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The Charlotte Greenwood Show

  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-08-08 #009 Train Ride to New York

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 14s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show1944-08-15 #010 Attic Antique Sold (aka The Sewing Table)

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 19s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-10-22 #002 Designer Contract Probs (aka Fr. Fashion Designer)

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 28m 16s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-10-29 #003 Charlotte Watches A Sea Bag

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 18s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-11-05 #004 Newspaper Ad Mix-up (aka Advertising Mistake)

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 19s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-11-12 #005 Charlotte's Car Miix-up Wedding (aka Elope in Wrong Car)

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 10s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-11-19 #006 Flying Trip to Hollywood (aka Housing Shortage)

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 14s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-11-26 #007 Mr. Malone's Mystery Novel

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 18s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-12-03 #008 Baby Left w Charlotte at Bus Stop

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 16s
  • Charlotte Greenwood Show 1944-12-10 #009 Charlotte Helps AWOL Soldier (aka Army Trouble)

    23 JAN 2022 · The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946. The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
    Played 29m 19s

The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October...

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The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946.

The program began as a summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show. Newspaper columnist Hedda Hopper reported, "The interesting thing is that she (Charlotte Greenwood) got the job on a couple of scripts written by her husband, Martin Broones, who's never before written for radio."
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