The March of Time (radio program)

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The March of Time is an American radio news documentary and dramatization series sponsored by Time Inc. and broadcast from 1931 to 1945.wikipedia
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The March of Time

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The radio series was the basis of the famed March of Time newsreel series shown in movie theaters from 1935 to 1951.
It was based on a radio news series broadcast from 1931 to 1945.

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The March of Time is an American radio news documentary and dramatization series sponsored by Time Inc. and broadcast from 1931 to 1945.
He also produced The March of Time radio and newsreel series.

Westbrook Van Voorhis

The "voice" of The March of Time was Westbrook Van Voorhis. The first Voice of Time was Ted Husing; Westbrook Van Voorhis was the Voice of Fate.
He is perhaps best known for his work on The March of Time radio and newsreel series, where he became known as the "Voice of Doom", as well as for the catchphrase, "Time...marches on!".

Ray Collins (actor)

Ray Collins
In 1935, Welles won a place in the prestigious company that presented the news dramatization series The March of Time—an elite corps of actors that included Collins, Agnes Moorehead, Everett Sloane, Paul Stewart, and others who would soon form the core of Welles's Mercury Theatre.

Harry von Zell

In fall 1931 Harry von Zell began a brief tenure as Time, but in October 1933 he moved to the role of announcer and Van Voorhis assumed the leading role.
He also announced for The Aldrich Family, The Amazing Mr. Smith, and The March of Time.

Ted de Corsia

Ted DeCorsia
He also voiced roles on Family Theater, The March of Time, Cavalcade of America, Gang Busters, and The Shadow.

Ted Husing

The first Voice of Time was Ted Husing; Westbrook Van Voorhis was the Voice of Fate.
He was the original voice of the popular March of Time program and an announcer for shows such as George Burns and Gracie Allen.

Art Carney

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He impersonated Franklin D. Roosevelt on The March of Time and Dwight D. Eisenhower on Living 1948.

Georgia Backus

She was also an audition director for The March of Time and was a member of the show's prestigious ensemble cast.

Kenny Delmar

Kenneth Delmar
An announcer on the pioneering radio news series The March of Time, he became a national radio sensation in 1945 as Senator Beauregard Claghorn on the running "Allen's Alley" sketch on The Fred Allen Show.

John McIntire

John McIntyre
He was the narrator for the radio programs Lincoln Highway, and The March of Time.

Elliott Reid

In 1935, Reid debuted on the radio program The March of Time, which led to him working regularly on radio dramas during the Golden Age of Radio.

Everett Sloane

Sloane was a member of the repertory company that presented the radio news dramatization series The March of Time.

Ted Jewett

Jewett achieved notoriety for voicing characters on the series Cavalcade of America and The March of Time.

Paul Stewart (actor)

Paul Stewart
There, in 1928, radio pioneer Fred Smith had created the program Newscasting, which in 1931 evolved into the popular national news series, The March of Time.

J. Scott Smart

Jack Smart
(See Laughlin 1994, Dunning 1976, Buxton and Owen 1996.) Jack was a regular on The March of Time and The Fred Allen Show.

Howard Smith (actor)

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His radio career continued with The March of Time, Cavalcade of America, Forty Minutes in Hollywood and Crime Doctor.

Orson Welles

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On March 22, 1935, Welles made his debut on the CBS Radio series The March of Time, performing a scene from Panic for a news report on the stage production

Maurice Tarplin

He was heard on numerous other shows, including Valiant Lady, The Shadow, Theater Five, The March of Time (as Winston Churchill), Gangbusters and various soap operas.

National Radio Hall of Fame

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The March of Time was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 1990.

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The March of Time is an American radio news documentary and dramatization series sponsored by Time Inc. and broadcast from 1931 to 1945.

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The March of Time is an American radio news documentary and dramatization series sponsored by Time Inc. and broadcast from 1931 to 1945.

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The March of Time is an American radio news documentary and dramatization series sponsored by Time Inc. and broadcast from 1931 to 1945.

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Created by broadcasting pioneer Fred Smith and Time magazine executive Roy E. Larsen, the program combined actual news events with reenactments.