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Fred Allen Texaco Star Theater

Date Aired : 40/10/02
Episode Number : 1
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Grab It Or Leave It
Guest: Christina Carroll, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
First Line : [Intro chopped] Fred Allen: "-that lovable old buffoon, everybody's favorite, Fred Allen, in person."
Notes: First of the Texaco Star Theater broadcasts sponsored by the Texas Company. The shows remain 60 minutes in length. Allen auditions a new announcer, new bandleader and new singer.
Note: Incomplete file runs 43:16. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/10/09
Episode Number : 2
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Sea Buzzard
Guest: Jerry Siegel, Superman writer
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "We present the only actor to ever hitch a wagon to himself to make himself a star. That Mickey Rooney of yesterday, Fred Allen, in person."
Note: Incomplete file runs 41:20. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/10/16
Episode Number : 3
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Death Takes A Boniface
Guest: Ernest Henry Peabody, president of the League for Less Noise.
First Line: [Intro chopped] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Fred Allen, in person." Allen: "Thank you and good evening, ladies and gentlemen. And thank you, Jimmy, for that flattering introduction. You know, it certainly is a novelty to have an announcer speak well of the comedian."
Note: Incomplete file runs 42:59. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/10/30
Episode Number : 4
Available : NO

Date Aired : 40/11/06
Episode Number : 5
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Story Of Bramson Snide
Guest: Carla Thompson, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
First Line: [Intro chopped] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "His name wasn't on any ballot. You didn't have to go to the polls and vote for him yesterday. But he's in again regardless. He's Fred Allen, in person."
Note: Incomplete file runs 44:24. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/11/13
Episode Number : 6
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Mountain Justice
Guest: Douglas Lee, Douglas Lee Sign Company
First Line: [Intro chopped] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "What he does? Uh, I don't know. Who he is? Uh, well, that slipped my mind, too. Anyway, here he is, uh, uh, who it is, in person."
Note: Incomplete file runs 45:47. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/11/20
Episode Number : 7
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Eagle Is Back
Guest: Captain Charles Knight, authority on eagles and his golden eagle, Mr. Ramshaw
First Line: [Intro chopped] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "And now ladies and gentlemen, we present a man. Eyes: blue Hair: brown. Weight: one-seventy-nine. Height: Five feet, eleven inches. Complexion: ruddy. Identifying mark: one bag under each eye. Name: Allen, comma, Fred, in person."
Note: Incomplete file runs 41:52. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/11/27
Episode Number : 8
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Great Department Store Dilemma
Guest: Ruth Hopkins, teacher with the Arthur Murray School of Dance
First Line: [Intro chopped] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, the next voice you will hear will be that of Fred Allen, in person." Allen: "Thank you, and good evening -- say Jimmy, what was that digest introduction there? What about my build up?"
Note: Incomplete file runs 45:29. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/12/04
Episode Number : 9
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Death Comes To The Mystery Story Writer
Guest: Adelaide Bishop, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
First Line: [Intro chopped] Sam: "-in person!" Allen: "I figured as long as I'm down I'll pull up my stockings. But, uh, thank you and good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Say, just a minute, stranger." Sam: "Who me?"
Note: Incomplete file runs 41:23. The musical numbers have been removed. Files ends prematurely just after Allen has introduced Milton Cross of the Metropolitan Opera Company.

Date Aired : 40/12/11
Episode Number : 10
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Dentist's Plight
Guest: Roy Heckler, owner of the flea circus at Hubert's Museum on 42nd Street
First Line: [intro chopped] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "When giving presents in advance it is customary to attach a little label reading 'Do Not Open Until Christmas.' Tonight we give you a prize package. We pasted a label over his mouth. If he opens it before Christmas, he's Fred Allen, in person."
Note: Incomplete file runs 42:51. The musical numbers have been removed.

Date Aired : 40/12/18
Episode Number : 11
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Santa Claus Sits Down
Guest: Stewart Kanin, the violinist who Fred credits with having started the Allen/Benny feud
First Line: [intro chopped] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, this is Jimmy Wallington speaking. I am also available for after dinner talks. My voice has great flexibility. It can do comedy, drama, or just simple straight lines like, 'Here he is, Fred Allen, in person.'"
Note: Incomplete file runs 46:07. The musical numbers have been removed including part of Kanin's performance of "The Flight of the Bumble Bee."

