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NBC Silver Anniversary


Background

The National Broadcasting Company marked its 25th Anniversary in Radio in 1951. Throughout the year, NBC aired several celebrations and special programming to mark the event.

NBC premieres Short Story as a 25th Anniversary feature

NBC Presents: Short Story first aired on February 21, 1951 as a natural extension of NBC's critically and popularly successful NBC University Theater productions, later retitled NBC Theater. Beginning in 1942, NBC had formalized its concept of the NBC University of The Air and its companion NBC Inter-American University of The Air. Throughout the mid-1940s NBC produced some twenty-five productions specifically designed to both educate and entertain. NBC Presents Short Story continued in that vein, devoting the first two minutes of each production to a brief history of the author of the work to be presented that evening.

NBC Theater (the former NBC University Theater) ran through February 14, 1951. With the emphasis on retaining quality while at the same time lowering expenses, NBC introduced an anthology of the world's finest short stories. The series was to feature the greatest short story authors throughout history. And indeed the series went to great lengths to tout the authors of this fine series of classic short stories. The authors were some of history's most celebrated, award-winning writers:

Ernest Hemingway | Conrad Aiken
F. Scott Fitzgerald | Shirley Jackson
James Aswell | William Faulkner
Sherwood Anderson | H.D. Boyleston
James Street | Gladys Hasty Carroll
Ben Ames Williams | Elizabeth Alexander
Ring Lardner | John Steinbeck
Len Petersen | Grahame Greene
John Cheever | Frank R. Stockton
Jean Kenyon | Ray Bradbury
James M. Cain | Geoffrey Household
Erskine Caldwell | John Galsworthy
Anton Checkhov | James Thurber
John Collier | Edgar Allan Poe
Herman Melville | Robert Louis Stevenson
Mary Shelley | Charles Dickens
Stephen Vincent Benet | Neil Bell
Felicia Gizycka | Prosper Mérimée

As marvelous as was the promise of such celebrated authors' works, NBC Presents: Short Story was almost immediately beset with a myriad of pre-emptions that continued on for both seasons of the fine series. A sustained production for its entire run, NBC used the series as much to tout its other Silver Anniversary programming as to serve as a late-night place-holder for future features. It's almost as if NBC felt that it needed to mount yet another in the long lineage of its fine NBC University of the Air productions as it celebrated its heritage, while at the same time hedging its bets with a far more economical production.

As it eventually transpired, NBC pre-empted NBC Presents: Short Story a total of seven times and ultimately left eleven performed and recorded productions utterly abandoned. They were transcribed by NBC Orthcoustic but never aired. Those productions were:

  • The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Bell-Tower Of Bonnadonna by Herman Melville
  • The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
  • The Duel Without Honor by Alexandre Dumas
  • The Fall Of The House Of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Oblong Box by Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Rope of Hair by Guy de Maupassant
  • The Spectre Bride by M. G. Lewis
  • The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Thing In the Tunnel by Charles Dickens

We're certainly not inclined to believe that all seven pre-emptions were last-minute productions--with the possible exception of the H.V. Kaltenborn 30th Anniversary Tribute. The other six preemptions were ambitiously mounted productions, clearly long in the planning. More curious for Edgar Allan Poe fans, it would seem that the overwhelming majority of the Poe selections for the series never made it to air. For all of NBC's bleating about Radio programming costs throughout the 1950s, it's all the more surprising that NBC abandoned eleven of its fifty-two recorded programs from the canon. This was after all a sustained production. The programs had already been performed and recorded. It remains a mystery why the above eleven programs were abandoned. At an estimated cost of $5,000 per production, that money was already spent. Indeed, NBC replaced NBC Presents: Short Story with a documentary series, Who Goes There?.

