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Children's Show Collection

Mom cried over the Soaps during the day and Dad would tune is some serious programming when he got home from work. But in the magic time between the end of the school day and supper-time, kids ruled the radio dial. If listening to Old Time Radio makes you feel like a kid again, you are going to love listening to these great Kids Shows.

Children Shows

104 old time radio show recordings
(total playtime 23 hours, 11 min)
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Immediately after the Greatest Generation defeated the forces of fascism in WWII, they returned home to enjoy the post War economic boom and give birth to the Baby Boomer Generation. The sociological implications of the Boomer generation aside, one of the most unique elements of the Boomer kids was that they were treated as an important element of the economy.

Every generation wanted to provide the best for their kids in terms of food, clothes, shelter, and, of course, toys, but until the post-War period, kids simply were not part of a major marketing strategy. On the surface, this seems obvious because kids do not have money of their own to spend. The increased purchasing power of all Americans during the boom period after the War meant that parents would listen to kids when they expressed a desire for a certain toy or breakfast cereal, and marketers were very happy to use radio to tell kids what they wanted.

Grown-ups would like to believe that the shows which the radio networks and sponsors developed for kids were simplistic and harmless fun. The serialized story format that most of these shows adopted was actually quite sophisticated and the social and moral lessons which some of the shows explored were ones that they could share with their parents and the politicians who served them.

Litttle Orphan AnniePart of the reason it was easy to be dismissive of kids' shows is that many of them were based on characters and stories from the comic pages. One of the earliest was Little Orphan Annie, based on Harold Gray's strip and famously sponsored by Ovaltine. The show premiered on WGN Chicago in 1930 and went nationwide on the Blue Network the following year. Child actress Shirley Bell (b. 1920) played the title role. Ovaltine's marketers were infamous for keeping tabs on their listenership with various promotions and giveaways.

Dick Tracy was a thinking man's cop who used the latest technology (and some technology which had yet to be invented) to figure out what the bad guys were up to but had no problem with fisticuffs or a desperate shootout to resolve the case. Chester Gould drawing and writing the Dick Tracy strip for the Chicago Tribune in 1931, and when the strip went into syndication h was able to work from his home in Woodstock, Illinois. The radio version of Dick Tracy was developed in 1934 over NBC's New England station. The show was developed by then-college student Himan Brown. The series' popularity got a shot in the arm when Republic Pictures began releasing a series of 15-minute shorts in a serial based on the character. When the War started, radio Dick Tracy went on hiatus.

Jimmy AllenKids are not supposed to drive cars, so a gasoline company seems like a strange sponsor for kids programming, but Skelly Oil had a good deal of success with The Air Adventures of Jimmie Allen and especially Captain Midnight. Although Dad may have selected the most convenient service station when he was driving on his own, if the kids were in the car they would have told him about Skelly's promotions they had heard about on the radio. Skelly also introduced a line of Captain Midnight bicycle tires to bring kids into the station with the assurance that the pump attendants would be happy to help them fix their bikes. Writers Wilfred G. Moore and Robert M. Burtt, who created Jimmie Allen and Captain Midnight, were both flyers in the Great War. Jimmie Allen followed the adventures of a boy-pilot who foiled crooks from 1933 to 1937. Captain Midnight, which began broadcasting in 1938, took its title from the hero's code name which the WWI flying ace earned when his general sent him on a secret high-risk mission and he returned to the airfield at the stroke of midnight. Captain "Red" Albright was given command of the Secret Squadron, and along with helping folks who needed help the paramilitary outfit also blocked the nefarious schemes of Ivan Shark. Several Axis-type villains were added after Pearl Harbor.

Jack Armstrong, The All-American Boy was created as an incredibly average kid who got wrapped up in all sorts of intriguing adventures because he was morally upright and well-intentioned, and it didn't hurt that he ate his Wheaties every morning. First broadcast on WBBM Chicago in 1933, Jack attended Hudson High School with his pal Billy Fairfield and Billy's sister Betty. The Fairfield's Uncle Jim often went on business trips to exotic locations around the globe and brought Jack and the siblings along, usually resulting in some sort of dangerous adventure. One of the best parts of being a kid on the radio is that you can be a kid for a lot longer than is possible or practical on television. After more than a decade and a half, Armstrong finally graduated from high school and for the last season in 1950-51 became a government agent in Jack Armstrong of the SBI.

