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Posted on 03/09/2014 12:50:11 PM PDT by Vision
Friends it's Sunday night again, and time to relax. Warm up the tubes for another four hours of classic radio Americana.
*tonight's show will be available at the "Info" link starting tomorrow.
Happy Sunday all.
How has your weekend been? Father Knows Best is the low point tonight...Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons is fun...and we have a Lux!
Here is a new article on Ed and the Big Broadcast...thanks Viking2002.
A Lifelong Radio Man Wins New Fans With ‘Big Broadcast’
We have a Lux!
These brief synopses are used with permission from the RadioGOLDINdex © 2014 J. David Goldin.
7:00 PM EST Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. June 14, 1956. Part 4. CBS net. "The Laughing Matter". Sustaining. Death tries once again, and death as you know, is blind! System cue deleted. The system cue has been deleted. Bob Bailey, Roy Rowan (announcer), Les Crutchfield (writer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), Virginia Gregg, Lucille Meredith, Don Diamond, John Dehner, Harry Bartell, Amerigo Moreno (musical supervisor), Carl Fortina (musical supervisor), Lawrence Dobkin, Gil Stratton. 14:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.
7:15 Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. June 15, 1956. Part 5. CBS net. "The Laughing Matter". Sustaining. The conclusion of the story. The comedian's reaction to Johnny's conclusion isn't very funny...and there's no encore possible! The system cue has been deleted. Bob Bailey, Roy Rowan (announcer), Les Crutchfield (writer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), Virginia Gregg, Lucille Meredith, Don Diamond, John Dehner, Harry Bartell, Amerigo Moreno (musical supervisor), Carl Fortina (musical supervisor), Lawrence Dobkin, Gil Stratton. 13:2. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.
7:30 Dragnet. May 8, 1952. Program #152. NBC net. "The Big Gamble". Sponsored by: Fatima. A series of floating gambling games leads to the death of a cop during a raid. The boss of the gambling ring seems to be George Delano. The Mystery Writers Of America present the Edgar Allan Poe Award to Dragnet (for the second time) and to writer Jim Moser. Moser accepts the award on the air. Eddie Firestone, George Fenneman (announcer), Hal Gibney (host), Jack Webb, James Moser (writer), Martin Milner, Walter Schumann (conductor), Whitfield Connor. 29:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
8:00 Gunsmoke. May 28, 1955. CBS net. "Cow Doctor". Sponsored by: L & M, Chesterfield. Ben Pitcher, a man who hates doctors, sends for Doc Adams to tend his sick cow. Tragedy follows. The program closing has been deleted. The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on September 8, 1956. See cat. #17333 for a different production of the same script, two years later. Bill James (sound patterns), George Fenneman (commercial spokesman), Georgia Ellis, Howard McNear, John Dehner, John Meston (writer), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Parley Baer, Rex Koury (composer, performer), Sam Edwards, Tom Hanley (sound patterns), Vivi Janis, William Conrad, George Walsh (announcer). 30:0. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
8:30 Father Knows Best 02/22/51 Always Tell the Truth (Maxwell House) (NBC) (29:38). Synopsis is missing from the Index.
