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December 7, 1941 (29:34, 6.9MB)
Guests: Judy Garland, Abbott & Costello, Ray Noble - at Ft. Ord, California on Pearl Harbor Day
Judy sings "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart." Includes interruptions of continuing coverage of war developments.
May 3, 1942 (25:02, 6.8MB)
Guests Abbott and Costello, Judy Garland, Ray Noble
Judy sings "I Never Knew," Ray Noble plays "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," Judy helps Charlie pick out a Fathers Day gift for Bergen.
No. 81, August 28, 1943 (30:18, 6.9MB)
Announcer Ken Carpenter
Guests Judy Garland, Kay Kyser, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante
Judy sings "Embraceable You," "The Man I Love" (Judy Garland); "Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me" (Kay Kyser); "Sunday, Monday and Always" (Bing Crosby); "Inka Dinka Doo" and comedy routine (Jimmy Durante with Bing Crosby); Parody Medley: You Made Me Love You (Bing)/I Remember You (Judy)/That Old Black Magic (Bing and Judy)/I'm Always Chasing Rainbows (Bing)/Over the Rainbow (parody, Judy)/Moonlight Becomes You (Bing)/Why Don't You Do Right (Judy)/This Love of Mine (Bing)/You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (Bing)/It's Three O'Clock in the Morning (Bing)/When the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day (Judy)/Sweet Mystery of Life (Bing)/I Ain't Got Nobody (Judy)/It's a Great Day for the Irish (Judy); People Will Say We're in Love (Judy and Bing)
August 14, 1944 (30:38, 7MB)
Guests Judy Garland, Danny Kaye, Lauritz Melchior, Helen Forrest
Judy sings "I May Be Wrong," Danny sings comic version of "Dinah," Lauritz sings "Vesti la giubba" (from "Pagliacci"), Danny and Lauritz sing "Home on the Range," Helen sings "He's Funny That Way," Judy, Danny and Lauritz sing opera parody "Modern Travel"
February 15, 1945 (47:54, 10.9MB)
"Dick Tracy in B-Flat" or "For Goodness Sake Isn't He Ever Going To Marry Tess Trueheart?"
Hilarious parody starring Bing Crosby (as Dick Tracy), Dinah Shore (as Tess Truheart), Bob Hope (as Flattop), Frank Morgan (as "Vitamin" Flintheart), Judy Garland (as Snowflake), Frank Sinatra (as Shaky), Jerry Colonna (as Police Chief), Jimmy Durante (as The Mole), Cass Daley (as Gravel Gertie) and The Andrews Sisters (as The Summer Sisters)
Judy sings "Somewhere Over the Barrel"
November 6, 1944 (53:56, 23.3MB)
Committee to re-elect F.D.R.
Narrator: Humphrey Bogart
Guests: Judy Garland, Claudette Colbert, James Cagney, Irving Berlin, Joseph Cotten, Keenan Wynn, Groucho Marx
Judy sang "You Gotta Get Out and Vote"
May 5, 1938 (1:02:56, 15.1MB)
Host Robert Young; Guests Una Merkel, Florence Rice, Fannie Brice, Hanley Stafford, Frank Morgan, Judy Garland, Clark Gable and Meredith Willson.
"Oh, Mama" (Meredith Willson with Orchestra and Chorus); comedy patter (Robert Young and Meredith Willson); "God's Country" (Judy Garland and Chorus); Morgan's Escort Service (comedy routine by Frank Morgan and Robert Young); "I Believe in Miracles" (Meredith Willson and Orchestra); Baby Snooks (Fannie Brice and Hanley Stafford); "Manhattan Melodrama" (re-enactment by Clark Gable, Robert Young and Florence Rice); "How Deep Is the Ocean" (Judy Garland); "What I Think of Una Merkel" (comedy routine, Una Merkel and Robert Young); "Schubert's Serenade" (Judy Garland with Meredith Willson and Orchestra)
(U.S. Treasury Department public broadcast)
June 13, 1952 (14:52, 6.4MB)
Starring Judy Garland with Jack Cathcart and His Orchestra
"The Trolley Song" (Orchestra), "Judy at the Palace Medley: You Made Me Love You / For Me and My Gal / The Boy Next Door / The Trolley Song," "A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow"
Debut program: January 8, 1939 (28:31, 8.4MB)
MC: George Murphy; Starring: Jack Benny, Joan Crawford, Reginald Gardiner, Judy Garland, Oscar Bradley
"Sweet or Swing?" (Judy Garland); train imitation (Reginald); "Jeepers Creepers" (Oscar Bradley and Orchestra); address by Colonel Drake of Gulf Oil Co; "Thanks for the Memory" (operatic parody, Judy Garland); comedy patter (Jack Benny and Joan Crawford)
November 9, 1941 (28:02, 8MB)
Starring Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland
February 15, 1951 (24:44, 7.1MB)
Starring Judy Garland
Judy sings "Wishing Will Make It So"
original broadcast date unknown (1.4MB)
Features the Hardy Family, Judy Garland sings "Silent Night"
March 22, 1943 (1:00:49, 8.6MB)
Starring Judy Garland, Gene Kelly and Dick Powell
January 28, 1946 (1:03:35, 26.9MB)
Stars Judy Garland and John Hodiak
February 16, 1953 (56:34, 25.7MB)
Stars Judy Garland and John Lund
December 2, 1946 (1:02:21, 28.8MB)
Starring Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien and Tom Drake
November 17, 1941 (1:01:34, 26.4MB)
Starring Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland
October 12, 1942 (55:44, 12.7MB)
Stars John Payne, Adolphe Menjou and Judy Garland
December 28, 1942 (58:08, 13.3MB)
Stars Judy Garland and Walter Pidgeon
October 28, 1940 (58:06, 13.2MB)
Stars Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland
December 25, 1950 (1:00:49, 13.9MB)
Stars Judy Garland
No. 19, January 9, 1943 (29:53, 6.8MB)
Annoncer: Bill Goodman
Starring: Groucho Marx, Judy Garland, Jose Iturbi, Betty Grable
Judy sang: "I Never Knew" and "The Joint Is Really Jumpin' Down in Carnegie Hall" (with Jose Iturbi)
No. 91, May 17, 1944 (31:13, 7.1MB)
Dedicated to the Service Men and Women from Minnesota
Stars Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante and Arthur Treacher
Judy sings "The Trolley Song;" Bing sings "Love, Love, Love;" Judy sings "Can Do, Will Do (The Song of the SeaBees)" with male chorus; Bing sings "Amor, Amor;" Judy, Bing and Jimmy sing "Canary, Groaner and Nose"
No. 140, April 11, 1945 (29:48, 6.8MB)
Annoncer: Don Wilson
MC: Judy Garland
Guests: The Merry Macs, Carmen Cavallero, Bob Hope, Frank Nelson and Paula Winslow
Judy sang: "Love" and "(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You"
November 21, 1946 (30:12, 13.3MB)
Starring Judy Garland and Raymond E. Lewis