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November 24, 2010, at 08:10 PM by dbayg - Unspammed
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First Line : When a man who never sought office has been elected to the Presidency not once but twice and yet has been subjected to some of the most notorious vilification in history, he finds himself looking for signposts indications by which he may gauge his own approach to the situation in which he finds himself. [http://mysite123.com cars]
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First Line : When a man who never sought office has been elected to the Presidency not once but twice and yet has been subjected to some of the most notorious vilification in history, he finds himself looking for signposts indications by which he may gauge his own approach to the situation in which he finds himself.
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Changed lines 1978-1980 from:
First Line : When a man who never sought office has been elected to the Presidency not once but twice and yet has been subjected to some of the most notorious vilification in history, he finds himself looking for signposts indications by which he may gauge his own approach to the situation in which he finds himself.
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First Line : When a man who never sought office has been elected to the Presidency not once but twice and yet has been subjected to some of the most notorious vilification in history, he finds himself looking for signposts indications by which he may gauge his own approach to the situation in which he finds himself. [http://mysite123.com cars]
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters", IMDB dated to 1947. There are very subtle differences in this and the Audition. There is also an annoucement that says it was transcribed from its earlier network release.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters". The Hucksters opened on July 17, 1947. There are very subtle differences in this and the Audition. There is also an annoucement that says it was transcribed from its earlier network release.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters". The Hucksters opened on July 17, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters". The Hucksters opened on July 17, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters". The Hucksters opened on July 17, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "CYNTHIA" with Elizabeth Taylor, IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes: MGM Ad for Cynthia which opened on July 10, 1947.
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%BLUE%Date Aired : 47/07/31
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%Red%Date Aired : 47/07/31
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Notes : Ad for "A Date With Judy", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "A Date With Judy", IMDB dated to 1947. A Date with Judy opened on August 5, 1948
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Notes : Ad for "CYNTHIA" with Elizabeth Taylor, IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : MGM Ad for Cynthia which opened on July 10, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Romance Of Rosie Ridge", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Romance Of Rosie Ridge". The Romance of Rosy Ridge opened on August 7, 1949
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Notes : Ad for "The Romance Of Rosie Ridge", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Romance Of Rosie Ridge". The Romance of Rosy Ridge opened on August 7, 1949.
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Notes : Ad for "The Romance Of Rosie Ridge", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "The Romance Of Rosie Ridge". The Romance of Rosy Ridge opened on August 7, 1949.
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Notes : Ad for "Unfinished Dance", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Unfinished Dance". Unfinished Dance opened on September 25, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Song Of Love", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Song Of Love". Song of Love opened on October 9, 1947
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Notes : Ad for "Song Of Love", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Song Of Love". Song of Love opened on October 9, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Green Dolphin Street" which won the 1948 academy award although it was released in 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Green Dolphin Street". Green Dolphin Street opened on October 15, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Green Dolphin Street" which won the 1948 academy award although it was released in 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Green Dolphin Street". Ad for "Green Dolphin Street". Green Dolphin Street opened on October 15, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane". Cass Timberlane opened on November 06, 1947.
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Notes : Close Missing, No Ad.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane. Cass Timberlane opened on November 06, 1947.
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Notes :Ad for "Cass Timberlane", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes :Ad for "Cass Timberlane". Cass Timberlane opened on November 06, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane". Cass Timberlane opened on November 06, 1947.
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Notes :Show moves to Sundays, 2:30 p.m. till 3:00 p.m.. Ad for "Cass Timberlane", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes :Show moves to Sundays, 2:30 p.m. till 3:00 p.m.. Ad for "Cass Timberlane. Cass Timberlane opened on November 06, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane". Cass Timberlane opened on November 06, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane", IMDB dated to 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Cass Timberlane". Cass Timberlane opened on November 06, 1947.
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Notes : Show moves from 11:00 to 11:30. Ad for "High Wall", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Show moves from 11:00 to 11:30. Ad for "High Wall". High Wall opened on December 25, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "High Wall", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "High Wall". High Wall opened on December 25, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "High Wall", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "High Wall". High Wall opened on December 25, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "High Wall", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "High Wall". High Wall opened on December 25, 1947.