9:00 The Line-Up. August 10, 1950. CBS net. Sustaining. A man dies of poisoning right after an appearance in a line-up; the clues lead to a doctor's office. Mary Jane Croft, Paul Frees, William Johnstone, Wally Maher, Eddie Dunstedter (composer, conductor), Jaime del Valle (producer, director). 1/2 hou. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
9:30 Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons. May 25, 1950. CBS net. "The Broken Window Murder Case". Sponsored by: Anacin, Kolynos, Heet, Kriptin, Bisodol, Hills Cold Tabs. A dead rabbit provides Mr. Keen with the final clue to a killer. Frank Hummert (producer), Anne Hummert (writer, producer), Bennett Kilpack. 1/2 hou. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
10:00 The Lux Radio Theatre. April 26, 1937. CBS net. "Magnificent Obsession". Sponsored by: Lux. A melodrama about a man who always wanted to be a doctor, and the blind woman he loves. After the story, Dr. Lloyd Douglas, author of the story, is interviewed from New York. Irene Dunne sings "The Folks Who Live On The Hill" during her curtain call. The story was produced on The Lux Radio Theatre again on November 13, 1944 (see cat. #46068). Irene Dunne, Robert Taylor, Barbara Kent, Cecil B. DeMille, Lloyd C. Douglas (intermission guest: physician, author of this story), Melville Ruick (announcer), Pedro De Cordoba, Sara Haden, John Arnold (intermission interview: head of the camera department for MGM, president of The American Society Of Cinematography), Louis Silvers (music director), George O'Neill (screenwriter), Sarah Y. Mason (screenwriter), Sam Flint, Richard Abbott (doubles), John Lake (triples), Herschel Mayall (doubles), Lou Merrill (triples), Sarah Selby (doubles), Frank Nelson (performer, program opening announcer), Jean Colbert (commercial spokesman), Betty Stewart (commercial spokesman), Frank Woodruff (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 59:3. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
>7:30 Dragnet. May 8, 1952. Program #152. NBC net. “The Big Gamble”. Sponsored by: Fatima. A series of floating gambling games leads to the death of a cop during a raid.
Which is a big reason why gambling should be legal. Cop’s lives should not be on the line to enforce some people’s christian morality on others. But no one thought it ironic or even questionable that someone gets killed trying to stop people from peacefully playing cards or pulling a slot. An example of the big government Right. The cop’s death (had it been real) is resistance to tyranny, not a crime, and was not worth it.
Your opinion has been duly noted.
Dragent shows are real stories, and I don’t appreciate you excusing cop killers and posting bizarre statements on my thread.
Thanks Gina, any new news from the week?
Hey, Vision! No news, which is good news, I guess.
It’s gorgeous today, but I’ve been sleepy all day from staying up too late and the time change. I had to get up early and haven’t been able to shake the “sleepies” all day! Maybe I’ll have a beer/s in a little while. That might help. :-)
How YOU doin’?
I also stayed up too late last night. Nothing major happening other than work drama. Today didn’t seem to get as warm as expected, which stopped me from having an afternoon cigar outside.
But nothing all that new to report.
Sorry for his family. I still blame the stupid law and the tyranny of those who passed it.
Yeah, I think I’m ready for that drink. WAKE UP!!!
I hope it wasn’t a bad hassle at your work. Work can be a big hassle in the most unexpected ways.
Darn, I want a martini...but will not have one.
Thanks. I expect to be able to discuss it in more detail next week.
Of course, it’s only natural to break up a card game with guns drawn! Nothing stupid or tyrannical about that. Who would possibly resist or shoot back when armed thugs burst in on a group of people enjoying themselves? The 2nd Amendment was just for hunters, you know.
No reason at all to think while listening to propaganda.
Why won’t you have a martini? How do you make yours, gin or vodka with a glass swirl of vermouth?
Now you're in for it: Gin only.
If I have my favorite, Plymouth gin I'll chill a glass, pour 4oz into a shaker with ice, stir for a minute or two (do not shake), then pour. Usually no garnish with Plymouth.
Otherwise I like Bombay white label, I'll drop a few drips of vermouth onto the ice in the shaker which will freeze on the ice. I'll try to pour out any extra vermouth not on the ice. Then proceed as above but may add a twist of lime or lemon.
The martini is perfection.
None on a “school night.” I understand.
Too many of them, and you’ll see double. I found that out many, many years ago when I was young and much dumber than I am now.
I see this Dragnet isn’t some “innocent card game” like our liberal troll imagined. To say that gambling is harmless is to deny reality of many ruined lives left in its wake. While there are plenty of people who can “safely” enjoy an innocent card game, there are many who gamble to disastrous levels. Gambling in and of itself is not a good thing for a number of reasons.
Hooo-doggie! I know what you mean!
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