Our Gal Sunday is an American soap opera produced by Frank and Anne Hummert, network broadcast via CBS from March 29, 1937, to January 2, 1959, starring Dorothy Lowell and, after Lowell's 1944 death, Vivian Smolen in the title role.
The origin of this radio series was a 1904 Broadway production, Sunday, which starred Ethel Barrymore. This play was the source of the catchphrase, "That's all there is, there isn't any more."
Includes 2 Episodes!
File List On This CD-R:
Our Gal Sunday 390931 - The Letter and the Brothers .mp3
Our Gal Sunday 500602 - Title Unknown .mp3
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