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One of the best ways to get listeners to pay attention so you can sell your product to them is to get them to laugh. Telling a few jokes seems like a simple way to create a profitable radio program but putting together a successful comedy program was never as easy as something like a music program. Contrary to the experience of long-time favorites like Fibber McGee and Molly, The Jack Benny Program, or Bob Hope, staying funny week after week is not easy. Probably the hardest part is that your show might be funny, but it just doesn't tickle your sponsor. Just ask Fred Allen how difficult radio can be if you do not get along with your sponsor.

  • Arbogast Show, November 1951, WMAQ Chicago. It's 10:30, and when you should be getting ready for a good night's sleep, WMAQ brings on a half hour of disc jockey silliness which will keep you awake, giggling. John Arbogast and Steve Robinson's antics included broadcasting from the bathtub and mixing a cantaloupe, a sheepherding dog, and a small child to get "Melancholy Baby".
  • Ask Dr. Science, Tonight's question is: "Is Computer Science a Real Science?" The short answer seems to be, probably not. Remember, Dr. Science is not a Real Doctor!
  • Friar's Club Testimonial Dinner, January 8, 1961, CBS. Miss Audrey Hepburn gives a rather sweet roast of Gary Cooper.
  • Ben Alexander Show, February 10, 1947, Transcribed from HOLLYWOOD. "Let the punishment fit the Crime", Ben shares stories of judges handing down unusual sentences and cops finding creative means to foil crime.
  • The Bill Goodwin Show, Live from Hollywood, March 18, 1957, NBC, sponsored by Schick Shavers. Mr. Goodwin opens his hour-long comedy-variety program with a funny monolog before introducing his special guest, Hollywood animal trainer, Ralph Helfer.
  • The Bob Crane Show, KNX Los Angeles, November 13, 1957. Disc jockey Bob welcomes his young son to the show. Later, he plays interviews with popular newspaper columnists for L.A. papers.
  • The Bob Smith Show, WNBC New York, August 25, 1947. While Bob is away from the microphone, Donald Duck slips in to substitute and plug his new film, Fun and Fancy Free (1947).
  • Bringing Up Father, July 1, 1941, King Features Syndication. First Show of the series featuring Jiggs and Maggie from the comic pages.
  • The Cass Daley Show, NBC, 1950. Cass and her uncle are invited to a party at Basil Rathbone's house in Beverly Hills. Rathbone's experience as Sherlock Holmes is hardly enough to prepare him for Cass's shenanigans.
  • Circus Night in Silvertown, May 24, 1935, NBC, Sponsored by BF Goodrich Silvertown Tires. Host Joe Cook has to get ready to box "The Masked Marvel" and hopes he doesn't have a blow-out.
  • Cliff and Lolly, July 16, 1930, Continental Broadcasting Corporation. Cliff Arquette and Lolly Grookins, "The Nuts of Harmony". Lots of fun songs and amusing patter.
  • Kenny DelmarComedy Capers, 1934, Bruce Eells and Associate Syndication. The little girl wants a bedtime story in the middle of this vaudeville-like review.
  • The Comedy Caravan, 1944, AFRS Rebroadcast. Jimmy Durant is considering a run for President, while Garry Moore has his own version of the Oscars.
  • Coronet Cigarette Program, March 12, 1950, Audition program. A disc jockey program set in the Coronet Cigarette Stand where comic characters pass through to comment and get their smokes. The show would feature Kenny Delmar as Senator Clatchhammer.
  • Count Your Blessings, May 15, 1950, audition program. A show about the Blessing family, Doug and Carrie Blessing, and their TEN kids.
  • Daddy and Rollo, November 11, 1942, Mutual Network. Daddy edits the local paper, but he still has to take care of his boy, Rollo who decides that school is a waste of time. 
  • Dave Garroway Show, 1950-51, AFRS, Dave and singer Connie Russel along with the studio orchestra have plenty of music and have plenty of morning laughs for the fellows. The guys in the orchestra each plays a solo so that their wives will know what they are up to so early in the morning, and Dave and Connie's on-going banter will make anyone smile.
  • Dawgs, audition program 1938. Stuart Erwin stars in a drama which has a second purpose of promoting dog ownership. One of the shows premises of the show is to give away a pup each week.
  • Eggs at Eight, 1952, KVOO Tulsa. Three-quarters of an hour of pure silliness in the Heartland. This episode includes a merciless send-up of Dragnet.
  • Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel, Blue Network / British, 1932, a title that should be familiar to Marx Brothers fans, this program is a BBC rebroadcast (not to be confused with BBC's 1980's broadcasts using the original script) of the movie icon’s first attempts to expand their vaudeville and film success into broadcasting. Along with the Depression-era material, we get a history lesson from a Marx Brothers fan and scholar.
  • Forever Ernest, 1946, CBS, a Summer replacement for Vox Pop. Former child star Jackie Coogan gets his first regular radio role co-starring Lurene Tuttle is a situation comedy about a 'fraidy-cat' drugstore clerk desperate to impress his girlfriend.
  • The Fresh Up Show, 1946, Mutual, sponsored by 7-Up. Bert Wheeler plays a drug store clerk who gets conned into marrying the local doctor's daughter. Featuring Ruth Davies singing with the 7-Up Orchestra.
