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Divas of Old Time Radio

939 Episodes
14 Volume
This expansive collection of old time radio shows and musical appearances spans the time period from the 1930s-1950s with the radio shows and guest appearances of some of the well-known and influential female singers of their time.

939 14
Add To Cart: $70.00

Bob Hope

394 Episodes
10 Volume
Bob Hope is one of the best loved entertainers of all time. He was in the business for a very long time, but Bob never forgot that he was there for the audience, not the other way around, especially when it came to the G.I.s who adopted Bob as one of their own. Update: 3 additional broadcasts

394 10
Add To Cart: $50.00

Grand Ole Opry

405 Episodes
10 Volume
The Grand Ole Opry did not quite invent Country and Western Music, but it did bring it to the ears of many Americans who may not have heard it otherwise. Update: 80 additional broadcasts

405 10
Add To Cart: $50.00

Hummert Radio Factory (Ann and Frank Hummert)

1071 Episodes
9 Volume
The Hummerts were a considerable power in entertainment broadcasting during the Golden Age of Radio. Their wide range of productions included soaps, musical, game shows, detective dramas, and serials.

1071 9
Add To Cart: $45.00

Command Performance

291 Episodes
7 Volume
WWII comedy, music and drama its star-studded finest!

291 7
Add To Cart: $35.00

Gordon MacRae

290 Episodes
9 Volume
this epic collection follows the man blessed with a golden voice, Gordon MacRae including The Railroad Hour, Texaco Star, Gulf Spray and his guest appearances on various shows. Update: additional 80+ Railroad Hour recordings

290 9
Add To Cart: $35.00

Hawaii Old Time Radio Shows

289 Episodes
7 Volume
Aloha! This collection includes old time radio shows from all genres from ting-ting steel guitar music to epic Hawaiian Adventure and detective stories to supernatural Tiki tales. Update: 37 episodes-new volume#7

289 7
Add To Cart: $35.00

Bergen and McCarthy (Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy)

249 Episodes
6 Volume
The collection now contains the comedic duo's various guest appearances on shows such as Command Performance, Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Rudy Vallee and more! Update: new 6-MP3 CD set adds 50+ new old time radio shows

249 6
Add To Cart: $30.00

Kraft Music Hall

228 Episodes
6 Volume
This knock out music show is hosted by Al Jolson, and Bing Crosby. Update: 70+ additional recordings

228 6
Add To Cart: $30.00

Music Rarities

232 Episodes
6 Volume
Collection of the best music rarities from the golden age of radio.

232 6
Add To Cart: $30.00

One Night Stand

243 Episodes
6 Volume
With such greats as Count Basie, Lionel Hampton, Gene Krupa, Stan Kenton and Woody Herman, One Night Stand was a popular musical program that lasted for over two decades on the radio. Update: 45+ additional recordings and many sound upgrades

243 6
Add To Cart: $30.00

Phil Harris and Alice Faye

249 Episodes
6 Volume
Laughs abound in this old time radio variety show feature jive-talking hipster bandleader, Phil Harris, and his glamorous and talented movie star wife, Alice Faye. Update: 60+ additional recordings

249 6
Add To Cart: $30.00

Rosemary Clooney

275 Episodes
6 Volume
Singer and actress, she got the attention of Americans with the song "Come On-a My House" and won their hearts with Bing Crosby in White Christmas.

275 6
Add To Cart: $30.00

Victory Parade Spotlight of Bands

244 Episodes
5 Volume
In 1941, Mutual had the bright idea of broadcasting Swing Bands remotely from various halls around the country and Spotlight of Bands was born. Update: 8 additional recordings and many sound upgrades

244 5
Add To Cart: $25.00

Frank Sinatra

164 Episodes
5 Volume
Sinatra was known for his colorful character, sometimes tough, but always loved. Update: two additional disks #4 and #5:

164 5
Add To Cart: $25.00

Whistling

171 Episodes
5 Volume
Whistling and whistlers are featured in this diverse collection of Old Time Radio favorites.

171 5
Add To Cart: $25.00

Guest Star Radio

462 Episodes
5 Volume
Produced by the U.S. Treasury Department in the 1940-50s as a public service program, Guest Star Radio features a different top-name "guest star" (singer, actor, comedian) each week to promote the sales of savings bonds.

