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Goldbergs, The (The Rise Of)

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  • Premiere Episode: 1929-01-20
    Final Episode: 1950-06-24

    Genre(s):
    Serial Drama
    Comedy
    Drama

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    Broadcast History:

    Dates: 1/20/1929 - 1930
    Network: NBC Blue
    Days: Wednesday
    Starting time: 7:15PM
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 1/20/1929 -
    Network: NBC Blue

    Dates: 1930 - 5/23/1931
    Network: NBC Blue
    Days: Saturday
    Starting time: 7:30PM
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 7/13/1931 - 1932
    Network: NBC
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
    Starting time: 7:15PM
    Sponsor: Pepsodent
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 1932 - 7/6/1934
    Network: NBC
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Starting time: 7:45PM
    Sponsor: Pepsodent
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 1/13/1936 - 5/1936
    Network: CBS
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Starting time: 5:45PM
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 5/1936 - 7/10/1936
    Network: CBS
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Starting time: 11:00AM
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 9/13/1937 - 12/31/1937
    Network: NBC
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Starting time: 12:15PM
    Sponsor: Oxydol
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 1/3/1938 - 3/30/1945
    Network: CBS
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Sponsor: Oxydol
    Length of show: 15 minutes

    Dates: 9/30/1949 - 2/1950
    Network: CBS
    Days: Friday
    Starting time: 8:00PM
    Sponsor: General Foods
    Length of show: 30 minutes

    Dates: 2/1950 - 6/24/1950
    Network: CBS
    Days: Saturday
    Starting time: 8:30PM
    Sponsor: General Foods
    Length of show: 30 minutes

  • Series Synopsis: Gertrude Berg created an image of herself on paper, then found it nationally accepted as a true reflection of an entire ethnic group. Her Molly Goldberg possessed to millions the breath of the Jewish ghetto. On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio by John Dunning
    Series Theme: Toselli's Serenade
    Creator: ***  
    Cast: Mimi Aguglia(Nichael's grandmother)
    Artie Auerbach(Mr.Schneider)
    Jackson Beck
    Gertrude Berg(Molly Goldberg)
    Vivian Block
    Milo Boulton
    Helen Brown(Mrs Fowler)
    Himan Brown(Jake (1(29 - three months)))
    Delma Bryon
    Georgia Burke
    Jeanette Chinley(Libby)
    Jean 'Jeanne' Colbert
    Alfred Corn(Sammy Goldberg)
    Joseph Cotten
    Sallie Belle Cox(Crying Baby)
    Rosemary DeCamp
    Joe DeSantis
    Helene Dumas(Edna)
    Hope Emerson
    Cecile Evans(Debbie Banner)
    Ethel Everett
    Elvin E. Field
    Eddie Firestone(Seymour Fingerhood)
    Van Heflin(Sammy)
    George Herman(Mr. Mendall)
    Milton Herman
    Raymond Edward Johnson(Christopher Keator)
    Joseph 'Joe' Julian
    Garson Kanin(Malcolm, Eli Edwards)
    Alma Kruger
    Judy Laub
    Barbara Lee
    Philip Loeb(Jake (1949-50))
    Jim Lynch(Sound Effects)
    Marjorie Main
    Jack Manning
    Kate McComb
    Arlene McQuade(Rosalie (1949-50))
    Howard Merrill(Mickey Bloom)
    Eli Mintz(Uncle David (1949-50))
    Nomi Mitty
    Minerva Pious
    Zina Provendie(Sylvia Allison)
    Larry Robinson(Sammy (1949-50))
    Adele Ronson(Uncle David's daughter)
    Cecil Roy
    Alfred Ryder(Sammy Goldberg)
    Tess Sheehan
    Roslyn Silber(Rosalie)
    Menasha Skulnik(Uncle David)
    Everett Sloane(Sammy Goldberg (late 1930's))
    Sidney Slon(Solly)
    Arnold Stang(Seymour Fingerhood)
    Anne Teeman(Joyce)
    Joan Tetzel(Jane Brown)
    George Tobias
    Edward Trevor(Walter Jerome)
    Joan Vitez(Esther Miller)
    Tito Vuolo(Uncle Carlo)
    Bertha Waldon(Mrs. Melenka)
    James R. Waters(Jake Goldberg)
    Carrie Weller(Martha Wilberforce)
    Bruno Wick(Mr. Fowler)
    Director: Wes McKee
     Henry Salinger
    Announcer: Clayton 'Bud' Collyer
     Don Hancock
     Bill Hay
     Carlton Kadell
     Alan Kent
     Art Millet