Date Aired : 40/12/25
Episode Number : 12
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Otto Hottendorf
Guest: Otto Hottendorf, baloney stuffer at the Amour & Co. Plant in Jersey City
First Line: [intro chopped]: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "-at home resting at the end of this joyous Christmas Day. Think of us here in this dank and squalid radio studio. Slaving away with no surcease from our labors. No holiday." Allen: "Jimmy." Wallington: "While the national celebrates, we toil." Allen: "Mr. Wallington." Wallington: "If you ask who is responsible-" Allen: "Jimmy." Wallington: "-for our horrible plight this Christmas night." Allen: "Mr. Wallington." Wallington: "Here he is, Fred Allen, in person."
Note: Incomplete file runs 43:33. The musical number have been removed.

Date Aired : 41/01/01
Episode Number : 13
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur of the Month
Guest: Anthony Polimeni, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
First Line: [Song: "There'll Be Some Changes Made"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, 1941 may come and 1940 may go, but we bring you a man who just goes on and on and on and on...."

Date Aired : 41/01/08
Episode Number : 14
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: All Is Not Gold That Glitters
Guest: Patrick Brennan, smoke stack watcher
First Line: [Song: "Keep An Eye On Your Heart"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington and other members of the ensemble: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, we bring you that merchant of merriment, that lovable buffoon, that one and only Fred Allen, in person!"

Date Aired : 41/01/15
Episode Number : 15
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Specialist's Quandary
Guest: Nelson Elliscue, owner of the Canine Country Club
First Line : [Song: "The Wise Old Owl"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, we bring you that master magician who with a few magic waves of his tongue changes an ordinary Wednesday evening into a night of mirth and merriment."

Date Aired : 41/01/22
Episode Number : 16
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: They Almost Junked the Junket
Guest: James Gallagher, president of the Sandhogs union
First Line : [Song: "So You're The One"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "And now, ladies, gents, in person, Fred Allen." Allen: "Thank you. Thank you and good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Now look Jimmy, before we start, what was that, in person, Fred Allen, introduction?"

Date Aired : 41/01/29
Episode Number : 17
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: A Stay-At-Home Cruise
Guest: Norman Gray, Schick electric shaver tester
First Line: [Song: "Number 10 Lullaby Lane"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, we bring you that Wednesday night merrymaker-" Allen: "Look, come one, come on, make it fast, Jimmy."
Note: At show's end Allen encourages the audience to celebrate the president's birthday by giving to the March of Dimes to fight infantile paralysis.

Date Aired : 41/02/05
Episode Number : 18
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Mountain Justice
Guest: June Brady, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
First Line : [Song: "Manhattan"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, presenting that happy hooligan, that jovial jibester, that unique you-know, Fred Allen in person."

Date Aired : 41/02/12
Episode Number : 19
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Truth or Subsequences
Guest: Penobscot Chief Needahbeh, lecturer, guide, and master of ceremonies for The Sportsmen's Show.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, if I say to you, Wednesday, February 12th, it means Lincoln's birthday."
Note: At show's end Jimmy Wallington announces that the Texas Company joins the nationwide salute to Boy Scout Week.

Date Aired : 41/02/19
Episode Number : 20
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Milk
Guest: "Lindy" Lindemann, Restauranteur
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, you never can be sure of your in-laws. You never can be sure of the weather."

Date Aired : 41/02/26
Episode Number : 21
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Western Union
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, I don't feel so good tonight. I'm going over there and lie down."

Date Aired : 41/03/05
Episode Number : 22
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Little Red Riding Hood
Guest: Franklin P. Adams of Information Please
First Line: [Song: "Keep An Eye On Your Heart"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, March may come in like a lion and March may go out like a lamb."

Date Aired : 41/03/12
Episode Number : 23
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Philanda Blank - My Story
First Line: [Song: "Number 10 Lullaby Lane"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, well, well, here it is Wednesday again. And here it is 9:00 o'clock again."