  • Funny Side Up, 1959, CBS Featuring Bert Parks and Kenny Delmar, the panel program from 1959 is performed in the best tradition of It Pays to be Ignorant.
  • Gleason and Armstrong, 1931 Hollywood Broadcast Features Syndication, A couple of palookas from "New Joisey" determined to make it into the big time and hopefully pick up a few bucks and maybe a pretty girl or two along the way. Originally syndicated by Hollywood Features in 1931, our heroes' show has many elements of an early soap opera, but the dish-suds and the floor-polish crowd was hardly this show's target audience.
  • The Preview Theatre of the Air, 1948, KFWB, Hollywood. George O'Hanlon starred in Warner Bros Joe McDoakes live-action shorts, which are also the basis for his radio comedy series, which featured the talents of Lurene Tuttle and Willard Waterman. Although the part would go to Alan Reed, O'Hanlon auditioned for Hanna-Barbara's "Fred Flintstone". Once The Flintstones became a commercial success, O'Hanlon was given the part of George Jetson in the follow-up series.
  • Great Caesar's Ghost, March 8, 1946, ABC. The premise of this audition program is that small town druggist Julius Caesar Jones gets a visit from the ghost of the Roman emperor whenever he utters the phrase "Great Caesar's Ghost" because as a descendant of Caesar, he is the first in generations to have both the Emperor's name and blood. Although it was not picked up, it was a very entertaining sitcom.
  • The Great Crepitation Contest of 1946, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Crepitation is the term the CBC accepts for flatulence, and flatulence is a polite word for farting. Face it, nothing is as funny as farting. The contestants are Paul Boomer of Australia and Lord Windifer of Great Britain.
  • The Grouch Club, 1939, NBC. Even curmudgeons deserve a forum. Billed as a "no-situation comedy", the Grouch Club was a place for professional complainers on the West Coast CBS network in 1938-39 and later nationwide on the Red Network. Grouchmaster Jack Lescoulie was helped in his duties by Arthur Q. Bryant, Jack Albertson, Mary Milford, and Walter Tetley.
  • The Guys Next Door, July 25, 1947, ABC. Newlyweds Guthrie and Phoebe Guy have their first home. In this audition program, Phoebe has bought all the bricks that Guthrie will need to build a new barbecue pit in the backyard if only he can survive the ordeal.
  • The Happy Gang, 1939, picked up by Mutual. Daily music and comedy show from Canada.
  • "Hello World (Doggone!)" February 1933, KWKH, Shreveport, Louisiana. Station spokesman William Kennon Henderson Jr made this phonographic recording to complain about large Northern broadcasters "sideswiping" his station which used the 850 kHz frequency. The interference of WENR and WLS Chicago was enough to keep local listeners from hearing KWKH's content. A second recording (perhaps the flip-side of the phonograph recording) features "Old Man" Henderson making his point musically.
  • Hildegarde's Raleigh Room, November 13, 1945, NBC. The Incomparable Hildegarde gives us plenty of laughs songs, and chances to light up our Raleigh's.
  • Hogan's Daughter, 1949, NBC. Family situation comedy about an Irish family living in a New York City walk-up. Pop Hogan thinks that life is unfair (how can his neighbor afford a television?) while his daughter Phyllis is looking for a job, but she would rather find a boy. Shirley Booth stars as Phyllis, Old man Hogan's daughter.
  • Hollywood Calling, July 3, 1949, NBC. A very scripted interview program from the movie capital, this episode takes place the night before Independence Day, which is also George Murphy's birthday. Ronald Reagan gives the gang the idea of celebrating the birthday of everyone they can find who was born on July 4, except George Murphy.
  • Housewives Incorporated, Housekeeping tips and a chance to poke fun at husbands, often in rhyme' are the backbone of this locally produced program from Seattle. The studio piano gets a workout providing background music and interludes. Don't forget the Griddle Rich Pancake Batter in the refrigerated section of your grocer or ask your milkman.
  • In Old New York, February 22, 1944. Hijinks in a New York boarding house. One of the regular residents does a pretty good Durante imitation. A body is found in Room 421 with no arms or legs but rather than calling the cops, they decide to wait for a reporter who wrote a mystery novel, thinking he should be able to solve the mystery.
  • Jack OakieJack Oakie College: Jack Oakie progressed from Wall Street to vaudeville to Hollywood where he picked up the title of "World's Oldest Freshmen" for the series of college comedies he appeared in. RJ Reynolds hired him as their radio voice in 1937 for the program which would eventually evolve into The Came Caravan. This episode features Joe Penner and Judy Garland two years before The Wizard of Oz made her a household name.
  • Jazz Jesters, September 1941. Mirth and Melodies
  • Joe and Mabel, March 2, 1941, possibly audition program. Joe is a cabbie with a steady job, surprisingly wise friends, and a really sweet girl. The combination is not always harmonious, especially around Valentine's Day.
  • Joe E. Brown Show, 1939, CBS, sponsored by Post Toasties. One of the greatest smiles on the pre-War big screen was Joe E. Brown's. In this variety/sitcom, he plays an up-and-coming executive at Bullhammer Enterprises. Most of all, it gives Joe a chance to play off the other characters, including announcer, Don Wilson.
