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|PayPal Purchase||Title / Description||Title & Episode
|Price per Set|
|Abbott & Costello||Details||2||108||6.00|
|Amos and Andy||Details||3||301||7.50|
|Bob & Ray||Details||1||116||5.00|
|Burns & Allen||Details||3||255||9.00|
most fantastic crime fighter the world has ever known."
The ultimate collector's package -- Mastered by Dick
Orkin (Chickenman's creator and voice) from the original tapes, with interviews of key
players, behind-the-scenes stories....and an Official Color Photo
|Couple Next Door, The||Details||1||148||5.00|
|Dennis Day Show||Details||1||50||5.00|
|Edgar Bergen / Charlie McCarthy||Details||2||117||6.50|
|Father Knows Best||Details||1||75||5.00|
|Fibber McGee and Molly||Details||7||743||21.00|
|Great Gildersleeve, The||Details||6||510||18.00|
|Halls of Ivy||Details||1||75||5.00|
|Life of Riley
Situation Comedy:with William Bendix. 30 min.
|Life with Luigi
Situation Comedy:with J.Carrol Naish. 30 min.
|Lum and Abner
Dialect Comedy; Country Humor.
There is a National Lum and Abner Society which has preserved approx. 1,500 of these shows.
|Maisie, Adventures of - all available
Situation Comedy. Based on the MGM film series starring Ann Southern. Broadcast: 7/5/1945-3/28/1947. 30 min. Went into transcribed syndication in 1949-1953.
|Mayor of the Town||Details||1||23||5.00|
|Milton Berle Show - Complete
|My Favorite Husband
Starring Lucille Ball
|My Friend Irma
Starring Marie Wilson & Cathy Lewis
|Our Miss Brooks
Situation Comedy. Broadcast 7/19/48-7/7/57. Starring Eve Arden. One of the best sit-coms on radio. Sadly too few of these shows exist and those that do are not in the best shape. Eve Arden also played the part in the 1952-56 TV series which ran concurrently with the radio series. She passed away in 1990. The radio series had no specific show titles and so matching up shows to dates can be frustrating. In 56-57 the show was aired live on both East and West coast and was probably never recorded.
|Ozzie And Harriet
|Phil Harris / Alice Faye
Situation Comedy. Broadcast: 9/29/46-5/23/48 as "The Fitch Bandwagon" 10/3/48-6/18/54 for Rexall until 6/4/50 and RCA from Feb 1951. Began as an extension of "The Jack Benny Program" and regularly featured supporting players from that show. There were always two musical numbers in each broadcast.
In the early 1970s, Dick Orkin created a 2-minute radio serial that told the story of Newton Snookers — aka The Tooth Fairy.
The episodes dramatized Newton’s mishaps as — while proudly wearing his lavender dental smock, sequined high hat and mask — he visited the homes of children (and others) who had lost their teeth.
Following the age-old tradition, The Tooth Fairy would reach under the pillow, retrieve the tooth, and leave in its place a nickel, dime, quarter, bus token, or even an occasional slug.
This is the only legal, authorized collection of Tooth Fairy episodes — painstakingly and lovingly remastered from the original tapes of the Molar Marauder’s creator, Dick Orkin.
One of the funniest series ever on radio is
now available on 11 CD's
|You Bet Your Life||Details||2||220||6.50|
|Vic And Sade
Comedy vignettes. A landmark series. Broadcast 6/29/32-9/19/46. All 15 min. except 1946 shows were reorganized into a 30 min.sit-com. Only about 200 of the thousands of shows produced are in circulation. Many have no opening or closing and many have no air date. Some are poor quality but are worth listening to. These shows were so good, a special tribute to this series was aired in 1972 and is included on this CD. Also included is an interview with Ed Roberts, one of the announcers on the series.