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CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (1935-53)  OTR 8 CD-ROM 724 mp3

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onesmedia Store HOME | BOOKS | JEAN SHEPHERD | MOVIES | OLD TIME RADIO AUDIO CD | OLD TIME RADIO mp3 CD ROM | OLD TIME RADIO mp3 DVD ROM CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (1935-1953) Old Time Radio - 8 CD-ROM - 724 mp3 Cavalcadeof America is an anthology drama series that was sponsored bythe DuPont Company. It was initially broadcast on radio from1935 to 1953, and later on television from 1952 to 1957.Originally on CBS the series pioneered the use of anthologydrama for company audio advertising.Cavalcade of America documented historical events using storiesof individual courage, initiative and achievement, often withfeel-good dramatizations of the human spirit's triumph againstall odds. This was consistent with DuPont's overall conservativephilosophy and legacy as an American company dating back to1802. The company's motto, "Maker of better things for betterliving through chemistry," was read at the beginning of eachprogram, and the dramas emphasized humanitarian progress,particularly improvements in the lives of women, often throughtechnological innovation.The show started as part of a successful campaign toreinvigorate DuPont. In the early 1930s, the Nye Committeeinvestigations concluded that DuPont had made a fortuneprofiteering in World War I. The company stood accused ofencouraging an arms race between WWI enemies, after beingheavily subsidized by the Allies to increase black powderproduction. The negative effects of the investigation left thecompany demoralized, directionless and with a tarnishedcorporate image in the middle of the Great Depression.DuPont's products were primarily not for public consumption, sothere was no purpose in promoting them through advertising. As asolution to DuPont's troubles, Roy Durstine, then creativedirector of Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, proposed thecreation of Cavalcade of America using the company motto. Thiswas to be an important element in the successful re-branding ofDuPont as an American legacy engaged in making products for thewell-being of Americans and humanity in general.Ironically, DuPont's image problems lead the company to promotesome pacifist and socialist ideals. DuPont stipulated severaltopics would be taboo on the show such as gunfire of any kind,which attracted writers such as Norman Rosten and Arthur Miller,who had signed the Oxford Pledge while at University ofMichigan. For scripts the program was also able to attract suchprominent writers as Maxwell Anderson, Stephen Vincent Benét,Carl Sandburg and Robert Sherwood. Although Yale Universityhistorian Frank Monaghan signed on as an advisor to ensurehistorically accuracy of the scripts, listeners were quick topoint out that trains did not use air brakes in 1860 andWashington's troops could not have sung "Tannenbaum" whilecrossing the Delaware since it was written two months after thatevent.On May 15, 1940 DuPont made nylon women's hosiery available tothe public and began an advertising blitz. The day wasdesignated "N-day" by DuPont's marketeers, and an entire episodeof Cavalcade of America was markedly different: DuPont selecteda "typical" housewife to interview G. P. Hoff, Director ofResearch of DuPont's Nylon Division. In the rigged interview,Hoff expounded at length on the virtues of nylon. Eager topurchase nylon hose, thousands of women waited in lines fordepartment stores to open the following morning. 750,000 nylonshad been manufactured for N-Day, but all were sold on the firstday they went on sale.In the 1950s, DuPont switched its advertising strategy fromradio to television, and Cavalcade of America became atelevision series. Over five seasons, 133 episodes were airedbetween 1952 and 1957. During a six-month period, the TV andradio series overlapped. The show was telecast on both NBC(1952-53) and ABC (1953-57). It was renamed DuPont CavalcadeTheater in August 1955, and it was known as DuPont Theaterduring its last year. In the 1957 fall season it was replaced byThe DuPont Show of the Month, a 90-minute live dramatization ofpopular novels and short stories or abridged versions of filmsand plays. That series ran until 1961.Many kinescopes of Cavalcade of America survive at the UCLA Filmand Television Archive. 