Family Theater is a dramatic anthology radio series that aired from 1947 to 1957. In this episode a beautiful visitor from another planet is given a jay-walking ticket by the local sheriff. Starring Eleanor Powell (hostess), Raymond Burr, Virginia Gregg, Jeanne Bates, Leo Curley, Tony La Frano (announcer), Robert Emlin.
Family Theater is a dramatic anthology radio series that aired from 1947 to 1957. In this episode, a poor juggler of old France gives the mother of the Christ child the only present he can.
The story of Jesus' journey to Jerusalem with his family, when he was 12 years of age.
The misguided governor of Washington Territory is trying to force the Indians onto poor land. William Wyatt tries to help.
Family Theater is a dramatic anthology radio series that aired from 1947 to 1957. This episode is a powerful drama about a marriage in deep trouble. Starring Betty Lynn (hostess), Jeff Chandler, Ann Blyth, Tony La Frano (anouncer), Martha Shaw, Norma Jean Nilsson, Norman Field, and Michael Hayes.
Family Theater is a dramatic anthology radio series that aired from 1947 to 1957. This episode is the story of "Sugarfoot Calhoun", an American minstrel legend who decides to go into television. A heart attack just before the first show forces his reluctant son to follow an old tradition. Starring Rosalind Russell (hostess), Eddie Cantor, Merrill Ross (announcer), Ann Tobin, George Neise, Leo Cleary, and GeGe Pearson.
William Bendix hosts and plays Father Time. He takes a look back at 1947, takes a hopeful look ahead to 1948, and endeavors to find the happiest person in the world.
During the Depression, a family somehow manages to get along through the years. Glenn Langan, Alma Lawton, Ken Harvey, Colleen Collins, Pattee Chapman, Marion Richmond, J. Edgar Hoover (host), Ruth Hussey.
A little British orphan comes to America, finding that adjusting to a new life is made easier by a new "boyfriend".