Date Aired : 41/03/19
Episode Number : 24
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Nicotine Alley
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, tomorrow is the first day of spring. The day when Mother Nature auditions her buds and flowers."

Date Aired : 41/03/26
Episode Number : 25
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Wedlock Society
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, now that the weather is warmer, you folks will soon be getting outdoors to exercise and build yourselves up."

Date Aired : 41/04/02
Episode Number : 26
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: One Long Pan Takes a Chance
First Line: [Song: "Number 10 Lullaby Lane"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, once again it is my pleasure-" Allen: "Hurry up, Jimmy." Wallington: "-to introduce that happy harlequin...."

Date Aired : 41/04/09
Episode Number : 27
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Shortcut to a Nervous Breakdown
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "At this time of the year, ladies and gentlemen, the sun shines, the birds sing, the flowers bloom, the sap is running from the trees."
Note: At show's end Jimmy Wallington announces that April has been proclaimed cancer control month by President Roosevelt.

Date Aired : 41/04/16
Episode Number : 28
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Sleep
Guest: Richard Kroener, Gargantua's trainer.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, Friday marks the 166th anniversary of the historic ride of Paul Revere."

Date Aired : 41/04/23
Episode Number : 29
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Radio - The Great American Pastime
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, brevity may be the soul of wit, but tonight we bring you the heel of wit, and here he is, Fred Allen, in person."

Date Aired : 41/04/30
Episode Number : 30
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Baritone's Plight
First Line: [Song: "The Wise Old Owl"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, the magazines are full of fabulous success stories. Men who have come up the easy way. Tonight we bring you a man who has come up the hard way."

Date Aired : 41/05/07
Episode Number : 31
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Jack Benny's 10th Anniversary
Guest: Amos & Andy and Mayor Talcott from Waukegan, IL
First Line : [Song: "Number 10 Lullaby Lane"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, tonight we present something heretofore unheard of in radio. One comedian is devoting his entire sixty minutes to a monster tribute to celebrate the 10th anniversary of another comedian."
Note: At show's end, Larry Elliott reads a message from the U.S. Government encouraging the public to purchase Defense Savings Bonds and Stamps.

Date Aired : 41/05/14
Episode Number : 32
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Rhyme Doesn't Pay
Guest: Arch Crosley of the Crosley Research Reports
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, the Belmont Park Racetrack opened this week. I don't know who looks good tomorrow for straight, place or show, but tonight I give you a man who comes straight to the microphone, takes his place and starts the show. Fred Allen, in person."

Date Aired : 41/05/21
Episode Number : 33
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: What's Wrong with Radio
Guest: George "Doc" Rockwell, vaudevillian
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: And now, ladies and gentlemen, I bring you that popular author, that man about the book-of-the-month club, that new bum that burst on the literary horizon, Fred Allen, in person."

Date Aired : 41/05/28
Episode Number : 34
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Great Studio Economy Wave
Guest: Dr. Elias Bodenweiser, horse dentist
First Line: [Song: "Manhattan"] Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, if there is a joke told on this program, you know who tells it. This program, if it is a program, is a one man show. If it is a show. And here is the one man. If he is a man. Fred Allen, in person."
Note: At show's end, Allen announces that this is National Fire Defense Week. Larry Elliott reads a letter from Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia to the Fire Chiefs of America.

Date Aired : 41/06/04
Episode Number : 35
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: One Long Pan, Ghost to Ghost Network
Guest: Leo Durocher, manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Good evening to y'all folks. Tonight I'm proud as all git out to present a little ol' boy from down yonder who's here to spread some little ol' high jinks. And here he all is, little ol' Fred Allen, in person."
Note: At show's end, Larry Elliott reads a message from the U.S. Government encouraging the public to purchase Defense Savings Bonds and Stamps.

Date Aired : 41/06/11
Episode Number : 36
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Saga of the Great American Drugstore
Guest: Monty Proser, press agent and nightclub owner
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Well, folks, summer is practically here and most people are laying around the beaches enjoying themselves. I'd be out at some beach enjoying myself, too, if I didn't have to hang around and say, 'Here he is, Fred Allen, in person.'"
Note: After the first commercial break and Goodman's orchestra plays "Intermezzo," Fred reads an announcement from the U.S. Flag Association in honor of Flag Week.

