishes.
Cast: Claude Jarman, Arden Cornwell (composer), Dale Eunsen (author), David Anderson, Donald Brian (conductor), Frank Gabrielson (adaptor), Judy Lockser, Lois Volkman, Sarah Fussell, Ted Pearson, Jack Hartley, Cameron Prud'Homme, Eda Heineman, Grant Richards, Natalie Core, Irene Hubbard, Bill Hamilton (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line:
End of Show: The author, Dale Unsen (fiction editor of Cosmopolitan magazine), speaks after the story.
Notes:

Date Aired: 47/12/22
Episode Number: 547
Available: YES
Title: The DuPont Chorus
Description: A program of Christmas Carols by the 129 men and women of the DuPont Chorus. Walter S. Carpenter, President of DuPont offers a Christmas message during the program.
Cast: The DuPont Company Chorus, Bill Hamilton (announcer), J. Margaret Feltz (soprano), J. Clark Gonzales (tenor), Virginia Williams (accompanist), Eleanor Edge (accompanist), Branson Frey (organ), Walter Carpenter Jr. (President of DuPont), Daniel Boyer (director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Christmas Carols. First song Carol of the Bells Second Song When the Crimson Sun has Set.
End of Show: The program originates from Wilmington, Delaware. Bill Hamilton sends Christmas greetings from DuPont. This is the second annual program of carols. Next week Joan Caulfield will star in Powhatan's Daughter. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 47/12/29
Episode Number: 548
Available: YES
Title: Powhatan's Daughter
Description: The story of Pocahontas, who not only saved the life of Captain John Smith, but helped the Virginia colony of Jamestown survive its difficult early years.
Cast: Joan Caulfield, Priscilla Kent (writer), Ian Martin, Lamont Johnson, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Dan Ocko, Ted Osborne, Douglas Parhist, Cathleen Cordell, House Jameson, Edgar Stehli, John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Is there no mercy in your heart, Chief Powhatan? [Voice 2] For white man who seized my land? None.
End of Show: Bill Hamilton speaks for DuPont. Next week's show will star Basil Rathbone and Dorothy Gish in The Justice and the Lady. Joan Caulfield can soon be seen in Sainted Sister. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/01/05
Episode Number: 549
Available: YES
Title: The Justice and the Lady
Description: "A great man must have an urchin at the edge of his triumph to tell him his crown is on crooked!" stated Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. He had his urchin. The name was Mrs. Holmes.
Cast: Basil Rathbone, Dorothy Gish, Cathleen Cordell, Agnes Young, Cameron Andrews, Jack Lloyd, Donald Bain ( animal sounds ), Virginia Radcliffe, (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton ( commercial spokesman ), Ted Pearson w( announcer ), Arden Cornwell (composer ), Donald Brian (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Get along you old reprobate. You know you're not to come in here with the birds.
End of Show: Next week Cavalcade will star Thomas Mitchell in The Conscience of Black Dan'l. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/01/12
Episode Number: 550
Available: YES
Title: The Conscience of Black Dan'l
Description: Daniel Webster was a loyal, trustworthy and prominent member of the Whig party and held high hopes of being their nominee for the office of President in 1840. The Whigs, however, chose a more conservative and less controversial candidate, General Harrison. When Harrison died, it was Webster the party looked to hold them together. Promised that he would be supported in a Presidential bid 1844, Webster followed his conscience, supported compromise legislation in an attempt to avert civil war, and again lost the support of his party.
Cast: Thomas Mitchell, Barbara Weeks, Ted Osborne, Delmar Knudsen, Warren Parker, Rod Henderson, Russell S. Hughes (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Ladies and Gentlemen! Ladies and Gentlemen! Quiet for a moment, if you please!
End of Show: Bill Hamilton speaks on behalf of the DuPont Company. Thanks to Thomas Mitchell who announces he is going on tour. Public Service Announcement for the Citizen Marine Corps. Next week, Cavalcade will star Joel McCrea in Sheriff Teddy. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/01/19
Episode Number: 551
Available: YES
Title: Sheriff Teddy
Description: A drama in the life of Theodore Roosevelt at the age of 25 and set in the Dakota Badlands, where the future President learned to handle cattle, ride western style, rope, and hunt and, finding a lack of law and order, became a deputy sheriff.
Cast: Joel McCrea, Charles Egleston, Charles Penman, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Grace Albert, Halsted Welles (writer), Ted Pearson (announcer), Joe Latham, Jim Boles, Lon Clark, Larry Robinson, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Oyster Bay, March 12, 1885. My dear commissioner, when you spoke to me a month ago, I was unable to reply.
End of Show: Thanks to Joel McCrea. Next week, Cavalcade will present Robert Taylor in The Perfect Union. Helen Hayes will star in two weeks. Joel McCrea will soon be seen in They Pass this Way. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/01/26
Episode Number: 552
Available: YES
Title: The Perfect Union
Description: John Marshall was elected to the House of Delegates, and his views of the proposed Constitution seemed alarming to his wife. Nevertheless, John was firm in his belief that only by a strong unity of the states could true freedom and liberty be guaranteed. On the eve of the Virginia Convention for ratification of the Constitution, John's wife was critically ill.
Cast: Robert Taylor, Patricia Ryan, Ogden Miles, Lyle Sudrow, Rosemary Rice, Virginia Radcliffe (writer), John Zoller (producer, director). Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman) Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Biyan (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: It is dawn, the morning of May 23, 1780. On the playing field of William & Mary College...
End of Show: Thanks to Robert Taylor. Bill Hamilton speaks on behalf of DuPont. Next week, Helen Hayes will star in Good Morning, Miss Tyckman. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/02/02
Episode Number: 553
Available: YES
Title: Good Morning, Miss Tyckman
Description: A well-done story about an aging elementary school teacher who has been passed over for the job of principal.
Cast: Helen Hayes, House Jameson (narrator), Frank Gabrielson (writer), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Sarah Fussell, Gladys Thornton, Lois Volkman, Edwin Jerome, Staats Cotsworth, Ethel Browning, Edwin Bruce, Peter Griffiths, Joseph Bell, John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: "Thou, too, sail on, O Ship of State! Sail on, O UNION, strong and great!"
End of Show: Thanks to Helen Hayes. Bill Hamilton speaks on behalf of DuPont. DuPont invites listener comments mailed to The DuPont Company, Radio Section, Wilmington, DE. Next week, Lincoln's Birthday week, Cavalcade will star Robert Young in Mr. Lincoln Goes to the Play. Public Service Announcement for Quiz Kids next Sunday. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company..
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Date Aired: 48/02/09
Episode Number: 554
Available: YES
Title: Mr. Lincoln Goes to the Play
Description: Fate has the last joke as Abraham Lincoln tries to decide whether or not to go to the theatre.
Cast: Robert Young, Alice Reinheart, Joe DeSantis, Ted Pearson (announcer), Cameron Prud'Homme, Charles Penman, Sidney Slon, Joseph Bell, Ted Osborne, Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman), Russell Hughes (writer), Juano Hernandez, Sydney Smith, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: There is an enormous word of two letters in the English language- IF.
End of Show: Thanks to Robert Young. Bill Hamilton speaks on behalf of DuPont. Next week, Cavalcade will star Paul Muni in The Alerting of Mr. Pomerantz. Mr. Young may be seen in Relentless. Public Service Announcement for Naval Recruiting. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/02/16
Episode Number: 555
Available: YES
Title: The Alerting of Mr. Pomerantz
Description: The amusing story of an exterminator named Charlie Pomerantz, who, in 1946, helped the U. S. Public Health Service solve the Long Island mystery fever epidemic.
