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March 29, 2015, at 09:21 AM by asteinberg - added link
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Also see the related wiki page Also see the related wiki page http://www.otrr.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FirstLines/GreatGildersleeveHaroldPeary
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First Line Intro : Announcer : "In the modern home of the Great Gildersleeve there occurs a phenomenon peculiar to American youth."
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A different version was an AFRS version of 52-06-04 Katy Lee Visits Summerfield
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Title/Plot/Host: The Haunted House
%red%Note: This has the same title as the Peary show #82 43/05/16. This may be a repeated script, but I don't have any way to verify that
the 1943 script was reused. [[~Lisa Fittinghoff]]
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Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Suggestion Box
First Line (John Hiestand): "Ever since Marjorie, Bronco and twins moved next door, the Great Gildersleeve has made it a point to drop by regularly for a romp with
the twins and a chat with his niece."
First Line (Dialogue): Marjorie: "C'mon in the living room unckie and sit down."
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First Line (Dialogue): Leroy: "Say Unk, I was just thinking-" Gildersleeve: "Well, don't."
Note: At the midpoint break Danny Kaye urges the audience to buy Easter Seals.
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%red%Note: I cannot confirm that this file is available. [[~Lisa Fittinghoff]]

%note%On February 28, 1957, both the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times list tonight's show as being about Gildy putting on a Red Cross benefit show with Doye O'Dell and the Cass County Boys as guests. [[~Lisa Fittinghoff]]
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Title/Plot/Host: Leila's Antique Vase
First Line (Don Rickles): no intro
First Line (Dialogue): Birdie: "Mr. Gildersleeve, could I interest you in getting this box out of the way and taking it down to the basement?"
Note: This was broadcast on the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
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Episode Number : ----
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Doye O'Dells Dude Ranch (AFRS 498)
First Line (Don Rickles): no intro
First Line (Dialogue): Birdie: "You like something more, Mr. Gildersleeve?" Gildersleeve: "No, no thank you, Leroy." Birdie: "Leroy? Come again?"
Note: Another broadcast on the Army Forces Radio and Television Service. Don Rickles announces at the end that next week will be the conclusion of this western adventure. The show is followed by a service announcement about the Servicemen's and Veterans' Survivor Benefits Act (taking effect on January 1, 1957). The file ends with "Auld Lang Syne."
%red%Note: I would date this show as 1956. During the show, Doye O'Dell mentions that he has a new Era album out in the record stores. The songs he performs from it are on the album "Doye," which was released in 1956. Also, this file has a service announcement at the end (see note above) that makes me think this was rebroadcast to the military prior to or right at the end of 1956. [[~Lisa Fittinghoff]]


%PURPLE%Date Aired : 57/02/28
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Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Red Cross Benefit Show
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Note: This was broadcast on the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
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Title/Plot/Host: Water Reservoir Down (AFRS 508)
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%BLUE%Date Aired: xx/xx/xx
Episode Number: ----
Available: YES
Title/Plot/Host: Doye O'Dell's Dude Ranch
First Line (Don Rickles): no intro
First Line (Dialogue): Birdie: "You like something more, Mr. Gildersleeve?" Gildersleeve: "No, no thank you, Leroy." Birdie: "Leroy? Come again?"
Note: Another broadcast on the Army Forces Radio and Television Service. Don Rickles announces at the end that next week will be the conclusion of this western adventure. The show is followed by a service announcement about the Servicemen's and Veterans' Survivor Benefits Act (taking effect on January 1, 1957). The file ends with "Auld Lang Syne."
%red%Note: I would date this show as 1956. During the show, Doye O'Dell mentions that he has a new Era album out in the record stores. The songs he performs from it are on the album "Doye," which was released in 1956. Also, this file has a service announcement at the end (see note above) that makes me think this was rebroadcast to the military prior to or right at the end of 1956. [[~Lisa Fittinghoff]]
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%BLUE%Date Aired: xx/xx/xx
Episode Number: ----
Available: YES
Title/Plot/Host: Doye O'Dell's Dude Ranch
First Line (Don Rickles): no intro
First Line (Dialogue): Birdie: "You like something more, Mr. Gildersleeve?" Gildersleeve: "No, no thank you, Leroy." Birdie: "Leroy? Come again?"
Note: Another broadcast on the Army Forces Radio and Television Service. Don Rickles announces at the end that next week will be the conclusion of this western adventure. The show is followed by a service announcement about the Servicemen's and Veterans' Survivor Benefits Act (taking effect on January 1, 1957). The file ends with "Auld Lang Syne."
%red%Note: I would date this show as 1956. During the show, Doye O'Dell mentions that he has a new Era album out in the record stores. The songs he performs from it are on the album "Doye," which was released in 1956. Also, this file has a service announcement at the end (see note above) that makes me think this was rebroadcast to the military prior to or right at the end of 1956. [[~Lisa Fittinghoff]]
January 01, 2006, at 06:54 PM by Lisa Fittinghoff -
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First Line (Dialogue): [door opens, tone sounds] Gildersleeve: [breathing heavily] "Hello, Peavey. Peavey: "Well, hello, Mr. Gildersleeve, what can I do for you today? My, my, is something after you?"
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First Line (Dialogue): [door opens, tone sounds] Gildersleeve: [breathing heavily] "Hello, Peavey. Peavey: "Well, hello, Mr. Gildersleeve, what can I do for you today? My, my, is something after you?"
Note: This is a recording from the U.S. Armed Forces Radio and Television Service. Instead of commercials, announcer Jimmy Wallington reads historical notes about Ulysses S. Grant (midpoint) and James Madison (near the end of the show) and ends each by saying, "His life is part of your American heritage.
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