Date Aired : 41/06/18
Episode Number : 37
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: No Blood and No Sand
Guest: Thomas E. Dewey, district attorney of New York City
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, if you've been looking for relief from the warm weather, we now present that comic cyclone." Allen: "Yes?" Wallington: "That breezy buffoon." Allen: "Here, here." Wallington: "That zephyr zany." Allen: "Yeah-" "In other words, that bag 'o wind." Allen: "Oh, now wait a minute-" Wallington: "Fred Allen, in person."
Note: Thomas E. Dewey speaks in support of the USO. He asks the public to send contributions to either their local committee or to the national office.

Date Aired : 41/06/25
Episode Number : 38
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Hour of Good Intentions
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, I feel sorry for you sweltering around your radios on a hot night like this. There's only one way I can help you cool off. And so I give you that big frost, Fred Allen, in person."
Note: The Oklahoma A&M Cowboy Quartet, scheduled to audition on Major Bowes' program, performs instead on Allen's show (due to Major Bowes being ill). At show's end, Harold N. Graves, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, announces that the Texas Company has donated time through the summer for a fundraising program created by the U.S. Treasury Department that will feature artists from stage, screen and radio. Allen thanks everyone as this is their season ender and asks the audience to tune in to "Millions for Defense."

Date Aired : 41/10/01
Episode Number : 39
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/10/08
Episode Number : 40
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/10/15
Episode Number : 41
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/10/22
Episode Number : 42
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/10/29
Episode Number : 43
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/11/05
Episode Number : 44
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/11/12
Episode Number : 45
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Havoc in the Auto Factory
Guest: Anna May Wong, film and stage actress
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, tonight the horse show closes in Madison Square Garden. Tomorrow, New York will be a one horse town. And here is the one nag who will still be here. He's Fred Allen, in person."
Note: Alonzo Squires, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at the University at North Carolina, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.
Note: Both the East Coast and West Coast transcription discs skip throughout. The East Coast broadcast is especially bad. Kenny Baker's first song is missing from that broadcast.

Date Aired : 41/11/19
Episode Number : 46
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Death Comes to Barnegie Hall
Guest: Mark Hellinger, film producer, author and columnist
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day and most people are looking forward to a big dinner with a roast bird. We bring you now a man who doesn't have to wait for Thanksgiving to get the bird. He's Fred Allen, in person."
Note: Becky Wells Roberts, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by her classmates at the University of Kentucky, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week. At show's end, Larry Elliott reads a request for volunteers from the American Red Cross.

Date Aired : 41/11/26
Episode Number : 47
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Mob Breakers
First Line :

Date Aired : 41/12/03
Episode Number : 48
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: How Clean Is My Valley
First Line :

Date Aired : 41/12/10
Episode Number : 49
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Death Valley Takes a Day Off
Guests: Louella Parsons, gossip columnist
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, for four days last week (garbled) was in a fog. We bring you now a man who was been in a fog for forty years."
Notes: Jack Wilson, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at the University of Oklahoma, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week. There is a special announcement at the beginning of the program by the Texas (Texaco Star) Company explaining that The Fred Allen Show will go on as usual (after the attack on Pearl Harbor). At the end of the program there is news from John Daly in the CBS newsroom.

Date Aired : 41/12/17
Episode Number : 50
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/12/24
Episode Number : 51
Available : NO

Date Aired : 41/12/31
Episode Number : 52
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/01/07
Episode Number : 53
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/01/14
Episode Number : 54
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/01/21
Episode Number : 55
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/01/28
Episode Number : 56
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/02/04
Episode Number : 57
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/02/11
Episode Number : 58
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Duffy's Tavern

Date Aired : 42/02/18
Episode Number : 59
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/02/25
Episode Number : 60
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Death at King Tut's Tomb
First Line :
Guest: Jack Haley, actor and a song-and-dance vaudevillian
First Line:
Note: Tom McIniry, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at the University of Alabama, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.