  • June's My Girl, October 4, 1948, NBC audition program. Diana Lynn plays a sweet young woman working for the Nichol's Employment Agency, which leads to several occupation jokes. The agency is in receivership, so the bank sends good-looking Jimmy Crane to look after its interests, but June's interests are center on Jimmy Crane!
  • Junior Miss, 1953, CBS. Barbara Whiting stars as 15-year-old Judy Graves, a precocious girl living with her family in a New York apartment. Gale Gordon plays her long-suffering father. The stories are based on a series of semi-autobiographical articles by Sally Benson in The New Yorker magazine.
  • Walter TetleyThe Kid on the Corner, April 10, 1948, NBC Audition. Walter Tetley, "Radio's foremost young actor" (Tetley was in the Thirties when the show was recorded), plays a newspaper boy. A newspaper price war breaks out, but the newsboys manage to foil criminals as well.
  • The Laff Parade, 1934, Radio Transcription Company of America. Ken Niles hosts this frolicsome variety offering with loads of music and fun. Caution: some editions of the program will be considered racially insensitive to modern listeners.
  • The Lee Giroux Show, January 24, 1947, Audition Program for Jackson's Home Furnishings. Intended for the Northern California market, Mr. Giroux shares amusing stories in the form of "Personality Portraits", as well as music from the Hammond Organ.
  • Leo and the Blonde, 1947, Universal Recorders Transcription. Leo is a Hollywood publicity agent who discovers an incredible talent when his car breaks down in the middle of Wyoming. The funny thing is, he really believes in the Blonde he discovers and sets everything into her success.
  • Let Yourself Go, June 6, 1945, CBS, sponsored by Eversharp Pens. It's almost time host Milton Berle to go on vacation. After trying to figure out his income taxes, he tries to convince Al Jolson to host the summer replacement show.
  • Let's Have Fun, October 22, 1935, CBS, sustained. A new concept, every week the show will present a new, hour-long Rogers and Hart musical comedy. In this edition, the Professor has a process to send a modern crooner back in time so that he can woo Cleopatra in ancient Egypt. Who woos who is the big question.
  • Jack Benny Fred Allen FeudLove Thy Neighbor Premier and Air Trailer, December 1940, Paramount Syndication. Although the on-air "feud" was officially over for a few years, Fred Allen and Jack Benny appear together in this film about competing radio comics whose lives intertwine off the air. The film features Mary Martin's fur-coat striptease while singing "My Heart Belongs to Daddy".
  • Luck of the Irish, February 25, 1946, Audition Program. A hair-growing expert comes into "Honest" O'Day's advertising agency with $10,000 to pitch his product. The question is who is swindling who?
  • The Lucky Strike Hour, 1933, NBC, Lucky Strike Cigarettes and Cremo Cigars. A decade before casting their lot with Jack Benny, the tobacco company went on the air with a variety-music and comedy program. Featuring dance music, singers, comics like "Baron Munchausen", and dramas from the files of the FBI.
  • Those Mad Masters, March 19, 1946, KGO San Francisco, ABC net. Natalie and Monte Masters star in this bickering couple comedy. What angers Natalie is that when Monte comes home, all he wants to do after dinner is read the paper or listen to the radio. After tuning into the prize fight, he has some out-of-this-world dreams.
  • Manhattan Playhouse, Mutual Network, January 18, 1949. The program emulates the excitement of a Broadway opening, tonight's show, "The Perfect Secretary", is about a young executive who has a habit of falling in love with his secretary.
  • Meet Me at Parky's, June 24, 1945, NBC. Harry Einstein's hilarious ethnic character, Parkyakarkus, is running a restaurant that attracts an amusing clientele, but the real fun is the puns and malapropisms Parky uses to murder the English language.
  • Meet Millie, early 1950's, CBS. Millie Bronson is a modern girl, working as a secretary in Manhattan and living with her mother in Queens. When the TV version of the program became the first show broadcast from CBS Television City, Los Angeles, the studio audience laughed so hard and so much that the actors had to freeze in position until the laughs stopped.
  • MenjousMeet the Menjous, 1950, ZIV Syndication. Matinee idol Adolphe Menjou and his wife, Verree Teasdale, hold interesting and amusing conversations on a new topic each day and share them with the listening audience.
  • Meet the Ruggles (The Ruggles), December 1957, Audition programs, Comedian Charlie Ruggles stars in this family sitcom based on the 1950 TV program. Ruggles and his wife are both behind in renewing their driver's licenses, so the teenagers are the only legal drivers in the family.
  • MGM Musical Comedy Theatre, 1952, MGM Syndication. /an amusing story about a pair of crooks who are no match for a guardian angel.
  • The Mighty Casey, June 28, 1947, Mutual. An interesting sitcom about the hero of the Mudville Nine.
  • Mirth and Melody, December 2, 1948, ABC Net. An old-fashioned minstrel show from New Orleans.
  • Moon Mullins, January 31, 1947, CBS. From the comic pages to the living room radio, Moon is an eternally down on his luck prizefighter who is surrounded by a gang of incredibly eccentric characters at the boarding house where he lives, including his landlords, Lord and "Lady" Plushbottom.
