Frank Gabrielson

Show Count: 11
Series Count: 1
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: March 13, 1910, New York, USA
Died: January 24, 1980 , Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Frank Gabrielson (March 13, 1910-January 24, 1980) was an American stage, film, and television writer. His stage work includes The Wizard of Oz as adapted in 1942 for The Muny, Days of Our Youth, also performed as The Bo Tree and Most Likely to Succeed (1939) and The Great Whitewash, also known as The More the Merrier, co-written with Irvin Pincus, (1941). He was also contributed to Jerome Moross's revue, Parade (1935).

Screenwriting credits include Something for the Boys (1944), Don Juan Quilligan (1945), It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946), and Flight of the Doves (1971).

His television work includes Leave It to Beaver, National Velvet, Mama, The Real McCoys, Suspense, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents, among others. He wrote several episodes ofShirley Temple's Storybook, including The Land of Oz episode.

Source: Wikipedia

Cavalcade Of America, TheCavalcade Of America, The
Show Count: 759
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.