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(1943) Magazine ad: Max Factor Hollywood pan-cake makeup

(1934-35) According to the book "The Complete Films of Rita Hayworth", she appeared in two short subjects produced by Fox, including one in Spanish. The titles of the films have been lost to time.

(3/21/44) Radio: Appeared in "Keeping Rita Company" episode of "The George Burns & Gracie Allan Show", with George Burns, Gracie Allen.

(12/29/42) Radio: Appeared in "Gracie's Dating Service" episode of "The George Burns & Gracie Allan Show", with George Burns, Gracie Allen.

(7/210/41: Radio: Appeared on "The Kraft Music Hall" show with Connee Boswell, Bing Crosby, Bob Burns, John Scott Trotter.

(1/20/46) Radio: Appeared in the "Going to Dinner" episode of "The Charlie McCarthy Show" with Edgar Bergen.

(4/22/45) Radio: Appeared in "Episode 363" of "The Charlie McCarthy Show" with Edgar Bergen.

(9/13/42) Radio: Appeared in "Episode 254" of "The Charlie McCarthy Show" (as Charlie's teacher), with Edgar Bergen.

(9/14/42) Radio: Appeared in the "Women Taxi Drivers" episode of "The Charlie McCarthy Show" with Edgar Bergen, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.

(9/14/41) Radio: Appeared in the "Dancing" episode of "The Charlie McCarthy Show" with Edgar Bergen, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.

(4/6/41) Radio: Appeared in "Episode 197" of "The Charlie McCarthy Show" with Edgar Bergen and the team of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello (who become regulars on the show)

(1/5/43) Radio: Appeared in the "From Palm Springs" episode of "The Bob Hope Show", with Bob Hope, Frances Langford

(4/14/42) Radio: Appeared in "Episode 29" of "The Bob Hope Show", with Bob Hope

(2/15/46) Radio: Appeared in the "Alan Visits Rita Hayworth" episode of "The Alan Young Show", with Alan Young.

(2/8/46) Radio: Appeared in the "Smashed Fender" episode of "The Alan Young Show" with Alan Young.

(5/29/48) Radio: Appeared in the "Sixth Anniversary Program" of "Command Performance", with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Jimmy Durante, Claudette Colbert, Betty Hutton, Jack Benny, Dennis Day, Jerry Colonna.

(12/20/45) Radio: Appeared on the "Dennis Day" episode of "Command Performance", with Dennis Day, Jack Benny, June Christy, Mary Jane Croft.

(8/15/45) Radio: Appeared in the "Victory Extra" episode of "Command Performance", with Bette Davis, Marlene Dietrich, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, Jinx Falkenburg, Greer Garson, Ida Lupino, Ginger Rogers, Cary Grant

(8/9/45) Radio: Appeared in the "Walter O'Keefe" episode of "Command Performance", with Walter O'Keefe, Marilyn Maxwell, The Town Criers, Les Paul Trio.

(5/31/45) Radio: Appeared in the "Jack Benny" episode of "Command Performance", with Jack Benny, Charles Boyer, Nat 'King' Cole, Jean McKeon, Angela Lansbury, The Smart Set, Robert Armbruster Orchestra.

(1943) Radio: Appeared on the "Fred MacMurray" episode of "Command Performance" with Fred MacMurray, Ginny Simms, Don Wilson, Phil Baker.

(2/6/43) Radio: Appeared on the "Rita Hayworth" episode of "Command Performance" with Betty Hutton, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Richard Haydn.

(10/27/42) Radio: Appeared on the "Rita Hayworth" episode of "Command Performance" with Cass Daley, Frank Morgan, Lena Horne, Hall Johnson Choir, Spike Jones and His City Slickers.

(1/8/41) Radio: Appeared in "Episode 15" of "The Eddie Cantor Show" with Eddie Cantor, Garson Kanin.

(11/2/47) Radio: Appeared on "Hollywood Fights Back".

(5/20/45) Radio: Appeared in the "From San Francisco" episode of "The Jack Benny Show" with Jack Benny, Larry Adler, Earl Warren.

(11/1/41) Radio: Appeared on "The Lincoln Highway".

(3/21/45) Radio: Appeared in "Episode 137" of "Mail Call" with Frank Morgan, Harpo Marx, George Burns, Gracie Allen.

(12/29/41) Radio: Appeared in the "There are Frenchmen and Frenchmen" episode of "The Mercury Theater" with Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten.

(12/9/45) Radio: Appeared on "Episode 10" of "Request Performance" with Garry Moore, Ginny Simms, Edward Everett Horton.

(4/14/40) Radio: Appeared on the "Elmer the Great" episode of "The Screen Guild Theater" with Bob Hope, Elvia Allman

(10/3/46) Radio: Appeared in the "Three Times Murder" episode of "Suspense" with Hans Conried

(7/15/45) Radio: Appeared in the "Rita Hayworth" episode of "The Tommy Dorsey Show" with Stuart Foster, The Sentimentals, Buddy Rich, Charlie Shavers, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

(10/17/48) Radio: Appeared on "The Woodbury Journal" with Louella Parsons. Rita is interviewed and plays the castanets.

(7/13/45) Radio: Appeared in "Episode 103" of "G.I. Journal" with Edgar Bergen, Mel Tormé, Connie Haines, Mel Blanc, [error].

(2/4/46) Radio: Appeared on "This Love of Ours" episode of "Lux Radio Theater" with Charles Coburn.

(9/11/44) Radio: Appeared in the "Break of Hearts" episode of "Lux Radio Theater" with Orson Welles.

(4/26/43) Radio: Appeared in the "The Lady Has Plans" episode of "Lux Radio Theater" with William Powell.

(5/25/42) Radio: Appeared in the "Test Pilot" episode of "Lux Radio Theater" with Robert Taylor, Robert Preston.

(3/23/42) Radio: Appeared in "The Strawberry Blonde" episode of "Lux Radio Theater" with Don Ameche, Gail Patrick.

(12/22/41) Radio: Appeared in the "Remember the Night" episode of "Lux Radio Theater" with Fred MacMurray, Jean Arthur, Beulah Bondi, Bob Hope.

(5/29/39) Radio: Appeared in the "Only Angels Have Wings" episode of "Lux Radio Theater" with Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, Thomas Mitchell.

(10/16/46) Radio: Appeared on "Mail Call" with Jean Parker, Virginia O'Brien, Ginny Simms.

(5/5/43) Radio: Appeared on "Mail Call" with Joe E. Brown, Nan Wynn, Virginia O'Brien.

(4/21/43) Radio: Appeared on "Mail Call" with Fred MacMurray, Lou Holtz.

(1942) Appeared (as herself) in a trailer for You Were Never Lovelier (1942).

(8/3/43) Stage: Appeared (as herself) in "The Mercury Wonder Show", Hollywood, CA. Directed / co-produced by Orson Welles. NOTES: (1) This was a magic/variety revue staged to entertain troops on their way to the Pacific front, who were given free admission. (2) Show ran for a month in Hollywood, then Welles took it on a national tour. (3) Welles used a portion of his magic act in this production for his contribution to the all-star film Follow the Boys (1944).

(3/10/45) Radio: Appeared (as "Miss Dilly's Friend") in a "This is My Best" broadcast of "Miss Dilly Says No" on CBS Radio.


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