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January 24, 2015 02:12 AM PST

OTRNOW OLD TIME RADIO PODCAST 2011-04

2 1/2 hours of classic old time radio.

THE BIG STORY -.The Big Story was a radio and television crime show which dramatized the true stories of real-life newspaper reporters. The only continuing character was the narrator, Bob Sloane. Tonights Show is :Lottery Boss" from July 21, 1947.


FRONTIER GENTLEMEN - John Dehner is Jeremy Brian Kendall in THE FRONTIER GENTLEMAN Audition show from January 30,1958.

BEHIND THE MIKE - Behind the Mike was a radio program about radio. In this episode from October 27, 1940 we learn all about playing "the stooge" in comedy.


NIGHTBEAT - Frank Lovejoy is "Lucky" Stone a reporter who covers the nightbeat for the Chicago Star. This episode of NIGHTBEAT is the audition show from January 13, 1950.

ESCAPE!- Tonight's episode is the one of the programs people ask to hear again and again. Get out the rat traps and turn out your lights for Vincent Price in "Three Skeleton Key" from March 17, 1950 on ESCAPE!

January 18, 2015 01:52 AM PST

OTRNOW OLD TIME RADIO PODCAST 2011-03

2 1/2 hours of classic old time radio.

SEALTEST VILLAGE THEATER - July 03, 1947 With Caesar Romero

FRONTIER FIGHTERS - 1935, the story of the ill-fated wagon train that was trapped in the snows of the mountains while heading West. "The Donner Party"

BATMAN MYSTERY CLUB - 1950, "The Monster Of Dumphrey Hall"

GALLANT AMERICAN WOMEN - With dramatizations of how American women achieved equality under the law. GALLANT AMERICAN WOMEN was produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. This program was originally broadcast on October 31, 1939.

THE AMAZING MR. MALONE - August 28, 1948 "Cleanliness Is Next To Godliness" Frank Lovejoy stars as a criminal lawyer living in Chicago.

THE WHISTLER September 01, 1948 "Payment in Full"

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January 11, 2015 05:58 PM PST

OTRNOW OLD TIME RADIO PODCAST 2011-02

2 1/2 hours of classic old time radio.

The Quiz Kids. April 16, 1941. NBC net. Sponsored by: Alka-Seltzer. The first question is, "Would you drink "Aqua Fountus?" Four of The Quiz Kids had appeared on the The Jack Benny Show on April 6, 1941 (see cat. #34963) and on April 13, 1941 (see cat. #34951). Joe Kelly (host), Jack Benny (guest Quiz Kid), Ken Carpenter (announcer), Gerard Darrow, Mary Kelly

The Private Files Of Rex Saunders. June 6, 1951. NBC net. "The Plan In The Killer's Mind". Sponsored by: RCA Victor. The system cue has been deleted. Rex Harrison, Edward Adamson (writer), Himan Brown (director), Kenneth Banghart (announcer), Leon Janney, Barbara Weeks.

Front and Center. July 13, 1947. NBC net. Sponsored by: Army recruiting. Dorothy's first tune is "Feudin', Fightin' and Fussin'." Jack Carson tries to make a date with Dorothy. Dick Powell and Dorothy appear in a comic romance about newlyweds. This is a network, sponsored version of cat. #38891. Dorothy Lamour (hostess), Henry Russell and His Orchestra, The Crew Chiefs, Jack Carson, Dick Powell, Hal Gibney (announcer), Glenhall Taylor (director).

Bunco Squad. April 20, 1950. CBS net. "The Case Of The Bookworm". Sustaining. A con-artist in St. Louis poses as a scientist. He plans to swindle his mark out of $15,000 by "publishing" his book. The date is approximate. Frank Trumbull (host), Ralph Rose (producer, director), Del Castillo (composer, conductor), Merrick Goldman (writer), Troy Leonard (writer), Joe Walters (announcer).

Creeps By Night. July 11, 1944. Blue Network. "Sis Who Did Not Die". Sustaining. AFRS version under the title "Mystery Playhouse". Hosted by Peter Lorre.