Dragon Lady from Terry and the PiratesTerry and the Pirates is another adventure serial which began in the newspaper funny pages. The exotic Oriental locations and characters which worked so well in the strip had a difficult time holding an audience in isolationist America of 1936-1939. With the political situation around the world heating up, interest in the happenings of the Western Pacific began to increase, and the Red Network brought Terry and his gang back, sponsored by Libby's, in October 1941, just weeks before Pearl Harbor. Although they had some thrilling adventures in the Orient during the War, Japan was never mentioned directly.

Coming from pages of All-American Comics (a forerunner of DC Comics) rather than the newspapers, Hop Harrigan was another aviation hero. Unlike most other comic book heroes, Hop did not have a secret identity or superpowers (although he was an exceptionally skilled pilot, he did have a delightful sidekick, mechanic Tank Tinker, who managed to get Hop into as much trouble as he helped get him out of. Hop Harrigan began broadcasting in 1942, so the early villains were predictably War related.

Juvenile Western series were based on the popularity of Western movies, but one of the earliest radio examples was based on a real cowboy. Tom Mix was born in 1880 and joined the Army during the Spanish American War. Although his unit never went overseas, Tom would join a company of fifty riders in Teddy Roosevelt's inauguration parade in 1905, representing the Rough Riders. He was hired by the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch in Oklahoma, at 101,000 acres the largest ranching business in the country. The 101 Ranch sponsored a traveling Wild West Show, and Mix distinguished himself as a rider and marksman. He began as a wrangler for Hollywood studios filming early silent Westerns and soon his talents were displayed in front of the camera. In 1933, Ralston-Purina paid to use his name for the Tom Mix Straight Shooters program. Mix was never actually heard on the program, which was continually broadcast long after his death in 1940.

The Man of Steel may be the most important comic book superhero of them all, but many of the elements which define Superman as Superman were developed on the radio. Just two years after debuting on the cover of Action Comics #1 in 1938, The Adventures of Superman was developed for syndication at WOR New York and became a popular feature on the Mutual Network. Just as the hero's identity was a closely guarded secret, the fact that Superman was played by Bud Collyer was never openly revealed. Collyer did a marvelous job of using a different voice for the Man of Steel and another for his alter-ego Clark Kent. After the War, the writers created several story arcs which were important lessons in the fight against intolerance.

Sky KingThe aviation hero and the Western came together in 1947 on Sky King. The main character was loosely based on Jack Cones, a 1930's lawman in San Bernardino County, California, who used an airplane to cover his territory. In the series, Arizona rancher and pilot Schuyler "Sky" King used his airplane not only to bridge the great distances of the West but also to find lost hikers, keep an eye on bad guys, and to track rustlers and spies. Sponsored by Peter Pan Peanut Butter, Sky King was well known for offering premiums like the Sky King Secret Signal Scope and the Sky King Spy-Detecto Writer.

Although there were plenty of juvenile Westerns, Bobby Benson and the B Bar B Riders was unique because the hero was just a kid like the listeners. At the age of twelve, Bobby inherits the ranch and manages to run it with the help of his foreman and guardian. Running from 1932 to 1936, and again from 1949 to 1955, The B Bar B was also famous for its premiums.

Straight Arrow was a later juvenile Western, premiering in 1948 on Mutual. The hero was an orphaned Comanche Indian who was adopted and raised on the Adams ranch. Steve Adams inherits the ranch when he comes of age, and whenever bad guys threaten he becomes the Comanche warrior Straight Arrow.

This collection includes hours of excellent children's programming from the 1930's - 1950 including episodes of Columbia Workshop, Fairy Tales by Harold Peary (of Great Gildersleeve) and Earle Ross, Howdy Doody, KittyKeen, Old Tales and New, Sleepy Joe and many others.

For other great children's programs see the collections of Smilin' Ed's Buster Brown Gang, Howdy Doody Time, Let's Pretend, Cinnamon Bear, Wormwood Forest, and Minnesota School of the Air.