  • The Nebbs, 1945, Mutual net. A situation comedy of "the great unwashed masses", Rudy and Fanny Nebbs were a standard working-class family with son Junior who is about to find out that girls are more fun than baseball and a daughter who is catching the attention of all the boys.
  • The New Swan Show, 1948, NBC Net. Bob's ratings were beginning to slip by the end of his ten-year contract with Pepsodent, but Lever Brothers were willing to give him a new shot pitching Swan Soap. The new show is a lot like the old one, and just as much fun. This time around his singer is Doris Day.
  • Penny SingletonNew York Closeup, November 24, 1954, WEAF (?). Tex and Jinx's guest today is none other than Fred Allen who has retired from radio (Jinx blames television, Fred says his blood pressure had something to do with it). Fred is pitching his new showbiz autobiography, Treadmill to Oblivion (1954, Little, Brown, and Company).
  • Old Gold Show, October 22, 1944, CBS. New Host Jackie Gleason has been listening to the radio for years, so now he is going to run his own radio station. If only WIOU can land a sponsor.
  • Once Upon a Time, 1938, Standard Radio Inc. Syndication. A new telling of "Hansel and Gretel", don't worry, the old witch still gets hers!
  • The Penny Singleton Show, May 30, 1950, NBC/AFRTS. Penny stars as Mrs. Penny Williamson in this "harmless" situation comedy, but after 28 motion pictures and eleven seasons on the Radio, she will always be Blondie.
  • Philco Radio Time, November 3, 1948, ABC, San Francisco aircheck. Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, and Mortimer Snerd join Bing on this election day edition of the show.
  • The Private Life of Rochester Van Jones, May 12, 1950, CBS, audition programs. Eddie Anderson from The Jack Benny Show tries to spin-off a situation comedy with his "Rochester" character. There are plenty of references to his "Generous" boss.
  • Radio Comedy Theater, AFRS, 1946. Dick Foran and Ann Rutherford star in the comedy, "No Time for Divorce".
  • The Ralph Slater Show, October 3, 1945, Mutual. "Hypnotism Can Be Fun!" Claiming to be "the World's Fastest Hypnotist", Slater helps a Coast Guardsman become a great lover.
  • Ramona and Her Might Miniature Minstrels, January 1945. "The Smallest Minstrel Cast Ever Assembled", the show features Ramona and her Baby Grand along with an all-girl trio and "Don Fredrickson and his Joke Book".
  • Fred AllenRexall Hollywood Review and Rexall's Parade of Stars, Fall 1944, Columbia Transcription for Rexall. Robert Benchley, Cass Daley, Charles Butterworth, and Harlow Wilcox share joes and quips while pitching Rexall's "One Cent Sale".
  • The Salad Bowl Revue, October 20, 1933, NBC net. Fred Allen's second foray into radio was sponsored by Hellman's Mayonnaise and surprised everyone when it was so popular that it remained on the air long after salad season. With less lettuce in stores, Hellman's eventually pulled the plug and Fred and Portland moved on to The Sal Hepatica Revue.
  • Sam Pilgrim's Progress, ABC 1949 Audition. Times and tribulations of New York cabbie Sam Pilgrim created and played by Mac Benoff.
  • The Slapsie Maxie Show, September 8, 1948, NBC. Light-heavyweight Max Rosenbloom takes a stab at comedy. He gets the chance to be a judge for the Mrs. America pageant, but he gets kayoed before the contest begins.
  • Snow Village Sketches, 1946, Mutual Network. Stories of the lives of cantankerous New England farmers and other country folk around a small New Hampshire town. The stories were based on scriptwriter William Ford Manley's experiences growing up in Snowville, New Hampshire. The show was popular enough that the town changed its name temporarily.
  • Something to Think About, Syndicated for Anderson Lumber Stores. Five-minutes of interesting and thought-provoking stories.
  • Star Performance, April 11, 1944, KFI Los Angeles, sponsored by Bullocks Jewelers. "Charm Incorporated." Howard Culver stars as a likable mug who gives up betting on the horses and buys a charm school to go legitimate. He also becomes a student.
  • Stark Rock, Manly Detective at Large, The Gotham Radio Players present a fun send-up of a Golden Age hard-boiled detective.
  • Sweet Adeline, April 30, 1949, audition program. Life and romance for a brother and sister who live together. Gale Gordon, Una Merkel, and Lillian Randolph star.
  • Swifty McGinnis, Southpaw Supreme, November 13, 1939, Audition Program. A light-hearted serial about a young baseball pitcher on his way to the majors
  • That Brewster Boy, December 1941. The Brewster's are a pretty average family, but Joey Brewster seems to be a little more than average. Joey thinks his problems are over because he had found his niche as a natural born salesman.
  • That's My Pop, July 29, 1945, CBS. A fun Husband vs Mother-in-law situation comedy. Based on Milt Gross's comic strip, Pop has been "more or less" out of work but refuses to let failure go to his head. His motto is "Never put off today what you can put off tomorrow".
