RADIO SCRIPTS - HOT COPY

 

 

 

Hot Copy recounts the adventures of Ann Rogers, girl reporter, who uncovers and solves crimes with the help of her friends.

Betty Lou Gerson, who had a very distinctive voice, played the role of Ann Rogers. She appeared in a few movies in the 1950s, and later in a variety of television shows. Her voice caught the attention of Disney Studios, which used her as the Narrator in Cinderella and later as Cruella de Vil in the popular animated feature, 101 Dalmatians. She died at the age of 84 in 1999.


Betty Lou Gerson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Double Trouble,” NBC, Hot Copy, 14 Nov 1943.

"Sweet and Hot,” NBC, Hot Copy, 21 Nov 1943.

“The Kiss of Death,” NBC, Hot Copy,  28 Nov 1943.

“Torch of Liberty,” NBC, Hot Copy, 5 Dec 1943.

“This Pen for Hire,” NBC, Hot Copy, 12 Dec 1943.

“Dead Cargo,” NBC, Hot Copy, 19 Dec 1943.

“Darkness Before Dawn,” NBC, Hot Copy, 20 Dec 1943.

“Troubled in Tunisa,” NBC, Hot Copy, nd.

“The Blond Avenger,” NBC, Hot Copy, 26 Dec 1943.

“Death Makes a Date,” NBC, Hot Copy, 16 Jan 1944.

“Murder on the Air,” NBC, Hot Copy, 23 Jan 1944.

“Weed of Violence,” NBC, Hot Copy, 10 Jan 1944.

“No Motive for Murder,” NBC, Hot Copy, 6 Feb 1944.

“Death Scores a K.O.,” NBC, Hot Copy, 13 Feb 1944.

“So Peaceful in the Country,” NBC, Hot Copy, 20 Feb 1944.

“Death Studies in Angles,” NBC, Hot Copy, 27 Feb 1944.

“Mind Over Murder,” NBC, Hot Copy, 9 Jul 1944.

“‘Oh, Dm Golden Slippers,’” Hot Copy, 5 Mar 1944.

“Death to Play and Mate,” NBC, Hot Copy, 12 Mar 1944.

“Blue Star of Brazil,” NBC, Hot Copy, 19 Mar 1944.

“Something for Nothing,” NBC, Hot Copy, 26 Mar 1944.

“‘Heavy, Heavy,’” Hot Copy, 2 Apr 1944.

“Illegal Tender,” NBC, Hot Copy, 9 Apr 1944.

“Murder on the Halfshell,” NBC, Hot Copy, 23 Apr 1944.

“Hide and Seek,” NBC, Hot Copy, 30 Apr 1944.

“Death in the Driver's Seat,” NBC, Hot Copy, 7 May 1944.

“Murder in 2/4 Time,” NBC, Hot Copy, 14 May 1944.

“Dark Horse,” NBC, Hot Copy, 21 May 1944.

“Out of the World--#1,” NBC, Hot Copy,  28 May 1944.

“A Slight Case of Arson,” NBC, Hot Copy, 11 Jun 1944.

“A Bid for Trouble,” NBC, Hot Copy, 18 Jun 1944.

“Corpse Was in the Kitchen,” NBC, Hot Copy, 25 Jun 1944.

“Sing a Song of Sabotage,” NBC, Hot Copy, 16 Jun 1944.

“More Truth than Poetry,” NBC, Hot Copy, 23 Jul 1944.

“Appointment with Death,” NBC, Hot Copy, 30 Jul 1944.

“Smooth as Silk,” NBC, Hot Copy, 6 Aug 1944.

“Out of Thin Air,” NBC, Hot Copy, 13 Aug 1944.

“Death Dons a Disguise,” NBC, Hot Copy, 20 Aug 1944.

“The Case of the Lucky Pearl,” NBC, Hot Copy, 27 Aug 1944.

“Death and Taxes,” NBC, Hot Copy, 3 Sep 1944/

“Murder in Clod Blood,” NBC, Hot Copy, 10 Sep 1944.

“Murder by Moonlight,” NBC, Hot Copy, 17 Sep 1944.

“Sweet and Lowdown,” NBC, Hot Copy, 24 Sep 1944.

“Thicker than Water,” NBC, Hot Copy, 1 Oct 1944.

“They Tell No Tales,” NBC, Hot Copy, 8 Oct 1944.

“A Little Gift of Murder,” NBC, Hot Copy, 15 Oct 1944.

“Compliments of a Killer,” NBC, Hot Copy, 22 Oct 1944.

“There's No Case Like Homicide,” NBC, Hot Copy, 29 Oct 1944.

“The Drums of Death,” NBC, Hot Copy, 5 Nov 1944.
 


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