The Johnson Wax Company presents Jim and Marion Jordan, as Fibber McGee and Molly. Today Fibber has somehow been put in charge of the circus, and won the job as human cannonball. Meanwhile, he and Molly tour the midway to see the attractions. One character they encounter is a fast paced talking woman who chats it up with Fibber. The lady is voiced by Molly. The orchestra plays, Hallelujah.
As Fibber and Molly continue to take in the sights, Harlow Wilcox sneaks in the commercial. Mayor Appleton has a few words, and as Fibber takes off to handle circus business Molly tries to talk to the Mayor to get Fibber out of his cannonball job.
Just before Tommy Harris sings, My Last Love Affair, there’s a voice actress who does a monotone character. Similar to Wallace Wimple, who doesn’t appear on the show for a few more years to come. The character is voiced by Molly. Fibber has his fortune told. Molly does another voice of a gruff sounding woman. That sneaky old Harlow gets in another commercial. Mort Tooks, actually the voice of Fibber, talks to our stars.
The band plays, but the number skips and is slightly snipped. Fibber and Molly talk to a balloon salesman. Of course, Teeny makes an appearance at the circus. Fibber finally has his big moment. Worry sets in as he talks to the Old Timer. Will he go through with it? Will he be let off the hook? I’m not telling, so listen in to find out.
Tune Wranglers. 1930’s. They Go Wild Over Me.
Graham MacNamee. 1940. Letters from Listeners concerning soap operas, and word definitions.