Re: The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters
I would say that is 99% likely, Pete. I think I will try and make a "first lines" type document for these episodes so that we can be clear when we're talking about the same recording in the case of different titles/dates.
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"Saving the Past for the Future"
On Wednesday, December 8, 2021, 03:34:49 PM CST, peterjaybird via groups.io <peterjaybird@...> wrote:
I'm guessing that 1946-12-29 is probably a bad date, being a Sunday.
On Wednesday, December 8, 2021, 04:24:19 PM EST, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:
I've been working with Larry to try and put this set together. There have been a lot of episodes shared and different dates and titles posted. Realizing it will be extremely difficult to verify these dates against discs or scripts, I compared the dates I had to dates that Jerry has listed in his holdings. Most matched up, some did not and did not seem to be an obvious typo of some sort in the date (i.e. 5s and 6s can look very similar in handwriting). Here is what I currently have in my folder:
1945-02-28 Jenny wants to Act (sometimes spelled Ginny, not sure if they are the same character, also titled Jenny's Audition)
1945-08-27 Walter Returns from Washington
1945-10-15 Jenny's Part in New Comedy
1946-03-12 Maggie's Night Off
1946-10-29 A Disturbing News Bulletin (also dated 1946-03-26)
1946-12-29 Pierre (Pierce?) Waits for Evelyn's Answer
1947-01-20 Pierce (Pierre?) Leaves for London
1947-01-27 The Upper Crust
1947-03-26 The Theater Crowd
1947-06-11 Pierce and Jenny Dine at the New Tahiti (from disc on Archive.org with picture)
1947-06-13 Evelyn Returns from New Haven (from disc on Archive.org with picture)
1948-04-21 Kristin Talks with Gary (also labeled Returning Late)
1948-07-07 Valerie Winters Climbs Stairs
Let me know how this compares to what all the recipients of the set have in their folder.