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    104 recordings on 1 MP3 CD for just $5.00. Total playtime 23 hours, 11 min
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    total playtime 23 hours, 11 min
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    1. 104 shows - total playtime 23 hours 11 minutes
    2. Annie 360000 1018 Mr. Flint Selling Stock In the Toll Bridge.mp3
    3. Annie 360000 1019 Mr. Flint Tries to Sell Stock to Jake Levy.mp3
    4. Annie 360000 1020 Watching Bridge Being Built.mp3
    5. bing crosby alibaba and the 40 thieves.mp3
    6. Bobby Benson 510823 Byline.Mp3
    7. Bobby Benson 510830 Strong and the Weak.mp3
    8. Chic Carter 430713 008 The Bubbling Pool.mp3
    9. Chic Carter 44xxxx Fat Man On The Ferry.mp3
    10. CM 391110 0185 Delores Tries To Kill Ivan Shark.mp3
    11. CM 391113 0186 Patsy And Chuck Explore Cave.mp3
    12. CM 391114 0187 Shark Searches For Delores.mp3
    13. CM 391115 0188 Chuck Falls Into Underground River.mp3
    14. CW 370928 058 Alice in Wonderland Part 1.mp3
    15. CW 371003 059 Alice in Wonderland Part 2.mp3
    16. CW 371223 070 Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 1.mp3
    17. CW 371230 071 Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 2.mp3
    18. Daybreak at Calamity Farm Gilbert Girard and Company 1924.mp3
    19. DT 380411 071 Mounties At Pitchblend.mp3
    20. DT 380412 072 Snow Slide.mp3
    21. DT 380413 073 Who Is Purple Rider.mp3
    22. SFC Brave Little Tailor.mp3
    23. SFC Cinderella.mp3
    24. SFC Hansel and Gretel.mp3
    25. SFC Jack and the Bean Stalk.mp3
    26. SFC Puss in Boots.mp3
    27. SFC Rumpelstiltskin.mp3
    28. SFC Snow White and Rose Red.mp3
    29. AFT Steadfast tin Soldier.mp3
    30. AFT The Magic Tinder Box.mp3
    31. GFT 3 Brothers.mp3
    32. GFT 3 Feathers.mp3
    33. GFT Bremen Town Musicians.mp3
    34. GFT Docter know All.mp3
    35. GFT Dragon and his Grandmother.mp3
    36. Hop Harrigan 470707 1241 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #1.mp3
    37. Hop Harrigan 470708 1242 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #2.mp3
    38. Hop Harrigan 470709 1243 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #3.mp3
    39. Howdy Doody 520816 Buffalo Bob Smith.mp3
    40. Howdy Doody 540000 The Kipper Factory.mp3
    41. Jack 401115 Ep1550 Hostile Moros Attack The Village.mp3
    42. Jack 401118 Ep1551 Spindrift Arrives In Manila.mp3
    43. Jack 401119 Ep1552 Suprise Visit To The Black Shark.mp3
    44. Jimmie Allen 370000 1039 Reluctance For Solo Flight.mp3
    45. Jimmie Allen 370000 1040 Speed Lands Jimmies Plane.mp3
    46. Jimmie Allen 370000 1041 Sabotage Suspected.mp3
    47. Jimmy Scribner Uncle Remus Brer Fox and the Pumpkin Face.mp3
    48. Lux Radio Theater 1950-12-25 0727 The Wizard Of Oz.mp3
    49. Old Tales New 000000 A Camel Named Cuddles 30 s.mp3
    50. Old Tales New 000000 A Small Tribute.mp3
    51. Old Tales New 000000 Pierre the Remarkable Prarie Dog.mp3
    52. Old Tales New 000000 Strange Occurance in Toyland.mp3
    53. Old Tales New 000000 The 3 Elephants Vacation.mp3
    54. Old Tales New 000000 The Emporer s New Clothes.mp3
    55. Old Tales New 000000 The Horse Who Loved Music.mp3
    56. Old Tales New 000000 The Nightingale.mp3
    57. Old Tales New 501002AYak At The County Fair.mp3
    58. Old Tales New 501009Whitney The Neighborly Whale.mp3
    59. Old Tales New 501016Three Billy Goats Gruff.mp3
    60. Old Tales New 501218The Lost Puppy.mp3
    61. Old Tales New 510108 Sleeping Beauty.mp3
    62. Old Tales New Boy That Was Carried Away by a Bear.mp3
    63. PP 550322 Peter Pan.mp3
    64. RR 450508 Roy Rogers Legend of Pecos Bill.mp3
    65. Rump 001.mp3
    66. Rump 002.mp3
    67. Rump 003.mp3
    68. Rump 004.mp3
    69. Sleepy Joe 01 Brer Fox and the Christmas Turkey.mp3
    70. Sleepy Joe 02 Brer Rabbit Loses an Address.mp3
    71. Sleepy Joe 03 The Time Brer Rabbit Was Picked Off.mp3