  • That's Our Boy, August 26, 1950, audition program, created by Carlton E. Morse. Tommy Smith is a "Twentieth Century Tom Sawyer", who lives in a small town full of interesting characters.
  • That's Rich, CBS, sustained, the mid-50s. Richard E. Wilt came to find his fortune in the Hollywood entertainment industry. Success is elusive, but fun and adventure follow Rich everywhere.
  • Don Wilson, Mirth ParadeThe Mirth Parade, 1933, Bruce Eells and Associates Syndication. Before becoming a household name while working for Jack Benny, Don Wilson was a sportscaster who covered the opening of the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics. He went to work for the Don Lee Network but was fired for buying a Packard (Lee bought the L.A. Cadillac franchise from Harley Earle). He also stood as the "drum major" for The Mirth Parade variety program.
  • The Quaker Party, October 1939, NBC net. Quaker Oats takes great pride in presenting Tommy Riggs and his "imaginary friend" Betty Lou Barry. Riggs and his Betty Lou character are coming off an unprecedented 48-week run on The Rudy Vallee Show.
  • The Raymond Paige Show, September 1948, CBS net. An original "musicomedy" about a Hollywood publicity girl.
  • The Show Goes On, 1950, CBS/AFRTS. Robert Q. Lewis hosts a comedy-variety program showcasing new talent. The program ran on TV then on the radio the next day.
  • The Little Things in Life, December 25, 1975, WOR New York. The Baxter's are expecting the whole family over to unwrap Christmas presents, but first Dad has to get the dollhouse assembled.
  • To Have and To Hold, December 25, 1975, produced by The Radio Playhouse for the Serial Network. A look at traditional vows, new morality, and being caught between them. A doctor and his wife reminiscing on Christmas morning.
  • Tom Breneman's Laugh Parade, August 8, 1945, Audition program. Stories and jokes from the Hollywood U.S.O.
  • Tom, Dick and Harry, Teleways Syndication. The novelty trio presents fun some and lots of puns and jokes while pitching for a new sponsor.
  • The Tony Martin Show/Texaco Star Theatre, April 20, 1947, CBS. Tony welcomes his carrot-topped guest, Red Skelton.
  • The Village Store, July 26, 1945, AFRS. Host Jack Haley welcomes guests Lloyd Nolan and Jean Carroll to this fun comedy-variety program.

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    Volume 1 - 64 shows - total playtime 23 hours 1 minutes
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    1. Arbogast Show 511101.mp3
    2. Arbogast Show 511102 Zany Disc Jockey Program.mp3
    3. Arbogast Show 511112 Harvest Moon Vocal Semi Finals.mp3
    4. Ask Dr Science Is Computer Science Real Science.mp3
    5. ATC Husband Calling 790931.mp3
    6. Audrey Hepburn Roasts Gary Cooper Friars Club Roast 1961.mp3
    7. Ben Alexander Show 470210 0000 Let Punishment Fit Crime.mp3
    8. Bill Goodwin Show 570318 Animal Trainer Ralph Helfer.mp3
    9. Bob Crane Show 571113.mp3
    10. Bob Smith Show 470825 Donald Duck.mp3
    11. Bringing Up Father 410701 First Show.mp3
    12. Cass Daley Show 1950 Guest Basil Rathbone.mp3
    13. Circus Night In Silvertown 350524 Masked Marvel.mp3
    14. Clifflolly The Nuts Of Harmony 1930 07 13.mp3
    15. Comedy Capers 1934 Sleepytime Gal Bedtime Stories.mp3
    16. Comedy Caravan 44xxxx Jimmy Durante Gary Moore.mp3
    17. Coronet Cigarette Program 500312 Audition.mp3
    18. Count Your Blessings 500515 Audition Show.mp3
    19. Cuckoo Program 370214 Income Taxes.mp3
    20. Daddy And Rollo 420111.mp3
    21. Dave Garroway Show 501117 Afrs 140 Frida.mp3
    22. Dave Garroway Show 510105 Afrs 139 Thursday.mp3
    23. Dawgs 380913 Aud Stuart Erwin.mp3
    24. Durante Moore Radio Show 1945 Afrs Comedy Caravan 98.mp3
    25. Eggs At Eight 510900 Dragnet Parody.mp3
    26. Flywheel, Shyster And Flywheel 320000 Groucho.mp3
    27. Forever Ernestwith Jackie Cougan.mp3
    28. Freshup Show 450620 Ep020 Smythe Thickett Coming Sunnyvale.mp3
    29. Funny Side Up Check For Water Bill.mp3
    30. Funny Side Up Lottery Ticket Eaten.mp3
    31. Ganda 090 Doctors Gleason And Armstrong Catch Mumps.mp3
    32. George Ohanlon Show 481100 Birthday Watch.mp3
    33. Gleason And Armstrong 021.mp3
    34. Gleason And Armstrong 033.mp3
    35. Gleason And Armstrong 103.mp3
    36. Great Caesars Ghost 460308 Audition.mp3
    37. Great Crepitation Contest Of 1946.mp3