January 08, 2015 01:44 AM PST

OTRNOW OLD TIME RADIO PODCAST 2011-01

2 1/2 hours of classic old time radio.

Calling All Cars. March 28, 1934. Program #18. CBS Pacific net (Don Lee net). "The Spinoza Case". Sponsored by: Rio Grande Oil. A pyromaniac has set a fire that has done $147,000 worth of damage. The story is introduced by Chief James Davis of the Los Angeles police department.

The Spotlight Revue. December 3, 1948. CBS net. Commercials deleted. The first tune is, "On Notre Dame." The band also plays, "It's Magic." Guest Frank Sinatra sings, "Once In Love With Amy" and, "Prisoner Of Love" (with embellishments by Spike). Spike Jones and The City Slickers, George Rock, Doodles Weaver, Dorothy Shay, Freddie Morgan, Dick Morgan, Frank Sinatra, Dick Joy (announcer).

The Anacin Hollywood Star Theatre. December 18, 1948. NBC net. "Fogbound". Sponsored by: Anacin, BiSoDol Mints. A romance set in San Francisco. A beautiful and wealthy girl from Nob Hill falls for a bitter piano player in a bar. Helena Carter admits that this is her first time before a microphone and before an audience. Helena Carter, Jack Webb, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (host), Donald Woods, Martha Wilkerson (writer), Stacy Harris, Ken Peters (announcer).

The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe. June 17, 1947. NBC net. "The Red Wind". Sponsored by: Pepsodent. The first show of the series, as a summer replacement for Bob Hope. The same story was re-done a year later with a different cast (see cat. #8612). Forty-one matched pearls with a diamond propeller clasp...a good reason for murder! The show is referred to as "The Pepsodent Show." Van Heflin, Lyn Murray (composer, conductor), Raymond Chandler (creator, writer), Milton Geiger (adaptor), Lurene Tuttle, Wendell Niles (announcer), William Conrad, James Fonda (producer, director), William Johnstone, Harry Bartell.

Macabre. December 11, 1961. Program #5. AFRTS-FEN origination. "The Midnight Horseman". A good screamer. A painting of a black knight...with occult powers! The announcer mentions that it's Halloween, indicating a possible rebroadcast at a later date. Al Lepage (announcer).

January 03, 2015 09:38 PM PST

OTRNow 2 hour Podcast PC 2014-009b
2 hours of Old Time Radio for your enjoyment!

Life Of Riley 1944-03-26 Riley Buys A Barber Chair

La Rosa Theater Of Stars 1949-10-14 Lochinvar Planes

Jack Pearl 1937-01-18 Enroute To Atlantic City

Mr District Attorney 1945-02-14 Stolen Slot Machines

December 29, 2014 12:04 PM PST

The OTRNow Radio Program PC_2013-SP007 New Years

The Chase And Sanborn Show 1944-12-31 Bergen McCarthy New Years Party Play

Gunsmoke 1956-01-01 Puckett's New Year

Father Knows Best 1953-12-31 New Year's Sitter

Ginny Simms 1945-12-28 With Frank Sinatra

Whistler 1946-12-23 Next Year Is Mine with Frank Lovejoy

Suspense 1958-12-28 Thirty Second Of December with Frank Lovejoy

December 27, 2014 01:05 PM PST

Adventures By Morse - City Of The Dead Part 1

Adventures by Morse was a 52-episode syndicated adventure series produced, written and directed by Carlton E. Morse shortly after NBC canceled his I Love a Mystery series.

Captain Bart Friday was a globe-trotting San Francisco-based private investigator, portrayed during the series by Elliott Lewis, David Ellis and Russell Thorson. Friday's sidekick from Texas, Skip Turner, was played mostly by Jack Edwards and occasionally by Barton Yarborough. The tales covered such areas as espionage, kidnapping and murder, along with secret Nazi bases, snake worshipers and voodoo.