Cast: Paul Muni, Paul Peters (adaptor), Mildred Clinton, Robert Dryden, Joseph Bell, Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Nat Polen, Ralph Bell, Charlotte Keane, Berton Rouche (author), Charlie Pomerantz, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Extra! Extra! All about the mystery fever epidemic!
End of Show: Paul Muni introduces the real Charlie Pomerantz, who appears after the story. Next week, Cavalcade will present Paul Lukas in This Way to Tomorrow. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/02/23
Episode Number: 556
Available: YES
Title: This Way to Tomorrow
Description: A story about Michael Pupin, a famous X-Ray scientist, and his first experiences in America.
Cast: Paul Lukas, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Robert Cenedella (writer), Ted Pearson (announcer), William Redfield, Jack Manning, George Petrie, Ted de Corsia, Alan Devitt, Elizabeth Watts, Grace Albert, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Oh! Oh! Oh Help! Help! [Voice 2] Tom, what is it? [Voice 1] My Hand! My hand got caught in the machine.
End of Show: Thanks to Paul Lukas. Next week Cavalcade will star Cornel Wilde in The Black Duster. Paul Lukas may soon be seen in Berlin Express. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/03/01
Episode Number: 557
Available: YES
Title: The Black Duster
Description: A college educated farm boy in the Great Plains Dust Bowl organizes the fight against the dust storms of the Depression to revitalize the land.
Cast: Cornel Wilde, Virginia Radcliffe (writer), Rosemary Rice, Irene Hubbard, Cameron Prud'Homme, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), James Goss, George Petrie, Charles Egleston, Lyle Sudrow, Cameron Andrews, John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: The dust bowl and the dry wind. The parched and powdery dry plateaus.
End of Show: Bill Hamilton speaks about the tobacco industry on behalf of DuPont. Next week's show will star Dorothy McGuire in No Greater Love. Cornell Wilde may soon be seen in Walls of Jericho. Public Service Announcement for the Red Cross. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/03/08
Episode Number: 558
Available: YES
Title: No Greater Love
Description: The story of Clara Maass, a nurse in the U. S. Army, who volunteered to fight Yellow Fever in Cuba, and died as a result of allowing herself to be bitten by a mosquito in an experiment.
Cast: Dorothy McGuire, Virginia Radcliffe (writer), Lyle Sudrow, Edwin Jerome, Joseph Bell, Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Judy Parrish, Ray Johnson, Raymond Edward Johnson, John Raby, John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Stop shaking, Bertha. [Voice 2] Oh, you're just as scared as I am.
End of Show: Thanks to Dorothy McGuire. Bill Hamilton speaks about cellophane on behalf of DuPont. Next week, Cavalcade will present Paging Miss Ellen, starring Geraldine Fitzgerald. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/03/15
Episode Number: 559
Available: YES
Title: Paging Miss Ellen
Description: The story of Ellen Swallow Richards, the first women to be admitted to MIT, study science, earn a degree in Chemistry, and who became MIT's first female instructor.
Cast: Geraldine Fitzgerald, Clayton Collyer, Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Virginia Radcliffe (writer), Priscilla Kent (writer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Jerry Hausner, Alan Hewitt, Margaret Draper, Ted Osborne, Cameron Andrews, John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Sir! You there! What are you about? Why, it's Professor Richards.
End of Show: Bill Hamilton speaks about nylon. Geraldine Fitzgerald does a Public Service Announcement for the American Heart Association. Next week's Cavalcade will star Basil Rathbone and Thomas Mitchell in The President and the Doctor. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/03/22
Episode Number: 560
Available: YES
Title: The President and the Doctor
Description: The fascinating story of Dr. Samuel Bard, George Washington's physician during his little known but very serious illness while residing in New York City in 1789.
Cast: Basil Rathbone, Thomas Mitchell, Welborn Kelly (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Anne Seymour, Joseph Bell, Ted Osborne, Earl George, Richard Keith, John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] "Mr. Madison! Mr. Madison!" [Voice 2] "Oh, Colonel Hamilton. I just had an urgent message from #3 Cherry St."
End of Show: Thanks to Basil Rathbone and Thomas Mitchell. Next week's show will star Joan Caulfield and Ralph Bellamy in Roses in the Rain. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/03/29
Episode Number: 561
Available: YES
Title: Roses in the Rain
Description: The story of the romance of President Grover Cleveland and Frances Folsom, their marriage in the Blue Room, and their subsequent married life in the White House.
Cast: Joan Caulfield, Ralph Bellamy, Virginia Radcliffe (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Bill Hamilton (DuPont Rep), Ted Pearson (announcer), Agnes Young, Edwin Jerome, George Petrie, Robert Dryden, Jerry Hausner, Ethel Owen, Gladys Thornton, Burton Mallory, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Someone walking and whistling] [Female voice] Young man! [Male voice] Say, you oughtn't sneak up on a person surreptitious like that lady.
End of Show: Thanks to Joan Caulfield and Ralph Bellamy. Bill Hamilton speaks for DuPont. Promo for next week, Woman of Steel, which will star Helen Hayes. Promo for Joan Caulfield's latest movie, Tainted Sister. Promo for Army and Air Force military recruiting levels of 1,000 per day. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/04/05
Episode Number: 562
Available: YES
Title: Woman of Steel
Description: The story of how Rebecca Lukens became the first woman to run an iron mill when she inherited the Brandywine Iron Works at her husband's death, her fight to keep the plant working and how her vision of the future for production of beautiful boiler plates came true.
Cast: Helen Hayes, Philip Lewis (adaptor), Lucy Kennedy (author), Cameron Prud'Homme, Everett Sloane, Ted de Corsia, Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Male voice] Help me. Help me Rebecca, I must get up. I must work. [Female voice] No, no Charles, I still ...thee is very ill....
End of Show: Thanks to Helen Hayes and the Cavalcade players. Bill Hamilton speaks for DuPont. Public Service Announcement for the American Cancer Society. Promo for next week, The Man Who Took the Freedom Train, which will star Eddie Albert and Shirley Booth. Broadcast from New York. NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/04/12
Episode Number: 563
Available: YES
Title: The Man Who Took the Freedom Train
Description: A well-done fantasy set aboard The Freedom Train that toured the country after WW2 and provided folks an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of American citizenship. at a time when the nation was finding a new and central role in world affairs..
Cast: Shirley Booth, Eddie Albert, Frank Gabrielson (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [female voice at PBX] The Print Specialty Company. I'll connect you. The Print Specialty Company. No I'm sorry, she's out of town. You're welcome.
End of Show: Thanks to Shirley Booth, Eddie Albert and the Cavalcade players. Bill Hamilton speaks on behalf of DuPont. Promo for next week's show, Winner Takes Life, which will be broadcast from Rutgers University and which will star Paul Lukas, Ann Rutherford and Jackie Cooper. Promo for Eddie Albert's new movie, The Dude Goes West. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/04/19
Episode Number: 564
Available: YES
Title: Winner Takes Life
Description: The story of the development of the new wonder drug Streptomycin by Dr. Selman Waksman.
Cast: Paul Lukas, Ann Rutherford, Jackie Cooper, Bernard Dryer (writer), Brevard Victor (writer), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Joseph Bell, Betty Alexander, House Jameson, Lyle Sudrow, Neal O'Malley, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [male voice] Each of us is mortal, vulnerable. And who amongst us has not felt the sword stroke of illness stab through him to the bone.
End of Show: Thanks to Paul Lukas, Ann Rutherford, Jackie Cooper and the Cavalcade cast. Bill Hamilton speaks on behalf of DuPont. Next week's show, Lee of Virginia, will star Leo G. Carroll. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: The program originates from the campus of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, as a tribute to the facility that hosted the Dr. Waksman's research.

