BARBARA STANWYCK RADIO APPEARANCES

1930s

Air Date Radio Show Title Run Time Players
3-Aug-1936 The Lux Radio Theatre Main Street 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray
11-Oct-1937 The Lux Radio Theatre Stella Dallas 60 Barbara Stanwyck, John Boles, Anne Shirley
31-Oct-1937 The Charlie McCarthy Show 60 Barbara Stanwyck Guest
7-Nov-1937 The Charlie McCarthy Show 60 Barbara Stanwyck Guest
6-Dec-1937 The Lux Radio Theatre These Three 59 Errol Flynn, Barbara Stanwyck, Mary Astor
13-Feb-1938 The Charlie MacCarthy Show (The Chase and Sanborn Hour) “The Straw,” by Eugene O’Neill. 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Charlie MacCarthy.  Barbara Stanwyck appears in, “The Straw,” by Eugene O’Neill. Charlie and Barbara remember the old South and then sing, “Thanks For The Memory.”
4-Apr-1938 The Lux Radio Theatre Dark Victory 59 Barbara Stanwyck, Melvyn Douglas. The 1939 film of the same name (starring Bette Davis) was reportedly inspired by this broadcast.
29-May-1938 The Charlie McCarthy Show Life Saving from Octopus 60 Barbara Stanwyck Guest. Barbara Stanwyck’s pool
19-Sep-1938 The Lux Radio Theatre Morning Glory 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Ralph Bellamy
4-Dec-1938 America Calling Rededication Day 60 Multi-star cast. Jack Benny, Clark Gable, Dick Powell, Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
5-Feb-1939 The Charlie McCarthy Show Paper Route 60 Barbara Stanwyck and Sterling Holloway. Guests perform “Honeymoon Around the World” and “Next Time We Meet”
13-Mar-1939 The Lux Radio Theatre So Big! 60 Otto Kruger, Barbara Stanwyck, Preston Foster, Fay Wray
18-Sep-1939 The Lux Radio Theatre Wuthering Heights 60  Barbara Stanwyck, Brian Aherne, Ida Lupino
6-Nov-1939 The Lux Radio Theatre Only Yesterday 60 Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent

1940s

Air Date Radio Show Title Run Time Players
7-Jan-1940 The Jack Benny Program Golden Boy 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Jack Benny. Guest Barbara Stanwyck visits Jack’s house to rehearse a scene from “Golden Boy
25-Mar-1940 The Lux Radio Theatre Remember The Night 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Beulah Bondi, Fred MacMurray
31-Mar-1940 The Screen Guild Theatre Allergic To Love 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
29-Apr-1940 The Lux Radio Theatre Smilin’ Through 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
8-Feb-1941  America Calling Greek War Relief 90 Multi-star cast. Jack Benny and Bob Hope are “co-masters of ceremonies.  Stanwyck, Robert Taylor and Melvyn Douglas do a a small comedy routine
28-Sep-1941 The Screen Guild Theatre Meet John Doe 30 Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward Arnold
19-Oct-1941 The Screen Guild Theatre Nothing Sacred 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
9-Mar-1942 The Lux Radio Theatre The Lady Eve 45 Barbara Stanwyck, Ray Milland, Charles Coburn
27-Apr-1942 The Lux Radio Theatre Penny Serenade 60 Robert Taylor, Barbara Stanwyck, Beulah Bondi, Edgar Buchanan
1-Jun-1942 The Lux Radio Theatre Ball of Fire 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray
30-Jun-1942 Command Performance Program #20 29 Multi-star Cast. Groucho and Barbara Stanwyck do a comedy routine
14-Sep-1942 The Lux Radio Theatre This Above All 60 Tyrone Power, Barbara Stanwyck, James Kirkwood
11-Oct-1942  The Jack Benny Program Jack Takes Two Cadets to Barbara Stanwyck’s House 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Jack Benny. The program originates from The Santa Ana Army Air Base, California.
2-Nov-1942 The Screen Guild Theatre My Favorite Wife 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
23-Nov-1942 The Lux Radio Theatre The Gay Sisters 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Young
12-Apr-1943 The Screen Guild Theatre Pittsburgh 30 Marlene Dietrich, Randolph Scott, John Wayne. Barbara Stanwyck speaks for the War Loan
12-Apr-1943 Lum and Abner Program #391 10 Chester Lauck, Norris Goff, Barbara Stanwyck. Guest Barbara Stanwyck makes an appeal for the sale of war bonds
2-May-1943 The Charlie McCarthy Show Charlie’s growing a moustache 23 Barbara Stanwyck, Charlie McCarthy, Edgar Bergen. Guest Barbara Stanwyck volunteers to be Charlie’s manager and get a raise for him from Bergen
28-Jun-1943 The Lux Radio Theatre The Great Man’s Lady 59 Barbara Stanwyck, Joseph Cotton
28-Nov-1943 The Jack Benny Program Dennis tries to get a raise from Jack. Butterfly McQueen applies for the job of maid for Mary 29 Barbara Stanwyck, Jack Benny, Phil Harris, Dennis Day, Butterfly McQueen. Barbara Stanwyck substitutes for Mary who is out with laryngitis.
27-Dec-1943 Front Line Theater Ham for Sale 30 Jack Benny, Barbara Stanwyck, Basil Rathbone, Michael Curtiz
19-Mar-1944 The Jack Benny Program Dennis dreams Barbara Stanwyck is in love with him 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Dennis Day
27-Mar-1944 The Screen Guild Theatre Why Jack Is Not Going To Appear On The Screen Guild Theatre 29 Barbara Stanwyck, Jack Benny, Basil Rathbone. Jack Benny tries to get a part on the Screen Guild show in order to do a love scene with Barbara Stanwyck
18-Apr-1944 The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show Program#34 30 Barbara Stanwyck, George Burns, Gracie Allen. Gracie and guest Barbara Stanwyck decide to clean house
30-Jul-1944 Command Performance Program #131 31 Barbara Stanwyck (m. c.), Dick Haymes, Errol Flynn, June Allyson
30-Nov-1944 Lum and Abner 12 Chester Lauck, Norris Goff, Barbara Stanwyck. Barbara Stanwyck appears on the show to appeal for the Sixth War Loan
5-Mar-1945 The Screen Guild Theatre Double Indemnity 29 Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck
9-Sep-1946 The Screen Guild Theatre Waterloo Bridge 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
30-Mar-1947 Woodbury Hollywood News Interview 15 Louella Parsons, Barbara Stanwyck and David Niven. Louella in New York interviews David Niven (in Los Angeles) and Barbara Stanwyck (aboard the S. S. America in mid-ocean) at the same time. David and Barbara will soon appear together in, “The Other Love.”
21-Apr-1947 The Lux Radio Theatre My Reputation 60 Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent
16-Jun-1947 The Lux Radio Theatre The Other Love 60 Barbara Stanwyck, George Bent, Richard Conte
5-Apr-1948 The Screen Guild Theatre One Way Passage 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor, War Bond
17-Oct-1948 The Jack Benny Program Sorry, Wrong Number 30 Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Day. After a dramatization of a scene from the movie, guest Barbara Stanwyck joins the cast for its version of, “Sorry, Wrong Number”
23-Nov-1948 This is Your Life 30 Multi cast program. Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Crawford, Al Jolson, John Lund.  The subject of the show is Ada Nelligan of Long Island. She was a much-beloved theatrical wardrobe lady, known by many famous performers.
10-Apr-1949 The Jack Benny Program Dennis Dreams he is a Star 30 Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Day
5-May-1949 The Screen Guild Theatre Undercurrent 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
31-Oct-1949 Screen Directors’ Playhouse Remember The Night 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Gerald Mohr

