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Rudy Vallee
Rudy Vallee
56 Episodes
2 Volume
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.

56 2
Add To Cart: $15.00
WC Fields
WC Fields
50 Episodes
2 Volume
Primarily known for his alcoholism and quick wit, he was a comedian on and off the stage.

50 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Shakespeare on the Radio
Shakespeare on the Radio
58 Episodes
2 Volume
This collection includes Macbeth, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, As You Like It, King Lear, Julius Caesar, Taming of the Shrew, Antony and Cleopatra and variations there of.

58 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Bette Davis
Bette Davis
62 Episodes
1 Volume
Bette Davis was one of the top Hollywood actresses of all time; she received 10 nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actress and won twice. This collection includes all known guest appearances.

62 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Joe Penner
Joe Penner
15 Episodes
1 Volume
Known for his zany antics and slapstick comedy, Joe Penner kept audiences laughing during the Depression years. He was the "it-man" of radio comedy when the nation needed laugher.

15 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
HP Lovecraft
HP Lovecraft
3 Episodes
1 Volume
This collection includes episodes from the great horror and mystery writer H.P. Lovecraft who loved "freaking the tarnation" out of audiences.

3 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Jimmy Carter Speeches
Jimmy Carter Speeches
81 Episodes
2 Volume
Considered "a better man than he was a president", Jimmy Carter ushered America into the 1980s.

81 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Lucille Fletcher
Lucille Fletcher
29 Episodes
1 Volume
Writer of acclaimed old time radio show "Sorry Wrong Number", "The Hitchhiker", and many more.

29 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Danny Kaye
Danny Kaye
61 Episodes
2 Volume
As a youngster, the only thing Danny Kaye was good at was singing songs and telling jokes. After spending time on the Borscht Belt, he found success on Broadway.

61 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Wolfman Jack
Wolfman Jack
83 Episodes
1 Volume
As a DJ, he played a rowdy combination of Rock and Rhythm and Blues, and his trademark raspy voice conveyed an unending sense of mischief.

83 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Guy Lombardo
Guy Lombardo
54 Episodes
1 Volume
As a boy, Guy Lombardo put together a band with his brothers in their father's tailor shop, later they would become the Royal Canadians and Guy would be known as "Mr. New Years's Eve".

54 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Colin Powell
Colin Powell
61 Episodes
2 Volume
Colin Powell was an American politician, diplomat, and 4-star general who served as secretary of state from 2001-2005.

61 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Burl Ives
Burl Ives
43 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.

43 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Kay Kyser (Kollege of Musical Knowledge)
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.

55 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Perry Como
Perry Como
28 Episodes
1 Volume
Long Awaited collection Featuring the Delightful Musical and Comedy Star in Guest Performances!

28 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Sealtest Variety (Dorothy Lamour)
Sealtest Variety (Dorothy Lamour)
40 Episodes
1 Volume
Even when she was not on The Road in her sarong, Dorothy Lamour channeled Bing and Bob as hostess of The Sealtest Variety Theatre.

40 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Connie Boswell
Connie Boswell
33 Episodes
1 Volume
Born and raised in the Jazz-filled New Orleans streets, Connie Boswell, and her two other sisters, Martha and Vet, learned to pluck and toot almost every instrument used in popular and vocal Jazz.Boswell Sisters

33 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
John Barrymore
John Barrymore
22 Episodes
1 Volume
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. Barrymore moved his focus to silent film and later appeared in various old time radio shows.

22 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Lawrence Welk
Lawrence Welk
23 Episodes
1 Volume
Accordion player extraordinaire and bandleader who specialized in the Sweet Jazz music which was better to dance to when you were trying to hold your best girl a little closer.

23 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Betty White
Betty White
4 Episodes
1 Volume
With one of the longest careers in show business, Betty White began working in radio in the 1940s. This collection includes all known surviving radios shows starring Betty White.

4 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Lyndon Johnson Speeches
Lyndon Johnson Speeches
270 Episodes
3 Volume
Johnson was the 36th President of the United States of America. His term as President was from 1963 when succeeded to the Presidency after the assassination for John F. Kennedy until 1969 when he was re-elected in 1964 by a large margin.

270 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
Victor Borge
Victor Borge
43 Episodes
1 Volume
Presenting some of the Best Performances by the "Clown Prince of Denmark."