Date Aired: 48/04/26
Episode Number: 565
Available: YES
Title: Lee of Virginia
Description: The story of General Robert E. Lee after the end of the Civil War, his resistance to further fighting, his devotion to education and his setting of high ideals at Washington College at Lexington, Virginia.
Cast: Leo G. Carroll, Virginia Radcliffe (writer), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Len Sterling (ballad singer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [male singing] There is a hillside green and fair. The boys they lay a wait'n there.
End of Show: Next week's show will star Robert Mitchum in Thunder on the Hudson. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/05/03
Episode Number: 566
Available: YES
Title: Thunder on the Hudson
Description: A dramatization of the life of Washington Irving, who wrote of the Hudson Valley at a time when no one had made writing a career in America.
Cast: Robert Mitchum, Julie Haydon, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Russell Hughes (writer), Ted Pearson (announcer), Virginia Radcliffe (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: As he was about to descend, he heard a voice from a distance (unintelligible), Rip Van Winkle, Rip Van Winkle.
End of Show: Our thanks to Robert Mitchum, Julie Haydon, and the Cavalcade Players. Bill Hamilton speaks for the DuPont Company. Next week's show will star Melvyn Douglas in Village Doctor. Robert Mitchum can soon be seen in Rachael and the Stranger. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: Sound is wobbly and fades up and down.

