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One of my favorite memories is sitting with my elbows on my knees and my head in my hand and face in the Emerson console radio speaker and my mother in a easy chair in the background listening to The lone ranger or maybe The Shadow!
I read the Leatherstocking tales in my younger days and hope they will be as good as I remember. I also read sea stories like Horatio Hornblower from the C S Forrester series on him. The only made 1 or 2 radio show about them if I remember right and one movie with gregory Peck playing that part. Thanks for the memories!

Jon, My Christmas present was a oortable radio/ CD and MP3 player from Amazon. it is not expensive and is a Cornet product.It plays your disks very well. AC cord. and 8 C batteries.


A BIG THANKS to Otrcat. i would like to express the sheer surprise on my historical society volunteers who never heard of MP-3 cds. they are very greatful for the Allen Freed MP-3 cds. he had grown up in good old Salem Ohio. (my home too!) He had very much a small town feeling when he got to Cleveland and started his career in radio and rock'n'roll.

thanks a ton!


I have been an ORT CAT fan for several years. I have tinititis (I hear hissing in my head 24/7) and the only way I can fall asleep is by having OTR's playing at my bedside. Thanks for saving my nights!

You run a great business--your service is excellent, you create great products and you are a delight to deal with. I am thrilled I found you--love old time radio and you provide great stuff at great prices. And, you take the time to answer any questions--very nice. Thanks again.

Thanks to you as keeper of the flame
that old radio represents. It's always been true that
good people and good products are an unbeatable
combination, and you lead all the rest. Thank you.

Always enjoy your discs. I ordered these for an elderly neighbor who remembers listening to some of this in Missouri.

Love your business and that you make so many wonderful shows available to those of us who are interested in old time radio! Many thanks and continued success.

I discovered OTRCAT about 10 years ago. What a great company. I have purchased many programs and now have a collection of Old Time Radio episodes numbering in the thousands. OTRCAT has been fulfilling my nostalgia needs for a long time and I continue to check their website looking for new additions or updates to programs I already own. Thanks OTRCAT for all your great service over the years. You have earned my respect and will continue to have my business.

just want to thank you for your commitment to bringing us some great radio nostalgic entertainment. I am 65...really grew up with early TV...but do remember the last of the radio shows - and certainly know many of the entertainers who went into television and brought us some great family memories.
My habit has been to download Jack Benny, etc., on my IPOD and listen at night. My husband hears me laughing - wonders what is happening - and falls back to sleep. Me - I continue to laugh and enjoy the night away. So fun.
Thanks, again & Happy New Year!

I was a young announcer for the NBC Blue Network radio affiliate in Boston in the mid-1940s at a time when George
Burns and Gracie Allen came to town to appear at the old Boston Garden.

George and Gracie were busy with a thousand-and-one things to do; they sent their announcer, Bill Goodwin to be interviewed by our program manager. She introduced Mr. Goodwin to me, saying: "This is my announcer, Lou Dumont. Do you have any words of advice for him?" The very personable Mr. Goodwin told me to always remember to use 'pear-shaped' tones whenever I did my announcing thing. He used, as an example,
part of his network commercial for the sponsor of the Burns and Allen show at that time. It was: "WELL I SWAN, HOW ABOUT YOU?" The makers of Swan Soap got an extra commercial from Bill Goodwin.

I remember that as though it were yesterday.

I got hooked on the old Time Radio programs this past October when I accidentally found the Radio Classics channel on Sirius/XM while on a trip in my car. I loved the old suspense and detective shows. I now have my car radio tuned to that channel and on occasion listen to it on my computer. I've purchased several shows on discs from you and have placed them on my mp3 player. I listen to one show a day as I get my exercise walking around a nearby cemetery. Right now, I've got enough programs on the mp3 player to last me for several months. Still, I may very well be ordering more just to have them in the future. Thanks for enabling me to enjoy these wonderful, entertaining shows.

I can't imagine how quickly you get your CDs out in the mail. I
don't recall if I placed my order Sunday or Monday, but it was in the mail December 24th and in my mailbox December 26th. Thanks to you and the USPS for such expedient delivery.

Where I listen, when I go to bed. Most times I fall asleep within 15 min. of the first half hour. Takes several nights before I hear a whole program. That's how I listened to the mystery shows when I was a kid.

Two real life radio stories.

The first is the urban legend that, on the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Green Hornet's Japanese valet, Cato magically became the Green Hornet's Phillipino valet.

The second involved a famous 1950's jive talking NYC and Philadelphia rock 'n roll DJ, Jocko Henderson whose sign off at the end of each program was: "Tell 'em Jocko sent you." Two guys rob a gas station in Philly. As they sped away, one guy yelled out the car window: "Jocko sent me!"

Happy Holiday.

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