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1. Sponsor Jul-Dec 1952

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... Available network paekaye programs (radio) ABC radio network shows .-, CBS radio network shows CRIME PHOTOGRAPHER Mystery Family 30 mln. l/wk $3,400 Fearless press photographer covering news in large city DORIS DAY DECEMBER BRIDE DOLLAR A MINUTE ESCAPE FBI IN PEACE ...

2. Sponsor Apr-Jun 1963

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... . In addition, such top writers as Budd Schulberg, Ernest Hemingway, George Abbott, Ben Hecht... and such stars as . . . Rosalind Russell, Doris Day, Kirk Douglas, William Holden, James Stewart, Marlon Brando ...

3. Sponsor Jan-Jun 1952

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... ami four situation comedies: Profes sioncd Father, Autumn Bride. Cull Me Coach, and That's My Boy I radio ve sion of C\ Howard's motion picture). The Doris Day Show, which recentlj went on the air sustaining, is a good example of Gottlieb's thinking ...

4. Sponsor Jul-Dec 1955

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... . lhe World service is also bolstered by a 23% hike in the 1956 talent budget. New stars include Doris Day, Victor Young, Russel Armes, Bobbie Hackett and Mimi Martel. Ziv's syndi- cated show business added Dorothy and Dick to its program roster since the last convention ...

5. Sponsor Oct-Dec 1964

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... . The six other Seven Arts' films previously selected by Schaefer Beer for its Award Theatre include: Pajama Game starring Doris Day, John Raitt and the late Carol Han- ey; Indiscreet starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman ...

6. Sponsor Jan-Mar 1963

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... . The "product" being sold is an LP record (mono & stereo) with feature performances by artists like Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Nat Cole, Doris Day. Edith Piaf and Patti Page. It lists for $3.98 and $4.98. All proceeds go to Refugee Aid ...

7. Sponsor Jul-Dec 1955

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... . But Homemakers News is not oper- ated from behind a news desk at the music-and-news station. Margee Phil- lips often makes field trips to gather her women's-interest news where it's happening. The attractive blonde Miss Phillips, who bears a strong resem- blance to Doris Day, has become a fa- miliar sight in the pre-dawn hours at the huge Los Angeles Produce Market ...

8. Sponsor Jul-Dec 1955

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... . notes that "name" personalities are in demand. To meet this demand, they've signed such show people as Doris Day. Victor Young, Russell Arms, Eddie Bush. Bobbie Hackett and Mimi Martel. RCA Thesaurus finds that there's a trend toward sparking up the local d.j. show ...

9. Sponsor July-Dec 1951

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... , .In Stafford, Doris Day, etc. The comparative few who guessed "Peggy Fowler" shared in a drawing for the new automobile to climax the final performance, when Peggy was unmasked. Peggy is featured as "Mrs ...

10. Sponsor May-Aug 1958

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... : A 16-year-old Lar. mont girl got to spend a whole d with Doris Day by winning the WAI, New York, contest run by veteran ( Martin Block and called "A Day Wi Day" contest. This could start a tre ! with such upcoming contests as Coma ivith Como" or "A Turn tv Holiday ...

11. Sponsor Jan-Mar 1963

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... : Louis Armstrong, Maurice Cheva- lier, Nat "King" Cole, Bing Crosby, Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald, Mahalia Jackson, Nana Mouskouri, Patti Page, Louis Alberto Del Parana, Edith Pial, Anne Shelton, and Caterina Valente. The LJnited States Committee for Refugees, working for the ...

12. Sponsor Jan-Jun 1955

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... ., a HolKwood feature-and-syndication concern. Tagged "Sparkler Package," the lineup includes such box ollice luminaries as Susan Hayward. Alan l.add. Doris Day. Victor McLaglen. Eve Arden. Dennis Day, Mona Free- man and Anne Jeffrevs ...

13. Sponsor Jan-Mar 1964

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... . Wormser believes that commer- cials can actually help actors in their careers. He remembers Brian Nash, 7, did a Fritos commercial and on the basis of his appearance in it, landed a role in the movie, "The Thrill of It All," playing the son of Doris Day and James Garner, stars of the film ...

14. Sponsor Oct-Dec 1963

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... \itures and build luul it. W'e do. of course, use re- eled nnisic, but it is good music' no attempt to go in for either lhea\y classics, at one end of the ^ical scale, or hard rock" at the . We play mo\ ie scores, .il- tiini\s. instrumentalists like Nero, and vocalists like Sina- land Doris Day ...

15. Sponsor Jul-Dec 1953

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... . Recording stars include Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Mindy Carson. Music to Remember consists of 13 symphonies ranging in length from 16 to 24 minutes. It includes works by Tschaikowskv. Grieg. Beethoven, and Wagner ...

16. Sponsor Jan-Jun 1952

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... ; Sun 9:30-10 pm; 22 Jun; 13 wks Doris Day Show; Sun 7:30-8 pm; 1 Jun; 13 wks Arthur Codfrey; M, W, alt F 10-10:15 am; 16 Jun; 6 wks Break the Bank; T, Th 11:30-12 noon; 1 Jul; 52 Cabriel Heatter ...

17. Sponsor Nov 1946 - Oct 1947

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... —Sig.* ITi MIGHT HAVE BEEN A DIFFERENT STORY Tex Beneke—Vic. 20-2123 . Hal Derwin—Cap. 377 (Campbell-Porgie) Buddy Clark—Col. 37302 IT TAKES TIME °^ Benny Goodman—Cap. 376 . Louis Armstrong—Vic. 20-2228 . Doris Day—Col.* Guy Lombardo—Dec* MANAGUA, NICARAGUA ...

18. Sponsor Nov 1946 - Oct 1947

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... °^ Benny Goodman—Cap. 376 Doris Day- Louis Armstrong—Vic. 20-2229 Col. 37324 . Guy Lombardo—Dec. 23865] MANAGUA, NICARAGUA ncore) Freddy Martin—Vic. 20-2026 . Guy Lombardo—Dec. 23782 Kay Kyser—Col. 37214 . Gorden Trio—Sonora 3032 . Julie Conway—Sig. 15086 Two Ton Bakei ...

19. Sponsor Nov 1947 - Oct 1948

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... . Pictures include in their casts such players as Alan Ladd, Bela Lugosi, Doris Day, and Parkyakarkus. * * * Duane Jones has combined the fad of "Who Is It?" with jigsaw puzzles. During the telecasts of Missus Goes A'Shoppiy^g (WABD, New York ...

20. Sponsor Nov 1946 - Oct 1947

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... . . . and upon loyal listeners depend advertising results. Lunch is a quick but cheery meal on school days. On the table in front of Mrs. Werblo is a geranium, Mother's Day gift from Doris and Dennis ...