One of the most popular radio teenage comedies of the 1940's, A Date with Judy was (as Judy herself might have put it) "just sen-sash!"
With a breathless, giggly tone and sentences punctuated with slang phrases like "oh, how dreamy!", Louise Erickson was perfect as the teenager whose only serious concerns in life were boys, school, boys, hairstyles, boys, makeup, boys, her social standing…and boys. John Brown and Myra Marsh are heard as Judy's parents, and Dix Davis plays her younger brother, Randolph.
Laugh with Judy and her friends Gloria, Mitzi, Stinky, Jo-Jo…and Oogie Pringle - her steady, played by Richard Crenna - in four digitally remastered episodes.
Includes the following episodes:
Aunt Lillie - 08-11-42
Mr. Foster's Birthday Present - 08-01-44
Minnehaha - 07-08-47
Judy Away at Camp - 06-22-48