Ceiling Unlimited (later known as America — Ceiling Unlimited) (1942–1944) is a CBS radio series created by Orson Welles and sponsored by the Lockheed-Vega Corporation. The program was conceived to glorify the aviation industry and dramatize its role in World War II.
"Welles wrote, produced, and narrated this show, and his work was considered a prime contribution to the war effort," wrote the Museum of Broadcasting.
At the end of Welles's 13-episode contract (November 9, 1942 – February 1, 1943), Ceiling Unlimited was hosted by a variety of personalities including Charles Boyer, Joe E. Brown, Ronald Colman, Marlene Dietrich, Cary Grant, Alan Ladd, William Powell, Basil Rathbone, Edward G. Robinson and writer James Hilton.
Ceiling Unlimited began as a 15-minute drama series broadcast Mondays at 7:15 p.m. ET. The program changed format for its second season, becoming a half-hour variety show hosted by Joseph Cotten. RetitledAmerica — Ceiling Unlimited, the program featured vocalists Nan Wynn and Constance Moore, and music by Wilbur Hatch. The show aired Sundays at 2 p.m. ET beginning August 8, 1943, and ending April 30, 1944.
Includes 12 Episodes!
Episodes On This CD:
Ceiling Unlimited 421109 -  Flying Fortress.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 421214 -  War Workers aka Secret Agent 23.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 421221 -  Gremlins.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 421228 -  Pan-American Airlines.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 430201 -  The Future.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 430905 -  A Smart Soldier Like Me.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 431219 -  Letter to an Unborn Son.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 43xxxx - [xx] The Rulers of the Earth.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 440409 -  God's Corporals.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 4412xx - [xx] Sabotage.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited 460201 - [xx] Welles.mp3
Ceiling Unlimited xxxxxx - [xx] Dictators Meeting In Hell.mp3