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    • Duke's Radio/Audio Spots

      DUKE'S RADIO/ AUDIO SPOTS

      1939 Stagecoach complete soundtrack, music and dialogue from the 1939 classic film 2 disk set AUDIO
      1940 8” 78 RPM record with a photo of John Wayne on one side, and “An Intimate Chat With John Wayne” on the other side (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO WANTED
      1942 In Old California (aka War of the Wildcats) radio broadcast 31 May 1942 AUDIO - RADIO
      1942 Lady for a night audio adaptation released 5 January 1942 AUDIO - RADIO
      1942 Three Sheets to the Wind 26 episodes on NBC radio, Broadcast: 15 February - 5 July 1942 (Ref: On The Air: The Encyclopaedia of Old-Time Radio By John Dunning 1998) (Ref: radiogoldindex.com) FIRST EPISODE ONLY on CD 005 x 2 copies FULL SERIES WANTED AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1943 A lady takes a chance radio commercials x 14 AUDIO - RADIO
      1943 Pittsburgh, Lady Esther presents the Screen Guild Players in, radio broadcast from the Screen Guild theatre 12 April 1943 AUDIO - RADIO
      1943 War of the Wildcats (aka In old Oklahoma) radio Broadcast 6 December 1943 AUDIO - RADIO
      1946 Melody Roundup radio show 1 AUDIO - RADIO
      1946 Stagecoach, radio broadcast from the Academy Award theatre broadcast 5 April 1946 on Stagecoach DVD AUDIO - RADIO
      1947 Angel and the Badman, the. Hedda Hopper Show production on CBS radio 5 April 1947 (Ref: otrsite.com/logs/logh1018.htm) Angel and the bad man CBS 5 April 1947 (Hedda Hopper show production) Series: "THE HEDDA HOPPER SHOW" "THIS IS HOLLYWOOD", CBS PROCTOR & GAMBLE aired on Saturdays 10:15 - 10:45 pm, HOST: Hedda Hopper, ANNOUNCER: Bernard Dudley, PRODUCER: Frank Woodruff, WRITER: Bill Hampton, MUSIC: Adolph Deutsch "THE ANGEL AND THE BAD MAN" Episode number 27, aired 04-05-1947, length 30:00 minutes starring John Wayne. AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1948 Red River original soundtrack AUDIO
      1948 An Interview with John Wayne (possibly the same as above) 78 rpm record (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO WANTED
      1949 Sands of Iwo Jima original soundtrack AUDIO
      1949 Fort Apache, radio broadcast from the Screen Directors Playhouse 5 August 1949 AUDIO - RADIO
      1949 Melody Roundup radio show 2 AUDIO - RADIO
      1949 Red River, radio broadcast from the Lux Radio theatre 7 March 1949 AUDIO - RADIO
      1949 Stagecoach, radio broadcast from NBC theatre presents, 9 January 1949 and on Cassette AUDIO - RADIO
      1949 Truth or Consequences, NBC Radio, 8 May 1949 (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1950 Rio Grande original soundtrack AUDIO
      1950 Bob Hope & Friends Radio show 3 disk set CD 75, 76 & 77 AUDIO - RADIO
      1950 Louella Parsons radio interview presentation of most popular actor award for 1950 AUDIO - RADIO
      1951 Hear It Now. Radio show Program number 16. CBS 30 March 1951 AUDIO - RADIO
      1951 Louella Parsons show 5 January 1951 AUDIO - RADIO
      1951 Movietime USA, 50th Anniversary of motion pictures from the Lux Radio theatre 24 September 1951 AUDIO - RADIO
      1951 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon radio broadcast from the Lux Radio theatre 12 March 1951 and on CD 1 AUDIO - RADIO
      1952 The Quiet Man, the, Themes and songs from, Dublin screen orchestra
      AUDIO
      1952 Themes and Songs from Quiet Man,(10” Decca LP) with Bing Crosby and "The Wild Colonial Boy" performed by John Wayne et al AUDIO
      1952 Salute To The Coast Guard Reserve. November 7, 1952 John Wayne appeared on this show along with Bob Hope, Jane Russell, Spike Jones and others.
      1953 Island in the Sky Original Soundtrack (JW narrates) AUDIO
      1953 Island in the sky radio promo 1 AUDIO - RADIO
