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Fred Allen Town Hall Tonight


Date Aired : 34/07/11
Episode Number : 1
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Rollin Home
Notes: The Hour of Smiles is retitled Town Hall Tonight. The shows remain at 60 minutes in length.

Date Aired : 34/07/18
Episode Number : 2
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/07/25
Episode Number : 3
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Town Hall Tonight

Date Aired : 34/08/01
Episode Number : 4
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/08/08
Episode Number : 5
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/08/15
Episode Number : 6
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/08/22
Episode Number : 7
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/08/29
Episode Number : 8
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/09/05
Episode Number : 9
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/09/12
Episode Number : 10
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/09/19
Episode Number : 11
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/09/26
Episode Number : 12
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/10/03
Episode Number : 13
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/10/10
Episode Number : 14
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/10/17
Episode Number : 15
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Fred Allen's Revue

Date Aired : 34/10/24
Episode Number : 16
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/10/31
Episode Number : 17
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/11/07
Episode Number : 18
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/11/14
Episode Number : 19
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/11/21
Episode Number : 20
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/11/28
Episode Number : 21
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/12/05
Episode Number : 22
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Fred Allen's Revue

Date Aired : 34/12/12
Episode Number : 23
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/12/19
Episode Number : 24
Available : NO

Date Aired : 34/12/26
Episode Number : 25
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/01/02
Episode Number : 26
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 35/01/09
Episode Number : 27
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 35/01/16
Episode Number : 28
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 35/01/23
Episode Number : 29
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Bedlam News

Date Aired : 35/01/30
Episode Number : 30
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 35/02/06
Episode Number : 31
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/02/13
Episode Number : 32
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/02/20
Episode Number : 33
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/02/27
Episode Number : 33
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/03/06
Episode Number : 35
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/03/13
Episode Number : 36
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Super Amateurs

Date Aired : 35/03/20
Episode Number : 37
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: First Anniversary of One Hour Show

Date Aired : 35/03/27
Episode Number : 38
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/04/03
Episode Number : 39
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Only French Spoken Here

Date Aired : 35/04/10
Episode Number : 40
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/04/17
Episode Number : 41
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/04/24
Episode Number : 42
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: College Night for Amateurs

Date Aired : 35/05/01
Episode Number : 43
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Van Steeden's Third Show

Date Aired : 35/05/08
Episode Number : 44
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/05/15
Episode Number : 45
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/05/22
Episode Number : 46
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: The Square Dance

Date Aired : 35/05/29
Episode Number : 47
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/06/05
Episode Number : 48
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/06/12
Episode Number : 49
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: All-Star Amateurs

Date Aired : 35/06/19
Episode Number : 50
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/06/26
Episode Number : 51
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Last Show of the Season
First Line: Announcer: "Strike up the band. The big parade is marching down the street to the old Town Hall. Fred Allen's in the lead wearing his new going away outfit. And the Mighty Allen Art Players are carrying a great big banner that says, 'Hollywood Here He Comes.'"
Note: Tiny Ruffner was absent from the show (mentioned by Allen).

Date Aired : 35/10/02
Episode Number : 52
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Once an Amateur, Always an Amateur
First Line : Announcer Tiny Ruffner: "And tonight, a big celebration. Fred Allen's coming back to the old Town Hall. He's bringing Portland and the Mighty Allen Art Players and his baggage and they're all going to give us the biggest show we've had in months."

Date Aired : 35/10/09
Episode Number : 53
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: A Free Soul - the Scot's Idea of Heaven

Date Aired : 35/10/16
Episode Number : 54
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Who Killed Kirk Reuben
First Line: Announcer Tiny Ruffner: "Well, the band's playing, the crowd's cheering and here comes Fred Allen leading a new big colorful parade to the old Town Hall. So, come on folks, let's march along with them. Everybody's going!"

Date Aired : 35/10/23
Episode Number : 55
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 35/10/30
Episode Number : 56
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Revue

Date Aired : 35/11/06
Episode Number : 57
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Wild Women of the Wilderness or He Was Her Mate and Her Lyonnaise Potato
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Here they come, folks. The streets are packed and the crowd forms a line ready to follow Fred Allen as he leads the weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's directing the band with a drum major's baton and the Mighty Allen Art Players are swapping kisses with their fans."

