Sally Starr– Sally Starr’s Adventure To The Moon

Label: Liberty Bell – L-1776
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Genre: Non-Music, Jazz
Style: Radioplay, Dixieland


01 Rocket Into Space
02 Meet Space Pilot James
03 City in Space
04 Is It Raining In Paris
05 Story Of The Planets
06 Big TV Show In The Sky
07 Round Trips
08 Put A Penny In The Scale
09 Window In Space
10 Sally Walks On The Moon

Sally Starr (born Alleen Mae Beller, January 26, 1923) adopted a cowgirl persona and appealed to local TV audiences for several generations of children that established her as a prominent 1950s celebrity television personality, that included a lifetime mix of diverse entertainment accomplishments in American radio, Broadway stage and Movies continuing for over 60 years.

Starr was born Alleen Mae Beller in Kansas City, Missouri, and legally changed her name to Starr in 1941. She was the second oldest of five girls. Her parents, Charles and Bertha Beller, encouraged her to enter the world of show business for which she exhibited both talent and ambition. At the age of 12 years, she and her sister Mildred, billed as the “Little Missouri Maids,” made their first debut on a CBS radio program titled “Blush Creek Follies”.


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