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April 20, 2018
 
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Old Time Radio
Volume 29
 
Audio Clip
 
Radio Preservation has always been at the core of Radio Archives. This exciting series is derived from our massive collection of thirty thousand radio shows from 16" transcription discs and fifty thousand shows from low generation reels.
 
This 20 hour collection includes shows from the classic days of Radio. You'll find rare and obscure as well as mainstream radio shows from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s in the Radio Archives Treasures sets.
 
These shows have all been restored with state-of-the-art CEDAR technology - the audio processing system used by major recording companies to restore older recordings. We expect the shows to be the best sounding copies available anywhere.
 
Radio Archives Treasures are available as MP3 digital downloads or Audio CDs, restored to sparkling digital quality.
 
CD #1
The Ford Theatre
The Horn Blows at Midnight
Friday, March 4, 1949 - 60:00 - CBS - Ford Motor commercials
 
CD #2
The Bing Crosby Show
Guests Abe Burrows and Peggy Lee
Wednesday, September 21, 1949 - 30:00 - CBS - Chesterfield cigarette commercials
 
The Bing Crosby Show
Guest Judy Garland
Wednesday, October 5, 1949 - 30:00 - CBS - Chesterfield cigarette commercials
 
CD #3
Maxwell House Coffee Time
Model Agency
Thursday, February 1, 1945 - 30:00 - NBC - Maxwell House Coffee commercials
 
Maxwell House Coffee Time
Potential Murder Suspect
Thursday, February 22, 1945 - 30:00 - NBC - Maxwell House Coffee commercials
 
CD #4
The Passing Parade
#41
December 1936 - 15:00 - DuArt Cream Of Milk
 
The Passing Parade
#42
December 1936 - 15:00 - DuArt Cream Of Milk
 
The Passing Parade
#44
1937 - 15:00 - DuArt Cream Of Milk
 
The Passing Parade
#45
1937 - 15:00 - DuArt Cream Of Milk
 
CD #5
The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre
Bob Burns, Busby Berkeley, George Raft
Sunday, April 2, 1939 - 30:00 - CBS - Gulf Gasoline commercials
 
The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre
The Petrified Forest
Sunday, January 7, 1940 - 30:00 - CBS - Gulf Gasoline commercials
 
CD #6
The Black Museum
The Scarf
1952 - 30:00 - MGM Radio Attraction - No commercials
 
The Black Museum
The Blue .22
1952 - 30:00 - MGM Radio Attraction - No commercials
 
CD #7
One Night Stand
#256 Ted Fiorino and His Orchestra
Wednesday, April 12, 1944 - 30:00 - AFRS - No commercials
 
One Night Stand
#582 Cootie Williams
Monday, February 12, 1945 - 30:00 - AFRS - No commercials
 
CD #8
The Lux Radio Theatre
#299 Cheers for Miss Bishop
Monday, March 17, 1941 - 60:00 - CBS - Lux Commercials
 
CD #9
Your Hit Parade
Rehearsal #1 Song White Christmas
Monday, December 7, 1942 - 60:00 - CBS - Lucky Strike cigarettes commercials
 
CD #10
The Chase
Iron Curtain Express
Sunday, October 26, 1952 - 30:00 - NBC - Sustaining no commercials
 
The Chase
The Fortune Hunter
Sunday, January 4, 1953 - 30:00 - NBC - Sustaining no commercials
 
CD #11
The Comic Weekly Man
#298
Sunday, January 4, 1953 - 30:00 - Hearst syndication - No commercials
 
The Comic Weekly Man
#299
Sunday, January 11, 1953 - 30:00 - Hearst syndication - No commercials
 
CD #12
The General Store
#49 Clock Strikes Thirteen
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#50 Mexican Jumping Beans
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#51 Dresses for the Lawn Social
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#52 Checkroom Store
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#53 Obi Swallows a Goldfish
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#54 Saving a Goldfish's Life
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#55 Angry Crowd Comes to Sale
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#56 Poems for the Window
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#57 Layf's Cigar Splicer
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#58 A Mouse at Midnight
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#59 Wild West Days, Branding Obi
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#60 Obi Throws a Lariat
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#61 Obi Becomes a Cat
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#62 Layf Learns Hypnotism
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#63 Duck Season Opens
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
The General Store
#64 Appointed to Entertainment Committee
1930s - 3:30 - Broadcasters Program Syndicate - No commercials
 