Date Aired : 35/11/13
Episode Number : 58
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/11/20
Episode Number : 59
Available : NO

Date Aired : 35/11/27
Episode Number : 60
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Voopie on the Volga or They Drank until They Borscht
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd. They're cheering in the streets as Fred Allen leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's laughing and joking to the gang, the band's playing and here come the Mighty Allen Art Players. Let's join the merry throng."

Date Aired : 35/12/04
Episode Number : 61
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Case of the Disappearing Elephant
First Line: Allen: "...clothes on. I'm opening with 'All's Well'." Harry Von Zell: "Okay, Peter, let 'er go!"

Date Aired : 35/12/11
Episode Number : 62
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Uncle Tom's Hot Spot or It Might Be Hammy but It Ain't Porgy
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd. They're cheering Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's laughing, the band's playing, the Mighty Allen Art Players are doing nip-ups."
Note: Only the first half of this show appears to be available. File cuts off before skit is finished.

Date Aired : 35/12/18
Episode Number : 63
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Murder in the Moonlight

Date Aired : 35/12/25
Episode Number : 64
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Department Store Santa
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Yes sir, listen to that crowd cheering Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Members of the band are carrying the Christmas tree and the Mighty Allen Art Players are disguised as reindeer."
Notes: File runs only 41 minutes.

Date Aired : 36/01/01
Episode Number : 65
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder at the Microphone
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Yes sir, listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred and the band are carrying signs with their resolutions spelled out in neon lights."

Date Aired : 36/01/08
Episode Number : 66
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Fred Allen Receives an Award

Date Aired : 36/01/15
Episode Number : 67
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Home on the Range
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd. They're cheering madly as they march along with Fred Allen and his parade to the old Town Hall, Fred zig zagging up the street. The band zags where Fred zigged."
Note: Only the first half of this show appears to be available. My file runs 31:41 and at times has poor sound. Lisa Fittinghoff

Date Aired : 36/01/22
Episode Number : 68
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Mumbo, or Who Stole the Elephant from Billy Nose's Finale
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd. They're jumping up and down and cheering as Fred Allen leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's driving in the wind as the band lowers the boom boom."

Date Aired : 36/01/29
Episode Number : 69
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Lord Falconbeak's Dilemma
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "The crowd is cheering Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's keeping the band in time with a gold baton and the Mighty Allen Art Players are following, out of step with the world."

Date Aired : 36/02/05
Episode Number : 70
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Going, Going, Gone
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd. They're cheering Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a roman candle and the Mighty Allen Art Players are right behind doing their best to douse the sparks."

Date Aired : 36/02/12
Episode Number : 71
Available : NO

Date Aired : 36/02/19
Episode Number : 72
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Talkative Tom aka The Fatal Shot
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Just listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band on a muted motorcycle and the Mighty Allen Art Players, swinging their golf clubs, bring up the rear in par."

Date Aired : 36/02/26
Episode Number : 73
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: The Hillbilly Debutante

Date Aired : 36/03/04
Episode Number : 74
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder Backstage
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "The crowd is cheering madly as Fred Allen leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. The music's so hot Fred's directing the band with a poker and the Mighty Allen Art Players bring up the rear in their smoking jackets."

Date Aired : 36/03/11
Episode Number : 75
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Colonel Culpepper's Plight
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade into the doors of the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a toothbrush and the Mighty Allen Art Players are passing out Hartman's desensitizer for the folks to rub on their ears during the 'drama."

Date Aired : 36/03/18
Episode Number : 76
Available : NO

Date Aired : 36/03/25
Episode Number : 77
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Studio's Dilemma
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd. Fred Allen is leading his weekly parade to the old Town Hall and the people are giving him and the thundering band cheer after cheer, and three mighty cheers for the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 36/04/01
Episode Number : 78
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Strange Case of Luke Allen, or Why the Lonesome Cowboy Was Lonesome

Date Aired : 36/04/08
Episode Number : 79
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Hortense's Dilemma
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to the crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a subtone clarinet and America's subnormals, the Mighty Allen Art Players, are following in the wake."

