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Ethel Barrymore

Remembering Ethel Barrymore who passed away 62 years ago today (in 1959) at the age of 79. She would be 141 years old if alive today!
10 Episodes
1 Volume
Sister of Lionel and John Barrymore, this collection contains all the her known rare appearances on various old time radio shows.
10 1 20%
Add To Cart: $5.00

John Cheever

Remembering John Cheever who passed away 39 years ago today (in 1982) at the age of 70. He would be 109 years old if alive today!
2 Episodes
1 Volume
One of America's great short stories artists, John Cheever often referred to as "the Chekov of the suburbs."
2 1 20%
Add To Cart: $5.00

Richard Boone

Happy Birthday, Richard Boone! Today would be Richard Boone's 104th Birthday.
3 Episodes
1 Volume
Known as a "heavy" in Hollywood, Richard Boone was one of the nicest guys in Hollywood.
3 1 20%
Add To Cart: $5.00

Adventures of Ellery Queen

82 Years Ago today in Radio History: Adventures of Ellery Queen debuted on the radio today in 1939. The Adventures of Ellery Queen were mystery stories about a mystery writer. This gave the titular character a unique outlook on crime and criminals. A mystery writer is the ultimate in armchair detectives, so the show, which debuted on this day in 1939, employed the gimmick of introducing a panel of armchair sleuths at the beginning of the broadcast. The mystery would unfold as it does on any other crime show, but just before the perpetrator is revealed, the action stops to allow the panel to introduce their solutions to the mystery. Then, Ellery comes back on the air to tell us Whodunit.
19 Episodes
1 Volume
A writer who solve mysteries as well as writing them, Ellery Queen brought forth the puzzles of crime fiction. Ellery Queen was an author who solved mysteries in his spare time and then wrote about his harrowing adventures; his sidekick was his own father, Richard Queen.
19 1 10%
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Kay Kyser (Kollege of Musical Knowledge)

Happy Birthday, Kay Kyser! Today would be Kay Kyser's 116th Birthday.
55 Episodes
2 Volume
The humorous Kollege of Musical Knowledge and 30+ guest appearances by bandleader and old professor himself, Kay Kyser.
55 2 20%
Add To Cart: $10.00

Ozzie and Harriet

67 Years Ago today in Radio History: Ozzie and Harriet aired for the final time on the radio. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet followed the fictional lives of a real-life married couple, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson. In the early seasons of the program, Ozzie refused to let his sons appear on the program, but he changed his mind as the years passed. After a decade on the air, the radio version of the program ended on June 18, 1954.
100 Episodes
2 Volume
The "adventures" of Ozzie & Harriet are based on the daily stuff that happens to all good suburban couples in family sitcoms.
100 2 10%
Add To Cart: $10.00

Phil Harris and Alice Faye

67 Years Ago today in Radio History: Phil Harris and Alice Faye aired for the final time on the radio. Like his boss on The Jack Benny Program, Phil Harris put together a strong ensemble cast and was not afraid to let the other players get the laughs on The Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show. Along with Phil and Alice, there were the Harris Daughters played by Jeanine Roos and Anne Whitfield, Remley the left-handed guitar player played by Elliot Lewis, Walter Tetley as Julius Abruzzio, and Gale Gordon as the Sponsor. The biggest hitch came when Benny moved his show to CBS in 1949 but kept the same timeslot. This meant that Phil had to leave during the first half of Jack's show, walk across the CBS and NBC studio parking lots, and knock on the backdoor of NBC to be in time for his show. The program's last broadcast was on this day in 1954.
251 Episodes
6 Volume
Laughs abound in this old time radio variety show feature jive-talking hipster bandleader, Phil Harris, and his glamorous and talented movie star wife, Alice Faye.
251 6 10%
Add To Cart: $30.00


60 Years Ago today in Radio History: Gunsmoke aired for the final time on the radio. From the time that the audition episode was recorded, everyone from the Network head on down knew that CBS had a major hit with the gritty reality of Gunsmoke. The one problem that the network wanted, as soon as possible, to carry that success to the highly profitable world of Television. Creators Macdonnell and Meston knew that their show was perfect for the Radio and feared that pictures would cheapen the entire concept. The executives won in the end, and with twenty seasons on TV, they were probably right. The radio show provided several stories to TV, and both mediums carried Gunsmoke from 1955 until final radio broadcast on June 18, 1961.
511 Episodes
7 Volume
This series is considered by many to be the greatest classic radio show of all time. William Conrad is Matt Dillon in this classic western old time radio show.
511 7 10%
Add To Cart: $35.00

Donald Trump

288 Episodes
9 Volume
Former business man and television personality, Donald Trump is the 45th US president.
288 9 30%
Add To Cart: $45.00

Bud Coyller

Happy Birthday, Bud Collyer! Today would be Bud Collyer's 113th Birthday.
1393 Episodes
16 Volume
The voice of mild-mannered Clark Kent's easy tenor to Superman's rich baritone, Bud Collyer was a "jack-of-all-trades" on the microphone.
1393 16 20%
Add To Cart: $80.00

EG Marshall

Happy Birthday, EG Marshall! Today would be EG Marshall's 107th Birthday.
799 Episodes
26 Volume
A star of stage and screen, E.G. Marshall made many radio appearances most memorably as the host of CBSRMT.
799 26 20%
Add To Cart: $130.00