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Luis Van Rooten

Show Count: 101
Series Count: 14
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: November 29, 1906, Mexico City, Mexico
Died: June 17, 1973, Chatham, Massachusetts, USA

Luis van Rooten, (November 29, 1906 - June 17, 1973) was an American film actor. He was christened Luis d'Antin van Rooten.

Van Rooten earned his BA at the University of Pennsylvania and worked as an architect before deciding to pursue film work in Hollywood during World War II. His felicity with languages made van Rooten an in-demand military radio announcer during the war, and he conducted a variety of broadcasts in Italian, Spanish and French. This led into film work, often in roles requiring an accent or skill with dialects.


Sorce: Wikipedia

Source: Wikipedia

Bulldog DrummondBulldog Drummond
Show Count: 6
Broadcast History: 13 April 1941 to 12 January 1949 and 3 January 1954 to 28 March 1954
Cast: George Coulouris, Santos Ortega, Ned Wever, Cedric Hardwicke, Everett Sloane, Luis Van Rooten, Rod Hendrickson
Director: Himan Brown
Producer: Himan Brown
“Out of the fog… out of the night… and into his American adventures… comes… Bulldog Drummond!” The signature is accompanied by echoing footsteps followed by a foghorn, two ominous shots and three blows of a whistle.
Cavalcade Of America, TheCavalcade Of America, The
Show Count: 559
Broadcast History: 9 October 1935 to 29 May 1939 and 2 January 1940 to 31 March 1953
Cast: John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Ray Collins, Orson Welles, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Jack Smart, Paul Stewart, Bill Johnstone, Frank Readick, Ray Sloane, Luis Van Rooten, Mickey Rooney, Cary Grant, Tyrone Power, Ronald Reagan
Director: Homer Fickett, Roger Pryor, Jack Zoller, Bill Sweets, Paul Stewart
Producer: Homer Fickett, Roger Pryor, Jack Zoller, Bill Sweets, Paul Stewart
Host: Walter Huston
Cavalcade of America is an anthology drama series that was sponsored by the DuPont Company, although it occasionally presented a musical, such as an adaptation of Show Boat, and condensed biographies of popular composers. It was initially broadcast on radio from 1935 to 1953, and later on television from 1952 to 1957. Originally on CBS, the series pioneered the use of anthology drama for company audio advertising.
Chandu The MagicianChandu The Magician
Show Count: 295
Broadcast History: 10th October 1932 to 6th September 1950
Cast: Tom Collins, Gayne Whitman, Margaret MacDonald, Bob Bixby, Betty Webb, Howard Hoffman, Cornelia Osgood, Olan Soule, Audrey McGrath, Irene Tedrow, Lee Millar, Joy Terry, Veola Vonn, Luis Van Rooten
Director: Cyril Armbrister
Chandu the Magician, one of the longest running radio adventure serials, was heard on several different networks and aired in two distinctly different series, one in the 1930s and a revival 12 years later in the 1940s and 1950s. The series was created by Harry A. Earnshaw (1878–1953) and Raymond R. Morgan.
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.
Damon Runyon Theater, TheDamon Runyon Theater, The
Show Count: 52
Broadcast History: 1948 to the mid 1950s
Cast: John Brown, Anne Whitfield, Gerald Mohr, William Conrad, Alan Reed, Herb Vigran, Frank Lovejoy, Sheldon Leonard, Eddie Marr, Luis Van Rooten, Joe DuVal, Willard Waterman, Ed Begley, Jeff Chandler, Sam Edwards, Hans Conried, Parley Baer
