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Old Time Radio Personalities

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Title Popularity Episodes MP3 CDs ▼ Price
Chuck Mulkern
Chuck Mulkern
8 Episodes
1 Volume
Rootin'-Tootin' cowboy tunes with an accordion back up.

8 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Donna Reed
Donna Reed
16 Episodes
1 Volume
She personified Mid-Western goodness and dependability, fan may best remember her from her role as Mary Hatch in It a Wonderful Life.

16 1
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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
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
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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Lloyd Bridges
Lloyd Bridges
7 Episodes
1 Volume
After winning a trophy for Americas' Fattest Baby, Lloyd Bridges grew up to become one of Hollywood's most respected tough guys and he helped bring the sport of SCUBA diving to the mainstream on the show Sea Hunt.

7 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
Vera-Ellen
Vera-Ellen
3 Episodes
1 Volume
Best known for starring with Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney in White Christmas, Vera-Ellen dropped out of show business after the picture was made to marry a millionaire.

3 1
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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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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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Don Knotts
Don Knotts
16 Episodes
1 Volume
Don Knotts got his start "playing straight man for a hunk of wood", winning crowds as his served in WWII. His characterization of nervous wisecrackers began while Don Knotts was serving in the Pacific during WWII.

16 1
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Fredric March
Fredric March
38 Episodes
1 Volume
One of the greatest actors of his generation, Frederic March won two Oscars as well as two Tonys.

38 1
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Louis Jordan
Louis Jordan
13 Episodes
1 Volume
Appearing at the end of the Swing Era, Louis Jordan's Jump Blue helped to launch Rock & Roll.

13 1
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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
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Perry Como
Perry Como
28 Episodes
1 Volume
Long Awaited collection Featuring the Delightful Musical and Comedy Star in Guest Performances!

28 1
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Terry Moore
Terry Moore
5 Episodes
1 Volume
Terry Moore got her start standing on a galloping horse as a child actor, tamed a giant gorilla, and was still just a kid when she secretly married millionaire Howard Hughes.

5 1
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Sylvia Sidney
Sylvia Sidney
6 Episodes
1 Volume
After taking up acting as a way to break her childhood shyness, Sylvia Sidney earned a reputation for having the "saddest eyes in Hollywood."

6 1
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Mario Lanza
Mario Lanza
32 Episodes
1 Volume
Mario Lanza was a tenor extraordinaire known as "The Triple Threat" because he could sing, act, and he was good looking. He is considered by many to be the greatest voice of the 20th century.

32 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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Sydney Greenstreet
Sydney Greenstreet
45 Episodes
1 Volume
Although he did not begin working in Hollywood until he was 62, Sidney Greenstreet's contributions to classic film and Old Time Radio make him one of the most well-regarded (and largest) of Hollywood Stars.

45 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
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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
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Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge
13 Episodes
1 Volume
The 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge was the first to effectively use the new technology of Radio to reach the people.

13 1
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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
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Mark Twain Collection
Mark Twain Collection
37 Episodes
1 Volume
America's Greatest Humorist and one of the Giants of American Literature, Mark Twain's stories were a natural for Old Time Radio.

37 1
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Babe Ruth
Babe Ruth
34 Episodes
1 Volume
The Adventures of Babe Ruth was produced in 1934 on the Blue Network, with sponsorship by Quaker Oats, and was the best of the lot. It told in-depth, fully dramatized episodes from the Babe's career, so there was a sense of the real man there in the dugout and on the field.

34 1
Add To Cart: $5.00
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