    38. Grouch Club 390723 Building Grouch Club Summer Camp.mp3
    39. Grouch Club 400221 Back On Air For Columbia.mp3
    40. Guys Next Door 470725 Audition.mp3
    41. Happy Gang 1939.mp3
    42. Hello World Wk Old Man Henderson Hello World 403810.mp3
    43. Hellow World Song Dont You Go Way Blind Andy Hello World.mp3
    44. Hildegarde’s Raleigh Room 301 451113.mp3
    45. Hogans Daughter.mp3
    46. Hollywood Calling 490703 Host Dick Powell.mp3
    47. Housewives Incorporated 40000x Hummus Chicken.mp3
    48. In Old New York 440222guestjimmystarr.mp3
    49. Jack Oakie College 370000 J Garland Joe Penner Mb Half Show.mp3
    50. Jazz Jesters 410902.mp3
    51. Joe And Mabeljoe Writes Poem 410302.mp3
    52. Joe E Brown Show 390325.mp3
    53. Joe E Brown Show 390921 Costars Paul Winslow.mp3
    54. Junes My Girl 481004 Starring Diana Lynn.mp3
    55. Junior Miss Rainy Day.mp3
    56. Kid On Corner 480410 Audition.mp3
    57. Laff Parade 1934 No Other One, By Rhythmettes. Clarence Muse.mp3
    58. Laff Parade 1934 You Hit Spot Ambassadores. Harrison Elmo.mp3
    59. Laff Parade 340000 0029 Solitude Martha Raye.mp3
    60. Laff Parade 340000 0030 Hate Talk Abt Myself 3 Ambasadors.mp3
    61. Lee Giroux Show 470124 Jacksons Stories For T.mp3
    62. Leo And Blond 470613 Leo Finds Hest.mp3
    63. Leo And Blond Going To Hesters Com.mp3
    64. Let Yourself Go 450606 Al Jolson.mp3
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    1. Let Yourself Go 500606 Milton Berle Al Jolson.mp3
    2. Lets Have Fun 351022 Cleopatra.mp3
    3. Love Thy Neighbor 401217.mp3
    4. Love Thy Neighbor Premiere 19401217 Paramount Theater Br.mp3
    5. Luck Of The Irish 460225 Hair Again Harrigan.mp3
    6. Lucky Strike Hour 330131 Chimes At Gec.mp3
    7. Lucky Strike Hour 330131 Edit.mp3
    8. MAd MAsters 460319 Dreams He Is Champ.mp3
    9. Manhatten Playhouse 1948 The Perfect Secretary onlyexisting.mp3
    10. Me Janie 491020 only show.mp3
    11. Meet Me At Parky's 450624 Parky Gets Engaged.mp3
    12. Meet Me In St Louis 500917 The Suffragettes.mp3
    13. Meet Mililie Xxxxxx (xx) Momma's Home Cooked Meal (afrs).mp3
    14. Meet Millie 520323 Aunt Ethel Visits.mp3
    15. Meet Millie 531022 Painting The Town Red.mp3
    16. Meet Millie Xxxxxx (xx) Millie And Momma Have To Take In.mp3
    17. Meet Mr Mcnutley 540422 32 The New Desk.mp3
    18. Meet The Menjous 002.mp3
    19. Meet The Menjous 009.mp3
    20. Meet The Menjous 091 Parties And Slang.mp3
    21. Meet The Menjous 092 Luck.mp3
    22. Meet The Menjous 179 Lies And Personality.mp3
    23. Meet The Menjous 180 Choosing Pictures.mp3
    24. Meet The Ruggles 571218 01 The Drivers Test.mp3
    25. Meet The Ruggles 571219 02 A Strict Schedule3.mp3
    26. Mgm Musical Comedy Theater 520220 08 Yolanda Thief.mp3
    27. Mighty Casey 470628 The Pottsdown Panthers.mp3
    28. Mirth And Madness 360712 Here In Hollywood.mp3
    29. Mirth And Madness 360712 Well See It Through.mp3
    30. Mirth Melody 481202 Minstrel Show, New Orleans.mp3
    31. Moon Mullins 470131 Moon's Shoes.mp3
    32. Moon Mullins Aud Suit Of Armor.mp3
    33. Navy Hoedown Two Dollars In Jukebox 6448.mp3
    34. Nebbs 451007 World Series Game.mp3
    35. Nebbs 451014 The Library Book Drive.mp3
    36. Nebbs 451022 Fannie And George Switch Jobs.mp3
    37. Nebbs 451029 Halloween Surprise.mp3
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    44. Pepsodent Show 441114 Afrs 081 Guest Bob Hope.mp3
    45. Philco Radio Time 481103 Bergen And Mccarthy Aircheck.mp3
    46. Private Life Of Rochester Van Jones 500512 Show 1.mp3
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    48. Radio Comedy Theater 460000 No Room For Divorce.mp3
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    51. Ramona And Her Mighty Miniature Minstrels 450121 001 .mp3
    52. Rexall Hollywood Revue 441102 03 Benchley Realty Company.mp3
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    55. Rochester Show 500218 Willie Johnsons Big Deal.mp3
    56. Rochester Show 500219 Clooney Watson, Starlet.mp3
    57. Salad Bowl Revue 331006 Insp Allen Solves Spinach Robberies.mp3
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    4. Something Think About 0229 Honor Student College Live Longer.mp3
    5. Something Think About 0230 Bite Man More Dangerous Than Dog.mp3
