Gale Page

Gale Page

Show Count: 8
Series Count: 1
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Born: July 23, 1913
Old Time Radio, Spokane, Washington, USA
Died: January 8, 1983, Santa Monica, California, USA
An American actress. Born Sally Perkins Rutter in Spokane, Washington, Page was a radio actress and singer before being signed to a Hollywood film contract by Warner Brothers in 1938.

Page made her film debut in Crime School (1938) and also appeared in The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938) before winning the role of the fourth daughter in Four Daughters (1938). She costarred in this with the Lane Sisters and was only film "daughter" not played by one of the Lanes. She appeared in three other films with the Lane sisters: Daughters Courageous (1939) and the two "Four Daughters" sequels: Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941).

Page appeared in only 16 films during her career, including Heart of the North (1938), You Can't Get Away with Murder (1939), Naughty but Nice (1939), Indianapolis Speedway (1939), A Child is Born (1939), They Drive by Night (1940), Knute Rockne, All American(1940), The Time of Your Life (1948) and Anna Lucasta (1949). She was also a semiregular performer on the television series Robert Montgomery Presents from 1954 until 1957.

She died in Santa Monica, California, aged 69, from undisclosed causes.

Source: Wikipedia

Fibber McGee & MollyFibber McGee & Molly
Show Count: 1144
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: Marian Jordan, Jim Jordan, Arthur Q. Bryan, Cliff Arquette, Shirley Mitchell, Hugh Studebaker, Bill Thompson, Marlin Hurt, Isabel Randolph, Ransom Sherman, Gene Carrol, Bea Benaderet, Gale Gordon, Harold Peary
Director: Frank Pittman, Cecil Underwood, Max Hutto
Producer: Frank Pittman, Cecil Underwood, Max Hutto
Fibber McGee & Molly was first broadcast in 1935 and ran in a variety of formats until the final broadcast in 1956. Jim and Marian Jordan played Fibber and his wife Molly in this hilarious domestic comedy.
Broadcast: 18th March 1946
Starring: Gale Page, Dick Foran
Added: Feb 21 2008
Broadcast: 4th May 1943
Added: Apr 28 2005
Broadcast: February 17, 1941
Added: Jun 13 2001
Broadcast: 19th July 1945
Starring: Gale Page, Lou Merrill
Added: Nov 14 2009