      1953 Island in the sky radio promo 2 AUDIO - RADIO
      1954 High and the Mighty, Motion Picture Soundtrack promo album AUDIO
      1955 Gunsmoke introduction by John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      1956 The Searchers, original soundtrack AUDIO
      1956 Radio Journal interview of John Wayne for The Searchers AUDIO - RADIO
      1956 Radio Journal interview Searchers premiere in Chicago AUDIO - RADIO
      1956 American Legion Western Barbecue, hosted by John Ford at the Field Farm, featured a stunt show with John Wayne. This occurred in September 1956. Wanted any audio, video recording or stills of the event especially featuring JW (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO WANTED
      1957 Legend of the lost 45" record recorded by Joe Valino AUDIO
      1958 Barbarian and the geisha original soundtrack AUDIO
      1958 My Rifle, My Pony, and Me (song) by Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, & intro by John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      1959 Horse soldiers and Duel at diablo original soundtrack AUDIO
      1959 Ingemar Johansen Vs. Floyd Patterson. 26 June 1959. ABC network. AUDIO - RADIO
      1960 Alamo Film Soundtrack on original Album AUDIO
      1960 Alamo original radio commercials x 7 (copy of no 3 on CD 37) AUDIO - RADIO
      1960 Alamo Radio interview AUDIO - RADIO
      1961 Comancheros, the original soundtrack AUDIO
      1962 Hatari! Original Soundtrack AUDIO
      1962 How the west was won Film Soundtrack on original album AUDIO
      1962 Longest Day, The original soundtrack AUDIO
      1963 McLintock original soundtrack AUDIO
      1964 Circus world original soundtrack AUDIO
      1964 Bob Hope show AUDIO - RADIO
      1964 Knotts berry farm, an evening with Barry Goldwater (political rally) John Wayne was Master of Ceremonies AUDIO - RADIO
      1965 In Harm's Way Original Soundtrack AUDIO
      1965 Sons of Katie Elder original soundtrack AUDIO
      1965 Up with people! On original album (JW endorsement on cover) AUDIO
      1965 In harm's way radio promo AUDIO - RADIO
      1965 Multiple Sclerosis radio PSA's x 2 AUDIO - RADIO
      1965 U.S. Power Squadron PSA AUDIO - RADIO
      1966 Cast a giant shadow original soundtrack AUDIO
      1966 New First Family, the, 1968: A futuristic fairy tale on original album (JW Caricature on cover) AUDIO
      1966 Coast guard reserves radio PSA's x 3 AUDIO - RADIO
      1966 U.S. Navy Recruiting radio PSA (2 copies on CD 005) AUDIO - RADIO
      1966 Voice of America radio interview with John Wayne (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1967 El Dorado original soundtrack AUDIO
      1967 El Dorado radio promo AUDIO - RADIO
      1967 U.S. Marines Toys for Tots radio PSA and on CD 81 AUDIO - RADIO
      1967 War Wagon radio commercials x 4 AUDIO - RADIO
      1968 Green Berets original soundtrack AUDIO
      1968 Laugh in, Shoot First (audio only) AUDIO - RADIO
      1968 Nixon For President Endorsements by John Wayne x Six (Ref: nixon.archives.gov/forresearch…udio/main_finding_aid.php) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1968 Republican National Convention Radio Coverage, 5 August, 1968 (Ref: openweb.tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/…ial-1968-08-05-NBC-2.html) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1969 True Grit Demo 45" record AUDIO
      1969 True Grit Film Soundtrack on original album AUDIO
      1969 Undefeated original soundtrack (includes tracks from Hombre) AUDIO
      1969 Bloopers John Wayne speaking about patriotism to Jay-Cees (Junior Chamber of Commerce) kids during the Vietnam War AUDIO - RADIO
      1970 American Cancer Society radio PSA AUDIO - RADIO
      1970 Boy Scouts of America radio PSA AUDIO - RADIO