According to the Chicago Daily Tribune's "Listeners' Choice" column on Wednesday, February 25, 1942, the show's guests were scheduled to be Jack Haley and Tom McIniry from the University of Alabama. According to the Washington Post, in their column "The Post Radio Highlights," this was the last time to hear Fred Allen on Wednesday night. On Sunday, March 8, the show would take the slot vacated by the Sunday Evening Hour. Lisa Fittinghoff

Date Aired : 42/03/08
Episode Number : 61
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Life of Fred Allen
Guests: Maurice Evans, film and stage actor, most notably in Shakespeare
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, this week New York City installed an air raid siren that can be heard from one end of the city to the other."
Note: John J. McDonald, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at the College of the Holy Cross, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.

Date Aired : 42/03/15
Episode Number : 62
Available : NO
Guests: Tyrone Power, film and stage actor
First Line:
Note: David Bowman, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at Colgate University (announced on previous show), is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.

Date Aired : 42/03/22
Episode Number : 63
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Sherlock Holmes Parody
Guests: Reginald Gardiner, film and stage actor
First Line :
Note: Robert Lloyd, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at Johns Hopkins University (according to the Listeners' Choice radio listings, Chicago Daily Tribune), is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.

Date Aired : 42/03/29
Episode Number : 64
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Quiz Kids
First Line :

Date Aired : 42/04/05
Episode Number : 65
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Forum for the Forlorn
First Line :

Date Aired : 42/04/12
Episode Number : 66
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Excerpt
First Line :

Date Aired : 42/04/19
Episode Number : 67
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Falstaff Openshaw
First Line :

Date Aired : 42/04/26
Episode Number : 68
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Fred Interviews College Student
First Line :

Date Aired : 42/05/03
Episode Number : 69
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Great Side Show Mystery
Guests: Oscar Levant, pianist, author, comedian, and panelist on Information Please
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, in motion pictures the length of all kisses is restricted. In radio there is no such restriction."
Note: Geraldine Ellison, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by her classmates at the Tuskegee Institute, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.

Date Aired : 42/05/10
Episode Number : 70
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Courtin' Of Nasty And Narrow
Guests: Marlene Dietrich, film and stage actress
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, in this week's issue of Look Magazine there's an article about this program."
Note: Donald Regan, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at Fordham University, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.

Date Aired : 42/05/17
Episode Number : 71
Available : NO

Date Aired : 42/05/24
Episode Number : 72
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Vaudeville
Guests: Jack Haley and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Josh Wheeler from Louisiana State University.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, in clothing stores today men can't get cuffs on their trousers or lapels on their coats."

Date Aired : 42/05/31
Episode Number : 73
Available : NO
Guest: Maestro Ben Bernie and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Fayrene Smith from Southern Methodist University (announced on previous show).

Date Aired : 42/06/07
Episode Number : 74
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: A Star Is Born aka English Radio Spoof
Guests: Jean Arthur and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Claude Carmen from St. Louis University.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, the July issue of True Detective Magazine contains Fred Allen's favorite crime thriller."

Date Aired : 42/06/14
Episode Number : 75
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Life Of Luther Boomer
Guests: Maurice Evans, Shakespearean actor, and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Mary Eleanor Mulholland from West Virginia University (announced on previous show).
First Line:

Date Aired : 42/06/21
Episode Number : 76
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Mountain Justice
Guests: George "Doc" Rockwell, vaudeville comedian, and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, George Strasser from St. John's University.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, this is Father's Day. We haven't anything on our program tonight about father, but we do have a man whose jokes will make you yell uncle."

Date Aired : 42/06/28
Episode Number : 77
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Vacation Plans
Guests: Judy Canova and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Dorothy Cochran from Cornell University.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, next week we will present the new Texaco Star Theater summer show with music by Al Goodman, acting by Jimmy Wallington and songs by James Ullman."

Date Aired : 42/10/04
Episode Number : 1
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: First 30 minute show
Guest: Arthur Godfrey and Charles Laughton.
First Line : Announcer Jack Smart: "And here he is back from his vacation, the man his creditors have been waiting for, Fred Allen, in person."
Notes: The show remains the Texaco Star Theater, but it is now 30 minutes in length. Arthur Godfrey auditions to be Fred Allen's announcer.

Date Aired : 42/10/11
Episode Number : 2
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Wee Bonnie Baker is engaged
Guest: Roland Young
First Line : Announcer Arthur Godfrey: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, there is only one comedian in radio you can tune in during a blackout who isn't bright enough to violate the law."

