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Joseph Julian

Show Count: 42
Series Count: 9
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born:
2000 Plus2000 Plus
Show Count: 15
Broadcast History: 15 March 1950 to 2 January 1952
Cast: Richard Kollmar, Joseph Julian, Bryna Raeburn, Bill Keane, Lon Clark, Amzie Strickland
Director: Sherman H. Dryer
Producer: Sherman H. Dryer
"Science Fiction Adventures from the world of tomorrow - the years beyond 2000 AD..."
American In England, AnAmerican In England, An
Show Count: 6
Broadcast History: 3 August 1942 to 7 September 1942 and 1 December 1942 to 22 December 1942
Cast: Joseph Julian
Director: Norman Corwin
Producer: Norman Corwin, Edward R. Murrow
CBS Radio Mystery TheaterCBS Radio Mystery Theater
Show Count: 1461
Broadcast History: 6 January 1974 to 31 December 1982
Cast: Leon Janney, Evie Juster, Ralph Bell, Jackson Beck, Teri Keane, Mason Adams, Roger DeKoven, Robert Dryden, Bryna Raeburn, Joseph Julian, Ian Martin, Mary Jane Higby, William Redfield, Mandel Kramer, Paul McGrath, Amzie Strickland, Joan Lorring, Joan Banks, Elspeth Eric, Santos Ortega, Arnold Moss, Grace Matthews, Bret Morrison, Berry Kroeger, Jim Jordan, Les Tremayne
Director: Himan Brown
Producer: Himan Brown
Host: E G Marshall, Tammy Grimes
CBS Radio Mystery Theater wasn't initiated until the 1970's – long after so many radio broadcasts had failed in the intense competition with television.
Columbia Presents CorwinColumbia Presents Corwin
Show Count: 12
Broadcast History: 4 May 1941 to 9 November 1941, 7 March 1944 to 15 August 1944 and 3 July 1945 to 21 August 1945
Cast: Everett Sloane, Ted de Corsia, John Brown, Frank Gallop, Peter Donald, Kenny Delmar, Karl Swenson, Paul Stewart, Adelaide Klein , Hester Sondergaard, Luis Van Rooten, Frank Lovejoy, House Jameson, Jack Smart, Beatrice Kay, John Gibson, Arthur Vinton, Larry Robinson, Bartlett Robinson, Martin Wolfson, Joel O'Brien, Perry Lafferty, Kermit Murdock, Joseph Julian, Minerva Pious, Katherine Locke, Carl Frank, Joan Alexander, Arnold Moss, Ralph Bell, Orson Welles, Fredric March, Charles Laughton
A series of stories ranging from serious to whimsical. The most famous is On a Note of Triumph, a celebration of the Allied victory in Europe, first broadcast on VE Day, May 8, 1945.
Broadcast: 19th June 1960
Added: Jun 28 2012
Broadcast: 23rd December 1956
Added: Dec 24 2007
Broadcast: 24th August 1956
Added: Sep 01 2008
Broadcast: 28th November 1956
Added: Feb 25 2008
Broadcast: 26th June 1945
Starring: Joseph Julian
Added: Oct 30 2008
Broadcast: 11th February 1962
Added: Feb 22 2010
Broadcast: 19th June 1947
Added: Feb 17 2006
Broadcast: 18th February 1962
Added: Mar 29 2012
Broadcast: 6th February 1948
Added: May 18 2010