      1970 Oscar acceptance speech AUDIO - RADIO
      1970 U.S. Marines Recruiting radio PSA's x 2 AUDIO - RADIO
      1970 Woodsy Owl Forest Service radio PSA AUDIO - RADIO
      1971 Big Jake original soundtrack AUDIO
      1971 Rio Lobo original soundtrack AUDIO
      1971 American Legion radio PSA's x 2 AUDIO - RADIO
      1971 American west of John Ford (aka The Great…) audio of John Wayne section only AUDIO - RADIO
      1971 Meet the press interview with John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      1971 On the air, celebrities – U.S. Marine Corps, 33 1/3 12" Radio Station LP (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1972 Cowboys, the Original Soundtrack AUDIO
      1972 Cowboys, the WLS Radio promo spot 1 AUDIO - RADIO
      1972 Cowboys, the WLS Radio promo spot 2 AUDIO - RADIO
      1972 Laugh in, The sky (audio only) AUDIO - RADIO
      1972 Tonight Show radio broadcast recorded 28 May 1972 and broadcast 7 June 1972 AUDIO - RADIO
      1972 John Wayne Interview 33 1/3 rpm flex disc. Godfather Promo & John Wayne Interview 1972 Flex Disc. 7 3/4" diameter.33 1/3 rpm. Dual Sided.Manufactured by EVATONE, Deerfield, Illinois...Released February - April, 1972. copyright 1971 Reader's Digest Services, Inc. Running Time: Approx. 6 minutes. "Reader's Digest Educational Edition" red plastic EvaTone flexi-disc, mailed to schools in an effort to keep high school level students up to speed with the smarter side of popular culture. (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO WANTED
      1973 Face the flag and on America why I love her CD AUDIO
      1973 John Wayne America Why I love her AUDIO
      1973 Pledge of Allegiance, the and on America why I love her CD AUDIO
      1973 Let America ring (The people (from America why I love her) by another name!) and on America why I love her AUDIO - RADIO
      1973 Tournament of Roses Parade from 1 Jan 1973, features a recorded interview with John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      1973 National lampoon radio show December 8 1973 #4. 1 hour show (Ref: marksverylarge.com/nlrh/nlrh731208_04.html) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1973 National lampoon radio show November 24 1973 #2 1 hour show (Ref: marksverylarge.com/nlrh/nlrh731124_02.html) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1974 McQ original soundtrack AUDIO
      1974 National lampoon radio show May 18 1974 #27. 1/2 hour show (Ref: marksverylarge.com/nlrh/nlrh740518_27.html) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1975 Brannigan original soundtrack AUDIO
      1975 John Wayne interview with Tony Macklin AUDIO - RADIO
      1976 Don Aly (celebrity impressionist) interview with John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      1976 Don Aly (celebrity impressionist) phone messages AUDIO - RADIO
      1976 Ronald Reagan presedential campaign radio spot x 2 AUDIO - RADIO
      1976 Shootist, the JW sings a few bars of "Willow Tit Willow." from Mikado (Gilbert and Sullivan) video clip on DVD 198 AUDIO - RADIO
      1976 Shootist, the radio commercial and on CD 37 AUDIO - RADIO
      1976 WKLO radio commercial and on CD 38 AUDIO - RADIO
      1977 America the good things and on America why I love her AUDIO
      1977 Great Western Savings radio commercial AUDIO - RADIO
      1977 Inaugural evening gala performance 19 January 1977, John Wayne gives a speech honouring President Jimmy Carter AUDIO - RADIO
      1979 I have faith 45" record AUDIO
      1979 John Wayne's last recorded interview with Bill Kelly ( as published with exclusive photos on CD rom 111) AUDIO - RADIO
      1979 Ronald Reagan talks about John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      1979 Radio broadcast featuring John Wayne presented by Morris K. Udall July 1979 (Ref: library.arizona.edu/exhibits/u…ndingaid/ufa/audiotap.htm) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED
