+ Meet Corliss Archer, a program from radio's Golden Age, ran from January 7, 1943 to September 30, 1956. Although it was CBS's answer to NBC's popular A Date with Judy, it was also broadcast by NBC in 1948 as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. From October 3, 1952 to June 26, 1953, it aired on ABC, finally returning to CBS. Despite the program's long run, less than 24 episodes are known to exist.
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 12 old time radio episodes:
+ It is Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs Archer. Their daughter Corliss is not suffering...
|06.23.1946||a rival boyfriend||
+ Sponsored by: Campbell's Soup (2 ). Corliss wants Princess Zoroaster to tell her fortune. Who wi...
|08.11.1946||meet corliss archer babysitting job||
+ This morning on her way to breakfast Corliss stops by in the kitchen for a few words with Louise b...
+ Sponsored by: Campbell's Soup. Corliss gets a job as a baby sitter, without telling her parents!
|04.06.1947||meet corliss archer the beauty contest|
|04.06.1947||sweetheart of the year contest||
+ Sponsored by: Campbell's Soup. 9:00 P.M. Corliss tries to become, "Sweetheart Of The Year."
|04.09.1950||meet corliss archer (20) mr. archer's new suit given to the salvation army||
+ Program #19. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. A confused phone book causes Mr. Archer's new ...
|06.24.1956||meet corliss archer corliss sees 'romeo and juliet'||
+ Corliss has seen "Romeo and Juliet" and gets romantic ideas about Dexter. Meanwhile, Mr. Archer ...
|09.16.1956||meet corliss archer corliss decides dexter's future is in law||
+ Corliss decides her boyfriend Dexter's future is in the legal profession, which leads to the los...
|N/A||meet corliss archer corliss the writer|
|N/A||meet corliss archer visiting new york city|
|N/A||meet corliss archer dexter sees corliss going out with jerry allen|
|N/A||meet corliss archer dexter's rival|
|N/A||dexters life insurance policy|
|N/A||who bought the lawnmower|
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