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Notes : Ad for "Three Daring Daughters", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Three Daring Daughters". Three Daring Daughters opened on February 12, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Three Daring Daughters", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Three Daring Daughters". Three Daring Daughters opened on February 12, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "State Of the Union", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "State Of the Union". State of the Union opened April 22, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "State Of the Union", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "State Of the Union". State of the Union opened April 22, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "State Of the Union", IMDB places in 1948 and actors' listings suggest early in or in the middle of the year. There are only two listings for Polk in Haendiges.
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Notes : Ad for "State Of the Union". State of the Union opened April 22, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable, IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable. Homecoming opened on April 29, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable, IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable. Homecoming opened on April 29, 1948.
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Notes :Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable, IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes :Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable. Homecoming opened on April 29, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Easter Parade" with Clark Gable, IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Easter Parade" with Clark Gable. Easter Parade opened on June 30, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable, IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable. Homecoming opened on April 29, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable, IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Homecoming" with Clark Gable. Homecoming opened on April 29, 1948.
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Notes : Arnold says; "Many of you know that today is the first anniversary of "Mr. President". This is President Truman's favorite episode. Ad for "Easter Parade" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Arnold says; "Many of you know that today is the first anniversary of "Mr. President". This is President Truman's favorite episode. Ad for "Easter Parade". Easter Parade opened on June 30, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "A Date With Judy" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "A Date With Judy". A Date with Judy opened on August 5, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers" IMDB dated to 1948. (date problematic, cf Wodrow Wilson, 480208)
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers" IMDB dated to 1948. (date problematic, cf Woodrow Wilson, 480208). The Three Musketeers opened October 20, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves". Julia Misbehaves opened on October 7, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves". Julia Misbehaves opened on October 7, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves". Julia Misbehaves opened on October 7, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves". Julia Misbehaves opened on October 7, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves". Julia Misbehaves opened on October 7, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves" IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Julia Misbehaves". Julia Misbehaves opened on October 7, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers", IMDB filmographies invariably show this as middle to late 1948. Ad mentions an election year more likely to be mentioned in October.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers". The Three Musketeers opened October 20, 1948. Ad mentions an election year more likely to be mentioned in October.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers", IMDB dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers". The Three Musketeers opened October 20, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers", IMDB-dated to 1948. Ad for new "ABC's Carnegie
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers". The Three Musketeers opened October 20, 1948. Ad for new "ABC's Carnegie
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers" imdb-dated to 1948
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers". The Three Musketeers opened October 20, 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers", IMDB dated to 1948. Arnold refers to "the next Mr. President calling a cabinet meeting to defend a woman's honor". This is Andrew Jackson and the Peggy Eaton scandal. Haendiges states this is the first episode under a new format.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers". The Three Musketeers opened October 20, 1948. Arnold refers to "the next Mr. President calling a cabinet meeting to defend a woman's honor". This is Andrew Jackson and the Peggy Eaton scandal. Haendiges states this is the first episode under a new format.
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers", IMDB-dated to 1948. (Repeated script. cf. #99 John Eaton played by Jeff Chandler, #76 John Eaton played by Paul Frees)
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Notes : Ad for "The Three Musketeers". The Three Musketeers opened October 20, 1948. (Repeated script. cf. #99 John Eaton played by Jeff Chandler, #76 John Eaton played by Paul Frees)
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Decision" IMDB-dated to 1948.
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Decision". Command Decision opened on December 25, 1948 on the West Coast. January 19,
1949 on the East Coast
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Notes : Ad for "Command Decision" IMDB-dated to 1948.
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Notes : Ad for "Command Decision". Command Decision opened on December 25, 1948 on the West Coast. January 19,
1949 on the East Coast
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Notes : New Format. As received. (ad for Command Decision) (Same Script as #105, different reading. In 83 newsboy yells "Extra, Extra", in 105 "Extree, Extree"
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Notes : New Format. As received. (ad for Command Decision) Command Decision opened on December 25, 1948 on the West Coast. January 19,1949 on the East Coast.(Same Script as #105, different reading. In 83 newsboy yells "Extra, Extra", in 105 "Extree, Extree"
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Command Decision")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Command Decision". Command Decision opened on December 25, 1948 on the West Coast. January 19,1949 on the East Coast.
