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Fred Allen Texaco Star Theater

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October 23, 2011, at 10:36 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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Guest: Christina Carroll, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month.
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Guest: Christina Carroll, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
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Guest: Carla Thompson, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month.
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Guest: Carla Thompson, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
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Guest: Captain Charles Knight, authority on eagles and his golden eagle, Mr. Ramshaw.
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Guest: Captain Charles Knight, authority on eagles and his golden eagle, Mr. Ramshaw
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Guest: Ruth Hopkins, teacher with the Arthur Murray School of Dance.
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Guest: Ruth Hopkins, teacher with the Arthur Murray School of Dance
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Guest: Roy Heckler, owner of the flea circus at Hubert's Museum on 42nd Street.
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Guest: Roy Heckler, owner of the flea circus at Hubert's Museum on 42nd Street
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Guest: Stewart Kanin, the violinist who Fred credits with having started the Allen/Benny feud.
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Guest: Stewart Kanin, the violinist who Fred credits with having started the Allen/Benny feud
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Guest: Otto Hottendorf, baloney stuffer at the Amour & Co. Plant in Jersey City.
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Guest: Otto Hottendorf, baloney stuffer at the Amour & Co. Plant in Jersey City
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Guest: Nelson Elliscue, owner of the Canine Country Club.
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Guest: Nelson Elliscue, owner of the Canine Country Club
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Guest: June Brady, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month.
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Guest: June Brady, Major Bowes' Amateur of the Month
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Guest: "Lindy" Lindemann, Restauranteur.
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Guest: "Lindy" Lindemann, Restauranteur
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Guest: International Film and Stage Star Anna May Wong
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Guest: Anna May Wong, film and stage actress
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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.
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Guests: Louella Parsons, gossip columnist, and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Jack Wilson from the University of Oklahoma.
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Guests: Louella Parsons, gossip columnist
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Notes: 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.
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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.
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Guest: Jack Haley, Actor, and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Tom McIniry from the University of Alabama.
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Guest: Jack Haley, actor and a song-and-dance vaudevillian
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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.
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Guests: Maurice Evans, Shakespearean actor, and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, John J. McDonald from the College of the Holy Cross.
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."
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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.
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Guests: Tyrone Power and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, David Bowman from Colgate University (announced on previous show).
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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.
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Guests: Reginald Gardiner, actor, and Robert Lloyd of Johns Hopkins University (according to the Listeners' Choice radio listings, Chicago Daily Tribune).
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Guests: Reginald Gardiner, film and stage actor
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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.
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Guests: Oscar Levant, panelist on Information Please, and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Geraldine Ellison from Tuskegee Institute.
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Guests: Oscar Levant, pianist, author, comedian, and panelist on Information Please
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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.
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Guests: Marlene Dietrich and the winner of the Texaco College Competition, Donald Regan from Fordham University.
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Guests: Marlene Dietrich, film and stage actress
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Note: Donald Regan, named the "Most Talented Undergraduate" by his classmates at Fordham University, is the winner of the Texaco College Competition this week.
October 23, 2011, at 08:59 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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Guest: International Film and Stage Star Anna May Wong
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.
%red%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.
September 25, 2011, at 10:14 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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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."
September 25, 2011, at 09:22 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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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.
September 25, 2011, at 09:16 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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Note: At show's end, Larry Elliott reads an announcement from the American Petroleum Institute regarding the Nation's oil reserves.
September 25, 2011, at 08:03 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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Note: At show's end Jimmy Wallington announces that the Texas Company joins the nationwide salute to Boy Scout week.
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Note: At show's end Jimmy Wallington announces that the Texas Company joins the nationwide salute to Boy Scout Week.
September 25, 2011, at 08:00 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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%red%Note: Incomplete file runs 41:23. The musical numbers have been removed.
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%red%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.
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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?"
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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?"
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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.
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Note: At show's end Jimmy Wallington announces that the Texas Company joins the nationwide salute to Boy Scout week.
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Note: At show's end Jimmy Wallington announces that April has been proclaimed cancer control month by President Roosevelt.
July 06, 2011, at 04:56 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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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.
July 06, 2011, at 04:29 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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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.
July 06, 2011, at 04:06 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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Note: At show's end, Larry Elliot reads an announcement from the American Petroleum Institute regarding the Nation's oil reserves.
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Note: At show's end, Larry Elliott reads an announcement from the American Petroleum Institute regarding the Nation's oil reserves.
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Note: At show's end, Allen announces that this is National Fire Defense Week. Larry Elliot reads a letter from Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia to the Fire Chiefs of America.
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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.
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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.
July 03, 2011, at 07:47 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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Note: Allen announces that this is National Fire Defense Week. Larry Elliot reads a letter from Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia to the Fire Chiefs of America.
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Note: At show's end, Allen announces that this is National Fire Defense Week. Larry Elliot reads a letter from Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia to the Fire Chiefs of America.

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