    72. Sleepy Joe 04 Brer Rabbit s Surprise.mp3
    73. Sleepy Joe 05 Brer Rabbit s Mistake.mp3
    74. Sleepy Joe 06 Brer Rabbit s Goose.mp3
    75. Sleepy Joe 07 The Building of the World.mp3
    76. Sleepy Joe 08 Brer Fox and His Christmas Hate.mp3
    77. Sleepy Joe 09 Brer Fox and the Carrot Trap.mp3
    78. Sleepy Joe 10 The Unhappy Stable.mp3
    79. Sleepy Joe 11 Brer Rabbit and Brer Bear The Big Snow.mp3
    80. Sleepy Joe 12 Brer Snake s Christmas Gift.mp3
    81. Sleepy Joe 129 Brer Fox and Brer Goat.mp3
    82. Sleepy Joe 13 Jack in the Box.mp3
    83. Sleepy Joe 130 Brer Fox s Toothache.mp3
    84. Sleepy Joe 131 The Tattlin Snake.mp3
    85. Sleepy Joe 132 Brer Fox in the Brier Patch.mp3
    86. Sleepy Joe 14 How Brer Rabbit Lost His Tail.mp3
    87. Sleepy Joe 15 Brer Beaver s Christmas Dinner.mp3
    88. Sleepy Joe 16 Brer Fox and Brer Rabbit s Lesson.mp3
    89. Sleepy Joe 17 Mr Rabbit s Christmas.mp3
    90. Sleepy Joe 18 Brer Fox and the Christmas Packages.mp3
    91. Sleepy Joe 19 Santa Claus Comes to the Brier Patch.mp3
    92. Sleepy Joe 20 The Night Before Christmas.mp3
    93. Stories 1930s Captain One Eye Disappears.mp3
    94. Stories 1930s The Horse Who Had His Picture in the Paper.mp3
    95. Stories 1930s The Missing Whistle.mp3
    96. Superman 460610 0986 Clanofthefierycross1.mp3
    97. Superman 460611 0987 Clanofthefierycross2.mp3
    98. Superman 460612 0988 Clanofthefierycross3.mp3
    99. Terry-Pirates 411212 050 Amazing Gas Of Destruction.mp3
    100. Terry-Pirates 411215 051 Terrys Fatal Mistake.mp3
    101. Terry-Pirates 411216 052 Midnight Stranger.mp3
    102. Terry-Pirates 411217 053 Locked In The Gas Chamber.mp3
    103. Tom Mix 450810 Vanishing Village Pt1.mp3
    104. Tom Mix 450813 Vanishing Village Pt2.mp3
    105. Tom Mix 450814 Vanishing Village Pt3.mp3
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    104 recordings on 1 MP3 Collection Download for just $5.00. Total playtime 23 hours, 11 min
    104 recordings on 1 MP3 Collection Download for just $5.00
    total playtime 23 hours, 11 min
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    1. 104 shows - total playtime 23 hours 11 minutes
    2. Annie 360000 1018 Mr. Flint Selling Stock In the Toll Bridge.mp3
    3. Annie 360000 1019 Mr. Flint Tries to Sell Stock to Jake Levy.mp3
    4. Annie 360000 1020 Watching Bridge Being Built.mp3
    5. bing crosby alibaba and the 40 thieves.mp3
    6. Bobby Benson 510823 Byline.Mp3
    7. Bobby Benson 510830 Strong and the Weak.mp3
    8. Chic Carter 430713 008 The Bubbling Pool.mp3
    9. Chic Carter 44xxxx Fat Man On The Ferry.mp3
    10. CM 391110 0185 Delores Tries To Kill Ivan Shark.mp3
    11. CM 391113 0186 Patsy And Chuck Explore Cave.mp3
    12. CM 391114 0187 Shark Searches For Delores.mp3
    13. CM 391115 0188 Chuck Falls Into Underground River.mp3
    14. CW 370928 058 Alice in Wonderland Part 1.mp3
    15. CW 371003 059 Alice in Wonderland Part 2.mp3
    16. CW 371223 070 Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 1.mp3
    17. CW 371230 071 Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 2.mp3
    18. Daybreak at Calamity Farm Gilbert Girard and Company 1924.mp3
    19. DT 380411 071 Mounties At Pitchblend.mp3
    20. DT 380412 072 Snow Slide.mp3
    21. DT 380413 073 Who Is Purple Rider.mp3
    22. SFC Brave Little Tailor.mp3
    23. SFC Cinderella.mp3
    24. SFC Hansel and Gretel.mp3
    25. SFC Jack and the Bean Stalk.mp3
    26. SFC Puss in Boots.mp3
    27. SFC Rumpelstiltskin.mp3
    28. SFC Snow White and Rose Red.mp3
    29. AFT Steadfast tin Soldier.mp3
    30. AFT The Magic Tinder Box.mp3
    31. GFT 3 Brothers.mp3
    32. GFT 3 Feathers.mp3
    33. GFT Bremen Town Musicians.mp3
    34. GFT Docter know All.mp3
    35. GFT Dragon and his Grandmother.mp3
    36. Hop Harrigan 470707 1241 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #1.mp3