CD #13
The Lucky Strike Hour
Special Agent Five 'The Shipwreckers'
Tuesday, December 6, 1932 - 60:00 - NBC - Lucky Strike cigarettes commercials
 
CD #14
The Man on The Farm
#290
Saturday, August 23, 1947 - 30:00 - Syndicated - Quaker Oats - Ful-O-Pep Feeds commercials
 
The Man on The Farm
#291
Saturday, August 30, 1947 - 30:00 - Syndicated - Quaker Oats - Ful-O-Pep Feeds commercials
 
CD #15
Chesterfield Time With Paul Whiteman
Anything Goes
Wednesday, November 8, 1939 - 30:00 - CBS - Chesterfield cigarette commercials
 
Chesterfield Time With Paul Whiteman
Who Cares
Wednesday, November 15, 1939 - 30:00 - CBS - Chesterfield cigarette commercials
 
CD #16
The Cavalcade of America
#205 The Undefended Border
Wednesday, December 18, 1940 - 30:00 - Red - DuPont Chemical Company commercials excised
 
The Cavalcade of America
#209 As a Man Thinketh
Wednesday, January 15, 1941 - 30:00 - Red - DuPont Chemical Company commercials excised
 
CD #17
Comedy Stars of Broadway
#1C
1937 - 15:00 - Syndicated - Alka Seltzer commercials
 
Comedy Stars of Broadway
#2C
1937 - 15:00 - Syndicated - Alka Seltzer commercials
 
Comedy Stars of Broadway
#3C
1937 - 15:00 - Syndicated - Alka Seltzer commercials
 
Comedy Stars of Broadway
#4C
1937 - 15:00 - Syndicated - Alka Seltzer commercials
 
CD #18
The Blue Beetle
#37 Two Rackets in One Part 1
Wednesday, August 7, 1940 - 15:00 - Fox Features syndication - No commercials
 
The Blue Beetle
#38 Two Rackets in One Part 2
Friday, August 9, 1940 - 15:00 - Fox Features syndication - No commercials
 
The Blue Beetle
#39 The Underworld Goes Underground Part 1
Wednesday, August 14, 1940 - 15:00 - Fox Features syndication - No commercials
 
The Blue Beetle
#40 The Underworld Goes Underground Part 2
Friday, August 16, 1940 - 15:00 - Fox Features syndication - No commercials
 
CD #19
The Guy Lombardo Show
#1 Cecilla
1948 - 30:00 - Ziv Syndication - No commercials
 
The Guy Lombardo Show
#2 As Sweet as You
1948 - 30:00 - Ziv Syndication - No commercials
 
CD #20
Dude Martin's Radio Rancho
With Rusty Draper
Sunday, January 5, 1947 - 30:00 - ABC - Sustaining no commercials
 
Dude Martin's Sunrise Roundup
Loaded Pistols and Loaded Dice
Wednesday, February 11, 1948 - 30:00 - KGO San Francisco - Sustaining no commercials
 
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Audiobooks
G-8 and His Battle Aces #8 Audiobook
The Invisible Staffel
by Robert J. Hogan
Read by Nick Santa Maria
 
 
They called G-8 the Flying Spy. History never recorded his exploits—and for good reason! No one would ever believe World War I was that wild!
 
Ghost planes terrified the Front. Strange ships of death, all men could see were their dim outlines. Sky showed through their fuselages — their wings were transparent air — yet from their invisible guns death bullets spouted, nailing Yank pilots into murder cockpits. What were these weird ships? How could G-8 and his pals dare fight an invisible staffel?
 
In the late 1920s, Pulp magazines of all kinds were in the hands of millions of readers. With the country tightly in the grip of the Depression, people of all sorts were seeking some way to escape and Pulp magazines were cheap and widely available in nearly every genre imaginable. One specific type of story blazed to popularity and, oddly enough, this particular genre took a look back at the past, at aviation during World War One.
 