43 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Fats Waller
Fats Waller
9 Episodes
1 Volume
Enjoy One of the Great Talents of Jazz Piano who made a Name for Himself in the Early Days of Radio, Fats Waller.

9 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Gerald Ford Speeches
Gerald Ford Speeches
78 Episodes
2 Volume
President Ford became President when Richard Nixon left the office of presidency due to the Watergate scandal.

78 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Rex Stout
Rex Stout
32 Episodes
1 Volume
Creator of the eccentric detective Nero Wolfe, Rex Stout began writing for the pulp fiction around 1910 introducing iconic "arm chair detective" Nero Wolfe in 1934.

32 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Betty Grable
Betty Grable
32 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the top box office draws and household name, Betty Grable was a hit with G.I.s serving overseas and appeared on Command Performance and Mail Call

32 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Al Jolson
Al Jolson
111 Episodes
2 Volume
Al Jolson was a master entertainer and his performing career spanned 50 years. Jolson made a break in his career by deciding one evening to perform in "black face" at a San Francisco club; this soon became his trademark in show business. A staunch Civil Rights activist, he later helped open opportunities for African-Americans on Broadway.

111 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Alan Young Show
Alan Young Show
49 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for his role in "Mr Ed", Alan Young's summer radio show replacement was "routine situation comedy" laced with "rapid-fire gags."

49 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
George HW Bush Speeches
George HW Bush Speeches
214 Episodes
4 Volume
Served as the 41st President of the United States, George HW Bush presidency saw the falling of the Berlin Wall, the breakup of the Soviet Union, Invasion of Panama, and the Gulf War.

214 4
Add To Cart: $20.00
Frances Langford
Frances Langford
102 Episodes
3 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.

102 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
Martha Tilton
Martha Tilton
107 Episodes
2 Volume
Martha Tilton, also known as ''Liltin' Martha Tilton,'' joined the venerable Jimmy Dorsey and his band in 1935 and later with Benny Goodman until 1939.

107 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Mickey Rooney
Mickey Rooney
57 Episodes
2 Volume
Enjoy one of the funniest fellows in show business with his very own collection!

57 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Clinton (William J Clinton) Speeches
Clinton (William J Clinton) Speeches
799 Episodes
23 Volume
Relive the Swinging 1990's through the historical speeches and Radio Addresses of President Clinton!

799 23
Add To Cart: $99.00
Dick Powell
Dick Powell
204 Episodes
8 Volume
Dick Powell stars in Richard Diamond, Rogue's Gallery, and special appearances in various old time radio shows including Lux Radio Theater, Command Performance, Cavalcade of America, UN Radio, Screen Guild Theater, Suspense, This I Believe, and many rare recordings!

204 8
Add To Cart: $40.00
Billie Burke
Billie Burke
31 Episodes
1 Volume
Heard on Saturday mornings, she played a flaky lady with the distinct high voice and an abundance of generosity and good will towards individuals in her community.

31 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Fred Astaire
Fred Astaire
17 Episodes
1 Volume
His film and stage career lasted an outstanding 76 years and he made 31 music films, often with the lovely Ginger Rogers. Fred Astaire made music with his feet and the sound of his shoes harmonizes with musical score on these old time radio shows.He even had his own show, The Fred Astaire Show, which is included in this collection of his radio appearances.

17 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Gary Cooper
Gary Cooper
13 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for his stoic performances in Western films, real life farm boy turned Academy Award winner Gary Cooper made many appearances on old time radio including many Lux Radio Appearances and a rare radio appearance with his mother, Alice Cooper.

13 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Western Adventures with Historical Figures
Western Adventures with Historical Figures
19 Episodes
1 Volume
Over more than two decades on the air, the Masked Man ran into a good many historical figures, but the Lone Ranger never let recorded history get in the way of a good story. Old Time Radio's favorite western heroes meet real western historical figures like Buffalo Bill, Calamity Jane, Annie Oakley, Billy the Kid, even a young Teddy Roosevelt.

19 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
38 Episodes
1 Volume
married to Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys, she was the Queen of the West. An unstoppable duo force in the singing cowboy genre, together they made 28 movies and recorded over 300 songs. This collection includes some of Dale Evans early classic radio works on the Bergen and McCarthy show and well as a sampling of her performances on the Roy Rogers old time radio show.

