Jack Benny

Golden Memories of Radio

Side One - Remember Golden Radio?

  1. The Philco Radio Show with Bing Crosby, Jack Benny and Mary Livingston
  2. George Burns and Gracie Allen
  3. Eddie Cantor
  4. Amos 'n Andy

Side Two - Day Time Radio and Commercials

  1. Lorenzo Jones
  2. The Romance of Helen Trent
  3. Just Plain Bill
  4. Mary Noble, Back Stage Wife
  5. "Ma" Perkins' Last Broadcast
  6. Mary Margaret McBride with Mr. & Mrs. Alben Barkley
  7. Commercials: Interwoven Socks, Chesterfield Smoke Dreams, Pepsi-Cola, Rinso, Lava, Crisco, The Longines-Wittnauer Watch Company

Side Three - The Great Radio Comedians

  1. "Allen's Alley" with Fred Allen, Senator Claghorn, Titus Moody, and Mrs. Nusbaum
  2. The Easy Aces with Jane and Goodman Ace
  3. Baron Munchausen, featuring Jack Pearl
  4. Fibber McGee and Molly, with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jordan

Side Four - More of the Great Radio Comedians

  1. Lum 'n Abner
  2. Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks
  3. Jack Benny and Mary Livingston
  4. Mel Blanc as "The Maxwell Car"
  5. Bob Hope
  6. Fred Allen and Jack Benny

Side Five - Radio Adventure and Drama

  1. Jack Armstrong
  2. The Lone Ranger
  3. Sgt. Preston and Yukon King
  4. Terry and The Pirates
  5. Famous Jury Trials
  6. Dangerous Assignment
  7. Mr. Keene, Tracer of Lost Persons
  8. Gang Busters
  9. Suspense
  10. The Shadow

Side Six - The Classic Radio News Broadcasts

  1. KDKA Election Returns
  2. Pres. Coolidge presents Charles Lindberg to Congress
  3. Amos 'n Andy on Hoover-Smith campaign
  4. Eddie Cantor on 1929 Crash
  5. Billy Sunday on prohibition
  6. FDR is inaugurated
  7. Edwin C. Hill
  8. Bruno Hauptman is executed
  9. The Hindenburg disaster

Side Seven - The March Toward World War II

  1. The King George V Funeral
  2. Edward VIII abdicates
  3. King George VI coronation
  4. Prime Minister Chamberlain reports to the world
  5. The U.S.S. Squalus Disaster
  6. Hitler declares war on Poland
  7. Chamberlain announces war
  8. FDR: "America Hates War"
  9. Winston Churchil: "Give us the tools"

Side Eight - On-the-Spot Coverage of Sports!

  1. The Dempsey-Tunney fight
  2. Schmeling defeats Joe Louis
  3. Max Baer, Gene Tunney, Jack Dempsey comment as Louis defeats Schmeling
  4. Jesse Owen in 1936 Olympics, Ted Husing reports
  5. 1937 Davis Cup Match Budge vs. Kramm
  6. Whirl-a-way wins the Kentucky Derby
  7. Bobby Thompson home-run

Side Nine - Radio Reports World War II

  1. Pearl Harbor to Corregidor: Pearl Harbor bulletin
  2. Manila bombing
  3. FDR "Day of Infamy"
  4. Last Broadcast from Corregidor
  5. Interview with radio operator

Side Ten - Radio Reports World War II

  1. "D" Day to Final Victory
  2. Dwight D. Eisenhower announces "D" Day
  3. FDR on "D" Day
  4. "Live" report from landing ship
  5. Iwo Jima invaded
  6. FDR's death
  7. Arthur Godfrey at funeral
  8. President Truman's tribute
  9. Winston Churchill on VE Day
  10. President Truman announces Hiroshima "A" bomb attack
  11. VJ Day
  12. General MacArthur at signing of peace treaty

Side Eleven - Great Moments of Humor and Pathos

  1. Radio programs did not always follow the script: Lowell Thomas program
  2. Julian Anthony news broadcast
  3. Radio "trivia": the first radio variety series
  4. Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig on their radio show
  5. Babe Ruth's final message
  6. Lou Gehrig says "Goodbye"
  7. Amos 'n Andy Christmas program

Side Twelve - Special Production

  1. Arch Oboler presents "Cat Wife" - a full length terror drama, freshly produced, just as it was heard on Golden Radio. Cast: Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, Hal Peary, Jay Novello and Chester Stratton

Carved into the vinyl: Nothing

Inserts: Booklet, radio listings

Record List