Amidst a flurry of flight themed magazines in the late 1920s into the early 1930s, Popular Publications’ President Harry Steeger looked to throw his company into the mix of highflying heroes, hero being a key word there. Thanks to the popularity of such characters as Doc Savage and The Shadow, Steeger wanted to create a pilot character that stood out from the other flyboys in Pulp, one that was as much over the top hero as he was a flyer. From that desire and discussions primarily with author Robert J. Hogan, G-8 and His Battle Aces was born.
 
G-8 changed the face of Aviation Pulp forever. Steeger allowed Hogan to not only put him in the fictional skies, but also to create spectacular, even supernatural enemies for the Battle Aces to protect the world against.
 
Nick Santa Maria brings G-8, Nippy and Bull to thrilling life in their desperate struggle to defeat a strange nemesis unlike anything they have ever before encountered in The Invisible Staffel. Originally published in the May, 1934 issue of G-8 and His Battle Aces magazine.
 
Nick DeGregorio composed the music for the G-8 and His Battle Aces series of audiobooks.
 
5 hours - $9.99 Download / $19.98 Audio CDs
 
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eBooks
Radio Archives Pulp Classics
Volume 9
by Arthur Leo Zagat
 
“Doc” Turner was one of the least likely heroes that appeared in the pulp magazine stories. He was a little old pharmacist who ran a drug store in the slums of New York, where just about everyone came to him when they had problems. Oh, and what problems they had! Werewolves and vampires mixed in with extortionists and gangsters. And solve their problems he did, with the aid of his strapping red-headed assistant, mechanic Jack Ransom, and his young stock boy Abe Ginsberg.
 
These short stories appeared in the back pages of The Spider magazine, a grand total of 70 of them. Every single one can be found in this collection; not a one is missing.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Introduction
 
Bargain Counter Corpse
from the October 1941 issue of the Spider magazine
Doc Turner, grizzled savior of Morris Street, was helpless in his attempt to strangle Manhattan’s newest racket — until Murder advertised a special Bargain Day in Corpses!
 
Satan’s Evening Star
from the December 1941 issue of the Spider magazine
Although young Jack Ransom had seen his venerable companion Doc Turner face sudden death without quailing, he never knew the Patriarch of the Slums to surrender, unresisting, to a man who was admittedly the very personification of evil!... One of Doc Turner’s most exciting adventures!
 
The Dolls From Hell
from the February 1942 issue of the Spider magazine
Surely, thought young Jack Ransom, the ancient patriarch of Morris Street had gone mad! Hadn’t Jack seen old Doc Turner place the death-dolls in his drug store window? And hadn’t he heard the beloved druggist utter the words that allied him with a mass-murderer?
 
Corpses Pay Dividends
from the April 1942 issue of the Spider magazine
Honey Morse, glamorous night club star, went back to the slums to warn old Doc Turner of a new and vicious plot against his beloved people. But a killer’s gun killed her in Doc’s arms — as she uttered just one word!
 
The Claws Of Shari
from the June 1942 issue of the Spider magazine
No one could explain the giant cat which stalked the darkened alleyways of the slums, killing human beings relentlessly and without reason. So old Doc Turner, protector of the poor, went on the warpath — even though he suspected a menace as ghastly as the dreaded were-wolf of yore!
 
Death Goes to a Picnic
from the August 1942 issue of the Spider magazine
Two large buses, and a station wagon driven by Jack Ransom, drove away from Manhattan’s slums loaded with laughing youngsters bound for their one joyous day in the country. But the station wagon did not return — and old Doc Turner knew that he should have played that fleeting hunch. For now, in an unknown spot, and in an unknown manner — Death was closing in on those pitiful kids!
 
Satan Has Little Teeth!
from the October 1942 issue of the Spider magazine
Old Doc Turner was afraid — because he knew the reason for those wrecked war trucks — because he knew the ghastly meaning of those insidious little teeth marks. He was afraid because he knew more than it was good for a human to know.
 
Death with a Dog’s Face
from the December 1942 issue of the Spider magazine
Old Doc Turner was treading on dangerous ground when he learned the closely guarded secrets of the agents of Axis-conquered nations. And, when he acted on that knowledge, he doomed himself to the curse of the dog-faced assassin!
 
