Henry Sylvern

Show Count: 22
Series Count: 2
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: March 26, 1908, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died: July 4, 1964

Henry "Hank" Sylvern (26 March 1908 – 4 July 1964) was born in Brooklyn, NY. Hank was a U.S. organist and composer, who worked on radio and TV shows some of which are listed below:

"Suspense", 1949, TV Series, Organ Player
"Tom Corbett, Space Cadet", 1950, TV Series, Wrote Theme Song
"USA Canteen" (aka "The Jane Froman Show"), 1952, TV Series, Was Orchestra Leader and Musical Director
"The Phil Silvers Show" (aka "Sergeant Bilko", "You'll Never Get Rich"), 1955, TV Series, Involvement Unknown
"Dotto", 1958, TV Series, Involvement Unknown

He was also an organist who played music for innumerable radio shows and also wrote the following radio show theme songs:

Mark Trail Theme, The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, Space Academy March, Strike It Rich Theme

Hank Sylvern recorded a Christmas album named "Christmas in Hi-Fi (Organ and Chimes)". He also wrote the music for an MGM children's story-telling LP record (CH-103) named "The Wonderful World of Fairy Tales". Hank expressively played the organ while Robert Q. Lewis told The Ugly Duckling, The Pied Piper of Hamelin, The Sleeping Beauty, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, Beauty and the Beast, Rumpelstiltskin, Pinocchio, Thumbelina, The Little Mermaid, and The Wizard of Oz.

Source: Wikipedia

Beyond TomorrowBeyond Tomorrow
Show Count: 2
Broadcast History: 5 April 1950 to 13 April 1950
Cast: Everett Sloane, Bret Morrison, Frank Lovejoy
Director: Mitchell Grayson, William N Robson
Producer: Mitchell Grayson, William N Robson
Host: John Campbell Jr
Philo VancePhilo Vance
Show Count: 90
Broadcast History: 1948 to 1950
Cast: Jackson Beck, George Petrie, Joan Alexander
Broadcast: November 19, 1947
Added: Dec 01 2020
Broadcast: September 29, 1948
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Broadcast: October 1, 1947
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Broadcast: August 13, 1945
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Broadcast: November 12, 1947
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Broadcast: April 9, 1946
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Broadcast: April 2, 1946
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Broadcast: May 2, 1945
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Broadcast: April 25, 1945
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Broadcast: August 4, 1948
Added: Apr 20 2023