Date Aired: 48/05/10
Episode Number: 567
Available: YES
Title: Village Doctor
Description: The story of Dr. Arthur Chester Sudan, who gave up a career in research to become a general practitioner in rural Colorado, where he was desperately needed.
Cast: Melvyn Douglas, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Russell Hughes (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] Dan! Oh Dan! Hey Dr. Sudan! [Voice 2] Hmmn, what? [Voice 1] Don't you know your nickname anymore?
End of Show: Our thanks to Melvyn Douglas and the Cavalcade Players. Bill Hamilton speaks for DuPont. Public Service Announcement for US Security Bonds and 'I am an American' Day next Sunday. Next week's show will star Irene Dunne in Queen of Heartbreak Trail. Melvyn Douglas can now be seen in Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/05/17
Episode Number: 568
Available: YES
Title: Queen of Heartbreak Trail
Description: The story of Harriet Pullen, a widow who settled in Skagway, Alaska in 1897 and went into business for herself and her children and eventually building a highly successful hotel.
Cast: Irene Dunne, Paul Peters (adaptor), Arthur Arent (adaptor), Barrett Willoughby (author), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Robert Dryden, Ted de Corsia, Earl George, Ed Begley, Don Douglas, Milton Herman, Edwin Bruce, John Zoller (producer, director), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I took the boat up from Seattle. We're jam packed with prospectors, hard, cruel men mostly.
End of Show: Our thanks to Irene Dunne and the Cavalcade Players. Bill Hamilton talks about petroleum. Next week, Cavalcade will present The Enlightened Professor, starring Franchot Tone. Irene Dunne can now be seen in I Remember Mama. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/05/24
Episode Number: 569
Available: YES
Title: The Enlightened Professor
Description: The story of Benjamin Silliman, in 1801, who was appointed the first Professor of Chemistry at Yale University. He would later become instrumental in the development of science education.
Cast: Franchot Tone, Gale Gordon, John Fulton (author), Elizabeth Thomson (author), Bernard Dryer (adaptor), Robert Anderson (adaptor), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: President Dwight, surely you must agree that the introduction of so, so worldly a subject as Chemistry...
End of Show: Our thanks to Franchot Tone and the Cavalcade Players. Next week, Cavalcade will present MacDonald Carey and Louis Calhern in Who Walk Alone. Franchot Tone may be seen starring in Jigsaw. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/05/31
Episode Number: 570
Available: YES
Title: Who Walk Alone
Description: The story of the fight against leprosy in the years following the Spanish-American War, involving Ned Langford, himself a leprosy victim, and General Leonard Wood.
Cast: Louis Calhern, MacDonald Carey, Perry Burgess (author), Milton Wayne (adaptor), Virginia Radcliffe (adaptor), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice 1] This darn window seems to be stuck. [Voice 2] Oh, my great big strong hero.
End of Show: Our thanks to Louis Calhern, MacDonald Carey and the Cavalcade Players. The President of the Leonard Wood Memorial speaks about the 5th International Leprosy Conference. Next week's Cavalcade stars Ray Milland in The Last Frontier. Louis Calhern can be seen in the Broadway play, The Play's the Thing. MacDonald Carey is now appearing in Dream Girl. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/06/07
Episode Number: 571
Available: YES
Title: The Last Frontier
Description: An excellent biography of Frederick Remington, famous painter of the old west.
Cast: Ray Milland, Shirley Mitchell, Robert Dryden, Juano Hernandez, Cameron Prud'Homme, Ralph Nelson, Harold McCracken (author), Arthur Arent (adaptor), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [first voice] Hey stranger, what's the trouble? [second voice] Indians, Comanches...
End of Show: Our thanks to Ray Milland and the Cavalcade Players. Next week, William Powell will star in Chautauqua Fable. Ray Milland will soon be seen in So Evil My Love. DuPont acknowledges joint award of an Oscar for film processing. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/06/14
Episode Number: 572
Available: YES
Title: Chautauqua Fable
Description: The adventures of a family during a visit to the Chautauqua entertainment and culture tent at Belleville, New York, in 1910 to hear William Jennings Bryan, one of the most popular speakers of the time.
Cast: William Powell, Donald Hastings, Frank Gabrielson (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Agnes Young, Rosemary Rice, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: When I was eleven years old, back in the year 1910, I always hoped I'd grow up to be like Mr. Sprague.
End of Show: Our thanks to William Powell and the Cavalcade Players. Next week, Cavalcade will present Lucille Ball in Skylark Song. William Powell appeared courtesy of MGM. Broadcast from New York.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/06/21
Episode Number: 573
Available: YES
Title: Skylark Song
Description: The story of soprano Grace Moore, who went from singing in a church choir in Jellico, TN to fame singing with the Metropolitan Opera.
Cast: Lucille Ball, Marjorie Brett (vocalist), Marjorie Hammill (vocalist), Virginia Radcliffe (adaptor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Grace Moore (author), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Good morning, good morning. Good morning Mrs. Moore, so glad to see you.
End of Show: Next week's show will star Basil Rathbone in The Common Glory. Lucille Ball will soon be seen in Sorrowful Jones. Public Service Announcement for safe driving. Broadcast from New York.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/06/28
Episode Number: 574
Available: YES
Title: The Common Glory
Description: The story is based on the drama that is presented each year at the Williamsburg Festival. It's the story of the pivotal role played by Thomas Jefferson at the start of the Revolution.
Cast: Basil Rathbone, Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Margaret Draper, Cathleen Cordell, Horace Braham, Delmar Neutzman, Jo Boland, House Jameson, Donald Brian (conductor), Arden Cornwell (composer), Erik Barnouw (adaptor), Gale Gordon, John Raby, Paul Green (author), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: There's a wind on this hillside. A soft wind blowing through the Virginia evening.
End of Show: Our thanks to Basil Rathbone and the Cavalcade Players. Next week Cavalcade will present Rosemary De Camp in The Exiled Heart. Basil Rathbone may currently be seen in the Broadway play, The Heiress. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/07/05
Episode Number: 575
Available: YES
Title: The Exiled Heart
Description: Louisa May Alcott, the author of Little Women, finds the one romance of her life, with a Polish musician she meets while in Europe.
Cast: Rosemary De Camp, Elliott Reid, Alice Reinheart, Ted Pearson (announcer), Virginia Radcliffe (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Our home was in Concord, Massachusetts in the great days of Emerson, Hawthorne and Longfellow.
End of Show: Our thanks to Rosemary De Camp and the Cavalcade Players. Next week's show will star John Lund in Break the News. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/07/12
Episode Number: 576
Available: YES
Title: Break the News
Description: The history of the Associated Press, told on its one hundredth anniversary.
Cast: John Lund, Parker Fennelly, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arthur Arent (writer), Craig McDonnell, Robert Dryden, Howard Smith, Don Douglas, James McCallion, John Seymour, Ted de Corsia, Cameron Prud'Homme, John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Mr. Riggs] Mr. Bennett, Mr. Bennett! [Mr. Bennett] Yes Mr. Riggs. [Mr. Riggs] We've done it. The figures just came up from the circulation department.
End of Show:
Notes: Last show of the season. No start of show. Partial broadcast which cuts off at 22:45.

