Holden's radio appearances in the 40s and 50s included episodes of "The Lux Radio Theatre," "The Bob Hope Show," and "Suspense." Holden's appearance on "Suspense" on February 15, 1954 may be of keen interest to his fans because it was a science fiction program concerning a warning to mankind from an alien race-- an interesting ...
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[on Barbara Stanwyck
] Thirty-nine years ago this month, we were working in a film together called Golden Boy
(1939). It wasn't going so well and I was going to be replaced. But due to this lovely human being and her encouragement and above all her generosity, I'm here tonight.
He appeared among the top ten box office stars six times, as ranked by Quigley Publications' annual poll of movie exhibitors, The Top Ten Money-Making Stars, the definitive list of movie stars' pull at the box office. He actually topped the list in 1956, two years after entering it at #7 in 1954, the year he won the Best Actor Oscar with his performance in Stalag 17
(1953). In 1955, he was ranked...