    6. Something Think About 0231 Quotes 14yo George Washington.mp3
    7. Something Think About 0232 Dumb Policemen.mp3
    8. Something Think About 0233 Origin Of Yankee Doodle Melody.mp3
    9. Something Think About 0234 Wicked Bible.mp3
    10. Star Performance 440411 (xx) Charm Inc.mp3
    11. Stark Rock, Det Case Of The Thanksgiving Slasher, The.mp3
    12. Sweet Adeline 490430 Audition Adeline Protects Brother Cla.mp3
    13. Swifty Mcginnis Southpaw Supreme 391113 Epaud.mp3
    14. That Brewster Boy 411200 Joey Runs Away From Home.mp3
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    17. That's Rich 5xxxxx Rich Auditions For A Nightclub.mp3
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    29. The Quaker Party 391001 First Show In Series.mp3
    30. The Raymond Paige Show 470617 No Respect For A Lady.mp3
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    32. The Show Goes On 500606 26 Robert Q Lewis.mp3
    33. The Will Hay Pr Will Hay.mp3
    34. Tltil 751225 104 Christmas Day At Baxters.mp3
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    1. Arbogast Show 511101.mp3
    2. Arbogast Show 511102 Zany Disc Jockey Program.mp3
    3. Arbogast Show 511112 Harvest Moon Vocal Semi Finals.mp3
    4. Ask Dr Science Is Computer Science Real Science.mp3
    5. ATC Husband Calling 790931.mp3
    6. Audrey Hepburn Roasts Gary Cooper Friars Club Roast 1961.mp3
    7. Ben Alexander Show 470210 0000 Let Punishment Fit Crime.mp3
    8. Bill Goodwin Show 570318 Animal Trainer Ralph Helfer.mp3
    9. Bob Crane Show 571113.mp3
    10. Bob Smith Show 470825 Donald Duck.mp3
    11. Bringing Up Father 410701 First Show.mp3
    12. Cass Daley Show 1950 Guest Basil Rathbone.mp3
    13. Circus Night In Silvertown 350524 Masked Marvel.mp3
    14. Clifflolly The Nuts Of Harmony 1930 07 13.mp3
    15. Comedy Capers 1934 Sleepytime Gal Bedtime Stories.mp3
    16. Comedy Caravan 44xxxx Jimmy Durante Gary Moore.mp3
    17. Coronet Cigarette Program 500312 Audition.mp3
    18. Count Your Blessings 500515 Audition Show.mp3
    19. Cuckoo Program 370214 Income Taxes.mp3
    20. Daddy And Rollo 420111.mp3
    21. Dave Garroway Show 501117 Afrs 140 Frida.mp3
    22. Dave Garroway Show 510105 Afrs 139 Thursday.mp3
    23. Dawgs 380913 Aud Stuart Erwin.mp3
    24. Durante Moore Radio Show 1945 Afrs Comedy Caravan 98.mp3
    25. Eggs At Eight 510900 Dragnet Parody.mp3
    26. Flywheel, Shyster And Flywheel 320000 Groucho.mp3
    27. Forever Ernestwith Jackie Cougan.mp3
    28. Freshup Show 450620 Ep020 Smythe Thickett Coming Sunnyvale.mp3
    29. Funny Side Up Check For Water Bill.mp3
    30. Funny Side Up Lottery Ticket Eaten.mp3
    31. Ganda 090 Doctors Gleason And Armstrong Catch Mumps.mp3
    32. George Ohanlon Show 481100 Birthday Watch.mp3
    33. Gleason And Armstrong 021.mp3
    34. Gleason And Armstrong 033.mp3
    35. Gleason And Armstrong 103.mp3
    36. Great Caesars Ghost 460308 Audition.mp3
    37. Great Crepitation Contest Of 1946.mp3
    38. Grouch Club 390723 Building Grouch Club Summer Camp.mp3
    39. Grouch Club 400221 Back On Air For Columbia.mp3
    40. Guys Next Door 470725 Audition.mp3
    41. Happy Gang 1939.mp3
    42. Hello World Wk Old Man Henderson Hello World 403810.mp3
    43. Hellow World Song Dont You Go Way Blind Andy Hello World.mp3
    44. Hildegarde’s Raleigh Room 301 451113.mp3
    45. Hogans Daughter.mp3
    46. Hollywood Calling 490703 Host Dick Powell.mp3
    47. Housewives Incorporated 40000x Hummus Chicken.mp3
    48. In Old New York 440222guestjimmystarr.mp3
    49. Jack Oakie College 370000 J Garland Joe Penner Mb Half Show.mp3
    50. Jazz Jesters 410902.mp3
    51. Joe And Mabeljoe Writes Poem 410302.mp3
    52. Joe E Brown Show 390325.mp3
    53. Joe E Brown Show 390921 Costars Paul Winslow.mp3
    54. Junes My Girl 481004 Starring Diana Lynn.mp3
    55. Junior Miss Rainy Day.mp3
    56. Kid On Corner 480410 Audition.mp3
    57. Laff Parade 1934 No Other One, By Rhythmettes. Clarence Muse.mp3
    58. Laff Parade 1934 You Hit Spot Ambassadores. Harrison Elmo.mp3
    59. Laff Parade 340000 0029 Solitude Martha Raye.mp3
    60. Laff Parade 340000 0030 Hate Talk Abt Myself 3 Ambasadors.mp3
    61. Lee Giroux Show 470124 Jacksons Stories For T.mp3
    62. Leo And Blond 470613 Leo Finds Hest.mp3
    63. Leo And Blond Going To Hesters Com.mp3
    64. Let Yourself Go 450606 Al Jolson.mp3
