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The Music of Bob Crosby
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This week on Radio's Golden Age, we have music courtesy of BOB CROSBY AND HIS ORCHESTRA, recorded at the Congress Hotel in Chicago back in 1937. We also have a chilling tale of SUSPENSE with Frederic March, and comedy courtesy of THE FRED ALLEN SHOW.
Episode Segments:
Radio's Golden Age: Bob Crosby and his Orchestra

BOB CROSBY AND HIS ORCHESTRA (3-2-37) From the Congress Hotel in Chicago, with vocals by Kay Weber and Bob Crosby. Sustaining, NBC.
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Radio's Golden Age: Suspense and Fred Allen

SUSPENSE (8-24-44) “Actor’s Blood” starring Frederic March and Ben Hecht, who receives an invitation from an actor to reveal a murderer. Roma Wines, CBS.

FRED ALLEN SHOW (10-27-46) Guest Tallulah Bankhead joins Fred for a spoof of husband-and-wife morning shows. Tender Leaf Tea, NBC.
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