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Little Women")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Little Women". Little Women opened on March 10, 1949.
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Little Women")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Little Women". Little Women opened on March 10, 1949.
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Notes : New format, as received. (Ad for "Take Me Out To the Ballgame")
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Notes : New format, as received. Ad for "Take Me Out To the Ballgame". Take Me Out to the Ball Game opened on March 9, 1949.
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Take Me Out To the Ballgame") (Repeated script. cf. #99 John Eaton played by Jeff Chandler, #76 John Eaton played by Paul Frees)
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Take Me Out To the Ballgame". Take Me Out to the Ball Game opened on March 9, 1949. (Repeated script. cf. #99 John Eaton played by Jeff Chandler, #76 John Eaton played by Paul Frees)
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Notes : New Format. As received. (ad for "Edward, My Son") (Same Script as #83, different reading. In 83 newsboy yells
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Notes : New Format. As received. Ad for "Edward, My Son". Edward, My Son opened on June 2, 1949. (Same Script as #83, different reading. In 83 newsboy yells
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Any Number Can Play")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Any Number Can Play". Any Number Can Play opened on June 30, 1949.
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Any Number Can Play"
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Any Number Can Play". Any Number Can Play opened on June 30, 1949.
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Madam Bovary")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Madam Bovary". Madame Bovary opened August 25, 1949
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "That Midnight Kiss")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "That Midnight Kiss". That Midnight Kiss opened on September 22, 1949
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "The Red Danube")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "The Red Danube". The Red Danube opened on November 1, 1949 in Washington and on December 8,1949 in New York.
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "The Red Danube")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "The Red Danube". The Red Danube opened on November 1, 1949 in Washington and on December 8,1949 in New York.
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Notes :Date verified by photo of Transcription disc at Radio Archives. Ad for "That Forsyth Woman")
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Notes :Date verified by photo of Transcription disc at Radio Archives. Ad for "That Forsyth Woman". That Forsyte Woman opened on November 10, 1949.
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Battle Ground")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Battle Ground". Battle Ground opened on November 11, 1949.
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Notes : New Format, as received. (Ad for "Battle Ground")
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Notes : New Format, as received. Ad for "Battle Ground". Battle Ground opened on November 11, 1949.
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Notes : Pre-airdated. Ad For "On The Town", IMDB-dated at 1949.
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Notes : Pre-airdated. Ad For "On The Town". On the Town opened on December 8, 1949.
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Notes : New format. As received. Squares with Haendiges'log. Ad for upcoming soon "The Yellow Cab Man",IMDB dated to early 1950. Poll of listeners for their favorite President and their four favorite episodes of Mr. President.
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Notes : New format. As received. Squares with Haendiges'log. Ad for upcoming soon "The Yellow Cab Man". The Yellow Cab Man opened on March 25, 1950. Poll of listeners for their favorite President and their four favorite episodes of Mr. President.
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Notes : Dated as received. Ad for "Dear Wife".
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Notes : Dated as received. Ad for "Dear Wife". Dear Wife opened on February 1, 1950.
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Notes : New format. Dated As Received Ad for "Dear Wife", IMDB-dated to late 1949.
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Notes : New format. Dated As Received Ad for "Dear Wife". Dear Wife opened on February 1, 1950.
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Notes : New format. As received. Ad for "Dear Wife", IMDB-dated to late 1949.
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Notes : New format. As received. Ad for "Dear Wife". Dear Wife opened on February 1, 1950.
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Notes : New format. As received. Ad for "Dear Wife", IMDB-dated to late 1949.
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Notes : New format. As received. Ad for "Dear Wife". Dear Wife opened on February 1, 1950.
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Notes : New format. As Received. Ad for "The Yellow Cab Man", IMDB-dated to 1950.
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Notes : New format. As Received. Ad for "The Yellow Cab Man". Dear Wife opened on February 1, 1950.
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Notes : New format. As Received. Ad for "The Yellow Cab Man", IMDB-dated to 1950.
