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This western featured movie star Guy Madison as the lead, ably assisted by media veteran Andy Devine as his sidekick Jingles. Both remained with the series for its entire run. Kellogg's was the sponsor from start to finish. After the last show in December 1954 it went into syndication from July 1955 until Feb 1956. Guy Madison and Andy Devine were extremely busy during this time. In addition to the radio series they also appeared in 113 half hour TV Wild Bill Hickok shows between 1951 and 1958. Unlike most series that made the transition from radio to TV, The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok TV Show kept the same cast as the radio show. The TV version began as a syndicated one; it was picked up by CBS-TV and viewed from 1955-1958 and on ABC-TV from 1957 to 1958 in the day time or late afternoon. Even that it was directed at a juvenile audience, the shows are quiet entertaining for all age groups. Jingles' horse was named "Joker" and "Buckshot" was ridden by Wild Bill Hickok.
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A collection of Halloween scary stories, and Halloween shows from the Old Time Radio. 171 episodes from the following shows: **Aldrich Family **Anthology **Archie Andrews **Baby Snooks **Bill Stern Sports Newsreel **Black Museum **Blood Countess **Boris Karloff **CBS Radio Mystery Theater **Charlotte Greenwood Show **Clock **Creeps by Night **Dark Fantasy **Dimension X **Edgard Bergen and Charlie McCarthy **Escape **Father Knows Best **Fibber McGee And Molly **Great Gildersleeve **Hall of Fantasy **Halls of Ivy 51-11-07 **Hermits Cave **House of Mystery **Imagination Theater **Inner Sanctum **Jack Benny **Jack Carson Show **Life of Riley **Life with Luigi **Lights Out **Lum and Abner **Martha Meade Society Program **Mercury Summer Theater **Mercury Theater **Murder At Midnight **My Favorite Husband **Mysterious Traveler **Mystery in the Air **Nebbs **Nightfall **Our Miss Brooks **Ozzie and Harriet **Quiet Please **Screen Guild Theater **Sealtest Variety Theater **Shadow 410302 **Spike Jones **Suspense **Theater Guild On The Air **Unexepcted **Whisperer **Whistler **Witchs Tale **X Minus One
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Finally, you may now experience the awe and wonder of science fiction's finest Theater of the Imagination! Here are all 48 episodes of the classic science fiction series, "Dimension X" . . . digitally remastered into DVD Audio! Thrill to exciting stories by such sci-fi masters as Ray Bradbury, Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, Theodore Sturgeon, and many others.These are among the finest science fiction dramatizations ever put on the radio, presented on DVD. Navigate through all of the programs easily, either on your computer's DVD drive or on any standard television DVD player. Then...sit back, close your eyes, and enjoy!When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
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THE ADVENTURES OF PHILIP MARLOWE - NBC produced Phillip Marlowe as a summer replacement series for the Bob Hope Show. It featured several adaptations of Chandler short stories, but was considered too talky and slow-moving. Erle Stanley Gardner, in a letter to Chandler, confided he found it all rather difficult to follow. But the CBS series, THE ADVENTURES OF PHILIP MARLOWE, that followed the next year, really clicked. After a three episode trial run on THE PEPSODENT PROGRAM in September of 1947 with Van Hefflin in the title role, THE ADVENTURES OF PHILIP MARLOWE premiered as a weekly series on September 26, 1948. It was well-produced, less introspective than the books or the previous series on NBC, but it had a secret weapon. Gerald Mohr excelled as Marlowe, and his snappy delivery, coupled with well-written stories and intriguing characters makes for entertaining listening. By 1949 the show was pulling the biggest audience on American radio, with a rating of 10.3 million listeners.In 1950, Radio and Television Life Magazine named Gerald Mohr as the Best Male Actor on radio. "And it had the best hard-boiled opening lines of any radio detectives series," according to faithful contributor and OTR fan Stewart Wright. "It has to be heard to be fully appreciated... (from Thrilling Det...
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The Cinnamon Bear is an old time radio program. The program was produced by TRANSCO, the Transcription Company of America and specifically designed to be listened to (six days a week - excluding Sundays) between Thanksgiving and Christmas. It was first broadcast between Friday, November 26, and Saturday December 25, 1937. The story focused on Judy and Jimmy Barton who must venture from their home to the enchanted world of Maybeland to recover their missing Silver Star that belongs on top of their Christmas tree. Helping on this quest for the missing star is The Cinnamon Bear, a stuffed bear with shoe button eyes and a green scarf. They meet other memorable characters on this quest, including the Crazy Quilt Dragon (who repeatedly tries to take the star for himself) , the Wintergreen Witch, Fe Fo the Giant, and even Santa Claus. The show was created by a group of merchants as an advertising promotion, and was recorded in a hurry in just a few weeks. It was produced by Lindsay MacHarrie (who also provided the voice of Westley the Whale and several other characters in the show). The voice of The Cinnamon Bear was done by Buddy Duncan, a little person, and several other notable radio voices lent their talents. These included Verna Felton (as Jimmy and Judy's mother), Joseph Kearns (a...
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Life of Riley, Old Time Radio, 441029 042 Halloween Haunted House
The Life of Riley was a 30-minute family sitcom that started airing on CBS radio on April 12, 1941. It starred William Bendix as the lead character Chester A. Riley, a simple aircraft plant worker with a very complicated life. "What a revoltin' development this is!" was Riley's famous line in the show, which he usually utter after getting into one mess after another. Due to its popularity, the show lasted for a decade, with the last episode aired on June 29, 1951. A total of 320 episodes wer...
The Shadow - Ghost Town - October 8, 1940 - Old Time Radio Halloween Night!
Welcome to my Halloween radio theater tonight..enjoy! Lamont Cranston and Margo Lane visit the ghost town of Bad Creek. They're the only guest in the hotel. Well, except for the old owner and the spooky spirits who are protecting a nearby gold mine. The Shadow - "Ghost Town" originally aired October 8, 1940 and features Bill Johnstone as Lamont Cranston/The Shadow and Marjorie Anderson as Margot Lane.
Old Time Radio Show Giant Halloween Collection
12,000 Old Time Radio Halloween Shows in mp3 format on DVD from your friends at Radio Treasury. Music: Dark Hallway by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/?keywords=Hallway&Search=Search Artist: http://incompetech.com/