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Uncle Erich Presents™ - The Mysterious Traveler - "They Who Sleep." (1945) Welcome back folks to yet another suspense packed episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ radio series !I do hope you are enjoying these episodes, and I am so happy you tuned in again.Today,  we make another visit to The Mysterious Traveler.Come, ride the train with The Mysterious Traveler, with this week&apos;s dark story titled  &quot;They Who Sleep&quot;  which first aired in 1945. This episode is brought to you by  our friends at CritterCaper.com .At CritterCaper.com,  you can watch hundreds of pet and animal videos that will truly warm your heart !There are great pet care and training videos as well !If you&apos;re an animal lover, CritterCaper.com is just for you.  It&apos;s addicting too ! If you can, you can help Uncle Erich keep this podcast up and running, by becoming a Patreon supporter at the support link below. Thanks a million !Now, enjoy this great episode by The Mysterious Traveler titled  &quot;They Who Sleep.&quot; RESOURCES ON COPYRIGHTS Also, you can visit UncleErich.com as well to listen to all the currently available podcast categories and episodes. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/UncleErichPresents)
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Defining Radio Broadcasts of the 1940s Experience the state of the world through authentic news and theatre illustrating the state of the world in the midst of WWII. This is an audio story of a historical decade. Those living in the 1940s experienced all of the broadcasts in this playlist as the hottest in entertainment and the latest in the news. Engage with historical audio and consider how you may have felt hearing it for the first time in the 40s. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
OG of Podcasting! Orson Welles' Iconic Radio Moments Orson Welles is a legend in a league of his own. An American actor, director, screenwriter, and producer, he is known as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. His first film, "Citizen Kane", consistently ranks as one of the greatest films ever made, which he co-wrote, directed, produced, and starred in. But before all of this, he was a radio giant. In 1938, "The Mercury Theatre on the Air" premiered Welle's radio adaptation of H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds", convincing some American listeners to believe that an alien invasion was occurring in New York City. This rather infamous broadcast shot Welles to international notoriety. Before moving to film, he hosted a number of radio shows, ranging from sketch comedy with huge co-stars to suspenseful adaptations of famous novels. Here are Orson Welle's most iconic radio moments. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
The Best Episodes of Father Knows Best Join Robert Young, the star of Father Knows Best, in a collection of the best episodes from the show. Get to know breadwinner Jim Henderson, stay-at-home wife Margeret Henderson, and their three children, Betty, Bud, and Kathleen. Listen to the time the Hendersons were visited by an unknown dog or the time they had the worst fishing trip in their lives. These stories, and more, can be found here! Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
The Best Episodes of X Minus One X Minus One was a science fiction radio drama that aired on NBC in the 1950's, as an extension of their original series, "Dimension X". The series included 125 episodes based on stories published in Astounding and Galaxy magazines, written by authors like Ray Bradbury and Isaac Asimov, performed by Ernest Kinoy and George Lefferts. Listen here for the best episodes of the mind boggling, intergalactic, old time radio fantasy series, X Minus One. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
The 10 Best Episodes of Rocky Jordan Rocky Jordan is many things, and a man with consistent good luck is not one of them. There's always a woman, there's always a murder, and there's always a chance that Jordan isn't going to make it out alive. Cairo, Egypt can be an unforgiving place, and the Cafe Tambourine -- the restaurant owned by Rocky Jordan -- seems to be the home of the forgotten men of the world looking for trouble and a drink. Some are even looking for Jordan himself. Join Rocky Jordan as he tries to solve daunting mysteries all over Cairo, dodges dames with an appetite for trouble, and tries not to get snuffed out at every step all while running the Cafe Tambourine with Chris, his trusted bartender, and confidant. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
The Top Episodes of The Adventures of Archie Andrews When it comes to Archie Andrews, there's no such thing as a dull day in the town of Riverdale! From trying to win the affections of both Betty and Veronica to spoiling his father's beloved peace and quiet with his best-friend Jughead, Archie just can't keep himself out of trouble. To join the fun, load up this collection of the top episodes of "The Adventures of Archie Andrews" and get ready to giggle alongside your favorite comic characters via old time radio! Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
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The Best Episodes of The Great Gildersleeves Classic radio character Fibber McGee's rival gets his own show in this spinoff! Follow Gildersleeves, his niece Majorie, his nephew Leroy, and their cook Birdie on their misadventures in his own long-running sitcom, which ran for over fifteen years. Vurbl compiles the best of them in this playlist.
Listen to Orson Welles Commentaries: 07/28/46 | Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio | Audio Welles used his radio series, Orson Welles Commentaries on ABC, as a political vehicle, continuing his themes from his New York Post column, Orson Welles Today. While he was criticized for lacking a clear focus, the NAACP brought the case of Isaac Woodard to his attention, and on July 28th,1946 he broadcasted this case of police brutality that left Woodard blind from a police beating.