    37. Hop Harrigan 470708 1242 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #2.mp3
    38. Hop Harrigan 470709 1243 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #3.mp3
    39. Howdy Doody 520816 Buffalo Bob Smith.mp3
    40. Howdy Doody 540000 The Kipper Factory.mp3
    41. Jack 401115 Ep1550 Hostile Moros Attack The Village.mp3
    42. Jack 401118 Ep1551 Spindrift Arrives In Manila.mp3
    43. Jack 401119 Ep1552 Suprise Visit To The Black Shark.mp3
    44. Jimmie Allen 370000 1039 Reluctance For Solo Flight.mp3
    45. Jimmie Allen 370000 1040 Speed Lands Jimmies Plane.mp3
    46. Jimmie Allen 370000 1041 Sabotage Suspected.mp3
    47. Jimmy Scribner Uncle Remus Brer Fox and the Pumpkin Face.mp3
    48. Lux Radio Theater 1950-12-25 0727 The Wizard Of Oz.mp3
    49. Old Tales New 000000 A Camel Named Cuddles 30 s.mp3
    50. Old Tales New 000000 A Small Tribute.mp3
    51. Old Tales New 000000 Pierre the Remarkable Prarie Dog.mp3
    52. Old Tales New 000000 Strange Occurance in Toyland.mp3
    53. Old Tales New 000000 The 3 Elephants Vacation.mp3
    54. Old Tales New 000000 The Emporer s New Clothes.mp3
    55. Old Tales New 000000 The Horse Who Loved Music.mp3
    56. Old Tales New 000000 The Nightingale.mp3
    57. Old Tales New 501002AYak At The County Fair.mp3
    58. Old Tales New 501009Whitney The Neighborly Whale.mp3
    59. Old Tales New 501016Three Billy Goats Gruff.mp3
    60. Old Tales New 501218The Lost Puppy.mp3
    61. Old Tales New 510108 Sleeping Beauty.mp3
    62. Old Tales New Boy That Was Carried Away by a Bear.mp3
    63. PP 550322 Peter Pan.mp3
    64. RR 450508 Roy Rogers Legend of Pecos Bill.mp3
    65. Rump 001.mp3
    66. Rump 002.mp3
    67. Rump 003.mp3
    68. Rump 004.mp3
    69. Sleepy Joe 01 Brer Fox and the Christmas Turkey.mp3
    70. Sleepy Joe 02 Brer Rabbit Loses an Address.mp3
    71. Sleepy Joe 03 The Time Brer Rabbit Was Picked Off.mp3
    72. Sleepy Joe 04 Brer Rabbit s Surprise.mp3
    73. Sleepy Joe 05 Brer Rabbit s Mistake.mp3
    74. Sleepy Joe 06 Brer Rabbit s Goose.mp3
    75. Sleepy Joe 07 The Building of the World.mp3
    76. Sleepy Joe 08 Brer Fox and His Christmas Hate.mp3
    77. Sleepy Joe 09 Brer Fox and the Carrot Trap.mp3
    78. Sleepy Joe 10 The Unhappy Stable.mp3
    79. Sleepy Joe 11 Brer Rabbit and Brer Bear The Big Snow.mp3
    80. Sleepy Joe 12 Brer Snake s Christmas Gift.mp3
    81. Sleepy Joe 129 Brer Fox and Brer Goat.mp3
    82. Sleepy Joe 13 Jack in the Box.mp3
    83. Sleepy Joe 130 Brer Fox s Toothache.mp3
    84. Sleepy Joe 131 The Tattlin Snake.mp3
    85. Sleepy Joe 132 Brer Fox in the Brier Patch.mp3
    86. Sleepy Joe 14 How Brer Rabbit Lost His Tail.mp3
    87. Sleepy Joe 15 Brer Beaver s Christmas Dinner.mp3
    88. Sleepy Joe 16 Brer Fox and Brer Rabbit s Lesson.mp3
    89. Sleepy Joe 17 Mr Rabbit s Christmas.mp3
    90. Sleepy Joe 18 Brer Fox and the Christmas Packages.mp3
    91. Sleepy Joe 19 Santa Claus Comes to the Brier Patch.mp3
    92. Sleepy Joe 20 The Night Before Christmas.mp3
    93. Stories 1930s Captain One Eye Disappears.mp3
    94. Stories 1930s The Horse Who Had His Picture in the Paper.mp3
    95. Stories 1930s The Missing Whistle.mp3
    96. Superman 460610 0986 Clanofthefierycross1.mp3
    97. Superman 460611 0987 Clanofthefierycross2.mp3
    98. Superman 460612 0988 Clanofthefierycross3.mp3
    99. Terry-Pirates 411212 050 Amazing Gas Of Destruction.mp3
    100. Terry-Pirates 411215 051 Terrys Fatal Mistake.mp3
    101. Terry-Pirates 411216 052 Midnight Stranger.mp3
    102. Terry-Pirates 411217 053 Locked In The Gas Chamber.mp3
    103. Tom Mix 450810 Vanishing Village Pt1.mp3
    104. Tom Mix 450813 Vanishing Village Pt2.mp3
    105. Tom Mix 450814 Vanishing Village Pt3.mp3
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    104 recordings on 23 Audio CDs. Total playtime 23 hours, 11 min
    104 recordings on 23 Audio CDs
    total playtime 23 hours, 11 min