It's perhaps no coincidence that 1951 was the year that NBC inaugurated its first coast-to-coast Television Network service. This, much as with its January 4, 1928 Dodge Victory Hour broadcast which, for the first time, linked all of NBC's variously 'colored' networks of the era to one coast-to-coast Radio broadcast. NBC was all about Television as it entered its 26th year and its previous prestigious sustaining features over Radio seemed almost put on hold with that first coast-to-coast Television broadcast. NBC had turned a corner in broadcasting history, as did much of the nation from that point forward.

Series Derivatives:

None
Genre: Anthology of Golden Age Radio Short Story Dramatizations
Network(s): NBC
Audition Date(s) and Title(s): Unknown
Premiere Date(s) and Title(s): 51-02-21 01 Fifty-Grand
Run Dates(s)/ Time(s): 51-02-21 to 52-05-30; NBC [Radio City, Hollywood]; Forty-one, 25-minute programs; Wednesdays, 10:30 p.m., then Fridays, 9:30 p.m.
Syndication: NBC Orthacoustic
Sponsors: Sustaining; United States Marine Corps
Director(s): Andrew C. Love; Margaret Cuthbert [Supervisor of Public Affairs Programming ]; Wade Arnold [Executive Producer]
Principal Actors: Dan O'Herlihy, Grey Stafford, Norma Varden, George Pembroke, Betty Harford, Tom Dillon, Stanley Farrar, Raymond Lawrence, Herbert Rawlinson, Sean McClory, Charles Davis, Lawrence Dobkin, Georgia Ellis, Vivi Janis, Ken Christy, Joel Nessler, Margaret Brayton, Kurt Martell, Ralph Moody, Gail Bonney, Jeff Corey, John Stevenson, Marion Richman, Tony Michaels, John Dodsworth, Ben Wright, Naomi Stevens
Recurring Character(s): Varied from production to production
Protagonist(s): Varied from production to production
Author(s): Ernest Hemingway, Conrad Aiken, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Shirley Jackson, James Aswell, William Faulkner, Sherwood Anderson, H.D. Boyleston, James Street, Gladys Hasty Carrolll, Ben Ames Williams, Elizabeth Alexander, Ring Lardner, John Steinbeck, Len Petersen, Grahame Greene, John Cheever, Frank R. Stockton, Jean Kenyon, Ray Bradbury, James M. Cain, Geoffrey Household, Erskine Caldwell, John Galsworthy, Anton Checkhov, James Thurber, John Collier, Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson, Mary Shelley, Charles Dickens, Stephen Vincent Benet, Neil Bell, Felicia Gizycka
Writer(s) Hugh Kemp, William Welch [Editors]
George Lefferts, Clarice A. Ross, Earl Hamner [Adapters]
Music Direction: Unknown
Musical Theme(s): Unknown
Announcer(s): Don Stanley, John Wald
Stan Waxman, Gayne Whitman [Narrators]
Estimated Scripts or
Broadcasts:
52 (41 broadcasts - 11 unaired)
Episodes in Circulation: 34
Total Episodes in Collection: 24 (includes eight unaired transcriptions)
Provenances:
Hickerson Guide, The Libray of Congress, radioGOLDINdex and radioGOLDINdex.

Notes on Provenances:

The most helpful provenances were newspaper listings.

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OTRisms:

We have no idea where the other circulating logs got their information that forty-five episodes of NBC Presents Short Story actually aired. We traced the series over both WNBC in New York City and the mid-west broadcasts in Wisconsin. Neither chronology supports forty-five broadcasts--least of all from NBC's own flagship station, WNBC, during the period. There were forty-one actual broadcasts of the series. The other eleven recorded programs simply never aired due to a combination of pre-emptions and an abrupt cancellation of the series.

We're naturally more than willing to keep an open mind. If the SPERDVAC can demonstrate to us--from any source--that NBC's flagship station pre-empted its own widely publicized specials to air another NBC Presents Short Story in its place at the last minute, we'd love to learn about it. Perhaps someone at the SPERDVAC is aware of something that the National Broadcasting Company isn't.