Date Aired : 36/04/15
Episode Number : 80
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Sandy's Crime
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with an elbow, and those hobos of dramatic progress, the Mighty Allen Art Players, follow him doing nip-ups."

Date Aired : 36/04/22
Episode Number : 81
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Lost Vice President
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd. They're cheering as the big parade marches to the old Town Hall with Fred Allen delivering punch lines to the crowd and the crowd delivering punches to the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 36/04/29
Episode Number : 82
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Slogan or The Milk of Human Kindness Is Seldom Grade A
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's conducting the band with a stuffed eel followed by those stuffed heels of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 36/05/06
Episode Number : 83
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 36/05/13
Episode Number : 84
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 36/05/20
Episode Number : 85
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Comedian's Plight
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with his old baton and the Mighty Allen Art Players are handing out checkerboards so that the audience can entertain themselves during the show."
Note: Fred announces at the end of the program that there are only forty-one more days to Stoopnagle and Budd's show.

Date Aired : 36/05/27
Episode Number : 86
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Trombone Annie
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's hurling kisses to the crowd and the crowd is hurling insults to the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 36/06/03
Episode Number : 87
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder in the Chop House
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's jogging ahead of the town and the Mighty Allen Art Players are running for dear life."
Note: Harry Von Zell announces five winners in a Bristol-Myers window display contest for druggists (final commercial). Fred announces at the end of the show that there are only twenty-seven more days to Stoopnagle and Budd's show.

Date Aired : 36/06/10
Episode Number : 88
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Welcome Stranger
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen who can lead his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Let's join this merry throng. Everybody's going!"
Note: Announcement at the beginning of the show states that the Ipana and Sal Hepatica sponsors have agreed to "close the doors of Town Hall a half hour earlier" to broadcast Herbert Hoover's speech from the Republican Convention in Cleveland. Harry Von Zell announces five more winners in the Bristol-Myers window display contest for druggists (final commercial). Allen reminds the audience that there are only twenty more days to Stoopnagle and Budd's show.

Date Aired : 36/06/17
Episode Number : 89
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Snoopnagle And Budd
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's telling the one about the two Irishmen, and those histrionic marvels, more hiss than histrionics, the Mighty Allen Art Players, are bringing up the rear."
Note: Harry Von Zell gives the names of five additional winners in the Bristol-Myers window display contest for druggists (final commercial). Allen reminds the audience that there are only thirteen more days until Stoopnagle and Budd's show.

Date Aired: 36/06/24
Episode Number:
Available: YES
Title/Plot/Host: The G-Man or Who Shot Frank Puck
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's carrying a steamer trunk packed for his summer vacation. Allen Art Players are thinking about their next benefit. Three months of silence for the benefit of the public."
Note: Harry Von Zell announces five more winners in the Bristol-Myers window display contest for druggists (final commercial).

Date Aired: 36/09/23
Episode Number:
Available: YES
Title/Plot/Host: Buck Rogers in the Twenty-Fifth Century
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer. They're following the parade to the old Town Hall having lots of fun. There goes Stoopnagle and Budd leading the parade, tipping their toupees to the cheering multitude and it's a big night tonight."
Note: Part of the summer replacement series.

Date Aired: 36/09/30
Episode Number:
Available: YES
Title/Plot/Host: Gangbusters
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that, there's an enthusiastic throng following the parade to the old Town Hall tonight, folks. There go Colonel Stoopnagle and Budd leading the march, bounding about like the graceful gazelles they are, throwing bon mots to the crowd, right and left."
Note: Part of the summer replacement series. At the end of the show Colonel Stoopnagle announces that Allen will be back next week.

Date Aired : 36/10/07
Episode Number : 3
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Who Killed Rappaport
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "The crowd's cheering Fred Allen and Portland as they march down from Main scattering fishing tackle and wet bathing suits on all sides."
I'm trying to find out why this is numbered as a different series. It's still Town Hall Tonight with the same sponsors.

