The Harold Peary Show - Income Tax Time (Aired March 14, 1951)
Honest Harold Hemp lived with his mother and nephew and did a radio homemaker's program. The series received undeserved negative ratings and general negative attitude of the critics. The Honest Harold scripts were well crafted with well developed characters and had excellent acting and production values. Many people, including Harold Peary, believed that The Great Gildersleeve would not survive without Peary. However, Willard Waterman assumed the role and most listeners didn't notice the difference, as Mr. Waterman did an excellent job in capturing the essence of the Gildersleeve character.
March 14, 1951. CBS network. Sustaining. It's Income Tax Time
once again. Harold's waited until the last minute once again. Harold Peary, Gene Stone (writer), Jack Robinson (writer), Jack Meakin (composer, conductor), Norman Macdonnell (director), Jane Morgan, Joseph Kearns, Parley Baer, Cliff Arquette, Shirley Mitchell, Ken Christy, David Light, Dick Powell (writer), Roy Rowan (announcer). 31:03. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.