Charles J. Correll & Freeman F. Gosden "Amos & Andy"
On March 19, 1928 Amos 'N' Andy began airing on WMAQ, radios first big hit. Listeners set their watches by Amos 'N' Andy's 7:00 pm radio show for quarter of an hour six nights a week, and for many years they retained a vast audience. Amos 'N' Andy creators Correll and Gosden were white actors, although most of their material which they wrote themselves sounds stereotyped today, such lines as "I'se regusted" and "Ain't dat sumpin?" were popular catch-phrases of the day.
Charles J. Correll died on September 26, 1972 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the father of actor-producer Richard Correll, who played Richard on TVs Leave It to Beaver (1957). Freeman F. Gosden died on December 10, 1982 in Los Angeles, California. Gosden was a longtime friend and neighbor of Frank Sinatra, he was Sinatra's best man at his wedding to fourth wife Barbara Marx in 1976. "Amos 'n' Andy" was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1988. Gosden and Correll were awarded Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Radio at 1777 Vine Street in Hollywood, California.
Check and Double Check full film 1930
The Presidential Election on Victor Record Recorded July 17, 1928