38 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Johnny Mercer
Johnny Mercer
89 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.

89 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
Gabriel Heatter
Gabriel Heatter
7 Episodes
1 Volume
Classic commentary from the optimistic newsman Gabriel Heatter, the broadcaster with the "good news tonight."

7 1
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Eddie Bracken
Eddie Bracken
39 Episodes
1 Volume
Star of stage, screen, and radio. He made significant contributions to all three beginning at nine-years-old in vaudeville, eventually moving on to Broadway.

39 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Ronald Knox
Ronald Knox
4 Episodes
1 Volume
Ronald Knox was an interesting and controversial figure in the Catholic Church in England who broadcast about many subjects on British radio.

4 1
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George W Bush Speeches
George W Bush Speeches
306 Episodes
3 Volume
Major events during George W Bush two term presidency include the terrorist attack on 9/11 and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

306 3
Add To Cart: $10.00
Duke Ellington
Duke Ellington
88 Episodes
3 Volume
Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington was a composer, pianist, and jazz orchestras bandleader.

88 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
June Foray
June Foray
48 Episodes
1 Volume
Rather than having her face splashed across the screen and the tabloids, June capitalized on her voice talents to become "the cartoon queen".

48 1
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Edmond OBrien
Edmond OBrien
105 Episodes
3 Volume
Orson Welles helped Edmund O'Brien get his start in show business. In no time, he became one of the screen's most popular heavies. From 1950 to 1952, he played the title role on Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar.

105 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
Vera Lynn
Vera Lynn
2 Episodes
1 Volume
Named "the Force's Sweetheart", Vera Lynn and her singing was a terrific boon to the British military during WWII

2 1
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Dick Haymes
Dick Haymes
32 Episodes
1 Volume
Of all the crooners who were recording in the 40s and 50s, Dick Haymes had perhaps the greatest musical talent, but a series of unsuccessful marriages (including one to Rita Hayworth) and debt derailed what should have been a successful career.

32 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Greer Garson
Greer Garson
24 Episodes
1 Volume
When it came to advancing her career, Greer Garson's greatest talent may have been being in the right place at the right time.

24 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Christmas Sing With Bing
Christmas Sing With Bing
7 Episodes
1 Volume
After missing Christmas 1954 on the air, Bing Crosby began a new tradition with 'A Christmas Sing.'

7 1
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Doris Day
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
Elmer Davis and the News
Elmer Davis and the News
74 Episodes
1 Volume
During the months before Pearl Harbor, FDR appointed Elmer Davis to head up the Office of War Information. From this bully pulpit, Davis helped to whip the Nation into a fury over the aggressions of the Nazi's in Europe.

74 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Ethel Barrymore
Ethel Barrymore
11 Episodes
1 Volume
Sister of Lionel and John Barrymore, this collection contains all the her known rare appearances on various old time radio shows.

11 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Alan Freed Show
Alan Freed Show
10 Episodes
1 Volume
The popular 1950's Cleveland DJ, Moondog Alan Freed, was an American disc jockey during the beginning of rock n roll.One of the first promoters of African-American musical style, he began to promote local concerts and dances feature rock n roll artists with great success.

10 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Cal Stewart (Uncle Josh)
Cal Stewart (Uncle Josh)
195 Episodes
1 Volume
Cal Stewart, celebrated performer, vaudevillian, and humorist, began recording monologues as "Uncle Josh" for Edison in 1897.He quickly became one of America's first widely successful recording artists and made recordings for all the major labels of the era.

195 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Woody Herman
Woody Herman
81 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.

81 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
HV Kaltenborn Edits the News
HV Kaltenborn Edits the News
39 Episodes
1 Volume
History repeats itself when H. V. Kaltenborn provides vivid commentary and pointed insight into world affairs and politics in the 1940s and 1950s.

39 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Frank Lovejoy
Frank Lovejoy
231 Episodes
5 Volume
Lovejoy was the no nonsense, square-jawed actor best known for his tough guy performances in detective radio dramas.

231 5
Add To Cart: $25.00
Raymond Chandler
Raymond Chandler
114 Episodes
4 Volume
best known for a one of the greatest Hard-boiled detective writers of all time including creating the famed protagonist Philip Marlowe.