      1985 Harry Carey jr interview AUDIO - RADIO
      1985 Movies for the blind "Texas terror" starring John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      1990 Shootist, The complete soundtrack produced by varese saraband (Ref: cmt.com) AUDIO WANTED
      1992 John Wayne; The Duke In His Own Words, Audio book. Written and produced by Leonard Brideau (2 CDs) CD 14 and 15 110 minutes AUDIO
      1992 Red, White and true mysteries radio show AUDIO - RADIO
      1993 Lee Marvin interview AUDIO - RADIO
      1994 Digital Premiere Recordings From the Films of John Wayne 2 discs CD 44 and 45 AUDIO
      1994 True Grit Musicfrom the classic films of John Wayne AUDIO
      1995 Tribute to John Wayne, American by Tom Hartman AUDIO
      1996 Shoot ‘Em Ups! Music From The Classic Republic Westerns AUDIO
      1997 Music by Max Steiner the Searchers and searchers pursued AUDIO
      1997 Remembering John Wayne - Dave Rabitt radio show AUDIO - RADIO
      1998 Western themes of film and TV London Studio orchestra AUDIO
      2000 Go west, Stagecoach korean LP transferred to CD AUDIO
      2000 Greatest Story ever told, the original soundtrack 3 disk set CD 84, 85 & 86 AUDIO
      2002 Essential Elmer Bernstein collection, the 2 disk set CD 82 & 83 AUDIO
      2002 In our time radio show, BBC Radio 4, Episode: The American west, Broadcast 13 June 2002 AUDIO - RADIO
      2004 Alamo The essential film collection by Dimitri Tiompkin 4 disc set CD 48,49, 50 and 51 AUDIO
      2004 Maureen O'Hara Interview from Foynes flying boat museum AUDIO - RADIO
      2004 Maureen O'Hara interview on BBC Radio , 18 September 2004 AUDIO - RADIO
      2004 Maureen O'Hara interview RTE 11 July 2004 AUDIO - RADIO
      2004 Maureen O'Hara talks about John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      2005 Themes and songs from the western films of John Wayne AUDIO
      2005 Interview with Jennifer O'Neil 21 February 2005 AUDIO - RADIO
      2005 John Wayne quotes from various movies AUDIO - RADIO
      2005 Maureen O'Hara interview BBC radio 4, 23 June 2005 AUDIO - RADIO
      2006 Alamo A musical tribute to John Wayne's epic film by Mike Boldt AUDIO
      2006 John Wayne film themes. 45 great themes by some of Hollywood's greatest composers AUDIO
      2006 True Grit complete score, special limited collectors edition of 3000 AUDIO
      2006 Dick Dinmans DVD corner features an interview with Angie Dickinson AUDIO - RADIO
      2006 John Wayne American (Showbiz football team) AUDIO - RADIO
      2006 John Wayne Tribute to a legend by Bob Tuttle AUDIO - RADIO
      2006 John Wayne, Tribute to an American by Bob Tuttle AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Walk with him AUDIO
      2007 A C Lyles at Newport beach film festival remembering John Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Conversation with Melinda Wayne Munoz AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Dean & Duke podcast film reviews x 4 AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Dick Dinmans DVD classic corner John Waynes 100th Birthday part 1 and 2 with Angie Dickinson, Andrew McLaughlin AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Dick Dinmans DVD classic corner John Waynes 100th Birthday part 3 and 4 with Angie Dickinson, Andrew McLaughlin AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Duke a tribute by Bob Tuttle AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Privacy Piracy interview with Aissa Wayne AUDIO - RADIO
      2007 Sean Hannity's America radio show AUDIO - RADIO
      2008 John Wayne, he's America by Clyde Lucas AUDIO
      2008 Icons radio hour interview with Patrick Wayne 31 August 2008 AUDIO - RADIO

