12/18/11 and 2/15/12 Programs
Four hours with Darryl Hickman
Great Star of some of our most beloved classic movies of all time starting in 1938 Darryl Hickman. From The Grapes Of Wrath, Leave Her To Heaven, Men Of Boys Town, The Tingler, Network... over 130 credits. Color photo above is from Darryl's famous drowning scene with Gene Tierney! You can also find Darryl's book The Unconscious Actor on Amazon, or clicking it to go to his website. This presentation also includes the audio of some of the famous motion picture trailers of Darryl's most classic movies! Enjoy.
The Official Darryl Hickman Website.
The IMDb Site listing of all of Darryl Hickmans 137 credits.
A very rare and unusual four hours of free listening experience presented live here on WYYR with child star actor Mr. Darryl Hickman. It's unusual because you get to hear many of the movie trailers of the films he was in including some of his scenes. Quite rare for radio and certainly a treat for any 1930's and 1940's movie fan.
First 2 hours with Peggy King. Just click the play button:
Darryl Hickman with Henry Fonda in The Grapes of Wrath 1940
Here is a partial list of the actors and directors Darryl Hickman has worked with:
John Ford, Henry Fonda, SpencerTracy, Katharine Hepburn, Fred Zinneman, Robert Taylor, Clark Gable, Norman,Taurog, Gene Kelly, Shirley Temple, Pat O’Brien, Lewis Milestone, William Wellman, Clint Eastwood, Judy Garland, Vincente Minnelli, Mickey Rooney, Barbara Stanwyck, Kirk Douglas, William Holden, Deborah Kerr, John Wayne, Wallace Beery, Robert Duvall, Richard Widmark, Robert Wise, George Cukor, and Sidney Lumet. Darryl was also in the 1950's The Tingler and the 1970's classic Network. On radio, he played Raymond in Meet Corliss Archer for several years, and did Lux Radio Theater, A Date with Judy, Family Theater, and so forth. On TV just about every 1950's TV program you can think of right into the late 1990's being on The Nanny.
Above is the cover of Mr. Hickmans amazing book The Unconcious Actor. You can find it by clicking the book cover above which will bring you to his website or you can buy it on Amazon.com. The color photo is Darryl in the famous drowning scene from Leave Her To Heaven (1945) "The 1930's and 40's, in my opinion, was without a doubt the greatest time for American cinema and film making". Chris Valenti
Second 2 hours here. Just click the play button:
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