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Vic and Sade Old Time Radio Program

15 minute comedy show

Vic and Sade was an American radio program created and written by Paul Rhymer. It was regularly broadcast on radio from 1932 to 1944, then intermittently until 1946, and was briefly adapted to television in 1949 and again in 1957.

During its 14-year run on radio, Vic and Sade became one of the most popular series of its kind, earning critical and popular success: according to Time, Vic and Sade had 7,000,000 devoted listeners in 1943. For the majority of its span on the air, Vic and Sade was heard in 15-minute episodes without a continuing storyline. The central characters, known as "radio's home folks," were accountant Victor Rodney Gook (Art Van Harvey), his wife Sade (Bernadine Flynn) and their adopted son Rush (Bill Idelson). The three lived on Virginia Avenue in "the small house halfway up in the next block." The program was presented with a low-key ease and naturalness, and Rhymer's humorous dialogue was delivered with a subtleness that made even the most outrageous events seem commonplace and normal.Vic and Sade was first heard over NBC's Blue network in 1932 and originated in Chicago. At the height of its popularity, it was broadcast over all three major networks and as many as six times a day.

Vic and Sade was written by the prodigious Paul Rhymer for the entire length of its long run. The principal characters were a married couple living in "the small house halfway up in the next block." After the first weeks in production an extra character, an adopted son, was added to the show, and it was in this format, with only three characters, that the program thrived for the next eight years and won many awards for the writer, actors and sponsor.

In 1940, the actor who played Vic, Art Van Harvey, became ill, and Sade's Uncle Fletcher (Clarence Hartzell) was added to the cast to fill the place of the missing male lead. When Van Harvey recovered his health, Uncle Fletcher was kept on as a fourth character.

During World War II, the actor who played Rush, Bill Idelson, was called into military service, and he left the show. The spring months of 1943 were a tumultuous period, but eventually a second son figure, Russell Miller (David Whitehouse), was brought in, and the program continued as it always had. The show faltered somewhat with Whitehouse, who sounded as if he was reading his lines aloud in school. Idelson later returned as Rush.

Paul Rhymer frequently gave each of the principals a day off, by confining his scripts to only two of the main characters. Vic and Sade would discuss a domestic problem while Rush was in school; Sade and Rush would review the day's events while Vic was still at the office; Vic and Rush would tackle some project while Sade was out shopping. Several episodes deliberately make no forward progress whatever, as the cast introduces the episode's premise but gets bogged down in endless details, not resolving the story at all!

Vic and Sade was technically a "soap opera," in time slots slanted toward an audience of housewives, and sponsored by food items and cleaning products. Rhymer evidently felt some pressure from the sponsor's advertising agencies to include more romance and human interaction into his scripts, like the other daytime dramas on the air. Rhymer complied in his own dry way, by adding ridiculous touches (his romantic lead, Dwight Twentysixler, always speaks with his "mouth full of shingle nails"!) and oddball characters (Orville Wheeney, the slow-witted gas-meter man; Jimmy Custard, the crochety town official who never quite makes clear what he does; Mr. Sprawl, the frail old man who dotes on "peanuts with chocolate smeared on the outsides").

Vic and Sade went off the air September 29, 1944 but was brought back several times. In 1945, the cast was augmented to include many characters who were previously only talked about. In 1946 it was a summer replacement series, now in a half-hour format and played in front of a live studio audience. Later that year it became a sustaining (unsponsored) feature on the Mutual network.

In 1949 three television episodes were made (with only Bernadine Flynn remaining from the original cast), using an elaborate set that included the whole house as well as the front and back yards. In 1957 Vic and Sade ran for seven weeks as a television series but returned to the original three-character format, with Art Van Harvey back as Vic.

The show's strength and appeal stem from its author's unique outlook on the world, his peculiar sense of humor, and his ability to create a universe of people, places and fascinating situations out of exiguous material.

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Vic and Sade episode list

237 episodes
Vic&Sade - $20HankGustavGaveVic.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1937-05-28_DecorationDayParade.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1937-06-04_SadiesTripToDwight.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1937-11-28_CongressAndSupremeCourt.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1938-11-30_VicsNewHat.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-01-02_LodgeRegaliaOnLoan.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-01-16_FlowerGardenBiznes.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-03-08_MrEricksonsHouseRepairs.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-04-25_RottenDavisPhones.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-04-26_Sade's New Luggage.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-05-11_Overnight Guests.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-06-01_Grandpa Snyder-Xmas Cards.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-06-05_Y.Y.Flirch Tries To Phone Vic.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-06-13_Porch Collapses-Rotten Takes Blame.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-07-05_Two Tons of Coal #1.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-08-30_Rush Mad-Preselected School Clothes.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-09-06_Office Invoices-Magnifying Glass.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-09-22_Sade Provides Names of Wildflowers.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-10-06_Double Feature In Hopewood.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-10-30_Five Xmas Card Salesmen.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-10-31_Blue-Tooth Under Gook Davenport.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-11-06_Charlie R.'s Fish Picture.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-11-07_Smelly Makes A Speech.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-11-14_Rush - House Destroyer.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-11-21_SmellyClarkSolicitsGifts.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-12-UU_Rush Is Getting On In Years.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-UU-UU_Mr. Gumpox Offers Sade A Stall.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-UU-UU_Rush -- I Hereby Resign From....mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-UU-UU_Sade volunteers Rush for pageant.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-UU-UU_Speaking Acquaintances.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939-UU-UU_Vic's Xmas Card List.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939_LetterToWalter.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939_RushDrawsListOfAcquaintances.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1939_VicsGeographicalTrip.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-01-02_No Painted Portrait of Big Dipper.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-01-09_Boys Copy Numbers-Sade Tells Gossip.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-01-12_ Vegetable Garden.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-01-19_Gumpox VS Donahue.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-01-22_R.J. Konk's Improved Portrait.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-01-24_Y.Y. Flirch Best Looking Man.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-02-20_Rush's Good Looks (partial recording).mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-02-27_DeepCurrentsOfSchoolLife.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-03-19_Bess Letter-Grocery List On Top.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-03-25_SmellyClarksBigDate.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-03-27_Vic Fakes The Coronet.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-03-29_No, Vic, No Trip To Chicago.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-04-04 - Rush Must Make A Call On A Girl.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-04-08_Can Blue-Tooth Sue The Bijou.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-04-10_Nicer To Sleep Over For 2 Weeks.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-04-17_Vic's Heart-Shaped Face.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-05-03_Engine Cab Ride To Chicago.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-05-06_Working Out Hank's Indebtedness.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-05-15_Vic's Picture Totally Mislabelled.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-05-27_Miss Scott Getting Too Chummy.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-05-29_Nicer The Goader.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-06-13_Short Bio of Little Dipper.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-06-14_Freedom-Last Day of School.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-06-17_Mr. Sludge to Sleep Overnight at Gooks.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-06-18_June Xmas Card Pressure.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-06-19_Vic's Wide-Brimmed Hat.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-06-21_Hank's Job-Royal Throne Barbershop.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-06-24_Mr. Gumpox Blows Kisses.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-07-01_Ruthie Has Secrets.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-07-04_Mr. Sludge Calls His Mother.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-07-22_Mr. Donohue Asks For Demotion.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-07-23_Sade Shows Razorscum Album.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-08-14_BaconSandwiches.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-09-UU_Mr. Sludge Grows A Moustache.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-10-23_Hot Soup.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-11-19_Man Caught In Revolving Door.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-12-17_A Bijou Lifetime Pass.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-12-23_Bess' Letter From 1937.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-12-31_Howard Has A New Harness.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-UU-UU_Appelrot Shoves Sade Around.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-UU-UU_Hank's $200 Wardrobe.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-UU-UU_Milton's Dirt In Fruit Jars.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-UU-UU_Mr. Donahue Gets Promotion.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-UU-UU_Shake Hands With R.J. Konk.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-UU-UU_Teaching Cigar Smoking To Chinbunny.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1940-UU-UU_Too Many Faces In The Windows.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-01-23_Vic Now On Marching Team.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-01-25_Beautiful, Beautiful Wallpaper.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-01-UU_Chit Chat-South American Wallpaper.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-02-03_New Wallpaper-There's A Catch.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-02-07_Landlady's Photos-Again.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-02-11_Fred Considering Joining Lodge.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-02-24_Uncle Fletcher To Meet 1 AM Train.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-02-25_No Marching For Me.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-03-14_Marching Team Pictures.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-03-25_Muddled Shopping Money.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-03-27_Hank's Weather Service.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-03-31_Rush Wants His Interest.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-03-UU_Company Coming-13 People.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-04-04_Dinner Invitation Withdrawn.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-04-UU_40 Lbs. of Golf Clubs.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-04-UU_Shopping Trip-$5 Bank.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-04-UU_Vic Wins Broad-Brimmed Hat.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-05-02_Vic's Picture On Quarterly Cover.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-05-12_Exaulted Big Dipper Day.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-05-13_Uncle Fletcher Wants Mementos Stored.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-05-16_Uncle Fletcher's Door Stop Plan.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-05-21_Key Collection.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-05-UU_Rush, Bulletin Board Monitor.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-06-09_Letter Writing Plot.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-07-UU_Fred's Concrete Partition.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-08-26_Uncle Fletcher The Protector.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-09-09_Vic Gets Gift Wrap Again.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-09-17_Don't Help Dust Uncle Fletcher.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-09-29_Bright Kentucky Hotel Speaker.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-10-08_Sade's Surprise Xmas Gift.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-10-09_It's Algebra, Uncle Fletcher.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-10-10_Fred And The Fifth Tire.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-10-14_Vic Declines Coronet Lessons.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-11-04_Send The Slippers Back.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-11-05_Vic's Xmas Gift List Too Long.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-11-20_Rush Humiliated On Thanksgiving.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-11-UU_Crowded Car Ride.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-11-UU_No Hookey For Vic & Rush.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-12-01_Bert & Winnie-Plant 17 Trip.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-12-08_The Bottom Buffet Drawer.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-12-12_34 Xmas Gifts.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-12-25_North Dakota River Bottom Revel.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-12-UU_Strictly Business Xmas Loan.mp3

