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Arthur Q. Bryan

Show Count: 149
Series Count: 6
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born:
BlondieBlondie
Show Count: 20
Broadcast History: 3 July 1939 to 26 June 1944, 21 July 1944 to 1 September 1944, 13 August 1944 to 26 September 1948, 6 October 1948 to 29 June 1949 and 6 October 1949 to 6 July 1950
Cast: Penny Singleton, Ann Rutherford, Alice White, Patricia Vann Cleve, Arthur Lake, Leone Ledoux, Tommy Cook, Larry Sims, Bobby Ellis, Jeffrey Silver, Marlene Aames, Norma Jean Nilsson, Joan Rae, Hanley Stafford, Elvia Allman, Frank Nelson, Arthur Q. Bryan, Harry Lang, Dix Davis, Mary Jane Croft, Veola Vonn, Lurene Tuttle, Rosemary DeCamp, Ed MacDonald, Hans Conried
Producer: Ashmead Scott
Fibber McGee & MollyFibber McGee & Molly
Show Count: 713
Broadcast History: 16 April 1935 to 2 June 1935, 8 July 1935 to 7 March 1938, 15 March 1938 to 30 June 1953, 5 October 1953 to 23 March 1956, and 1 June 1957 to 6 September 1959
Sponsor: Johnson's Wax, Pet Milk, Reynolds Aluminum
Cast: Gale Gordon, Harold Peary, Marian Jordan, Jim Jordan, Bea Benaderet, Arthur Q. Bryan, Cliff Arquette, Shirley Mitchell, Hugh Studebaker, Bill Thompson, Marlin Hurt, Isabel Randolph, Ransom Sherman, Gene Carrol
Director: Frank Pittman, Cecil Underwood, Max Hutto
Producer: Frank Pittman, Cecil Underwood, Max Hutto
Halls Of Ivy, TheHalls Of Ivy, The
Show Count: 84
Broadcast History: 6 June 1950 to 6 January 1952
Cast: Arthur Q. Bryan, Willard Waterman, Ronald Colman, Benita Hume Colman, Alan Reed, Herb Butterfield, Elizabeth Patterson, Gloria Gordon, Jerry Hausner, Paula Winslowe, Raymond Lawrence, Sheldon Leonard, Herb Vigran, Ken Christy, Jean Vander Pyl, Jeffrey Silver, Johnny McGovern, Charles Seel, Bob Seeney, Virginia Gregg, Rolfe Sedan
Director: Nat Wolff
Producer: Don Quinn, Nat Wolff
A situation comedy show, which follows the daily trials and tribulations of a college president in a small American College. It ran for two seasons from 1950 to 1952 and was aired at 8pm initially on Fridays and then on a Wednesday evening for the second season.
Milton Berle ShowMilton Berle Show
Show Count: 2
Broadcast History: 3 March 1943 to 15 June 1949
Cast: Arthur Q. Bryan, Milton Berle, Charles Irving, Ed Begley, Mary Shipp, Arnold Stang, Pert Kelton, Jack Albertson, Kay Armen, Al Kelly
Director: Cy Howard
Producer: Cy Howard
Broadcast: 23rd February 1942
Added: Mar 09 2013
Broadcast: 26th February 1945
Added: Jun 15 2012
Broadcast: 4th April 1952
Added: Aug 04 2009
Broadcast: 9th March 1951
Added: Mar 27 2008
Broadcast: 30th March 1951
Added: Apr 01 2011
Broadcast: 24th December 1946
Added: Dec 25 2003
Broadcast: 10th July 1948
Added: Aug 26 2010
Broadcast: 9th August 1952
Added: Oct 11 2007
Broadcast: 23rd February 1951
Added: Mar 13 2008
Broadcast: 1st March 1943
Added: Feb 28 2009
Broadcast: 5th December 1949
Added: Dec 05 2011
Broadcast: 16th March 1951
Added: Mar 05 2012
Broadcast: 2nd March 1951
Added: Mar 20 2008
Broadcast: 28th June 1953
Added: May 06 2011
Broadcast: 26th January 1951
Added: Mar 06 2008
Broadcast: 6th October 1941
Added: May 23 2009