CARY GRANT'S RADIO ROOM
Cary Grant was born, Archibald Alexander Leach, on
January 18, 1904. He was born in Bristol, England.
Cary Grant became one of the finest movie actors
Hollywood ever produced.

Mr. Grant also was an excellent actor on radio. He
appeared on various radio programs, such as
Lux
Radio Theatre
and Suspense. Cary Grant appeared on
Lux Radio Theatre over 20 times.

The first time Cary Grant appeared on
Lux Radio
Theatre
was in 1935. The play was entitled, Adam and
Eve
. Other radio programs Mr. Grant would appear on
multiple times were
Screen Director's Playhouse,
Suspense, and The Screen Guild Theatre.

Cary Grant was able to play both dramatic and
comedic parts equally well on radio. He seemed to be
comfortable behind the radio mic. However, not all
actors felt comfortable performing on radio.

On January 21, 1951, the first episode of the radio
program,
Mr. And Mrs. Blandings first aired on radio.
Cary Grant and his wife (Betsy Drake) starred on this
radio program.

The program was based on the hit movie,
Mr.
Blandings Builds his Dream House
. The radio program
only lasted one season.
Mr. And Mrs. Blandings was
sponsored by TWA Airlines.

Cary Grant proved to be a great actor on both the
movie screen and over the radio airwaves.  
Fortunately, many of the radio programs Mr. Grant
appeared on survive to this day. Enjoy!
CARY GRANT ON LUX RADIO THEATRE
  • Lux Radio Theatre
  • Mr. Lucky
  • Broadcast: 10/18/1943
  • Lux Radio Theatre
  • I Confess
  • Broadcast: 9/21/1953
CARY GRANT ON SCREEN GUILD THEATRE
  • Screen Guild Theatre
  • Variety 8
  • Broadcast: 9/24/1939
  • Screen Guild Theatre
  • Suspicion
  • Broadcast: 1/21/1946
CARY GRANT ON SUSPENSE AND SCREEN DIRECTOR'S PLAYHOUSE
  • Screen Director's Playhouse
  • Mr. Lucky
  • Broadcast: 1/20/1950
THE MR. AND MRS. BLANDINGS RADIO SHOW
  • Mr. And Mrs. Blandings
  • Measles
  • Broadcast: 1951
CARY GRANT'S VARIOUS RADIO APPEARANCES
  • Academy Award Theatre
  • Suspicion
  • Broadcast: 10/30/1946