Vic&Sade - 1941-42 - Uncle Fletcher's Trip To Dixon.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-UU-UU_14 Days in Grovelman,SC.mp3

Vic&SAde - 1941-UU-UU_Landlord's Sneaky Trick.mp3

Vic&Sade -- DiscussWeddingGuests.mp3

Vic&Sade -- FlowerGardenArranger.mp3

Vic&Sade -- SadeOpensRevGookLetter.mp3

Vic&Sade -- SadeOutInTheYard.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-01-21__DemiseOfBernice.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-01-24__MrRuebushHasToWait.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-02-16__TheWivesRuleBook.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-03-18__AfterDinnerTalk.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-05-30__FiveMenFromMaine.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-06-01__CallingLongDistance.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-06-03__NicerScottHasTwoTrees.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-06-04__GrandOldLodgeLady.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-06-30__WhosWhoInKitchenware.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-07-01__UncleFletchersEasyChair.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941-10-17__BrokenAlarmClocks.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941__IcebergsInIlllinois.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941__LandladysWashragCollection.mp3

Vic&Sade_1941__MrChinbunnyEatsIceCream.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-02-13__ThePrizeClock.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-02-17__HankGutstopMaitreD.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-02-18__EdithSugginsVisits.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-02-19__UncleFletcherVisits.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-02-24__RawhideShoestrings.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-02-25__DonahuesDoorbell.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-02-26__PuttingUpPorchSwing.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-03-03__AccountingForSpondulicks.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-03-04__TheRoomWarming.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-03-05__TornadoGook.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-03-09__UncleFletchersLetterFromAuntBess.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-03-11__Budgeting.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-04-06__RushCollectsScrapMetal.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-05-15__MentionedInDispatches.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-06-08__AnotherLetterFromBess.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-06-18__MisApplerotsPetition.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-07-12__LodgeRegalia.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-07__TitlesForHusbands.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-08-06__ChristmasCardsCod.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-08-18__AtticCleaning.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-09-12__VegetableGarden.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-09-15__LetterFromHKFleeber.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-09-18__FredBecomesTed.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-10-01__CherryPhosphates.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-10-12__MayorJoinsLodge.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-10-27__SuggestionsForBossChristmasPresent.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-11-20__RushsHaircut.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942-12-07__MsNagleToBreakUpLeeStreet.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942__LodgeSpeechRehearsal.mp3

Vic&Sade_1942__ThimbleClubPlansVisits.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-01-02__FancyTitlesForSale.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-02-15__DottieBrainfeebleArrives.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-02-16__LelandRichardsIsComing.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-03-31__BrainfeeblesHousewarming.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-04-12__DottiesNewDresses.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-07-12__GarbageManLodgeRegalia.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-08-20__ATripToTheTrainStation.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-09-20__FiftyPhotosOfVicsTeeth.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-10-01__ShoppingAfterSewingButtons.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-10-11__BBBaughsVictorRGookFontanel.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-10-26__HonoraryLodgeMemberPomPomCordova.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-10-27__SadesThimbleClub.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-03__WatchFobCollection.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-08__EssayOnBirds.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-10__PhoneCallInterrupt.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-11__BBBaugh.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-12__WorkingOffGutstopsDebt.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-15__IkeKneesurfersSnapshots.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-19__CaribbeanDreamFlute.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-26__ChoosingChristmasPresentForBoss,Again.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-29__GarbageWagonPass.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-11-30__SweetEstherWisconsin.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943-12-02__CleanOutBookcase.mp3

Vic&Sade_1943__RusselMillerConArtist.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-01-25__HomeForTheTall.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-02-05__HistoryOfPlant#14.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-03-01__HankGutstopThrowsAParty.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-03-20__MysteriousSkulkers.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-04-05__FormulaForHyenaGrease.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-05-01__LodgeHolidayHomeVisits.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-06-02__TeachingCigarSmoking.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-06-07__UncleFletchersElkskinShoestrings.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-06-15__AuntBess.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-06-30__RussellStaysWithMilton.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-07-13__SaleAtHamiltons.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-04__WeddingGuestList.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-05__SadeReckonsHerDebtors.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-06__MutedSilverMoonbeam.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-07__FancyBox.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-08__VicGoingToChicago.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-11__WeddingPlans.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-12__StembottomsTires.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-13__UncleFletcherGoesToDixon,Illinois.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-14__WorkingOffHankGutstopsDebt.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-15__SadeHelpsUncleFletcherBuyRing.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-18__VicsGreetingCards.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-20__SadeOpensRevCooksLetter.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-21__GroomIsArrivingOnThe945.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-22__VicsUnheardNews.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-25__SavingBluetooth.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-26__BoxOfOldLetters.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-27__BridegroomDisappears.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-28__VicDunsKleeburgers.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-09-29__Goodbye_LastShowOfMainRunOnNBC.mp3

Vic&Sade_1944-10-27__SadesThimbleClub.mp3

Vic&Sade_1945-11-26__ExpellingSweetCornFromTheLodge.mp3

Vic&Sade_1946-00-00__FletchersPrearrangedMeals.mp3

Vic&Sade_1946-00-00__PoliceChiefCullerson.mp3

Vic&Sade_1946-07-04__WomensAuxilliary.mp3

Vic&Sade_1946-07-25__GoingToPeoria.mp3

Vic&Sade_1946-08-22__Sade&MisKesslerFight.mp3

Vic&Sade_1946-08-26__VicsOfficeWorkAtHome.mp3

Vic&Sade_1946-10-13__MrZHandyman.mp3