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Bob and Ray Tape 33 Track 1 | Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio | Audio The addition of 4 track tape machines has allowed The House of Toast shortened digitizing time. The tape in box 33 has no information other than the handwritten 1949 July - AugIf you have any information about this file please post it in the Bob and Ray For The Truly Desperate Forum.https://archive.org/details/bobandraytoaster?tab=forum

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RoguesGallery-46-05-09-046-Snowbound.ogg | Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio | Audio Blondes Prefer Gentlemen & SnowboundRogue's Gallery - Two File FixesOctober 4, 1945 - May 9, 1946These are the correct Rogue's Gallery episodes 'Blondes Prefer Gentlemen' and 'Snowbound' (the latter is also known as Ski Lodge, The Hermit Of The Hills, Mystery At The Ski Resort, or Target For Murder).  If you downloaded the OTRR Rogue's Gallery certified collection, Version 3.1 or Version 4, then what you may have are duplicate copies of Blood On The Sand and Anson Leeds Is Dead.To check if you have the correct files, here are the first lines of the body of the show for the two episodes on this page, as well as for the misnamed mp3 files:Blondes Prefer Gentlemen, correct file:"Rogue speaking.  Well, I've got a 'Man Bites Dog' title for my story tonight."Erroneous file (actually Blood On The Sand, not Blondes Prefer Gentlemen):"Rogue speaking.  Well I was suffering one of my regular attacks of rigor indolence last year, when I decided to commune with nature, in a gentle sort of way."Snowbound, correct file:"Rogue speaking.  Do you ever long for the bracing feel of the freezing wind on your face?"Erroneous file (actually Anson Leeds Is Dead, not Snowbound):"Rogue speaking.  Oh, first off, today being Thursday, and things being the way they are, I want to thank my Aunt Beulah for sending me those pork chops from Barlow, Kentucky."A text file of the first lines of each episode in the Rogue's Gallery collection can be found behind the TEXT link on this page.Little Drops of Rain:There is one other minor naming issue with the OTRR collection; it has to do with the file 'Rogue's Gallery 45-11-08 (018) Little Drops of Rain'.  Either the November 8th date is wrong, or the episode number is.If the November 8th date is correct, then this would be episode #021.  The episode that aired two weeks earlier, October 25th's 'Murder With Muriel', was episode 019, and the episode that aired the following week was November 15th's 'The House Of Fear', which was episode 022.If the episode #018 is correct, then the proper date for this episode would be October 18th.  Episode 017, 'Murder In Drawing Room A', aired on October 11th, and episode 019, 'Murder With Muriel', aired on October 25th.Which of these episode/date combinations is correct is open to debate, but it may be that the November 8th date was a typo, and the correct date was in fact October 18th, the natural location of episode #018.  Transposing a '1' and a '0' would have changed the file name from 45-10-18 to 45-11-08, resulting in the non-sequential Episode 018 / November 8th combination.On the other hand, one reliable independent internet source also lists the date as November 8th, while not giving an episode number.  Here's hoping that someone can weigh in with some more solid evidence as to the correct date and/or episode number.Links:To visit the OTRR's Rogue's Gallery page, click here.A list of Rogue's Gallery opening lines can be found behind the TEXT link on this page.Upper photograph of Dick Powell with Evelyn Keyes is from Johnny O'Clock (1947); lower photo of Powell and Micheline Cheirel is from Cornered (1945).  Full-size copies of both digitally restored photos can be found behind the JPEG link, courtesy of Doctor Macro.Text © 2019 W.H.Wilson

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Jack Benny's Golden Memories of Radio 6 LP boxed set from Longines Symphonette in the late 60's or early 70's (no date on package) hosted by Jack Benny and Frank Knight, this material focuses mainly on the 30's and 40's. All tracks have been processed with noise reduction software for surface noise and clicks & pops.

Update (2012-05-03): in response to several complaints about the difficulty of assembling 117 files, I have re-uploaded the album as twelve complete sides. Nothing has been changed other than that. My apologies to those who found it difficult to understand my numbering system. The track list has not been changed so the individual contents of each side can be previewed from that list.
Strange As It Seems (Old Time Radio) | Old Time Radio Show | Audio Strange As It Seems was a syndicated newspaper comic feature that brought the strange and curious facts to its readers. It was started in 1928, about 10 years after Ripley's Believe It or Not! which is more widely known at the time of this posting. The creator, John Hix, emphasized that all items that appeared were verified by three independent sources. These late 1930s recordings involve interesting narration and dramatized segments that make for good, light entertainment. These are tape transfers from the syndication discs made in the 1970s that have recently been digitized.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strange_as_It_Seems

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Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1951-1952 | Old Time Radio Show | Audio THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM


The Jack Benny Program aired from May 2, 1932 until June 22, 1958. The show was identified by different names based on the particular sponsor at the time. The Canada Dry Program was on the air from May 2, 1932 until October 26, 1932. It starred Jack Benny. The announcer was George Hicks with George Olsen and his wife Ethel Shutta providing music and vocals, and Jack's wife, Sadye Marks, as Mary Livingstone. The show moved over to CBS on October 30, 1932 to January 26, 1933. On CBS the music was provided by Ted Weems and his orchestra.

