G.I. JOURNAL
Old-Time Radio Series


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G.I. JOURNAL
G.I. JOURNAL
Like its more famous cousin Command Performance, G.I. Journal was a transcribed series, edited together from separately recorded segments. The program was formatted as a military newspaper with each program’s guest host credited as "editor-in-chief," and the individual segments introduced as "columns." G.I. Journal aired from 1944 through 1946 over the Armed Forces Radio Service. Roy Rogers began his singing career as Leonard Slye with Uncle Tom Murray’s Hollywood Hillbillies and the Rocky Mountaineers before finding fame as the founder of the Sons of the Pioneers (and later as Republic Studio’s "King of the Cowboys").
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N/A EDGAR BERGEN (HOST) CHARLIE MCCARTHY, ROY ROGERS AND FRANK SINATRA
 30 min