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The NBC Presents Short Story Radio Program Log

Date Episode Title Avail. Notes
51-02-21
1
Fifty-Grand
N
[Premiere - replaces NBC Theater]

51-02-21 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): new series; Ernest Hemingway's "
Fifty Grand."
51-02-28
2
Mr. Arcularis
Y
51-02-28 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): "
Mr. Arcularis," by Conrad Aiken.

Announces
Crazy Sunday as next
51-03-07
3
Crazy Sunday
Y
51-03-07 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p. m. — Short Story: F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Crazy Sunday"— WIBA.
51-03-14
4
The Lottery
Y
51-03-14 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p.m.—Short Story: "
The Lottery"—WIBA.
51-03-21
--
Preempted
--
[Preempted by United Jewish Appeal Special]

51-03-21 New York Times
10:30-11
United Jewish Appeal--Play: "One Foot in Tomorrow," With
Fredric March, Everett Sloane; Eddie Cantor, Guest--WNBC
.

51-03-21 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p.m.—"
One Foot In Tomorrow" (WIBA): Fredric March in story of refugee resettlement in Israel.
51-03-28
5
Shadow of Evil
Y
51-03-28 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p.m.—Short Story: "
Shadow of Evil," James Aswell's story of woman who fights political corruption involving her weak, alcoholic husband—WIBA.
51-04-04
6
Honor
N
51-04-04 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p.m.—Short Story (WIBA): '"
Honor," by William Faulkner.

51-04-10 Wisconsin State Journal
THE LOTTERY': So great was the mail from listeners who were puzzled by the dramatization of Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" on the "NBC Presents: Short Story" series Mar. 15 that the network sent letters of explanation to perplexed correspondents.
Almost all asked if it were based on a specific American folk custom. After the New Yorker printed the story originally in 1948 the response was similar, and that publication prepared a few words of explanation for its correspondents.
The story is a fable in-modern dress, NBC explained. Interpret it as you wish. This is one way: Mankind is essentially cruel. The nameless,. timeless village of the story has long since devised a scheme whereby cruelty, and persecution are confined to only one day a year instead of being practiced constantly, and the victim is selected by lot rather than prejudice.
51-04-11
--
Preempted
--
[Preempted for American Cancer Society Special]

51-04-11 Wisconsin State Journal
9:30 p.m.—American Cancer Society (WIBA): Joan Crawford, Judy Holllday, Jimmy Durante, Eddie . Jackson, Garry Moore; Mlndy Carson.
51-04-18
7
Beautiful Summer At Newport
Y
51-04-18 Wisconsin State Journal - 9:30 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): "Beautiful Summer at Newport."
51-04-25
8
'I'm A Fool' and 'I Want To Know Why'
Y
51-04-25 Wisconsin State Journal - 9:30 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): "I'm A Fool" and "I Want to Know Why," by Sherwood Anderson.
51-05-04
9
Keys
N
[Moves to Fridays]

51-05-04 New York Times
8:30-9--NBC Presents--Short Story: H.D. Boyleston's "
Keys"--WNBC.
51-05-11
10
I Am Not A Stranger
N
51-05-11 New York Times
8:30-9--Short Story: James Street's "
I Am Not a Stranger"--WNBC.
51-05-18
11
Kirsti
N
51-05-18 Wisconsin State Journal
7 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
Kirsti," by Gladys Hasty Carroll.
51-05-25
12
The Piano
Y
51-05-25 Wisconsin State Journal
7 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Piano," by Ben Ames Williams.
51-06-01
13
52 Weeks For Florette
N
51-06-01 Capital Times
7 p.m.--Short Story: "
52 Weeks for Florette," by Elizabeth Alexander--WIBA.
51-06-08
14
Champion
N
51-06-08 Wisconsin State Journal
7 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): "
Champion," by Ring Lardner, prize-fight story on which movie was based.
51-06-15
15
Leader Of the People
N
51-06-15 Wisconsin State Journal
7 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): John Steinbeck's
"Leader of the People."
51-06-22
16
Ground Floor Window
N
51-06-22 Wisconsin State Journal
7 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): "
Ground Floor Window," story of boy with cerebral palsy.
51-06-29
17
Doc Melhorn and the Pearly Gates
N
51-06-29 New York Times
8-8:30--NBC Presents: Short Story--"
Doc Mellhorn and the Pearly Gates"--WNBC.
51-07-06
18
The Wanderers
N
51-07-06 New York Times
8-8:30 NBC Presents: Short Story--"
The Wanderers"--WNBC.
51-07-13
19
They Are All Afraid
N
51-07-13 Wisconsin State Journal
7 p.m.--Short Story (WIBA): "
They Are All Afraid," by Len Peterson.

51-07-13 New York Times
8-8:30--NBC Presents: Short Story--"
They Are All Afraid"--WNBC.





51-11-23
20
O'Halloran's Luck
N
51-11-23 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): series returns; "
O'Halloran's Luck."
51-11-30
21
When Greek Meets Greek
N
51-11-30 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
When Greek Meets Greek," by Grahame Green.
51-12-07
22
A Letter From the Queen
N
51-12-07 Capital Times
8:30 -- Short Story: "
A Letter from the Queen"--WMAQ.
51-12-14
23
Pot Of Gold
N
51-12-14 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
Pot of Gold," by John Cheever.
51-12-21
24
The Transferred Ghost
N
51-12-21 New York Times
9:30-10--Short Story: Stockton's "
The Transferred Ghost"--WNBC.
51-12-28
25
The Trader's Wife
N
51-12-28 New York Times
9:30-10--Short Story: Jean Kenyon's "
The Trader's Wife"--WNBC.
52-01-04
26
The Rocket
Y
52-01-04 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Rocket," by Ray Bradbury.
52-01-11
27
Dead Man
Y
52-01-11 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
Dead Man," by James M. Cain.
52-01-18
28
The Seat Of Violence
N
52-01-18 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Seat of Violence," By Ben Ames Williams.
52-01-25
29
The Hut
N
52-01-25 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Hut," by Geoffrey Household.
52-02-01
30
The Harness
Y
[Announces "tomorrow, hear the Camel Caravan with Vaughn Monroe in a salute to the University of Minnesota"]

52-02-01 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--Short Story

52-02-02 Wisconsin State Journal
9 p. m.—Vaughn Monroe (WIBA):
and Ilene Wood
salute University of Minnesota
52-02-08
31
A Frame-Up
Y
52-02-08 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
A Frameup," by Ring Lardner.
52-02-15
32
The Windfall
N
[Preempted in some markets due to coverage of King George VI's funeral]

52-02-15 New York Times
9:30-10--Short Story: Erskine Caldwell's "
The Windfall"--WNBC.

52-02-15 Washington Post
RECORDED HIGHLIGHTS of ceremonies in connection with the funeral services for King George VI will be broadcast at 2:35 p. m. on WMAL, at 4 p. m. On ,WTOP, at 9:30 p. m. on WRC and at 10:30 p. m. on WASH-FM and WWDC. The WRC broadcast will be a full hour long.

52-02-15 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Windfall," by Erskine Caldwell.
52-02-22
32
The Windfall
Y
52-02-22 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Apple Tree"--WMAQ.

52-02-22 New York Times
9:30-10--Short Story: Caldwell's "
The Windfall"--WNBC.

52-02-22 Washington Post
WRC--9:30. John Galsworthy's "
The Apple Tree" is dramatized.
52-02-29
--
Preempted
--
[Preempted for Talk by Dean Acheson, Secretary of State]

52-02-29 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Apple Tree," by John Galsworthy.

52-02-29 New York Times
9:30-10--
Secretary of State Acheson: Report on Recent Nato Conference in Lisbon, Portugal--WNBC, WOR, WCBS, WMCA, WINS, WEVD, WQXR, WAAT; 11:30-12--Recorded--WJZ.