Date Aired: 48/09/13
Episode Number: 577
Available: YES
Title: Gettysburg
Description: This story of the most famous battle of the Civil War is told through the eyes of ordinary people.
Cast: Dick Powell, Donald Hastings, Horace Braham, Danny Harris, Delmar Neutzman, Dennis King, Bryna Raeburn, James McCallion, Les Damon, Joan Lorring, Stefan Schnabel, Earl Miers (author), Richard Brown (author), Halsted Welles (adaptor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show: Ted Pearson and a new musical interlude welcomes the audience to the opening of the 14th season.
First Line: This is the story of what happened during a day of great crisis in American history. The battle of Gettysburg
End of Show: Our thanks to Dick Powell and the Cavalcade Players. Dick Powell is currently starring in Pitfall. Next week Laraine Day will star in The Proud Way. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/09/20
Episode Number: 578
Available: YES
Title: The Proud Way
Description: The story of Varina Howell, who fell in love with Jefferson Davis, married the future president of the Confederate States and became one of the great ladies of the South.
Cast: Laraine Day, Virginia Radcliffe (adaptor), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (director), Ted Pearson (announcer), Ginger Jones, Don Douglas, House Jameson, Howard Smith, Lyle Sudrow, Maurice Ellis, Brad Barker (animal noises), Shirley Seifert (author), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I was only seventeen and, as we used to say, green, young and spoiled rotten.
End of Show: Laraine Day may soon be seen in House of Cards. Next week stars Robert Montgomery and Anita Louise in Incident at Niagara, and will be broadcast from Niagara Falls, New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/09/27
Episode Number: 579
Available: YES
Title: Incident at Niagara
Description: A dramatization of the interesting incident that occurred at Navy Island, near Niagara Falls, in 1837, when the U. S. and Canada almost went to war.
Cast: Robert Montgomery, Anita Louise, Bill Hamilton (announcer), Virginia Radcliffe (writer), Peter Ruric (writer), John Zoller (director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: It all happened over a hundred years ago, when the shores of the Niagara River, the boundary between the United States and Canada, were sprinkled with frontier towns and forts.
End of Show: Next week's show will return to New York and will star John Dall and Robert Trout in Action at Santiago. Robert Montgomery may currently be seen in The Saxon Charm. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: The program originates from La Salle High School, Niagara Falls, New York.