Episodes

01 The City of the Dead (1 of 10)
02 The City of the Dead (2 of 10) "I've Dug Up Something Ghastly"
03 The City of the Dead (3 of 10) "The Body that Walked Off"
04 The City of the Dead (4 of 10) "Old Clawfoot Again"
05 The City of the Dead (5 of 10) "The Skeleton Walks In"

December 27, 2014 01:03 PM PST

Adventures By Morse - City Of The Dead Part 2

Adventures by Morse was a 52-episode syndicated adventure series produced, written and directed by Carlton E. Morse shortly after NBC canceled his I Love a Mystery series.

Captain Bart Friday was a globe-trotting San Francisco-based private investigator, portrayed during the series by Elliott Lewis, David Ellis and Russell Thorson. Friday's sidekick from Texas, Skip Turner, was played mostly by Jack Edwards and occasionally by Barton Yarborough. The tales covered such areas as espionage, kidnapping and murder, along with secret Nazi bases, snake worshipers and voodoo.

Episodes

06 The City of the Dead (6 of 10) "The Ghoul in the Grave"
07 The City of the Dead (7 of 10) "Captain Friday Vanishes"
08 The City of the Dead (8 of 10) "The Kidnapping of Clawfoot"
09 The City of the Dead (9 of 10) "The Trail of the Phantom Church Bell"
10 The City of the Dead (10 of 10) "Where the Pearls Were Hidden"

December 21, 2014 10:08 PM PST

The Burns and Allen Show. December 23, 1936. CBS net, KHJ, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Campbell's Soup, Schaeffer Pen (local). The cast does Gracie's version "A Christmas Carol." Gracie sings, "I Love You From Coast To Coast." The program is also known as, "The Campbell's Tomato Juice Program." George Burns, Gracie Allen, Ken Niles (announcer), Henry King and His Orchestra, Tony Martin.

The Greatest Story Ever Told. December 21, 1947. ABC net. "No Room At The Inn". A very well-done story of the Nativity. The fourth of a series of five Christmas dramas. The script was subsequently used on the program on December 23, 1951, December 21, 1952, December 20, 1953, December 19, 1954, December 25, 1955, December 30, 1956. This recording might be from one of these dates. Norman Rose (narrator).

Gunsmoke. December 23, 1956. CBS net. "Beeker's Barn". Sponsored by: L & M, Chesterfield. A young couple take shelter in her estranged father's barn, just before she has a baby! The script was used again on the series on December 20, 1959 (see cat. #44630). The system cue is added live. William Conrad, Les Crutchfield (writer), Parley Baer, Ralph Moody, Vic Perrin, Virginia Gregg, Georgia Ellis, Howard McNear, Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), John Meston (editorial supervisor), Rex Koury (composer, conductor), Ray Kemper (sound patterns), Tom Hanley (sound patterns), George Fenneman (announcer), George Walsh (announcer).

Life With Luigi. December 20, 1949. CBS net. Sustaining. Luigi plans a special Christmas gift for Pasquale. The envelope with $50 in savings disappears, making the purchase of gift difficult. A moving program, good radio! J. Carrol Naish, Cy Howard (creator, producer), Mac Benoff (writer, director), Lou Derman (writer), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Lud Gluskin (music director), Alan Reed, Mary Shipp, Joe Forte, Ken Peters, Hans Conried, Jody Gilbert.

The Campbell Playhouse. December 24, 1939. CBS net. "A Christmas Carol". Sponsored by: Campbell's Soup. The definitive version of the classic story. Barrymore never was better. Charles Dickens (author), Lionel Barrymore, Orson Welles (producer, introducer), George Coulouris, Bea Benaderet, Ray Collins, Everett Sloane, Frank Readick, Bernard Herrmann (composer, conductor).

December 18, 2014 03:09 PM PST

Yours Truly,Johnny Dollar 1955-12-23 Nick Shurn Matter e05

The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show 1948-12-19 Jack Benny As Santa Claus

The Six Shooter 1953-12-20 Britt Ponset's Christmas Carol

The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe 1950-12-22 The Slaughtered Santas

Richard Diamond,Private Detective 1951-12-21 A Christmas Carol

Dragnet 1953-12-22 The Big Little Jesus

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