462 5
Add To Cart: $20.00

Jubilee

169 Episodes
4 Volume
AFRS Presents Great Jazz and Entertainment for the Troops during WWII. Update: 80+ additional recordings

169 4
Add To Cart: $20.00

Railroad Hour

247 Episodes
6 Volume
Everybody aboard the Broadway and Hollywood musical series featuring Gordon MacRae and other major singing talents. Update: additional 80+ recordings

247 6
Add To Cart: $20.00

Roy Rogers

153 Episodes
4 Volume
The original "King of the Cowboys" is updated with new recordings of The Roy Rogers old time radio show and many guest appearances. Join Roy, "Queen of the West" Dale Evans, Trigger, Bullet, and the gang in this fun western adventure-variety show. Updated: 50+ additional recordings + sound upgrades

153 4
Add To Cart: $20.00

Sammy Kaye Sunday Serenade

217 Episodes
4 Volume
Swing and Sway with more Sammy Kaye Poetry, sway along with Sammy's sweet melodic sounds with new Vol. 3 & 4! Update: now updated with even more music

217 4
Add To Cart: $20.00

Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney Show

222 Episodes
4 Volume
Pleasant daytime music and conversation from two of show biz's greatest talents.

222 4
Add To Cart: $20.00

Oscar Levant

175 Episodes
4 Volume
Enjoy these appearances by Oscar Levant, the sharp-witted brilliant music composer, concert pianist, movie star, author, and radio quiz show panelist.

175 4
Add To Cart: $20.00

Eddie Fisher

128 Episodes
3 Volume
A heart-throb crooner who sang into the heart of women everywhere beginning with his big win on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts.

128 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Bing Crosby

364 Episodes
3 Volume
Der Bingle was arguably the King of Radio. Other vaudeville stars made the transition to the airwaves as accomplished funnymen while Bing remained primarily a songman. He was also a crooner with a keen sense of comic timing and an uncanny ability to connect with audiences across the airwaves. He had plenty of success with his own programs like Kraft Music Hall, The Chesterfield Show, and Philco Radio Time, but he also made regular appearances on his friends' programs.

364 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Fred Allen

175 Episodes
3 Volume
Fred Allen moved from Vaudeville to radio and perfected his character over a number of years for several sponsors. One of his career highlights was a supposed feud with his good friend, Jack Benny.

175 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Glenn Miller

94 Episodes
3 Volume
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra got America “In The Mood”, but when his country needed him he was ready to give it all for his fellow servicemen. In fact, Major Glenn Miller was lost over the Channel on his way to set up shows for servicemen stationed near the front lines.

94 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Magic Key

68 Episodes
3 Volume
One of the earlier old time radio variety programs sponsored by RCA to encourage radios in every American household. Updated.

68 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Radio Hall of Fame

85 Episodes
3 Volume
Philco, who was in the business of selling radio sets, brought together a collection of radio's greatest talent on the Sunday variety program Radio Hall of Fame.

85 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Texaco Star Theater

95 Episodes
3 Volume
(update) with over 70 additional shows, Texaco Star Theater is a personality filled Hollywood variety show with and all-star cast of vocalists, hosts, comedians, and guests.

95 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Johnny Mercer

88 Episodes
3 Volume
popular singer and song writer in the golden age of radio. In the 1940s, Johnny Mercer was the "it-man" for Hollywood's musical entertainment.

