Good News of 1939 (DWG 0338)

The broadcast of Good News of 1939, which was originally broadcast on March 2, 1939, is included on this cassette tape. The guests on the program were Jimmy Stewart, Joan Crawford, Lew Ayres, Frank Morgan, Fanny Brice, Hanley Stafford, Gertrude Niesen and Miliza Korjus. The “Good News of 1939” link below will take you to…

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Suspense (DWG 0889)

This cassette, issued by DWG, contains three Suspense programs, including one which starred Jimmy Stewart. The Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) version of The Rescue, broadcast April 19, 1951, is the Stewart show. The regular broadcast version of this show doesn’t seem to be in general circulation. Clicking on “The Rescue” below will take you…

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Lux Radio Theatre (DWG 0723)

Featured on this cassette release is a rehearsal version of Destry Rides Again. The recording was made on November 4, 1945. The actual broadcast was the following day on Lux Radio Theatre. It starred Jimmy Stewart and Joan Blondell. The “Lux Radio Theatre – Destry Rides Again” link below will take you to the original…

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Madame X (Radio Showcase)

In 1986, Radio Showcase issued a series of Lux Radio Theatre programs on cassette. Thus far, we have only been able to locate one Jimmy Stewart program in this series – Madame X (D734). The show, also featuring Ann Harding, was originally broadcast on June 14, 1937. If you haven’t yet listened to this program…

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This is Jimmy Stewart…Please Leave a Message After the Tone

No, Jimmy Stewart did not make a phone answering machine outgoing message! But, Rich Little did and he could sound as much like Stewart as anyone. Little’s cassette tape with ten different messages was issued by Radio Shack (43-419). Actually, Stewart’s impersonation was heard twice on the tape. The first time was at the beginning…

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You Are the Flag

This special audio-visual presentation was prepared by Milton Caniff and Jimmy Stewart. Caniff did the artwork and wrote the text of You Are the Flag and Stewart tape recorded the text. His reading is backed by Fred Waring’s Pennsylvanians. The mural and reading were made a permanent part of the Scout Center of the Allegheny…

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