Date Aired: 48/10/04
Episode Number: 580
Available: YES
Title: Action at Santiago
Description: The exciting and well-dramatized story of Lieutenant Hobson, who undertook a certain-death mission of sinking an unarmed collier, the Merrimac, under the noses of the Spanish guns, in an attempt to bottle up Admiral Cervera and the Spanish fleet at Santiago, Cuba during the Spanish American War.
Cast: John Dall, Robert Trout (narrator), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arthur Arent (writer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: It was just half a century ago, in 1898 that a great fear raged up and down the Atlantic coast.
End of Show: Next week's show will be broadcast from Chattanooga, TN and will star Fay Bainter and Walter Pidgeon in Home to the Heritage. John Dall can currently be seen in Rope, a Transatlantic picture. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Date Aired: 48/10/11
Episode Number: 581
Available: YES
Title: Home to the Heritage
Description: The story of the hard road to the White House taken by Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel.
Cast: Fay Bainter, Walter Pidgeon, Ted Pearson (announcer), Virginia Radcliffe (adaptor), Peter Ruric (adaptor), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Alfred Crabb (author).
Beginning of Show: The program originates from The Municipal Auditorium, Chattanooga, Tennessee with an audience of over 5,000.
First Line: The spring of 1825. A lonely stretch of road in eastern Tennessee. A coach 'n four jogs its steady way through the dense forest.
End of Show: Our thanks to Fay Bainter and Walter Pidgeon for appearing with us in Chattanooga tonight. Next week, broadcast from New York, Cavalcade will star Burt Lancaster in The Darkest Hour. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/10/18
Episode Number: 582
Available: YES
Title: The Darkest Hour
Description: The story of Jack Jouett, who foiled a British plot to capture Thomas Jefferson.
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Dumas Malone (author), Russell Hughes (adaptor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [hoof beats] [first voice] Halt! Who goes there? [second voice] Lt. Branbury on mission to Lord Cornwallis.
End of Show: Next week's show will star Irene Dunne in Bryant's Station. Burt Lancaster can soon be seen in Kiss the Blood off My Hands. Public Service Announcement for the United Nations. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/10/25
Episode Number: 583
Available: YES
Title: Bryant's Station
Description: Mrs. Prudence Potter and the frontier folk battle Simon Gurdy and the Wyandotte Indians in the Kentucky wilderness of young America in 1782.
Cast: Irene Dunne, Frank Gabrielson (adaptor), John Zoller (director), Ted Pearson, Grace Humphrey (author), Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Charles Webster, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [narrator] The Kentucky wilderness of Daniel Boone, 1782. The dark and bloody ground.
End of Show: Next week Linda Darnell and John Hodiak will star in The Blue Cockade. Public Service Announcement for Community Chest. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/11/01
Episode Number: 584
Available: YES
Title: The Blue Cockade
Description: The story of the revolt of the troops of Mad Anthony Wayne, The Mutiny of the Pennsylvania Line and Tempe Wicke, the girl who helped the men to achieve justice.
Cast: Linda Darnell, John Hodiak, Elliott Reid, Katharine Raht, Donald Buka, Robert Cenedella (adaptor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arthur Vinton, James Goss, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [crowd noise] [narrator] 1781, winter. Four miles west of Morristown, New Jersey, at the encampment of General Anthony Wayne's Pennsylvania Line troops.
End of Show: Next week, Paul Muni will star in Garden Key. Broadcast from New York. Linda Darnell appeared courtesy of 20th Century Fox and John Hodiak appeared courtesy of MGM.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/11/08
Episode Number: 585
Available: YES
Title: Garden Key
Description: The story of Dr. Samuel Mudd, convicted of aiding John Wilkes Booth after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, his trial and jailing, and how he eventually won a pardon during a Yellow Fever epidemic.
Cast: Paul Muni, Ted Pearson (narrator), Arthur Arent (writer), John Zoller (producer, director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Arnold Moss, Larry Robinson, Ted Osborne, Agnes Young, William Zuckert, Ralph Bell, Les Damon, Alan Hewitt, Richard Sanders.
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I'm innocent! I didn't know the man whose broken leg I set was a murderer.
End of Show: Next week, Juano Hernandez will star as Booker T. Washington in The Burning Bush. Two weeks from tonight, Cavalcade will repeat its special Thanksgiving program, Us Pilgrims, with George Tobias and the original cast. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: AKA: Show announced as 'Garden Key'. Filename incorrect - needs 'The' taken out.

Date Aired: 48/11/15
Episode Number: 586
Available: YES
Title: The Burning Bush
Description: A biography of Booker T. Washington and the founding of the Tuskegee Institute.
Cast: Juano Hernandez, John Zoller (producer, director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Booker T. Washington (author), Frank Gabrielson (adaptor), Herbert Coleman, Amanda Randolph, William Greaves, Viola Dean (double), Richard Gordon, Alonzo Dean, Bertha Powell, Albert Harris, Agnes Young, Pauline Myers.
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I was born a slave, and I believe my childhood was like that of most slaves.
End of Show: Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: LQ

Date Aired: 48/11/22
Episode Number: 587
Available: NO
Title: Us Pilgrims
Description: An amusing and charming look at the Pilgrim Fathers, as seen through the eyes of a modern immigrant.
Cast: George Tobias, Mercedes McCambridge, Ralph Bell, Dan Ocko, Mildred Clinton, Peter Capell, Rolly Bester, Murray Forbes, Louis Sorin, Frank Gabrielson (writer), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Gayne Whitman (commercial spokesman), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Now write a row of Ws please. Don't hold your pen so hard, Mr. Barochek.
End of Show:
Notes: Same episode as 543 from November 24, 1947. Brought back by popular demand.

Date Aired: 48/11/29
Episode Number: 588
Available: YES
Title: Betrayal
Description: The love story of Peggy Shippen and Benedict Arnold, and how they betrayed their country.
Cast: Dorothy McGuire, Halsted Welles (writer), Alan Hewitt, John Zoller (producer, director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [background harp and singing] [Voice 1] Peggy, you haven't answered my question. [Voice 2] Major Andre, haven't you strayed from your question?
End of Show: Dorothy McGuire does Public Service Announcement for Christmas Seals. Next week, Pat O'Brien will star in Oliver Wendell Holmes MacLanahan. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes: AKA: Show is announced as 'Betrayal,' script title is 'The Betrayal.'

