Grand Central Station was a drama anthology series heard on different radio networks for almost two decades, from 1937 to 1954. It featured stories of different genres, ranging from romantic comedy to light drama, which all begin at a busy yet wonderful place in New York-- the Grand Central Station. The show is basically told what happens to the characters after they leave the station. Tom Shirley, Ken Roberts, and George Baxter served as the show’s announcers, while Alexander Scourby, Stuart Metz, and John Arthur were the narrators.
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 10 old time radio episodes:
|11.26.1940||revenge for two||
+ Blue Network. "Revenge for Two". Sponsored by: Rinso. Cupid rides the train and helps Princess Cha...
|07.01.1941||grand central station we want to get married|
|03.21.1945||grand central station grandpa crashes through||
+ WABC, New York aircheck. "Grandpa Crashes Through". Grandpa Gleason is a strange, outspoken visi...
|12.01.1945||grand central station larkspur to feed the soul||
+ WABC, New York aircheck. "Larkspur To Feed The Soul". Sponsored by: Pillsbury Snow-Sheen Flour (1...
|06.01.1946||grand central station man i'll never see|
|08.24.1946||grand central station moon blind||
+ "Moon Blind". Sponsored by: Pillsbury (two ). A country boy leaves the girl who loves him to fin...
|03.13.1948||grand central station a spray of mignonette||
+ "A Sprig Of Mignonette". Sponsored by: Pillsbury Flour. Dr. Kleehammer tries to help her brother ...
|09.18.1949||grand central station too young to understand||
+ "Too Young To Understand". Sarah Fussell portrays a young boy who also narrates the story. A far...
|12.24.1949||grand central station miracle for christmas||
+ "Miracle For Christmas". Sponsored by: Pillsbury Flour. The sixth consecutive presentation of the...
|08.18.1951||grand central station if the shoe doesn't fit||
+ "If the Shoe Doesn't Fit". Sponsored by: Pillsbury Flour and mixes. A young tap dancer tries to f...
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