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Jeff Chandler Poster

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  • Songwriter: "Six Bridges to Cross".
  • Radio: Member (usually uncredited) of regular cast in CBS Radio's "The Hallmark Playhouse".
  • (1950s) Radio: Appeared (as "Mr. Boynton") in series "Our Miss Brooks".
  • (1954) Sang the "Star Spangled Banner" before the 4th game of the World Series in Cleveland.
  • (2/10/60) Appeared in "A Call From..." KCOP- TV, Los Angeles, CA, a program celebrating the United Nations program known as the 'World Refugee Year.'
  • (9/15/53) Appeared on "Our Famous Husbands," ABC- TV.
  • (1946-57) Radio: his contract player roles included parts on "The Lux Radio Theatre," "Family Theatre," "Suspense," and "The Cavalcade of America." In all, he appeared in almost 300 radio programs between 1946 and 1957.
  • (1948-50) Radio: Appeared (as "Michael Shayne") in the series "The New Adventures of Michael Shayne".
  • (12/7/50) Narrator, "The American Jew: A Tribute to Freedom," CBS Television.
  • Radio: Appeared in "The Private Practice of Dr. Dana".
  • Radio: Appeared in "Frontier Town".
  • Songwriter: "The Moon Won't Let You Tell a Lie".
  • Songwriter: "One Desire"
  • (10/2/1954) Sang the "Star Spangled Banner" before the 4th game of the 1954 World Series in Cleveland. (Mentioned during his 10/3/1954 appearance on "What's My Line" by host John Daly.)
  • (5/10/51) Radio: Appeared on a "Screen Guild Players" broadcast of "The Secret Heart".
  • (9/7/51) Radio: Appeared (as "Cochise") in a "Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast of "Broken Arrow".
  • Stage: Appeared in US tour of "The Rivalry".

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