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    2. Lets Have Fun 351022 Cleopatra.mp3
    3. Love Thy Neighbor 401217.mp3
    4. Love Thy Neighbor Premiere 19401217 Paramount Theater Br.mp3
    5. Luck Of The Irish 460225 Hair Again Harrigan.mp3
    6. Lucky Strike Hour 330131 Chimes At Gec.mp3
    7. Lucky Strike Hour 330131 Edit.mp3
    8. MAd MAsters 460319 Dreams He Is Champ.mp3
    9. Manhatten Playhouse 1948 The Perfect Secretary onlyexisting.mp3
    10. Me Janie 491020 only show.mp3
    11. Meet Me At Parky's 450624 Parky Gets Engaged.mp3
    12. Meet Me In St Louis 500917 The Suffragettes.mp3
    13. Meet Mililie Xxxxxx (xx) Momma's Home Cooked Meal (afrs).mp3
    14. Meet Millie 520323 Aunt Ethel Visits.mp3
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    22. Meet The Menjous 179 Lies And Personality.mp3
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    24. Meet The Ruggles 571218 01 The Drivers Test.mp3
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    26. Mgm Musical Comedy Theater 520220 08 Yolanda Thief.mp3
    27. Mighty Casey 470628 The Pottsdown Panthers.mp3
    28. Mirth And Madness 360712 Here In Hollywood.mp3
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    30. Mirth Melody 481202 Minstrel Show, New Orleans.mp3
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    35. Nebbs 451014 The Library Book Drive.mp3
    36. Nebbs 451022 Fannie And George Switch Jobs.mp3
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    38. New Swan Show Hope And Crosby.mp3
    39. New York Closeup 541124 00x Fred Allen.mp3
    40. Old Gold Show 441022 Jackie Gleason.mp3
    41. Once Upon Time 380000 07 Hansel And Gretel .mp3
    42. Once Upon Time 380000 20 Little Red Hen .mp3
    43. Penny Singleton Show 500530 01 Lizard.mp3
    44. Pepsodent Show 441114 Afrs 081 Guest Bob Hope.mp3
    45. Philco Radio Time 481103 Bergen And Mccarthy Aircheck.mp3
    46. Private Life Of Rochester Van Jones 500512 Show 1.mp3
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    51. Ramona And Her Mighty Miniature Minstrels 450121 001 .mp3
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    55. Rochester Show 500218 Willie Johnsons Big Deal.mp3
    56. Rochester Show 500219 Clooney Watson, Starlet.mp3
    57. Salad Bowl Revue 331006 Insp Allen Solves Spinach Robberies.mp3
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    3. Snow Village Sketches Keeping Grandsir Busy.mp3
    4. Something Think About 0229 Honor Student College Live Longer.mp3
    5. Something Think About 0230 Bite Man More Dangerous Than Dog.mp3
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    7. Something Think About 0232 Dumb Policemen.mp3
    8. Something Think About 0233 Origin Of Yankee Doodle Melody.mp3
    9. Something Think About 0234 Wicked Bible.mp3
    10. Star Performance 440411 (xx) Charm Inc.mp3
    11. Stark Rock, Det Case Of The Thanksgiving Slasher, The.mp3
    12. Sweet Adeline 490430 Audition Adeline Protects Brother Cla.mp3
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    14. That Brewster Boy 411200 Joey Runs Away From Home.mp3
    15. That Brewster Boy 421200 Natural Born Salesman.mp3
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    17. That's Rich 5xxxxx Rich Auditions For A Nightclub.mp3
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    19. That's Rich 5xxxxx Rich Gets His Fortune Told.mp3
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    24. Thats Rich 531121.mp3
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    28. The Mirth Parade 33mmdd W Don Wilson.mp3
    29. The Quaker Party 391001 First Show In Series.mp3
    30. The Raymond Paige Show 470617 No Respect For A Lady.mp3
    31. The Raymond Paige Show 480917 Watchdog.mp3
    32. The Show Goes On 500606 26 Robert Q Lewis.mp3
    33. The Will Hay Pr Will Hay.mp3
    34. Tltil 751225 104 Christmas Day At Baxters.mp3
    35. To Have To Hold 751225 Jennifers Brain Damage Is Improving.mp3
    36. To Rear March 400000 032 Excerpts Fred Allen Jack Benny.mp3
    37. To Rear March Afrs 2 Ssc Sp773 And 4 No Labels.mp3
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    39. Tom Brenemans Laugh Parade 450808 Joke About Horse.mp3
    40. Tom Dick And Harry Audition # 7 From Disc.mp3
    41. Tony Martin 470420 With Red Skelton.mp3
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