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Notes : New format. As Received. Ad for "The Yellow Cab Man". Dear Wife opened on February 1, 1950.
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Notes : New format. As Received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun".
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Notes : New format. As Received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun". Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 17, 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun". Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 17, 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun". Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 17, 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun". Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 17, 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun". Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 17, 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun". Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 17, 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
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Notes : New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun". Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 17, 1950.
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Description : Mr. President's succession to the Presidency upon the assassination of his predecessor turns him from a politician to a statesman.
Notes : Received as 491023 which is not known to exist. Two episodes away at 491009 there exists an episode which IS known to exist and is supposed to be about Chester A. Arthur.(ad
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Notes :Date verified by photo of Transcription disc at Radio Archives. Ad for "That Forsyth Woman")
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First Line : It was Saturday noon in the White House. The President had been busy all morning with important documents and interviews. His wife had also been busy with her customary Saturday morning reception.
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Description :Head of the War department, a dear friend of the president, takes the blame of his wife for corruption in the department.
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First Line : The President-Elect was alone in his hotel room talking to General (fade).
-->%BLUE%'''General:''' Sir, I want you to know that we have taken every possible precaution for your innauguration.\\
'''MP:''' General,I feel very sad that precautions are necessary. I don't like the feeling that I am being escorted into the office with armed men on all sides of me.
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Notes : Dated as received. Ad for "Dear Wife".
First Line : We have received hundreds and hundreds of letters from listener friends of Mr. President all over the country suggesting their favorite President and their entry for the four greatest stories of Mr. President... So now for today's story. The days were dark, pain-shadowed, full of heart-ache, the President was tired with a weariness of spirit and body and mind that was all-consuming...
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Description :Mr. President has his hands full with the coal strike while he tries to keep one move ahead of his unwanted body guards. Of course trying to outsmart these body guards puts him in danger from one disgruntled coal worker.
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'''Captain :''' Yes Sir but where are McGraff and Cooper? \\
'''MP :''' Well I want to relieve your mind Captain, They are \\
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'''Captain :''' Yes Sir, but where are McGraff and Cooper? \\
'''MP :''' Well I want to relieve your mind Captain, They are the most pleasant body guards you've ever assigned to me.
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First Line : It started the evening I came back to the Whitehouse after taking a long, brisk walk.
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Notes : Ad for "The Hucksters", IMDB dated to 1947. There are very subtle differences in this and the Audition. There is also an annoucement that says it was transcribed from its earlier network release.
First Line : It started the evening I came back to the White House after taking a long, brisk walk.
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'''MP :''' Well, don't I look alright? \\
'''Captain :''' Yes Sir, only where are McGraff and Cooper? \\
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'''MP:''' Well, don't I look alright? \\
'''Captain:''' Yes Sir, only where are McGraff and Cooper? \\
'''MP:''' Why Captain they're fine young fellows. They are the most pleasant body guards you've ever assigned to me.
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First Line :It began one early afternoon when I returned to the White House from a drive. I met my secretary, Miss Sara, in the corridor.
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I'm ashamed to say I like speeding, Miss Sara. It's exciting.
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First Line : Gather close and listen for once more it is the anniversary of his birth, the one thousand, nine hundred and forty-ninth anniversary of the life dedicated to peace on earth good will to men.
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First Line : It was just before Christmas when the new First Lady and I came to the White House afer a brief, a too brief honeymoon. I had every wish to pick her up and carry her across the threshhold but there, there was the household staff in the traditional line with Mrs. Sloane, the housekeeper, at the head.
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First Line : When I moved into the White House, war wasn't completely strange to me but I soon found out that sometimes even war can be overshadowed by problems arising from strange quirks of human behavior.
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First Line : He woke early. He awoke to a unaccustomed,wonderful feeling of great happiness and for a moment he lay there wondering why and then the warm reassuring knowledge started pulsing through him again. The long war was over. He got up.
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First Line : He sat by her bedside. His anxious eyes never leaving her face. He knew, oh yes he knew.