      Bill Carlson radio interview with John Wayne (Ref: Colorado Bob, JWMB) AUDIO - RADIO WANTED

      1942 In Old California (aka War of the Wildcats) radio broadcast 31 May 1942
      1942 Lady for a night audio adaptation released 5 January 1942

      1942 Three Sheets to the Wind 26 episodes on NBC radio, Broadcast: 15 February - 5 July 1942 (Ref: On The Air: The Encyclopaedia of Old-Time Radio By John Dunning 1998) (Ref: radiogoldindex) FIRST 15 minutes of episode #1 on CD 005 x 2 copies. It is my understanding that this brief clip is the only existing part of this radio program that is left.

      1943 Pittsburgh, Lady Esther presents the Screen Guild Players in, radio broadcast from the Screen Guild theatre 12 April 1943. CBS Network. Barbara Stanwyck speaks for the War Loan. Marlene Dietrich, Randolph Scott, John Wayne, Truman Bradley (host), Wilbur Hatch (arranger, conductor), Barbara Stanwyck. John Wayne fluffs his lines and is told off on air by Ms Dietrich!!

      1943 War of the Wildcats (aka In old Oklahoma) radio Broadcast 6 December 1943. starring John Wayne as Daniel F. Somers, Martha Scott as Catherine Elizabeth Allen, Albert Dekker as Jim 'Hunk' Gardner and George 'Gabby' Hayes as Despirit Dean. Originally released under the title In Old Oklahoma cowboy Dan Somers and oil man Jim "Hunk"Gardner battle for drilling rights on Indian lands in Oklahoma during the oil boom days, as well as for the love of school teacher turned scandalous book author Cathy Allen.

      1946 Melody Roundup radio show 1. Mail Call and the Music for Millions Bond Show aimed at soliciting listeners to buy U.S. bonds. A 15-minute program that aired daily for American service men and women over the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS).

      1946 Stagecoach, radio broadcast from the Academy Award theatre broadcast 5 April 1946 on Stagecoach DVD. In this 28-minute and 20-second program, Claire Trevor reprises her role as Dallas and Randolph Scott takes over as Ringo. The pared-down narrative sanitizes things and focuses on the Dallas/Ringo relationship to the exclusion ofmost other issues.

      1947 Angel and the Badman, the. Hedda Hopper Show production on CBS radio 5 April 947 (Ref: otrsite.com/logs/logh1018.htm) Angel and the bad man CBS 5 April 1947 (Hedda Hopper show production) Series: "THE HEDDA HOPPER SHOW" "THIS IS HOLLYWOOD", CBS PROCTOR & GAMBLE aired on Saturdays 10:15 - 10:45 pm, HOST: Hedda Hopper, ANNOUNCER: Bernard Dudley, PRODUCER: Frank Woodruff, WRITER: Bill Hampton, MUSIC: Adolph Deutsch "THE ANGEL AND THE BAD MAN" Episode number 27, aired 04-05-1947, length 30:00 minutes starring John Wayne.

      1949 Fort Apache, radio broadcast from the Screen Directors Playhouse 5 August 1949 NBC network Sponsored by: Pabst Beer. John Wayne, Ward Bond, Paul McVey, Lou Merrill, Tony Barrett, Jimmy Wallington (announcer), John Ford (guest screen director).

      1949 Melody Roundup radio show 2. Mail Call and the Music for Millions Bond Show aimed at soliciting listeners to buy U.S. bonds. A 15-minute program that aired daily for American service men and women over the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS).

      1949 Red River, radio broadcast from the Lux Radio theatre 7 March 1949 CBS network. Sponsored by: Lux. A tough man makes the first cattle drive with a 10,000 head herd, over the Chisolm Trail. Louis Silvers (music director), Bernard Phillips, Jeff Corey, William Johnstone, Edward Marr, Dorothy Lovett (commercial spokesman: as "Libby"), Maggie Sheridan (intermission guest), Bordon Chase (author, screenwriter), Charles Schnee (screenwriter), Edwin Max, Herb Butterfield, Jimmy Ogg, Willard Waterman, Lillian Buyeff, Lou Krugman, Jay Novello, Alan Reed (doubles), Walter Brennan, Jeff Chandler, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), John Wayne, Joanne Dru, Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects), Fred MacKaye (director)

      1949 Stagecoach, radio broadcasy from NBC theatre presents, 9 January 1949 and on Cassette and on CD 19 NBC network. The classic story based on the movie about The Ringo Kid, The Plummer Boys, and The Apaches. The series is also refered to as, "Screen Director's Playhouse" and "NBC Theatre." John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Ward Bond, John Ford (guest screen director).