88 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Bing Crosby Chesterfield Show

111 Episodes
3 Volume
fifteen minutes of dance music both to pre-war and wartime America brought to you by the "cigarette that satisfies"

111 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Stan Kenton

135 Episodes
3 Volume
Believing that Jazz could be more than just music to dance to, Kenton made no apologies for his brand of "progressive Jazz."

135 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Duke Ellington

88 Episodes
3 Volume
Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington was a composer, pianist, and jazz orchestras bandleader. Update: additional rare recording

88 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Howard Miller Show

225 Episodes
3 Volume
One of the first "disc jockeys", Miller's music selections were popular but it was his fun and easy patter between records which kept listeners engaged. The "drive-time radio" DJ had a popular national daily show just after Arthur Godfrey went off the air.

225 3
Add To Cart: $15.00

Bell Telephone Hour Encores

50 Episodes
2 Volume
This collection includes some of the rare broadcasts known to exist and features some of the brightest stars in the day, even comedian Fred Allen. Update: 35+ new recordings

50 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Dinah Shore

173 Episodes
2 Volume
Is there anyone 'finah in the state of Carolina? The singing starlet best remembered for her sensuous recordings in the 1940's; now with over 100 episodes of the Dinah Shore show and 60+ guest appearances, many with Groucho Marx. Update: additional episodes

173 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Doris Day

64 Episodes
2 Volume
Her image as America's Girl Next Door was largely a fabrication of Studio Publicity Offices, in fact, Doris Day was a lady whom life treated unfairly, even cruelly, but she always recovered and came out ahead. Her pretty face got her into pictures, her pictures helped sell her records, and her terrific personality made her a welcome guest on radio.

64 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Gene Autry

127 Episodes
2 Volume
One of the original and most successful of the movie’s singing cowboys, Gene Autry successfully made the radio waves as much of a home as the welcoming bunkhouse on the Melody Ranch.

127 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

GI Jive (with G.I. Jill)

124 Episodes
2 Volume
When YANK Magazine sponsored GI Jive, it was hard to tell whether the G.I.s tuned in to hear the hot requested music or the voice of pretty "GI Jill", played by Martha Wilkerson. Update: 20+ additional recordings

124 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

GI Journal

59 Episodes
2 Volume
(update) with more than twice as many episodes: Armed Forces Radio Service was been created by the War Department as a means to entertain and inform the troops during WWII. The service was run "by G.I.s for G.I.s" and broadcasts included performances by Glenn Miller, Kay Kyser, Tommy Dorsey, Bing Crosby, Jack Benny, Bob Hope and many more!

59 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Kay Kyser (Kollege of Musical Knowledge)

55 Episodes
2 Volume
The humorous Kollege of Musical Knowledge and 30+ guest appearances by bandleader and old professor himself, Kay Kyser. Update: additional broadcasts

55 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Mail Call

79 Episodes
2 Volume
These star-packed love letters to the troops, from Hollywood during WWII. Update: additional episodes

79 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Melody Ranch

82 Episodes
2 Volume
Starring that great singing cowboy, Gene Autry!

82 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Rarities from the 1930s

79 Episodes
2 Volume
This unique compilation includes rare dramas, comedy, and unique radio broadcasts from the 1930's. Update: Additional recordings

79 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Rudy Vallee

62 Episodes
2 Volume
(update) with 35+ new episodes, listen to radio's bad boy on the block variety hour. This talent scout program made stars such as Alice Faye, Milton Berle, Joe Penner, Bergen & McCarthy, and even the Aldrich Family.

62 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Turn Back the Clock

67 Episodes
2 Volume
Thought to be one of the earliest programs to combine recorded music with spoken commentary with musical couple Andy and Virginia.

67 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

South African Rarities

86 Episodes
2 Volume
Fill your Bakkie Full of Your Favorite Okes and Padkos and Listen to these Rare Radio shows from the Rainbow Nation!