-->%BLUE%'''FL:'''Darling, I am so proud of you, so very proud, Mr. President.\\
'''MP:'''Oh, Rachel, Rachel.\\
'''FL:'''(Inaudible word) it's better this way. I'd never fit in in the White House, my dear. It's a long way from the Hermitage to the White House, they're right about that.\\
'''MP:''' Who's they?\\
'''Fl:'''They say I'd attend your innauguration smoking a corncob pipe.
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First Line : He walked about his wife's room restless, unhappy, angry, and in torment.
FL: My dear, it isn't going to help any to keep charging up and down like a caged lion.
MP: They had no right to pass the Tenure of Office Act. It's unconstitutional, the idea of daring to pass an act that a President (Inaudible) the Senate.
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First Line : One afternoon I had a visitor, a hard-headed man from Pennsylvania who wasn't afraid to speak his mind even though my wife was sitting with me.
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First Line : One of his closest friends said to him;
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'''MP:'''Well I don't often give a party but when I do, I like to give a good one.
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First Line : The President was newly elected and he and his family were on their way to Washington for his innauguration. It was a perilous time with the threat of war in the headlines.
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First Line : Very first line, by Arnold: Ladies and Gentlemen, this is Edward Arnold. Today we are changing from our regular Mr. President program for one week only to bring you a great American classic which seems particularly appropriate to the 4th of July Week, a special dramatization of Edward Everett Hale's immortal story, "The Man Without A Country".
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Description : British Sponsored Seminole raids into Georgia are the impetus for the Monroe Doctrine while the outfitting of the White House is the ammunition in partisan politics.
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First Line : Remember the old saying "he that is without sin among you, let him
cast the first stone"? Well that saying occurred to me many times while I was President although there were some that thought I had a pretty quick temper.
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First Line : New States have been added to the union and new territories acquired, but as the incoming president it seemed to me our national expansion had gone far enough for the time being.
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First Line : It hardly needs repeating but Robert Burns' familiar line "the plans of mice and men gang oft aglea" applies to Presidents and Vice Presidents just as well as plain everyday people.
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First Line : When a man who never sought office has been elected to the Presidency not once but twice and yet has been subjected to some of the most notorious vilification in history, he finds himself looking for signposts indications by which he may gauge his own approach to the situation in which he finds himself.
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: Mr. President is forced to remove an over-efficient secretary.
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: New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
First Line : The President was new in office and there was a lot to do.
-->%BLUE%'''First Lady:'''Some more coffee, Mr. President?\\
'''MP:'''No, no thank you my dear, I could use another slice of ham though.
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Title/Plot/Host: Null And Void
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Title/Plot/Host: Null And Void (Andrew Jackson)
Description
: Mr. President must deal with both the Nullification movement and a fickle son.
Notes
: New Format, dated as received. Ad for "Annie Get Your Gun", IMDB dated to 1950.
First Line : It was a busy day in Washington and everyone wanted to see the President.
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Description : Mr. President must deal with the Arizona-Texas boundary dispute while maintaining the slave/free ratio of states.
Notes : Badly cropped, no introduction so that the first line below is the first line of the entire clip. The new format places it late in the show's run. No MGM ad.
First Line : It was a January day in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in a rose-covered cottage
the newly-elected President and his wife were getting ready to leave for their new
residence in Washington.
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Description : Mr. President is asked for camels by the War Dept. and must settle a dispute over fishing rights with Canada.
Notes : Dated as received. Squares with Haendiges' log.
First Line : It was late evening in Washington. All day long Cabinet Officers had been bringing reports to the White House, reports which the President needed in preparing his annual review to Congress.
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Description : Mr. President must deal with "The Gold Panic" and "Black Friday".
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First Line : After what had been the most severe military upheaval in our history, the
nation looked forward to an era of peace and plenty. The man in office had just been swept in
on a wave of military popularity.
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Description : This episode has the same general topic and much of the script as in #72,physical conditioning for the Military.
Notes : New Format. As received
First Line : In all my experience both as a soldier and as President I became convinced
of two things which I think are of grave importance.
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Description : Mr. President must deal with the twin problems of blackmail over his son's drinking problems and separate problem of the threat of impeachment.
Notes : Dated as received. No MGM ad.
First Line : The worst military and economic upheaval in our history had at long last spent its fury. Our country had come face to face with tragedy of the severest order and the end was not yet.

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