+Kay Fairchild, the stepmother: Sunda Love, Janet Logan, Charlotte Manson. John Fairchild, Kay's husband: Francis X. Bushman, Bill Green, Charles Penman, Willard Waterman. Peggy Fairchild: Peggy Wall, Barbara Fuller. Mrs. Fletcher was by Edith Davis. Adella Winston: Cornelia Osgood. Genevieve Porter: Ethel Owen, Donelda Currie, Betty Arnold. Leonard Clark: Ken Christy. Reginald Brooks: Marvin Miller. Bud Fairchild: Cornelius Peeples. Mother Fairchild was by Bess McCammon. David Houseman: Harry Elders. Edith Wood: June Meredith. Pat Rority: Stan Gordon. Boss McKinney: Stan Gordon. Mattie, the maid: Edith Davis, Guila Adams. Bert Weston: John Larkin, Robert Guilbert. Jim: Robert Guilbert. Billy Fairchild: Elmira Roessler, Jane Gilbert. Andy Clayton was by Forrest Lewis, Don Gallagher. Ginnie Sawyers: Dorothy Gregory. Jamie O'Connor was by Dick Ahearne. Luella Hayworth: Betty Hanna. Pop: Francis "Dink" Trout. Gerald Lowe: Karl Weber. Announcer: Roger Krupp. Directors: Les Weinrot, Art Glad. Writer: Roy Maypole, Jr.
On CBS and was sponsored by Colgate (1/17/1938-7/10/1942).
Theme was the Minute Waltz by Chopin
+ A CBS radio soap opera which aired from 1938 thru 1942, was a soap opera about a real life story of a woman who raised another woman's children. The episodes describe the erupting difficulties and adjustments involved in raising a ready made family and the challenges sometimes faced in dealing with in-laws. The program sponsors were Cashmere Bouquet Hand lotion and Colgate toothpowder; Colgate advertised to both mothers and step mothers, the importance of good dental hygiene.
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