Date Aired: 48/12/06
Episode Number: 589
Available: YES
Title: Oliver Wendell Holmes MacLanahan
Description: How Oliver Wendell Holmes discovered the cause of child bed fever, and 'Dennis' MacLanahan received his name.
Cast: Pat O'Brien, Grace Keddy, Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Frank Gabrielson (writer), John Zoller (producer, director).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: My name is Oliver Wendell Holmes MacLanahan, and I'm going to tell you how I got such a name...
End of Show: Pat O'Brien will soon be seen in the production The Boy with Green Hair. Next week's show will star Cornelia Otis Skinner and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in Family Circle. Ladies and gentlemen, America needs adequate schools and well trained teachers. You can help achieve them by taking an active interest in educational conditions in your community. Don't delay. The sooner we solve this problem, the better it will be for the future of our country. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/12/13
Episode Number: 590
Available: YES
Title: Family Circle
Description: The story of one of America's great theatrical families, the Otis Skinners, as told through Cornelia Otis Skinner and her best selling book, Family Circle.
Cast: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Cornelia Otis Skinner (narrator, author), Virginia Radcliffe (adaptor), Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Patricia Ryan, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: What do you think of when you hear the word star? Famous actor, matinee idol...
End of Show: Mr. Fairbanks may soon be seen in his own production of The O'Flynn. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/12/20
Episode Number: 591
Available: NO
Title: The DuPont Chorus
Description:
Cast:
Beginning of Show:
First Line:
End of Show:
Notes:

Date Aired: 48/12/27
Episode Number: 592
Available: YES
Title: The Indigo Girl
Description: The story of how Eliza Lucas brought the indigo industry to South Carolina, and agreed to marry in the process.
Cast: Gene Tierney, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Paul Peters (writer), Robert Dryden, Staats Cotsworth, Ted Pearson (announcer), Virginia Radcliffe (writer).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [narrator] 1744, the docks of Charleston South Carolina. A ship comes into port from the West Indies.
End of Show: Next week, at Cavalcade time, we'll present another popular and talented star of the screen, John Lund, in a heart-warming and beautiful story of a boy, a girl, the land and Johnny Appleseed. In weeks to come you'll hear Rex Harrison, John Payne and Madeleine Carroll in future Cavalcade stories. Broadcast from New York. Gene Tierney appeared through the courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/01/03
Episode Number: 593
Available: YES
Title: The Gift of Johnny Appleseed
Description: Jonathan Chapman encourages Linc Barron and his wife-to-be to follow his example and head west.
Cast: John Lund, Elaine Rost, Russell Hughes (adaptor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Walter Havighurst (author).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [singing] [narrator] That's Linc Barron now, tall and clean as a sapling. A man in buckskin who has tramped the meadows...
End of Show: John Lund may currently be seen in Miss Patchlock's Millions Next week, Cavalcade will present an original radio play, Experiment at Monticello, starring the distinguished motion picture and stage star, Rex Harrison, of the current Broadway success "Anne of the Thousand Days." . Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/01/10
Episode Number: 594
Available: YES
Title: Experiment at Monticello
Description: How President Jefferson proved the value of smallpox vaccination by using the vaccine on his family, his servants, and his slaves.
Cast: Rex Harrison, John Zoller (producer, director), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Ted Pearson (announcer), Joan Lorring, Cathleen Cordell, Edwin Jerome, Elliott Reid, Anna Maude Morath, Mae Questel, Michael Garrin, John Harper, Arthur Arent (writer), Bert Cowlan, Dorothy Storm.
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [narrator] The White House, 1801.Iin his study in the executive mansion, Thomas Jefferson, newly elected 3rd President of the United States...
End of Show: Rex Harrison is currently starring on Broadway in Anne of a Thousand Days. Next week on Cavalcade, we will bring a suspenseful and exciting radio play, Secret Operation, presenting one of Hollywood's most popular stars, Mr. John Payne. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/01/17
Episode Number: 595
Available: YES
Title: Secret Operation
Description: The drama covers the mysterious operation performed by a team of doctors, including Dr. John Erdmann, on President Grover Cleveland, four months into his second term. It also covers how this successful procedure to treat his cancer was covered up and thus prevented a panic.
Cast: John Payne, Donald Brian (conductor), House Jameson, James Goss, Dr. John Erdmann, John Zoller (director), Les Damon, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Ted Pearson, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: It was a bad year and a bad month. June, 1893.
End of Show: John Payne introduces the real 85-year-old Dr. Erdmann, who appears on the program after the drama. John Payne may soon be seen in The Crooked Way. Next week, Cavalcade will present the lovely star of stage and screen, Madeleine Carroll, who is currently appearing in the Broadway success "Goodbye Me Fancy." Miss Carroll will be heard in a thrilling and romantic Cavalcade play, The Queen's Handmaid. Ladies and gentlemen, millions of our fellow human beings are suffering from malnutrition. CARE guarantees delivery of a relief package to twelve European countries. Get in touch with CARE and help its needed work. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/01/24
Episode Number: 596
Available: YES
Title: The Queen's Handmaid
Description: As part of a plan to rescue Marie Antoinette from the guillotine, her former maid who is living in Pennsylvania, must impersonate the Queen.
Cast: Madeleine Carroll, Leonard Sherer, Walter Black, Gilbert Gabriel (author), Charles Webster, Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Guy Sorel, John Zoller (producer, director), Stefan Schnabel, Ted Pearson (announcer), Virginia Radcliffe (adaptor), Horace Braham.
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [crowd noise] [narrator] It is a time of terror in France, this year of 1793.
End of Show: Ladies and gentlemen, join the fight against infantile paralysis. As you know, the March of Dimes, through scientific research, is pledged to find a cure for this dread disease. Your help is needed. Send your dimes and dollars to your local March of Dimes headquarters as soon as you can. Thank You. Next week, Cavalcade will bring you a little known and delightful story of Benjamin Franklin and his inventive genius, this time in the field of love. In our play, One Last Romance, we'll present two eminent stars of the screen, the distinguished American actor Walter Hampden and the provocative comedienne Una O'Connor. Be sure to join us. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/01/31
Episode Number: 597
Available: YES
Title: One Last Romance
Description: Benjamin Franklin aids the romance of artist Benjamin West and his lover, imprisoned by an evil brother.
Cast: Walter Hampden, Una O'Connor, Halsted Welles (adaptor), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), Joan Lorring, John Zoller (producer, director), Staats Cotsworth, Ted Pearson (announcer), Craig McDonnell, Michael Alexander, James Thomas (author), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman), Ann Barley (writer).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [narrator] It is night in colonial Philadelphia. The finest house on one of the finest streets.
End of Show: Bill Hamilton speaks for DuPont. Next week, as the nation celebrates Lincoln's birthday, Cavalcade will present an absorbing and affectionate drama of young Abe as a store keeper in Illinois. Our star will be the popular and talented favorite of the screen, Zackary Scott, Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/02/07
Episode Number: 598
Available: YES
Title: The Store That Winked Out
Description: Abe Lincoln tries his hand at running a general store, and fails miserably.
Cast: Zachary Scott, Ann Rutledge, Lyle Sudrow, Arden Cornwell (composer), Arthur Arent (adaptor), Donald Brian (conductor), Jimmy Atkins (singing transitions), John Zoller (producer, director), Zarel Spears (author), Robert Barton (author), Virginia Radcliffe (composer), Ted Pearson (announcer), Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: [Voice one] Abe, wake up! [Abe] What is it? [Voice one] I think I saw an "injun". [Abe] Where?
End of Show: Bill Hamilton speaks for DuPont. Zachary Scott introduces Ann Rutledge (great grand-niece of Lincoln's wife) who actually played the part of Ann Rutledge. Next Monday, Valentine's Day, we will bring you a Valentine's story. In a New England setting, it tells of Nathaniel Hawthorne's romance with the girl who became his bride, Sophia Peabody, in A Valentine for Sophia. Our star will be the popular actor of the screen, Glenn Ford. This is Boy Scout week and Cavalcade salutes this great organization, dedicated to building future citizens of our country. Zachary Scott is currently appearing in Warner's production of Flamingo Road. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/02/14
Episode Number: 599
Available: YES
Title: A Valentine for Sophia
Description: The love story of Nathaniel Hawthorne and Sophia Peabody.
Cast: Glenn Ford, Muriel Kirkland, Randall Stewart (author), Patricia Ryan, Bill Hamilton (commercial spokesman), Virginia Radcliffe (adaptor), Alice Reinheart, Ted Pearson (announcer), Arden Cornwell (composer), John Zoller (producer, director), Donald Brian (conductor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: I have written many stories during my lifetime. But to me, the most important is the one I never wrote. The story of my own romance.
End of Show: Bill Hamilton speaks for DuPont. Next week, the eve of Washington's Birthday Cavalcade will present The Unheroic Hero starting Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Glenn Ford is currently starring in Undercover Man. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
Notes:

