Here are 10 things you should know about Harold Huber, born 109 years ago today. If you’ve seen even a half-dozen movies from the 1930s, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve seen this prolific character actor at work.
Fall is just around the corner, but at Cladrite Radio, we just couldn’t wait: We’ve added our vast collection of autumnal songs of the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s to our playlist, including more versions of the delightful Shine on, Harvest Moon than you may have known existed.
If you’re ready for sweater weather, pumpkins, falling leaves and the hint of woodsmoke in the air, you’re definitely a kindred spirit, so tune in now via the link at the top of this page!
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Cladrite Radio is a labor of love, but it costs us a good deal of money, time and energy. A little support from our listeners, readers and followers will go a long way toward making things a bit easier for us.
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Here are 10 things you should know about aquatic actress Esther Williams, born 97 years ago today. She’s one gal who quickly made a big splash in Hollywood.
We interviewed Ms. Williams some years ago, so after viewing the video, you might want to check out what we think is a pretty entertaining Q&A.