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Marvin Miller

Marvin Miller

Show Count: 166
Series Count: 11
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Born: July 18, 1913
Old Time Radio, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Died: February 8, 1985, Los Angeles, California, USA
Beulah Show, TheBeulah Show, The
Show Count: 16
Broadcast History: 2 July 1945 to 17 March 1946, 24 February 1947 to 20 August 1947, 24 November 1947 to 10 April 1953 and 28 September 1953 to 28 May 1954
Sponsor: Procter & Gamble, General Foods, General Motors
Cast: Lois Corbett, Marlin Hurt, Hattie McDaniel, Lillian Randolph, Amanda Randolph, Hugh Studebaker, Mary Jane Croft, Henry Blair, Ruby Dandridge, Ernie Whitman, Sammy Ogg, Bob Corley, Butterfly McQueen, Nicodemus Stewart, Roy Glenn, Jess Kirkpatrick, John Brown, Louise Beavers, Vivian Dandridge, Dorothy Dandridge
Director: Tom McKnight, Steve Hatos
Producer: Helen Mack, Tom McKnight, Steve Hatos
An American situation-comedy series that ran on CBS Radio from 1945 to 1954, and on ABC Television from 1950 to 1952. The show is notable for being the first sitcom to star an African American actress.
Burns & AllenBurns & Allen
Show Count: 160
Broadcast History: 15 February 1932 to 13 June 1934, 19 September 1934 to 24 March 1937, 12 April 1937 to 1 August 1938, 30 September 1938 to 23 June 1939, 4 October to 1939 to 26 June 1940, 1 July 1940 to 24 March 1941, 7 October 1941 to 30 June 1942, 6 October 1942 to 25 June 1945, 20 September 1945 to 23 June 1949 and 21 September 1949 to 17 May 1950
Sponsor: Robert Burns Panatella, White Owl Cigars, Campbell Soups, Grape Nuts, Chesterfield Cigarettes, Hinds Cream, Hormel Meats, Lever Brothers, Swan Soap, Maxwell House Coffee Time, Block Drugs
Cast: Gracie Allen, George Burns, Elvia Allman, Mel Blanc, Margaret Brayton, Sara Berner, Clarence Nash, Elliott Lewis, Mary Lee Robb, Richard Crenna, Joseph Kearns, Eric Snowden, Bea Benaderet, Hal March, Gerald Mohr, Marvin Miller, Wally Maher, Doris Singleton, Dawn Bender, Tommy Bernard, Gale Gordon, Hans Conried
Director: Ed Gardner, Ralph Levy, Al Kaye
Producer: Ed Gardner, Ralph Levy, Al Kaye
Date With Judy, ADate With Judy, A
Show Count: 39
Broadcast History: 24 June 1941 to 16 September 1941, 23 June 1942 to 15 September 1942, 18 January 1944 to 4 January 1949 and 13 October 1949 to 25 May 1950
Cast: Lois Corbett, Ann Gillis, Paul McGrath, Margaret Brayton, Tommy Bond, Lurene Tuttle, Dellie Ellis, Stanley Farrar, Louse Erickson, Joseph Kearns, John Borwn, Bea Benaderet, Georgia Backus, Myra Marsh, Dix Davis, Harry Harvey, Richard Crenna, Sandra Gould
Director: Tom McAvity, Helen Mack
Producer: Tom McAvity, Helen Mack, Robert Holmes, Clara Groves
Father Knows BestFather Knows Best
Show Count: 112
Broadcast History: 25 August 1949 to 19 November 1953
Sponsor: General Foods
Cast: Robert Young, Sam Edwards, Norma Jean Nilsson, Herb Vigran, June Whitley, Eleanor Audley, Ted Donaldson, Rhoda Williams, Jean Vander Pyl
Director: Ken Burton, Fran Van Hartesfeldt, Murray Bolen
Producer: Ken Burton, Fran Van Hartesfeldt, Murray Bolen
An American radio and television comedy series which portrayed a middle class family life in the Midwest. It was created by writer Ed James in the 1940s, and ran on radio from 1949 to 1954 and on television from 1954 to 1960.
Railroad Hour, TheRailroad Hour, The
Show Count: 133
Broadcast History:
Sponsor: Association of American Railroads
Cast: Gordon MacRae, Stanley Farrar, Nadine Conner , Tom McKee, Mary Jane Croft, Ken Christy, Norma Varden, Herb Butterfield, Theodore von Eltz, Dorothy Kirsten, Jane Powell, Nadine Connor
Director: Norman Luboff
The Railroad Hour was a radio series of musical dramas and comedies broadcast from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s. Even though the shows do feature scripts, it was all about the songs - so if you love a good old sing-along, The Railroad Hour will tick all of the boxes.
Stars Over HollywoodStars Over Hollywood
Show Count: 72
Broadcast History: 31st May 1941 - 25th September 1954
Sponsor: Dari Rich Products, Armour and Company, Carnation Evaporated Milk
Cast: Hope Emerson, Edmund Gwenn, Joan Crawford, Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone, Jane Wyman
Director: Paul Pierce, Les Mitchel
Producer: Paul Pierce, Les Mitchel
Host: Art Gilmore, Art Ballinger
This thirty minute Saturday morning program featured family oriented stories often with a strong moral that were either written especially for the program or were adapted from famous stories such as Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol and Louisa May Alcott's Little Women.
Broadcast: December 14, 1944
Starring: Marvin Miller
Added: May 06 2013
Broadcast: 4th September 1948
Added: Dec 01 2008
Broadcast: 25th September 1975
Added: May 15 2010
Broadcast: 7th July 1976
Added: Nov 22 2013
Broadcast: 16th December 1953
Added: Dec 18 2011
Broadcast: 6th March 1949
Added: May 14 2012
Broadcast: 21st October 1947
Added: Nov 10 2013
Broadcast: 5th July 1953
Added: Sep 13 2012
Broadcast: 7th May 1950
Added: Mar 25 2011
Broadcast: 11th December 1948
Added: Dec 11 2007
Broadcast: April 14, 1947
Added: Mar 27 2016
Broadcast: February 22, 1949
Added: Jan 10 2016
Broadcast: 25th May 1948
Added: Aug 24 2013
Broadcast: 6th December 1959
Added: Dec 06 2011
Broadcast: 2nd October 1947
Added: Oct 02 2005
Broadcast: 15th September 1975
Added: Oct 19 2013
Broadcast: 10th September 1950
Added: Nov 15 2008
Broadcast: 24th August 1958
Added: Aug 22 2011
Broadcast: 13th August 1948
Added: Sep 10 2005
Broadcast: 8th May 1960
Added: May 07 2012
Broadcast: 1st September 1957
Added: Sep 24 2010
Broadcast: 17th August 1945
Added: Jun 15 2007
Broadcast: 26th June 1952
Added: Jul 28 2011
Broadcast: 16th October 1949
Added: Oct 23 2007
Broadcast: 21st October 1954
Added: May 31 2011
Broadcast: December 15, 1946
Added: Nov 24 2014
Broadcast: 18th December 1949
Added: Dec 18 2007