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Old-time radio's greatest shows
Publication Information:
Cedar Knoll, N.J. : RadioSpirits, p2002.
Physical Description:
20 sound discs (20 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (32 p. : ill. ; 12 x 14 cm.)
General Note:
Program notes by Andy Tollin.

"Digitally restored and remastered."

Originally broadcast 1942-1959.

Compact discs.
Andy's picture in detective magazine Mystic knights of the sea Car is buried under concrete Kingfish's tourist service Jack's scrapbook / Don's contract Jack leaves for NY to do a TV show Jack takes a date to an underground restaurant Quiz show George and Jack Benny as gypsies

Big safe Big gamble Big match Big stand Murder masters Phantom killer Thieves in the night Mountain trap Lost special Orient Express Benchillina and the fisherman Blood waters Groom of the ladder Gallardo Waxwork Mad man from Manhattan

Early golden wedding anniversary Fibber the poet Citizen test Picnic at Dugan's Lake Hallucination orbit Defenders Venus is a man's world Merchant of Venus Preacher Dutch George Cows and cribs Annie Oakley
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Amos 'n' Andy (Radio program)

Jack Benny program (Radio program)

Burns and Allen show.

Dragnet (Radio program)

Lone Ranger (Radio program)

Escape (Radio program)

Suspense (Radio program)

Fibber McGee & Molly (Radio program)

X-minus one (Radio program)

Gunsmoke (Radio program)
Each disc contains two episodes from a well-known radio program, originally broadcast in the 1940s and 1950s. Programs include Amos 'n' Andy, The Jack Benny program, The Burns and Allen Show, Dragnet, The Lone Ranger, Escape, Suspense, Fibber McGee & Molly, X-minus one, and Gunsmoke.


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This 20-hour collection is a great introduction to the world of old-time radio. All the biggest names and most memorable programs are here. Whether you're in the mood for a good laugh, a chilling tale, a western adventure or a journey into the unknown, there's something for everyone.