Father Peyton of the Holy Cross Fathers wanted to inspire his country with a radio program. Footing the expense of the show himself, he arranged for some of the biggest names in radio and film to donate their services, and for a network to provide the broadcast time. The series that resulted featured heartwarming stories for audiences nationwide. The commercial breaks were filled only with an earnest, non-sectarian appeal for family prayer, reminding listeners that "The family that prays together stays together."
"A MUST HAVE!!"
The ebullient energy and aggressive personality of screen legend James Cagney is in full form in this collection of radio dramatizations of his classic films.
This radio dramatization of the classic movie features the original stars, including James Cagney re-creating his Academy Award-nominated role. It aired on May 22, 1939.
"Pat Obrien and James Cagney were two of the best"
This radio dramatization of the classic movie features James Cagney re-creating his Academy Award-winning role. It originally aired on October 19, 1942.
Oboler was deeply devoted to the war effort, producing plays of men and women answering the call in spite of everything, and inspiring citizens on the home front to do the same. But, in a frightening world, perhaps he made people brave by poking a bit of fun at fear itself with his terrifying tales of the undoing of misguided souls. This 10-hour tribute featuring performances by James Cagney, Lloyd Bridges, Ingrid Bergman, Peter Lorre, Irene Dunn, Ronald Colman, Dinah Shore, Mary Astor, Olivia De Haviland, Boris Karloff, and more.
This radio dramatization of the classic movie, which also starred James Cagney, originally aired on February 9, 1948.
"James Cagney is Top of the World!"