    Children Shows Disc A001

    1. bing crosby alibaba and the 40 thieves
    2. Chic Carter 44xxxx Fat Man On The Ferry
    3. Daybreak at Calamity Farm Gilbert Girard and Company 1924
    4. SFC Brave Little Tailor
    5. SFC Cinderella

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    Children Shows Disc A002

    1. SFC Hansel and Gretel
    2. SFC Jack and the Bean Stalk
    3. SFC Puss in Boots
    4. SFC Rumpelstiltskin
    5. SFC Snow White and Rose Red
    6. AFT Steadfast tin Soldier
    7. AFT The Magic Tinder Box
    8. GFT 3 Brothers

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    Children Shows Disc A003

    1. GFT 3 Feathers
    2. GFT Bremen Town Musicians
    3. GFT Docter know All
    4. GFT Dragon and his Grandmother
    5. Jimmy Scribner Uncle Remus Brer Fox and the Pumpkin Face

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    Children Shows Disc A004

    1. Lux Radio Theater 1950-12-25 0727 The Wizard Of Oz

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    Children Shows Disc A005

    1. Old Tales New Boy That Was Carried Away by a Bear
    2. Rump 001
    3. Rump 002
    4. Rump 003
    5. Rump 004
    6. Sleepy Joe 01 Brer Fox and the Christmas Turkey
    7. Sleepy Joe 02 Brer Rabbit Loses an Address
    8. Sleepy Joe 03 The Time Brer Rabbit Was Picked Off
    9. Sleepy Joe 04 Brer Rabbit s Surprise
    10. Sleepy Joe 05 Brer Rabbit s Mistake
    11. Sleepy Joe 06 Brer Rabbit s Goose

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    Children Shows Disc A006

    1. Sleepy Joe 07 The Building of the World
    2. Sleepy Joe 08 Brer Fox and His Christmas Hate
    3. Sleepy Joe 09 Brer Fox and the Carrot Trap
    4. Sleepy Joe 10 The Unhappy Stable
    5. Sleepy Joe 11 Brer Rabbit and Brer Bear The Big Snow
    6. Sleepy Joe 12 Brer Snake s Christmas Gift
    7. Sleepy Joe 129 Brer Fox and Brer Goat
    8. Sleepy Joe 13 Jack in the Box
    9. Sleepy Joe 130 Brer Fox s Toothache
    10. Sleepy Joe 131 The Tattlin Snake

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    Children Shows Disc A007