Date Aired : 36/10/14
Episode Number : 4
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Will She Come Out
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Here they come, round the world racers." Man: "You don't take this plane, Mr. Bekins, your round the world race is lost."
Note: At the end of the show Allen announces that NBC has reserved the second half hour for an address by President Roosevelt.

Date Aired : 36/10/21
Episode Number : 5
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder at Cupcake County
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer as Fred Allen leads his parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's carrying a big bass drum and the crowd's trying to beat it as the Mighty Allen Art Players come into sight."
Note: This is Allen's Fourth Anniversary show. File is nearly complete except in the amateur competition. Albert R. Nelson's song has been edited.

Date Aired : 36/10/28
Episode Number : 6
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Winning the Game
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade toward the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a baseball bat followed by those no hits, no runs, all errors of the American theater, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: Harry Von Zell announces, at the show's midpoint, that NBC is celebrating its tenth anniversary.

Date Aired : 36/11/04
Episode Number : 7
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Studio Strategy
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "The crowd is cheering Fred Allen as he leads the parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a deflated pig skin and the Mighty Allen Art Players are out of wind, too, running away from the crowd."

Date Aired : 36/11/11
Episode Number : 8
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Admiral Crow's Amateur Hour
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads the parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's beating time to a rousing march and the Mighty Allen Art Players are beating the rap for their successive crimes against the drama."
Note: Peter Van Steeden celebrates his tenth anniversary on the radio. Harry Von Zell reminds the audience that today is Armistice Day.

Date Aired : 36/11/18
Episode Number : 9
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Great Dane Mystery
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a billiard cue and America's eight balls, the Mighty Allen Art Players, are rolling out behind."

Date Aired : 36/11/25
Episode Number : 10
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Egg Baron
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads the parade down the main street towards the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a breadstick followed by those crumbs of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 36/12/02
Episode Number : 11
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Prodigal Daughter's Return
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with an icicle followed by those cold storage hams, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: Instead of the amateur competition, Allen hosts a competition between the members of Princeton's Triangle Club, the University of Pennsylvania's Mask and Wig Club, and Harvard's Hasty Pudding Club.

Date Aired : 36/12/09
Episode Number : 12
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Community Sing
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads the parade down main street to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a hockey stick followed by those frozen pucks of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: Tonight is the first of the Town Hall variety shows. In comparison with the amateur contests, the variety show rules allow both amateurs and professionals to perform. While Allen states that this is no longer a contest, he assures the performers that there will be a chance for the "radio recognition that a nationwide network can supply" and cash awards as "further encouragement" to them.

Date Aired : 36/12/16
Episode Number : 13
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Million Dollar Smile
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads the parade down main street to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a drum stick and he's followed by those veterans of many a turkey, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: The Town Hall Varieties continue as a chance for both amateurs and professionals to audition before a nationwide audience. The cash awards are no longer mentioned.

Date Aired : 36/12/23
Episode Number : 14
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Ambrose Smith, Department Store Santa
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads the parade down main street to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a hockey stick and he's followed by those cheapskates of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 36/12/30
Episode Number : 15
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: The Feud

Date Aired : 37/01/06
Episode Number : 16
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/01/13
Episode Number : 17
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Musical Feud, Jazz or Classical

Date Aired : 37/01/20
Episode Number : 18
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Three Madcaps

Date Aired : 37/01/27
Episode Number : 19
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Fred to Expose Jack Benny's Violin Playing
First Line :

Date Aired : 37/02/03
Episode Number : 20
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: The Bee

Date Aired : 37/02/10
Episode Number : 21
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: The Family Genealogy of Jack Benny

Date Aired : 37/02/17
Episode Number : 22
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/02/24
Episode Number : 23
Available : NO