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FULL REFUND IF NOT SATISFIED SHOWS LIST Filename 351009 1 No Turning Back 351016 2 The Will to Conquer Distance 351023 3 The Spirit of Competition 351030 4 The Will to Rebuild 351106 5 Faith in Education 351113 6 Woman's Emancipation 351120 7 Willingness to Share 351127 8 Community Self Reliance 351204 9 Heroism in Medical Science 351211 10 The Will to Explore 351218 11 Defiance of Nature 351225 12 The Humanitarian Urge 360101 13 Declaration of Independence 360108 14 Women in Public Service 360115 15 Building and Architecture 360122 16 Speed Of Words 360129 17 Enterprise 360205 18 Loyalty to Family 360212 19 Abraham Lincoln 360219 20 The Bridge Builders 360226 21 Heroes of the Sea 360304 22 Songs That Inspired the Nation 360311 23 Perseverance 360318 24 They Also Serve 360325 25 Conservation 360401 26 Winning Fame For American Literature 360408 27 Opportunity 360415 28 Railroad Builders 360422 29 Safety First 360429 30 Self Reliance 360506 31 The Artistic Impulse 360513 32 Tillers of the Soil 360520 33 Hardiness 360527 34 Resourcefulness 360603 35 Songs of Home 360617 36 Heroes of Texas 360701 38 American Journalism 360708 39 Victor Herbert - Master of Melody 360715 40 Development of Band Music in America 1 360722 41 Development of Band Music in America 2 360729 42 Development of Band Music in America 3 360805 43 Development of Band Music in America 4 360826 46 The Evolution of Dance Music in America 360902 47 American Musical Comedy and Operetta 360916 49 The Orchestra of Today and How It Grew 360923 50 Music of the Movies 360930 51 Showmanship - The Story Of Phineas T Barnum 361007 52 A Helping Hand 361014 53 Sentinels of the Deep 361021 54 John Winthrop, Pioneer of Chemical Of Science 361104 55 Edward MacDowell, Pioneer In American Music 361111 56 Transcontinental Journeys 361125 58 Songs of Sentiment 361202 59 The Seeing Eye 361209 60 The Story of Christmas Seals 361223 62 A Tribute To Ernestine Schumann-Heink 361230 63 Yankee Independence 370106 64 Winning Prestige for the American Stage 370113 65 John Hyatt - Father of Plastics 370120 66 Songs of the Sea 370127 67 Pioneer Woman Physician 370203 68 Minute Men of the Air 370210 69 The Man Who Couldn't Grow Old 370217 70 The Ounce of Prevention 370224 71 Winning Recognition for American Singers 370302 72 National Parks Pioneers 370310 73 Stephen Girard 370317 74 James Fenimore Cooper, First American Novelist 370324 75 The House of Glass 370331 76 The McGuffey Readers 370407 77 Admiral Peary Discovers the Pole 370414 78 Songs of the Gay Nineties 370421 79 The Golden Touch 370428 80 George Washington 370512 82 The Story of Dynamite 370519 83 Thomas A Edison, The Man 370526 84 Songs of the American Indian 370602 85 The Story of American Dyes 370609 86 The Eighth Wonder of the World 370616 87 Stars of Destiny 370623 88 The Pine Tree Shilling 370630 89 Luther Burbank 370707 90 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Irving Berlin 370714 91 Cavalcade of Music - Music of George Gershwin 370721 92 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Richard Rodgers 370728 93 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Vincent Youmans 370804 94 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Rudolf Friml 370811 95 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Jerome Kern 370825 97 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Arthur Schwartz 370901 98 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Victor Herbert 370908 99 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Nacio Herb Brown 370915 100 Cavalcade of Music - Music of Cole Porter 370922 101 Don Voorhees Own Program 370929 102 Edwin Booth, Pioneer American Actor 371006 103 Mary Lyon, Pioneer Woman Educator 371013 104 William Penn and the Holy Experiment 371020 105 John Jacob Astor 371027 106 Clara Louise Kellogg 371103 107 Elmer Ambrose Sperry 371110 108 John Bartram's Garden 371124 110 Sara Josepha Hale 371201 111 Ottmar Mergenthaler 371208 112 The Constit
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