Date Aired: 49/02/21
Episode Number: 600
Available: YES
Title: The Unheroic Hero
Description: The story of Captain Robert Stobo, who fought alongside General Washington during the French and Indian Wars, and spent years in a French prison.
Cast: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Lamont Johnson, Ted Pearson (announcer), John Zoller (producer, director), Douglas Freeman (author), Arden Cornwell (composer), Donald Brian (conductor), John Zoller (producer, director), Ian Martin, Dan Ocko, House Jameson, Robert Dryden, Murray Forbes, Harold Dryanforth, Guy Sorel, Halsted Welles (adaptor).
Beginning of Show:
First Line: Montreal, the fortress, 1756. It is November now in Canada.
End of Show: Next Monday Cavalcade will present an original radio play, Pink Lace, a colorful adventure of romance, excitement and a beautiful actress who would aspire during the Civil War. Our star will be the captivating screen personality, Janet Blair. This is Ted Pearson reminding you that the American Heart Association is conducting a nationwide campaign to raise funds. This money will be used by local associations to maintain and expand their efforts to eliminate America's number one killer, heart disease. Your help is urgently needed. Douglas Fairbanks will soon be seen in The Fighting O'Flynn. Broadcast from New York. This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Company.
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Cavalcade of America: Introduction

Cavalcade of America: Episodes Listed by Date
Cavalcade of America: Episodes Listed by Title

Cavalcade of America: Episodes 001 - 100 (October 9, 1935 - September 15, 1937)
Cavalcade of America: Episodes 101 - 200 (September 22, 1937 - November 13, 1940)
Cavalcade of America: Episodes 201 - 300 (November 20, 1940 - October 12, 1942)
Cavalcade of America: Episodes 301 - 400 (October 19, 1942 - September 11, 1944)
Cavalcade of America: Episodes 401 - 500 (September 18, 1944 - December 2, 1946)
Cavalcade of America: Episodes 501 - 600 (December 9, 1946 - February 21, 1949) (current page)
Cavalcade of America: Episodes 601 - 700 (February 28, 1949 - May 15, 1951)
Cavalcade of America: Episodes 701 - 781 (May 22, 1951 - March 31, 1953)

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Cavalcade of America: All Episodes Together

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