Date Aired : 37/03/03
Episode Number : 24
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/03/10
Episode Number : 25
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder on the High Seas, or One Long Pan Helps Boy Meet Gull
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer as Fred Allen leads the parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's conducting the band with a big sword followed by those dull blades of the boards, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 37/03/17
Episode Number : 26
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: St Patrick's Day Show
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads the parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a shillelagh and is followed by those greenhorns of the theater, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 37/03/24
Episode Number : 27
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/03/31
Episode Number : 28
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/04/07
Episode Number : 29
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/04/14
Episode Number : 30
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/04/21
Episode Number : 31
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Peter Van Steeden's Second Anniversary

Date Aired : 37/04/28
Episode Number : 32
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/05/05
Episode Number : 33
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/05/12
Episode Number : 34
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Frank Sinatra's Debut
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads the parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a bottle of beer followed by those flat heads of the theater, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: Frank Sinatra and His Four Sharps perform "Exactly Like You" during the Town Hall Varieties.

Date Aired : 37/05/19
Episode Number : 35
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Tycoon's Dilemna or He Couldn't Have Revenge because Revenge Is Sweet and the Doctor Said No Sweets on His Diet
First Line: [Cheers]: Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads the parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a loaf of French bread followed by those crusty crumbs of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: Incomplete show. First half only. Cuts off as "The Tycoon's Dilemna" begins. DIfferent full title from the 37/12/15 show.

Date Aired : 37/05/26
Episode Number : 36
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/06/02
Episode Number : 37
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/06/09
Episode Number : 38
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/06/16
Episode Number : 39
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/06/23
Episode Number : 40
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/06/30
Episode Number : 41
Available : NO

Date Aired : 37/11/17
Episode Number : 42
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Fred Returns to the Radio after Making a Movie.
Note: From Hollywood.

Date Aired : 37/11/24
Episode Number : 43
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show (Mountain Justice or The Judge Had the Gavel but He Didn't Give a Rap)
Guest: Ned Sparks, character comedian, and Bob C. McEldowney, The Hollywood Guide Service.
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer as Fred Allen leads his parade of stars to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a palm leaf followed by those dated duds of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: From Hollywood.
File has low sound. No amateurs in this show. Recommend file be renamed.

Date Aired : 37/12/01
Episode Number : 44
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 37/12/08
Episode Number : 45
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Cyclone or the Gypsy's Promise
Guest: Harry Saz, sound effects man for Town Hall Tonight.
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer as Fred Allen leads his parade of stars to the Old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a monkey wrench followed by those loose nuts of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: From Hollywood.

Date Aired : 37/12/15
Episode Number : 46
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Tycoon's Dilemma or One Man's Meatball Is Another Man's Steak . . . As of Yesterday
First Line :
Note: Full title found at RadioGOLDINdex and used to compare with show dated 37/05/19.

Date Aired : 37/12/22
Episode Number : 47
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Santa Will Not Ride Tonight
Guest: Jack Benny and Willie King, operator of the studio lunch wagon.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer as Fred Allen leads his parade of stars to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band dressed as Santa followed by those Claus in the theater's lights, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: From Hollywood.

Date Aired : 37/12/29
Episode Number : 48
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Great Swimming Pool Mystery
Guest: Billie Towsig, co-owner of the personal service bureau, Towsig and Lewis.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer as Fred Allen leads the parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a telescope followed by those fallen stars of the stage, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: Final show from Hollywood.

Date Aired : 38/01/05
Episode Number : 49
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/01/12
Episode Number : 50
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/01/19
Episode Number : 51
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/01/26
Episode Number : 52
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/02/02
Episode Number : 53
Available : NO

Date Aired : 38/02/09
Episode Number : 54
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/02/16
Episode Number : 55
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/02/23
Episode Number : 56
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/03/02
Episode Number : 57
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/03/09
Episode Number : 58
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Amateur Show

Date Aired : 38/03/16
Episode Number : 59
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Advertising Agency's Faux Pas
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/03/23
Episode Number : 60
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: High Wide and Homely
Guest: Ida Gorington, "Ida the Ice Lady" aka the lady iceman.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a milk bottle followed by those curds of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 38/03/30
Episode Number : 61
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Lady Putney's Demise
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/04/06
Episode Number : 62
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Studio Executive's Predicament
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/04/13
Episode Number : 63
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Hotel Mystery
Guest: Stanley Woolley Jr., 17-year-old owner of a wild animal rental service.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a magnifying glass followed by those midgets of mimicry, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Found a mention of Woolley's business in the Montana Standard of Butte, Montana, dated January 1, 1939. Using their spelling of his last name for now. Lisa Fittinghoff