      1949 Truth or Consequences, NBC Radio, 8 May, 1949
      1950 Louella Parsons radio interview presentation of most popular actor award for 1950

      1950 What Price Glory? a John Ford presentation at Graumans Chinese theatre. (Ref: newimprovedgorman.blogspot.com/2006_11_01_archive.html) This was a theatrical play that John Ford put together in 1949 to raise money for the Military Order of the Purple Heart. In it, John Wayne played Lt. Cunningham. To the best of my knowledge, it was neither photographed or recorded in any way, but I am always hoping that somewhere, someone has some photos of it, or an audio or filmed recording of it. It was the only theatrical play that John Wayne ever appeared in.

      1951 Hear It Now. Radio show Program number 16. CBS 30 March 1951

      1951 Movietime USA, 50th Anniversary of motion pictures from the Lux Radio theatre 24 September 1951. The Lux Radio Theatre. CBS neworkt. "Movietime U. S. A.". Sponsored by: Lux. A program in celebration of the "Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Movies" (There's no indication of what criterion was used to determine that "the movies" began in 1901). The program features scenes from "Pride Of St. Louis (Dan Dailey, Joann Drew), "Thunder On The Hill" (Claudette Colbert, Ann Blythe), "Flying Leathernecks" (John Wayne, Robert Ryan), "An American In Paris" (Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron), "Saturday's Hero" (John Derek, Donna Reed), "Wild Blue Yonder" (Wendell Corey, Forrest Tucker, Vera Ralston), "Distant Drums" (Gary Cooper, Mary Alden), "Here Comes The Groom" (Bing Crosby, Jane Wyman). Dan Dailey, Joanne Dru, Claudette Colbert, Ann Blyth, John Wayne, Robert Ryan, Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, John Derek, Donna Reed, Wendell Corey, Forrest Tucker, Vera Ralston, Gary Cooper, Mari Aldon, Bing Crosby, Jane Wyman, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Rudy Schrager (music director), Earl Ebi (director), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects)

      1951 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon radio broadcast from the Lux Radio theatre 12 March 1951 and on CD 1 CBS network. Sponsored by: Lux. Not auditioned. John Wayne, Mel Ferrer, Mala Powers, Barton Yarborough, William Johnstone, George Neise, Wally Maher, Norman Field, Dan Riss, Paul Dubov, Edward Marr, Frank Nugent (screenwriter), Laurence Stallings (screenwriter), James Warner Bellah (author), William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Sandra Rodgers, Dorothy Lovett (commercial spokesman, as "Libby"), Earl Ebi (director), Rudy Schrager (music director), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects), Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Leslye Banning (intermission guest).

      1976. Don Aly radio / taped interview with John Wayne
      Volume 2,Contains the Following Taped Interviews: John Wayne & Charo. The John Wayne Interview – The late movie star John Wayne is being honored at a luncheon following the world premiere showing of his last film, “The Shootist.” It’s one of the last interview sessions with the press that he granted prior to his death. Wayne, in a jovial, festive mood, talks about always wanting to be able to sing, regretting he never kept a scrapbook of his career, going to Cortez to marlin fish in the 1930’s (“We did everything but shoot photographs”), plans for writing a book, old fashioned stunt men and today’s fallguys, (“In the old days, they used to just fall on their head”), being known as a tough guy, the movie “Red River” (“I’m most proud of it”), “propping” for director John Ford and being killed in “The Shootist” (“Hell, I dunno, I think I’ve been killed in about eight or nine of those pictures”


      Copyright-©dukewayne.com.2009

      My special thanks to Elly,
      for her continued support in
      compiling these lists.
      Also Colorado Bob for his input
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Duke's Radio Spots

      :thumbs_up: I don't know when or where but, I have listened to the Duke in the Lux Radio broadcast of: She Wore A Yellow Ribbon. I thought it was cool to listen to the Duke on a radio broadcast. As well, the radio story and imagining the movie at the same time was nice. I do not remember what DvD I heard this on but I do not recall it being released ona DvD of some Duke movie I already have? I do not have She Wore A Yellow Ribbon ; on DvD yet.

