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Ann of the Airlanes

Advertisement for the syndicated Ann of the Airlanes from the September 25, 1950 edition of the Gastonia Gazette (Gastonia, North Carolina) informing listeners of the series on Gastonia's station WGNC.

Ann of the Airlanes is a syndicated American radio adventure drama series broadcast between 1932 and the 1950s.

Characters and storyEdit

The story focused on Ann Burton, an aspiring airplane hostess portrayed by Lynne Howard (possibly a stage name for Hollywood native Elia Braca).[1] She also worked with the Secret Service, as did her romantic interest, Interstate Airlines pilot Jack Baker (Robert C. Bruce[1]). Gerald Mohr portrayed Secret Service agent and co-pilot Art Morrison. Also in the cast was John Gibson who portrayed Pete.

There were more than a few radio aviation dramas during the 1930s, but this was the only one with a female lead.[2]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Schadow, Karl (October 2015). "Radio Recall: Ann of the Airlanes". www.mwotrc.com. Metropolitan Washington Old-Time Radio Club. Retrieved Jan 31, 2016. 
  2. ^ Cagle, Maury (February 2006). "Radio Recall: In the Air on the Air". www.mwotrc.com. Metropolitan Washington Old-Time Radio Club. Retrieved June 30, 2007.