Hollywood Playhouse

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Hollywood Playhouse was a 1930s radio anthology drama series that featured adaptations of plays and short stories. The program starred Tyrone Power when it debuted October 3, 1937 on the NBC Blue Network, switching to the NBC Red Network September 1939. Woodbury Soap and Jergens Lotion sponsored the show.

Charles Boyer starred in the second season, with Gale Page, Jim Ameche and Herbert Marshall top-billed as the series continued. Actresses participating in the dramas included Joan Blondell and Margaret Sullavan.

Harry Sosnik provided the music.

The series continued until December 25, 1940.

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