      And speaking of Lux Radio broadcasts, I do have the one for Captain Horatio Hornblower RN-which of course is on the DvD release. There are others I have as well, but never thought to make a list of them. Maybe I should?
      Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..
    • Re: Duke's Radio Spots

      hello Keith

      The geordie pain here again (hey that rhymes, so am I a poet?)

      Here is my list of JW radio spots I think since the reference book was published more have come to light. The ones in blue are those I do not have copies of (YET!)

      Elly

      1949 Fort Apache, Screen Directors Playhouse 5 August 1949
      1942 In Old California (aka War of the Wildcats) Broadcast 31 May 1942
      1946 Melody Roundup
      1949 Melody Roundup
      1951 Movietime USA, 50th Anniversary of motion pictures Lux Radio theatre 24 September 1951
      1943 Pittsburgh, Lady Esther presents the Screen Guild Players in, Screen Guild theatre 12 April 1943
      1956 Radio Journal interview
      1949 Red River, Lux Radio theatre 7 March 1949
      1951 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon Lux Radio theatre 12 March 1951
      1949 Stagecoach, NBC theatre presents, 9 January 1949 and on Cassette
      1943 War of the Wildcats (aka In old Oklahoma) Broadcast 6 December 1943
      1947 Angel and the Badman, the (aka Angel & the outlaw) Hedda Hopper Show production on CBS radio 5 April 1947
      1978 Happy Birthday Bob. NBC-TV net 29 May 1978
      1951 Hear It Now. Program number 16. CBS 30 March 1951
      1960 Pontiac Star Parade, the. ABC-TV 14 November 1960
      1942 Three Sheets to the Wind 26 episodes on NBC radio, Broadcast: 15 February - 5 July 1942
      1949 What Price Glory? a John Ford presentation at Graumans chinese theater

      here are some notes re the ones I am looking for:

      Angel and the bad man CBS 5 April 1947 (Hedda Hopper show production)Series: "THE HEDDA HOPPER SHOW" "THIS IS HOLLYWOOD", CBS PROCTOR & GAMBLE aired on Saturdays 10:15 - 10:45 pm, HOST: Hedda Hopper, ANNOUNCER: Bernard Dudley, PRODUCER: Frank Woodruff, WRITER: Bill Hampton, MUSIC: Adolph Deutsch "THE ANGEL AND THE BAD MAN" Episode number 27, aired 04-05-1947, length 30:00 minutes starring John Wayne http://www.otrsite.com/logs/logh1018.htm

      Happy Birthday Bob 25625.. May 29, 1978. NBC-TV net, WNBC-TV, New York aircheck. Participating sponsors. A "special" dedicated to Bob Hope on his seventy-fifth birthday. The program was recorded at The Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts, Washington, D. C. Alan King, Bob Hope, Catherine Crosby, Charo, Danny Thomas, Dolores Hope, Donny Osmond, Dorothy Lamour, Elizabeth Taylor, Elliot Gould, George Burns, George C. Scott, Jimmy Carter, John Wayne, K. C. and The Sunshine Band, Les Brown and His Orchestra, Lucille Ball, Mac Davis, Marie Osmond, Pearl Bailey (guest), Redd Foxx, Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Orlando. 3:01:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete. Reference: Copyright 2007, J. David Goldin. www.radiogoldindex.com

      Hear It Now[B] 8819[/B]. March 30, 1951. Program #16. CBS net. Sustaining. The Human Tick, Kefauver Crime hearings and crime in the U. S. A., Korean War news, MacArthur makes his own decisions, the Academy Awards: a Hollywood portrait. Edward R. Murrow (narrator), Judy Holliday, Jose Ferrer, Groucho Marx, Louella Parsons, Bob Hope, John Wayne, Mack Sennett, Samuel Goldwyn. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete. Reference: Copyright 2007, J. David Goldin. www.radiogoldindex.com