    1. Sleepy Joe 132 Brer Fox in the Brier Patch
    2. Sleepy Joe 14 How Brer Rabbit Lost His Tail
    3. Sleepy Joe 15 Brer Beaver s Christmas Dinner
    4. Sleepy Joe 16 Brer Fox and Brer Rabbit s Lesson
    5. Sleepy Joe 17 Mr Rabbit s Christmas
    6. Sleepy Joe 18 Brer Fox and the Christmas Packages
    7. Sleepy Joe 19 Santa Claus Comes to the Brier Patch
    8. Sleepy Joe 20 The Night Before Christmas
    9. Stories 1930s Captain One Eye Disappears

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    Children Shows Disc A008

    1. Stories 1930s The Horse Who Had His Picture in the Paper
    2. Stories 1930s The Missing Whistle
    3. Old Tales New 000000 A Camel Named Cuddles 30 s
    4. Old Tales New 000000 A Small Tribute
    5. Old Tales New 000000 Pierre the Remarkable Prarie Dog

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    Children Shows Disc A009

    1. Old Tales New 000000 Strange Occurance in Toyland
    2. Old Tales New 000000 The 3 Elephants Vacation
    3. Old Tales New 000000 The Emporer s New Clothes
    4. Old Tales New 000000 The Horse Who Loved Music
    5. Old Tales New 000000 The Nightingale

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    Children Shows Disc A010

    1. Annie 360000 1018 Mr. Flint Selling Stock In the Toll Bridge
    2. Annie 360000 1019 Mr. Flint Tries to Sell Stock to Jake Levy
    3. Annie 360000 1020 Watching Bridge Being Built
    4. Jimmie Allen 370000 1039 Reluctance For Solo Flight
    5. Jimmie Allen 370000 1040 Speed Lands Jimmies Plane

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    Children Shows Disc A011

    1. Jimmie Allen 370000 1041 Sabotage Suspected
    2. CW 370928 058 Alice in Wonderland Part 1

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    Children Shows Disc A012

    1. CW 371003 059 Alice in Wonderland Part 2
    2. CW 371223 070 Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 1

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    Children Shows Disc A013

    1. CW 371230 071 Alice Through the Looking Glass Part 2
    2. DT 380411 071 Mounties At Pitchblend
    3. DT 380412 072 Snow Slide

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    Children Shows Disc A014

    1. DT 380413 073 Who Is Purple Rider
    2. CM 391110 0185 Delores Tries To Kill Ivan Shark
    3. CM 391113 0186 Patsy And Chuck Explore Cave
    4. CM 391114 0187 Shark Searches For Delores

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    Children Shows Disc A015

    1. CM 391115 0188 Chuck Falls Into Underground River
    2. Jack 401115 Ep1550 Hostile Moros Attack The Village
    3. Jack 401118 Ep1551 Spindrift Arrives In Manila
    4. Jack 401119 Ep1552 Suprise Visit To The Black Shark

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    Children Shows Disc A016

    1. Terry-Pirates 411212 050 Amazing Gas Of Destruction
    2. Terry-Pirates 411215 051 Terrys Fatal Mistake
    3. Terry-Pirates 411216 052 Midnight Stranger
    4. Terry-Pirates 411217 053 Locked In The Gas Chamber

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    1. Chic Carter 430713 008 The Bubbling Pool
    2. RR 450508 Roy Rogers Legend of Pecos Bill
    3. Tom Mix 450810 Vanishing Village Pt1

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    Children Shows Disc A018

    1. Tom Mix 450813 Vanishing Village Pt2
    2. Tom Mix 450814 Vanishing Village Pt3
    3. Superman 460610 0986 Clanofthefierycross1
    4. Superman 460611 0987 Clanofthefierycross2

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    1. Superman 460612 0988 Clanofthefierycross3
    2. Hop Harrigan 470707 1241 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #1
    3. Hop Harrigan 470708 1242 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #2
    4. Hop Harrigan 470709 1243 Mystery Of Vanishing Men #3

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    Children Shows Disc A020

    1. Old Tales New 501002AYak At The County Fair
    2. Old Tales New 501009Whitney The Neighborly Whale
    3. Old Tales New 501016Three Billy Goats Gruff
    4. Old Tales New 501218The Lost Puppy

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    1. Old Tales New 510108 Sleeping Beauty
    2. Bobby Benson 510823 Byline
    3. Bobby Benson 510830 Strong and the Weak

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    1. Howdy Doody 520816 Buffalo Bob Smith
    2. Howdy Doody 540000 The Kipper Factory

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    1. PP 550322 Peter Pan

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