Date Aired : 42/10/18
Episode Number : 3
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Les Miserables
Guest: Orson Welles
First Line : Announcer Arthur Godfrey: "In a recent impartial test by Reader's Digest, ladies and gentlemen, one radio comedian was found to contain less corn than all other leading radio comedians combined."
Notes: This recording was produced by the Special Service Division of the War Department of the United States America for Armed Forces Radio Service. There is a greeting and introduction by Allen at the beginning and end of the recording.

Date Aired : 42/10/25
Episode Number : 4
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Courtin' Of Jenny Suggs
AKA : Roy Rogers Courting of Jenny Sugs
Guest: Roy Rogers and singer Jane Pickens.
First Line : Announcer Arthur Godfrey: "Last week, ladies and gentlemen, when Jack Benny donated his Maxwell to the scrap drive, he ridiculed a certain party for turning in his metal arch supporters."

Date Aired : 42/11/01
Episode Number : 5
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Coffee Rationing to Begin
Guest: Robert Benchley, authority on wit and humor.
First Line : Announcer Arthur Godfrey: "Next Tuesday is election day, folks. Don't forget our candidate."

Date Aired : 42/11/08
Episode Number : 6
Available : NO
Guest: Joan Edwards of Your Hit Parade and Hugh Herbert (announced on previous show).

Date Aired : 42/11/15
Episode Number : 7
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: BBC, Take It or Leave It
Guest: Gracie Fields, Queen of the English music halls.
First Line : Announcer Arthur Godfrey: "Well, folks, we're all having our troubles getting coffee, meat and fuel, and tonight we bring you a commodity you get too much of, and here he is, excuse me, Fred Allen."

Date Aired : 42/11/22
Episode Number : 8
Available : NO
Guest: James Melton, Metropolitan Opera Star (announced on previous show).

Date Aired : 42/11/29
Episode Number : 9
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Adolphe Menjou Translates Jokes
Guest: Adolphe Menjou and singer Joan Merrill.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, when the new Social Register came out last week, several familiar names were missing."

Date Aired : 42/12/06
Episode Number : 10
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Allen's Alley Begins
Guest: George Jessel and singer Josephine Houston.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Folks, December is a month of cold weather. Don't forget to let your cat in on winter nights or you'll wind up like this program, with a frozen puss."

Date Aired : 42/12/13
Episode Number : 11
Available : NO
Guest: Jack Haley and singer Christina Carroll (announced on previous show).

Date Aired : 42/12/20
Episode Number : 12
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Rise Stevens
Guest: Rise Stevens, Metropolitan Opera star.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "This week, ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Jeffers, the Rubber Director, is asking all citizens to pick up nails and broken glass in the street to save tires."

Date Aired : 42/12/27
Episode Number : 13
Available : NO
Guest: Dennis Day (announced on previous show).

Date Aired : 43/01/03
Episode Number : 14
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Missing Shot
Guest: Peter Lorre and singer Lois January.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "This past week, ladies and gentlemen, the New Year arrived. Tonight we bring you a man who tried to see the New Year in, but couldn't locate it on account of the dimout."

Date Aired : 43/01/10
Episode Number : 15
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Guest Jack Benny
Guest: Jack Benny and violinist Michel Piastro.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "During the past week, ladies and gentlemen, the New York film critics selected as the best picture of the year, Noel Coward's dramatic masterpiece, 'In Which We Serve.'"

Date Aired : 43/01/17
Episode Number : 16
Available : NO
Guest: George Jessel (announced on previous show).

Date Aired : 43/01/24
Episode Number : 17
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/01/31
Episode Number : 18
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: How Do You Feel About Dining Out
Guest: Oscar Levant, concert pianist and panelist on Information Please, and singer Tamara.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, last week a lady, after missing a question on a quiz program, received over 300,000 pennies in the mail."
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service. The portion of the show transcribed only runs about 24 minutes and the ending has been cut off after Allen and Levant perform together. The last 6 or so minutes is taken up by music.

