Four Star Playhouse was a radio dramatic anthology series in the United States. The 30-minute program was broadcast on NBC beginning in July 1949 and was sustaining. It lasted only three months.
The show's title came from the fact that it was built around "four major film stars, each of whom was featured in turn in the weekly presentations." They were Fred MacMurray, Loretta Young, Rosalind Russell and Robert Cummings. As an anthology series, Four Star Playhouse did not have a standard cast. However, many radio actors and actresses of that time appeared in episodes. They included Elliot Lewis, Shirley Mitchell, Paul Frees, Ross Taylor, Will Wright, Lurene Tuttle, William Conrad, Wilms Herbert, Lawrence Dobkin, Betty Moran, Frank Lovejoy, George Neise, Janet Waldo, Jeanne Bates, Joe DuVal, Willard Waterman, Jack Edwards, Mary Jane Croft, Frank Nelson, Charles Seel, Herb Butterfield, Jeff Chandler, Shepard Menken, Dan O'Herlihy and Ken Christy. Frank Barton was the announcer. Episodes were adapted by writer Milton Geiger from short stories in Cosmopolitan magazine.
Includes 6 Episodes!
Some Of The Episodes On This CD-R:
Four Star Playhouse 490724 -  Third Girl from the Right.mp3
Four Star Playhouse 490814 -  The Hunted.mp3
Four Star Playhouse 490821 -  The Incredible Anna Lee.mp3
Four Star Playhouse 490828 -  Corey.mp3
Four Star Playhouse 490904 -  Surprise for the Professor.mp3
Four Star Playhouse 490911 -  Paradise U S A.mp3
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