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Posted on 10/06/2013 2:30:56 PM PDT by Vision
Friends, it's Sunday night again and time to relax. Warm up the tubes for another 4 hours of classic radio Americana.
*tonight's show will be available at the "Info" link starting tomorrow.
Happy Sunday all.
How is everyone? It’s been sunny and in the 80’s here.
What great lineup tonight. The only weak point is Father Knows Best. Never heard of Luke Salughter of Tombstone...and ending with Whistler from ‘44.
Looks like a decent lineup this evening. A Whistler! But Barton Yarborough died after this Dragnet, although he appears in one more episode.
These brief synopses are used with permission from the RadioGOLDINdex © 2013 J. David Goldin.
7:00 PM EST Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. April 18, 1956. Part 3. CBS net. "The Shepherd Matter". Sustaining. The Big Lie is as true as little green apples. The system cue has been deleted, the program is apparently otherwise complete Bob Bailey, John Dawson (writer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), Roy Rowan (announcer), Amerigo Moreno (music supervisor), Jeanne Bates, Parley Baer, Lawrence Dobkin, Virginia Gregg, Russell Thorson, Herb Ellis, Barney Phillips. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.
7:15 Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. April 19, 1956. Part 4. CBS net. "The Shepherd Matter". Sustaining. A liar is still lying, even though he's dead! The system cue has been deleted, the program is apparently otherwise complete. Bob Bailey, John Dawson (writer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), Roy Rowan (announcer), Amerigo Moreno (music supervisor), Jeanne Bates, Parley Baer, Lawrence Dobkin, Virginia Gregg, Russell Thorson, Herb Ellis, Barney Phillips. 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.
7:30 Dragnet. December 13, 1951. Program #131. NBC net. "The Big Overtime". Sponsored by: Fatima. A banker's twenty-two-year-old daughter, Judith Sullivan, has been kidnapped and held for a $30,000 ransom. The script is similar to cat. #10735. Barton Yarborough's next-to-last appearance on the program, he died shortly after this broadcast. An announcement is made that a preview of "Dragnet" on television is to be seen on "Sound Off Time," next week. Barton Yarborough, George Fenneman (announcer), Hal Gibney (host), Jack Webb, James Moser (writer), Vic Perrin, Walter Schumann (conductor), Whitfield Connor. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
8:00 Gunsmoke. January 8, 1955. CBS net. "Robin Hood". Sponsored by: L & M, Chesterfield. The stage has been robbed by a gentleman, in the manner of Robin Hood. Was it Teddy Blue Fisher? The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on February 4, 1956. William Conrad, Parley Baer, Georgia Ellis, John Meston (writer), Lawrence Dobkin, Harry Bartell, Helen Kleeb, Joe Cranston, Frank Cady, Howard McNear, George Fenneman (commercial spokesman), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Rex Koury (composer, conductor), Ray Kemper (sound patterns), Bill James (sound patterns), George Walsh (announcer). 30:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
8:30 Father Knows Best 04/26/51 Aunt Martha Visits (Maxwell House Coffee) (NBC) (29:23) Synopsis is missing from the RadioGOLDINdex.
9:00 Calling All Cars. May 8, 1939. Program #283. CBS Pacific net (Don Lee net). "The Man Who Ran Away". Sponsored by: Rio Grande Oil. A 1936 Chevrolet ran down two boys on a bicycle in Laguna Beach. The Highway Patrol uses modern detective methods to find the car involved in the hit-and-run and convict the driver. Jesse Rosenquist (dispatcher), Charles Frederick Lindsley (narrator), E. Raymond Cato (host, Chief of the California Highway Patrol). 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
9:30 Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone. March 2, 1958. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Sheriff Taggart's attempts to take a cowboy prisoner is resisted by Luke...and with good reason. See cat. #50358 for a network, quality upgrade version of this broadcast. AFRTS program name: "Sagebrush Theatre." Sam Buffington, Junius Matthews, Vic Perrin, Sam Edwards, Lawrence Dobkin, Jack Moyles, Frank Gerstle, William N. Robson (director), William N. Robson (writer), Tom Hanley (editorial supervisor), Wilbur Hatch (composer, conductor). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.
10:00 Counterspy. January 7, 1951. NBC net. "The Case Of The Kleptomaniac Clues". Sustaining. This program has also been dated December 31, 1950. Don MacLaughlin, Phillips H. Lord (producer), Marx B. Loeb (director), Edward Adamson (writer), Mandel Kramer, Lionel Ricou (announcer). 27:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
10:30 The Whistler. September 3, 1944. CBS Pacific net. "Practically Foolproof". Sponsored by: Signal Oil. An interesting story about two robbers who are running a lending library. Things get weird when they plan to use a dwarf to commit a robbery against his will! George W. Allen (producer, director), Harriet Reig (writer), Wilbur Hatch (composer, conductor), Bill Pennell (announcer), Jane Morgan (?). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
Hey, Vision. Sounds like nice weather there. We didn’t get the tropical storm. It fizzled, but we have had some rain today and yesterday. They had a blizzard in South Dakota and elsewhere.
No, it was never east of us. It was southwest, down in the Gulf. It moved north until it was south of Louisiana, and then it stalled and dissipated.
I’m looking forward to the cool front that’s moving in tonight or so. It’s going to be really nice.
I've been eating pit beef all weekend.
Yes, the week was fine with no news (other than the ongoing destruction of our nation by the communists within, of course).
Your new slicer is DA BOMB! I was amazed at the pictures on your thread you sent with those pork loins. When they were done, and then you sliced them, it looked like “professionally” sliced meat like we buy in a package or deli! MMMMMM!!!! I know the beef looks just the same. I’m sure you love that new kitchen tool. The guys on that thread liked it, too.
Get one. Maybe put it on the Christmas list.
HA! Yes, Keith’s Mom called him up last week and said Antioch wasn’t working. Keith found a fill-in until he could figure out what happened with Antioch: 20th Century Radio—you probably already know that one. It’s pretty good. Keith figured out the Antioch deal and reprogrammed his Mom’s radio with Antioch from here on the Internet, which is a cool deal to be able to do a state away.
It's nice out I'm gonna take the portable wifi and listen outside with a cigar. Be back later...
I stumbled across the 20th century radio. Lots of crime dramas, westerns and The Green Hornet!
You ain’t just whistling Dixie we did and unfortunately the trees were still leafed out. Disaster!
Wait! Where are you, Wita? And, are you talking about the blizzard, or what? The tropical storm did not hit the mainland. The blizzard did do a number on the trees. My editor at American Clarion, Bob Ellis, posted this from his home: http://www.americanclarion.com/24349/2013/10/06/the-2013-fall-blizzard-of-western-south-dakota/
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