Date Aired : 43/02/07
Episode Number : 19
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Phantom of the Opera
Guest: Claude Rains and singers Hi Lo Jack and the Dame.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Yesterday, ladies and gentlemen, America started celebrating its 33rd annual Boy Scout Week."
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service. End of show cut off and music added on. Hi Lo Jack and the Dame become regulars after this show.

Date Aired : 43/02/14
Episode Number : 20
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/02/21
Episode Number : 21
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/02/28
Episode Number : 22
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Shot In The Penthouse
Guest: Phil Baker of Take It Or Leave It.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, there are three pages of pictures of a certain radio comedian in this week's Look Magazine."
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service.

Date Aired : 43/03/07
Episode Number : 23
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: 100th Program for Texaco
Guest: Judy Canova
First Line : Allen: "Thank you. Thank you and good evening, ladies and gentlemen. And Jimmy, tonight we have got to make good. That's all there is. We have got to excel tonight. This is a gala occasional.
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service."

Date Aired : 43/03/14
Episode Number : 24
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/03/21
Episode Number : 25
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Great Goldfish Murder
First Line :

Date Aired : 43/03/28
Episode Number : 26
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/04/04
Episode Number : 27
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Guest - Jimmy Durante
Notes : There is a show labeled 43/04/04 Looking For Umbragio which is really 44/01/23 Jimmy Durante.

Date Aired : 43/04/11
Episode Number : 28
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/04/18
Episode Number : 29
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/04/25
Episode Number : 30
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Guest - Bela Lugosi
First Line :

Date Aired : 43/05/02
Episode Number : 31
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Immediate Seating on the Inside
First Line :

Date Aired : 43/05/09
Episode Number : 32
Available : YES
Guest: Actor Akim Tamiroff
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, (record skips) tonight I would introduce (record skips) but since I have a family to support (record skips)..."

Date Aired : 43/05/16
Episode Number : 33
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Are You Raising Chickens
Guest: Frank Sinatra
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "This week, ladies and gentlemen, Winston Churchill is in Washington. Every time Mr. Churchill meets Mr. Roosevelt, something happens."

Date Aired : 43/05/23
Episode Number : 34
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: What are you doing about National Poetry Week
Guest: George Jessel
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, this has been a big week for travel. Winston Churchill went to Washington. Former Ambassador Joseph E. Davies went to Moscow."

Date Aired : 43/05/30
Episode Number : 35
Available : NO
Guest: George "Doc" Rockwell, vaudeville comedian (announced on previous show).

Date Aired : 43/06/06
Episode Number : 36
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/06/13
Episode Number : 37
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Raffles, the Talking Bird
First Line :

Date Aired : 43/06/20
Episode Number : 38
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/06/27
Episode Number : 39
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/12/12
Episode Number : 40
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Fred tries to get Lauritz Melchior a job on radio
Guest: Lauritz Melchior, Metropolitan Opera star.
First Line: Fred Allen: "Thank you, thank you, and good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Now Deems, I want to thank you for a nice dull welcome."
Notes: This is a 13:53 edit of the Philco Hall of Fame. This copy is dated 43/12/31 and called "Selection from an Hour Program." The announcer states that if you missed Fred Allen's return to radio, they are providing a condensed version of the show. Deems Taylor introduces Lauritz Melchior.
Notes: If your show starts off with Allen: "It isn't Mr. F.E. Boone of Lexington, Kentucky, kiddies.", and has Kenny Delmar announcing, it is from 45/12/16. Do not add it here. The same skit was used 3 times on the show.]

Date Aired : 43/12/19
Episode Number : 41
Available : NO

Date Aired : 43/12/26
Episode Number : 42
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host:
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/01/02
Episode Number : 43
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Loan Sharks
Guest: Albert Spalding, concert violinist.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Tonight, ladies and gentlemen, tonight we present our first program of the New Year and bring you a man who, for 1944, has resolved to be with you Sundays even if he can't be with you Mondays and always."

Date Aired : 44/01/09
Episode Number : 44
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Fred Gets Hit on the Head by a Barrel from a Brewery Truck
Guest: Ed Gardner, "Archie" from Duffy's Tavern.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "This week, ladies and gentlemen, the OPA designated spare stamp 2 a special pork stamp with a value of 5 points."