The next sponsor was General Motors and the program was called The Chevrolet Program. It aired on NBC from March 17, 1933 until April 1, 1934. The cast included Jack and Mary with singers James Melton in 1933 and Frank Parker from 1933 to 1934. The announcers were Howard Claney in 1933 and Alois Havrilla from 1933 to 1934. Music was supplied by Frank Black.

The program became The General Tire Show from April 6 to September 28, 1934. Joining Jack and Mary was Frank Parker, and Jack's long-time announcer Don Wilson was added. Music was performed by Don Bestor on the east coast and Jimmy Grier on the west coast.
The Jello Program was on the air from October 14, 1934 to May 31, 1942. The show started on the Blue Network until October 4, 1936, then moved to the Red Network thereafter. The cast included Jack and Mary with Don Wilson. Music was provided by Johnny Green in 1934 and 35 and then Phil Harris started in 1936. The program singers were first Michael Bartlett, then Kenny Baker from November 3, 1935, and finally Dennis Day joined the show on October 8, 1939. Eddie Anderson became a regular on June 20, 1937. The show was produced in Hollywood permanently starting in April of 1935.

Post became the next sponsor and the show was called The Grape Nuts and Grape Nuts Flakes Program. It aired on NBC and ran from October 4, 1942 until June 2, 1944. It starred the regular cast of Jack, Mary, Eddie, Dennis, Phil and Don.

Next came The Lucky Strike Program which aired on NBC from October 1, 1944 to December 26, 1948. The only change to the cast was Larry Stevens who flew in while Dennis Day was in the service.

Then on January 2, 1949, the program moved to CBS and it ran there until May 22, 1955. Bob Crosby replaced Phil Harris on September 14, 1952.
The Best of Benny, which were repeat broadcasts, aired on CBS from October 28, 1956 to June 22, 1958.

Jack's first appearance on the radio occurred while he was interviewed by Ed Sullivan. His first words over the microphone were "This is Jack Benny talking. There will be a slight pause while you say 'Who cares?'" This interview lead to the first radio contract with Canada Dry. This first program was mainly musical with George Olsen performing seven musical numbers and Jack was the master of ceremonies.

According to John Dunning, The Jack Benny Program evolved over time from its vaudeville roots to become the quintessential American radio comedy show. It was a jigsaw puzzle where pieces were added over the years. For four decades Jack played the part of a vain, miserly, argumentative skinflint. Others tried this approach, but were unable to sustain it.

Jack worked with Harry Conn to develop his character as well as the character of Mary Livingstone, which he had played by his wife. Mary Livingstone was a very sarcastic but well meaning friend to Jack. Sometimes she was presented as a date, sometimes as a love interest, but often she was just there. Her role changed from plot to plot and she never really was a steady girlfriend to Jack.

In 1933 Jack began arguing with his cast, adding another characteristic which led to less musical numbers and more comedy. In April of 1934 Don Wilson was added to the program and Don was Jack's announcer all the way up to the end of the TV show in 1965. He was a target of Jack's jokes mostly about his weight even though he was never really overweight. The next piece added was when Phil Harris joined the show in 1936. Phil's character was a skirt chasing, arrogant, hip-talking band leader who constantly put Jack down. He is remembered for referring to Jack as Jackson.

Then came Eddie Anderson who started playing the part of a train porter and then joined the cast as a regular as Rochester in June of 1937, as Benny's personal valet. Early in the show's run he often talked about gambling or going out with women, but later he just generally complained about his lack of salary.

The last piece of the puzzle was supplied by the arrival of Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty. McNulty is better known as Dennis Day. Dennis was always in his early twenties no matter how old he actually was. His character was sweet but not very bright. One of the few memorable aspects of the program was the fifteen year feud with fellow radio actor Fred Allen. In one occasion when ratings were falling "The I Can't Stand Jack Benny Because -" contest was run, which boosted ratings right back up.

Benjamin Kubelsky, who we know and love as Jack Benny, truly is a national treasure. So take the time to listen to some great, wholesome comedy that all the family can enjoy.

This synopsis was adapted from John Dunning's The Encyclopedia of Old Time Radio.

These are episodes from the 1951-1952 season.
This page is one of a set of individual OTRR "Jack Benny - Single Episode" pages:
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1932-1934
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1934-1935
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1935-1936
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1936-1937
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1937-1938
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1938-1939
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1939-1940
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1940-1941
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1941-1942
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1942-1943
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1943-1944
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1944-1945
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1945-1946
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1946-1947
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1947-1948
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1948-1949
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1949-1950
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1950-1951
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1951-1952
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1952-1953
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1953-1954
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - 1954-1955
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - As A Guest Star #1
Jack Benny - Single Episodes - As A Guest Star #2

The episodes on the pages above and much, much more can be found at The Jack Benny Program.




From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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Horror Collection | Old Time Radio Show | Audio 10 horror episodes from various old time radio shows.

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The Roy Rogers Show - Old Time Radio | Old Time Radio Show | Audio Roy Rogers, was a singer and cowboy actor. He and his wife Dale Evans, his golden palomino Trigger, and his German shepherd Bullet were featured in over one hundred movies and The Roy Rogers Show ran on radio for nine years before moving to television from 1951 through 1964.

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