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want. $3.99
 
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$1.99
 
 
 
Pulp Book Store
 
War Game
by George Bruce
Death and the agents of a foreign power hover over the U.S. Fleet as the Navy birdmen hold maneuvers in the Pacific Ocean—and a kid in Minnesota picks a mystery message from the air that saves the life of pilot Lars Stewart and averts a war.
 

O’Leary’s Last Supper

by Arthur Guy Empey
Up from the dead rose the Black Roc, Emperor of the Skies, to groom O’Leary for a cockpit in Hell—and the mighty Mick flashed toward his doom, speeded by the traitor words that swell his Irish heart—”One For All and All For One.”
 

The Kansas Comet

by William E. Barrett
He had hit the Hobo Trail at fourteen, had Jerry Malone; he knew boom towns, had raced motocycles and made parachute jumps with a half-mad balloonist. It is no wonder all the beards in France stood straight up with amazement whn Jerry showed Le Commandant how to whip the stick of a Nieuport.
 
7×10
112 pages
Cover Artist: Rudolph Belarski
Adventure House Pulp Replica
Published: 11/17
 
Pulp Replica $14.95
 
 
Transcription Discs
During radio's "Golden Age", most programs were aired live, rather than prerecorded. Luckily, many were recorded while they were being broadcast — sometimes so a sponsor, a producer, a director, or a performer could listen to them later, other times for legal purposes. Most were recorded onto 16" records, called electrical transcriptions or Transcription Discs. With the introduction of audio tape in the 1950s, transcriptions gradually became a thing of the past, with many being discarded in large quantities. As a result, with the passing of the years, they have become increasingly rare and hard to find.
 
Though it does take special equipment to play such a large record, many radio enthusiasts collect them. Some people are interested solely in discs from a favorite series, while others just like to own a few rare and high-quality transcription recordings to frame and hang on their wall.
 
Buying transcription discs has always been difficult whether it is finding them, bidding against others in an auction, watching the price quadruple in the last few seconds, or not knowing the quality of the seller or the discs. That has all changed. When you see a transcription disc on Radio Archives that you want to buy, add it to the shopping cart and we will ship it to you the same day. Our flat rate postage of only $4.00 for US orders can save you a lot of money on these heavy discs. Radio Archives has handled 30,000 transcription discs over the last 18 years and we know how to ship them safely.
 
Add the transcription discs you want to purchase to the shopping cart along with Old Time Radio CDs, Audiobooks, or Pulps that you want for a low $4 flat rate postage for everything in your order.
 
 
A selection of transcription discs that don't have enough discs to have their own category. The discs have the Show and episode information so you can find your favorites quickly. Watch this category grow in the future.
 

 
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Take a look at all 8 of the Bargain Basement categories. Lots of great deals this week in the Bargain Basement.
 
 
 

Comments From Our Customers!
 
Joseph Baneth Allen‎ Reviews The Spider #55 - City Of Whispering Death
With newly elected government officials installed into office in New York City who ran on a platform on eliminating protection rackets and all other criminal activity in the city, you would think that Richard Wentworth - who is in reality that terrorizing bane of the criminal underworld known as The Spider - could actually be inching towards retirement and a life of contented bliss with his one true love Nita.
 
Enter "The Whisper" - an unknown criminal mastermind who people only hear before death strikes! The Whisper is intent on silencing all opposition to criminal activities and anyone who testifies against criminals and/or threatens to reveal his activities dies a rather grisly death by an unseen force, or they are kidnapped and tortured to death.
Master chronicler of The Spider's adventures, Norvell W. Page, penned this tense and taunt tale, which finds Richard Wentworth having to break out of prison when it seems that the evidence that he is The Spider seems irrefutable. There is also a rather curious incident in which The Spider actually reveals to someone the secret of The Seal Of The Spider - don't worry, that person suffers the same fate of all the criminals who learn any secret of The Spider - death.
 
Nick Santa Maria gives another outstanding performance as he brings this latest adventure of The Spider to life.
Highly Recommended! Five Stars!
 
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