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Are You a Genius

Are You a Genius? is a fun and entertaining old time radio quiz show that highlights the many voice talents of Mel Blanc. Update: two additional shows
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Beat the Band

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.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Better Half

a fun lighthearted couples game show that pits husbands and wives against each other to find out who was "the better half."
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Break the Bank

The Highest Paying Quiz Show in Radio's Golden Age!
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Can You Top This

Can You Top This? was a hilarious show where audience members sent in jokes and funny men "Senator Ed Ford", Harry Hershfield, and Joe Laurie Jr. tried to top them. Jokes could be sent in about any subject except religion, politics, or arson. Update: 23 additional recordings
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Add To Cart: $5.00

College Quiz Bowl

academic quiz show with the brightest brains at Notre Dame, Syracuse, Georgetown, Cornell, Columbia, and more.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Double or Nothing

(update) now with a dozen additional shows: sponsored by Feenamint the chewing gum laxative, this quiz-game show asks contestants such important questions as: How long does it take a rhinoceros to run one hundred yards?
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Game Shows

Whether you tune in to hear the drama of ordinary people competing for wonderful prizes or to challenge yourself against the competitors in the studio, Quiz Shows promise endless fun.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Guess Who

A fun and entertaining quiz show, when the contestants answer questions correctly, host Happy Feldman drops a Sheffied Dairy "silver coins" in empty milk bottles - clank! When the guests get the answer wrong, Happy sounds the cow bell. Update: additional episode
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Information Please

Information, Please was one of the first examples of show being electronically transcribed for broadcast on both coasts. The quiz show was notable for its humor along with timely issues and observations.
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Add To Cart: $15.00

It Pays to Be Ignorant

As much a comedy show as a game show, this old time radio broadcast was the buffoon's version of a quiz program. Update.
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Add To Cart: $10.00

It Pays To Be Married

is truly a charming old time radio show as each couple is a unique vignette of American married life in mid-1950's.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Kay Kyser (Kollege of Musical Knowledge)

The humorous Kollege of Musical Knowledge and 30+ guest appearances by bandleader and old professor himself, Kay Kyser. Update: additional broadcasts
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Add To Cart: $10.00

Mind Your Manners

offers etiquette training for kids age 8-18 from a somewhat simpler time. This unique old time radio show includes a rotating panel with 'manner-minded' minors answering listeners write-in questions.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

People Are Funny

Hosted by Art Linkletter, stunts on this old time radio program continued to get more and more outrageous (and funny) as the show continued its 18 year run. Update: additional recordings
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Queen for a Day

Quiz Shows let listeners hear people just like themselves hit it big, sometimes through sheer luck. Queen for a Day helped to usher in the era of really big prize giveaways.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Quick as a Flash

This popular, high-paced, snappy spark of a quiz show testing contestants' knowledge and reaction speed.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Random Rarities 14

The best loved shows from the Golden Age were more likely to be preserved, but we keep finding treasures in some of the "orphaned recordings".
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Rare Game Show

filled with sample episodes of some great quiz programs -- including many rare episodes.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Second Chance

Here is a hilarious reality-based quiz show that gives contestants a Second Chance.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

South African Rarities

Fill your Bakkie Full of Your Favorite Okes and Padkos and Listen to these Rare Radio shows from the Rainbow Nation!
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Add To Cart: $10.00

Stop the Music

Bert Parks hosted Stop the Music with Don Hancock as announcer. A quiz show, the producers would play part of a well know song and the contestant would try to guess the title.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Take It or Leave It

was the precursor to the television show, The $64,000 Question.The old time radio show, however, dealt in smaller change (contestants could win up to $64),and took itself less seriously than its television counterpart.
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Truth or Consequences

Ralph Edwards hosts the riotous game show where answers were tough, and the consequence for an incorrect answer were even tougher and funnier! Update: additional recording
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Twenty Questions

This ageless parlor game was a natural for a fun radio Quiz Show, but what made Twenty Questions so popular with listeners was the fact that its panelists all came from the same family. Update: additional recording
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Vox Pop

You won't want to miss this charming program featuring often spontaneous and playful interviews with citizens across the US and abroad. This extensive collection contains rare recordings previously not in circulation.
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Add To Cart: $15.00

Whats My Line

one of the most popular and longest running game shows in entertainment history featuring famous mystery guests. Update: new rare episode
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Add To Cart: $5.00

Which is Which

In this classic game show: can you recognize the difference between a real celebrity or good facsimile based just on the voice?
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Add To Cart: $5.00

You Bet Your Life

(update) with 46 additional recordings, enjoy this hilarious American quiz old time radio show host by famed funny man Groucho Marx schmoozing with regular folks and announcer, straightman George Fenneman.
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Add To Cart: $20.00
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