114 4
Add To Cart: $20.00
Ronald Colman
Ronald Colman
270 Episodes
7 Volume
From a running gag on Jack Benny to numerous appearances on Arch Oboler's Plays, Ronald Colman appeared on many other old time radio shows

270 7
Add To Cart: $35.00
Don Ameche
Don Ameche
98 Episodes
3 Volume
Known for his work on film, television, and radio, Don Ameche is a household name.

98 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
Art Linkletter
Art Linkletter
51 Episodes
1 Volume
His autobiography is entitled Confessions of a Happy Man, Art Linkletter is a broadcasting legend.

51 1
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Phil Harris
Phil Harris
666 Episodes
16 Volume
A big band leader, he got a truly life-changing break when Jack Benny was looking for a new music director for The Jello Program in 1936. Later, he was best known for The Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show.

666 16
Add To Cart: $80.00
George Shearing
George Shearing
6 Episodes
1 Volume
Starting out as a poor, "blind kid from Battersea", Sir George Shearing is one of the greatest Jazz pianists on either side of the Atlantic.

6 1
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Mary Martin
Mary Martin
34 Episodes
1 Volume
Best remembered as Broadway's Nellie Forbush and Peter Pan, Mary Martin also graced Radio Row.

34 1
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Joe E Brown
Joe E Brown
21 Episodes
1 Volume
He could have been a professional baseball player, instead, rubber-faced Joe E. Brown became one of the most successful comedians of the Thirties.

21 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Jim Backus
Jim Backus
122 Episodes
3 Volume
Best known for being typecast as clueless rich snobs like Hubert Updike III and Thurston Howell III, Jim Backus was also a popular voice actor, bringing characters like Mr. Magoo to life.

122 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
Dorothy Shay
Dorothy Shay
33 Episodes
1 Volume
Billed as 'The Park Avenue Hilllbillie', Dorothy Shay had a fun, Country Girl Singer persona.

33 1
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Bela Lugosi
Bela Lugosi
7 Episodes
1 Volume
In a Broadway adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel, he was cast as Count Dracula. He subsequently appeared in the 1931 Universal Pictures classic, Dracula, which kick started his horror movie career. Lugosi also starred in several old time radio shows including Candid Microphone, Crime Does Not Pay and Suspense!

7 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Bob Burns Show
Bob Burns Show
16 Episodes
1 Volume
This comedy show debuted in September 1941 as The Arkansas Traveler. Featuring the music of Spike Jones, the show featured Bob Burns playing his "Bazooka," a homemade instrument that he made from a whiskey funnel and two gas pipes.

16 1
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Les Paul Show
Les Paul Show
40 Episodes
1 Volume
A Fun and Entertaining Musical Team with Giggling Mary and Witty Les!

40 1
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Carlton Morse
Carlton Morse
569 Episodes
7 Volume
Morse's greatest successes were One Man's Family and I Love a Mystery. This collection contains many of his mystery anthology and some rare Carlton E Morse recordings.

569 7
Add To Cart: $35.00
Joel McCrea
Joel McCrea
103 Episodes
3 Volume
His career in show business spanned 50 years as a handsome leading man in both dramas and comedies.

103 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
Steve Allen Show
Steve Allen Show
16 Episodes
1 Volume
Likable Funny Comedian in his Early Work!

16 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Jackie Robinson Radio Shots
Jackie Robinson Radio Shots
90 Episodes
1 Volume
Baseball legend, Jackie Robinson takes to the airwaves to interview celebrities of the day and answer questions from listeners.

90 1
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John Wayne
John Wayne
8 Episodes
1 Volume
This collection includes radio appearances by "The Duke" in such shows as Lux Radio Theater, Screen Director's Playhouse, and more.

8 1
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Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt
Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt
14 Episodes
1 Volume
These classic theater performers careers spanned four decades.With celebrate wit and timing, they were best know for roles in high comedy.

14 1
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James M Cain
James M Cain
6 Episodes
1 Volume
Interested in primal drives, in lust, greed, and violence, James M. Cain wrote many well-loved noir stories like The Postman Always Rings Twice, Double Indemnity, and The Embezzler.

