The boys are back in town. Read about the Bad Boys of old time radio and their notoriety and hijinks in the collections below.
One of the greatest actors in American cinema, Marlon Brando was known for method acting and gripping realism that he brought to his performances.
Shameless partier, Errol Flynn was one of Hollywood's Original Bad Boys. Even with his reputation, his name on an action movie or swashbuckler was almost guaranteed money at the box office.
This compilation has choice appearances by members of The Rat Pack in Old Time Radio including Humphrey Bogart, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Judy Garland, and more!
Bogie is an actor who continues to rank near the top on everybody's list. He made many appearances on radio after he moved his act from Broadway to Hollywood.
He had a classic look earning him the nickname "The Great Profile." He was best known as a Shakespearean stage actor, in particular for his performances in Hamlet and Richard III.
Although he built a reputation as one of the greatest British Actors of the post-War period, Richard Burton lived a life beset with scandal and debauchery.
Sinatra was known for his colorful character, sometimes tough, but always loved.
Good friends with John Wayne from their days playing football at USC, Ward Bond was a natural authority figure, and he was usually typed as a friendly cop or a menacing tough guy.
Typecast into film roles as tough-guy type, this collection contains episodes of his guest appearances on various old time radio shows.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr
Avoiding the swashbuckling roles so he wouldn't be compared to his father, Douglas Fairbanks Jr was Hollywood royalty before serving in WWII.
Enjoy one of the funniest fellows in show business with his very own collection!
Blog Post: John Barrymore Corpse Antics
Before there was the rat pack, there was the “Bundy Drive Gang."
And when legend John Barrymore died, Raoul Walsh stole his corpse ...
click here to find out where they hid Barrymore's corpse.