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Ronald Reagan began his broadcasting career as a radio announcer for the Chicago Cubs, WHO Radio, Des Moines, Iowa. The Great Communicator had a wonderful voice that people trusted and made ever radio show an experience. Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the fortieth President of the United States (1981–1989) and the thirty-third Governor of California (1967–1975). Born in Illinois, Reagan moved to Los Angeles, California in the 1930s, where he was an actor, president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), and a spokesman for General Electric (GE). His start in politics occurred during his work for GE. Originally a member of the Democratic Party, he switched to the Republican Party in 1962, at the age of 51. After delivering a rousing speech in support of Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy in 1964, he was persuaded to seek the California governorship, winning two years later and again in 1970. He was defeated in his run for the Republican presidential nomination in 1968 as well as 1976, but won both the nomination and election in 1980. Listen to his radio appearances and speeches that are timeless.


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Wed, Jun 19, 2013


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President Ronald Reagan, 1983-05-17 17th Press Conference


Mon, Dec 31, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan,1983-04-27 Newspaper Publishers Association on the Economy


Mon, Dec 24, 2012


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Preident Ronald Reagan Announces 1983-03-30 Bilateral Arms Reduction Plan


Mon, Dec 17, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan, 1983-02-04 Press Conference on the Economy


Mon, Dec 10, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan,1982-05-13 10th Press Conference


Mon, Dec 03, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan,82-01-26 First State of the Union Address


Mon, Nov 26, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan, 1982-01-18 7th Press Conference


Mon, Nov 19, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan,1981-12-29 Sanctions Against Russia


Mon, Nov 12, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan, 1981-12-17 Crisis In Poland


Mon, Nov 05, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan 1981-10-01 Sixth Press Conference AWACS to Saudi Arabia


Mon, Oct 29, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan 81-09-03 Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia


Mon, Oct 22, 2012


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President Ronald Reagan 1981-04-28 Offers Support For The Graham-latta Substitute


Mon, Oct 15, 2012


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Ronald Reagan's ultimatum to striking air traffic controllers


Mon, Oct 08, 2012


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Memorial Day Special 2012


Sun, May 27, 2012


Memorial Day Special is dedicated to all our fighting Men and Women who put their lives on the line everyday to preserve our freedom. As Americans we are so proud of them and pray that God will watch over them and bring them home soon.



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Forth TV Address to the Nation 1981


Thu, Oct 06, 2011


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President Reagan's First Press Conference


Mon, Oct 03, 2011


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President Reagan Shot


Wed, Sep 28, 2011


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President Reagan Speaks to the Canadian Parliment


Sun, Sep 25, 2011


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Ronald Reagan On The Air TV Address to the Nation


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Ronald Regan On The Air Address to the Nation on the Economy 2/5/81


Wed, Jun 30, 2010


I'm speaking to you tonight to give you a report on the state of our Nation's economy. I regret to say that we're in the worst economic mess since the Great Depression.

A few days ago I was presented with a report I'd asked for, a comprehensive audit, if you will, of our economic condition. You won't like it. I didn't like it. But we have to face the truth and then go to work to turn things around. And make no mistake about it, we can turn them around.

I'm not going to subject you to the jumble of charts, figures, and economic jargon of that audit, but rather will try to explain where we are, how we got there, and how we can get back. First, however, let me just give a few ``attention getters'' from the audit.

The Federal budget is out of control, and we face runaway deficits of almost $80 billion for this budget year that ends September 30th. That deficit is larger than the entire Federal budget in 1957, and so is the almost $80 billion we will pay in interest this year on the national debt.

Twenty years ago, in 1960, our Federal Government payroll was less than $13 billion. Today it is 75 billion. During these 20 years our population has only increased by 23.3 percent. The Federal budget has gone up 528 percent.

Now, we've just had 2 years of back-to-back double-digit inflation -- 13.3 percent in 1979, 12.4 percent last year. The last time this happened was in World War I.

In 1960 mortgage interest rates averaged about 6 percent. They're 2\1/2\ times as high now, 15.4 percent.

The percentage of your earnings the Federal Government took in taxes in 1960 has almost doubled.

