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Posted on 02/10/2013 2:26:19 PM PST by Vision
Friends, it's Sunday night again. Warm up the tubes for another 4 hours of classic radio programs...
A nice collection of programs tonight...but laughs are on the way from 8:30pm - 9:30. Love those guys.
Thanks also to J. David Goldin's RadioGOLDINdex for these brief synopses.
We have one Valentine's Day show on Phil Harris and Alice Faye and maybe a little on Jack Benny's birthday show.
7 PM EST Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. January 11, 1956. Part 3. CBS net. "The Todd Matter". Sustaining. The death of Gloria and a visit to ex-husband Bill. The system cue has been deleted. Shirley Mitchell (doubles), Vivi Janis, Lawrence Dobkin (quadruples), Marvin Miller (doubles), John Dawson (writer), Roy Rowan (announcer), Amerigo Moreno (music supervisor), Barbara Fuller, Bob Bailey, Frank Gerstle (doubles), Jack Johnstone (producer, director). 13:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.
7:15 EST Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. January 12, 1956. Part 4. CBS net. "The Todd Matter". Sustaining. Find one killer and you find them all, then you have to start all over again! Johnny's been shot...twice! The system cue has been deleted. Amerigo Moreno (music supervisor), Barbara Fuller, Bob Bailey, Frank Gerstle (doubles), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), John Dawson (writer), Lawrence Dobkin (quadruples), Vivi Janis, Marvin Miller (doubles), Roy Rowan (announcer), Shirley Mitchell (doubles). 14:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.
7:30 PM Dragnet. February 8, 1951. Program #87. NBC net. "The Big Cast". Sponsored by: Fatima. Over a dozen men have disappeared without a trace, and one of them is Paul Davis. Jack Webb, Barton Yarborough. 29:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
8 PM Gunsmoke. May 22, 1954. CBS net. "Monopoly". Sustaining. A "businessman" from St. Louis named Ivy is planning to take over the freight business in Dodge, with a gunfighter to help him do it! The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on October 4, 1958. William Conrad, John Meston (writer), Joseph Kearns, Jack Kruschen, Parley Baer, Herb Ellis, Vic Perrin, Howard McNear, Georgia Ellis, Norman Macdonnell (director), Rex Koury (composer, conductor), George Walsh (announcer), Roy Rowan (announcer). 24:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
8:30 PM The Lucky Strike Program Starring Jack Benny. February 13, 1949. CBS net. Sponsored by: Lucky Strike. Tomorrow is Jack Benny's birthday...he's going to be forty! The Sportsmen sing the commercial to the tune of, "Love In Bloom." Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Mel Blanc, Mary Livingstone, Dennis Day, Phil Harris, The Sportsmen, Sara Berner, Bea Benaderet, Eddie Anderson, Frank Martin (commercial spokesman), L. A. Speed Riggs (tobacco auctioneer), Del Sharbutt (commercial spokesman), George Balzer (writer), Milt Josefsberg (writer), John Tackaberry (writer), Sam Perrin (writer), Mahlon Merrick (music director). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
9 PM The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show. February 13, 1949. NBC net. Sponsored by: Rexall. Alice sings, "Skip To My Lou." Phil sings, "Minnie The Mermaid." It's Valentine's Day, and Alice has been receiving flowers from the mysterious, "Guess Who?" Alice Faye, Anne Whitfield, Bill Forman (announcer), Dick Chevillat (writer), Elliott Lewis, Hal March, Jack Mather, Jeanine Roos, Paul Phillips (producer, director), Phil Harris, Ray Singer (writer), Walter Scharf and His Orchestra, Walter Tetley, Griff Barnett (Rexall druggist). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
9:30 PM Casey, Crime Photographer. April 17, 1947. CBS net. "Box Of Death". Sponsored by: Anchor Hocking Glass. A crook with a lucky penny delivers a woman's husband to her, dead in a box. Staats Cotsworth, John Gibson, Tony Marvin (announcer), Archie Bleyer (music), George Harmon Coxe (creator), Alonzo Deen Cole (writer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
10 PM Nick Carter. February 5, 1944. Mutual net. "The Corpse In The Cab". Sustaining. "Nick Carter and The Mystery Of The Murder In The Park." The announcer misreads his lines during the program opening. Lon Clark, Helen Choate, John Kane, Humphrey Davis, Jock MacGregor (director), Lew White (orgainist), John Gibson, Bart Conrey (writer). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
10:30 PM Gangbusters. September 15, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of Harry 'Red' Bever". Sponsored by: Waterman Pens. The first show of the season, the first show sponsored by Waterman Pens. The first appearance of Lewis J. Valentine as narrator. He had resigned as the police commissioner of New York City the day before. "Red" is an army deserter with a quick trigger finger. Red is caught because of a trick with two women drivers. Gangbusters Nationwide Clues: an $8500 reward is offered for the return of a two year old baby. The kidnapper in Dayton, Ohio, is named Mary Willkie. In Denver: a man is wanted for the murder of Andrew Silvers. There is a bloodstain on his sleeve where he was shot. Phillips H. Lord (producer), Don Gardiner (announcer), Lewis J. Valentine. 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
Hi, Vision. It’s been a little rainy here, too, today. No grilling. The severe weather is north of us, though, tornado warning boxes all over the radar.
We went to one of the local Mardi Gras parades yesterday afternoon and got a mess of beads. Otherwise, not much happening.
What does everyone do with the beads? Never understood that.
HA! Good question. Many people stick the shiny jewel-like beads in boxes or baskets until several years later when they throw them away. Other people recycle them to be used in later parades or given away. Some people like to hang them from their rear-view mirrors. They can be used for various types of decoration and in “arts and crafts.” I have used them to make long and wide rope grids for climbing vines on our porch.
In other words, they’re a fairly useless trinket that people sometimes covet like maniacs and some have been known to kick other people’s butts to get their hands on them during a parade.
But, mostly, everyone has a fun time catching beads and other throws, smiling and laughing, waving and sometimes hollering at the float riders who toss the parade gifts.
All the good one’s are leaving and not being replaced...
True. Somehow, Beyonce and Alicia Keyes just don’t have the same classy potency and pure sound.
That’s because they’re ghetto trash and the andrew sisters produced timeless art.
Jack Benny time...
Yeah, that’s utterly stupid BS. Why would Ed play that dumb kind of edit?
Maybe it’s his source, or maybe it’s WAMU’s policy. Antioch plays the ads which I love.
This is a good one, too. Just scroll down for the player options: