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Truman Bradley (1905–1974)

Truman Bradley was born on February 8, 1905 in Sheldon, Missouri, USA. He was an actor, known for Science Fiction Theatre (1955), America the Beautiful (1945) and Love on Tap (1939). He died on July 28, 1974 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Science Fiction Theatre
Science Fiction Theatre Narrator / Host / Himself - Host
America the Beautiful
Love on Tap
Love on Tap Tommy
Northwest Passage
Northwest Passage Captain Ogden


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 1960 Perry Mason (TV Series)
Television Interviewer
- The Case of the Madcap Modiste (1960) ... Television Interviewer
 1955-1957 Science Fiction Theatre (TV Series)
Host / Narrator
- The Strange Lodger (1957) ... Host / Narrator
- Bolt of Lightning (1957) ... Host / Narrator
- The Magic Suitcase (1957) ... Host / Narrator
- Gravity Zero (1957) ... Host / Narrator
- Killer Tree (1957) ... Host / Narrator
 1953 Never Wave at a WAC
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
 1952 Confidence Girl
Narrator (voice)
 1952 Macao
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
 1949 Special Agent
Narrator (voice)
 1948 Fighter Squadron
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
 1948 A Nation on Skis (Short)
 1948 Holiday for Sports (Short)
 1948 Call Northside 777
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
 1947 Action in Sports (Short)
 1947 Romance and Dance (Short)
 1947 I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
Martin Webb
 1946 A Boy and His Dog (Short)
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
 1946 Mr. Ace
Radio Forum Moderator (uncredited)
 1945 Frontier Days (Short)
Narrator (voice)
 1945 America the Beautiful (Short)
 1945 The Horn Blows at Midnight
Radio Announcer
 1945 Objective, Burma!
Narrator - Opening Sequence (voice, uncredited)
 1942 The Night Before the Divorce
Inspector Bruce Campbell
 1942 Treat 'Em Rough
Jordan Perkins
 1942 Bombay Clipper
Dr. Gregory Landers
 1941 They Died with Their Boots On
7th Michigan officer (uncredited)
 1941 Keep 'Em Flying
 1941 Burma Convoy
Victor Harrison
 1941 Mob Town
Officer Cutler
 1941 Last of the Duanes
Texas Ranger Capt. Laramie
 1941 Charlie Chan in Rio
Paul Wagner
 1941 The Goose Goes South (Short)
Various (voice, uncredited)
 1941 Dead Men Tell
Capt. Kane
 1941 Murder Among Friends
 1940 A Night at Earl Carroll's
Radio Announcer
 1940 Yesterday's Heroes
 1940 We Who Are Young
Commentator (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Millionaires in Prison
Dr. William 'Bill' Collins
 1940 A Failure at Fifty (Short)
Lincoln's Friend
 1940 Northwest Passage
Captain Ogden
 1939 Think First (Short)
Crime Lab Technician
 1939 Miracles for Sale
Nightclub Master of Ceremonies (uncredited)
 1939 On Borrowed Time
James Northrup
 1939 Stronger Than Desire
Man in Courtroom (uncredited)
 1939 Help Wanted (Short)
Labor Commissioner's Representative
 1939 6,000 Enemies
Reporter (uncredited)
 1939 Hollywood Hobbies (Short)
Narrator (uncredited)
 1939 The Hardys Ride High
 1939 Love on Tap (Short)
 1939 The Ice Follies of 1939
Paul Rodney (voice, uncredited)
 1938 Spring Madness
Walter Beckett
 1938 The World Is Ours (Short)
 1938 Young Dr. Kildare
Jack Hamilton
 1938 Vacation from Love
Mark Shelby
 1932 Are You Listening?
Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Show Show Self (20 credits)

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Through June 1940 he was the announcer (credited) on the Burns & Allen radio program (during the period that it was sponsored by Hinds Honey and Almond Cream). See more »

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Was hired by Henry Ford to be the announcer for The Ford Sunday Evening Hour radio show, for which he flew to Detroit, Michigan, each weekend.

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