And finally there are 7 million Americans caught up in the personal indignity and human tragedy of unemployment. If they stood in a line, allowing 3 feet for each person, the line would reach from the coast of Maine to California.

Well, so much for the audit itself. Let me try to put this in personal terms. Here is a dollar such as you earned, spent, or saved in 1960. And here is a quarter, a dime, and a penny -- 36 cents. That's what this 1960 dollar is worth today. And if the present world inflation rate should continue 3 more years, that dollar of 1960 will be worth a quarter. What initiative is there to save? And if we don't save we're short of the investment capital needed for business and industry expansion. Workers in Japan and West Germany save several times the percentage of their income than Americans do.

What's happened to that American dream of owning a home? Only 10 years ago a family could buy a home, and the monthly payment averaged little more than a quarter -- 27 cents out of each dollar earned. Today, it takes 42 cents out of every dollar of income. So, fewer than 1 out of 11 families can afford to buy their first new home.

Regulations adopted by government with the best of intentions have added $666 to the cost of an automobile. It is estimated that altogether regulations of every kind, on shopkeepers, farmers, and major industries, add $100 billion or more to the cost of the goods and services we buy. And then another 20 billion is spent by government handling the paperwork created by those regulations.

I'm sure you're getting the idea that the audit presented to me found government policies of the last few decades responsible for our economic troubles. We forgot or just overlooked the fact that government -- any government -- has a built-in tendency to grow. Now, we all had a hand in looking to government for benefits as if government had some source of revenue other than our earnings. Many if not most of the things we thought of or that government offered to us seemed attractive.

In the years following the Second World War it was easy, for a while at least, to overlook the price tag. Our income more than doubled in the 25 years after the war. We increased our take-home pay in those 25 years by more than we had amassed in all the preceding 150 years put together. Yes, there was some inflation, 1 or 1\1/2\ percent a year. That didn't bother us. But if we look back at those golden years, we recall that even then voices had been raised, warning that inflation, like radioactivity, was cumulative and that once started it could get out of control.

Some government programs seemed so worthwhile that borrowing to fund them didn't bother us. By 1960 our national debt stood at $284 billion. Congress in 1971 decided to put a ceiling of 400 billion on our ability to borrow. Today the debt is 934 billion. So-called temporary increases or extensions in the debt ceiling have been allowed 21 times in these 10 years, and now I've been forced to ask for another increase in the debt ceiling or the government will be unable to function past the middle of February -- and I've only been here 16 days. Before we reach the day when we can reduce the debt ceiling, we may in spite of our best efforts see a national debt in excess of a trillion dollars. Now, this is a figure that's literally beyond our comprehension.

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Tue, Feb 23, 2010


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Ronald Reagan On The Air 26 Greetings Welcoming Home the Hostages formerly held in Iran 1/27/81


Mon, Jul 06, 2009


Greetings Welcoming Home the Hostages formerly held in Iran 1/27/81

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 25 Warren Burger Administer The Oath of Office To Ronald Reagan the 40th President of the United States 1/20/81


Mon, Jun 29, 2009


Warren Burger Administer The Oath of Office To Ronald Reagan the 40th President of the United States 1/20/81

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 24 Meet the Press, Ronald Reagan as Candidate for California Governor


Mon, Jun 22, 2009


Ronald Reagan's first appearance on Meet the Press, as a candidate for California Governor in 1966.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 23 G.E. Theater Promo with Barbara Rush


Mon, Jun 15, 2009


G.E.Theater Promo with Barabara Rush 3/11/1962

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 22 Interview For The Program Insight 1958


Mon, Jun 08, 2009


Interview for the program Insight 1958

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 21 Circumstational Terror


Mon, Jun 01, 2009


Suspense. March 8, 1954. CBS net. "Circumstantial Terror". Sponsored by: Auto-Lite (a salute to Nash). A good story about an unemployed man who is accused of robbery and murder when he goes out to buy a pack of cigarettes. Ronald Reagan, Howard McNear, Charles Calvert, Vic Perrin, Clayton Post, Hal Gerard, Larry Thor (announcer), Ross Murray (writer), Elliott Lewis (producer, director), Harlow Wilcox (commercial spokesman), Lucien Moraweck (composer), Lud Gluskin (conductor), George Kennedy (president of The Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation).RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 20 Addresses Budget Cutting Plans and His oppositon to funding Bilingual Education


