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Cab Calloway
Best known for his creative vocalizations or scatting and his catchphrase "hi-de-hi-de-ho."
171
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Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger is one of the iconic characters in American folklore, and he got his start on Mutual, airing from 1933 through 1954. Update: 980+ additional recordings
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$144.00
OTRCAT SAMPLER 12
New sampler cd with over 100 episodes from various series including This is Paris, Something for the Girls, WWII PSA Annoucements, Jack Robinson, Streamlined Shakespeare and more.
871
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From the Bookshelf of the World
Although some of these boys would not have picked up a book themselves after they left high school, programs like From the Bookshelf of the World exposed them to some of the great stories in literature.
81
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Computers and Electronic Brains
By the end of the Golden Age of Radio, computers had begun to enter the popular imagination largely through the descriptions from Science Fiction.
311
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Minstrel Shows
Minstrelsy is considered the first truly American form of entertainment, and as such provides the forms and traditions which would eventually form vaudeville and ultimately the Hollywood movies and TV shows which shape and inform the rest of the world's opinion of American culture.
53613
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Chesterfield Supper Club
Chesterfield Supper Club is a splendid music and variety show, sponsored by Chesterfield Cigarettes. Each night the host (Perry Como, Jo Stafford, or Peggy Lee) would perform live along with top name guest performers including Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Eddie Fisher, Glenn Miller Orchestra, Nat King Cole, and more! Update: additional broadcasts
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