The first radio experience of Marilyn in 1946 predated her first movie; she appeared among the promising starlets interviewed by KFI Station in Los Angeles.
On July 12, 1952 she started on radio, playing a murderer on NBC in "Statement In Full" for the "Hollywood Star Playhouse" program; she could have complained of being reduced to this kind of role, because she just had played a sadistic and homicidal baby-sitter in "Don't Bother to Knock" (1952).
The radio show was broadcasted on August 31, 1952.
At the studio door
This recording had been made 10 days earlier, on August 21, at the BNC studios, 1500 Vine Street, Hollywood.
Later this year, she was the guest star of the Edgar Bergen - Charlie McCarthy Show.
On December 18, 1956, she attended the recording of a radio program at the Waldorf Astoria