1950s

Air Date Radio Show Title Run Time Players
9-Jan-1950 The Lux Radio Theatre Sorry, Wrong Number 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Burt Lancaster
16-Feb-1950 The Screen Guild Theatre Double Indemnity 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Taylor
23-Jun-1950 Screen Directors’ Playhouse The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Norma Jean Nilsson
19-Oct-1950 Suspense The Wages of Sin 30 Barbara Stanwyck
30-Oct-1950 The Lux Radio Theatre Double Indemnity 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray
6-Nov-1950 Hollywood Star Playhouse Not The Nervous Type 30 Barbara Stanwyck
11-Nov-1950  Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood 30 Barbara Stanwyck does a scene from The Furies. Robert Taylor, just back from filming “Quo Vadis,” is in the hospital.
8-Dec-1950 The MGM Theater of the Air Dance, Fool, Dance 60 Barbara Stanwyck
11-Dec-1950 The Lux Radio Theatre B.F.’s Daughter 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Stewart Granger
14-Dec-1950 Screen Directors’ Playhouse Lady Gambles 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Stephen McNally, William Conrad, Paul Avery
1951 George Fisher Interviews The Stars Program #101,102,103,104 13 Interviews with: Eleanor Parker, Hope Emerson, William Holden, Barbara Stanwyck
15-Mar-1951 Screen Directors’ Playhouse Thelma Jordon 59 Barbara Stanwyck, Wendell Corey,William Conrad
23-Apr-1951 Hollywood Star Playhouse Father’s Day 30 Barbara Stanwyck
27-Jun-1951 Family Theatre Days Of Grace 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Louis Hayward. A woman in wartime London entertains her fiance’s brother while he’s at the front. A love affair with the brother is inevitable. The story has a surprise (and tragic) ending.
26-Jul-1951 Hollywood Star Playhouse I’m A Coward 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Ken Peters, Herb Lytton.  A librarian attempts to capture, “The Omaha Ripper”
21-Sep-1951 Screen Directors’ Playhouse No Man of Her Own 30 Barbara Stanwyck
14-Jan-1952 The Lux Radio Theatre Goodbye, My Fancy 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Roland Young
2-Mar-1952 Theater Guild on the Air, United States Steel Hour Portrait in Black 60 Barbara Stanwyck, Richard Widmark
6-Mar-1952 Hollywood Sound Stage Dark Victory 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Carleton Young, Paula Winslowe, Hugh Douglas (host)
22-May-1952 Hallmark Playhouse Marcia Burns 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Raymond Burr
25-May-1952 Hollywood Star Playhouse Mrs. Teckey 30 Barbara Stanwyck
15-Jun-1952 The Screen Guild Theatre Hold Back The Dawn 29 Barbara Stanwyck, Jean Pierre Aumont
3-Aug-1952 Hollywood Star Playhouse The Third Fate 30 Barbara Stanwyck
10-Sep-1952 Family Theatre The Leading Lady 30 Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Ryan, Roddy McDowall (host). A private detective hired to protect an actress’ jewels is actually in cahoots with the jewel thieves…or is he?
10-Feb-1954 Family Theatre It’s Not The Money 30 Barbara Stanwyck, George Nader, Irene Dunne (hostess). An intriguing drama about an inheritance and the price of one’s principles.
28-Feb-1954 NBC Star Playhouse The Lady Eve 55 Barbara Stanwyck
15-Mar-1954 The Lux Radio Theatre Jeopardy 55 Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, Tony Barrett. Barbara Stanwyck makes a beautiful blooper at the end and cracks up the whole cast.
18-Apr-1954 Stagestruck How The Stage Helped Make Hollywood History 60 Mult-cast. Barbara Stanwyck, Mary Pickford, Katharine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Clarke Gable, Robert Tayloe, Greta Garbo

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