Mon, May 25, 2009


RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 19 Inaugural Address


Mon, May 18, 2009


RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 18 I Give You Maggie


Mon, May 11, 2009


Stars Over Hollywood. July 11, 1953. CBS net. "I Give You Maggie". Sponsored by: Carnation Milk. An impoverished author struggles through life with his loving wife. Ronald Reagan, Art Ballinger (announcer), Lurene Tuttle, Louise Arthur, Don Clark (director, transcriber), Noreen Gammill, Alan Reed, John Stevenson, Walter Newman (writer), Angela Lansbury (promoting next week's program). RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 17 The New Man


Mon, May 04, 2009


The Bakers' Theatre Of Stars. April 12, 1953. CBS net. "The New Man". Sponsored by: The Bakers Of America. A new doctor in rural California has to deal with hostility against him, an outbreak of influenza and a flood. Ronald Reagan, Georgia Ellis, John Dehner, Lawrence Dobkin, Parley Baer, Vivi Janis, Antony Ellis (writer), Wendell Niles (announcer), Donna Hehner, John Meston (editorial supervisor), Wilbur Hatch (music), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director).RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 16 Colgate News Sportsreel Appearance


Mon, Apr 27, 2009


RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 15 Hi Gang Appearance


Mon, Apr 20, 2009


RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 14 Cloak and Dagger


Mon, Apr 13, 2009


The Lux Radio Theatre. May 3, 1948. CBS net. "Cloak and Dagger". Sponsored by: Lux, Pepsodent (Lana Turner Ball Point Pocket Perfumer premium). An action spy adventure about an American physicist who tries to rescue an Italian scientist and his daughter and finds romance among the Nazis. Ronald Reagan, Lilli Palmer, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), Jeff Chandler, Herb Butterfield, William Johnstone (doubles), Norman Field, Regina Wallace, Robert Griffin (doubles), Marjorie Haskelle, Ben Wright (doubles), June Whitley (doubles), Jay Novello, Jack Petruzzi (doubles), Edward Marr, Charles La Torre, Margaret Fields (intermission guest), Albert Maltz (screenwriter), Ring Lardner Jr. (screenwriter), Boris Ingster (author), John Larkin (author), Corey Ford (author), Alistair MacBain (author), Fred MacKaye (director), Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects)RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 13 Ronald Reagan Speaks To A Convention of Indiana Educators


Mon, Apr 06, 2009


RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 12 Ulysses In Love


Wed, Mar 25, 2009


The Cavalcade Of America. December 12, 1950. NBC net. "Ulysses In Love". Sponsored by: DuPont. A romance in the young life of Lieutenant Ulysses Grant. Arthur Arent (adaptor), Bill Hamilton (announcer), Cy Harrice (announcer), Denise Alexander, Donald Voorhees (conductor), Jack Zoller (director), Patsy Campbell, Ronald Reagan, Kathleen Camegys, Cameron Prud'Homme, Dan Ocko, Martin Rudy, Lyle Sudrow, Lloyd Lewis (author), H. L. Blackburn (producer), Arden Cornwell (composer).

RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 11 The Kiss of Salome Jane


Wed, Mar 18, 2009


Family Theatre. July 19, 1950. Mutual net. "The Kiss Of Salome Jane". A romantic adventure of the old west...and the Kentucky bluegrass country. Harry Zimmerman (director), Parley Baer, Herb Vigran, Tom Holland, Howard Culver, Byron Kane, Jeanne Cagney, Bret Harte (author), Audrey Totter (hostess), Verna Felton, Virginia Cook (adaptor), Joseph F. Mansfield (director), Ronald Reagan.

RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 10 Appearance on Burns and Allen Show


Wed, Mar 11, 2009


Burns and Allen Show Appearance 1/25/50

RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 9 Brother Rat


Wed, Mar 04, 2009


Screen Guild Theater, Brother Rat 1/28/46

RONALD (WILSON) REAGAN. Born in Tampico, Illinois, U.S.A., 6 February 1911. Eureka College, Illinois, B.A. in economics and sociology 1932. Married: 1) Jane Wyman, 1940 (divorced, 1948); children: Maureen and Michael; 2) Nancy Davis, 1952; children: Patti and Ron. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45. Wrote sports column for Des Moines, Iowa newspaper; sports announcer, radio station WOC, Davenport, Iowa, 1932-37; in films, 1937-1964; contract with Warner Brothers, 1937; first lead role in big-budget film was in King's Row, 1941; president, Screen Actors Guild, 1947-52 and 1959; in television, 1953-66, starting as host of The Orchid Awards, 1953-54; governor of California, 1966-74; U.S. president, 1980-88.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 8 Colgate News Sportreel


Tue, Feb 24, 2009


Ronald Reagan appearance on Colgate Sports Reel, Probably the greatest sportscaster that ever lived, Bill Stern knew how to captivate his audience. With a strong background in grand theater and vaudeville, Stern used techniques rarely heard on a radio sportscast.Bill Sterns at the Microphone Stern eulogized the obscure, the near-great, and the great. Stern would tell fantastic tales about the oddest characters that have ever played professional sports. His stories ranged from horses winning races with dead jockeys on their backs, to armless and/or legless baseball players, to a blind athlete winning a marathon but lose his only love. Stern would punctuate his extraordinary legends with long, overstated pauses, soap-opera-like vocal emotion, relentless repetition, and major exaggerated words in every sentence.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 7 Nobody Lives Forever


Tue, Feb 17, 2009


The Lux Radio Theatre. November 17, 1947. CBS net. "Nobody Lives Forever". Sponsored by: Lux, Pepsodent. A con-man returns from the war, but falls for the perfect victim. Ronald Reagan recalls his radio days as a sportscaster and recreates a play-by-play. Jane Wyman, Ronald Reagan, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), William Conrad, William Johnstone, Jeff Chandler (billed as "Ira Grossel"), Herb Butterfield, Frances Robinson, Edward Marr, Edwin Cooper, Edwin Max, Tyler McVey, Herbert Rawlinson, Dorothy Lovett (commercial spokesman: as "Libby"), Dorothy Malone (intermission guest), W. R. Burnett (screenwriter), Fred MacKaye (director), Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects).

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 6 Its Almost Like Being In Love


Tue, Feb 10, 2009


Front and Center. August 17, 1947. NBC net. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. The first tune is, "It's Almost Like Being In Love." Guests George Burns and Gracie Allen try to convince Dorothy to use George as her next leading man...in a sarong! Guest Ronald Reagan appears in a dramatic skit (with Dorothy Lamour) about love and romance. Dorothy Lamour, Henry Russell and His Orchestra, The Crew Chiefs, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Hal Gibney (announcer), Ronald Reagan, Glenhall Taylor (producer, director).

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 5 Formal Statement After The Freeing of the Hostages From Lebanon


Thu, Feb 05, 2009


1985: Beirut ordeal ends for US hostages All 39 Americans being held captive by the Shia Muslim Amal militia in Lebanon have been released, after almost three weeks in captivity.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 4 The Tin Whistle


Thu, Jan 29, 2009


Family Theatre. August 12, 1948. Mutual net. "The Tin Whistle". Sustaining. A small boy and his beloved whistle cause considerable trouble for a school teacher. In fact, the teacher's entire life is ruined! A very well written story. Good radio! The script was previously used on "Family Theatre" on August 21, 1947 (see cat. #66268). Lloyd Nolan (host), Ronald Reagan, Richard Burdick (writing), Merrill Ross (announcer), Frances Whitfield, Hal Gerard, Max Terr (music), David Young (director), Tommy Bernard, Charles Seel, Jerry Farber, Mary Lansing, Anne Whitfield, Jean Layton.

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Ronald Reagan On The Air 3 One and One's A Lonesome


Thu, Jan 22, 2009


Suspense. March 23, 1950. CBS net. "One and One's A Lonesome". Sponsored by: Auto-Lite. A gambler and the wife of a lumber yard owner plot against the old man. Ronald Reagan, Cathy Lewis, Harlow Wilcox (commercial spokesman), Lud Gluskin (conductor), Lawrence Dobkin, Joseph Kearns (announcer), Nelson Sykes (writer), William Spier (producer), Norman Macdonnell (director), Lucien Moraweck (composer).

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