      The Pontiac Star Parade. [B]65620[/B]. November 14, 1960. ABC-TV net, WABC-TV, New York audio aircheck. Commercials deleted. The program originates from Bracketsville, Texas. The show is about the Alamo, supposedly taking place at the "wrap party" of the John Wayne film, "The Alamo." John Wayne, Richard Widmark, Richard Boone, Linda Cristal, Frankie Avalon, Ken Curtis, Joan O'Brian, Laurence Harvey, Chill Wills, Carlos Aruza, Patrick Wayne, John Nance Garner, J. Frank Dobie, Lon Tinkle, Dimitri Tiomkin (composer, conductor). 50:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete. Reference: Copyright 2007, J. David Goldin. www.radiogoldindex.com

      Three Sheets To The Wind 63190. Three Sheets To The Wind. February 15, 1942. A radio preview of a picture that Tay Garnett hopes to make in the future. A wealthy sultan boards an ocean liner after a strange series of murders in London. John Wayne portrays a drunken American. A beautiful British spy has her eye on the Sultan. The first 15:16 of the program only. John Wayne, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Tay Garnett (host). 15:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete. Reference: Copyright 2007, J. David Goldin. www.radiogoldindex.com
      Three Sheets To The Wind Broadcast: February 15 - July 5, 1942 on NBC. Cast: Helga Moray as Joan Lockwood of British Intelligence, John Wayne as Dan O'Brien, Sharon Douglas and Lee Bonnell in continuing supporting roles. Announcer: Ken Carpenter Creator-Director-Narrator: Tay Garnett. Movie director Tay Garnett got the idea for THREE SHEETS TO THE WIND in 1933, while in Greenland filming SOS ICEBERG. Garnett was known for his epics of the sea, and in 1935 his cruise on the yawl ATHENE deepened the idea and gave it color. By 1942, he had a film script of sorts (by screenwriter Ken Englund): this he sold to NBC on the premise that radio could preview the film (which was never actually shot). Garnett also directed John Wayne in the film Seven Sinners (1940).
      The story followed the luxury liner EMPRESS as it sailed from Southampton, England, on a 180-day journey, with Alexandria, Egypt, the first port of call. The scene was set two years back in time, the cruise beginning August 25, 1939, in the final days of peace. A listen to the only known scrap (half a show at this writing) reveals a plot dripping with melodrama, seven people having been strangled in London in the seven days that the EMPRESS has been in port. The murders seem linked to a sultan's black diamond, its secrets wrapped in mysticism.
      Agent Joan Lockwood (played by Helga Moray, a British actress who was then Garnett's wife) is determined to crack the case. Also on the case is Dan O'Brien (John Wayne), an american posing as a drunk--thus the double edged title. John Wayne, who did little radio, was then just beginning his rise to fabulous screen success. But it can be safely said that playing a lush was not his forte. Reference for this is the book On The Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio By John Dunning (1998).

      What Price Glory 1949 at Graumans chinese theatre then various west coast theatres from 21 February 1949 through at least 11 March 1949. When Ford was prepping the "What Price Glory" Fox remake, he staged the play at Grauman's Chinese as a one-night fund-raiser, hoping it would convince Tracy and Cagney to co-star. They were in the audience, watching an all-star cast perform, including stars in bit parts, e.g., Wayne with one line as a wounded soldier).

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    • Re: Duke's Radio Spots

      Cool, this is an interesting thread. So, did they actually go and perform the movies in the studio, or are you all talking about just putting the sound track of the movie on the radio? Sorry if this is a stupid question. :teeth_smile:
    • Re: Duke's Radio Spots

      ladybug wrote:

      So, did they actually go and perform the movies in the studio, or are you all talking about just putting the sound track of the movie on the radio?

      I have another question. How does the length of the radio show compare to the length of the movie? Is the dialogue exactly the same, or is it changed to accommodate the medium?

      Chester :newyear:
    • Re: Duke's Radio Spots

      chester7777 wrote:

      Does anyone know of websites that may have clickable links to listen to Dukes radio shows?

      Chester :newyear:


      Hello Jim

      I do not know of any sorry. However if there is a way we (this board) can do it without us getting into bother I would be willing to make what I have available.

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