RADIO SERIES DEBUTED ON THIS DAY IN 1948

railroadhour

The Railroad Hour
was a radio series in which Hollywood musical dramas and comedies ,well-known operettas, and Broadway shows were featured. It was
broadcast on ABC from Monday October 4, 1948 as a 45-minute program and
was reduced to 30 minutes in 1949 till September 26, 1949. It then moved to
NBC for a run from October 3, 1949, until June 21, 1954. Singer-actor Gordon
MacRae starred along with guest co-stars like Doris Day and Jane Powell.The
announcer for the series was Marvin Miller (below).  

 

GORDON MACRAE AND DINAH SHORE

Gordon MacRae and guest star Dinah Shore

Marvin Miller (circa 1950s)

Marvin Miller

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