Director: Richard Sanville
Producer: Vern Carstensen
Starring John Brown as Broadway, the narrator of Damon Runyon’s dramatic stories of old Manhattan New York and the gangster life in the 1920’s and 1930’s. The stories could be tragic, and often quite sad as you become moved by the strength of the characters.
I Love a MysteryI Love a Mystery
Show Count: 113
Broadcast History: 16 January 1939 to 26 December 1952
Cast: Elliott Lewis, Luis Van Rooten, Russell Thorson, Michael Raffetto, Tony Randall, Robert Dryden, Jack Edwards, John McIntire, Cathy Lewis, Barton Yarborough, Jay Novello, Ben Alexander, Gloria Blondell, Cliff Arquette, Naomi Stevens, Edgar Norton, Barbara Jean Wong, Richard Legrand, Walter Paterson, Lal Chand Mehra, Jim Boles, Mercedes McCambridge
Director: Carlton E Morse
Producer: Al Span, Carlton E Morse, Buddy Twiss, Ralph Amati, George Cooney, Barney Beck
I Love A Mystery weaves a spell over its fans. It is a tale of three partners, Jack Packard, Doc Long and Reggie Yorke who formed the A-1 detective agency. They are adventurers who travel the world in search of action, thrills and mystery, battling the evils of natural and supernatural and rescuing women in distress.
Broadcast: April 13, 1941
Added: Mar 08 2016
Broadcast: 18th June 1950
Added: Nov 11 2010
Broadcast: 5th October 1964
Added: Oct 05 2012
Broadcast: July 2nd 1955
Added: Feb 06 2014
Broadcast: 4th November 1964
Added: Nov 07 2011
Broadcast: 1st February 1965
Added: Feb 06 2012
Broadcast: 14th April 1957
Added: Apr 29 2008
Broadcast: 13th August 1950
Added: Nov 16 2010
Broadcast: 20th August 1950
Added: Nov 17 2011
Broadcast: 27th January 1957
Added: Oct 05 2008
Broadcast: 18th October 1959
Added: Oct 06 2011
Broadcast: 4th September 1964
Added: Aug 30 2012
Broadcast: 1st May 1949
Added: Aug 29 2009
Broadcast: 6th October 1950
Added: Feb 23 2007
Broadcast: 26th April 1946
Added: Apr 28 2007
Broadcast: 23rd October 1956
Added: Oct 14 2010
Broadcast: April 1, 1952
Added: Jun 10 2017
Broadcast: April 3, 1952
Added: Jun 11 2017
Broadcast: 2nd July 1950
Added: Nov 12 2010
Broadcast: 17th September 1961
Added: Nov 29 2012
Broadcast: April 15, 1952
Added: Jun 24 2017
Broadcast: April 17, 1952
Added: Jun 25 2017
Broadcast: 13th June 1949
Starring: Luis Van Rooten
Added: Jun 13 2003
Broadcast: 29th November 1959
Added: Mar 25 2008
Broadcast: 5th February 1949
Added: Feb 06 2006
Broadcast: 14th June 1948
Added: Apr 21 2008
Broadcast: 27th March 1952
Added: Apr 14 2008
Broadcast: 21st August 1964
Added: Apr 12 2012
Broadcast: 27th December 1959
Added: Dec 29 2011
Broadcast: May 3, 1946
Added: Jul 21 2015
Broadcast: April 10, 1952
Added: Jun 18 2017
Broadcast: November 26, 1964
Added: May 25 2014
Broadcast: 2nd June 1965
Added: Jun 13 2011
Broadcast: December 18, 1964
Added: Oct 27 2014
Broadcast: 22nd September 1950
Added: Sep 22 2006
Broadcast: 25th June 1950
Added: Nov 11 2010
Broadcast: 17th January 1949
Added: Feb 20 2007
Broadcast: 6th August 1961
Added: Aug 06 2010
Broadcast: 28th June 1948
Added: Aug 12 2008
Broadcast: April 22, 1952
Added: Jul 01 2017
Broadcast: April 24, 1952
Added: Jul 02 2017
Broadcast: 28th September 1956
Added: Jan 11 2008
Broadcast: 25th October 1948
Added: Nov 12 2007
Broadcast: 26th October 1964
Added: Jan 26 2014
Broadcast: 27th July 1956
Added: Jul 27 2008
Broadcast: 26th February 1951
Added: Feb 28 2011
Broadcast: 17th September 1964
Added: Jun 27 2013