Date Aired : 44/01/16
Episode Number : 45
Available : YES
Guest: Mary Pickford, America's Sweetheart
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Last week, ladies and gentlemen, Life Magazine published the pictures of America's leading comedians."
Note: At the show's end, Jimmy Wallington speaks about the United States Cadet Nurse Corps.

Date Aired : 44/01/23
Episode Number : 46
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: How did the fish shortage bother you
Guest: Jimmy Durante
First Line : Allen: "Thank you and good evening ladies and gentlemen. And Jimmy, that extra coffee people are going to get this year will sure be a boon to radio."
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service.

Date Aired : 44/01/30
Episode Number : 47
Available : NO

Date Aired : 44/02/06
Episode Number : 48
Available : NO

Date Aired : 44/02/13
Episode Number : 49
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: How is the alarm clock shortage going to affect you
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/02/20
Episode Number : 50
Available : NO

Date Aired : 44/02/27
Episode Number : 51
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host:
Guest: The Quiz Kids
First Line: Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Last week, ladies and gentlemen, California had its worst rain storm in years."
Notes: The file ends with the First Fighter Command's announcement of an all clear for the practice air raid drill for southeastern New York.

Date Aired : 44/03/05
Episode Number : 52
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host:
Guest: Ralph Edwards
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/03/12
Episode Number : 53
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: How are you doing with your income tax
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/03/19
Episode Number : 54
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Are you keeping a victory garden this year
Guest: Ted Lewis, clarinetist.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Tomorrow, ladies and gentlemen, will be the first day of spring. The day when Mother Nature awakens and the sap stirs in the trees."

Date Aired : 44/03/26
Episode Number : 55
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Benny Goodman is breaking up his band
Guest: Ed Gardner, "Archie" from Duffy's Tavern.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "This week, ladies and gentlemen, the Brooklyn Dodgers, 'Dem Bums,' started their spring training."

Date Aired : 44/04/02
Episode Number : 56
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: How has the egg surplus affected you
Guest: Jack Haley
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, yesterday was April 1st. Now it may seem a little late for jokes, but tonight we bring you radio's funniest and most hilarious comedian."

Date Aired : 44/04/09
Episode Number : 57
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Have you eaten in a restaurant lately
Guest: Reginald Gardiner
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "This is Easter Sunday, ladies and gentlemen. The day the little bunny leaves his colored eggs at your door."

Date Aired : 44/04/16
Episode Number : 58
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: How much money do you think you're going
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/04/23
Episode Number : 59
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: North Dakota
Guest: Oscar Levant, concert pianist and panelist on Information Please.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, the gaint plane, Constellation, flew from California to Washington D.C. in the record time of 6 hours and 58 minutes."
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service. This show can also be found with the date 44/04/03 and titled "Oscar Levant South Dakota (AFRS)."

Date Aired : 44/04/30
Episode Number : 60
Available : NO

Date Aired : 44/05/07
Episode Number : 61
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Life of Moose Max
Guest: George Jessel
First Line: Allen: "Thank you and good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Did you hear Jack Benny's program tonight?" Jimmy Wallington: "No, I missed it tonight."
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service.

Date Aired : 44/05/14
Episode Number : 62
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Quota of sugar
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/05/21
Episode Number : 63
Available : NO

Date Aired : 44/05/28
Episode Number : 64
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Are you still turning in every piece of paper
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/06/04
Episode Number : 65
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Killers
Guest: Peter Lorre
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Last week, ladies and gentlemen, Professor Einstein called on the intellectuals of the world to organize and form a union of thinkers."
Notes: A transcription for the Armed Forces Radio Service. End of show is cut off, music briefly plays, then dead air for the remaining 9 minutes.

Date Aired : 44/06/11
Episode Number : 66
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: South Dakota
Guest: Deems Taylor, composer and music critic.
First Line : Announcer Jimmy Wallington: "Ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen, during the past week, most of radio's popular comedians, Bob Hope, Jack Benny, and Red Skelton left the air for the summer."

Date Aired : 44/06/18
Episode Number : 67
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Reduce the amount of meat you have been eating lately
First Line :

Date Aired : 44/06/25
Episode Number : 68
Available : NO

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