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Hughes, Rush 1910-1958

Overview
Works: 8 works in 8 publications in 1 language and 8 library holdings
Genres: Radio serials  Interviews  Nonfiction radio programs  Radio docudramas  Drama  History  Radio news programs  Radio programs  Animated films  Speeches 
Roles: Interviewer, Speaker, Host
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Rush Hughes
United Press is on the air. United Press is on the air( Recording )

1 edition published in 1941 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Program no. 9: Some of the experiences of Lyle Wilson reporting from Germany are played out in dramatic skits. Rush Hughes interviews Lyle Wilson about reporting from Germany. Program no. 10: Joe Alex Morris narrates dramatic skits about reporting from England during wartime. Rush Hughes interviews Joe Alex Morris about his experiences reporting the war from Britain
United Press is on the air. United Press is on the air( Recording )

1 edition published in 1941 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Program no. 5: Rush Hughes speaks about how United Press reporters cover Hollywood. Fred Othman talks about reporting in Hollywood and interviews Clark Gable and Carole Lombard. Program no. 6: Rush Hughes interviews Virgil Pinkley about his experiences reporting from the Axis countries
United Press is on the air. United Press is on the air( Recording )

1 edition published in 1941 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Program no. 11: Everett Holles describes how the United Press covered the British landings in Greece and the Italian march into the capitol of Ethiopia; with the assistance of dramatic vignettes. Program no. 12: Robert Bellaire tells the stories of his five years in East Asia, including the bombing of Chongqing and speculation about Japanese intentions; with the assistance of dramatic vignettes
United Press is on the air. United Press is on the air( Recording )

1 edition published in 1941 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Program no. 1: Rush Hughes explains how United Press covers the big war news. He then interviews Harry Flory about some of his experiences covering the war for United Press. Program no. 2: Rush Hughes interviews Ed Beattie about his experiences reporting conflicts around the world
Love and hisses( Visual )

1 edition published in 1937 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Musical comedy. Ben Bernie arranges for Walter Winchell to discover his new protege, but the ruse is discovered
Hughesreel. Hughesreel( Recording )

1 edition published in 1936 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Program no. 57. Before the final act of Congress in 1856 that U. S. ambassadors abroad do not wear gold braid, a uniform or anything but a dark suit which caused much confusion at diplomatic meetings for Secretary of State William Marcy, Admiral Perry, James Buchanan, Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Francis Shroeder, Minister Resident to Sweden, and John Mason, Minister to France ; 1935: Upon his death, Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith's airline between Australia and New Zealand will be carried on by his wife, Lady Mary Kingsford-Smith ; 1935: Tirana, Albania jail trying to collect room and board for a prisoner of war that had stayed for 12 years ; Bodenwerder, Germany to buy Baron Munchhausen home as a monument ; Villeneuve-Loubet, France to erect monument to Chef August Escoffier ; Byron De Prorok, archeaologist, in search of the tomb, white skinned queen of Africa among the Tuareg. He discovered the tomb of 4th-century BC Tuareg matriarch, Tin Hinan, The White Queen of the Sahara. Description of Tuareg includes cultural bias of the time ; 1936: Father Damien's corpse is returned to Belgium for burial from the leper colony in the Philippines ; Story of Dr. Victor Heiser, who created an island for lepers in Philippines -- Program no. 58. Mr. Hughes mentions that this is the next-to-last show of the series. Wonders of the world. Meteorite that once hit the earth in the Carolinas and investigated by F.A. Melton in 1931 ; Was there a real person known as, "The Old Man Of The Mountain?" Hassan-i Sabbah ; What was, "The Barefoot Gazette?" Moscow newspaper for criminals ; Is there really a Blarney stone? Two as Blarney castle ruins which had been occupied by Cormac MacCarthy ; Which is the oldest family on Earth? Confucius which now has 40000 descendants ; The disappearance of the "U.S.S. Conestoga" and "The Cyclops" ; Philip III who died because he followed the book of etiquette ; The story of Joseph Pulitzer
United Press is on the air. United Press is on the air( Recording )

1 edition published in 1941 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Program no. 3: Rush Hughes provides a look behind the scenes of the work of the United Press in Washington, D.C. William Lawrence interviews senator Burton K. Wheeler in his office about the Lend-Lease bill. Louis J. Schafle interviews Senator Claude Pepper about the Lend-Lease bill. Wendell Wilkie is heard speaking to congress on the same subject. Program no. 4: Rush Hughes introduces several women of the press who work every bit as hard as their male counterparts. Mary Merlin (name from audition only) recounts her experiences covering the war in Greece. Joan Younger describes the stories she's covered, including the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. Eleanor Packard describes her wartime experiences in several places around the world
United Press is on the air. United Press is on the air( Recording )

1 edition published in 1941 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Program no. 7: An inside look at how the United Press handles a big sport's story by giving a sampling of the year's spring training coverage including: Bill Brandt predicting the upcoming season, an interview with Harry Ferguson and Cincinnati Reds pitcher, Witt Guise. Program no. 8: Rush Hughes interviews Miles W. Vaughn about his coverage of the Far East and the Pacific for the past ten years
 
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