86 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Treasury Star Parade

157 Episodes
2 Volume
When the US Treasury Department was working to sell War Bonds to fund the Second World War, they turned to the best of Hollywood’s talent to create Treasury Star Parade. Update: Additional episode

157 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Your Hit Parade

92 Episodes
2 Volume
Your Hit Parade features the popular hit song show that spanned almost 25 years. Update: 6 additional broadcasts

92 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Coke Time

113 Episodes
2 Volume
This musical series featuring positive, upbeat tunes hosted by Eddie Fisher.

113 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Lets Go To Town

117 Episodes
2 Volume
The music in is top rate with big name performers like Rosemary Clooney, Patti Page, Les Paul and Mary Ford and the biggest names in bands also appeared on the old time radio show including the orchestras of Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, and Sammy Kaye. Update: 4 additional rare recordings

117 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Anthology

56 Episodes
2 Volume
presents "A selections of readings from poets, past and present and the music to accompany their poetry." Recordings include star-packed casts with poetry readings by Bing Crosby, Helen Hayes, Frank Lovejoy, Orson Welles, Agnes Moorehead, Walter Huston, and many more.

56 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Pinto Pete and his Ranch Hands

104 Episodes
2 Volume
(update) now with over 100 recordings: this series is meant for listening to while roaming on the prairie or kicking back. The music is intermixed with Cowboy philosophy and soft thoughts from Pinto Pete including a message about faith in God and yourself.

104 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Fitch Bandwagon

52 Episodes
2 Volume
originally a music program starring popular big bands of the day, this old time radio series evolved into a comedy-variety program with Cass Daley and later starred Phil Harris and Alice Faye. Update: additional episodes and sound upgrades

52 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Best of All

37 Episodes
2 Volume
This radio program salutes America's most important and famous composers from musical comedy, operetta, and movie scores, presenting some of their most memorable music.

37 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Woody Herman

62 Episodes
2 Volume
Heavily influenced by Duke Ellington and Count Basie, the Woody Herman's Herd was known for lively arrangements that combined swing rhythms and bebop themes.

62 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Texaco Town

78 Episodes
2 Volume
Starring Deanna Durbin and more: Texaco Town is a variety show filled with the vaudeville zaniness.

78 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Deanna Durbin

65 Episodes
2 Volume
Hear the voice of the young songstress and film star as she appeared on Texaco Town, aside Bob Hope on Command Performance, The Jack Benny Show, Lux Radio Theater, and Screen Guild Theater in this compilation of her great radio appearances.

65 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Date with the Duke

57 Episodes
2 Volume
Join Duke Ellington Orchestra in the live 1945 broadcasts from the 400 Restaurant on Fifth Avenue and 43rd Street in New York City. Update: 45+ new recordings

57 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Christmas Variety Shows

54 Episodes
2 Volume
Big song numbers and plenty of knee slapping comedy to bring old time radio Christmas cheer home.

54 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Royal Gelatin Hour

50 Episodes
2 Volume
Crooner Rudy Vallee became one of the earliest mass-media pop stars in this 1930's comedy variety old time radio show. Rivaled in popularity by only Amos & Andy,The Royal Gelatin Hour broadcast introduced writers and comedians (including Edgar Bergen) to the world via radio.

50 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Vallees Varieties (Rudy Vallee and John Barrymore)

69 Episodes
2 Volume
A rare Rudy Vallee old time radio show with John Barrymore and guest stars like Orson Welles and the beautiful Billie Burke. Update: additional recordings

69 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Philco Radio Time with Bing Crosby

79 Episodes
2 Volume
After 10 years on Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby developed his own pet project using the newest recording advances of the day.

79 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Just Entertainment

150 Episodes
2 Volume
Originally hosted by Gene Autry, his sidekick Pat Buttram took the reins of this fun variety program. A fountain of country wit and humor, Just Entertainment was the perfect companion to a refreshing stick of chewing gum.

150 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Hollywood Bowl Silver Jubilee Series

39 Episodes
2 Volume
The series makes for a grand introduction to classical symphonic music at the Hollywood Bowl - selections include the opera Carmen sung in English, featured soloists Isaac Stern, Dorothy Eustis, Roman Totenberg, and Percy Grainger, with selections from Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, and Cellini.

