((((OTR)))) Blondie

Blondie comix

Blondie on Radio
Blondie, a comic strip created by cartoonist Chic Young. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, the strip has been published in newspapers since September 8, 1930. The Blondie film series (1938–1950) and the popular Blondie radio program (1939–1950).

Dagwood Bumstead, son of a billionaire tycoon, J. Bolling Bumstead, gave up his inheritance to marry Blondie Boopadoop. The series deals with the bumbling Dagwood’s problems and often involves Blondie coming to the rescue.

Blondie’s Valentines Day Problem

1939 – CBS Mondays at 7:30pm.
Sponsor: Camel cigarettes
July 1944 – NBC Blue Network Fridays at 7pm from July 21 to September 1
Sponsor: Colgate-Palmolive’s Super Suds
August 1944 CBS on Sundays at 8pm from August 13, 1944 – June 1945; 1945 to September 26, 1948 Mondays at 7:30pm.
Sponsor: Colgate-Palmolive’s Super Suds
October 6, 1948 NBC on Wednesdays at 8pm until June 29, 1949.
ABC October 6, 1949 – July 6, 1950 Thursday 8pm; 8:30pm May 1950 to end of run
Starring: Penny Singleton as Blondie — Penny was later the voice of Jane Jetson in the ‘Jetsons’ cartoon series.
Penny Singleton left the series and was replaced by Patricia Lake in the mid-1940s.
Arthur Lake as Dagwood
Writers: Johnny Greene, William Moore, Ashmead Scott
Announcers: Bill Goodwin, Howard Petrie, Harlow Wilcox, Leone Ledoux -Alexander
Tommy Cook – Alexander
Larry Sims -Alexander
Jeffrey Silver – Alexander
Marlene Aames – Cookie
Norma Jean Nilsson – Cookie
Joan Rae – Cookie
Hanley Stafford – J.C. Dithers
Elvia Allman – Mrs. Dithers
Frank Nelson – Herb Woodley
Harold Peary -Herb Woodley

Music: Harry Lubin, Billy Artz and Lou Kosloff

(((( OTR )))) Fibber McGee & Molly

Fibber McGee & Molly
Network: NBC
Jim Jordan and Marian Jordan [husband and wife] Also starring: Bill Thompson, Gale Gordon, Arthur Q. Bryan, Richard Legrand
Written by: Phil Leslie and Keith Fowler
Announcer: Harlow Wilcox
Music: The Kingsmen and The Billy Mills Orchestra
Sponsor: Johnson’s Wax, Pet Milk, Reynolds Aluminum

Fibber McGee & Molly – McGee Plays Cupid 1952-01-29