G.I. JOURNAL
Old-Time Radio Series


Series
G.I. JOURNAL
G.I. JOURNAL
An all-purpose radio magazine show for the men and women of the United States armed forces, G. I. Journal was all things to all troops in its colorful hodgepodge of features (usually featuring top Hollywood talent). The series was a mix of original material recorded especially for the Journal, and extracts inserted cut-and-paste style from regular commercial broadcasts or transcription libraries, with the original content slanting heavily to an enlisted soldier's point of view. One of the most popular of the original bits was Mel Blanc's semi-regular appearance as cartoonist George Baker's woebegone buck private, the Sad Sack. The series' music was always a high point, featuring contributions by most of the top-rated service orchestras.
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N/A EDGAR BERGEN (HOST) CHARLIE MCCARTHY, ROY ROGERS AND FRANK SINATRA
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(10/20/1944)
Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy