+ General Electric Theater is an American anthology series hosted by Ronald W. Reagan that was broadcast on CBS radio and television. The series was sponsored by General Electric's Department of Public Relations. After an audition show on January 18, 1953 entitled The Token, with Dana Andrews, the radio series, a summer replacement for The Bing Crosby Program, debuted on CBS on July 9, 1953 with Ronald Colman in Random Harvest. With such guest stars as Cary Grant, Irene Dunne, Van Johnson, Jane Wyman, William Holden, Alan Young, Dorothy McGuire, John Hodiak, Ann Blyth, James Mason, Joan Fontaine and Judy Garland the series continued until October 1, 1953. Jaime del Valle produced and directed. Ken Carpenter was the host and announcer. Wilbur Hatch supplied the music.-WikiPedia Click here to read more about General Electric Theater
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Please enjoy these 8 old time radio episodes:
|01.18.1953||the token audition||
+ "The Token". Sponsored by: General Electric. 8:30 P. M. (EST). After the story, Dana Andrews menti...
|07.23.1953||general electric theater (03) penny serenade||
+ "Penny Serenade". Sponsored by: General Electric.
|08.13.1953||general electric theater (06) the virginian||
+ "The Virginian". Sponsored by: General Electric.
|08.27.1953||general electric theater (08) sometime every summertime||
+ "Sometime Every Summertime". Sponsored by: General Electric. This is a network, sponsored version ...
|09.10.1953||general electric theater (10) state fair||
+ "State Fair". Sponsored by: General Electric ("Ring The Bell" contest).
|09.17.1953||general electric theater (11) cyrano de bergerac||
+ "Cyrano de Bergerac". Sponsored by: General Electric ("Ring The Bell" contest). This is a network,...
|09.24.1953||general electric theater (12) enchanted cottage||
+ "The Enchanted Cottage". Sponsored by: General Electric. A plain woman and a criplled man fall in...
|10.01.1953||general electric theater (13) old man's bride||
+ "The Old Man's Bride". Sponsored by: General Electric.
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