52-02-29 Chicago Tribune
8:30 p. m. WMAQ, WBBM--
Speech by Dean Acheson. On WENR at 11.
52-03-07
33
The Apple Tree
Y
[Program announces Paul Douglas to star in Hollywood Star Playhouse the following Sunday]

52-03-07 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Apple Tree."

52-03-07 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--Short Story: John Galsworthy's
The Apple Tree.

52-03-09 Long Beach Press-Telegram
2:00-KFI--Hollywood Star Playhouse, "
Hospital Zone, Quiet."
52-03-14
34
The Darling
N
52-03-14 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
The Darling," by Anton Checkhov.
52-03-21
--
Preempted
--
[Preempted]

52-03-21 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--
Challenge to the Underworld (WMAQ): radio listener's tip brings death to wanted criminal.

52-03-21 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--
Challenge to the Underworld.
52-03-28
--
Preempted
--
[Preempted]

52-03-28 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--
Red Cross (WMAQ): Walter O'Keefe, Willard Waterman, Mills brothers, April Stevens, Paul Douglas, John Sinclair, Robert Armbruster's music.

52-03-28 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--
Red Cross Show: Neighbor to Neighbor. With Willard Waterman, Paul Douglas, Mills Brothers, April Stevens, Others.
52-04-04
--
Preempted
--
[Preempted]

52-04-04 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--
I Remember Kaltenborn (WMAQ): salute to commentator on 30th radio anniversary; Ben Grauer, Bill Henry, Robert Trout; excerpts from broadcasts.

52-04-04 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--
Special Tribute to Honor H.V. Kaltenborn's 30th Anniversary in Radio.
52-04-11
35
How Beautiful the Shoes
N
52-04-11 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
How Beautiful the Shoes."

52-04-11 New York Times - 9:30-10--Short Story: "
How Beautiful the Shoes"--WNBC.
52-04-18
36
You Could Look It Up
N
52-04-18 Wisconsin State Journal
8:30 p.m.--Short Story (WMAQ): "
You Could Look It Up," by James Thurber.
52-04-25
--
Pre-empted
N
[Preempted]

52-04-25 New York Times
9:30-10--
Senator Richard B. Russell: At Russell-For-President Dinner, from Atlanta, Ga (Recorded)--WNBC.
52-05-02
37
Biscuit Eater
N
52-05-02 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--Short Story
52-05-09
38
The Old General
N
52-05-09 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--Short Story
52-05-16
39
Scuttlebutt
Y
52-05-16 New York Times
9:30-WNBC--Short Story

Announces
"De Mortuis" as next
52-05-23
40
De Mortuis
De Mortius
De Mortious
Y
[Clipped intro and close]

52-05-23 New York Times
9:30-10--Short Story: Collier's "
De Mortuis"--WNBC.
52-05-30
41
Three Pair Of Heels
N
[Last production. Replaced by "Who Goes There?"]

52-05-30 New York Times
9:30-10--Short Story: "
Three Pairs of Heels"--WNBC.





The NBC Presents Short Story Radio Program Log [Unaired Transcriptions]

Date Episode Title Avail. Notes
--
--
The Cask of Amontillado
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allan Poe
--
--
The Bell-Tower Of Bonnadonna
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Bell-Tower Of Bonnadonna" by Herman Melville
--
--
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson
--
--
Frankenstein
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley
--
--
The Duel Without Honor
N
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Duel Without Honor" by Alexandre Dumas
--
--
The Fall Of The House Of Usher
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allan Poe
--
--
The Oblong Box
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Oblong Box" by Edgar Allan Poe
--
--
The Rope of Hair
N
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Rope of Hair" by Guy de Maupassant
--
--
The Spectre Bride
N
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Spectre Bride" by M.G. Lewis
--
--
The Tell-Tale Heart
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe
--
--
The Thing In the Tunnel
Thing In the Tunnel
Y
NBC Presents: Short Story, "The Thing In The Tunnel" by Charles Dickens









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