Date Aired : 38/04/20
Episode Number : 64
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Scoop Allen Comes Through
Guest: Dr. Ida Mellen, chief aquarist and ichthyologist at the New York Aquarium.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a frying pan followed by those greaseballs of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."
Note: The cast celebrates Peter Van Steeden's third year as musical director. At show's end Fred announces that this is the 225th weekly broadcast sponsored by Ipana and Sal Hepatica.

Date Aired : 38/04/27
Episode Number : 65
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The True Story of Your Hero
Guest: Charles Atlas, body-building and fitness expert. Title holder, "The World's Most Perfectly Developed Man."
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a ray of sunshine followed by those black knights of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 38/05/04
Episode Number : 66
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Who Killed the Hula Hula Dancer
Guest: Earl "Lucky" Teter, race driver, professional daredevil, owner of the traveling stunt show, "Lucky Teter and his Hell Drivers."
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a fireman's hat followed by those false alarms of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 38/05/11
Episode Number : 67
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Mountain Justice
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/05/18
Episode Number : 68
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The House That Jack Built
Guest: Ralph W. Smith, barnstormer and test pilot.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Andre Baruch: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a breadstick, followed by those crumbs of the stage, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 38/05/25
Episode Number : 69
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Who Stole the Favorite
Guest: Alfred Fiorella, hand organ player (aka organ grinder).
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Andre Baruch: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with an adding machine, followed by those unwelcome additions to the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 38/06/01
Episode Number : 70
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Program Was Killing Them
Guest: John O'Boyle, former hoofer and dance director.
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/06/08
Episode Number : 71
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Satire on Song Writers
Guest: Ray Smith, hunting and fishing guide.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Andre Baruch: "Ah, listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he heads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a celery stalk, followed by those deadbeats of the theater, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 38/06/15
Episode Number : 72
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder At The Zoo
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/06/22
Episode Number : 73
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Telephone Weddings
Guest: Art Moger, contest editor on the Boston Evening American.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Listen to that crowd cheer Fred Allen as he leads his weekly parade to the old Town Hall. Fred's leading the band with a fishing rod followed by those castoffs of the drama, the Mighty Allen Art Players."

Date Aired : 38/06/29
Episode Number : 74
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Mountain Malfeance
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/10/05
Episode Number : 75
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Alexander's Ragtime Band
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/10/12
Episode Number : 76
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Who Killed Judge Knapp
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/10/19
Episode Number : 77
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Hobby Lobby
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/10/26
Episode Number : 78
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: 6th Anniversary Show

Date Aired : 38/11/02
Episode Number : 79
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: November, Month of Harvest and Thanksgiving
Guest: Joseph Allen, NBC Radio City Studios tour guide.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, all the regular old Town Hallites are here to take up the business of the evening, folks. Peter Van Steeden makes a motion to start the overture and it's 'Who Blew Out the Flame.'"
Note: File runs 55:19. The first Sal Hepatica/Ipana commercial is missing from between The Merry Macs' "Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair" and Peter Van Steeden and the band's "Lambeth Walk" (where it would normally be placed).

Date Aired : 38/11/09
Episode Number : 80
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: If I Were Too
Guest: Charles Moody, butler and editor of the magazine, "Staff."
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, the old Town Hall is so crowded tonight folks are sitting in with the band. There's only one way to tell the audience from the musicians and that's for Peter to start the overture. And it's 'Love, I'd Give My Life for You.'"

Date Aired : 38/11/16
Episode Number : 81
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Bank's Dilemma
Guest: Michael MacDougall, magician and card detective.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, the old Town Hall is bulging tonight, folks. Peter hasn't got room to swing his baton. He's going to try to direct the orchestra by sticking out his tongue. Can he do it? The overture is 'You Never Know.'"
Note: At show's end, Fred reads a note from the sponsors asking the audience to support the Red Cross during their annual November Roll Call from the eleventh through the twenty-fourth.

Date Aired : 38/11/23
Episode Number : 82
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder In the Stadium
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/11/30
Episode Number : 83
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Us The People Couldn't Speak
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/12/07
Episode Number : 84
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Hillbilly Justice or The Judge Refused to Open the Case Until Someone Ordered Him a Chaser
Guest: Lou Miller and his dog, King
First Line : Disc Two: [Music] Allen: "That was the 'Skater's Waltz' played by the Sonja Henie of ice-stro's, Peter Van Steeden and his Ipana watchamacallits." Disc Four: [Music] Allen: That was 'The Night Before Christmas,' ladies and gentlemen, played by Peter Van Steeden, the Ipana Troubadours and the Town Hall Singers."
Notes: Only discs two and four are available so far.

Date Aired : 38/12/14
Episode Number : 85
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Santa Claus
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/12/21
Episode Number : 86
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Santa Claus Sits Down
First Line :

Date Aired : 38/12/28
Episode Number : 87
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Studio's Crisis
First Line :

Date Aired : 39/01/04
Episode Number : 88
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Luke Allen's Courtship
First Line :

Date Aired : 39/01/11
Episode Number : 89
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Non Campus Mentis
First Line :

Date Aired : 39/01/18
Episode Number : 90
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Deep Sea Tragedy
First Line :

Date Aired : 39/01/25
Episode Number : 91
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Kay Kyser's Musical High School
First Line :

Date Aired : 39/02/01
Episode Number : 92
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/02/08
Episode Number : 93
Available : YES
Guest: Patsy Perroni, Heavyweight Boxer
First Line: [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, the old Town Hall is packed again as usual, ladies and gentlemen. Peter Van Steeden comes out of his little hole in the orchestra pit there. He raises his finger to save the wear and tear on his baton. And the overture is 'It's About Time.'"
Note: At show's end, Fred tells his loyal listeners that "this is the 267th time you've invited us into your homes."

Date Aired : 39/02/15
Episode Number : 94
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/02/22
Episode Number : 95
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Subway Posters
Guest: Carl Schuman, television glass tube blower.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, the Town Hall opens once again for our weekly meeting, folks." Allen: "Here, here." Von Zell: "Peter raises his baton and the overture is 'This Night.'"

Date Aired : 39/03/01
Episode Number : 96
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/03/08
Episode Number : 97
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/03/15
Episode Number : 98
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/03/22
Episode Number : 99
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Murder at Madison Square Garden
Guest: Joe Cooper, pullman porter.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, once again the old Town Hall hangs out its SRO sign. The janitor conceals his exit sign. There's a man heckling in the audience here, I can't see who that is. In the meantime, Peter Van Steeden gives the orchestra his high sign. And the overture is 'We've Come a Long Way Together.'"

Date Aired : 39/03/29
Episode Number : 100
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/04/05
Episode Number : 101
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Studio's Plight
Guest: Captain John J. McCabe, Hudson river ferryboat captain.
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, the old Town Hall is jammed to the murals, folks. Peter just has room enough to raise his baton and the overture is 'Rock and Roll.'"

Date Aired : 39/04/12
Episode Number : 102
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/04/19
Episode Number : 103
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/04/26
Episode Number : 104
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/05/03
Episode Number : 105
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/05/10
Episode Number : 106
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/05/17
Episode Number : 107
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/05/24
Episode Number : 108
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/05/31
Episode Number : 109
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/06/07
Episode Number : 110
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/06/14
Episode Number : 111
Available : NO

Date Aired : 39/06/21
Episode Number : 112
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Crisis on the Showboat
Guest: Jess Kizis, Movietone cameraman
First Line : [Cheers] Announcer Harry Von Zell: "Well, sir, another hour of entertainment is starting down the assembly line at the old Town Hall. Here comes the chassis, Peter Van Steeden, and the orchestra bolts on the overture. It's called 'Wishing.'"

Date Aired : 39/06/28
Episode Number : 113
Available : NO
Title/Plot/Host: Sponsor Problems

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