6 1
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Howard Duff
Howard Duff
228 Episodes
4 Volume
Best known for his role as "Sam Spade, Detective", Howard Duff had a long career in radio and film.

228 4
Add To Cart: $20.00
Maureen OHara
Maureen OHara
24 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for her film roles such as on Miracle On 34th Street, Maureen O'Hara brought her memorable film roles to the radio sound stage.

24 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Xavier Cugat
Xavier Cugat
32 Episodes
1 Volume
A violin prodigy as a child, Xavier Cugat is credited with popularizing Latin American rhythms in the US big band scene.

32 1
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Gene Kelly
Gene Kelly
33 Episodes
1 Volume
Athletic and graceful, Gene Kelly danced his way into the hearts of Americans everywhere with his handsome looks and toe-tapping moves.

33 1
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Helen Forrest
Helen Forrest
26 Episodes
1 Volume
After a difficult childhood, Helen Forrest beat the odds and was discovered by bandleader Artie Shaw to song with and eventually replace Billie Holiday. She later worked with Benny Goodman and Harry James Orchestra.

26 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Betty Lou Gerson
Betty Lou Gerson
241 Episodes
5 Volume
A skilled professional, Betty Lou Gerson was much sought over in old time radio shows from Lux Radio Theatre, The Whistler, Mr. President, and Escape.

241 5
Add To Cart: $25.00
Stan Kenton
Stan Kenton
137 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."

137 3
Add To Cart: $15.00
William Powell
William Powell
47 Episodes
2 Volume
He was best known for his role as Nick Charles in The Thin Man in the film version. Although he did not play the role in the radio version of The Thin Man series, he numerous radio appearances.

47 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell
13 Episodes
1 Volume
Philosopher and one of the brightest minds of the 20th century, Bertrand Russell spoke out against war and nuclear proliferation.

13 1
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Alexander Woollcott
Alexander Woollcott
20 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the foremost critics and commentators on the New York scene during the early decades of the twentieth century, Alexander Woollcott was a larger than life character

20 1
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Alice Faye
Alice Faye
298 Episodes
8 Volume
She began her career as a singer and dancer in Vaudeville and later became the other half of Jazzman turned funny-man, Phil Harris.

298 8
Add To Cart: $30.00
Herbert W. Armstrong Sermons
Herbert W. Armstrong Sermons
88 Episodes
2 Volume
Radio evangelist and prophecy predictor, Herbert W. Armstrong got his start on the airwaves later founding the Worldwide Church of God.

88 2
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Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt
23 Episodes
1 Volume
Known as "First Lady to the World", Eleanor Roosevelt was the legs and face of FDR's presidency, appearing where and when he could not.

23 1
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Robert Mitchum
Robert Mitchum
11 Episodes
1 Volume
Classic Hollywood Bad Boy, The American Film Institute's list of "100 Years ... 100 Stars" lists Robert Mitchum as the 23rd greatest male star of Hollywood's Golden Era.

11 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Charles Laughton
Charles Laughton
70 Episodes
2 Volume
Charles Laughton would have been the first to admit that he had a face better suited to the radio than as a movie leading man, but he was such a talented actor that he still had one of the most prolific and respected careers in Hollywood.

70 2
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Mel Torme
Mel Torme
38 Episodes
1 Volume
Tagged the Velvet Fog, Mel Tormé was one of the smoothest and most musical of all the great crooners.

38 1
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Les Brown
Les Brown
50 Episodes
1 Volume
Les Brown and his Band of Renown was one of the longest-running acts in Swing Music

50 1
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Larry Strorch
Larry Strorch
6 Episodes
1 Volume
Although he was not the main star, Larry Storch was the face of TV's F Troop.

6 1
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Ben Bernie
Ben Bernie
28 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.

28 1
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Dizzy Dean
Dizzy Dean
12 Episodes
1 Volume
"Gas House Gang" great Dizzy Dean was too great of a character not to put in front of the microphone after he left the game.

12 1
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Ed Wynn
Ed Wynn
63 Episodes
2 Volume
Recordings include the rare early 1930s comedy-musical shows starring Ed Wynn as one of his most memorable characters, "The Firechief." Best known as a fantastic character actor and vaudevillian style clown, Ed Wynn's babbling voice and trademark giggle are unforgettable.

63 2
Add To Cart: $10.00
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