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That Laugh Tells You ‘G’ Day’s Here Again (Great Gildersleeve)

That Laugh Tells You ‘G’ Day’s Here Again THE Great Gildersleeve , the big man with the basso profundo laugh, is coming back to the air today at 5:30 p. m. over WMAQ-NBC. And his faithful followers will be happy-or will they? – to learn he is fully recovered from the near romance with Window Ransome. Under present plans, she will not even be on the show this year. Gildy’s life, however, will still be very much taken up with the schemes of nephew Leroy and the affairs of nice Marjorie. The break with Window Ransome came shortly before the program went off the air for the summer. When husband Beauregard returned to save Throckmorton P. from the bonds of matrimony. It was two seasons ago that Gildy and his crew took to radio on their own, causing more than a mild furor in one of America’s oldest families, the proud and ancient clan of Gildersleeve. This clan. whose founders built the American fleet that helped defeat the British in 1812 and whose fame has depended on its importa

The Perils of Peary (Harold Peary star of old time radio show, The Great Gildersleeve)

The Perils of Peary Hal Peary takes his son to the local carnival, but discovers—alas—that Kiddieland is strictly for little kids A beautiful Sunday morning, and Hal Peary intends to show son, Page, how much fun he can have in Kiddieland Page is off on the miniature train “Nove. look-a-here, son—you’ve got to grip that horse with your knees.” Hal, the expert horseman, gives Page a briefing before he sends him out on the pony ride. “Okay, Pop. Nove hold tight to his neck and don’t take any brass rtugs.” Son Page pulls a turnabout and launches Dad on his first merry-go-round ride in???  years. “Whee! This looks like fun!” This time Hal joins Page on the Ferris wheel Page is just a little worried, but Hal assures him there is nothing like it. “My, this reminds me of my younger days when you’d take a girl up in the Ferris wheel, and—say! They certainly build these things higher than they did.” “It must be the altitude,” says Hal. Page wants to stay