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February 2017

Title Popularity Ep. MP3 CDs

Strange Wills

A will gives the power of an often evil genius to act "from beyond the grave!" Update: sound quality improvements

28 1
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American Family Robinson

Listen to the Robinson's as they work, live, and navigate conflicts in their all-American home of Centerville. Update: 11 additional recordings and sound upgrades

52 1
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Downbeat

AFRS WWII jazz program Downbeat had different performers come into the studio to play and comment on their records. Update: additional 9 broadcasts

29 1
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Lina Romay

Daughter of a Mexican diplomat, Lina Romay got her start in show business with Latin music pioneer Xavier Cugat who offered her a job as one of his "beautiful ladies who could sing."

42 1
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Math in OTR

Math is the universal language, but it will never be able to express the wide range of emotion and fun we find in Old Time Radio.

19 1
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Double or Nothing

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? Update: additional broadcast

24 1
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Ray Bolger

The Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz, Ray Bolger was a man with a wit sharp enough for adults and a soft side for children. Update: additional broadcast

9 1
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Alfred Hitchcock

Includes radio adaptations on Hitchcock's most memorable films, including Spellbound, The Birds, Rebecca, Sorry Wrong Number, and Shadow of a Doubt. Update: 6 additional broadcasts

29 1
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Introductions and Theme Music

This collection includes theme music and announcer voice-overs from more than a thousand Old Time Radio programs.

1104 1
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Depression Era Recordings

Old Time Radio Looks at the Great Depression, the economic crisis which began with the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and how it affected Americans everywhere.

37 1
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Scientists and Inventors

Commercial radio was just one result of the efforts of scientist over the years. Radio also explored the contributions of scientists and inventors whether they were trying to create a better world or destroy the one we have. This compilation contains a wide variety of radio shows dealing with science and understanding the world we live in.

180 4
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Bill Stern Sports Reel

Batter up! The Bill Stern Sports Reel broadcasts are one of the most entertaining sports shows of all time. Update: 12 additional broadcasts

159 2
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Stewart Granger

A ruggedly handsome British import, Stewart Granger suffered from the stigma of his wife, Jean Simmons, having a more successful Hollywood career than he did.

2 1
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Chase and Sanborn Hour 1937-1939

Chase and Sanborn tried an opera format for a while when ventriloquist named Edgar Bergen and his dummy Charlie McCarthy took over the show. Update: additional episode and sound upgrades

24 1
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Barack Obama Speeches

Born in Hawaii, Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States serving as president between 2009-2017.

750 11
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Danny Kaye Show

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
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January 2017

Title Popularity Ep. MP3 CDs

Music for Moderns

Featuring Chicago Jazz which was generally more sophisticated than New Orleans and the Dixieland sound but placed a stronger emphasis on individual improvisation.

13 1
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Tex and Jinx Show

The Tex and Jinx Show is a husband and wife morning program which includes interviews with famous people. Starring Jinx Falkenburg (raised in Brazil and was a top model in America) and John Reagan "Tex" McCrary. Update: 2 additional rare broadcasts

4 1
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Simone Simon

the beautiful French film star debuted in Hollywood films as well as radio.

3 1
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Joan Davis Show

Appearing in B movies and in the popular TV series I Married Joan, Joan Davis could have been called the queen of radio comedians. Willing to do anything for a laugh, Joan was even tapped to take over hosting duties when Rudy Vallee joined the Coast Guard. Update: 8 additional broadcasts

20 1
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Psychics Mentalists and Fortune Tellers

The ancient art of astrology is an example of sign reading, as are palmistry, tea leaf reading, tarot cards, and numerology. We predict you will enjoy these radio shows.

54 1
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Television and TV

Radio and television coexisted as TV sets entered American homes.

90 2
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Alaska Old Time Radio

The Forty-ninth State is "the Last Frontier" and is legendary for its wealth, ruggedness, extreme weather, and most of all for its vastness.

42 1
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People Take the Lead

Working with the American Jewish Committee, this series moves to fight for Civil Rights and overcome misguided attitudes and beliefs in regular folks.

4 1
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President Inaugural Addresses

This collection includes every Presidential Inaugural Speech since Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 4, 1933 through 2017.

26 1
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Mail Call

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

79 2
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Eddie Anderson

Best known for his role as Rochester van Jones whose shenanigans as Jack Benny's valet made him a household name.

564 12
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Scams Conmen Cheats and Bunco Artists

Cheaters and Swindlers in this collection of crime radio shows are true artists and con men of the highest caliber, but they all get caught in the end.

49 1
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Murder at Midnight

The Witching Hour is a great time to be awake, listening to the radio and being frightened out of your wits, because there is usually Murder at Midnight. Update: 6 additional broadcasts and sound upgrades

45 1
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George Sanders

With his haughty upper-class British accent, sleek and suave mannerisms, and somehow superior and threatening presence, he was in constant demand for supporting roles in A-pictures.

9 1
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Catholic Hour

featured different guest speakers on different topics. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (best known as the host of televisions' "Life Is Worth Living" in the 1950s) often hosted the program and proclaimed: "We are at the end of a non-religious era." Update: additional broadcast

51 1
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Meet The Menjous

This delightful married couple discusses everything from the proper way to throw a party to stories of luck. Update: additional recordings

20 1
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Marie Windsor

Before she was the bad-girl "queen of the B's", Marie Windsor appeared in radio dramas to attention of an MGM scout who gave her a contract and moved her back to Hollywood.

8 1
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Abroad with the Lockharts

This 1930s vacation travel serial takes listeners on a journey to the old world. Update: 2 additional broadcasts

9 1
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Hank Williams

After giving us some of the best loved Country and Western hits of all time and a life that was cut short because of booze and the hard life of being on the road, Hank Williams shares some genuine fun on the radio. Update: 4 additional broadcasts including 1953 funeral

16 1
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Let George Do It

Follow George Valentine (Bob Bailey) as a detective handy man, who got his jobs from responses to a newspaper ad. This old time radio show is complete with toughs, mysterious rendezvous, and people who aren't who they claim. Update: Additional episodes

206 4
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Front Page Drama

Front Page Drama drew its long running collection of interesting stories from the pages of The American Weekly magazine. Update: 63 additional broadcasts

375 4
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Practical Jokers

Everyone loves a practical joke...unless you are the victim. Practical jokes abound in all genres of radio history from comedy to mystery to variety to western.

33 1
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June Foray

Rather than having her face splashed across the screen and the tabloids, June capitalized on her voice talents to become "the cartoon queen".

45 1
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Superman Fights the KKK

After the WWII and the defeat of the Axis Powers, Superman ran out of bad guys and look to fight bad guys on the home front like the KKK.

16 1
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Fred Waring

Fine Music Entertainment with 50-Piece Orchestra! Update: 25 additional broadcast

43 1
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