39 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Your Saturday Date with the Duke

35 Episodes
2 Volume
American composer, pianist, and bandleader of a jazz orchestra for 50 years sponsored by the Treasury Department.

35 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Concert in Miniature

71 Episodes
2 Volume
Stan Kenton's outfit was one of the most popular bands playing on the West Coast and this series feature band remotes performing on the road.

71 2
Add To Cart: $10.00

Ada Jones

109 Episodes
1 Volume
She was known for her impersonations and ability to mimic different accents and voices at the turn of the century. These rare recordings, many from early Edison wax cylinders, display the versatility of this little songbird and comedienne, from ballads, to "coon" songs, to ragtime, to Irish comic melodies.

109 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Alka Seltzer Time

19 Episodes
1 Volume
A 15 minute program, the Alka Seltzer Show (also known as Alka Seltzer Time) has an array of popular tunes sprinkled with upbeat Alka Seltzer jingles, "Alka Seltzer Time, morning noon and night, it's Alka Seltzer time! Martha Tilton and Curt Massey star and sing in the program.

19 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

All Star Western Theater

100 Episodes
1 Volume
Riding out of the sunny back lots of Hollywood, All Star Western Theatre delivered Republic Western-style entertainment with chuck wagon sized doses of fine music, broad humor and guest appearances by the best of the West.

100 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Almanac (Orson Welles)

20 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the greatest anthology series in radio history, Almanac concentrated on classic literature such as " Treasure Island," "The Count of Monte Cristo" and "Dracula.

20 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Artie Shaw

26 Episodes
1 Volume
Clarinet Tooter and Musician Master: Artie rivaled swing bandleaders Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey and Glenn Miller in the 1930s and 40s. Update: additional episodes

26 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Barrel of Fun

7 Episodes
1 Volume
This music and comedy show stars Charlie Ruggles, the versatile comedian who quips such smart smacks.

7 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Beat the Band

29 Episodes
1 Volume
This fun, original music quiz show was a war-time radio musical-quiz program. The first season of Beat the Band was sponsored by that ready-to-eat corn cereal, Kix.

29 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Ben Bernie

18 Episodes
1 Volume
The old Maestro" was known for his entertaining patter more than his violin playing and a "feud" with his good friend Walter Winchell. A musical genius from a very young age, he was the youngest violinist the play Carnegie Hall at age of thirteen. Update: 19 additional recordings

18 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Benny Goodman

72 Episodes
1 Volume
During the Big Band Era, Benny Goodman was the undisputed "King of Swing". The Goodman Band is credited with launching the Swing Era with a series of performances and broadcasts from California in 1935.

72 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Little Jack Little

8 Episodes
1 Volume
He was a piano playing musician, but also a vaudevillian, a bandleader, a USO entertainer.

8 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Hildegardes Radio Room

51 Episodes
1 Volume
The blonde siren songbird is best known for her signature tune, "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup." Hildegarde's Radio Room included co-conspirators as Phil Regan, Burgess Meredith, Clifton Webb, Patsy Kelly, and Xavier Cugat. Update: 50+ additional recordings

51 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Big Show

30 Episodes
1 Volume
By the early 1950's, sponsors were beginning to abandon radio for television, but nothing on the small screen had the class and sophistication of NBC's The Big Show. Although Mistress of Ceremonies, Tallulah Bankhead and her guests from the world of entertainment were definitely "upper crust", Miss Bankhead's friendly and accessible manner meant that the program was as entertaining in the parlor as it was in the garage.

30 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Billy Jones and Ernie Hare

16 Episodes
1 Volume
The Music and Comedy Duo starred in this Early Radio Show Sensation

16 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Breakfast with Binnie and Mike

6 Episodes
1 Volume
Eat breakfast with the stars in this half hour daily morning show that invites you to share a chat in the Beverly Hills home of glamorous movie star Binnie Barnes and her husband, the movie producer and sports announcer, Mike Frankovitch.

6 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Breakfast Club (Don McNeil)

35 Episodes
1 Volume
Hosted by Don McNeill, the Breakfast Club was plugged as "a get-together time for all of us who smile before breakfast and then can't break the habit all day long – a place to come to when a feller needs a friend."

35 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Breakfast in Hollywood

32 Episodes
1 Volume
Breakfast in Hollywood was morning radios show with host the amicable Tom Breneman and performed in Breneman Restaurant on Vine and Sunset.

32 1
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Burl Ives

36 Episodes
1 Volume
With his trademark beard and guitar, Burl Ives seemed to always be able to sing the songs that people wanted to hear. Update: additional appearances

36 1
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Danny Kaye Show

24 Episodes
1 Volume
This legendary songster and funny man was every bit as zany in real life as he was with Bing in White Christmas. The Danny Kaye Show aired almost a decade before the classic Holiday movie. Update: additional shows and sound upgrades

24 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Eddy Arnold

3 Episodes
1 Volume
Eddy Arnold, "The Tennessee Plowboy, was a cowboy singer with a powerful set of lungs. Slip on your boots and start your toes tappin' because Eddy's in town and he's belting them out with gusto!

3 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Ethel Waters

13 Episodes
1 Volume
Opportunities for female African American singers were few and far between when Ethel Waters started, but a strong heart and an even stronger voice shattered many glass ceilings.

13 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Ford Show

9 Episodes
1 Volume
Ford's were the All-American Automobile, so the Ford Dealers hired America’s Sweetheart, Dinah Shore, to pitch the cars on The Ford Show.

9 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Ford Theater

16 Episodes
1 Volume
The Ford Theater began as a low budget project to bring movie adaptations to the air using lower scale NY actors. In order to increase car sales, the show was reformatted using A-List Hollywood talent.

16 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Frances Langford

55 Episodes
1 Volume
With her beautiful voice, friendly manner and pin-up girl good looks, Frances Langford made a splash as one of Bob Hope's favorite pretty girls. The G.I.s at Hope's USO shows liked her a lot, too.

55 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

Fred Waring

49 Episodes
1 Volume
Fine Music Entertainment with 50-Piece Orchestra!

49 1
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Friends and Neighbors

24 Episodes
1 Volume
Harry and Thelma Duff in a funny South African Situation Comedy!

24 1
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Ginny Simms

25 Episodes
1 Volume
Born in Texas and raised in California, Ginny Sims knew a thing or two about sunshine, and everyone who heard her sing knew it! She almost married Kay Kyser, but left the Ol' Professor’s band to start her own radio show. Update: new recording

25 1
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Guard Sessions

46 Episodes
1 Volume
National Guard Sponsored the Musical Program with Host Martin Block with Guest Stars Nat King Cole, Xavier Cugat, Dean Martin and other Greats!

46 1
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Harry James Show

18 Episodes
1 Volume
Big Band Entertainment and Trumped Tooting

18 1
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Hawaii Calls

27 Episodes
1 Volume
Direct from the sands of Waikiki, Hawaii Calls treats us to the gentle music of paradise and calls us to visit the Islands in a time before “Five-O”, before jet travel, even before the Attack on Pearl Harbor.

27 1
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Hollywood Barn Dance

17 Episodes
1 Volume
Before The Beverly Hillbillies left their stamp on TV, there was plenty of California hillbilly music on Hollywood Barn Dance. Hosted by Cottonseed Clark.

17 1
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Hollywood is On the Air

35 Episodes
1 Volume
All Star Variety, Comedy, and Music Program!

35 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

I Sustain the Wings

13 Episodes
1 Volume
Glenn Miller Orchestrated Tunes for WWII Forces

13 1
Add To Cart: $5.00

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